By Ronald Kramer
By Alexander N. Howe,Wynn Yarbrough
By Elmar Drieschner,Detlef Gaus
Comprehensive and built by means of a panel of major overseas specialists within the box, Tinnitus: prognosis and remedy offers a multidisciplinary review of the prognosis and administration of a frequent and troubling disorder.
By Mary Niall Mitchell
The finish of slavery within the usa encouraged conflicting visions of the longer term for all american citizens within the 19th century, black and white, slave and unfastened. The black baby grew to become a determine upon which individuals projected their hopes and fears approximately slavery’s abolition. As a member of the 1st new release of African american citizens raised in freedom, the black child—freedom’s child—offered up the prospect that blacks may well quickly benefit from the related privileges as whites: landownership, equality, autonomy. but for many white southerners, this imaginative and prescient used to be unwelcome, even scary. Many northerners, too, expressed doubts in regards to the effects of abolition for the country and its identification as a white republic.
From the 1850s and the Civil conflict to emancipation and the respectable finish of Reconstruction in 1877, Raising Freedom’s Child examines slave emancipation and competition to it as a far-reaching, nationwide occasion with profound social, political, and cultural outcomes. Mary Niall Mitchell analyzes a number of perspectives of the black child—in letters, photos, newspapers, novels, and courtroom cases—to exhibit how americans contested and defended slavery and its abolition.
With each one bankruptcy, Mitchell narrates an episode within the lives of freedom’s childrens, from debates over their schooling and hard work to the way forward for racial category and American citizenship.Raising Freedom’s Child illustrates how intensely a twin of the black baby captured the imaginations of many americans through the upheavals of the Civil warfare period. via public struggles over the black baby, Mitchell argues, american citizens by way of turns challenged and bolstered the racial inequality fostered below slavery within the usa. in basic terms with the triumph of segregation in public faculties in 1877 did the black baby lose her principal position within the nationwide debate over civil rights, a task she wouldn't play back until eventually the 1950s.
By Karin Sauer,Hartmut Schönherr
Sauer und Hartmut Schönherr beleuchten zunächst Hintergründe und Entwicklungen
der religiösen Landschaft in der Bundesrepublik. Sie zeigen sowohl
religionssoziologische Faktoren als auch entwicklungspsychologische Aspekte auf,
die Jugendliche durch „Sekten“ ansprechbar machen können. Im zweiten Teil der
Arbeit eröffnen die Autoren unterrichtliche Perspektiven zur Präventionsarbeit
im Religionsunterricht an berufsbildenden Schulen. Dabei geht es nicht vorrangig
um Krisenintervention, sondern um pädagogische Ansätze und didaktische Handreichungen
zur mündigen Auseinandersetzung mit religiösen Angeboten allgemein und im
Speziellen mit Angeboten, welche die persönliche und berufliche Entwicklung
negativ beeinflussen können.
By David Wastell,Susan White
By Wiebken Düx,Gerald Prein,Erich Sass,Claus J. Tully
By Mallika Kanyal
Children's Rights explores the relevance of kid's participatory rights in schooling, quite at a time while there are competing calls for in assembly the inflexible curriculum frameworks while considering kid's entitlement to take part in issues affecting their lives. It engages with theoretical and functional versions of participation with an objective to aid reflective perform. The chapters are educated through wider educational debates and examples from examine and daily perform in early yr settings, making it an obtainable learn for college students, practitioners in addition to researchers.
By Peter Kraftl,S. Mills
By Angela Ittel,Hans Merkens