Inside Out and Outside in

Psychodynamic Clinical Theory and Psychopathology in Contemporary Multicultural Contexts

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Author: Joan Berzoff,Laura Melano Flanagan,Patricia Hertz

Publisher: Jason Aronson

ISBN: 9780765704320

Category: Psychology

Page: 465

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Suitable for mental health practitioners in a variety of disciplines, this work reflects the theory and clinical practice. It offers chapters, on attachment, relational, and intersubjective theories, respectively, as well as on trauma.

Outside in the Teaching Machine

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Author: Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135070571

Category: Education

Page: 375

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Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak is one of the most pre-eminent postcolonial theorists writing today and a scholar of genuinely global reputation. This collection, first published in 1993, presents some of Spivak’s most engaging essays on works of literature such as Salman Rushdie's controversial Satanic Verses, and twentieth century thinkers such as Jacques Derrida and Karl Marx. Spivak relentlessly questions and deconstructs power structures where ever they operate. In doing so, she provides a voice for those who can not speak, proving that the true work of resistance takes place in the margins, Outside in the Teaching Machine.

Outside In

Marginality in the Modern Middle East

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Author: Eugene Rogan,European Science Foundation

Publisher: I.B.Tauris

ISBN: 9781860646980

Category: History

Page: 263

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The contributors to this book explore the boundaries of what constituted marginality in the eastern Mediterranean and how the notion of marginality changed with time. The essays view the individual in the context of his or her society within a specific time frame. With studies in Tunisia, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Ottoman Istanbul, and Salonica, the collection covers the breadth of the Mediterranean Muslim world. Most of the essays concentrate on the 19th and 20th centuries, and are organized around four broad themes: prohibitions, institutions, port cities, and performers.

Outside in the Interior

An Adventure Guide for Central Alaska : More Than 50 Hikes, Bikes, Skis, Strolls and Floats for All Levels of Outdoor Enthusiasts

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Author: Kyle Joly

Publisher: University of Alaska Press

ISBN: 1889963992

Category: Travel

Page: 242

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A recreation guide to interior Alaska featuring more than fifty hike, bikes, skis, and floats. Each trail is described with a map and information on distance, duration, difficulty, highest elevation, sights, and directions.

Bringing the Outside in

Visual Ways to Engage Reluctant Readers

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Author: Sara B. Kajder

Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

ISBN: 1571104011

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 105

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Demonstrates ways to use students' outside talents in the classroom, shows how to adapt the curriculum incorporating visual aspects of literacy, and offers guidance on expanding teaching strategies with digital storytelling, wikis, and blogs.

Outside In

The Architecture of Smith and Williams

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Author: Jocelyn Gibbs,Debi Howell-Ardila,Anthony Denzer,Lilian Pfaff,Alan Hess

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 1606064517

Category: Architecture

Page: 192

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From 1946 to 1973, Whitney Rowland Smith and his partner, Wayne Williams, designed more than 800 projects, from residential, commercial, and public buildings to housing tracts, multi-use complexes, and parks and master plans for cities. Working in the wake of the first generation of avant-garde architects in Southern California and riding the postwar building boom, their firm, Smith and Williams, developed a pragmatic modernism that, through remarkable planning and design, integrated landscapes with buildings and decisively shaped the modern vocabulary of architecture in Los Angeles. Through a breathtaking array of images, Outside In unveils the core of Smith and Williams’s architectural practice. Their most influential designs, the authors show, are compositions of balanced opposites: shelter and openness, private and public, restraint and exuberance, light and shadow. Smith and Williams created spaciousness in their buildings by layering spaces and manipulating the relationship between structure and landscape. This spaciousness expressed modern ideas about the relationship of architecture to environment, of building to site, and, ultimately, of outside to in.

Outside In

Minorities and the Transformation of American Education

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Author: Paula S. Fass

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195361209

Category: History

Page: 336

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Ever since the massive immigration from Europe of the late 19th century, American society has accommodated people of many cultures, religions, languages, and expectations. The task of integration has increasingly fallen to the schools, where children are taught a common language and a set of democratic values and sent on their ways to become productive members of society. How American schools have set about educating these diverse students, and how these students' needs have altered the face of education, are issues central to the social history of the United States in the 20th century. In her pathbreaking new book Paula S. Fass presents a wide ranging examination of the role of "outsiders" in the creation of modern education. Through a series of in-depth and fascinating case studies, she demonstrates how issues of pluralism have shaped the educational landscape and how various minority groups have been affected by their educational experiences. Fass first looks at how public schools absorbed the children of immigrants in the early years of the century and how those children gradually began to use the schools for their own social purposes. She then turns to the experiences of other groups of Americans whose struggles for educational and social opportunities have defined cultural life over the last fifty years: blacks, whose education became a major concern of the federal government in the 1930s and 1940s; women, who had access to higher education but were denied commensurate job opportunities; and Catholics, who created schools that succeeded both in protecting minority integrity and in providing Catholics with a path to American success. Along the way, she presents a wealth of fascinating and surprising detail. Through an examination of New York City high school yearbooks from the 1930s and 1940s, she shows how a student's ethnic identity determined which activities he or she would engage in and how ethnicity was etched into schooling. And she examines how the New Deal and the army in World War II succeeded in educating large numbers of blacks and making the inequalities in their educational opportunities a critical national concern. A sweeping and highly original history of American education, Outside In helps us to understand how schools have been shaped by their students, how educational issues have merged with wider social concerns, and how outsiders have recreated schooling and culture in the 20th century. By opening up new historical terrain and rejecting a vision of outsiders as merely victims of American educational policy, the book has important implications for contemporary social and educational issues.

Outside In

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Author: Doug Cooper

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 1626340056

Category: Fiction

Page: 264

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International Book Award, USA Book News Award and IPPY Award Winner! From Memorial Day until the student workers and tourists leave in the fall, the island community of Put-In-Bay, Ohio, thrives on alcohol, drugs, sexual experimentation, and any other means of forgetting responsibilities. To Brad Shepherd—recently forced out of his job as a junior high math teacher after the overdose death of a student—it’s exactly the kind of place he’s looking for. Allured by the comfort and acceptance of the hedonistic atmosphere, Brad trades his academic responsibilities and sense of obligation for a bouncer’s flashlight and a pursuit of the endless summer. With Cinch Stevens, his new best friend and local drug dealer, at his side, Brad becomes lost in a haze of excess and instant gratification filled with romantic conquests, late-night excursions to special island hideaways, and a growing drug habit. Not even the hope from a blossoming relationship with Astrid, a bold and radiant Norwegian waitress, nor the mentoring from a mysterious mandolin player named Caldwell is enough to pull him out of his downward spiral. But as Labor Day approaches, the grim reality of his empty quest consumes him. With nowhere left to run or hide, Brad must accept that identity cannot be found or fabricated, but emerges from within when one has the courage to let go. A look at one man's belated coming of age that's equally funny, earnest, romantic, and lamenting, Doug Cooper’s debut novel explores the modern search for responsibility and identity, showing through the eyes of Brad Shepherd how sometimes, we can only come to understand who we truly are by becoming the person we’re not.

Outside in

The Power of Putting Customers at the Center of Your Business

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Author: Harley Manning,Kerry Bodine,Josh Bernoff

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0547913982

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 260

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Two research analysts describe how companies can truly understand the real needs of their customers by seeing a business through their eyes and enforcing the concept of “customer service” through every facet of the company, from finance to legal to marketing.

Outside In

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Author: Peter Hain

Publisher: Biteback Publishing

ISBN: 1849542988

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 480

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Peter Hain has always spoken his mind. So he does in this book. Here he tells his story as an outsider turned insider: anti-apartheid militant to Cabinet minister, serving twelve years in Labour's government between May 1997 and May 2010. Growing up as the son of courageous anti-apartheid South Africans, Peter Hain was first in the public eye aged fifteen, reading at the funeral of an anti-apartheid friend hanged in Pretoria. Living in exile in Britain during his late teens, he led campaigns to disrupt whites-only South African sports tours. His political notoriety resulted in two extraordinary Old Bailey trials and a letter bomb. Hain recalls his role in negotiating the historic 2007 settlement in Northern Ireland, being Britain's first-ever African born Africa Minister, and acting as a passionate advocate and deliverer of devolved government to Wales. Featuring Iraq, Mugabe, Europe, Gibraltar, blood diamonds, work alongside MI5 and MI6, and the delivery of justice for workers robbed of their pensions and compensation for sick miners, Hain's autobiography gives a fascinating insight into life near the top of the Blair and Brown governments.