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Table of Contents Introduction "Good Girl vs. Bad Girl" I Do Not Want to Lose Him! I Am so Afraid of Heartbreak... The "Physical" Equation Strengthening a Relationship "I Am so Different from You!" - The Superiority Complex Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction You may have noticed that in the 21st-century more and more teenagers, as well as adults, are afraid of taking a chance at commitment in a serious relationship, and one could almost say that they were afraid of love. For them, especially if they are women who have been brought up on Walt Disney -type escapist fairytales stories, and find that the reality of relationships when they grow up with a white clad Princess, being taken away by her handsome prince on a white charger is definitely an imaginary fairytale, no wonder so many people are worried about beginning a relationship, maintaining it, and after a while, wondering where it is going!
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Uniquely, the authors provide a 'patterns framework' to qualitative data analysis in this book, also known as 'thematic analysis'. The authors walk you through a basic thematic approach, and compare and contrast this with other approaches. This discussion of commonalities, explaining why and when each method should be used, and in the context of looking at patterns, will provide you with complete confidence for your qualitative research journey.
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This textbook will be an essential textbook for undergraduates and postgraduates taking a course in qualitative research or using qualitative approaches in a research project.
In recent decades, the North American public has pursued an inspirational vision of successful aging-striving through medical technique and individual effort to eradicate the declines, vulnerabilities, and dependencies previously commonly associated with old age. On the face of it, this bold new vision of successful, healthy, and active aging is highly appealing. But it also rests on a deep cultural discomfort with aging and being old.
This second edition of Boyd and Brackenridge's acclaimed history of Presbyterian women in America traces women's affiliation with Presbyterianism for more than two centuries-from 1789 to the present. In the first century after the establishment of the General Assembly, churchmen expected females to be silent, subordinate, and submissive in the church; ordination was forbidden. However, women in the 19th century organized into local groups devoted to mission and Christian education projects. This fascinating historical account traces the evolvement of these groups into the women's boards of the late 19th and early 20th centuries that influenced women's current equal role in the pulpits, sessions, and courts of the church. Boyd and Brackenridge raise important issues concerning diversity, sustenance of community, and ordination-issues that will affect women's position in the church in the 21st century.
With so much now expected of middle leaders in schools this book aims to help those in middle leadership positions to become more confident and effective in their roles. It systematically considers every aspect of the role including team building, raising standards, holding others to account and managing change.
With a wealth of practical guidance, the book covers the essential skills needed by middle leaders such as managing meetings, conducting difficult conversations and development planning while also offering insights into why some middle leaders are so much more effective than others. Covering all aspects of middle leadership, features include:
This book is essential reading for secondary school teachers who are about to become middle leaders and need guidance on how to get to grips with the role. It will also be of value to existing middle leaders who want to improve their performance and effectiveness.
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