By Peter Bratsis
By Gilmar Visoni-Alonzo
By Fred E. Schrader
Peace is among the so much wanted commodities all over the world. This precise e-book gathers the key authors within the box and combines their services right into a quantity which addresses the complexity of peace negotiation strategies.
By Wolfgang Dietrich
Mit einem Geleitwort von Jürgen Rausch und Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schwendemann
By Tamar Groves,Nigel Townson,Inbal Ofer,Antonio Herrera
This booklet explores the position of renowned types of social mobilization in the course of Spain's means of transition to democracy. It makes a speciality of the character of citizenship that was once solid through the interval of clash and mobilisation that characterized Spain from the past due Nineteen Fifties till the overdue Eighties. It bargains a two-pronged exploration of social activities on the time. at the one hand, it presents an in depth research of 4 very diversified situations of social mobilisation: between Catholics, citizens, farmers and academics. It discerns techniques of supplier, repertoires of motion, collective which means, and interactions with groups and native political actors. nonetheless, it displays on how the struggle over particular matters and using related strategies generated shared interpretations of what it intended to be a citizen in a democracy.
By Jim Ludes
By Richard Saage
By Ute Planert
By George Washington
"Run no longer within the streets. . .nor with mouth open; cross now not upon the ft nor in a dancing fashion."
George Washington used to be often called a remarkably modest and courteous guy. Humility and wonderful manners have been so ingrained in his personality that he not often if ever acted with no them.
The "Rules of Civility and first rate habit" that ruled Washington's etiquette have been through turns functional, inspirational and curious. those principles are as instructive and precious this present day as they have been 1000's of years ago.
George Washington's principles of Civility and good habit contains the whole textual content of the principles, in addition to well-known Washington writings such as:
-Farewell to the Armies speech
-Address on the finish of His Presidency
By Robin Dale Jacobson,Nancy D. Wadsworth
Drawing on scholarship from an array of disciplines, this quantity provides
a deep and well timed examine the intertwining of race and faith in American politics. The
participants follow the equipment of intersectionality, yet the place this process has typically
thought of race, classification, and gender, the essays gathered right here specialize in faith, too, to supply a
theoretically powerful conceptualization of ways those parts intersect--and how they are
actively impacting the political process.
Antony W. Alumkal, Iliff institution of Theology
* Carlos Figueroa, collage of Texas at Brownsville * Robert D. Francis, Lutheran
companies in the US * Susan M. Gordon, autonomous student * Edwin I. Hernández,
DeVos family members Foundations * Robin Dale Jacobson, college of Puget Sound * Robert P.
Jones, Public faith study Institute * Jonathan I. Leib, previous Dominion college *
Jessica Hamar Martínez, collage of Arizona * Eric Michael Mazur, Virginia Wesleyan
collage * Sangay Mishra, collage of Southern California * Catherine Paden, Simmons
collage * Milagros Peña, collage of Florida * Tobin Miller Shearer, University
of Montana * Nancy D. Wadsworth, college of Denver * Gerald R. Webster, collage of