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By Stigmatized Hearts
In this anthology of life narratives, we share our unique stories about becoming homeless, the things we experienced while we were homeless, and our hopes and dreams for the future. All of us have experienced some form of extreme trauma such as serious physical or sexual assault, witnessing severe injury or death, being involved in a life-threatening accident, or having combat experience in a war zone. Many of us have turned to alcohol and drugs to help blunt the effects of these experiences. It is our hope that the real story will help people come to understand and appreciate that being homeless is a condition, not a choice.
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By J. Mairy Dietch’
Two peaceful African parents discover the hardest way that four of their five children are homosexuals. A dreadful and devastating storm in their social environment that sweeps everything away and leaves Jean-Noël, their last son, filled with a hatred beyond words. For this barely twenty-year-old boy, the responsible cause of his family tragedy can only be the mass media. He thinks he has managed to overcome the feelings that poisoned his existence when an ultimate representative of the abhorred professional category crosses his road: Jean-Noël has become a tour guide in a renowned natural reserve, and Rocky Butten, a famous Hollywood filmmaker, travels to Africa for the very first time in his life, supposedly for vacation. The Hidden Hatred is the story of a phenomenon that appears to be universal—how social pressure, combined with the perception of traditional values, can lead a young man to the extreme. From Jean-Noël’s saga, one equally universal assessment can be made: whatever the place in the world and whatever the topic, the human psyche is suggestible, fluctuating, and totally out of control—just a loose cannon.
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By Stigmatized Hearts
In this anthology of life narratives, we share our unique stories about becoming homeless, the things we experienced while we were homeless, and our hopes and dreams for the future. All of us have experienced some form of extreme trauma such as serious physical or sexual assault, witnessing severe injury or death, being involved in a life-threatening accident, or having combat experience in a war zone. Many of us have turned to alcohol and drugs to help blunt the effects of these experiences. It is our hope that the real story will help people come to understand and appreciate that being homeless is a condition, not a choice.
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By J. Mairy Dietch’
Two peaceful African parents discover the hardest way that four of their five children are homosexuals. A dreadful and devastating storm in their social environment that sweeps everything away and leaves Jean-Noël, their last son, filled with a hatred beyond words. For this barely twenty-year-old boy, the responsible cause of his family tragedy can only be the mass media. He thinks he has managed to overcome the feelings that poisoned his existence when an ultimate representative of the abhorred professional category crosses his road: Jean-Noël has become a tour guide in a renowned natural reserve, and Rocky Butten, a famous Hollywood filmmaker, travels to Africa for the very first time in his life, supposedly for vacation. The Hidden Hatred is the story of a phenomenon that appears to be universal—how social pressure, combined with the perception of traditional values, can lead a young man to the extreme. From Jean-Noël’s saga, one equally universal assessment can be made: whatever the place in the world and whatever the topic, the human psyche is suggestible, fluctuating, and totally out of control—just a loose cannon.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By J. Mairy Dietch’
Two peaceful African parents discover the hardest way that four of their five children are homosexuals. A dreadful and devastating storm in their social environment that sweeps everything away and leaves Jean-Noël, their last son, filled with a hatred beyond words. For this barely twenty-year-old boy, the responsible cause of his family tragedy can only be the mass media. He thinks he has managed to overcome the feelings that poisoned his existence when an ultimate representative of the abhorred professional category crosses his road: Jean-Noël has become a tour guide in a renowned natural reserve, and Rocky Butten, a famous Hollywood filmmaker, travels to Africa for the very first time in his life, supposedly for vacation. The Hidden Hatred is the story of a phenomenon that appears to be universal—how social pressure, combined with the perception of traditional values, can lead a young man to the extreme. From Jean-Noël’s saga, one equally universal assessment can be made: whatever the place in the world and whatever the topic, the human psyche is suggestible, fluctuating, and totally out of control—just a loose cannon.
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By Stephen Adédọ̀tun Adésànyà, Ph.D.
This is neither a novel nor is it a book on Church history. This book is written with human relationships in mind. It is written by a counselling psychologist to help nurture and support the ways through which we relate with one another. And that makes it both educational and entertaining to anyone who really wants to follow more on the dynamics of human relationships in the family or within the larger society. Somehow many people become ensnared by their relationships and become slaves to those interests and things who have shared their passions. Even though some cultures may be in self-denial, this does not take away the fact of the universal problems in human relationships. With this book, I am replacing doctrinal clichés with simple everyday stories that may help people to freshly comprehend the love of God. As a beneficiary of the immense universe of graciousness I want to point to those roots which may sustain and nurture the human family around us. The love of God makes the Gospel shine brighter in the warmth of Jesus’ sacrificial love for the world. How was the life lived out in those days? Not having books to depict such everyday relationships, I decided to write on such an amazing subject of becoming love-shaped people in our relationships. The world is full of challenges arising from different cultural expectations; it is in grasping some of the issues that we are able to contribute a purposeful response as individuals. I hope that this book would clarify experiences and more importantly raise questions that would stimulate community leaders to develop further social cohesion and friendship.
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By Stephen Adédọ̀tun Adésànyà, Ph.D.
This is neither a novel nor is it a book on Church history. This book is written with human relationships in mind. It is written by a counselling psychologist to help nurture and support the ways through which we relate with one another. And that makes it both educational and entertaining to anyone who really wants to follow more on the dynamics of human relationships in the family or within the larger society. Somehow many people become ensnared by their relationships and become slaves to those interests and things who have shared their passions. Even though some cultures may be in self-denial, this does not take away the fact of the universal problems in human relationships. With this book, I am replacing doctrinal clichés with simple everyday stories that may help people to freshly comprehend the love of God. As a beneficiary of the immense universe of graciousness I want to point to those roots which may sustain and nurture the human family around us. The love of God makes the Gospel shine brighter in the warmth of Jesus’ sacrificial love for the world. How was the life lived out in those days? Not having books to depict such everyday relationships, I decided to write on such an amazing subject of becoming love-shaped people in our relationships. The world is full of challenges arising from different cultural expectations; it is in grasping some of the issues that we are able to contribute a purposeful response as individuals. I hope that this book would clarify experiences and more importantly raise questions that would stimulate community leaders to develop further social cohesion and friendship.
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By Stephen Adédọ̀tun Adésànyà, Ph.D.
This is neither a novel nor is it a book on Church history. This book is written with human relationships in mind. It is written by a counselling psychologist to help nurture and support the ways through which we relate with one another. And that makes it both educational and entertaining to anyone who really wants to follow more on the dynamics of human relationships in the family or within the larger society. Somehow many people become ensnared by their relationships and become slaves to those interests and things who have shared their passions. Even though some cultures may be in self-denial, this does not take away the fact of the universal problems in human relationships. With this book, I am replacing doctrinal clichés with simple everyday stories that may help people to freshly comprehend the love of God. As a beneficiary of the immense universe of graciousness I want to point to those roots which may sustain and nurture the human family around us. The love of God makes the Gospel shine brighter in the warmth of Jesus’ sacrificial love for the world. How was the life lived out in those days? Not having books to depict such everyday relationships, I decided to write on such an amazing subject of becoming love-shaped people in our relationships. The world is full of challenges arising from different cultural expectations; it is in grasping some of the issues that we are able to contribute a purposeful response as individuals. I hope that this book would clarify experiences and more importantly raise questions that would stimulate community leaders to develop further social cohesion and friendship.
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By Jianfang Jin
The General Theory of Eco-Social Science has made fundamental changes to Social Science; it introduces five new theories to the field of humanities and social science. ECO-ENTITY—An Entirely New Sociology It lays out an all new system of ecological theory integrating the social and natural sciences. At its core is the new concept of the “eco-entity,” its roles and inner systems, its rules, operation laws and operating mechanism. ECO-RESOURCES—New Philosophy and Management It advances the concept of “eco-resources”, expanding to the social relations of human beings, and puts forth the new theories of the monist world outlook of eco-resources, the dichotomy between positive and negative eco-resources, and the strategic management of eco-resources, through which it reveals a new dimension to humanities and social sciences. ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY—A Brand New Political Science It introduces the doctrine of an “ecological society” where the rule of law is replaced by the “rule of organicism,” and explains the operating principles and governance of the future ecological society. ECO-ECONOMICS—A New Economics It demonstrates with flow charts the economic growth cycle. It depicts the laws of commodity value and “eco-value.” It stresses the organic inter-relations between the government and the market. The author systematically expounded the economic growth cycle, the starting point, the methods, the principles, the mechanisms and the formulas, in his eco-economy growth theory. ECO -CURRENCY—A Complete New Theory of Currency It creates the new theory of Eco-currency, three basic attributes of currency and three major functions of currency. The author proposes a new eco-monetary policy: management of role currencies, or a “visible hand” in adjusting the economy. In addition, he also illustrates the elements of eco-currency, a new currency, in detail.
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By Richard DeBenedictis
This is a story of the class struggle between money, politics, and heart. In 1973, the wealthiest one percent of Americans owned only 13% of the country’s assets. Those assets included the equity in homes, businesses, stocks, bonds and property. Forty years, three poorly conceived wars and two major financial disasters later, that figure has risen to nearly 50% at the expense of the average American. Where did this windfall of wealth come from and why did the real income and personal assets of the vast majority of working Americans decline during this same period? Were they just smarter ... or did they just outsmart us? Once thought of as the land of opportunity with a standard of living envied around the world, America has become the land of political manipulations and unconscionable acts in favor of a select few. This fact–based fiction novel tells the story of a generation of men and women who sought the elusive American Dream during the decline of the middle class and the deliberate war against those in poverty who can only afford to dream. R.R. DeBenedictis’s story is told through the lives and adventures of four main characters, whom, although of diverse backgrounds, ideologies and social status, are influenced by the self-serving acts of those who want it all. Is this trend reversable or is America, as feared by the authors of our Constitution, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, on its way to becoming ruled by and for The Priviliged Few?
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By Jianfang Jin
The General Theory of Eco-Social Science has made fundamental changes to Social Science; it introduces five new theories to the field of humanities and social science. ECO-ENTITY—An Entirely New Sociology It lays out an all new system of ecological theory integrating the social and natural sciences. At its core is the new concept of the “eco-entity,” its roles and inner systems, its rules, operation laws and operating mechanism. ECO-RESOURCES—New Philosophy and Management It advances the concept of “eco-resources”, expanding to the social relations of human beings, and puts forth the new theories of the monist world outlook of eco-resources, the dichotomy between positive and negative eco-resources, and the strategic management of eco-resources, through which it reveals a new dimension to humanities and social sciences. ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY—A Brand New Political Science It introduces the doctrine of an “ecological society” where the rule of law is replaced by the “rule of organicism,” and explains the operating principles and governance of the future ecological society. ECO-ECONOMICS—A New Economics It demonstrates with flow charts the economic growth cycle. It depicts the laws of commodity value and “eco-value.” It stresses the organic inter-relations between the government and the market. The author systematically expounded the economic growth cycle, the starting point, the methods, the principles, the mechanisms and the formulas, in his eco-economy growth theory. ECO -CURRENCY—A Complete New Theory of Currency It creates the new theory of Eco-currency, three basic attributes of currency and three major functions of currency. The author proposes a new eco-monetary policy: management of role currencies, or a “visible hand” in adjusting the economy. In addition, he also illustrates the elements of eco-currency, a new currency, in detail.
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By Jianfang Jin
The General Theory of Eco-Social Science has made fundamental changes to Social Science; it introduces five new theories to the field of humanities and social science. ECO-ENTITY—An Entirely New Sociology It lays out an all new system of ecological theory integrating the social and natural sciences. At its core is the new concept of the “eco-entity,” its roles and inner systems, its rules, operation laws and operating mechanism. ECO-RESOURCES—New Philosophy and Management It advances the concept of “eco-resources”, expanding to the social relations of human beings, and puts forth the new theories of the monist world outlook of eco-resources, the dichotomy between positive and negative eco-resources, and the strategic management of eco-resources, through which it reveals a new dimension to humanities and social sciences. ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY—A Brand New Political Science It introduces the doctrine of an “ecological society” where the rule of law is replaced by the “rule of organicism,” and explains the operating principles and governance of the future ecological society. ECO-ECONOMICS—A New Economics It demonstrates with flow charts the economic growth cycle. It depicts the laws of commodity value and “eco-value.” It stresses the organic inter-relations between the government and the market. The author systematically expounded the economic growth cycle, the starting point, the methods, the principles, the mechanisms and the formulas, in his eco-economy growth theory. ECO -CURRENCY—A Complete New Theory of Currency It creates the new theory of Eco-currency, three basic attributes of currency and three major functions of currency. The author proposes a new eco-monetary policy: management of role currencies, or a “visible hand” in adjusting the economy. In addition, he also illustrates the elements of eco-currency, a new currency, in detail.
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By Richard DeBenedictis
This is a story of the class struggle between money, politics, and heart. In 1973, the wealthiest one percent of Americans owned only 13% of the country’s assets. Those assets included the equity in homes, businesses, stocks, bonds and property. Forty years, three poorly conceived wars and two major financial disasters later, that figure has risen to nearly 50% at the expense of the average American. Where did this windfall of wealth come from and why did the real income and personal assets of the vast majority of working Americans decline during this same period? Were they just smarter ... or did they just outsmart us? Once thought of as the land of opportunity with a standard of living envied around the world, America has become the land of political manipulations and unconscionable acts in favor of a select few. This fact–based fiction novel tells the story of a generation of men and women who sought the elusive American Dream during the decline of the middle class and the deliberate war against those in poverty who can only afford to dream. R.R. DeBenedictis’s story is told through the lives and adventures of four main characters, whom, although of diverse backgrounds, ideologies and social status, are influenced by the self-serving acts of those who want it all. Is this trend reversable or is America, as feared by the authors of our Constitution, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, on its way to becoming ruled by and for The Priviliged Few?
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By Richard DeBenedictis
This is a story of the class struggle between money, politics, and heart. In 1973, the wealthiest one percent of Americans owned only 13% of the country’s assets. Those assets included the equity in homes, businesses, stocks, bonds and property. Forty years, three poorly conceived wars and two major financial disasters later, that figure has risen to nearly 50% at the expense of the average American. Where did this windfall of wealth come from and why did the real income and personal assets of the vast majority of working Americans decline during this same period? Were they just smarter ... or did they just outsmart us? Once thought of as the land of opportunity with a standard of living envied around the world, America has become the land of political manipulations and unconscionable acts in favor of a select few. This fact–based fiction novel tells the story of a generation of men and women who sought the elusive American Dream during the decline of the middle class and the deliberate war against those in poverty who can only afford to dream. R.R. DeBenedictis’s story is told through the lives and adventures of four main characters, whom, although of diverse backgrounds, ideologies and social status, are influenced by the self-serving acts of those who want it all. Is this trend reversable or is America, as feared by the authors of our Constitution, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, on its way to becoming ruled by and for The Priviliged Few?
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By Sebwa Domingos
There is a broad consensus that the impact of austerity measures on people in the United Kingdom will vary from place to place. However, what is less clear is that some people in some local authorities will be hit hardest. The pace in which cuts have been wielded by the coalition government has allowed local authorities little scope to maneuver and devise a good strategy for dealing with the huge loss of revenue in their local budgets. This book seeks to analyze how cutbacks pose severe challenges to local authorities in the United Kingdom, even threatening their ability to provide adequate delivery of benefits and public services to their constituents.
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