Volume 2 of Libraries in the Early 21st Century: An International Perspective includes chapters from many countries of all continents. Authors have discussed the progress made by their libraries including introduction of technology in ...
Author: Ravindra N. Sharma
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Following the pattern of the first volume, the second volume of Libraries in the early 21st century: An international perspective extends the range of countries covered. Each chapter covers a different country and describes the modern history, development of libraries and library technology. The careful selection of countries achieves good representation of professional library work on all continents. This two-volume work represents an excellent contribution to international librarianship and allows comparative studies both at graduate and professional level.
Shonkoff, J. and Phillips, D.A. (2000) From neurons to neighborhoods: The science of early child development, ... to a typology of family parenting styles and adolescent outcomes', Journal of Family Issues, vol 28, no 2, pp 212-41.
Author: Hansen, Kirstine
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Social Science
This book documents the first five years of life of the children of the influential Millennium Cohort Study, which is tracking almost 19,000 babies born in 2000 and 2001 in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This book is the second in a series of books which will report on the findings from the data and follows on from Children of the 21st century: From birth to nine months (The Policy Press, 2005). It takes an extended look at the children's lives and development as they grow and begin formal education, and the implications for family policy, and service planning in health and social services. The chapters in this book are written by experts across a wide range of social science and health fields and form a unique look at the early lives of children that cuts across disciplinary boundaries. It is essential reading for academics, students and researchers in these fields. It will also be of relevance to policy makers and practitioners with an interest in children's early years, family life, child development, child poverty, childcare and education and health care.
We should thank Sanskrit for the 21st century. Medium. ... Indian Thought and Western Science in the Nineteenth Century. ... Sharma, Ravindra N. Libraries in the early 21st century, volume 2: An international perspective.
Author: Sahana Singh
Publisher: Global Collective Publishers
Long before the first European universities appeared, India already had multi-disciplinary centers of learning that fuelled a knowledge revolution around the world. This book fills a dire need to chronicle the great educational heritage of India. It describes a unique ecosystem which ensured that Gurus and Acharyas handed the lamp of learning to generations of students. As the author puts it, “When swords quenched their thirst and famine ravaged the lands, Indians still held on to their truth that there was nothing more purifying than knowledge.” She has collated information from oral history, local lore, travelogs, surviving literature, inscriptions, salvaged manuscripts, and accounts of scholars and laity. Historically, the book covers a vast time span from ancient India’s traditions to the deliberate destruction of its heritage. It also outlines steps that can be taken today to incorporate the most relevant aspects of ancient learning systems into the current structure of school and university education.
This book series was first envisioned as a single title called The New Librarianship. ... will tentatively be: • Volume 1: Leading the 21st-Century Academic Library • Volume 2: Enhancing Teaching and Learning in the 21st-Century ...
Author: Bradford Lee Eden
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Leading the 21st Century Academic Library: Successful Strategies for Envisioning and Realizing Preferred Futures will explore the new roles and directions academic libraries are taking in the 21st century as a consequence of visionary leadership in exploring diverse futures.
The Great Library of Alexandria? 2010. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtoXaR7wgiI. ... Sharma, Ravindra N. Libraries in the early 21st century, volume 2: An international perspective. s.l. : De Gruyter Saur, 2012. A.L.Srivastava.
Author: Sahana Singh
Publisher: Notion Press
Just a thousand years ago, India was dotted with universities across its length and breadth, where international students flocked to gain credentials in advanced education. This illustrated book describes how these multi-disciplinary centers of learning existed in several forms such as forest universities, brick-and-mortar universities and temple universities. It examines the funding for these citadels of learning and their graduation ceremonies. The process by which India’s ancient systems of education helped to fuel a knowledge revolution around the world with its manuscripts, forming the basis for monographs and academic papers, is explained with references. The marauding incursions by Muslim invaders, which disrupted the idyllic world of university learning in India, followed by European colonization, which led to further erosion and degeneration of India’s traditional learning systems, have been taken up in some detail. Readers will get a snapshot view of India's education system down the ages from ancient to modern times.
(2) The percentage of legislators, senior officials, and managers that is female is 26 in Hong Kong and 26 in ... two and a half decades after 1967, then drops steadily through the 1990s and the first eight years of the 21st century.
Author: Peter Hodgkinson
Category: Social Science
The essays selected for this volume develop conventional abolition discourse and explore the conceptual framework through which abolition is understood and posited. Of particular interest is the attention given to an integral but often forgotten element of the abolition debate: alternatives to capital punishment. The volume also provides an account of strategies employed by the abolition community which challenges tired methodologies and offers a level of transparency previously unseen. This collection tackles complex but fundamental components of the capital punishment debate using empirical data and expert observations and is essential reading for those wishing to comprehend the fundamental issues which underpin capital punishment discourse.
Author: William H. Patterson, Jr.Publish On: 2014-06-03
After five years, most hardcover sales of most books were made to libraries— and libraries weren't buying Stranger; Minton thought it was because of two negative reviews in library journals early on. But this made no sense in terms of ...
Author: William H. Patterson, Jr.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with his Century: 1948-1988 The Man Who Learned Better: The real-life story of Robert A. Heinlein in the second volume of the authorized biography by William H. Patterson! Robert A. Heinlein (1907–1988) is generally considered the greatest American science fiction writer of the twentieth century. His most famous and widely influential works include the Future History series (stories and novels collected in The Past Through Tomorrow and continued in later novels), Starship Troopers, Stranger in a Strange Land, and The Moon is a Harsh Mistress—all published in the years covered by this volume. He was a friend of admirals, bestselling writers, and artists; became committed to defending the United States during the Cold War; and was on the advisory committee that helped Ronald Reagan create the Star Wars Strategic Defense Initiative in the 1980s. Heinlein was also devoted to space flight and humanity's future in space, and he was a commanding presence to all around him in his lifetime. Given his desire for privacy in the later decades of his life, the revelations in this biography make for riveting reading. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Author: International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP)Publish On: 2018-07-31
First published 2018 Printed in the United Kingdom by TJ International Ltd. Padstow Cornwall A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: ...
Author: International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Political Science
This is the second of three volumes containing a report from the International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP). The IPSP is an independent association of top research scholars with the goal of assessing methods for improving the main institutions of modern societies. Written in accessible language by scholars across the social sciences and humanities, these volumes assess the achievements of world societies in past centuries, the current trends, the dangers that we are now facing, and the possible futures in the twenty-first century. It covers the main socio-economic, political, and cultural dimensions of social progress, global as well as regional issues, and the diversity of challenges and their interplay around the world. This particular volume covers topics such as democracy and the rule of law, violence and wars, international organizations and global governance, and media and communications.
ISBN 978—1—77143—077—7 (pdf) Additional cataloguing data available from Library and Archives Canada Cover artwork by David Ampola. Extreme care has been taken by the author to ensure that all information presented in this book is ...
Author: Gloria G. Brame
Publisher: CCB Publishing
Readers say Dr. Gloria Brame has changed their lives. Find out why in SEX FOR GROWN-UPS. The ultimate sex-positive adult primer, SEX FOR GROWN-UPS, takes a delightfully original and upbeat approach to sex based on three simple rules--that human sexual behavior is complicated, that sex and gender diversity are normal, and that all adults can have pleasurable sex. In a radical departure from institutionalized theories about what sex should be, Brame explains the facts about what sex actually is, and shows you how to use this information to improve your sex life and relationships. Drawing on sex history, scientific data, sex studies, medical studies, and stories from her private practice, SEX FOR GROWN-UPS gives you sex education you never knew you needed and will always be grateful you received. About the Author: GLORIA G. BRAME, Ph.D. in Human Sexuality, is an author, blogger, sex historian, board-certified sexologist, and sex therapist in private practice. Brame is the world's leading authority on fetishes and BDSM, and is a much-quoted expert on mainstream sexual issues, including performance disorders and orgasmic function. In addition to The Truth About Sex, Volume I: Sex and the Self and Volume II: Sex for Grown-Ups, she is the author of perennial bestsellers Different Loving: The World of Sexual Dominance and Submission and Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide to Kinky Sex. A full professor of Human Sexuality at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, Brame also sits on the board of the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance. Most recently, Brame was named among the "10 Best Sex and Dating Experts," by DatingAdvice.com. Google Gloria Brame or follow @DrGloriaBrame on Twitter.