Inside Out and Outside in

Inside Out and Outside in
Author by: Joan Berzoff,Laura Melano Flanagan,Patricia Hertz
Release: 2008
Editor: Jason Aronson
Pages: 465
ISBN: 0765704315
Language: en
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If you lived at the time of the American Revolution --What started the American Revolution? --Did everyone take sides? --Would you have seen a battle? Before 1775, thirteen colonies in America belonged to England. This book tells about the fight to be free and independent.

Inside Out and Outside in

Inside Out and Outside in
Author by: Joan Berzoff,Laura Melano Flanagan,Patricia Hertz
Release: 2008
Editor: Jason Aronson
Pages: 465
ISBN: 0765704323
Language: en
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Suitable for mental health practitioners in a variety of disciplines, this work reflects the theory and clinical practice. It offers chapters, on attachment, relational, and intersubjective theories, respectively, as well as on trauma.

Inside Out and Outside in

Inside Out and Outside in
Author by: Joan Berzoff,Laura Melano Flanagan,Patricia Hertz
Release: 2002
Editor: Jason Aronson
Pages: 472
ISBN: 0765703424
Language: en
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This book updates psychodynamic approaches by adding the essential biological and social perspectives that they often lack. We know that everyone is born with innate, highly individual inner characteristics, some of which are biologically based. These traits--a quickness to anger, an easy smile, a way of being calm or fidgety, a lively curiosity, a tendency to melancholy--are not easily visible, yet they play a crucial role in shaping the course of a person's life. We also know that each of us is born into an outer world with great specifications of its own: time, place, class, race, family, community, country, ethnic group, religion, political-economic climate. An African-American baby, a Korean-American baby, and a Swedish-American baby born on the same day in the same hospital will each be strengthened or assaulted by very different outside forces The authors of this book show how to find value in understanding people's pain and resilience in the context of their internal dynamic struggles, biological make-up, and social realities. They demonstrate how to use this knowledge to create a language of meaning for people's difficulties, and most important, a road to their healing. Inside Out and Outside In provides a guide for understanding and working with the complex inner and outer forces that make up people's lives. A Jason Aronson Book

INSIDE OUT OUTSIDE IN

INSIDE OUT  OUTSIDE IN
Author by: Anonim
Release: 2019
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 1910919497
Language: un
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Loving from the Outside In Mourning from the Inside Out

Loving from the Outside In  Mourning from the Inside Out
Author by: Alan D. Wolfelt
Release: 2012-04-01
Editor: Companion Press
Pages: 96
ISBN: 9781617221842
Language: en
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Recognizing how the need to grieve is anchored in one’s capacity to care for someone, this calming guide contends that the act of mourning is healthy—and necessary—following a life-changing loss. The very foundation of attachment is reflected upon, illustrating devotion as both the primary cause of grief and a crucial source of emotional recovery. Exploring the essential principles of love as well as the reasons behind it, this heartfelt handbook makes it possible to embrace a trying but vital process.

Creative Positions in Adult Mental Health

Creative Positions in Adult Mental Health
Author by: Sue McNab
Release: 2018-05-01
Editor: Routledge
Pages: 336
ISBN: 9780429912405
Language: en
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This book presents cutting edge developments in Adult Mental Health through the presentation of creative and innovative applications of systemic theory to practice. The first section deconstructs the medical model with some of the current beliefs and practices shaping services whilst placing adult mental health in a wider social and political context. The second half of the book showcases good practice from the field. At either end of the volume "bookends" invite current clients and staff to write about their experiences with the aim of bringing a powerful personal context into the work. We intend to create a shift from third person objectivity to a first person experience as a political act which flows through the book.

Inside Out Back Again

Inside Out   Back Again
Author by: Thanhha Lai
Release: 2013-03
Editor: Univ. of Queensland Press
Pages: 276
ISBN: 9780702251177
Language: en
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Through a series of poems, a young girl chronicles the life-changing year of 1975, when she, her mother, and her brothers leave Vietnam and resettle in Alabama.

Outside In Inside Out

Outside In    Inside Out
Author by: Costantino Maeder,Olga Fischer,William J. Herlofsky
Release: 2005-02-28
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
Pages: 427
ISBN: 9789027294654
Language: en
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This fourth volume of the Iconicity series is like its predecessors devoted to the study of iconicity in language and literature in all its forms. Many of the papers turn the notion of iconicity ‘inside-out’, some suggesting that ‘less-is-more’; others focus on the cognitive factors ‘inside’ the brain that are important for the iconic phenomena that are produced in the ‘outside’ world. In addition this volume includes a paper related to iconicity in music and its interaction with language. Other papers range from the theoretical issues involved in the evolution of language, to those that offer many ‘inside-out’ claims, such as claiming that nouns are derived from pronouns, and as such should more properly be called ‘pro-pronouns’. Also, this volume includes perhaps the first English-language analysis of the iconic aspects of sound symbolism in a prayer from the Koran. This is a truly interdisciplinary collection that should turn some of the notions of iconicity in language and literature ‘outside-in’ and ‘inside-out’.

Territorial Designs and International Politics

Territorial Designs and International Politics
Author by: Boaz Atzili,Burak Kadercan
Release: 2018-12-07
Editor: Routledge
Pages: 128
ISBN: 9781351262705
Language: en
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Territory is back with a vengeance. Although territorial politics never really went away, it was often perceived that way in public discussion and among scholars. The territorial conflicts of the last several years, however, have raised new academic and policy questions, revived old debates that were nearly forgotten, and forced us to rethink many of our common conceptions. Social scientists broadly agree that territory, as well as the boundaries that confine it and group identity that relates to it, are socially constructed rather than natural or primordial. But how and through which mechanisms is the meaning of territory constructed? By whom? For which purposes and by what tools? Which forces influence such “territorial designs”? How do different territorial designs affect state behavior in particular, and the dynamics of international politics in general? This book brings together political scientists and geographers—both disciplines in which scholars have long researched such questions—to create a mutually fertilizing dialogue, which will advance our understanding of territorial designs. The authors tackle core theoretical questions, institutions and ideas of territoriality, borders, space, place, and identity, as well as the methodologies used to study them. They utilize case studies as far apart as the Ottoman Empire, the colonization of Ireland, and current day Middle East; and they interrogate the characteristics of spaces as different as land, air, and water. The chapters were originally published as a special issue of Territory, Politics, Governance.

Outside in Inside out

Outside in  Inside out
Author by: Costantino Maeder,Olga Fischer,William J. Herlofsky,Université Catholique de Louvain,Universiteit van Amsterdam,Universität Zürich
Release: 2005-01-01
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
Pages: 427
ISBN: 9027232253
Language: un
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SUMMARY:

This fourth volume of the Iconicity series is like its predecessors devoted to the study of iconicity in language and literature in all its forms. Many of the papers turn the notion of iconicity 'inside-out', some suggesting that 'less-is-more'; others focus on the cognitive factors 'inside' the brain that are important for the iconic phenomena that are produced in the 'outside' world. In addition this volume includes a paper related to iconicity in music and its interaction with language. Other papers range from the theoretical issues involved in the evolution of language, to those that offer many 'inside-out' claims, such as claiming that nouns are derived from pronouns, and as such should more properly be called 'pro-pronouns'. Also, this volume includes perhaps the first English-language analysis of the iconic aspects of sound symbolism in a prayer from the Koran. This is a truly interdisciplinary collection that should turn some of the notions of iconicity in language and literature 'outside-in' and 'inside-out'.

Inside

Inside
Author by: Maria V. Snyder
Release: 2012-02-21
Editor: Harlequin
Pages: 608
ISBN: 9780373210688
Language: en
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Trella, a scrub whose life consists of cleaning for the socially superior Uppers, finds her peaceful life disturbed when she encounters a prophet who promises a better life for her people and ends up in the middle of a rebellion.

Inside Out Inside In

Inside Out  Inside In
Author by: R. Gregg
Release: 1999-09-20
Editor: Springer
Pages: 231
ISBN: 9780230510395
Language: un
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Inside Out, Outside In takes familiar historical narratives and provides alternative readings for them. It endeavours to expand the parameters of comparative history by focusing on the economic, social, political and historiographical connections among societies, and by observing these intertwined histories from different vantage points. Iconoclastic, provocative, even quirky, Inside Out, Outside In takes us beyond culture and society into the imperial webs of association found inside and outside the discipline of history.

The Brain from Inside Out

The Brain from Inside Out
Author by: György Buzsáki MD, PhD
Release: 2019-04-18
Editor: Oxford University Press
Pages: 464
ISBN: 9780190905392
Language: en
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Is there a right way to study how the brain works? Following the empiricist's tradition, the most common approach involves the study of neural reactions to stimuli presented by an experimenter. This 'outside-in' method fueled a generation of brain research and now must confront hidden assumptions about causation and concepts that may not hold neatly for systems that act and react. György Buzsáki's The Brain from Inside Out examines why the outside-in framework for understanding brain function have become stagnant and points to new directions for understanding neural function. Building upon the success of Rhythms of the Brain, Professor Buzsáki presents the brain as a foretelling device that interacts with its environment through action and the examination of action's consequence. Consider that our brains are initially filled with nonsense patterns, all of which are gibberish until grounded by action-based interactions. By matching these nonsense "words" to the outcomes of action, they acquire meaning. Once its circuits are "calibrated" by action and experience, the brain can disengage from its sensors and actuators, and examine "what happens if" scenarios by peeking into its own computation, a process that we refer to as cognition. The Brain from Inside Out explains why our brain is not an information-absorbing coding device, as it is often portrayed, but a venture-seeking explorer constantly controlling the body to test hypotheses. Our brain does not process information: it creates it.

Inside Out and Outside in

Inside Out and Outside in
Author by: Joan Berzoff,Laura Melano Flanagan,Patricia Hertz
Release: 2002-01-01
Editor: Jason Aronson
Pages: 472
ISBN: 0765703424
Language: un
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Shows how to find value in understanding people's pain and resilience in the context of their internal dynamic struggles, biological make-up, and social realities. This book demonstrates how to use this knowledge to create a language of meaning for people's difficulties.

Museum Activism

Museum Activism
Author by: Robert R. Janes,Richard Sandell
Release: 2019-01-10
Editor: Routledge
Pages: 406
ISBN: 9781351251020
Language: en
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Only a decade ago, the notion that museums, galleries and heritage organisations might engage in activist practice, with explicit intent to act upon inequalities, injustices and environmental crises, was met with scepticism and often derision. Seeking to purposefully bring about social change was viewed by many within and beyond the museum community as inappropriately political and antithetical to fundamental professional values. Today, although the idea remains controversial, the way we think about the roles and responsibilities of museums as knowledge based, social institutions is changing. Museum Activism examines the increasing significance of this activist trend in thinking and practice. At this crucial time in the evolution of museum thinking and practice, this ground-breaking volume brings together more than fifty contributors working across six continents to explore, analyse and critically reflect upon the museum’s relationship to activism. Including contributions from practitioners, artists, activists and researchers, this wide-ranging examination of new and divergent expressions of the inherent power of museums as forces for good, and as activists in civil society, aims to encourage further experimentation and enrich the debate in this nascent and uncertain field of museum practice. Museum Activism elucidates the largely untapped potential for museums as key intellectual and civic resources to address inequalities, injustice and environmental challenges. This makes the book essential reading for scholars and students of museum and heritage studies, gallery studies, arts and heritage management, and politics. It will be a source of inspiration to museum practitioners and museum leaders around the globe.

Outside In

Outside In
Author by: Maria V. Snyder
Release: 2011-03-01
Editor: Harlequin
Pages: 304
ISBN: 1426887779
Language: en
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Me? A leader? Okay, I did prove that there's more to Inside than we knew. That a whole world exists beyond this cube we live in. And finding that led to a major rebellion—between worker scrubs like me and the snobby uppers who rule our world. Make that ruled. Because of me, we're free. I thought that meant I was off the hook, and could go off on my own again—while still touching base with Riley, of course. He's the one upper I think I can trust. But then we learned that there's outside and then there is Outside. And something from Outside wants In.

Strategy from the Outside In Profiting from Customer Value

Strategy from the Outside In  Profiting from Customer Value
Author by: George Day,Christine Moorman
Release: 2010-07-23
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
Pages: 304
ISBN: 9780071760782
Language: en
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Make customer value a C-Suite priority for lasting profits and growth While the Great Recession ravaged the balance sheets of long-standing leaders in their respective industries, many companies have actually gained market share, grown revenues and profits, and created more value for customers. These are not flash-in-the-pan companies—world-beaters one year and stragglers the next. They are companies like Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Fidelity, Cisco, Philips, Walmart, and Amazon. The success of these organizations isn’t the result of a brilliant strategy for bad times; it’s the outcome of a highly effective long-term strategy that manages the company from the outside in. In Strategy from the Outside In, George S. Day and Christine Moorman explain that the key to such lasting and highly profitable success is the ability to compete on and profit from customer value. It means operating from the outside in. It means always building strategy on market insight, and ensuring that every part of the company puts customer value first. Applying years of research, Day and Moorman illustrate that an outside-in view requires constant vigilance and focus on four customer value imperatives: Be a customer value leader Innovate new value for customers Capitalize on the customer as an asset Capitalize on the brand as an asset Day and Moorman take you from theory to practice, with an emphasis on real world stories, practical models, and useable metrics so that you can profit from customer value. From the outside in.

Unravelling Liberal Interventionism

Unravelling Liberal Interventionism
Author by: Gëzim Visoka,Vjosa Musliu
Release: 2019-04-26
Editor: Routledge
Pages: 224
ISBN: 9780429017933
Language: en
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Despite calls for the decolonisation of knowledge, scholars who come from conflict-affected societies remained marginalised, excluded from the examination of the politics and impacts of liberal interventionism. This edited volume gives local scholars a platform from which they critically examine different aspects of liberal interventionism and statebuilding in Kosovo. Drawing on situational epistemologies and grounded approaches, the chapters in this book interrogate a wide range of themes, including: the politics of local resistance; the uneven relationship between international statebuilders and local subjects; faking of local ownership of security sector reform and the rule of law; heuristic and practical limits of interventionism, as well as the subjugated voices in statebuilding process, such as minorities and women. The book finds that the local is not antidote to the liberal, and that local perspectives are not monolithic. Yet, local critiques of statebuilding do not seek to generate replicable knowledge; rather they prefer generating situational and context-specific knowledge be that to resolve problems or uncover the unresolved problems. The book seeks to contribute to critical peace and conflict studies by (re)turning the local turn to local scholars who come from conflict-affected societies and who have themselves experienced the transition from war to peace. This book is essential reading for students and scholars of peace- and state-building, conflict studies and international relations.

Outside In Inside Out

Outside In  Inside Out
Author by: Luise Eichenbaum,Susie Orbach
Release: 1982
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 133
ISBN: UOM:39015001161937
Language: un
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The Inside Out Revolution

The Inside Out Revolution
Author by: Michael Neill
Release: 2013
Editor: Hay House Incorporated
Pages: 136
ISBN: 9781401942410
Language: en
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" ... Michael Neill shares an extraordinary new understanding of how life works that turns traditional psychology on its head. This revolutionary approach is built around three simple principles that explain where our feelings come from and how our experience of life can transform for the better in a matter of moments. Understanding these principles allows you to tap into the deeper intelligence behind life, access your natural wisdom and guidance, and unleash your limitless creative power. You'll be able to live with less stress, greater ease, and a sense of connection to the larger unfolding of life"--Publisher description.