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Moving Beyond Boundaries Vol 1 by Carole Boyce-Davies

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries Vol 1
Author Carole Boyce-Davies
Publisher NYU Press
Release Date 1995-02
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780814712375
Language English, Spanish, and French
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v. 1. International dimensions of Black women's writing -- . v. 2. Black women's diasporas

Moving Beyond Boundaries Vol 2 by Carole Boyce-Davies

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries Vol 2
Author Carole Boyce-Davies
Publisher NYU Press
Release Date 1995-04
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 333
ISBN 9780814712405
Language English, Spanish, and French
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v. 1. International dimensions of Black women's writing -- .

Beyond Boundaries by John Townsend

Title Beyond Boundaries
Author John Townsend
Publisher Zondervan
Release Date 2011-10-11
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780310412908
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For when your trust has been broken: discover how to set firm boundaries again, how to connect deeply without being hurt, and how to safely grow your most intimate relationships. Painful relationships violate our trust, causing us to close our hearts. But to experience the freedom and love God designed us for, we eventually have to take another risk. In this breakthrough book, bestselling author Dr. John Townsend takes you beyond the pain of the past to discover how to re-enter a life of intimate relationships. Whether you're trying to restore a current relationship or begin a new one, Townsend gives practical tools for establishing trust and finding the intimacy you long for. Beyond Boundaries will help you: Reinstate closeness appropriately with someone who broke your trust Discern when true change has occurred Reestablish appropriate connections in strained relationships Create a safe environment that helps you trust Restore former relationships to a healthy dynamic Learn to engage and be vulnerable in a new relationship as well You can move past relational pain to trust again. Beyond Boundaries will show you how. Plus, dig even deeper into relational healing with the coordinating video study and study guide. Spanish edition also available.

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries in Disability Studies
Author Michele Moore
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2013-09-13
Category Education
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781135743031
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What challenges are posed by changing transnational trends, agendas and movements that affect disabled people’s lives, and what can disabled people, their representative organisations and their governments do to advance the agenda for self-determination and inclusion? This book draws together the writing of academics and activists to depict the experience and perspective of disabled people in relation to a range of contemporary social changes, with a focus firmly on ways in which disabled people and their allies can act to counter disabling policies and practices. Throughout the book there is an emphasis on disabled people’s own voices and activism as the critical driver of theoretical critique and practical change. Chapters address a wide range of cultural, institutional and personal arenas to explore and contest the boundaries that disabled people seek to move beyond, from cross-border labour movements in Korea to experience of day services in England, from continuing and long-lasting realities of wars in Lebanon, Cambodia and Somalia to the beauty of harmony in Navajo traditions for understanding disability, from collective activism to individual participation in the Olympics. This book is recommended reading for students, researchers and activists interested in Disability Studies and is directly relevant to policy makers and practitioners in a position to reshape rights, spaces and innovations in response to the priorities disabled people feel and articulate are important for their lives. It was originally published as a special issue of Disability & Society.

Dance And Politics by Dana Mills

Title Dance and Politics
Author Dana Mills
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017
Category Dance
Total Pages 132
ISBN 1526105152
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dance has always been a method of self- expression for human beings. This book examines the political power of dance and especially on its transgressive potential. Focusing on readings of dance pioneers Isadora Duncan and Martha Graham, Gumboots dancers in the gold mines of South Africa, the One Billion Rising movement using dance to protest against gendered violence, dabke in Palestine and dance as protest against human rights abuse in Israel, the Sun Dance within the Native American Crow tribe, the book focuses on moments in which dance transgresses politics articulated in words. Thus the book seeks ways in which reading political dance as interruption unsettles conceptions of politics and dance. The book combines close readings, drawing on the sensibility of the experience of dance and dance spectatorship, and critical analysis grounded in radical democratic theory.

Moving Beyond Betrayal by Vicki Tidwell Palmer

Title Moving Beyond Betrayal
Author Vicki Tidwell Palmer
Publisher Central Recovery Press, LLC
Release Date 2016-05-16
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781942094159
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Partners experience dire consequences as a result of being in a relationship with someone suffering from compulsive sexual behavior. Their emotional well-being requires developing new skill sets for self-care and self-protection as they confront the difficult and painful process of discovery, disclosure, and beyond. In other words—they need boundaries. This is the first book specifically for partners affected by addictive behavior that addresses, in detail, how to identify, create, and maintain boundaries as a vital component of self-care and an indispensable tool for healing and growth. Moving Beyond Betrayal guides partners to define the current problem(s); identify needs that aren't being met; find where they have the power to effect change; take action; and evaluate the results to determine if their goal has been accomplished. The author examines all aspects of effective boundary work, including what to do when boundaries are violated. Through working the 5-Step Boundary Solution partners will: Gain clarity Reduce the chaos inherent in relationships impacted by sex addiction Feel more empowered and in control of their lives Discover whether or not their relationship with the addict is salvageable Vicki Tidwell Palmer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT), and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) in private practice in Houston, Texas. She is the author of the blog for partners Survival Strategies for Partners of Sex Addicts.

Moving Beyond Words by Gloria Steinem

Title Moving Beyond Words
Author Gloria Steinem
Publisher Open Road Media
Release Date 2012-05-15
Category Social Science
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9781453250174
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Essays from the New York Times–bestselling author, a “woman who has told the truth about her life and ours” (Los Angeles Times). With cool humor and rich intellect, Gloria Steinem strips bare our social constructions of gender and race, explaining just how limiting these invented cultural identities can be. In the first of six sections, Steinem imagines how our understanding of human psychology would be different in a witty reversal: What if Freud had been a woman who inflicted biological inferiority on men (think “womb envy”)? In other essays, the author presents positive examples of people who turn stereotypes on their heads, from a female bodybuilder to Mahatma Gandhi, whose followers absorbed his wisdom that change starts at the bottom. And in some of the most moving pieces, Steinem reveals something of her own complicated history as a writer, woman, and citizen of the world.

Moving Beyond Borders by Karen Flynn

Title Moving Beyond Borders
Author Karen Flynn
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Release Date 2011-11-19
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781442663633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Moving Beyond Borders is the first book-length history of Black health care workers in Canada, delving into the experiences of thirty-five postwar-era nurses who were born in Canada or who immigrated from the Caribbean either through Britain or directly to Canada. Karen Flynn examines the shaping of these women's stories from their childhoods through to their roles as professionals and community activists. Flynn interweaves oral histories with archival sources to show how these women's lives were shaped by their experiences of migration, professional training, and family life. Theoretical analyses from postcolonial, gender, and diasporic Black Studies serve to highlight the multiple subjectivities operating within these women's lives. By presenting a collective biography of identity formation, Moving Beyond Borders reveals the extraordinary complexity of Black women's history.

A Life Beyond Boundaries by Benedict Anderson

Title A Life Beyond Boundaries
Author Benedict Anderson
Publisher Verso Books
Release Date 2016-04-26
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781784784577
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An intellectual memoir by the author of the acclaimed Imagined Communities Born in China, Benedict Anderson spent his childhood in California and Ireland, was educated in England and finally found a home at Cornell University, where he immersed himself in the growing field of Southeast Asian studies. He was expelled from Suharto’s Indonesia after revealing the military to be behind the attempted coup of 1965, an event which prompted reprisals that killed up to a million communists and their supporters. Banned from the country for thirty-five years, he continued his research in Thailand and the Philippines, producing a very fine study of the Filipino novelist and patriot José Rizal in The Age of Globalization. In A Life Beyond Boundaries, Anderson recounts a life spent open to the world. Here he reveals the joys of learning languages, the importance of fieldwork, the pleasures of translation, the influence of the New Left on global thinking, the satisfactions of teaching, and a love of world literature. He discusses the ideas and inspirations behind his best-known work, Imagined Communities (1983), whose complexities changed the study of nationalism. Benedict Anderson died in Java in December 2015, soon after he had finished correcting the proofs of this book. The tributes that poured in from Asia alone suggest that his work will continue to inspire and stimulate minds young and old.

Boundaries In Dating by Henry Cloud

Title Boundaries in Dating
Author Henry Cloud
Publisher Zondervan
Release Date 2000
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9780310200345
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The authors deliniate the boundaries of modern dating, arguing that couples must learn self control and discipline.

Beyond The Boundaries by Larry Lankton

Title Beyond the Boundaries
Author Larry Lankton
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 1999-05-06
Category History
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0199761159
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spanning the years 1840-1875, Beyond the Boundaries focuses on the settlement of Upper Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula, telling the story of reluctant pioneers who attempted to establish a decent measure of comfort, control, and security in what was in many ways a hostile environment. Moving beyond the technological history of the period found in his previous book Cradle to the Grave: Life, Work, and Death at the Lake Superior Copper Mines (OUP 1991), Lankton here focuses on the people of this region and how the copper mining affected their daily lives. A truly first-rate social history, Beyond the Boundaries will appeal to historians of the frontier and of Michigan and the Great Lakes region, as well as historians of technology, labor, and everyday life.

Moving Beyond Boundaries by Carole Boyce-Davies

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries
Author Carole Boyce-Davies
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1995-04-01
Category Science
Total Pages 312
ISBN 0745308813
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beyond Boundaries by Miguel Nicolelis

Title Beyond Boundaries
Author Miguel Nicolelis
Publisher Macmillan
Release Date 2011-03-15
Category Psychology
Total Pages 368
ISBN 142995079X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A pioneering neuroscientist shows how the long-sought merger of brains with machines is about to become a paradigm-shifting reality Imagine living in a world where people use their computers, drive their cars, and communicate with one another simply by thinking. In this stunning and inspiring work, Duke University neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis shares his revolutionary insights into how the brain creates thought and the human sense of self—and how this might be augmented by machines, so that the entire universe will be within our reach. Beyond Boundaries draws on Nicolelis's ground-breaking research with monkeys that he taught to control the movements of a robot located halfway around the globe by using brain signals alone. Nicolelis's work with primates has uncovered a new method for capturing brain function—by recording rich neuronal symphonies rather than the activity of single neurons. His lab is now paving the way for a new treatment for Parkinson's, silk-thin exoskeletons to grant mobility to the paralyzed, and breathtaking leaps in space exploration, global communication, manufacturing, and more. Beyond Boundaries promises to reshape our concept of the technological future, to a world filled with promise and hope.

The Book Of Negroes by Lawrence Hill

Title The Book of Negroes
Author Lawrence Hill
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2010-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 497
ISBN 9780552775489
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Abducted from her West African village at the age of eleven and sold as a slave in the American South, Aminata Diallo thinks only of freedom - and of finding her way home again. After escaping the plantation, torn from her husband and child, she passes through Manhattan in the chaos of the Revolutionary War, is shipped to Nova Scotia, and then joins a group of freed slaves on a harrowing return odyssey to Africa.Based on a true story, Lawrence Hill's epic novel spans three continents and six decades to bring to life a dark and shameful chapter in our history through the story of one brave and resourceful woman.

Moving Beyond Boundaries by John Crocker

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries
Author John Crocker
Publisher VDM Publishing
Release Date 2008
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 148
ISBN NWU:35556039567383
Language English, Spanish, and French
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No Boundaries by James A. Tompkins

Title No Boundaries
Author James A. Tompkins
Publisher Tompkins Associates
Release Date 2000
Category Business logistics
Total Pages 283
ISBN 0965865924
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Urban Teacher Education and Teaching
Author R. Patrick Solomon
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-07-25
Category Education
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9781000149463
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume illuminates the most pressing challenges faced by urban schools, teachers, teacher candidates, and teacher training programs and offers a range of insights and possibilities for urban teacher education and teaching. Covering issues spanning the broadly theoretical to the urgently practical, it goes beyond the traditional discourses in teacher education to focus on diversity, social justice, democratic schooling, and community building. What emerges is an emphatic message of hope for those committed to the ongoing project of improving urban teacher education and working in urban settings. Contributors from Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean bring rich and divergent knowledges, perspectives, and cultural experiences to their discussion of the three central themes around which the book is organized: • the conceptual framing of key issues in urban schooling; • pre-service teacher preparation for urban transformation; and • culturally relevant pedagogy and advocacy in urban settings. This book is intended for all students, practitioners, and researchers involved in urban education. It is appropriate as a text for student teaching and field experience seminars, and for courses dealing with social issues, educational policy, curriculum development, and multicultural teacher education.

Title Negotiating Boundaries at Work
Author Jo Angouri
Publisher Edinburgh University Press
Release Date 2017-05-18
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781474403146
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Focuses on transition talk and boundary crossing discourse in the modern workplace Moving between linguistic, professional and national boundaries is part of the daily reality of modern workplaces, where the concept of a 'job for life' is now outdated. Employees move between jobs, countries and even professions during their working lives, but the multilayered process of redefining personal, social and professional identities is not reflected in current workplace research. This volume brings together a range of scholars from different disciplinary areas in the field, examining the challenges of transition into a (new) workplace, team or community, as well as transitions within different professional communities. By analyzing the strategies individuals adopt to navigate the boundaries they face (in languages, workplaces or countries), this book demonstrates that transitions are not linear but are negotiated and constructed in the situated ahere and now of workplace interaction, at the same time as they are positioned in the wider socioeconomic order.Key FeaturesFocuses on the urban workplace environment and workforce mobility Contributors approach transitions from a number of perspectives representing the range of work currently being undertaken in the areaA range of cases are discussed in each chapter

Moving Beyond Boundaries by Paul M Mahlobogwane

Title Moving Beyond Boundaries
Author Paul M Mahlobogwane
Publisher Booktango
Release Date 2013-12-08
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781468939866
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Happiness is not the absence of sadness but it’s a realization & assurance of the fact that God is still in control. Happiness is not is not absence of challenges in life, but it’s a realization of a fact that to be alive is not a right, but it's an undeserving favour from God. But when you are going through difficulties, through a state of depression, hopelessness & emptiness, it is not easy to realize this or even going beyond the boundaries that keeps you neutralized and pinned down to earth with sorrow. This book, is a motivational book written for everyone out there who is faced with a cloud of depression, hopelessness & idleness hanging over their lives as a result they find it difficult to rise beyond their barricades live a positive life. Many people find themselves miserable, idling, rude to themselves and even to their loved ones simply because of circumstances that feel pinned them down to the pits of life, and they find it difficult to rise again. The book contains answers & steps as to how to move beyond the boundaries of experiences and walking again with pride & diligence in the eyes of God. The book contains my personal experiences, motivational words and poems which i wrote in this journey of life.

Title Designing the Purposeful Organization
Author Clive Wilson
Publisher Kogan Page Publishers
Release Date 2015-02-03
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780749472214
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Globalization, competition and recession have created an overwhelming pressure on organizations to deliver growth. This has often resulted in tough performance targets being pushed down the line. Hard-hitting management may deliver short-term results but in the longer term key people burn out or leave, and business performance falls back. Designing the Purposeful Organization explains how to implement a more enlightened and authentic leadership style that aligns people's strengths to the delivery of a compelling future. It draws on a unique framework that helps leaders manage the eight elements essential for high performance: purpose, vision, engagement, structure, character, results, success and talent. It moves beyond the boundaries of transactional performance (pay me X and I'll deliver Y) to a purpose-centred performance that releases talent, creativity and engagement. It features case studies from Google, Whole Foods Market, the NHS and the London 2012 Olympics and is ideal for practitioners in organization development, senior HR managers and business leaders. This book demonstrates how business performance can be inspired beyond boundaries by aligning people to a compelling purpose.