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Transition Tales

Author : Jessie Darlington
ISBN : 150439495X
Genre : Fiction
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Sometimes a story can open a door to a new way of perceiving the world. We build a culture with the stories we tell. At this moment in our history we need to share new stories. We also need to retell old ones that carry essential wisdom from the past.

Supermom Wonderwife

Author : Beverly Kalinin
ISBN : UCAL:B4431281
Genre : Married women
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Fairy Tales And Feminism

Author : Donald Haase
ISBN : 0814330304
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Responding to thirty years of feminist fairy-tale scholarship, this book breaks new ground by rethinking important questions, advocating innovative approaches, and introducing woman-centered texts and traditions that have been ignored for too long.

Tales For Change

Author : Margaret Parkin
ISBN : 9780749461034
Genre : Business & Economics
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storytelling is not just the province of children, stories can be used to re-frame and re-size problems and provide useful metaphors for the boardroom, office and individual. Showing you how and when to use stories to maximum effect, Tales for Change will immediately help managers, trainers, educators and coaches to reinforce key messages or stimulate fresh thinking. The book includes 50 tried and tested tales that can be used in a change management context. These tales can be used to communicate ideas, aid memorable learning, encourage brainstorming sessions, develop training and reflection as well as help those involved to cope with the stress of change, increase emotional intelligence levels and increase creativity.

Tales From School

Author : Rod Wills
ISBN : 9789462098930
Genre : Education
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This is a book about the struggle of many New Zealand families to have their children with learning disabilities included in local community schools. It reviews the influences in the post war period that shaped the state response to the right of all children to attend school. Reflections from both education policy makers and parents of that time are included. The book also examines the more recent impact of neoliberal politics on education policy and the consequences experienced by families with school-aged children with disabilities who may well become ‘collateral damage in the enterprise of improving schools.’ After examining the families’ experience the book asks how inclusion can be fostered in schools and classrooms? Practitioners and academics present research findings that indicate alternative ways of thinking and acting that attest to more ethical and humane responses to human difference. Citizens, school personnel, politicians and policy makers should be challenged by the tales from school arising from attempts to achieve a ‘world class, inclusive education system.’ Cover photograph by Rod Wills, “Oratia District School”

Tales Of The Quantum

Author : Art Hobson
ISBN : 9780199384242
Genre : Science
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Everybody has heard that we live in a world made of atoms. But far more fundamentally, we live in a universe made of quanta. Many things are not made of atoms: light, radio waves, electric current, magnetic fields, Earth's gravitational field, not to mention exotica such a neutron stars, black holes, dark energy, and dark matter. But everything, including atoms, is made of highly unified or "coherent" bundles of energy called "quanta" that (like everything else) obey certain rules. In the case of the quantum, these rules are called "quantum physics." This is a book about quanta and their unexpected, some would say peculiar, behavior--tales, if you will, of the quantum. The quantum has developed the reputation of being capricious, bewildering, even impossible to understand. The peculiar habits of quanta are certainly not what we would have expected to find at the foundation of physical reality, but these habits are not necessarily bewildering and not at all impossible or paradoxical. This book explains those habits--the quantum rules--in everyday language, without mathematics or unnecessary technicalities. While most popular books about quantum physics follow the topic's scientific history from 1900 to today, this book follows the phenomena: wave-particle duality, fundamental randomness, quantum states, superpositions (being in two places at once), entanglement, non-locality, Schrodinger's cat, and quantum jumps, and presents the history and the scientists only to the extent that they illuminate the phenomena.

Tales Of Judgment Transition

Author : Paul Roberts
ISBN : UOM:39015019480808
Genre : Theology
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Tranny Tales

Author : Shannon Weckman
ISBN : 0983130906
Genre : Medical
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"Tranny Tales: Personal Stories of Gender Transition" is a unique collection of stories about what it's like to be conflicted about gender, why people change their bodies in order to reflect a different gender identity and what happens to them once they do this. "Tranny Tales" gives voice to an often-misunderstood population. You will hear, through very personal and diverse accounts, the multitude of experiences and attitudes that shape the transgender population. And, through photos, you will be able to see what a transition can look like. "Tranny Tales" is a resource guide both for people who have had gender conflicts themselves as well as for those who are seeking to understand what transgenderism is about from the inside out.

The Hero In Transition

Author : Ray Broadus Browne
ISBN : 087972238X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An investigation of society’s heroes during any time period will reveal the personnel deemed worthy of being emulated at that particular time by that particular society. There will be many old and time-tested figures, sometimes with new faces and new profiles; there will also be a mix of new faces. Thus the hero—like history itself—is constantly in transition, and both the hero and the transition are fundamental to the study of a culture. These essays turn the pantheon of heroes around before our eyes and reveal the many complicated aspects of hero worship.

Tales Of Neveryon

Author : Samuel R. Delany
ISBN : 9780575119239
Genre : Fiction
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Five inter-connected stories set in a mythical past focus on the experiences of the slave Gorgik and deal with aspects of the beginning of civilization. Contents: "The Tale of Gorgik" "The Tale of Old Venn" "The Tale of Small Sarg" "The Tale of Potters and Dragons" "The Tale of Dragons and Dreamers."

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