Recovery Marketing after Crises
Author: Noel Scott,Eric Laws,Bruce Prideaux
Category: Business & Economics
View: 5930Natural disasters, wars and conflicts, epidemics, and other major crises can devastate a tourism service or destination. Though there is extensive literature and research on preparation and coping with tourism crises, there is a gap in information on how to best market and recover from the destruction of caused to tourism businesses and destinations. This book fills the gap by comprehensively examining how to rebuild the market for a tourism service or destination after a catastrophe. This important book presents leading experts from around the world providing useful instruction on effective ways to plan for future crisis response and strategies for recovering business. A crisis may arise from several types of destructive occurrences, from natural physical destruction of important infrastructure to acts of terrorism. Because of the broad range of potential problems, there is no single strategy for which to deal with crises. The book explores a wide range of catastrophes, from Hurricane Katrina to tsunamis to war, taking a detailed look at management and administrative strategies which can help stimulate tourism recovery. This book explores stealth and catastrophic risks, risk perceptions, mediating the effects of natural disasters on travel intention, and various marketing strategies designed to bring customers back. This volume may become one of the most crucial resources in a tourism professional’s library. The book is extensively referenced and includes several tables and figures to clearly explain data. This book is essential reading for tourism researchers, tourism educators, tourism industry managers, and tourism industry administrators. This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing.
Lenten Reflections on Baking Bread and Discipleship
Author: Christopher Levan
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
View: 5169Meditations for every day in Lent invite us to connect faith — “our daily bread”- and the world in which we live. Includes recipes ranging from Shrove Tuesday “No-Fret Pancakes” to Easter Challah bread. Each of the 40 meditations begins with a scripture v
Creating Exceptional Organizations: a Leader's Guide
Author: William F. Brandt
Category: Business & Economics
View: 8886A how-to-do-it compass for business leaders, executives, and managers of for-profit and non-profit organisations, large and small. The traditional view of economic reality holds that the pursuit of self-interest benefits not only individuals but also society. While this book acknowledges the past successes of this premise, it offers a new, more powerful paradigm -- the simultaneous pursuit of both self-interest and concern for others. This new orientation provides a guide for behaviour that reflects both the greatest aspirations of humankind and the reality of the world in which we live. As a leader, you can act according to this new paradigm and create Exceptional Organisations that are viable (they achieve their purposes while acting according to societys highest values), sustainable (viable over time), and valued (all your owners, employees, clients, providers, and communities benefit far more than with competitors). Such Exceptional Organisations foster the personal, professional, and moral growth of their members and are valued by society because society is among their stakeholders.
Religious Economies of Global Islam
Author: Nile Green
Publisher: Oxford University Press
View: 3908Terrains of Exchange offers a bold new paradigm for understanding the expansion of Islam in the modern world. Through the model of religious economy, it traces the competition between Muslim, Christian and Hindu religious entrepreneurs that transformed Islam into a proselytising global brand. Drawing Indian, Arab, Iranian and Tatar Muslims together with Scottish missionaries and African-American converts, Nile Green brings to life the local sites of globalisation where Islam was repeatedly reinvented in modern times. Evoking terrains of exchange from Russia's imperial borderlands to the factories of Detroit and the ports of Japan, he casts a microhistorian's eye on the innovative new Islams that emerged from these sites of contact. Drawing on a multilingual range of materials, the book challenges the idea that globalisation has given rise to a unified "global Islam." Instead, it reveals the forces behind the fracturing of Islam in the hands of feuding and fissiparous "'religious firms". Terrains of Exchange not only presents global history as Islamic history. It also reveals the forces of that history at work in the world today.
Author: Teejay LeCapois
View: 681Meet Mistress Colleen Dickinson, a Jamaican dominatrix traveling across Canada and America, ruthlessly determined to push the envelope when it comes to the darkest corners of Black male sexuality. Dominating Black men is her mission. Are you a black man who fantasizes about watching your black wife with other men ? She'll turn you into the cuckold you really are. Macho brother curious about female domination ? She'll top the hell out of you with a good pegging. Tough brother who secretly likes to play dress up behind closed doors ? Mistress will bring out your inner lady. Like strap-ons ? Don't worry, her lips are sealed. Give her a call and let her change your life. Fearlessly bringing BDSM and Black Femdom into the Black community, that's Mistress Colleen's sworn mission. Follow her adventures.
Strands of Death
Author: Dirk Vandereyken
View: 2317Detective Paige Aldridge is found beaten and without any memories of the previous few months. After her nephew is found dead a year later, she begins to have terrifying flashbacks. With her family dying around her and dark suspicions forming in her mind, Paige has to pull the pieces together before it's too late.
Cd Kit, Book & Cd
Author: John Carter,Mary Beall
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
View: 7163Introduce your young students to the music and lives of seven great composers with The Magnificent 7: The Sequel. This unison collection by well-known composers John Carter and Mary Kay Beall can be used in many ways It's effective as a songbook, or a series of musical history lessons, or add the informative narrative verse to create an enjoyable 20-minute program. The Teacher's Handbook also includes 11 reproducible activity sheets for classroom use. Both the teacher and student books contain biographical information and portraits of the seven featured composers. The CD features full performances (using children's voices) and accompaniment orchestrations arraged by Alan Billingsley. The clever lyrics describing the composers' lives are set to their most famous melodies. Turn kids on to the classics while studying the music and lives of Handel, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Liszt, Verdi, Prokofiev and Joplin. Grades 3 and up. Approximately 20 minutes.
Author: Don Lasseter,Ronald E. Bowers
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Category: True Crime
View: 5822No Evidence. . . On April 22, 1991 three young children waited for their mother, Ann Racz, to return with a takeout dinner. Instead, their father showed up with a small bag of cold French fries and said their mother had gone away. Ann's children didn't believe it. Neither did her friends. And neither did the police. But there was zero evidence that anything had happened to Ann. No Body. . . Los Angeles detectives dug furiously into the case, grilling John Racz and searching for clues. But without a body, the investigation stalled, and three children grew up wondering what had happened to their loving mother--and if their father had killed her. And A Killer In Plain Sight. . . Fourteen years later, a brilliant female prosecutor defied the legal establishment and delved into the cold case, uncovering shocking information about Ann and her relationship with John. Suddenly, a crusading prosecutor was up against the most difficult kind of murder case of all: to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that John Racz had murdered his wife--despite the fact that her body was never found. . . With 16 pages of photos
An Introduction To The Story Of Human Religiousness
Author: Michael H. Barnes
Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications
View: 2408Goes to the very core of religious belief and practice, ranging from preliterate to modern culture. Barnes provides many bits of folk tales, myths, anecdotes, and literal illustrations to vividly present ideas.
A Conversation Between Two Women
Author: Lim DePriest,Joyce Elizabeth Norman
Category: Social Science
View: 9048Here is that conversation about race that needs to transpire. And it goes like this: a black woman grows up in the segregated south and moves to Chicago becoming successful in the corporate world then retires and decides to substitute teach. There she meets a white woman around her age who grew up far north in Minnesota. From one end of the Mississippi River to the other, they have seen so many changes in their lives. They talk about their marriages (6 together) their lives, and the topic of diversity. They like to laugh in their discussionsmaybe cry a little. So here you have it: a book that discusses what race has to do with growing up and developing friendship and love in our society: Growing up Ebony and Ivory.
Author: Juan J. Morales
Category: Literary Criticism
View: 6853Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Juan J. Morales was born in the U.S. but has extended family in Ecuador and Puerto Rico; family stories inspired much of the poems in FRIDAY AND THE YEAR THAT FOLLOWED. Juan received his MFA from the University of New Mexico in 2005. His poetry has appeared in Blue Mesa Review, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, PoetLore, and War, Literature, and the Arts.
stories from a childhood
Author: Andrea Freud Loewenstein
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 7485A collection of stories about Rachel and the things she worries about, including being deserted by her parents, having men not like her and never marrying and having children, the Ku Klux Klan and the color of her skin, and her best friend not always bein
A Guidebook for Future Educators
Author: Merle Schwartz
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
View: 2872Character education is a national movement encouraging schools to create environments that foster ethical, responsible, and caring young people. It is the intentional, proactive effort by schools, districts, and states to instill in their students important core, ethical values that we all share such as caring, honesty, fairness, responsibility, and respect for self and others. As a part of this movement, Character Education Project is based on research by the nation's leading character education experts published by The Character Education Partnership (CEP). CEP's Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education and Character Education Quality Standards provide guidelines to schools and teachers for the elements needed for effective, comprehensive, and character education. This text is designed to complement those works and provide a tool for future teachers, administrators, and other school personnel.
1,046 Quick-and-easy Ways to Make Your Yard and Garden Absolutely Irresistible to Birds
Author: Jerry Baker
Publisher: Amer Master Products
View: 9523Create an enjoyable bird habitat at home by planting a garden that birds find irresistible, using this thorough guide to growing plants that birds love, making recipes for treats birds crave, and building the best backyard bird shelters. From beautiful Baltimore orioles and vibrant scarlet tanagers to cheerful black-capped chickadees and elegant cedar waxwings, birders will learn how to attract birds to a garden sanctuary with these proven techniques, including planting the best berry-producing plants, which flowers birds can’t resist, which trees birds prefer to call home, tips and tricks to growing the best fruits for birds, which vines are best for birds, and how to grow plants that produce the best seeds for birds. Additional features include “Grandma Putt’s Time-Tested Tips,” “Elementary, My Dear” (with answers to the toughest birdscaping questions), “Perfect Planting” (garden designs), and “Quick-n-Easy Projects.”
Author: Richard Fein
Publisher: Taylor Pub
Category: Business & Economics
View: 5778The author of 101 Dynamite Questions to Ask at Your Job Interview counsels working readers over the age of fifty-five on such areas as pursuing new career options, building one's skill inventory, and setting the groundwork for a financially secure future. Original.
Author: Joel Sternfeld
Publisher: Steidl / Edition7L
View: 2794On a summer morning in 1833, Thomas Cole, a British-born, American landscape painter climbed to the top of Mount Holyoke in central Massachusetts and made a sketch of the Connecticut River where it bends and resembles an ox yoke. Three years later the sketch he made that morning became View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm (The Oxbow). The four by six foot painting, now a key work of American art has been described as Cole's attempt to create a moving time/space panorama within a single frame - the passage of time is represented by the ongoing fury of the storm on the mountain as sunshine returns to the meadow below. Cole was skeptical about progress and the painting may represent a warning about the clearing of wilderness to make open land for farms and factories. Nearly two hundred years after Cole painted The Oxbow, the American photographic artist, Joel Sternfeld, walked into the mile square field depicted in the lower right quadrant of Cole's painting. Sternfeld had first photographed this field in 1978 while traveling on American Prospects. By the time he returned in 2006, the Oxbow in the river was crossed by an interstate highway and the destructive effects of progress that Cole had feared were making themselves apparent globally as climate change. Sternfeld spent the next year and a half walking that field, commuting to it on an almost daily basis from his home in southern Vermont. His archive is a record of classic New England seasonality, a nature study unlike any other as it is made with the foreknowledge that because of global warming it will never be the same again. His choice of subject matter, a flat unremarkable corn and potato field (archetypal new world crops), signals a conceptual stance away from previous nature depictions: his field is neither Beautiful, nor Sublime, nor Picturesque. The flatness of the field, an unusual stretch of visual freedom in the New England highlands offers an eloquent emptiness and a vessel for the true subject his work: iconic seasonal effect as manifestation of the orbiting Earth. Sternfeld's time landscape is also a companion piece to his recently published Sweet Earth: Experimental Utopias in America and to When It Changed (pictures at the Montreal Climate Change Conference) and needs to be understood in terms of the political and cultural resonances of those works. Joel Sternfeld is a much published and exhibited artist. Amongst his previous books with Steidl are American Prospects and Walking the High Line.