Nursing Bricolage in Twenty-First Century Tanzania:How Two New Healthcare Programs Incorporate Tribal Culture, Western Medicine and Evangelism Magdeline Aagard
In this comprehensive survey, Williams offers concise descriptions of the background, beliefs, practices, and leaders of America´s most influential and distinctive religious movements and denominations. Thoroughly revised and updated, this third edition of America´s Religions incorporates the latest scholarship on religion, and considers timely issues such as status of Muslims in the United States after September 11, 2001; the impact of religion on American politics, especially concerning the emergence of the religious right; and the intense battles fought between the Catholic Church and other denominations over the status of gay marriage and accusations of clergy members´ sexual abuse. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gary L. Willprecht. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/033128/bk_acx0_033128_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Last Man is Mary Shelley´s apocalyptic fantasy of the end of human civilisation. Set in the late twenty-first century, the novel unfolds a sombre and pessimistic vision of mankind confronting inevitable destruction. Interwoven with her futuristic theme, Mary Shelley incorporates idealised portraits of Shelley and Byron, yet rejects Romanticism and its faith in art and nature. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851) was the only daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft, author of Vindication of the Rights of Woman, and the radical philosopher William Godwin. Her mother died ten days after her birth and the young child was educated through contact with her father´s intellectual circle and her own reading. She met Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1812; they eloped in July 1814. In the summer of 1816 she began her first and most famous novel, Frankenstein. Three of her children died in early infancy and in 1822 her husband was drowned. Mary returned to England with her surviving son and wrote novels, short stories and accounts of her travels; she was the first editor of P.B.Shelley´s poetry and verse. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Barnaby Edwards. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/012036/bk_adbl_012036_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Over three decades, Paul Griffiths´s survey has remained the definitive study of music since the Second World War; this fully revised and updated edition re-establishes Modern Music and After as the preeminent introduction to the music of our time. The disruptions of the war, and the struggles of the ensuing peace, were reflected in the music of the time: in Pierre Boulez´s radical reformation of compositional technique and in John Cage´s development of zen music; in Milton Babbitt´s settling of the serial system and in Dmitry Shostakovich´s unsettling symphonies; in Karlheinz Stockhausen´s development of electronic music and in Luigi Nono´s pursuit of the universally human, in Iannis Xenakis´s view of music as sounding mathematics and in Luciano Berio´s consideration of it as language. The initiatives of these composers and their contemporaries opened prospects that haven´t yet stopped unfolding. This constant expansion of musical thinking since 1945 has left us with no singular history of music; Griffiths´s study accordingly follows several different paths, showing how and why they converge and diverge. This new edition of Modern Music and After discusses not only the music of the fifteen years that have passed since the previous edition, but also the recent explosion of scholarly interest in the latter half of the twentieth century. In particular, the book has been expanded to incorporate the variety of responses to the modernist impasse experienced by composers of the 1980s and 1990s. Griffiths then moves the book into the twenty-first century as he examines such highly influential composers as Helmut Lachenmann and Salvatore Sciarrino. For its breadth, wealth of detail, and characteristic wit and clarity, the third edition of Modern Music and After is required reading for the student and the enquiring listener.
Collaboration. Empowerment. Student leadership. These buzzwords get a lot of press, but what do they really mean for today´s students? Can students really handle the responsibility of leading the class? Can they actually learn what they need to if they are working together so often? Won´t all this freedom cause chaos in the classroom? Not if you´re teaching them to learn like PIRATES! Peer collaboration builds community and supports teamwork and cooperation. Improvement-focused learning challenges students to constantly strive to be their best. Responsibility for daily tasks builds ownership in the classroom. Active learning turns boring lessons into fun and memorable experiences. Twenty-first century skills engage students now and prepare them for their futures. Empowerment allows students to become confident risk-takers who make bold decisions. In Learn Like a PIRATE, teachers will discover practical strategies for creating a student-led classroom in which students are inspired and empowered to take charge of their learning experience. You´ll learn strategies for: Crafting active, relevant, and interesting lessons Creating opportunities for student leadership Providing effective and beneficial feedback Instilling confidence so students can take risks Increasing curiosity and passion for learning Incorporate the techniques and strategies Paul Solarz uses in his student-led classroom and watch your students transform into confident, collaborative leaders. 1. Language: English. Narrator: KELLY CROY. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/111075/bk_acx0_111075_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.