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No Place To Go by Lezlie Lowe

Title No Place to Go
Author Lezlie Lowe
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-09
Category Architecture
Total Pages 220
ISBN 1552453707
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is Number One in addressing the politics of where we're allowed to "go" in public.Adults don't talk about the business of doing our business. We work on one assumption: the world of public bathrooms is problem- and politics-free. No Place To Go: Answering the Call of Nature in the Urban Jungle reveals the opposite is true. No Place To Go is a toilet tour from London to San Francisco to Toronto and beyond. From pay potties to deserted alleyways, No Place To Go is a marriage of urbanism, social narrative, and pop culture that shows the ways - momentous and mockable - public bathrooms just don't work. Like, for the homeless, who, faced with no place to go sometimes literally take to the streets. (Ever heard of a municipal poop map?) For people with invisible disabilities, such as Crohn's disease, who stay home rather than risk soiling themselves on public transit routes. For girls who quit sports teams because they don't want to run to the edge of the pitch to pee. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen have protested bathroom bills that will stomp on the rights of transpeople. And where was Hillary Clinton after she arrived back to the stage late after the first commercial break of the live-televised Democratic leadership debate in December 2015? Stuck in a queue for the women's bathroom. Peel back the layers on public bathrooms and it's clear many more people want for good access than have it. Public bathroom access is about cities, society, design, movement, and equity. The real question is: Why are public toilets so crappy?

No Place To Go by Lezlie Lowe

Title No Place To Go
Author Lezlie Lowe
Publisher Coach House Books
Release Date 2018-09-11
Category Social Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781770565616
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Adults don't talk about the business of doing our business. We work on one assumption: the world of public bathrooms is problem- and politics-free. No Place To Go: Answering the Call of Nature in the Urban Jungle reveals the opposite is true. No Place To Go is a toilet tour from London to San Francisco to Toronto and beyond. From pay potties to deserted alleyways, No Place To Go is a marriage of urbanism, social narrative, and pop culture that shows the ways — momentous and mockable — public bathrooms just don't work. Like, for the homeless, who, faced with no place to go sometimes literally take to the streets. (Ever heard of a municipal poop map?) For people with invisible disabilities, such as Crohn’s disease, who stay home rather than risk soiling themselves on public transit routes. For girls who quit sports teams because they don’t want to run to the edge of the pitch to pee. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen have protested bathroom bills that will stomp on the rights of transpeople. And where was Hillary Clinton after she arrived back to the stage late after the first commercial break of the live-televised Democratic leadership debate in December 2015? Stuck in a queue for the women’s bathroom. Peel back the layers on public bathrooms and it’s clear many more people want for good access than have it. Public bathroom access is about cities, society, design, movement, and equity. The real question is: Why are public toilets so crappy?

No Place To Go by LEZLIE. LOWE

Title No Place to Go
Author LEZLIE. LOWE
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-11-07
Category
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1911545353
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Embarking on a public toilet tour from London to San Francisco to Toronto, from pay potties to deserted alleyways, No Place To Go is a marriage of urbanism, social narrative, and pop culture that shows the ways public toilets just don't work. Peel back the layers on public bathrooms and it's clear many more people want for good access than have it. Public bathroom access is about cities, society, design, movement, and equity. The real question is: Why are public toilets so crappy?

No Place To Go by Nancy Janoviček

Title No Place to Go
Author Nancy Janoviček
Publisher University of British Columbia Press
Release Date 2007
Category FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
Total Pages 171
ISBN STANFORD:36105123321882
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first history of the battered women's shelter movement in Canada, this book traces the development of transition houses and services for abused women and the campaign that made wife battering a political issue.

No Place by Todd Strasser

Title No Place
Author Todd Strasser
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2015-02-03
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781442457225
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rendered homeless by circumstances beyond his family's control, Dan is forced to move to Tent City, where he begins fighting for better conditions only to be targeted by an adversary who wants to destroy the impoverished region.

Title There s No Place Like Space
Author Tish Rabe
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2019-06-18
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 48
ISBN 9780593126448
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Cat in the Hat takes readers on an out of this world reading adventure through outer space! The Cat in the Hat's Learning Library is a nonfiction picture book series that introduces beginning readers ages 5-8 to important basic concepts. Learn about the solar system, planets, the constellations, and astronauts, and explore the wonders of space with the help of everyone' favorite Cat in the Hat! Perfect for aspiring astraunauts, or any kid who loves learning and science. The universe is a mysterious place. We are only just learning what happens in space. Featuring beloved characters from Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, the Learning Library are unjacketed hardcover picture books that explore a range of nonfiction topics about the world we live in and include an index, glossary, and suggestions for further reading. “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama

Title All Grown Up And No Place To Go
Author David Elkind
Publisher Da Capo Lifelong Books
Release Date 1998-01-07
Category Psychology
Total Pages 304
ISBN 0201483858
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Once our society set aside time for adolescents to grow from children to adults, to become accustomed to their expanding bodies and minds. Now the markers that defined passage—differences in dress, behavior, and responsibilities—have vanished. The institutions that guarded adolescence, such as family and schools, now expect “young adults” to deal with adult issues. Those trends leave teens no time to be teens.All Grown Up and No Place to Go spotlights the pressures on teenagers to grow up quickly. The resulting problems range from common alienation to self-destructive behavior. Quoting teenagers themselves, Elkind shows why adolescence is a time of “thinking in a new key,” and how young people need this time to get used to the social and emotional changes their new thinking brings. Many of his ideas, such as the “imaginary audience” that makes teens so self-conscious, have become seminal in adolescent psychology.Already there are more than 175,000 copies of All Grown Up and No Place to Go in print. In this thoroughly revised edition, Elkind also explores the “post-modern family” in which teenagers are growing up. He helps parents and those who work with youth and understand teens in crucial ways, because the root of so many adolescent frictions is the gap between what teenagers need and what our culture provides.

Title No Place to Call Home
Author JJ Bola
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2018-06-05
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781628728880
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A tale of love, loss, identity, and belonging, No Place to Call Home tells the story of a family who fled to the United Kingdom from their native Congo to escape the political violence under the dictator, Le Maréchal. The young son Jean starts at a new school and struggles to fit in. An unlikely friendship gets him into a string of sticky situations, eventually leading to a suspension. At home, his parents pressure him to focus on school and get his act together, to behave more like his star-student little sister. As the family tries to integrate in and navigate modern British society while holding on to their roots and culture, they meet Tonton, a womanizer who loves alcohol and parties. Much to Jean's father's dismay, after losing his job, Tonton moves in with them. He introduces the family—via his church where colorful characters congregate—to a familiar community of fellow country-people, making them feel slightly less alone. The family begins to settle, but their current situation unravels and a threat to their future appears, while the fear of uncertainty remains.

No Place Like Here by Christina June

Title No Place Like Here
Author Christina June
Publisher Blink
Release Date 2019-05-21
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780310766988
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From Christina June, author of It Started with Goodbye and Everywhere You Want to Be, comes No Place Like Here, a modern twist on Hansel and Gretel. Ashlyn Zanotti has big plans for the summer. She’s just spent a year at boarding school and can’t wait to get home. But when Ashlyn’s father is arrested for tax evasion and her mother enters a rehab facility for “exhaustion,” her life is turned upside down. The cherry on top? Ashlyn’s father sends her to work with a cousin she doesn’t even know at a rustic team-building retreat center in the middle of nowhere. A self-proclaimed “indoor girl,” not even Ash’s habit of leaving breadcrumb quotes—inspirational sayings she scribbles everywhere—can help her cope. With a dangerously careless camp manager doling out grunt work, an overbearing father trying to control her even from prison, and more than a little boy drama to struggle with, the summer is full of challenges. And Ashlyn must make the toughest decision of her life: keep quiet and follow her dad’s marching orders, or find the courage to finally stand up to her father to have any hope of finding her way back home. Fans looking for clean teen fiction, with elements of drama, romance, friendship, and an unflinching look into navigating and improving even the most difficult parent-teen relationships need look no further.

No Place To Fall by Jaye Robin Brown

Title No Place to Fall
Author Jaye Robin Brown
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2014-12-09
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780062270979
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Sky Is Everywhere meets This Lullaby in a sexy and poignant debut novel about family, friendships, and first romance. Amber Vaughn is a good girl. She sings solos at church, babysits her nephew after school, and spends Friday nights hanging out at the house of her best friend, Devon. But when she learns about an audition at a prestigious arts school, Amber decides that her dream—to sing on bigger stages—could also be her ticket to a new life. Devon’s older brother, Will, helps Amber prepare for her one chance to try out. The more time Will and Amber spend together, the more complicated their relationship becomes . . . and Amber starts to wonder if she’s such a good girl, after all. Then, in an afternoon, the bottom drops out of her family’s world—and Amber is faced with an impossible choice between her promise as an artist and the people she loves. Amber always thought she knew what a good girl would do. But between right and wrong, there’s a whole world of possibilities.

No Place Like Home by Mary Higgins Clark

Title No Place Like Home
Author Mary Higgins Clark
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2011-11-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780731806652
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Liza Barclay, aged 10, shot her mother while trying to protect her from her violent stepfather, ex-FBI agent Charley Foster. Despite her stepfather's claim that it was a deliberate act, the Juvenile Court ruled the death an accident. Many people, however, agreed with Foster and tabloids compared Liza to the infamous murderess, Lizzie Borden, pointing even to the similarity in name. Growing up with adoptive parents who tried to erase every trace of her past, her name is changed to Celia. Always, though, the fear hung over her and the family - that someday, her vengeful stepfather would reappear to harm her. Aged 25, a successful interior designer, she marries a childless sixty-year old widower and they have a son. Before their marriage, she had confided her earlier life to her husband. Two years on, on his deathbed, he tells her that he would want her to re-marry, but makes her swear never to reveal her past to anyone, so that their son would not carry the burden of this family tragedy - a promise that plunges her into a new cycle of violence. Three years later, happily re-married, Celia is shocked when her second husband presents her with a gift -- the house where she killed her mother. When the real estate agent who has made the sale recognises her and, soon after, is murdrered, Celia is accused of the crime. Once again, she is home -- the place where she is stamped as a murderess.

Title There Is No Place Like Work Seven Leadership Insights for Creating a Workplace to Call Home
Author Anonim
Publisher Gibbs Smith
Release Date 2021
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1423614011
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Based on hands-on, real-world research and concepts used by CEOs, managers and employees in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to nonprofit, There Is No Place Like Work shows how organizations have accomplished and can accomplish the ultimate goal of managing their CORE Culture. Successful management will help companies build a staff of motivated employees who feel, individually, that they are doing meaningful tasks in the right place-a workplace that offers a sense of belonging and opportunity for the individual and profits for the organization. A company's culture is not an amorphous and accidental phenomenon. This crucial element in long-range organizational success is definable, measurable and moldable. That process is called CORE Culture Management, and authors Margolis and Wilensky reveal how to master it by understanding CORE Culture and the Five P's. This guide will help you: Learn how to harness the Five P's, a set of key parameters delineating critical elements of your organization: Purpose, Philosophy, Priorities, Practices and Projections. Walk through developing your company's CORE Culture Map, which gives you a visual emblem of your organization's identity and core principles. Learn how to align your organization to the CORE Culture. This invaluable book employs a Wizard of Oz metaphor-making it easy to see how every worker can find the intrinsic intelligence, courage and heart within themselves to create a successful, high-performance workplace.

No Place To Hide by Glenn Greenwald

Title No Place to Hide
Author Glenn Greenwald
Publisher Metropolitan Books
Release Date 2014-05-13
Category Political Science
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781627790741
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New York Times Bestseller In May 2013, Glenn Greenwald set out for Hong Kong to meet an anonymous source who claimed to have astonishing evidence of pervasive government spying and insisted on communicating only through heavily encrypted channels. That source turned out to be the 29-year-old NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden, and his revelations about the agency's widespread, systemic overreach proved to be some of the most explosive and consequential news in recent history, triggering a fierce debate over national security and information privacy. As the arguments rage on and the government considers various proposals for reform, it is clear that we have yet to see the full impact of Snowden's disclosures. Now for the first time, Greenwald fits all the pieces together, recounting his high-intensity ten-day trip to Hong Kong, examining the broader implications of the surveillance detailed in his reporting for The Guardian, and revealing fresh information on the NSA's unprecedented abuse of power with never-before-seen documents entrusted to him by Snowden himself. Going beyond NSA specifics, Greenwald also takes on the establishment media, excoriating their habitual avoidance of adversarial reporting on the government and their failure to serve the interests of the people. Finally, he asks what it means both for individuals and for a nation's political health when a government pries so invasively into the private lives of its citizens—and considers what safeguards and forms of oversight are necessary to protect democracy in the digital age. Coming at a landmark moment in American history, No Place to Hide is a fearless, incisive, and essential contribution to our understanding of the U.S. surveillance state.

No Place To Hide by Opa Hysea Wise

Title No Place to Hide
Author Opa Hysea Wise
Publisher Made For Success Publishing
Release Date 2020-11-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781641464932
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A riveting page-turner about a woman caught in the crosshairs of an agri-business’ corporate assassin. Against hope, Smythe Windwalker Daniels’ anonymity is compromised and a creditable threat has been made against her life. As the threats ratchet up, she feels she has no place to hide, and the danger impacts not only her life but the lives of those around her. She reluctantly accepts the FBI’s protection, hoping to testify and bring a promise of justice to her community. Smythe is a woman with vision in her eyes and fire in her soul. From a young age, Smythe was discriminated against as a mixed-race girl in a predominately white neighborhood. She leaves her current career to escape the corporate rat race, only to get entangled in a pesticide poisoning cover-up attempt by a mega corporation. While on the run, she seeks to find meaning in events that now threaten her life. Through a series of misadventures, she discovers how all events are all woven together in this tapestry called “life.” As she uses her past experience to find meaning in her present, she begins to see beauty in the midst of chaos. But the harder she tries to hide, the more difficult it is to survive.

No Place Like Home by Rebecca Muddiman

Title No Place Like Home
Author Rebecca Muddiman
Publisher Bloodhound+ORM
Release Date 2018-08-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 236
ISBN 9781913682422
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A woman’s new house brings a threatening mystery with it, in this dark, twisting tale. Polly Cooke, in her mid-thirties, has finally left rentals behind and purchased her very own house. The first weeks in the house are idyllic, as she settles in and daydreams about decorating and turning the place into a real home. But meanwhile, Jacob, a local man, has been watching her. What does he want and why is he so obsessed with Polly? Finally, one rainy night, she is on her way home—and spots the silhouette of a man in the window…

Title No Place to Die Murder in the Keys Book 1
Author Jaden Skye
Publisher Jaden Skye
Release Date 2017-04-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 250
ISBN 9781640290570
Language English, Spanish, and French
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No Place Like Home by Dee Romito

Title No Place Like Home
Author Dee Romito
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2017-09-19
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781481491082
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kenzie Rhines doesn't have a home she has too many. Her dad s job keeps them flying around the country, which means home is whatever fancy hotel they're currently staying in and school takes place 30,000 feet in the air. And since it's just the two of them, she has no choice but to be his travel partner. Kenzie loves the constant adventures, but she wouldn't mind planting her feet in one place for longer than two seconds, having her own bed, and maybe even finding a best friend she can talk to.

No Place Like Home by Kerry Wilkinson

Title No Place Like Home
Author Kerry Wilkinson
Publisher Pan Macmillan
Release Date 2016-11-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781509804436
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A festive homecoming takes a dangerous turn in No Place Like Home by bestselling author of the Jessica Daniel series, Kerry Wilkinson. Featuring an exclusive first look at the upcoming Jessica Daniel novel, Nothing But Trouble. Craig Macklin was a teenager when his headteacher told him he was heading to either prison or the grave. Instead, Craig left the north of England, saying goodbye to his friends and family to start a new life. Thirteen years on, redundant and separated from his wife, he returns for the first time. It's Christmas: markets in full swing, lights twinkling, shoppers shopping, revellers revelling. Manchester has seen a revolution. The buildings soar higher, the shopping centres sprawl wider. New industries have replaced old and yet, away from the glitter, the tinsel, the hot spiced cider and the enormous inflatable Santa, some things will never change. Amid the season, there are secrets from which he cannot escape and, when debt-collectors attack his parents' house, Craig realizes the teenage hell-raiser he left behind might not be so buried after all.

Therapeutic Care For Refugees by Renos K. Papadopoulos

Title Therapeutic Care for Refugees
Author Renos K. Papadopoulos
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2018-03-08
Category Psychology
Total Pages 348
ISBN 9780429922879
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume addresses the complexities involved in attending to the mental health of refugees. It covers theory and research as well as clinical and field applications, emphasising the psychotherapeutic perspective. It explores the delicate balance between accepting the resilience of refugees whilst not neglecting their psychological needs, within a framework that avoids pathologising their condition. Moreover, it deals with the difficulties in delineating the various relevant intersecting perspectives to the refugee reality, e.g. psychological, socio-political, legal, organisational and ethical. The book introduces important considerations about the actual psychotherapy with refugees (in individual, family and group settings) but in addition, it encourages the introduction of therapeutic elements to all types of work with refugees. Thus, it argues for the necessity of approaching every facet of the refugee experience from a therapeutic perspective; this is why the title refers to therapeutic care rather than to psychotherapy.

A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid

Title A Small Place
Author Jamaica Kincaid
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2000-04-28
Category History
Total Pages 96
ISBN 9781466828834
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A brilliant look at colonialism and its effects in Antigua--by the author of Annie John "If you go to Antigua as a tourist, this is what you will see. If you come by aeroplane, you will land at the V. C. Bird International Airport. Vere Cornwall (V. C.) Bird is the Prime Minister of Antigua. You may be the sort of tourist who would wonder why a Prime Minister would want an airport named after him--why not a school, why not a hospital, why not some great public monument. You are a tourist and you have not yet seen . . ." So begins Jamaica Kincaid's expansive essay, which shows us what we have not yet seen of the ten-by-twelve-mile island in the British West Indies where she grew up. Lyrical, sardonic, and forthright by turns, in a Swiftian mode, A Small Place cannot help but amplify our vision of one small place and all that it signifies.