The Social Justice Warrior Handbook

A Practical Survival Guide for Snowflakes, Millennials, and Generation Z

Author: Lisa De Pasquale

Publisher: Post Hill Press

ISBN:

Category: Humor

Page: 141

View: 610

Social Justice Handbook

Small Steps for a Better World

Author: Mae Elise Cannon

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 302

View: 759

"Every day we are confronted by challenging societal problems, from poverty and institutional racism to AIDS and homelessness. It can all seem so overwhelming. But while none of us can do everything, all of us call do something. This handbook will help you discover what you can do." "Mae Elise Cannon provides a comprehensive resource for Christians committed to social justice. She presents biblical rationale for justice and explains a variety of Christian approaches to doing justice. Tracing the history of Christians in social engagement, she lifts out role models and examples from the Great Awakenings to the civil rights movement. A wide-ranging catalog of topics gives background information about justice issues at home and abroad." "The handbook includes dozens of practical exercises for taking action, highlighting how Christians and churches can make a difference. Also included are spiritual practices and resources to help us move from immobility to advocacy." "God has always worked through his peopleto accomplish improbable tasks. This handbook is an essential companion for living justly, loving mercy and walking humbly with your God."--BOOK JACKET.

Handbook on Global Social Justice

Author: Gary Craig

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 528

View: 317

In the fifty years since Rawls seminal work A Theory of Justice, the concept has been debated with those on the political right and left advocating very different understandings. This unique global collection, written by a group of international experts, offers wide-ranging analyses of the meaning of social justice that challenge the ability of the market to provide social justice for all. The Handbook also looks at how the theory of social justice informs practice within a range of occupations or welfare divisions.

The Oxford Handbook of Assertion

Author: Sanford C. Goldberg

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 800

View: 542

Assertions belong to the family of speech acts that make claims regarding how things are. They include statements, avowals, reports, expressed judgments, and testimonies - acts which are relevant across a host of issues not only in philosophy of language and linguistics but also in subdisciplines such as epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of mind, ethics, and social and political philosophy. Over the past two decades, the amount of scholarship investigating the speech act of assertion has increased dramatically, and the scope of such research has also grown. The Oxford Handbook of Assertion explores various dimensions of the act of assertion: its nature; its place in a theory of speech acts, and in semantics and meta-semantics; its role in epistemology; and the various social, political, and ethical dimensions of the act. Essays from leading theorists situate assertion in relation to other types of speech acts, exploring the connection between assertions and other phenomena of interest not only to philosophers but also to linguists, psychologists, anthropologists, lawyers, computer scientists, and theorists from communication studies.

The Handbook of Social Work Research Methods

Author: Bruce Thyer

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 672

View: 278

Click on the Supplements tab above for further details on the different versions of SPSS programs. The canonical Handbook is completely updated with more student-friendly features The Handbook of Social Work Research Methods is a cutting-edge volume that covers all the major topics that are relevant for Social Work Research methods. Edited by Bruce Thyer and containing contributions by leading authorities, this Handbook covers both qualitative and quantitative approaches as well as a section that delves into more general issues such as evidence based practice, ethics, gender, ethnicity, International Issues, integrating both approaches, and applying for grants. New to this Edition More content on qualitative methods and mixed methods More coverage of evidence-based practice More support to help students effectively use the Internet A companion Web site at www.sagepub.com/thyerhdbk2e containing a test bank and PowerPoint slides for instructors and relevant SAGE journal articles for students. This Handbook serves as a primary text in the methods courses in MSW programs and doctoral level programs. It can also be used as a reference and research design tool for anyone doing scholarly research in social work or human services.

International Handbook of Cross-Cultural Counseling

Cultural Assumptions and Practices Worldwide

Author: Lawrence H. Gerstein

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 563

View: 444

The Handbook of International Counseling is an effort to bring together the current practices, values, attitudes and beliefs about counseling from countries around the globe. The editors have selected leading experts in the field of counseling in a wide and culturally representative group of countries hroughout the world. This book will be the first volume that undertakes such an ambitious goal in the field of counseling.

The Handbook of Community Practice

Author: Marie Weil

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 968

View: 440

The Second Edition of The Handbook of Community Practice is expanded and updated with a major global focus and serves as a comprehensive guidebook of community practice grounded in social justice and human rights. It utilizes community and practice theories and encompasses community development, organizing, planning, social change, policy practice, program development, service coordination, organizational cultural competency, and community-based research in relation to global poverty and community empowerment. This is also the first community practice text to provide combined and in-depth treatment of globalization and international development practice issues—including impacts on communities in the United States and on international development work. The Handbook is grounded in participatory and empowerment practices, including social change, social and economic development, feminist practice, community-collaborative, and engagement in diverse communities. It utilizes the social development perspective and employs analyses of persistent poverty, asset development, policy practice, and community research approaches as well as providing strategies for advocacy and social and legislative action. The handbook consists of forty chapters which challenge readers to examine and assess practice, theory, and research methods. As it expands on models and approaches, delineates emerging issues, and connects policy and practice, the book provides vision and strategies for local to global community practice in the coming decades. The handbook will continue to stand as the central text and reference for comprehensive community practice, and will be useful for years to come as it emphasizes direction for positive change, new developments in community approaches, and focuses attention on globalization, human rights, and social justice. It will continue to be used as a core text for multiple courses within programs, will have long term application for students of community practice, and will provide practitioners with new grounding for development, planning, organizing, and empowerment and social change work.

Democratic Campaign Handbook

Author: Democratic National Committee (U.S.)

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Campaign literature

Page:

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The Handbook of Social Work Direct Practice

Author: Paula Allen-Meares

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 733

View: 333

The Handbook of Social Work Direct Practice discusses the context of practice, its theories and frameworks, approaches to change fields of practice, research and empirical issues, and professional issues. Written by a group of contributors, who are leading expert in their fields, this volume will service a definitive reference for social work students and professionals.

Global Citizenship

The Handbook for Primary Teaching

Author: Mary Young

Publisher: Oxfam

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 188

View: 925

Global Citizenship is not an additional subject, but a way of teaching the existing curriculum, which promotes social justice and equity. This handbook explains Global Citizenship and develops its principles into clear, practical pointers for use in school. By discussing the issues, ideas and approaches in this handbook, users will be able to explore and develop their own understanding of Global Citizenship. Teachers will be able to bring its concepts into their educational practice, through every subject area, into assemblies, and across the whole school. The handbook will be a valuable tool for classroom teachers, head teachers, teacher educators, student teachers and home school educators. It will also be of interest to non-teaching staff, governors/school-board members, and parents.Global Citizenship: The Handbook for Primary Teaching contains: an exploration of issues for In-Service Training, and strategies for implementing whole-school change; ideas and activities for assemblies and classroom work; specific sections mapping Global Citizenship to subject areas for England, Scotland and Wales; a wide range of activities to deliver subject areas including Citizenship/PSHE, PSD and PSE through Global Citizenship; lesson plan and photocopiable resource material to support Literacy/English in the classroom; material relevant to Environmental Studies 5-14; ideas and guidance on incorporating Global Citizenship into the QCA Geography Schemes of Work; a comprehensive list of useful books for children and teachers, resources, weblinks and contact addresses

Defining Moments in Black History

Reading Between the Lies

Author: Dick Gregory

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 272

View: 511

NAACP 2017 Image Award Winner With his trademark acerbic wit, incisive humor, and infectious paranoia, one of our foremost comedians and most politically engaged civil rights activists looks back at 100 key events from the complicated history of black America. A friend of luminaries including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Medgar Evers, and the forebear of today’s popular black comics, including Larry Wilmore, W. Kamau Bell, Damon Young, and Trevor Noah, Dick Gregory was a provocative and incisive cultural force for more than fifty years. As an entertainer, he always kept it indisputably real about race issues in America, fearlessly lacing laughter with hard truths. As a leading activist against injustice, he marched at Selma during the Civil Rights movement, organized student rallies to protest the Vietnam War; sat in at rallies for Native American and feminist rights; fought apartheid in South Africa; and participated in hunger strikes in support of Black Lives Matter. In this collection of thoughtful, provocative essays, Gregory charts the complex and often obscured history of the African American experience. In his unapologetically candid voice, he moves from African ancestry and surviving the Middle Passage to the creation of the Jheri Curl, the enjoyment of bacon and everything pig, the headline-making shootings of black men, and the Black Lives Matter movement. A captivating journey through time, Defining Moments in Black History explores historical movements such as The Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as cultural touchstones such as Sidney Poitier winning the Best Actor Oscar for Lilies in the Field and Billie Holiday releasing Strange Fruit. An engaging look at black life that offers insightful commentary on the intricate history of the African American people, Defining Moments in Black History is an essential, no-holds-bar history lesson that will provoke, enlighten, and entertain.

Thump

The First Bundred Days

Author: Timothy Lim

Publisher: Post Hill Press

ISBN:

Category: Humor

Page: 56

View: 187

Join Thump—an unassuming, unconventional, and utterly unstoppable bunny—as he campaigns his way across the USA, overcoming the competition and hopping straight into the White House! "Everything about this makes me laugh." - Scott Adams, Creator of Dilbert Whether you want to share the story of Trump’s amazing election with your children or grandchildren, or you just want a callback to your own childhood, THUMP is the perfect retelling of the unforgettable race of 2016. In the year 2016, with a hop, skip and jump, A candidate stormed the stage: A bunny named Thump! His goal is nothing less than to become President And to make America great for each resident! But his campaign trail is fraught with challenge and peril, Attacked on all sides by fiends ferocious and feral! There are traitors and crooks and old establishment guard And rabid media watchdogs unchained from their yard! Will the winningest of bunnies take his greatest stand And find his way to the highest office in the land? We won’t spoil it for you here, but you might have a guess… Come join Thump and his party on the road to success! "Deplorable, but adorable. I love these drawings and believe that every true Trumper should have one on their coffee table to confound whatever liberal friends they have left." (Chuck Dixon, Author of the New York Times #1 Bestsellers, Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel and The Forgotten Man: Graphic Edition) "Thump and his friends are so adorable you just want to grab them by the ears." (Lisa De Pasquale, Author of The Social Justice Warrior Handbook and I Wish I Might) "The illustrations in this book are fantastic! And Thump the Bunny reminds me of someone, I just can't put my finger on it." (Tom Shillue, host of The Tom Shillue Show and author of Mean Dads for a Better America) "The journey of a patriotic rabbit (Thump) battling the forces attempting to destroy the country he loves, and his willingness to jump whatever obstacles he must to Make America Great Again. Your kids will love it, so will you!" (Scott McEwen, #1 New York Times Bestselling Co-Author of American Sniper and the Nationally Bestselling Sniper Elite Series of novels)

A Handbook of Traditional Living

Author: Raido

Publisher: Arktos

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 80

View: 892

"A Handbook of Traditional Living" consists of two texts originally published by the Italian cultural organization Raido, translated here for the first time: "The World of Tradition," a comprehensive summary of the principle ideas of Julius Evola; and "The Front of Tradition," a more practical guide for living as a traditionalist.

Handbook of Income Distribution

Author: Anthony B. Atkinson

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 2366

View: 443

What new theories, evidence, explanations, and policies have shaped our studies of income distribution in the 21st century? Editors Tony Atkinson and Francois Bourguignon assemble the expertise of leading authorities in this survey of substantive issues. In two volumes they address subjects that were not covered in Volume 1 (2000), such as education, health and experimental economics; and subjects that were covered but where there have been substantial new developments, such as the historical study of income inequality and globalization. Some chapters discuss future growth areas, such as inheritance, the links between inequality and macro-economics and finance, and the distributional implications of climate change. They also update empirical advances and major changes in the policy environment. The volumes define and organize key areas of income distribution studies Contributors focus on identifying newly developing questions and opportunities for future research The authoritative articles emphasize the ways that income mobility and inequality studies have recently gained greater political significance

The Oxford Handbook of Political Leadership

Author: R. A. W. Rhodes

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 800

View: 739

Political leadership has made a comeback. It was studied intensively not only by political scientists but also by political sociologists and psychologists, Sovietologists, political anthropologists, and by scholars in comparative and development studies from the 1940s to the 1970s. Thereafter, the field lost its way with the rise of structuralism, neo-institutionalism, and rational choice approaches to the study of politics, government, and governance. Recently, however, students of politics have returned to studying the role of individual leaders and the exercise of leadership to explain political outcomes. The list of topics is nigh endless: elections, conflict management, public policy, government popularity, development, governance networks, and regional integration. In the media age, leaders are presented and stage-managed—spun—DDLas the solution to almost every social problem. Through the mass media and the Internet, citizens and professional observers follow the rise, impact, and fall of senior political officeholders at closer quarters than ever before. This Handbook encapsulates the resurgence by asking, where are we today? It orders the multidisciplinary field by identifying the distinct and distinctive contributions of the disciplines. It meets the urgent need to take stock. It brings together scholars from around the world, encouraging a comparative perspective, to provide a comprehensive coverage of all the major disciplines, methods, and regions. It showcases both the normative and empirical traditions in political leadership studies, and juxtaposes behavioural, institutional, and interpretive approaches. It covers formal, office-based as well as informal, emergent political leadership, and in both democratic and undemocratic polities.