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Author: Lucy Whitman
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Health & Fitness
In People with Dementia Speak Out, twenty-three people from diverse backgrounds share their experiences of living with dementia. The contributors are honest about the frustrations and fears they face, but overall there is remarkably little self-pity and a great deal of optimism. The personal accounts demonstrate that with the right support at the right time, and above all with opportunities to continue to contribute to society in a meaningful way, it is possible to live well with dementia. These fascinating stories bring to life the characters behind the collective term 'people with dementia', and show that each person with dementia is a unique individual with their own personality, history, beliefs, cultural affinities and sense of humour, and their own way of adapting to the disabilities and opportunities which this condition confers. This unique collection of personal testimonies will be reassuring and encouraging for those coming to terms with a diagnosis of dementia, for their families and carers, and is essential reading for health and social care professionals at all levels.
3–9 MARCH – The Show – Who Fears To Speak ?, Dún Mhuire , Wexford . 7 APRIL – Mozart Requiem '98 ( commemorating all the dead of '98 , involving the Ulster Orchestra and choirs from the north and southeast and France ) , Rowe Street ...
Author: Peter Collins
Publisher: Ulster Historical Foundation
The Rebellion of 1798 was one of the most crucial events in modern Irish history, and the bicentenary commemorations throughout Ireland in 1998 provided much new understanding of an issue that has, down the years, been as divisive as it has been formative. Peter Collins provides here an absorbing and sensitively handled account of the changing nature of how the rebellion has been commemorated over the last 200 years. A particularly helpful feature of this book is the detailed almanac it provides of the commemorative bicentary events held throughout the island of Ireland in 1998. They were notable not only for quality of their output but also, encouragingly, for their inclusivity. For the most part, this time commemoration of '98 was an activity in which people found a common purpose rather than the source of divisiveness it had tended to be in years gone by.
Author: Gale, Cengage LearningPublish On: 2016-07-12
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Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher: Gale Cengage Learning
Category: Literary Criticism
A Study Guide for Laurie Halse Anderson's "Speak," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.
How to Speak Machine (blog), April 23, 2019, howtospeakmachine.com/2019/04/23/60mph-versus-the-speed-of-light. unethical sources of data collection: John Maeda, “Talk Data to Me. Or, First Party Data vs Second Party Data vs Third Party ...
Author: John Maeda
Publisher: Penguin UK
John Maeda is one of the world's preeminent thinkers on technology and design, and in How to Speak Machine, he offers a set of simple laws that govern not only the computers of today, but the unimaginable machines of the future. Machines are already more powerful than we can comprehend, and getting more powerful at an exponential pace. Once set in motion, algorithms never tire. And when a program's size, speed and endlessness combine with its ability to learn and transform itself, the outcome can be unpredictable and dangerous. Take the seemingly instant transformation of Microsoft's chatbot into a hate-spewing racist, or how crime-predicting algorithms reinforce racial bias. How To Speak Machine provides a coherent framework for today's product designers, business leaders and policymakers to grasp this brave new world. Drawing on his wide-ranging experience from engineering to computer science to design, Maeda shows how businesses and individuals can identify opportunities afforded by technology to make world-changing and inclusive products while avoiding the pitfalls inherent to the medium.
Author: University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research CenterPublish On: 2004
( Geiger , April 12 , 1998 , Edmonton Journal , F4 ) A week later , Klein , flanked by Cabinet ministers McClellan and Havelock , declared that the province would not invoke the notwithstanding clause .
Author: University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center
Publisher: University of Regina Press
This anthology of 19 articles documents the pain & misunderstanding that lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgendered people have experienced in the very recent past and demonstrates the real progress, both in theory & in practice, that has been made in the struggle for equity & social justice. The articles include autobiography, testament, fiction, poetry, and traditional personal & analytic essays, from authors with different intellectual perspectives: human rights, social reform & human justice, feminist, liberationist, and queer theory.
I'll be back to collect April. She has work tomorrow as well.” AS SOON AS they were alone, Sally turned to April. “Did you get the keys?” April looked down at her plate. “D-daddy didn't have his coat.” Sally bit back her disappointment.
Author: Grant McKenzie
Publisher: Polis Books
When Sally Blue was six years old, sleeping peacefully in her bed, a gunshot woke her up and subsequently ripped her world apart. Jolted awake by the scary noise, Sally ran to her parent’s bedroom for comfort. Instead, she found her mother slumped against the headboard, her ravaged nightdress drenched from a double-barreled wound. Climbing on the bed, Sally cradled her mother’s head against her tiny chest, mindless of the blood and the cloying stench of death. There was no sign of her father, and Sally was too frightened to call out, when a voice from deep within her dead mother’s throat screamed: “Run, Sally! Run!” Twenty-five years later, Sally has finally stopped running. She finds peace among the dead as a mortician’s beautician, and on the night of a strange murder that reawakens a special gift within her, she actually meets an interesting man: Jersey Castle, homicide detective by day, punk rock drummer by night. But what Sally doesn’t know is that someone has been hunting for her all this time, and now that she’s passed his test of blood, he will stop at nothing to bring her home again.
Author: Kathleen S. VerderberPublish On: 2017-12-11
Kathleen S. Verderber, Deanna D. Sellnow, Rudolph F. Verderber. ENDNOTES. 1. Retrieved online from http://klaq.com/baltimore -gang-members-speak-out-against-the-violence/. 32. McCauley, M.C. (2015, April 29).
Author: Kathleen S. Verderber
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Category: Business & Economics
4LTR Press solutions give students the option to choose the format that best suits their learning preferences. This option is perfect for those students who focus on the textbook as their main course resource. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Laura Smyth GroeningPublish On: 2005-01-18
However , when April finds the assaulted Cheryl in the hospital , it is evident that “ Cheryl has become symbolic of April's split - off ' Indianness ” ( 176 ) , and April begins a journey of reconciliation with her community .
Author: Laura Smyth Groening
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Literary Collections
Groening argues that what Frantz Fanon terms the "manichean allegory" has shaped European understanding of the New World to such an extent that the image patterns fundamental to the allegory continue to dominate depictions of Native characters. Although a world separated into two categories defined by light and dark, reason and emotion, mind and body, technology and nature, future and past is no longer also characterized as good and evil, revaluing the tropes has not made them disappear. And without their disappearance, good intentions notwithstanding, nonaboriginal Canadian writers will continue to portray Native characters as part of a dead and dying culture. Groening demonstrates that the real issue cannot be about censorship as censorship involves the abrogation of freedom, and the imagination is never truly free.
April 2, 2009 Beqinninq to Heal The Akasie: The subject we speak of now is on what you can do to change, evolve, and ultimately go forward. It all boils down to how you perceive yourself. Do you love and respect yourself?
Author: Jackie Mullinax
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
When Angels Speak is a channeled endeavor that has been gifted to the many people of the Earth plane. Now, more than at any other time throughout your history, this type of book is needed. The multitudes are awakening from their slumber. Because of this, we the Akasie, a group of star beings from Pleiades have come forth to give unto you this gift-these words. While there are other channeled books available, When Angels Speak is unique in the way that it is crafted around the author's personal journal entries that include her intimate fears concerning her psychic opening. A psychic opening is extraordinary on many levels, as you are open to receiving information through the physical senses like never before. With this new and significant awareness, relationships on all levels are challenged and many crumble under the weight of the numerous and unfamiliar responsibilities that have been thus created. We have chosen the experience of her psychic opening as the foundation of our teachings to help you understand that no matter what your life's journey is, your purpose is to remember that you are beings of the light, and to be in alignment with Spirit, you are to express yourself with love-be love. The Akasie
25'National Council of Churches of Christ Statement, April 2002. 30Peggy Briggs, interview, October 7, 1983. 31Feeley, interview, October 6, 1983. 32Greg Degiere, interview, January 16, 1984. 33Nuelear Times, February 1984, ...
Author: Paul Findley
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
The first book to speak out against the pervasive influence of the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) on American politics, policy, and institutions resonates today as never before. With careful documentation and specific case histories, former congressman Paul Findley demonstrates how the Israel lobby helps to shape important aspects of U.S. foreign policy and influences congressional, senatorial, and even presidential elections. Described are the undue influence AIPAC exerts in the Senate and the House and the pressure AIPAC brings to bear on university professors and journalists who seem too sympathetic to Arab and Islamic states and too critical of Israel and its policies. Along with many longtime outspoken critics, new voices speaking out include former President Jimmy Carter, U.S. Representative Cynthia McKinney, Senator Robert Byrd, prominent Arab-American Dr. Ziad Asali, Rabbi Michael Lerner, and journalist Charles Reese. In addition, the lack of open debate among politicians with regard to the U.S. policy in the Middle East is lamented, and AIPAC is blamed in part for this censorship. Connections are drawn between America's unconditional support of Israel and the raging anti-American passions around the world—and ultimately the tragic events of 9/11. This replaces 1556520735.