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📒Working Hard Drinking Hard ✍ Adrienne Pine
✏Working Hard Drinking Hard Book Summary : "Honduras is violent." Adrienne Pine situates this oft-repeated claim at the center of her vivid and nuanced chronicle of Honduran subjectivity. Through an examination of three major subject areas—violence, alcohol, and the export-processing (maquiladora) industry—Pine explores the daily relationships and routines of urban Hondurans. She views their lives in the context of the vast economic footprint on and ideological domination of the region by the United States, powerfully elucidating the extent of Honduras's dependence. She provides a historically situated ethnographic analysis of this fraught relationship and the effect it has had on Hondurans' understanding of who they are. The result is a rich and visceral portrait of a culture buffeted by the forces of globalization and inequality.
✏An Essay on Intemperance Particularly Hard drinking By Theophilus Philanthropos Book Summary :
📒What Do You Say After You Say Hello ✍ Eric Berne
✏What Do You Say After You Say Hello Book Summary : What Do You Say After You Say Hello? explains what makes the winners win, the losers lose, and the in-betweens so boring... In it, Dr Eric Berne reveals how everyone's life follows a predetermined script - a script they compose for themselves during early childhood. The script may be a sad one, it may be a successful one; it decides how a person will relate to his colleagues, what sort of person he will marry, how many children he will have, and even what sort of bed he will die in... What Do You Say After You Say Hello? demonstrates how each life script gets written, how it works and, more important, how anyone can improvise or change his script to make a happy ending...
📒Healing River ✍ William Delia
✏Healing River Book Summary : When Luther Cranstons cancer miraculously disappears after being baptized in the Jericho River, his healing brings hope to some and conflict and controversy to others. Somelike a young father paralyzed by a stroke, a terminally ill woman of faith, and a nine-year-old boy who suffers life-threatening seizureswonder, Do the healing waters of the Jericho hold a miracle for me? Otherslike a local newspaper editor and the pastor who baptized Lutherquestion if this healing is to be believed, especially when a prominent televangelist tries to capitalize on Luthers miracle. Together, they realize that all of us are in need of some form of healing. As Pastor J. C. Hale tells them, Some of us are broken and in need of healing. Some of us are empty and looking to be filled. Some of us are lost and hoping to be found. Some of us are burdened down and looking for relief. Some of us are hopeless and longing for some reason, any reason, to carry on. Some of us are questioning and looking for answers. Some of us believe but have doubts. Some of us do not believe and doubt that we ever will. Some of us need to forgive, and some of us need to be forgiven. But all of usall of usneed to know that we are loved by God.
📒The Royal Dictionary Abridged ✍ Abel Boyer
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📒Boyer S Royal Dictionary Abridged ✍ Abel Boyer
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📒The Royal Dictionary Abridged In Two Parts ✍ Abel Boyer
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📒College Drinking ✍ George W. Dowdall
✏College Drinking Book Summary : Drinking is recognized as one of the most important problems confronting students on campus today, with major impacts on health and safety. This book answers crucial questions about why students drink, examines its complex links to campus crime and sexual assault, and offers new insights on how to address the issue. It differs from other studies of college drinking by dispelling the myth that the problem is universal. Dowdall’s research reveals that the incidence of alcohol abuse varies enormously between colleges, and in doing so identifies interventions and policies that have been effective, and those that have failed. His study is also unique in looking “upstream” at the broader cultural, organizational and social forces that shape this behavior, where most studies focus only on “downstream” behaviors, well after students have selected their college and have started drinking. Students and parents can take action to lower the risk of binge drinking by following the book’s recommendations, and consulting the data it provides about alcohol violations and crime at thousands of colleges. For administrators and student affairs personnel, it both defines and illuminates the issue, and outlines effective interventions.
📒Class Action ✍ Clara Bingham
✏Class Action Book Summary : The true story of Lois Jenson, a petite single mother, who was among the first women hired by a northern Minnesota iron mine in 1975. In this brutal workplace, female miners were relentlessly threatened with pornographic graffiti, denigrating language, stalking, and physical assaults. Terrified of losing their jobs, the women kept their problems largely to themselves—until Lois, devastated by the abuse, found the courage to file a complaint against the company in 1984. Despite all of the obstacles the legal system threw at them, Lois and her fellow plaintiffs enlisted the aid of a dedicated team of lawyers and ultimately prevailed. Weaving personal stories with legal drama, Class Action shows how these terrifically brave women made history, although not without enormous personal cost. Told at a thriller’s pace, this is the story of how one woman pioneered and won the first sexual harassment class action suit in the United States, a legal milestone that immeasurably improved working conditions for American women.
📒Drunkard ✍ Neil Steinberg
✏Drunkard Book Summary : "A compelling read, sad and wistful and breathtakingly forthright."—Chicago Magazine Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg loved his job, his wife, and his two young sons. But he also loved to drink. Drunkard is an unflinchingly honest account of one man's descent into alcoholism and his ambivalent struggle to embrace sobriety. Sentenced to an outpatient rehab program, Steinberg discovers that twenty-eight days of therapy cannot reverse the toll taken by decades of hard drinking. As Steinberg claws his way through recovery, grieves the loss of the drink, and tries to shore up his faltering marriage, he is confronted by the greatest test he has ever faced, and finds himself in the process. Steinberg's gripping memoir is a frank and often painfully funny account of the stark-yet-common realities of a disease that affects millions.