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Lesbians, Gays and the Empowerment Perspective (Empowering the Powerless Ser.) - Tully, Carol T
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2003, ISBN: 9780231109598

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Sterling/Tamos. Very Good. 2003. First Edition. Softcover. 1895569532 . Ex-library book, but still in great condition - sturdy laminated cover and usual ex-lib type markings such as front and spine sticker. Internal pages clean and tight, one creased page, profusely illustrated in colour. Cover has light scuffing. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 96 pages; "Grade 10 Up--An excellent resource for information about kite building, the aerodynamics involved in flying these graceful objects, and their history and lore. The book requires complicated measuring and cutting, makes use of materials that are not easy to find, and has a challenging vocabulary. Schmidt provides a detailed introduction about how and why kites fly. He then presents one set of general instructions, containing 20 steps along with illustrations, that provides the basics for the 18 designs that follow. From the "Red Admiral" to the "Albatross," each of these projects includes a materials list and an intricate grid design for cutting and measuring, along with a vibrant full-color photo of the completed kite. It might be difficult for some readers to switch back and forth between these specifics and the general directions. Items that are not readily available are noted, along with tips on where to find them. Interesting facts about kites are interspersed throughout the book. A good choice for advanced kite builders." [441-osl] ., Sterling/Tamos, 2003, Washington: Leatherneck Assn. Inc. 1966. 208pp. illus. white pictorial cloth 8vo: Good+ in a generally Good dj torn @ spine head & top corners [pages are slightly rippled; slight mustiness retained by slicker magazine type paper; else a complete & tight copy] An illustrated history of the house at 801 G Street SE in Washington, DC, now 8th and I Streets, home of the Commandants of the Marine Corps since 1806., Washington: Leatherneck Assn. Inc, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Columbia University Press, 2000. Near Fine+. Cover slightly rubbed. Spine is uncreased. Pages clean and unmarked. 303 pp., includes index. Illustrated. A clean and solid copy. "The most comprehensive resource to date on the methods of empowerment with lesbian and gay clients, this book explores the history and politics of gay identity and explains the basis and development of the empowerment approach in social work practice in the United States. After analyzing the different types of homophobia (individual, institutional, and internalized) and how these are manifested in real life situations, Tully addresses the special needs and issues particular to three age groups: gay and lesbian youth, adults, and older clients. The author offers practical applications for the social worker and client at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels, from helping a teenage client to discover a personal sexual orientation (micro), to organizing a social event for lesbians and gays (mezzo), to building a community coalition (macro). Eye-opening case studies are provided for each age group and cover everything from defining problems, identifying the underlying issues causing them, understanding the role of homophobia, and the application of the empowerment perspective.". Trade Paperback. Near Fine+/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Columbia University Press, 2000

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2003, ISBN: 9780231109598

ID: 129474669

Warner Books. 2003. Paperback. Very Good+. In seven bestselling novels (from Relic to The Ice Limit), Preston and Chil d have delivered a body of science-based thrillers that for high excitement and robust scientific imaginings rival those of Michael Crichton. Their ei ghth outing is another richly entertaining tale, about the hunt for a seemi ngly immortal serial killer at work in New York City. Preston and Child rev ive characters and settings from earlier novels, often a red flag that auth orial imagination is tiring; but in this case, all comes together with zing . There's FBI Special Agent Pendergast (from Relic), pale, refined and poss essed of a Holmes-like brain; dogged New York Times reporter William Smithb ack Jr. and his fiery erstwhile girlfriend, Nora Kelly of the New York (rea d American, where Preston used to work) Museum of Natural History (both cha racters from Thunderhead with the museum the setting for Relic). The action begins when groundbreaking for an apartment tower in downtown Manhattan re veals a charnel house of murder victims from the late 19th century. Enter P endergast, who for unexplained reasons taps Kelly to study the remains befo re the site is stripped by the building's developer, a Donald Trump-type wh o, with the mayor's backing, will accept no construction delays. As Kelly c alls on Smithback for investigative help, the city is struck by killings th at duplicate the earlier murders, with the victims' spinal cords ripped awa y and clues pointing to a 19th-century scientist who sought the secret of i mmortality. Featuring fabulous locales, colorful characters, pointed riffs on city and museum politics, cool forensic and paleontological speculation, Warner Books, 2003, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Columbia University Press, 2000. Near Fine+. Cover slightly rubbed. Spine is uncreased. Pages clean and unmarked. 303 pp., includes index. Illustrated. A clean and solid copy. "The most comprehensive resource to date on the methods of empowerment with lesbian and gay clients, this book explores the history and politics of gay identity and explains the basis and development of the empowerment approach in social work practice in the United States. After analyzing the different types of homophobia (individual, institutional, and internalized) and how these are manifested in real life situations, Tully addresses the special needs and issues particular to three age groups: gay and lesbian youth, adults, and older clients. The author offers practical applications for the social worker and client at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels, from helping a teenage client to discover a personal sexual orientation (micro), to organizing a social event for lesbians and gays (mezzo), to building a community coalition (macro). Eye-opening case studies are provided for each age group and cover everything from defining problems, identifying the underlying issues causing them, understanding the role of homophobia, and the application of the empowerment perspective.". Trade Paperback. Near Fine+/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Columbia University Press, 2000

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2000, ISBN: 9780231109598

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Trade Paperback, 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall., Near Fine+ No Jacket (as issued), Sociology|SOCIOLOGY SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL Tully, Carol T. Lesbians, Gays and the Empowerment Perspective (Empowering the Powerless Ser. ), Near Fine+. Cover slightly rubbed. Spine is uncreased. Pages clean and unmarked. 303 pp., includes index. Illustrated. A clean and solid copy. "The most comprehensive resource to date on the methods of empowerment with lesbian and gay clients, this book explores the history and politics of gay identity and explains the basis and development of the empowerment approach in social work practice in the United States. After analyzing the different types of homophobia (individual, institutional, and internalized) and how these are manifested in real life situations, Tully addresses the special needs and issues particular to three age groups: gay and lesbian youth, adults, and older clients. The author offers practical applications for the social worker and client at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels, from helping a teenage client to discover a personal sexual orientation (micro), to organizing a social event for lesbians and gays (mezzo), to building a community coalition (macro). Eye-opening case studies are provided for each age group and cover everything from defining problems, identifying the underlying issues causing them, understanding the role of homophobia, and the application of the empowerment perspective.", New York, NY, U.S.A., [PU: Columbia University Press]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: COLUMBIA UNIV PR], The most comprehensive resource to date on the methods of empowerment with lesbian and gay clients, this book explores the history and politics of gay identity and explains the basis and development of the empowerment approach in social work practice in the United States. After analyzing the different types of homophobia (individual, institutional, and internalized) and how these are manifested in real life situations, Tully addresses the special needs and issues particular to three age groups: gay and lesbian youth, adults, and older clients. The author offers practical applications for the social worker and client at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels, from helping a teenage client to discover a personal sexual orientation (micro), to organizing a social event for lesbians and gays (mezzo), to building a community coalition (macro). Eye-opening case studies are provided for each age group and cover everything from defining problems, identifying the underlying issues causing them, understanding the role of homophobia, and the application of the empowerment perspective. 320 pages Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Lesbians, Gays, and the Empowerment Perspective

The most comprehensive resource to date on the methods of empowerment with lesbian and gay clients, this book explores the history and politics of gay identity and explains the basis and development of the empowerment approach in social work practice in the United States. After analyzing the different types of homophobia (individual, institutional, and internalized) and how these are manifested in real life situations, Tully addresses the special needs and issues particular to three age groups: gay and lesbian youth, adults, and older clients. The author offers practical applications for the social worker and client at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels, from helping a teenage client to discover a personal sexual orientation (micro), to organizing a social event for lesbians and gays (mezzo), to building a community coalition (macro). Eye-opening case studies are provided for each age group and cover everything from defining problems, identifying the underlying issues causing them, understanding the role of homophobia, and the application of the empowerment perspective.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780231109598
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0231109598
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2000
Editeur: Columbia University Press
320 Pages
Poids: 0,440 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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