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Barren in the Promised Land

Barren in the Promised Land
  • Author : Elaine Tyler May
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1997
  • Total pages :318
  • ISBN : 9780674061828
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Summary : Chronicling astonishing shifts in public attitudes toward reproduction, May reveals the intersection between public life and the most private part of our lives--sexuality, procreation, and family.

Barren Wasteland

Barren Wasteland
  • Author : Veronica Ellen
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-04-15
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 1481719297
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Summary : What do you do when there is nothing you can do? When life creates circumstances which are inescapable and traumatic, all one can do to survive is to eradicate the poison from their spirits and persevere through the hardships anyway. Barren Wasteland is a collection of emotionally intense poems which are a response to many controversial issues faced both first-hand by the poet, and collectively as a society. There are times one can feel that everything has been lost, and hope becomes an impossibility. Our minds can become like a barren wasteland: beneath the garbage lies the richest and most fertile soil to plant the seeds of the future in. We grow the most in our darkest times, and it is our choice whether we see obstacles- or opportunities. From addiction to abusive relationships, and even suicide, few stones are left unturned in this rich volume of thought-provoking and soul-felt poetry.

Barren No More

Barren No More
  • Author : Barbara De Simon
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-01-25
  • Total pages :144
  • ISBN : 0994937164
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Summary : You've been trying to have a baby for years, to no avail. It's almost as if your fertility is locked up and the key is nowhere to be found. What if there was a key? Would you want to know what it is? What if the entanglements in our hearts had something to do with our bodies and how they work or perhaps don't work? In fact, the Bible tells us that they do. Proverbs 23:7 tells us that as a man thinks in his heart, so he is. It's time to get untangled and set free so that new life can spring forth from within us. It's time to be abundantly fruitful! Barren No More is and eye opening truth for bold believers who are pressing through barrenness to fruitfulness in Christ Jesus. This book is full of new strategy and big, bold prayers to grab hold of your miracle!

Building a Better Race

Building a Better Race
  • Author : Wendy Kline
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001
  • Total pages :218
  • ISBN : 9780520225022
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Summary : Its appeal to social conscience and shared desires to strengthen the family and civilization sparked popular as well as scientific interest."--BOOK JACKET.

''Sing O` Barren Woman''

''Sing O` Barren Woman''
  • Author : Lemmonstine Poindexter
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2010-02-22
  • Total pages :139
  • ISBN : 1450041221
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Summary : A daily devotional and book of encouragement for women whose wombs are barrenand for those who love them With a special chapter dedicated to women who lost their babies in the first few days of lifeas told by the real life experience of Mrs. Bernice Smith- Washington

The Ethics of Everyday Life

The Ethics of Everyday Life
  • Author : Michael Banner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-10-23
  • Total pages :320
  • ISBN : 0191030775
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Summary : The moments in Christ's human life noted in the creeds (his conception, birth, suffering, death, and burial) are events which would likely appear in a syllabus for a course in social anthropology, for they are of special interest and concern in human life, and also sites of contention and controversy, where what it is to be human is discovered, constructed, and contested. In other words, these are the occasions for profound and continuing questioning regarding the meaning of human life, as controversies to do with IVF, abortion, euthanasia, and the use of bodies or body parts post mortem plainly indicate. Thus the following questions arise, how do the instances in Christ's life represent human life, and how do these representations relate to present day cultural norms, expectations, and newly emerging modes of relationship, themselves shaping and framing human life? How does the Christian imagination of human life, which dwells on and draws from the life of Christ, not only articulate its own, but also come into conversation with and engage other moral imaginaries of the human? Michael Banner argues that consideration of these questions requires study of moral theology, therefore, he reconceives its nature and tasks, and in particular, its engagement with social anthropology. Drawing from social anthropology and Christian thought and practice from many periods, and influenced especially by his engagement in public policy matters including as a member of the UK's Human Tissue Authority, Banner aims to develop the outlines of an everyday ethics, stretching from before the cradle to after the grave.

Making Sense of Women's Lives

Making Sense of Women's Lives
  • Author : Lauri Umansky, co-editor with Paul K. Longmore,Michele Plott
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000-08-01
  • Total pages :572
  • ISBN : 1461608228
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Summary : Making Sense of Women's Lives presents a wide range of writings about women's lives in the United States. Michele Plott and Lauri Umansky have drawn on their experiences as both students and professors to assemble the collection. Seeking to provide as full a sampling from a diverse and intellectually vibrant field as one volume permits, the editors have also chosen writing that makes an enjoyable read. A few of the selections here represent the undisputed 'classics' of the field. More of them constitute simply the works, drawn from academic and nonacademic sources alike, that could make a difference in understanding what it means to be female in America.

The General Stud-book

The General Stud-book
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1865
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 09876543XX
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The General Stud Book Containing Pedigrees of English Race Horses, &c. &c. from the Earliest Accounts to the Year 1831, Inclusive

The General Stud Book Containing Pedigrees of English Race Horses, &c. &c. from the Earliest Accounts to the Year 1831, Inclusive
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1913
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 09876543XX
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In the Beginning

In the Beginning
  • Author : Karen Armstrong
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-08-10
  • Total pages :208
  • ISBN : 0307798615
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Summary : “Karen Armstrong is a genius.”—A. N. Wilson As the foundation stone of the Jewish and Christian scriptures, The Book of Genesis unfolds some of the most arresting stories of world literature—the Creation; Adam and Eve; Cain and Abel; the sacrifice of Isaac. Yet the meaning of Genesis remains enigmatic. In this fascinating volume, Karen Armstrong, author of the highly acclaimed bestseller A History of God, brilliantly illuminates the mysteries and profundities of this mystifying work. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Karen Armstrong's Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life. “A lyrical chronicle of one woman's wrestling with Genesis that can serve as a guide to others . . . As notable for its scholarship as it is for its honesty and vulnerability.”—Publishers Weekly “Armstrong can simplify complex ideas, but she is never simplistic.”—The New York Times Book Review

Barren, Wild, and Worthless

Barren, Wild, and Worthless
  • Author : Susan J. Tweit
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2003-02-01
  • Total pages :203
  • ISBN : 9780816523337
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Summary : Appearing barren and most definitely wild, the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico and the southwestern United States may look worthless to some, but for Susan Tweit it is an inspiration. In this collection of seven elegant personal essays, she explores undiscovered facets of this seemingly hostile environment. With eloquence, passion, and insight, she describes and reflects on the relationship between the land, history, and people and makes this underappreciated region less barren for those who would share her journeys. "There's often little to this terrain, but to the author it's a beautiful landscape bursting with stories and wildlife, with big cities and small chunks of quietness found in few other places on earth. Tweit's essays have a pleasant style that combines history with personal discovery." —Book Talk "Sense of place is measured by one's awareness of the landscape and the extent to which it dictates thought and behavior. Barren, Wild, and Worthless dramatizes the aspirations, needs, and functional rhythms of life that are revealed and defined by this seventh sense." —Southwestern American Literature

A Breed of Barren Metal

A Breed of Barren Metal
  • Author : James William Bennett
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1895
  • Total pages :258
  • ISBN : 09876543XX
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On Snow-shoes to the Barren Grounds

On Snow-shoes to the Barren Grounds
  • Author : Caspar Whitney
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1896
  • Total pages :324
  • ISBN : 09876543XX
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Generation Unbound

Generation Unbound
  • Author : Isabel V. Sawhill
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-09-25
  • Total pages :212
  • ISBN : 0815725590
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Summary : Over half of all births to young adults in the United States now occur outside of marriage, and many are unplanned. The result is increased poverty and inequality for children. The left argues for more social support for unmarried parents; the right argues for a return to traditional marriage. In Generation Unbound, Isabel V. Sawhill offers a third approach: change "drifters" into "planners." In a well-written and accessible survey of the impact of family structure on child well-being, Sawhill contrasts "planners," who are delaying parenthood until after they marry, with "drifters," who are having unplanned children early and outside of marriage. These two distinct patterns are contributing to an emerging class divide and threatening social mobility in the United States. Sawhill draws on insights from the new field of behavioral economics, showing that it is possible, by changing the default, to move from a culture that accepts a high number of unplanned pregnancies to a culture in which adults only have children when they are ready to be a parent.

Killing the Black Body

Killing the Black Body
  • Author : Dorothy Roberts
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-02-19
  • Total pages :384
  • ISBN : 0804152594
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Summary : The image of the “Welfare Queen” still dominates white America’s perceptions of Black women. It is an image that also continues to shape our government’s policies concerning Black women’s reproductive decisions. Proposed legislation to alleviate poverty focuses on plans to deny benefits to children born to welfare mothers and to require insertion of birth control implants as a condition of receiving aid. Meanwhile a booming fertility industry serves primarily infertile white couples. In Killing the Black Body, Northwestern University professor Dorothy Roberts exposes America’s systemic abuse of Black women’s bodies, from slave masters’ economic stake in bonded women’s fertility to government programs that coerced thousands of poor Black women into being sterilized as late as the 1970s. These abuses, Roberts argues, point not only to the degradation of Black motherhood but to the exclusion of Black women’s reproductive needs from the feminist agenda. Groundbreaking, authoritative, and timely, Killing the Black Body is both a powerful legal argument and a valuable aid for teachers, activists, and policy makers in creating a vision of reproductive freedom that respects each and every American.

Battleground: M-Z

Battleground: M-Z
  • Author : Amy Lind,Stephanie Brzuzy
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008
  • Total pages :662
  • ISBN : 9780313340390
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Summary : Whether in the home or in the public arenas of media, work, sports, politics, art or religion, women often become embroiled as subjects in the political, social, and cultural debates in America. People on all areas of the political landscape see women in diverse and conflicting ways -- as either too liberated or not liberated enough, or whether and how gender and sexual roles are rooted in either biology or culture. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality helps readers navigate contemporary issues and debates pertaining to women's lives in the United States and globally. This work examines how science and culture intertwine to influence how we think about our identities, desires, relationships, and societal roles today. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality comprises lengthy, in-depth discussions of the most timely issues that are debated in today's culture, such as: Birth Control BLComparable Worth BLDisability and Gender BLGlass Ceiling BLImmigration BLPlastic Surgery, Tatooing, and Piercing BLSame-Sex Marriage BLSexual Assault and Sexual Harrassment Each essay provides a balanced overview of these hot-button topics, and a list of works for Further Reading after each entry serves as a stepping-stone to more in-depth material for students who are writing papers or researching reports.

Ambivalence, a Love Story

Ambivalence, a Love Story
  • Author : John Donatich
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2005-12-27
  • Total pages :240
  • ISBN : 146683272X
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Summary : Ambivalence, a Love Story is a deeply nuanced accounting in which two people come together to make a marriage work. Rarely has marriage and its compromises been so intimately portrayed, especially when tested by depression, unemployment, miscarriage and other realities of contemporary life. Whether inside the sterile out-placement offices for reengineered executives or traipsing through the suburban homes and competing lifestyles with perky realtors, Donatich muses on life's transitions with rare candor and insight. Ambivalence traces the inner life of a man coming into adulthood: on being first generation, on interfaith marriage, on playing the accordion and ultimately on the question of whether we are better off solitary or coupled. But at heart, it is a tender -- if circumspect -- love story. An astonishing middle-aged debut.

The Traffic in Babies

The Traffic in Babies
  • Author : Karen A. Balcom
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-12-15
  • Total pages :448
  • ISBN : 1442657812
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Summary : Between 1930 and the mid-1970s, several thousand Canadian-born children were adopted by families in the United States. At times, adopting across the border was a strategy used to deliberately avoid professional oversight and take advantage of varying levels of regulation across states and provinces. The Traffic in Babies traces the efforts of Canadian and American child welfare leaders—with intermittent support from immigration officials, politicians, police, and criminal prosecutors—to build bridges between disconnected jurisdictions and control the flow of babies across the Canada-U.S. border. Karen A. Balcom details the dramatic and sometimes tragic history of cross-border adoptions—from the Ideal Maternity Home case and the Alberta Babies-for-Export scandal to trans-racial adoptions of Aboriginal children. Exploring how and why babies were moved across borders, The Traffic in Babies is a fascinating look at how social workers and other policy makers tried to find the birth mothers, adopted children, and adoptive parents who disappeared into the spaces between child welfare and immigration laws in Canada and the United States.

The Columbia History of Post-World War II America

The Columbia History of Post-World War II America
  • Author : Mark C Carnes
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2007-07-06
  • Total pages :544
  • ISBN : 0231511809
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Summary : Beginning with an analysis of cultural themes and ending with a discussion of evolving and expanding political and corporate institutions, The Columbia History of Post-World War II America addresses changes in America's response to the outside world; the merging of psychological states and social patterns in memorial culture, scandal culture, and consumer culture; the intersection of social practices and governmental policies; the effect of technological change on society and politics; and the intersection of changing belief systems and technological development, among other issues. Many had feared that Orwellian institutions would crush the individual in the postwar era, but a major theme of this book is the persistence of individuality and diversity. Trends toward institutional bigness and standardization have coexisted with and sometimes have given rise to a countervailing pattern of individualized expression and consumption. Today Americans are exposed to more kinds of images and music, choose from an infinite variety of products, and have a wide range of options in terms of social and sexual arrangements. In short, they enjoy more ways to express their individuality despite the ascendancy of immense global corporations, and this volume imaginatively explores every facet of this unique American experience.

The General Stud-book, Containing Pedigrees of Race Horses, &c. &c. from the Earliest Accounts to the Year ... Inclusive

The General Stud-book, Containing Pedigrees of Race Horses, &c. &c. from the Earliest Accounts to the Year ... Inclusive
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1873
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 09876543XX
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My Promised Land

My Promised Land
  • Author : Ari Shavit
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-11-19
  • Total pages :512
  • ISBN : 0812984641
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Summary : NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW AND THE ECONOMIST Winner of the Natan Book Award, the National Jewish Book Award, and the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award An authoritative and deeply personal narrative history of the State of Israel, by one of the most influential journalists writing about the Middle East today Not since Thomas L. Friedman’s groundbreaking From Beirut to Jerusalem has a book captured the essence and the beating heart of the Middle East as keenly and dynamically as My Promised Land. Facing unprecedented internal and external pressures, Israel today is at a moment of existential crisis. Ari Shavit draws on interviews, historical documents, private diaries, and letters, as well as his own family’s story, illuminating the pivotal moments of the Zionist century to tell a riveting narrative that is larger than the sum of its parts: both personal and national, both deeply human and of profound historical dimension. We meet Shavit’s great-grandfather, a British Zionist who in 1897 visited the Holy Land on a Thomas Cook tour and understood that it was the way of the future for his people; the idealist young farmer who bought land from his Arab neighbor in the 1920s to grow the Jaffa oranges that would create Palestine’s booming economy; the visionary youth group leader who, in the 1940s, transformed Masada from the neglected ruins of an extremist sect into a powerful symbol for Zionism; the Palestinian who as a young man in 1948 was driven with his family from his home during the expulsion from Lydda; the immigrant orphans of Europe’s Holocaust, who took on menial work and focused on raising their children to become the leaders of the new state; the pragmatic engineer who was instrumental in developing Israel’s nuclear program in the 1960s, in the only interview he ever gave; the zealous religious Zionists who started the settler movement in the 1970s; the dot-com entrepreneurs and young men and women behind Tel-Aviv’s booming club scene; and today’s architects of Israel’s foreign policy with Iran, whose nuclear threat looms ominously over the tiny country. As it examines the complexities and contradictions of the Israeli condition, My Promised Land asks difficult but important questions: Why did Israel come to be? How did it come to be? Can Israel survive? Culminating with an analysis of the issues and threats that Israel is currently facing, My Promised Land uses the defining events of the past to shed new light on the present. The result is a landmark portrait of a small, vibrant country living on the edge, whose identity and presence play a crucial role in today’s global political landscape. Praise for My Promised Land “This book will sweep you up in its narrative force and not let go of you until it is done. [Shavit’s] accomplishment is so unlikely, so total . . . that it makes you believe anything is possible, even, God help us, peace in the Middle East.”—Simon Schama, Financial Times “[A] must-read book.”—Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times “Important and powerful . . . the least tendentious book about Israel I have ever read.”—Leon Wieseltier, The New York Times Book Review “Spellbinding . . . Shavit’s prophetic voice carries lessons that all sides need to hear.”—The Economist “One of the most nuanced and challenging books written on Israel in years.”—The Wall Street Journal