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This book provides a unique insight into the lived realities of hate crime in Ireland and its treatment within the criminal justice system. The significance of the Irish case is contextualised within the European and global policy contexts and an overview of hate crime in Ireland, both north and south, and its differential treatment in each jurisdictions criminal justice system is offered. Presenting empirically grounded analyses of the experiences of commonly targeted identity groups in an Irish context, this study also draws upon their exposure to hate crime and challenges encountered in seeking redress. Combining theory, research and practice, this book represents legal, social, cultural and political concerns pertinent to understanding, preventing, deterring and combatting hate crime across Ireland. It incorporates a variety of perspectives on the hate crime paradigm and addresses many of the cutting-edge debates arising in the field of hate studies. Contributions from Irish and international academic researchers are complemented by applied pieces authored by practitioners and policy makers actively engaged with affected communities. This is a progressive and informed text which will be of great value to activists, policy makers and scholars of hate crime and criminal justice. Amanda Haynes is senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Jennifer Schweppe is lecturer in law at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Seamus Taylor is lecturer in Social Policy at Maynooth University, Ireland.
This volume brings together, in a central text, chapters written by leading scholars working at the intersection of modeling, the natural and social sciences, and public participation. This book presents the current state of knowledge regarding the theory and practice of engaging stakeholders in environmental modeling for decision-making, and includes basic theoretical considerations, an overview of methods and tools available, and case study examples of these principles and methods in practice. Although there has been a significant increase in research and development regarding participatory modeling, a unifying text that provides an overview of the different methodologies available to scholars and a systematic review of case study applications has been largely unavailable. This edited volume seeks to address a gap in the literature and provide a primer that addresses the growing demand to adopt and apply a range of modeling methods that includes the public in environmental assessment and management. The book is divided into two main sections. The first part of the book covers basic considerations for including stakeholders in the modeling process and its intersection with the theory and practice of public participation in environmental decision-making. The second part of the book is devoted to specific applications and products of the various methods available through case study examination. This second part of the book also provides insight from several international experts currently working in the field about their approaches, types of interactions with stakeholders, models produced, and the challenges they perceived based on their practical experiences. Steven Gray is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Sustainability at Michigan State University. His research focuses on the theory and practice of participatory modeling and developing decision-support software to help communities, resource managers, and other decision-makers to understand the social impacts of environmental change through modeling. Michael Paolisso is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland whose research seeks to demonstrate how cultural models of the environment have a direct bearing on the use and management of natural resources, and how cognitive-cultural approaches and collaborative learning improve scientist and public understanding, dialogue, and collaboration in addressing environmental issues. Rebecca Jordan is a Professor in the Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University. Trained as a behavioral ecologist her scholarly work focusses on public participation in scientific research and the contribution of learning to the sustainability of coupled social-ecological systems. Stefan Gray currently works as an adviser to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment in Wellington, New Zealand. At the time of the production of this book, Stefan held a Research Fellowship funded by the Irish Environmental Protection Agency, supporting climate change adaptation at central and local government levels in Ireland. His research in Europe focused on issues related to expanding decision-making in environmental management to incorporate complex adaptive systems theory.
Combining carefully chosen primary quotes with extensive discussion and everyday illustrative examples, this book provides an in-depth introduction to classical and contemporary theory. Uses a wide range of newspaper examples to illustrate the relevance to sociological theory Contains excerpts from theorists primary texts Includes chapter-specific glossaries of all theoretical concepts discussed in the book Short biographies and historical timelines of significant events provide context to various theorists ideas Incorporates a range of pedagogical features Supporting website includes multiple choice and essay questions, PowerPoint slides, a quotation bank, and other background materials Visit www.wiley.com/go/dillon for additional student and instructor resources. Michele Dillon is professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire and has many years of experience teaching sociological theory to undergraduate and graduate students. Her previous publications include Catholic Identity: Balancing Reason, Faith, and Power (1999), Debating Divorce: Moral Conflict in Ireland (1993), Handbook of the Sociology of Religion (ed.) (2003), and In the Course of a Lifetime: Tracing Religious Belief, Practice, and Change (with Paul Wink)( 2007).
This Handbook incorporates a variety of disciplines and approaches in order to provide a comprehensive and authoritative examination of the issues that result from increasing age diversity at work. Despite interest in this area exploding over the past few years amongst academics, practitioners and policy makers, the analysis of age diversity has remained primarily within disciplinary silos such as Psychology or Sociology with a focus on ageing or generational differences, rather than a combination of approaches to understanding age diversity. Unique in its coverage of multiple perspectives, it considers not only generational and ageing perspectives to age diversity, but also highlights the importance of context in driving both the impact and response to this issue. The Palgrave Handbook of Age Diversity and Work includes contributions from leading scholars in age and generational diversity from across the world, discussing cutting-edge research findings about the nature and impact of age diversity and presenting approaches to managing this phenomenon. Emma Parry is a Professor of Human Resource Management at Cranfield School of Management, UK. Emma leads several international research projects including Cranet, an international network of scholars examining the impact of national context on human resources policies and practices, and 5C a global academic collaboration looking at the impact of national culture and age on careers. Emma is an Honorary Fellow for the Institute of Employment Studies and an Academic Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Jean McCarthy is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour at the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Ireland. She is also a Global Research Associate with the Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College and co-director of the Age in the Workplace Research Network (AWR-net), an international network of researchers seeking to address issues associated with age, generations and diversity at work, and has served as an advisor on ageing and ageism policy direction.
From Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church, one of the most esteemed centers of African American spirituality in the country, comes Food for the Soul - a compilation of more than 100 recipes, and the many stories behind them shared by its congregation. Since its founding in 1808, Abyssinian has been a major social and religious voice of black Americans. The oldest African American church in New York State, it is a cultural melting-pot ministry with members from throughout the African diaspora - and a history of cooking reflecting that diversity. Yet beyond the great recipes for dishes such as Bahamian Seafood Cobbler, Soulful Chicken Stir-Fry, Whipping Cream Biscuits, and Mama Georgia’s Sweet Potato Pie lies a rich and textured account of how the church incorporates the creation and enjoyment of food and the care of the physical body into its love for and devotion to God and humankind. Brimming with updated, healthy renditions of favorite old dishes, Food for the Soul is also illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs. Woven through the book are stories associated with the recipes that are full of life - humorous, moving, joyful. From a churchgoer who started making spicy chili in the ‘60s as the South Bronx burned (Chef J’s 5-Alarm South Bronx Chili) to another who still re-creates the one-pot dinner that was the only meat dish her large and poor family could afford each week (Booba’s Saturday Night Special One-Pot Meal), these anecdotes and recipes come from the heart and provide deep sustenance to the body and soul. The Abyssinian Baptist Church is the second-oldest African American church in the United States and will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2008. Abyssinian has members from Kenya, Jamaica, the United States, Ireland, Brazil, the Cameroon, Uganda, Ghana, the Bahamas, Cuba, Honduras, Panama, England, Egypt, South Africa, Grenada, Trinidad, Holland, Japan, and Nigeria. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Jean Summerville. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/010131de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Providing a timely contribution to the ongoing questions surrounding topics which are by definition subject to varying stakeholder interpretations, this book addresses the missing link between theoretical CSR concepts and everyday management practice. It acts as a guide to awaken managers to the advantages of adopting a CSR mindset when developing sustainable business strategies. The book consists of three parts: 1) A theoretical realm which establishes the key concepts and rationale for the adoption of a sustainable CSR approach, 2) A practical realm which addresses putting CSR and sustainability into business practice, 3) An educational realm which proposes how to incorporate the concepts into teaching and training. Linda ORiordan is a Professor of Business Studies and International Management and Director of the KompetenzCentrum for Corporate Social Responsibility (KCC) at the FOM University of Applied Sciences in Germany. She researches, writes and lectures on responsible management and sustainable entrepreneurship with a focus on an inclusive approach to organising business in society. Her work has been published in internationally renowned peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics. In her educational role, Linda ORiordan lectures mainly to MBA and also Bachelor students in the subjects: Business Strategy, Corporate Governance and CSR, International Management, Management Consulting and Problem-Solving, Intercultural Competence, as well as Marketing, Sales and Customer Relationship Management. Additionally, she is a guest lecturer at various Universities including the University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule) and Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf. Linda ORiordan is a general manager by background with a PhD from the University of Bradford in the UK. Previous to her academic role, she gained business and consultancy experience from working in industry. Some of her former employers include Accenture, UCB-Schwarz Pharma, and the Government of Ireland (Bord Bia) marketing Irish food and drinks products in Northern Europe, as well as apprenticeship positions during her studies in Ireland at the Irish Telecom Company, Dublin (now Eircom), and the Bank of Ireland, Cork. Her qualifications include a Bachelors degree in Business Studies from the University of Limerick, Ireland, as well as an MBA and a Masters in Research from the University of Bradford in the UK. Piotr Zmuda is a Professor of Business Studies and International Management and a Research Associate of the KompetenzCentrum for Corporate Social Responsibility (KCC) at the FOM University of Applied Sciences (FOM) in Germany. He teaches Masters and Bachelors students in Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), International Management, Strategic Management, and Management Consulting. His research interests focus on the analysis and development of strategies based on the resource and market-based view as well as the formulation and implementation of internationalisation strategies. Piotr Zmuda studied Business Administration at the University of Cologne and received his doctoral degree at the Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf. He was appointed as a Professor of International Business and Management Consulting at the Cologne Business School (CBS) in 2010. He further participated as a Visiting Professor in the Sustainability MBA program at the Duquesne University School of Business, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Piotr Zmuda gained his first practical experience as a management consultant while working for an international consulting company specialised in delivering consulting services in the financial services sector. He has assisted a large number of well-known Financial Service Companies in the efficient execution of projects and optimisation of their in-house processes. After leaving this sector, he switched to the role of in-house consultant for a multinational industrial company. Piotr Zmuda is a certified Project Manager (PRINCE2) and a member of the Academy of Management (AoM). Prof. Dr. Stefan Heinemann is Vice-Rector for Cooperations and Sustainability Representative at the FOM University of Applied Sciences (Germany). In addition, he is the director of the FOM Open Business School and the Representative of the Foundation BildungsCentrum der Wirtschaft within the zdi-Zentrum MINT-Netzwerk Essen. He is also a committed Member of the workgroup tertiary institutions of the UNESCO World Decade of Education