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📒Global Change And Challenge ✍ Robert Bennett
✏Global Change and Challenge Book Summary : We are now experiencing a period of unprecedented change; what amounts to a global revolution in our economy, society and awareness of the human impact on the environment. Global Change and Challenge examines some of the crucial issues facing society in the 1990s and how geography can contribute to their understanding and management. Using the broad theme of how societies adapt to change, the contributors seek to present a range of views on the `geography of change' in an accessible form for both school and university students. The general aim of the book is as much to encourage students to understand where we are and where we have some from, as to where we may be going. Robert Bennett and Robert Estall are both Professors of Geography at the London School of Economics. The contributors were all members of the Department of Geography at the LSE at the time of writing.
📒Change And Challenge My Life After Thirty ✍ Joan Lorch Staple
✏Change and Challenge My Life After Thirty Book Summary : Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty is the sequel of Chance and Choice, My First Thirty Years (2007). It describes the birth of the author's two sons in the 1950s and the change from her life as a London research biologist to motherhood in rural England. After emigrating to Birmingham, Alabama Joan faced the challenge of raising her sons in a segregated society. In 1963 the Staple family moved to Buffalo, NY; here Joan resumed her research, which involved the 'creation' of living amoebas, as well as witnessing the evolution of a new amoeba strain. Coping with teenagers in the Sixties and starting her teaching career at a Jesuit college complete the story.
📒Change And Challenge ✍ Michael G. Whisson
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📒Change And Challenge ✍ Oscar Isaiah Janowsky
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📒Challenge And Change ✍ Norma C. Noonan
✏Challenge and Change Book Summary : This edited volume addresses how the state system, the organizing political institution in world politics, copes with challenges of rapid change, unanticipated crises, and general turmoil in the twenty-first century. These disruptions are occurring against the background of declining US influence and the rising power of countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Traditional inter-state security concerns coexist with new security preoccupations, such as rivalries likely to erupt over the resources of the global commons, the threat of cyber warfare, the ever-present threat of terrorism, and the economic and social repercussions of globalization. The contributors explore these key themes and the challenges posed by rapid change.
📒City Of Change And Challenge ✍ Chris Couch
✏City of Change and Challenge Book Summary : This title was first published in 2003. Over the last 30 years, Liverpool has undergone more economic restructuring and urban change than virtually any other city in Britain and Europe. It has also been a testing ground for almost every experiment and innovation in modern urban policy. City of Change and Challenge analyses the urban planning and regeneration experience in Liverpool over this period. In doing so, it considers the extent to which the pressure to create jobs has led to economic development aims consistently taking precedence over environmental and social concerns, and the degree to which regeneration has been dominated by centralised and top-down approaches without a strong strategic planning framework. It also discusses why some policies and programmes have been more successful than others and what lessons might be learned, not only by Liverpool's future policy makers, but also by planners, politicians and academics throughout the world.
📒Women Cross Culturally ✍ Ruby Rohrlich-Leavitt
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📒Challenge And Change For The Early Years Workforce ✍ Christine Ritchie
✏Challenge and Change for the Early Years Workforce Book Summary : The early years sector is going through a period of unprecedented change. This has resulted in significant challenges for the early years workforce and it is crucial that settings, teams, leaders and individual practitioners respond to these if they wish to continue to provide the best care and education for young children. This timely text identifies and addresses the key challenges for those working with young children from managing personal and professional change, adapting to new legislation and considering new ways of thinking about children’s early learning. It considers the core knowledge and understanding of good practice that enables practitioners to respond appropriately and with confidence to issues they face on daily basis. Covering a wide range of diverse topics including professional identity, neuroscience, outdoor education, literacy, special educational needs, the family and the ‚risk‘ factor, the book encourages the reader to reflect upon their own views and attitudes towards change practice and includes: Chapter overviews and summary boxes Case studies to highlight good practice Questions to promote debate Annotated further reading Aimed specifically at those that are studying and working with children from birth to 8, this book will be a core text for Foundation Degrees in early years, early childhood studies and those working towards Early Years Teacher Status.
📒Residential Change And Demographic Challenge ✍ Dr Annegret Haase
✏Residential Change and Demographic Challenge Book Summary : Going beyond the assumption that East Central European cities are still 'in transition' this book draws on the postsocialism paradigm to ask new questions about the impact of demographic change on residential developments in this region. Focussing on four second-order cities in this region, it examines Gdansk and Lódz in Poland and Brno and Ostrava in the Czech Republic as examples and deals with the nexus between urban development and demographic change for the context of East Central European cities. It provides a framework for linking urban and demographic research. It discusses how residential areas and urban developments cope with changes in population development, household types and different forms of in- and out-migration and goes on to explore parallels and differences in comparison with broader European patterns. This book will be useful to academics of urban planning and development especially in transition areas, Central and Eastern European studies, demographics and population studies, and sociology/social exclusion.
📒Change And Challenge ✍ George F. Macdonald
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