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Hansen, Kim Philip - Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity, ebook

Military Chaplains and Religious Diversity

Hansen, Kim Philip


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Kim Philip Hansen
2. Military Chaplains and Their Work
Kim Philip Hansen
3. Accommodating and Limiting Religion in the Military
Kim Philip Hansen
4. Muslims, Witches, and Chaplains
Kim Philip Hansen
5. Military Chaplains’ Experiences with Diversity

Blanes, Ruy - Pentecostalism and Witchcraft, ebook

Pentecostalism and Witchcraft

Blanes, Ruy


German Pentecostal Witches and Communists: The Violence of Purity and Sameness
Bjørn Enge Bertelsen
3. Becoming Witches: Sight, Sin, and Social Change in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea
Thomas Strong

Bardsley, Jan - Bad Girls of Japan, ebook

Bad Girls of Japan

Bardsley, Jan


Black Faces, Witches, and Racism against Girls
Sharon Kinsella
11. Filipina Modern: “Bad” Filipino Women in Japan
Nobue Suzuki
12. Sex with Nation: The OK (Bad) Girls Cabaret
Katherine Mezur
13. Afterword: AND some NOT SO BAD

Inness, Sherrie A. - Geek Chic: Smart Women in Popular Culture, ebook

Geek Chic: Smart Women in Popular Culture

Inness, Sherrie A.


Table of contents
1. Introduction: Who Remembers Sabrina? Intelligence, Gender, and the Media
Sherrie A. Inness
2. Beauty and the Geek: Changing Gender Stereotypes on the Gilmore Girls
Karin E. Westman
3. Lab Coats and Lipstick: Smart Women Reshape Science on Television
Lorna Jowett
4. “You Can See

Maran, Meredith - My Lie: A True Story of False Memory, ebook

My Lie: A True Story of False Memory

Maran, Meredith


Exploring the psychological, cultural, and neuroscientific causes of this modern American witch-hunt, My Lie asks: how could so many people come to believe the same lie at the same time? What has neuroscience discovered about the brain's capacity to create false memories

Weiss, Thomas G. - Humanitarian Business, ebook

Humanitarian Business

Weiss, Thomas G.

From 22,35€

This witch’s brew is simmering in the cauldron of wars that are often protracted and always costly to civilians who are the very targets of violence. While belligerents put a price-tag on access to victims, aid agencies pursue branding in a competition for 'scarce'