Sharing Our History with Others:The Churches of Christ Holiness Unto the Lord as We Know It
The sharing of nuclear weapons technology between states is unexpected, because nuclear weapons are such a powerful instrument in international politics, but sharing is not rare. This book proposes a theory to explain nuclear sharing and surveys its rich history from its beginnings in the Second World War.
Sensory Stories contain just a few lines of text, and are brought to life through a selection of meaningful sensory experiences. They have been shown to be highly effective in helping care for people with dementia, and can enable them to engage with their memories, life history and more, in a way that would otherwise not be possible. Despite these benefits, there is very little guidance on how to incorporate this approach in everyday care. This book looks at how sensory engagement can help someone with dementia feel safe and secure, minimise their anxieties, support their cognitive abilities, as well as other benefits. Full of practical advice, this book provides everything you need to put Sensory Stories into practice. Written at a level suitable for both family members and practitioners, this innovative book will be invaluable for anyone supporting a person with dementia.
Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2015 in the subject Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology, grade: 1.0, Queens University Belfast (School of History and Anthropology), course: Social Anthropology, language: English, abstract: In the following project, I intend to explore the social dynamics surrounding this relatively unexamined occurrence, whilst focusing specifically on the processes and motivations behind video sharing. In the past decade alone, the aptly named viral video has progressed from a novel phenomenon, to an almost daily occurrence on the internet. These are defined by their capacity to spread through social media outlets at alarming rates, and gain the attention of staggering numbers of people throughout the world. Importantly, the mass dissemination of these videos relies substantially on individuals choosing to share them online, through websites such as Facebook and Twitter.
This book examines the theoretical and practical relevance and challenges of the consociationalist model of democracy. Since the publication of the Politics of Accommodation (1968) and Democracy in Plural Societies (1977) Professor Lijpharts theories and practical implementations have played a key role in establishing enduring peace settlements. In this edited volume, scholars and Professor Lijphart himself critically examine the history of consocationalism and its application in areas including Northern Ireland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Colombia. The book will be essential reading for undergraduate and graduate students of political science, comparative politics, transitional justice and peace studies. It will also be of use to practitioners ranging from diplomats to NGOs who are interested in the practical application of tested models of political accommodation. Michaelina Jakala is Research Fellow at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University, UK. She has published in journals such as Political Geography and the Annals of the Association of American Geographers . Durukan Kuzu is Research Associate at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University, UK. He has published in journals such as Nations and Nationalism , Comparative European Politics , and the Journal on Ethno-politics and Minority Issues in Europe . Matt Qvortrup is Professor of Applied Political Science and International Relations at Coventry University, UK. His previous books include Referendums Around the World (2017) and Angela Merkel: Europes Most Influential Leader (2016).
Reflections on the History of Computing:Preserving Memories and Sharing Stories
This book explores the nexus between education and politics in Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia, drawing from an extensive body of original evidence and literature on power-sharing and post-conflict education in these post-conflict societies, as well as the repercussions that emerged from the end of civil war. This book demonstrates that education policy affects the resilience of political settlements by helping reproduce and reinforce the mutually exclusive religious, ethnic, and national communities that participated in conflict and now share political power. Using curricula for subjects-such as history, citizenship education, and languages-and structures like the existence of state-funded separate or common schools, Fontana shows that power-sharing constrains the scope for specific education reforms and offers some suggestions for effective ones to aid political stability and reconciliation after civil wars. Giuditta Fontana is Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Birmingham, UK. She is also Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Divided Societies at Kings College London, UK, and at the Centre for Conflict Studies at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
You were born for this. God hardwired you - yes, you - for this. I´m talking about sharing Jesus with others. What if I told you evangelism is less about delivering a polished presentation and more about having a real conversation? What if I told you that God has created you to bring glory to himself by sharing Jesus with others and that you don´t need years of training to obey what he already made you to do? God created you for his glory to advance his gospel with the gifts, talents, and opportunities he gave you. You live at this time in history for a purpose bigger than yourself. In this audiobook you will hear how to connect the gospel story with your story and how to talk about that story in normal conversations with people you know. No gimmicks. Nothing clever. No need to freak out. Just you, Jesus, and others - in conversations that matter. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wes Bleed. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oasi/001725/bk_oasi_001725_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The First Northern Ireland Peace Process covers the various attempts to end the Troubles from 1972-76. These attempts included secret talks with the Provisional IRA and a parallel process to build a political consensus between the British and Irish Governments and the main constitutional parties in Northern Ireland. Thomas Hennessey is Reader in History at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Reflections on the History of Computing:Preserving Memories and Sharing Stories IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Auflage 2012