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2016, Towards an ethical praxis in early childhood / EECERA, ISBN 1315688190, xi, 141 pages
Pathways to Professionalism in Early Childhood Education and Care is concerned with a growing interest from policy and research in the professionalisation of... 
Study and teaching | Early childhood teachers | Early childhood education | Training of | Child care workers | Vandenbroeck | professionalism | professionalizm | Early Years | Elementary Education | Towards an Ethical Praxis | Urban | Peeters | Early Childhood | Primary | EECERA | early childhood education | Pascal
Book
12/2017, Towards an Ethical Praxis in Early Childhood, ISBN 9781138230699, 166
Dr Eva Johansson is Professor of Education at the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Stavanger, Norway. Dr Johanna Einarsdottir is a... 
Towards an Ethical Praxis | Johánna Einarsdottir | Early Childhood | Primary | values | Early Years | Eva Johansson | EECERA | early childhood education | Pascal | Elementary Education | Citizenship | Moral education (Early childhood) | Social values | Early childhood education | Responsibility in children
eBook
01/2011, ISBN 9781405191876, 24
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Ethics and Bioarchaeology in the United States Bioarchaeological Praxis in Peru: A Brief Contextual... 
ethical practice, central to bioarchaeology in United States ‐ component of training in the field | practice of bioarchaeology in Peru ‐ influenced by cultural and political economic processes | human remains analyses ‐ valuable bridges, between past and present | passage of NAGPRA ‐ the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990 | partnerships, pitfalls and ethical concerns ‐ in international bioarchaeology | ethics and bioarchaeology in United States ‐ issues of ethical practice in excavation | culturally affiliated descent communities and bioarchaeologists ‐ connections to human remains | language barriers and convoluted online submission processes ‐ and additional obstacles | non‐destructive analyses ‐ toward ethical practice in Peruvian bioarchaeology | ethical issues, studying human remains ‐ training students in bioarchaeology in United States | Non-destructive analyses - toward ethical practice in peruvian bioarchaeology | Culturally affiliated descent communities and bioarchaeologists - connections to human remains | Ethical issues, studying human remains - training students in bioarchaeology in united states | Language barriers and convoluted online submission processes - and additional obstacles | Practice of bioarchaeology in peru - influenced by cultural and political economic processes | Ethical practice, central to bioarchaeology in united states - component of training in the field | Ethics and bioarchaeology in united states - issues of ethical practice in excavation | Human remains analyses - valuable bridges, between past and present | Partnerships, pitfalls and ethical concerns - in international bioarchaeology | Passage of NAGPRA - the native american graves protection and repatriation act of 1990
Book Chapter
04/2011, ISBN 9781405193313, 29
This chapter contains sections titled: What i s Community Psychology? CP Paradigm: The Integration of Theory, Research, and Action Social Change... 
Change Strategy 2, creation of new forms of social relations ‐ creation of a new social setting, as a strategy for change | key characteristics of CP, and implications ‐ for community psychological praxis | characteristics of CP ‐ ecological metaphor, one of the epistemological breaks achieved by CP, looking beyond individuals for explanations of social experience and for solutions to social issues | furtherance of critical consciousness | community psychology (CP), a field of applied psychology ‐ performed in interrelated but different ways | CP, emerging in different ways ‐ in different parts of the world | CP paradigm, integration of theory, research and action ‐ an action science, linking goals of understanding and action, theory and practice through research | core values and their implications ‐ for community psychological praxis | strategies for change, key characteristics ‐ identifying strategies of CP practice, furthering social change and transformation towards a more just society | alliances, collaborations and organizational “edges” ‐ alliances and countersystems, forming alliances and coalitions, a tool for empowerment | CP, emerging in different ways-in different parts of the world | CP paradigm, integration of theory, research and action-an action science, linking goals of understanding and action, theory and practice through research | Core values and their implications-for community psychological praxis | Alliances, collaborations and organizational "edges"-alliances and countersystems, forming alliances and coalitions, a tool for empowerment | Key characteristics of CP, and implications-for community psychological praxis | Characteristics of CP-ecological metaphor, one of the epistemological breaks achieved by CP, looking beyond individuals for explanations of social experience and for solutions to social issues | Furtherance of critical consciousness | Strategies for change, key characteristics-identifying strategies of CP practice, furthering social change and transformation towards a more just society | Change Strategy 2, creation of new forms of social relations-creation of a new social setting, as a strategy for change | Community psychology (CP), a field of applied psychology-performed in interrelated but different ways
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10/2012, ISBN 1444332864, 14
This chapter contains sections titled: Mystical Cosmology, Temple Mysticism, and Their Continuation in Christianity Transformational Mysticism: From... 
mystical cosmology of Second Temple apocalypticism, and ascetic praxis | transformational mysticism, from Angelification to Theōsis | emerging Christianity, eschatological destiny of humankind towards angelic or simili‐angelic | “Mysticism” in the Pre‐Nicene Era? | “mysticism” of pre‐Nicene Christianity, complex biblical exegesis | The Shepherd of Hermas, significant work of Christian asceticism in pre‐Nicene era | exegetical mysticism, biblical interpretation as mystagogy | the body as temple, ascetical and mystical anthropology | Trinitarian mysticism, “Three Powers in Heaven” | pinnacle of the cosmic ladder, unceasing contemplation of the Face of God | Emerging Christianity, eschatological destiny of humankind towards angelic or simili-angelic | The body as temple, ascetical and mystical anthropology | "Mysticism" in the Pre-Nicene Era? | "mysticism" of pre-Nicene Christianity, complex biblical exegesis | The Shepherd of Hermas, significant work of Christian asceticism in pre-Nicene era | Mystical cosmology of Second Temple apocalypticism, and ascetic praxis | Transformational mysticism, from Angelification to Theōsis | Pinnacle of the cosmic ladder, unceasing contemplation of the Face of God | Exegetical mysticism, biblical interpretation as mystagogy | Trinitarian mysticism, "Three Powers in Heaven"
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Journal Article
Inflammation Research, ISSN 1023-3830, 8/2004, Volume 53, Issue S2, pp. S142 - S147
Journal Article
Developmental Disabilities Bulletin, ISSN 1184-0412, 01/2009, Volume 37, Issue 1-2, p. 165
This paper examines the right and left wing media coverage of the Robert Latimer case, arguing that, in particular, the left-wing progressive portrayal of this... 
Press, Political party | Laws, regulations and rules | Analysis | Actions and defenses | Media coverage | Murder | Political aspects | Cases | Medical ethics | Euthanasia | Ethics | Political Attitudes | Canada | Court Litigation | Homicide | Attitudes toward Disabilities | Mass Media | Religion | Disabilities | Foreign Countries
Journal Article
2014, ISBN 1303907518, 235
According to critical disability studies scholars, disablism may be the fundamental system of unearned advantaging and disadvantaging upon which all other... 
Discourse Analysis | Advocacy | Social Justice | Advantaged | Attitudes toward Disabilities | Disadvantaged | Professional Development | Social Bias | Interdisciplinary Approach | Disabilities | Mainstreaming | Education Policy | Teacher education | Special education
Dissertation
International Review of Mission, ISSN 0020-8582, 11/2019, Volume 108, Issue 2, pp. 326 - 336
The present era, often referred to as post‐secular, has in many places seen a resurgence in spirituality. Nevertheless, the contemporary quest for spirituality... 
mission from the margins | Arusha | Czech Republic | World Council of Churches | seekers | post‐secular | sociology of religion | spirituality | dwellers | Together towards Life
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