Work! Consume! Die!

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Work! Consume! Die!

Work! Consume! Die!

  • Author: Frankie Boyle
  • Publisher: HarperCollins UK
  • ISBN: 000742681X
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 336
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Brace yourself for Frankie’s novel, he’s more outspoken and brilliantly inappropriate than ever.

Pilgrimage To Nothing

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Pilgrimage To Nothing

Pilgrimage To Nothing

  • Author: Jonathon Whiting
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1469180243
  • Category:
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Ordinary Lives

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Ordinary Lives

Ordinary Lives

Studies in the Everyday

  • Author: Ben Highmore
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1136905243
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 208
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This new study from Ben Highmore looks at the seemingly banal world of objects, work, daily media, and food, and finds there a scintillating array of passionate experience. Through a series of case studies, and building on his previous work on the everyday, Highmore examines our relationship to familiar objects (a favourite chair), repetitive work (housework, typing), media (distracted television viewing and radio listening) and food (specifically the food of multicultural Britain). A chair allows him to consider the history of flat-pack furniture as well as the lively presence of inorganic ‘stuff’ in our daily lives. Distracted television watching and radio listening becomes one of the preconditions for experiencing wonder through the media. Ordinary Lives links the concrete study of routine existence to theoretical reflection on everyday life. The book discusses philosophers such as Jacques Rancière, William James and David Hume and combines them with autobiographical testimonies, historical research and the analysis of popular culture to investigate the minutiae of day-to-day life. Highmore argues that aesthetic experience is embedded in the mundane sensory world of everyday life. He asks the reader to reconsider the negative associations of habit and routine, focusing specifically on the intrinsic ambiguity of habit (habit, we find out, is both rigid and adaptive). Rather than ask ‘what does everyday life mean?’ this book asks ‘what does everyday life feel like and how do our sensual, emotional and temporal experiences interconnect and intersect?’ Ordinary Lives is an accessible, animated and engaging book that is ideally suited to both students and researchers working in cultural studies, media and communication and sociology.

Gay Men’s Working Lives, Retirement and Old Age

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Gay Men’s Working Lives, Retirement and Old Age

Gay Men’s Working Lives, Retirement and Old Age

  • Author: Peter Robinson
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 1137435321
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 291
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This book examines the working lives, retirement plans, and old age experiences of three generations of gay men born 1924–86. It draws on data collected from interviews with 82 men in Australia, England, New Zealand, and USA. The first half of the book concentrates on the men’s working lives, while the second half of the book explores the interviewees’ concerns about old age and retirement. The author analyses the men’s contrasting stories, highlighting key generational differences in their experience of being ‘out’ in the workplace and the dominant work narratives which emerge in each age group. This important work will have cross-disciplinary appeal to scholars of sociology, gerontology, health sciences, gender, queer, and gay and lesbian studies, as well as practitioners.

An Ancient Path

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An Ancient Path

An Ancient Path

Talks on Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka

  • Author: Paul Fleischman
  • Publisher: Pariyatti Publishing
  • ISBN: 1928706541
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 192
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A collection of talks given by Dr. Paul Fleischman on Vipassana meditation as taught by S.N. Goenka, these selections explore subjects such as mental health, mindfulness, and cultivating inner peace. They were given to diverse audiences across the world in locations including Boston, Madrid, Vienna, and Dublin. These talks are a valuable introduction to Vipassana meditation, as well as an inspiring resource for those who are already practicing.

Rebels at Work

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Rebels at Work

Rebels at Work

A Handbook for Leading Change from Within

  • Author: Lois Kelly,Carmen Medina,Debra Cameron
  • Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
  • ISBN: 1491903937
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 182
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Struggling to make changes at work or convince management to take action? Ready to challenge conventional thinking or introduce a new idea, but worried about being viewed as a troublemaker or getting in way over your head? Rebels At Work provides concrete ideas, techniques and advice on how to refine your thinking, improve your approach to work, and manage yourself so you can achieve more and stay sane and optimistic in the process. Authors Lois Kelly and Carmen Medina -- successful and occasionally wildly unsuccessful rebels themselves, Lois at marketing agencies, Carmen at the CIA -- reveal ways to navigate corporate politics, frame and communicate ideas, deal with controversy, avoid common mistakes, and manage yourself so you know when and how to keep pushing and when to quit.

Salt and Light

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Salt and Light

Salt and Light

The Commandments, the Beatitudes, and a Joyful Life

  • Author: Mark Shea
  • Publisher: Franciscan Media
  • ISBN: 1616364963
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 157
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Salt and Light offers a fresh perspective on the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes, showing how these two pillars of Christian moral teaching complement each other. The Ten Commandments are the "ground floor," providing the bare minimum contours of the moral life. The Beatitudes, by contrast, point us to a way we can live our lives as creatures intended to share in the life of God. Mark Shea, in his engaging style, introduces the modern reader (who often thinks of the moral life as a list of dos and don'ts) to a fuller grasp of Catholic moral teaching as part of the process of being transformed by the Holy Spirit and living joyfully in virtue, not merely as a rule keeper. Salt and Light reveals the commandments as showing us our brokenness and pushing us toward the Savior—and then points the reader to the way to ultimate happiness: our beatitude. This book is an excellent companion volume to The Work of Mercy, which examines the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, and is a rich exploration of the Church's moral and social teaching.

Contaminated Samples

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Contaminated Samples

Contaminated Samples

  • Author: Frankie Boyle
  • Publisher: Harper Collins
  • ISBN: 0007560826
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 35
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A free sampler containing the outrageous first chapters from Frankie’s three books My Shit Life So Far, Work! Consume! Die! and Scotland’s Jesus. Perfect for when you want to feel deeply offended.

A Man's Guide to a Nursing Career

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A Man's Guide to a Nursing Career

A Man's Guide to a Nursing Career

  • Author: Chad O'Lynn, RN, PhD
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
  • ISBN: 0826106862
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 232
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Named a 2013 PROSE Award Honorable Mention in Nursing and Allied Health Sciences Winner of the Dr. Gene Tranbarger Writing Award from the American Assembly for Men in Nursing "Though O'Lynn emphasizes a male perspective on becoming a nurse, this book should be required reading for anyone thinking about entering the nursing profession....The section on nursing education from the perspective of both students and instructors is worth the price of the book....Highly recommended."--Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries “I love this book. It has inspired and motivated me to continue to do something for men in nursing at the college where I teach as well as for men in our delivery rooms and postpartum units. We need to move beyond women and children and include men as fathers to truly promote wellness for families.” --Janet Ierardi, MSN, RNC, CNE Assistant Professor Family Focused Nursing Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing Program This is a nuts and bolts guide to a career in nursing--from the earliest consideration of a nursing career through education and clinical practice--designed specifically for men. Written by the author of Men in Nursing: History, Challenges and Opportunities, it was created at the request of numerous colleagues for a book that addressed the practical needs and concerns of men throughout their nursing career journey. The text presents the numerous career paths available in nursing along with a consideration of their financial benefits, job security, personal fulfillment, and the need for nurses who are adept at information management and high tech-skills. The history of nursing is discussed through biographies of nine remarkable male nurses, offering much needed historical role models. The guide discusses strategies for dealing with a rigorous nursing curriculum compounded by the challenges of anti-male sentiment that is sometimes present. It takes the reader from day one of nursing school through the licensing exam and also addresses the specific needs of second-degree and accelerated program students. The book discusses the obstacles that may result from cross-gender nursing communication and relationships with a focus on teamwork. Also covered are professional development and leadership concerns in light of criticism from some women that men advance for self-serving reasons or “on the backs” of women colleagues. Key Features: Discusses how to navigate the rigors of nursing school along with strategies for success Explains how cope with anti-male sentiment Describes how to create an application that stands out from the pack Helps male students to boost caring skills and touch patients in ways that reflect professionalism, empathy, and skill Includes helpful advice for landing a first job

Never Enough

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Never Enough

Never Enough

Lessons from a Recovering Workaholic

  • Author: Dr. Frank O’Neill,Dr. Joseph J. Sweere
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 1450203795
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 204
  • View: 5642
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Do you feel you should be getting more out of your life? Do you feel like you havent discovered your purpose? Could your life use a makeover? In Never Enough, author Dr. Frank ONeill uses examples and anecdotes from his own story of walking away from a successful career to pursue a life that offered him a better balance between work and passions. An inspirational narrative of transformation and healing wrapped in a how-to manual for life, Never Enough is filled with more than 200 lessons, exercises, and action steps. It provides all of the tools you need to: Discover who you are and what you want from your life Eliminate the roadblocks holding you back at home or at work Manage your goals, your time, and your stress so you wont endure the pain of an unfulfilled life From heartrending to hilarious, Never Enough mixes honesty, science, and inspiration to show you the path to a better life. It provides seven steps for stress management and six steps of a burnout antidote for those trying to find a balance between work and home, and for creating a meaningful and passionate existence.