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Seeing Red by Mark Cronlund Anderson

Title Seeing Red
Author Mark Cronlund Anderson
Publisher Univ. of Manitoba Press
Release Date 2011-09-02
Category Social Science
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780887554063
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first book to examine the role of Canada’s newspapers in perpetuating the myth of Native inferiority. Seeing Red is a groundbreaking study of how Canadian English-language newspapers have portrayed Aboriginal peoples from 1869 to the present day. It assesses a wide range of publications on topics that include the sale of Rupert’s Land, the signing of Treaty 3, the North-West Rebellion and Louis Riel, the death of Pauline Johnson, the outing of Grey Owl, the discussions surrounding Bill C-31, the “Bended Elbow” standoff at Kenora, Ontario, and the Oka Crisis. The authors uncover overwhelming evidence that the colonial imaginary not only thrives, but dominates depictions of Aboriginal peoples in mainstream newspapers. The colonial constructs ingrained in the news media perpetuate an imagined Native inferiority that contributes significantly to the marginalization of Indigenous people in Canada. That such imagery persists to this day suggests strongly that our country lives in denial, failing to live up to its cultural mosaic boosterism.

Seeing Red by Kirsten Karchmer

Title Seeing Red
Author Kirsten Karchmer
Publisher Tiller Press
Release Date 2019-11-12
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781982131951
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A world-renowned women’s health expert reveals a bold, practical, and data-driven handbook for menstrual periods that provides an easy-to-navigate roadmap for improving your reproductive health—and your everyday quality of life. We’ve been lied to about periods. PMS, cramping, bloating, migraines, irritability, and anxiety may be extremely common, but contrary to popular belief, they aren’t normal. And they certainly aren’t “just part of being a woman,” despite the fact that this is what we’ve been told time and time again—by friends, family, and even doctors. After dedicating her entire clinical career to deconstructing the menstrual cycle, women’s health expert Kirsten Karchmer knows better. During her more than twenty years of research and treating thousands of patients, Karchmer found that most period problems women experience—even the most painful ones—are totally correctable and more surprisingly reflective of overall health and fertility. In this forthright, spirited, and all-encompassing guide, Karchmer draws on her decades’ worth of experience as a women’s health expert to break down the myths so many women have been led to believe about their periods. For the more than 82 million women in the world who suffer from menstrual conditions, Seeing Red explains the importance of a healthy menstrual cycle (and how to achieve it) and why it is important to the women’s movement. Menstrual cycles are not a curse, but an instrument providing women with one of the most valuable, regularly occurring, and free diagnostic tools they have, giving them access to unprecedented health and power.

Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

Title Seeing Red
Author Sandra Brown
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2017-08-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781455572076
Language English, Spanish, and French
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown delivers nonstop suspense and supercharged sexual tension in a thriller about tainted heroism and vengeance without mercy. Kerra Bailey is a TV journalist hot on the trail of a story guaranteed to skyrocket her career to new heights. Twenty-five years ago, Major Franklin Trapper became a national icon when he was photographed leading a handful of survivors to safety after the bombing of a Dallas hotel. For years, he gave frequent speeches and interviews but then suddenly dropped out of the public eye, shunning all media. Now Kerra is willing to use any means necessary to get an exclusive with the Major--even if she has to secure an introduction from his estranged son, former ATF agent John Trapper. Still seething over his break with both the ATF and his father, Trapper wants no association with the bombing or the Major. Yet Kerra's hints that there's more to the story rouse Trapper's interest despite himself. And when the interview goes catastrophically awry--with unknown assailants targeting not only the Major, but also Kerra--Trapper realizes he needs her under wraps if he's going to track down the gunmen . . . and finally discover who was responsible for the Dallas bombing. Kerra is wary of a man so charming one moment and dangerous the next, and she knows Trapper is withholding evidence from his ATF investigation into the bombing. But having no one else to trust and enemies lurking closer than they know, Kerra and Trapper join forces to expose a sinuous network of lies and conspiracy--and uncover who would want a national hero dead.

Seeing Red by Robert N. Munsch

Title Seeing Red
Author Robert N. Munsch
Publisher Scholastic Canada
Release Date 2013-02
Category Canadian juvenile fiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781443124461
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What is the secret behind Arie's red hair? Alex is dying to know why Arie's hair is so red. So he asks him if there if there is a secret to it all, or better yet, something he can do to turn his own black hair red? Soon he's following Arie's good advice and consuming daily doses of tomatoes and ketchup. But when he finds himself drinking hot sauce to, you know, set the colour, Alex starts to suspect that he's being played - and concocts a little plan to turn the tables on Arie's trick, by tempting him with his own recipe for turning red hair black! Based on a boy named Arie from Montreal, whom Robert Munsch met while on a storytelling tour, Seeing Red celebrates the spirit of good-natured pranks with some over-the-top antics and hilarious imagery, while providing a gentle lesson about accepting who you are and what you've been given.

Seeing Red by Nicholas HUMPHREY

Title Seeing Red
Author Nicholas HUMPHREY
Publisher Harvard University Press
Release Date 2009-06-30
Category Psychology
Total Pages 151
ISBN 9780674038905
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beginning with the seemingly simple act of seeing red, this brilliantly unsettling essay builds toward an explanation of why consciousness makes compelling evolutionary sense. From sensations that probably began in bodily expression to the evolutionary advantages of a conscious self, Seeing Red tracks the "hard problem" of consciousness to its source and its solution, a solution in which the very hardness of the problem may make all the difference.

Seeing Red by Kathryn Erskine

Title Seeing Red
Author Kathryn Erskine
Publisher Scholastic Inc.
Release Date 2013-09-24
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780545576451
Language English, Spanish, and French
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National Book Award winner Kathryn Erskine delivers a powerful story of family, friendship, and race relations in the South. Life will never be the same for Red Porter. He's a kid growing up around black car grease, white fence paint, and the backward attitudes of the folks who live in his hometown, Rocky Gap, Virginia. Red's daddy, his idol, has just died, leaving Red and Mama with some hard decisions and a whole lot of doubt. Should they sell the Porter family business, a gas station, repair shop, and convenience store rolled into one, where the slogan -- "Porter's: We Fix it Right!" -- has been shouting the family's pride for as long as anyone can remember? With Daddy gone, everything's different. Through his friendship with Thomas, Beau, and Miss Georgia, Red starts to see there's a lot more than car motors and rusty fenders that need fixing in his world. When Red discovers the injustices that have been happening in Rocky Gap since before he was born, he's faced with unsettling questions about his family's legacy.

Seeing Red by Jennifer Simmonds

Title Seeing Red
Author Jennifer Simmonds
Publisher New Society Publishers
Release Date 2014-07-01
Category Education
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781550925647
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A unique, proven approach to anger management for elementary and middle-school aged children. Anger is a natural human emotion, but if it isn't managed properly its effects can be devastating. Seeing Red is a curriculum designed to help elementary and middle-school aged students better understand their anger so they can make healthy and successful choices and build strong relationships. This completely revised and updated edition includes a comprehensive anti-bullying component, complete with cutting-edge material specific to cyber-bullying and social media. Designed especially for use with small groups, Seeing Red enables participants to learn from and empower one another. Its unique group process helps children and teens build important developmental objectives such as leadership skills (taking initiative, presenting in front of the group), social skills (taking turns, active listening), and building self-esteem (problem solving, interacting with peers). Key concepts and activities include: Spotting anger triggers and taking responsibility for mistakes Finding healthy ways to deal with provocation and avoiding losing control Identifying feelings, learning steps to control anger and exploring consequences. Facilitators will learn how to empower participants through role playing, helping them to identify associated feelings and recognize negative behaviors. Each session includes objectives, a list of supplies, background notes and preparation tasks for the leader, a warm-up activity, an explanation of the various learning activities, and a closing activity. See for yourself why Seeing Red remains one of the most highly-regarded resources among professionals in the field of children's anger management.

Title Seeing Red Whatever After 12
Author Sarah Mlynowski
Publisher Scholastic Inc.
Release Date 2018-10-30
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781338162936
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The enchanting New York Times and USA Today bestselling series continues with installment number twelve!

Seeing Red by Jennifer Simmonds

Title Seeing Red
Author Jennifer Simmonds
Publisher New Society Publishers
Release Date 2003-05-01
Category Education
Total Pages 80
ISBN 9781550924121
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A unique approach to anger management using small group process.

Still Seeing Red by John Kenneth White

Title Still Seeing Red
Author John Kenneth White
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2018-02-07
Category Political Science
Total Pages 447
ISBN 9780429976759
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Still Seeing Red, John Kenneth White explores how the Cold War molded the internal politics of the United States. In a powerful narrative backed by a rich treasure trove of polling data, White takes the reader through the Cold War years, describing its effect in redrawing the electoral map as we came to know it after World War II. The primary beneficiaries of the altered landscape were reinvigorated Republicans who emerged after five successive defeats to tar the Democrats with the ?soft on communism? epithet. A new nationalist Republican party?whose Cold War prescription for winning the White House was copyrighted to Dwight Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Barry Goldwater, and Ronald Reagan?attained primacy in presidential politics because of two contradictory impulses embedded in the American character: a fanatical preoccupation with communism and a robust liberalism. From 1952 to 1988 Republicans won the presidency seven times in ten tries. The rare Democratic victors?John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Jimmy Carter?attempted to rearm the Democratic party to fight the Cold War. Their collective failure says much about the politics of the period. Even so, the Republican dream of becoming a majority party became perverted as the Grand Old Party was recast into a top-down party routinely winning the presidency even as its electoral base remained relatively stagnant.In the post?Cold War era, Americans are coming to appreciate how the fifty-year struggle with the Soviet Union organized thinking in such diverse areas as civil rights, social welfare, education, and defense policy. At the same time, Americans are also more aware of how the Cold War shaped their lives?from the ?duck and cover? drills in the classrooms to the bomb shelters dug in the backyard when most Baby Boomers were growing up. Like millions of Baby Boomers, Bill Clinton can truthfully say, ?I am a child of the Cold War.?With the last gasp of the Soviet Union, Baby Boomers and others are learning that the politics of the Cold War are hard to shed. As the electoral maps are being redrawn once more in the Clinton years, landmarks left behind by the Cold War provide an important reference point. In the height of the Cold War, voters divided the world into ?us? noncommunists versus ?them? communists and reduced contests for the presidency into battles of which party would be tougher in dealing with the Evil Empire. But in a convoluted post?Cold War era, politics defies such simple characteristics and presidents find it harder to lead. Recalling how John F. Kennedy could so easily rally public opinion, an exasperated Bill Clinton once lamented, ?Gosh, I miss the Cold War.?

Seeing Red by Halton C. Arp

Title Seeing Red
Author Halton C. Arp
Publisher Apeiron
Release Date 1998
Category Science
Total Pages 306
ISBN STANFORD:36105021739813
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Seeing Red by Suzanne Hindmarch

Title Seeing Red
Author Suzanne Hindmarch
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Release Date 2018-06-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 392
ISBN 9781487510312
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What does it mean to think of HIV/AIDS policy in a critical manner? Seeing Red offers the first critical analysis of HIV/AIDS policy in Canada. Featuring the diverse experiences of people living with HIV, this collection highlights various perspectives from academics, activists, and community workers who look ahead to the new and complex challenges associated with HIV/AIDS and Canadian society. In addition to representing a diversity of voices and perspectives, Seeing Red reflects on historical responses to HIV/AIDS in Canada. Among the specific issues addressed are the over-representation of Indigenous peoples among those living with HIV, the criminalization of HIV, and barriers to health and support services, particularly as experienced by vulnerable and marginalized populations. The editors and contributors seek to show that Canada has been neither uniquely compassionate nor proactive when it comes to supporting those living with HIV/AIDS. Instead, this remains a critical area of public policy, one fraught with challenges as well as possibilities.

Seeing Red by Suzanne Hindmarch

Title Seeing Red
Author Suzanne Hindmarch
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Release Date 2018-05-02
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 392
ISBN 9781487520090
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Featuring the diverse experiences of people living with HIV, Seeing Red highlights various perspectives from academics, activists, and community workers who think ahead to the new and complex challenges associated with the condition.

Seeing Red Cars by Laura Goodrich

Title Seeing Red Cars
Author Laura Goodrich
Publisher Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Release Date 2011-02-07
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781605097299
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Surely you’ve experienced something like this: you buy a red car, and suddenly red cars appear everywhere. Why? Because you’re focusing on red cars—and you get more of whatever you focus on. But much of the time, consciously and unconsciously, we dwell on what we don’t want, and that’s what we get. Drawing on the latest scientific research, Laura Goodrich shows you how to stop fixating on negatives and rewire your brain to focus on positive outcomes. Unique and practical exercises—including a free online toolkit—and dozens of enlightening real-life stories help you identify what you truly want so that it drives everything you do. And Goodrich shows how Seeing Red Cars can build organizational cultures in which employees are playing to their passions and strengths, focusing on what they want, and achieving breakthrough results.

Seeing Red by David J. Schow

Title Seeing Red
Author David J. Schow
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1999-07-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1930235054
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Schow's first collection of World Fantasy Award-winning short stories is back in print for the first time in nearly ten years. Features include the main prize winner Coming Soon to a Theater Near You.

Seeing Red by Theodore Kornweibel

Title Seeing Red
Author Theodore Kornweibel
Publisher Indiana University Press
Release Date 1998
Category History
Total Pages 225
ISBN 0253213541
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Now in Paper! "Seeing Red" Federal Campaigns Against Black Militancy, 1919-1925 Theodore Kornweibel, Jr. A gripping, painstakingly documented account of a neglected chapter in the history of American political intelligence. "Kornweibel is an adept storyteller who admits he is drawn to the role of the historian-as-detective....What emerges is a fascinating tale of secret federal agents, many of them blacks, who were willing to take advantage of the color of their skin to spy upon others of their race. And it is a tale of sometimes desperate and frequently angry government officials, including J. Edgar Hoover, who were willing to go to great lengths to try to stop what they perceived as threats to continued white supremacy." --Patrick S. Washburn, Journalism History Theodore Kornweibel, Jr., Professor of African American history in the Africana Studies Department at San Diego State University, is author of No Crystal Stair and In Search of the Promised Land. Blacks in the Diaspora--Darlene Clark Hine, John McCluskey, Jr., and David Barry Gaspar, general editors

Seeing Red by Jill Atkins

Title Seeing Red
Author Jill Atkins
Publisher Evans Brothers
Release Date 2001
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 127
ISBN 0237523329
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This title is part of the Go For It! series of dramas based on family, school, and relationship problems. It was always the same—Zoe this, Zoe that—the story of her life. Zoe hates her life. No one understands, and she's always in trouble at home. But when she runs away, she may have made things even worse.

Seeing Red by Lina Meruane

Title Seeing Red
Author Lina Meruane
Publisher Deep Vellum Publishing
Release Date 2016-02-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 170
ISBN 9781941920251
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Meruane's prose has great literary force: it emerges from the hammer blows of conscience, but also from the ungraspable, and from pain."—Roberto Bolaño This powerful, profound autobiographical novel describes a young Chilean writer recently relocated to New York for doctoral work who suffers a stroke, leaving her blind and increasingly dependent on those closest to her. Fiction and autobiography intertwine in an intense, visceral, and caustic novel about the relation between the body, illness, science, and human relationships. Lina Meruane (b. 1970), considered the best woman author of Chile today, has won numerous prestigious international prizes, and lives in New York, where she teaches at NYU.

Title Seeing Red Hollywood s Pixeled Skins
Author LeAnne Howe
Publisher MSU Press
Release Date 2013-03-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 180
ISBN 9781609173685
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At once informative, comic, and plaintive, Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins is an anthology of critical reviews that reexamines the ways in which American Indians have traditionally been portrayed in film. From George B. Seitz’s 1925 The Vanishing American to Rick Schroder’s 2004 Black Cloud, these 36 reviews by prominent scholars of American Indian Studies are accessible, personal, intimate, and oftentimes autobiographic. Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins offers indispensible perspectives from American Indian cultures to foreground the dramatic, frequently ridiculous difference between the experiences of Native peoples and their depiction in film. By pointing out and poking fun at the dominant ideologies and perpetuation of stereotypes of Native Americans in Hollywood, the book gives readers the ability to recognize both good filmmaking and the dangers of misrepresenting aboriginal peoples. The anthology offers a method to historicize and contextualize cinematic representations spanning the blatantly racist, to the well-intentioned, to more recent independent productions. Seeing Red is a unique collaboration by scholars in American Indian Studies that draws on the stereotypical representations of the past to suggest ways of seeing American Indians and indigenous peoples more clearly in the twenty-first century.

Seeing Red by Graham Poll

Title Seeing Red
Author Graham Poll
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2008-09-04
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780007279982
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The most high-profile referee this country has ever seen, the controversial and opinionated Graham Poll exposes the myth that referees are the game’s silent men, and opens the lid on the shocking and often unbelievable world of football that few outsiders get to see.