This passionate book's central theme is about raising kids and offers ideas on how to protect your children during these turbulent times. The book is crammed to the gills with realistic, action steps you can take-right now.
Author: C. Brian Silver
Silver writes like a good friend and a concerned parent. Like you, he was deeply affected by September 11 and how our world has changed since that tragic day. He understands that 9/11 will remain the major event for our children's growing years, just as World War II and the Cold War was for our parents and grandparent's lives. He understands that the War on Terrorism has engulfed us in an unconventional war like no other we have ever fought where our enemies seek to harm and terrorize us here at home. This easy-to-read volume discusses how we got into this conflict, the threats to our safety, and provides practical (not apocalyptic) advice on things you can do to protect your family, community, and country. This passionate book's central theme is about raising kids and offers ideas on how to protect your children during these turbulent times. The book is crammed to the gills with realistic, action steps you can take-right now.
The chairperson noted,“In their most impressionable age these terrorist groups are inculcating racial and sectarian hatred among children.
Author: Sue Mahan
Category: Political Science
The Second Edition of Terrorism in Perspective offers undergraduate and graduate students a comprehensive overview of global and domestic terrorism. Each chapter is introduced with a rich overview of the issues, actors and actions specific to the topic under discussion, providing students with context prior to articles culled from a wide variety of popular, academic, and governmental sources. These previously published articles were selected to deepen the reader's understanding of terrorism by focusing more intently on specific themes. Chapter topics include homegrown terrorism, international terrorism, female involvement in terrorism, the symbiotic relationship between the media and terrorism, and both conventional and non-conventional terrorist tactics. New to the Second Edition Reorganized to build a foundation from the outset: Starts with more foundational chapters that provide a framework for later discussion of more supplementary terrorism issues. Examines the "what, where, and why" of terrorism: A new chapter (Chapter 1) provides a solid foundation for the rest of the book covering issues related to the definition of terrorism; the quantity, location and type of terrorists’ incidents around the globe; and the sociological and criminological theories that help explain terrorism. Provides the most updated and comprehensive coverage of key terrorism topics, including expanded discussion of state-sponsored terrorism: Numerous updated reprinted articles analyzing current events in terrorism, including reprints by Jessica Stern (Chapter 4), Bruce Hoffman (Chapter 4), and Peter Bergen and Alec Reynolds (Chapter 9). Offers a deeper focus on suicide bombing and a greater focus on al-Qaeda.
... true in the age of terror than at any other time? I think the answer is a qualified “yes.” Let me explain. The challenge of raising successful children ...
Author: James Garbarino
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Given the current climate of economic and environmental uncertainty, it is all too easy for individuals to feel hopeless about their lives and indifferent to the problems of others. But according to leading psychologist, James Garbarino, this is the peak time for people to enhance their optimism, empathy, and emotional responsiveness. In his important new book, The Positive Psychology of Personal Transformation, Dr. Garbarino reveals the social basis for moral development in adversity, and the mental and physical benefits of psychological and spiritual growth. Drawing widely on his years as a healing professional and own experience of personal crisis as well as on decades of resilience and happiness literature, the author traces the evolution of the moral sense that affects all human relationships, including the one with the Earth itself. In these compelling pages, Dr. Garbarino: Examines how humans’ deep bonds with dogs can model positive human relationships. Compares the risks and benefits of the “oblivious” versus the self-aware life. Analyzes the role of trauma in heightening our sense of the meaning of life and defines the experience of transformational grace in adversity. Explains current manifestations of narcissism and the need for “the positive death of the self.” Asserts that every person is capable of “living an ‘extraordinary’ life.” A book with vast significance across the healing disciplines, The Positive Psychology of Personal Transformation should be read, savored, and practiced by researchers, practitioners, and scientists in clinical child, school, and developmental psychology; social work; educational and community psychology; sociology; and public health.
A Guide to Helping Children Cope with Trauma in Today's World Linda Goldman ... 197–198 resources, 212–213 for children on terrorism, 212 for educators, ...
Author: Linda Goldman
In this timely and much-needed book, Linda Goldman addresses the many frightening events that impact our children by providing the reader with a seamless mixture of theory and practice garnered from her extensive experience in the field. Raising Our Children to Be Resilient includes trauma resolution techniques and case studies, discussions of the respective roles played by parents, teachers and the larger community as well as additional resources for those in a position to help children who have been traumatized. The goal of Raising Our Children to Be Resilient is exactly what its title promises: to help children through their pain and confusion and guide them into a flexible and compassionate adulthood.
... in an Age of Terror and Genocide: Identity and Moral Choice (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012). 30. Sujatha Ramakrishna, Raising Kids Who ...
Author: Hope Ferdowsian, MD
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Few things get our compassion flowing like the sight of suffering. But our response is often shaped by our ability to empathize with others. Some people respond to the suffering of only humans or to one person’s plight more than another’s. Others react more strongly to the suffering of an animal. These divergent realities can be troubling—but they are also a reminder that trauma and suffering are endured by all beings, and we can learn lessons about their aftermath, even across species. With Phoenix Zones, Dr. Hope Ferdowsian shows us how. Ferdowsian has spent years traveling the world to work with people and animals who have endured trauma—war, abuse, displacement. Here, she combines compelling stories of survivors with the latest science on resilience to help us understand the link between violence against people and animals and the biological foundations of recovery, peace, and hope. Taking us to the sanctuaries that give the book its title, she reveals how the injured can heal and thrive if we attend to key principles: respect for liberty and sovereignty, a commitment to love and tolerance, the promotion of justice, and a fundamental belief that each individual possesses dignity. Courageous tales show us how: stories of combat veterans and wolves recovering together at a California refuge, Congolese women thriving in one of the most dangerous places on earth, abused chimpanzees finding peace in a Washington sanctuary, and refugees seeking care at Ferdowsian’s own medical clinic. These are not easy stories. Suffering is real, and recovery is hard. But resilience is real, too, and Phoenix Zones shows how we can foster it. It reveals how both people and animals deserve a chance to live up to their full potential—and how such a view could inspire solutions to some of the greatest challenges of our time.
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Category: Talking books
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Racial and ethnic stereotyping are highly stressful for children of all ages, ... years of age, and it often comes with shock, terror, confusion, and shame.
Author: Aletha Solter
Publisher: Hachette UK
In a nation where an estimated 25 percent of high-school seniors use illegal substances on a monthly basis, parents are wise to be concerned about setting their children on a drug-free course. While much advice handed out these days focuses on teen behavior and on what to do once drugs have become a problem in the home, Raising Drug-Free Kids takes an innovative approach and focuses instead on preventative measures that can be followed early on in a child's life. Developmental psychologist and parent educator Aletha Solter provides parents with simple, easy-to use tools to build a solid foundation for children to say "no" to drugs. Organized by age group, from preschool through young adulthood, the handy 100 tips will show parents how to help their children to: Feel good about themselves without an artificial high. Cope with stress so they won't turn to drugs to relax. Respect their bodies so they will reject harmful substances. Have close family connections so they won't feel desperate to belong to a group. Take healthy risks (like outdoor adventures) so they won't need to take dangerous ones.
Mary Aguilera-Titus, mother of three school-age children, Alexandria, Virginia It is ... related to other people's pain, poverty, and in some cases terror.
Author: Susan V. Vogt
Publisher: Loyola Press
Category: Family & Relationships
A guide to raising socially conscious children aims to inspire, equip, and comfort parents in the awesome task of raising kids who will make positive contributions to the world, and covers such issues as sexuality, substance abuse, materialism, racism, and global awareness. Original.
But particularly as my kids have gotten older, I would not describe ... the dawn of the internet age, or raising kids with events like the "War on Terror" ...
Author: Paul Swendson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
In a comprehensive series of essays - addressing topics from the time of Columbus to the covid-19 pandemic - Paul Swendson does in written form what he has spent more than twenty years doing as a community college history instructor: making American history “manageable, meaningful, and relevant” for everyday people. In addition to breaking down the fundamental topics of American history in a concise, easy to read fashion, this is a work of political and social commentary, relating the experiences, struggles, and decisions of past Americans to life in the United States today. As stated in the book’s introductory essay, “For if history teachers – and historians for that matter – make no effort to draw lessons from the data and to bring the facts to life, then we are merely engaged in a trivia exercise.” In the end, the goal of this book, like all good history teaching and writing, is to help its readers become a little wiser, and raising the essential questions is often more important than providing the “right” answers. This book is ideal for anyone who is looking to get an overview of the basics of American history. It can also be a very effective supplemental reader in an American history survey course, stimulating classroom discussions that go beyond just learning the "facts." The author himself is currently using this book in his history courses, and many of the essays have evolved through his personal experiences working with junior high, high school, and college students. And since many of these students have not been history enthusiasts, the author has worked as hard at making the material engaging as he has ensuring its accuracy.
A Simple Model for Developing Your Child's Maturity- at Every Stage Marcus ... It can help to understand what is going on inside our toddlers at this age.
Author: Marcus Warner
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Is “Joy-Building” the secret to raising mature healthy kids? Joy-filled kids aren’t always happy kids, but they do know how to work for and wait for what is truly satisfying in life. In The 4 Habits of Raising Joy-Filled Kids you will discover a tool box full of skills that you can use with your children to help them grow in maturity and live with greater joy. These tools help your kids, from infants to teens, build skills like: Regulating upset emotions so they can return to joy Forming a stable identity that doesn’t change with each new emotion Developing discernment to distinguish between what is satisfying and what is only temporarily pleasurable Discovering heart values and not just living to please others Building “joy bonds” rather than “fear bonds” The skills you’ll learn in The 4 Habits of Raising Joy-Filled Kids will not only help you parent your children well, but they will also help you grow joy in your family.
NCTV and AVID, The Children of ISIS, 24. Candace Sutton, 'The Australian baby girl left to be raised by ISIS: Ayesha Elomar's terrorist father and ...
Author: David Martin Jones
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Political Science
Almost two decades after the events of 9/11, this Handbook offers a comprehensive insight into the evolution and development of terrorism and insurgency since then. Gathering contributions from a broad range of perspectives, it both identifies new technological developments in terrorism and insurgency, and addresses the distinct state responses to the threat of political, or religiously motivated violence; not only in the Middle East and Europe, but also in Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and North and South America.
Now, in Brain Rules for Baby, he shares what the latest science says about how to raise smart and happy children from zero to five. This book is destined to revolutionize parenting.
Author: John Medina
Publisher: Pear Press
Category: Family & Relationships
What’s the single most important thing you can do during pregnancy? What does watching TV do to a child’s brain? What’s the best way to handle temper tantrums? Scientists know. In his New York Times bestseller Brain Rules, Dr. John Medina showed us how our brains really work—and why we ought to redesign our workplaces and schools. Now, in Brain Rules for Baby, he shares what the latest science says about how to raise smart and happy children from zero to five. This book is destined to revolutionize parenting. Just one of the surprises: The best way to get your children into the college of their choice? Teach them impulse control. Brain Rules for Baby bridges the gap between what scientists know and what parents practice. Through fascinating and funny stories, Medina, a developmental molecular biologist and dad, unravels how a child’s brain develops – and what you can do to optimize it. You will view your children—and how to raise them—in a whole new light. You’ll learn: Where nature ends and nurture begins Why men should do more household chores What you do when emotions run hot affects how your baby turns out, because babies need to feel safe above all TV is harmful for children under 2 Your child’s ability to relate to others predicts her future math performance Smart and happy are inseparable. Pursuing your child’s intellectual success at the expense of his happiness achieves neither Praising effort is better than praising intelligence The best predictor of academic performance is not IQ. It’s self-control What you do right now—before pregnancy, during pregnancy, and through the first five years—will affect your children for the rest of their lives. Brain Rules for Baby is an indispensable guide.
This is a marvelous, inspiring book of humorous short stories and perceptive suggestions by a girl who s been creating business ventures since she was 8 years old.
Category: Family & Relationships
There s Nothing Worse Than Being A Bad Parent Except FOR being a bad parent to an entrepreneurial CHILD The fi rst thing you need to do is become aware of what really works and what doesn t if you are one of those parents who s not sure how to nurture their child s natural genius, but do know that the skillful parenting of your unique, highly energized, and colorful biz-kid will be well worth the rewards. BizBee s philosophy is simple: that the craziness of the BizBee s world be (1) the perfect place where parents can learn how to effectively cope with their child s tenacious spirit and (2) be a haven for the enterprising youth, where they can fi nd friendships with people who think like they do, learn how to build a successful business from scratch, and even start some joint venture partnerships with other colorful kids who also have a deeply entrenched entrepreneurial spirit. This is a marvelous, inspiring book of humorous short stories and perceptive suggestions by a girl who s been creating business ventures since she was 8 years old. We guarantee that through the amusing hoopla of the girl and her friends you ll discover ways to fi ne-tune your child s genius and long before you re able to put this book down, you ll be teaching your biz-kids about the coolness of taking charge of their very own happiness. Do you have a entrepreneurial child? Use the checklist at the beginning of this book to fi nd out.
They've now been christened 'monster kids' by people in their middle age looking back: ... “A generation of fantasy lovers thank you for raising us so well.
Author: David Konow
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Category: Performing Arts
From the author of the definitive heavy metal history, Bang Your Head, a behind-the-scenes look a century of horror films Reel Terror is a love letter to the wildly popular yet still misunderstood genre that churns out blockbusters and cult classics year after year. From The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari to Paranormal Activity, Konow explores its all-time highs and lows, why the genre has been overlooked, and how horror films just might help us overcome fear. His on-set stories and insights delve into each movie and its effect on American culture. For novices to all out film buffs, this is the perfection companion to this Halloween's movie marathons.
The world is populated by age mates who scare him out of his wits. ... adolescent mind without understanding the terror of the peer group.4 The Bible says, ...
Author: Sharon E. Jaynes
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Be B.L.E.S.S.E.D.! That is what Sharon Jaynes teaches as she focuses on being a Proverbs 31 mother. Today's over-committed, harried housewives and mothers sorely need practical suggestions and loving encouragement. Don't go it alone. You need a friend who has been there. Sharon Jaynes is the friend you've been looking for. Her heart is warm and her wisdom is straightforward.
Stress reaction of school-age children to the bombardment of SCUD missiles. ... Raising children in a socially toxic environment. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass ...
Author: M. Demet Ulusoy
Publisher: IOS Press
Category: Political Science
This book includes 15 full-length papers submitted for the Fourth International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence (ICADI). These papers reflect five ICADI tracks: Livable Homes and Communities, Smart Homes and Robotics, Transportation, Work, Assistive Technology and one ICADI theme: Consumer Perspective. The major focus of this publication is on aging and disability-related services, research development and policy, bringing together a rich mix of motivated and talented individuals (multi-disciplinary and engaged in different sectors and types of organizations) who ultimately impact these services. Further, the aim is to provide the opportunity to learn more about the successes, challenges and different approaches to the independence-related needs of elders in different countries. This book is of interest to research and development personnel, practitioners/service providers, policymakers, business representatives, consumers, professional and graduate students.
The terror of the machine: Technology, work, gender, and ecology on the ... Raising kids and running a household: How working parents share the load.
Author: Scott Sernau
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
Social Inequality in a Global Age provides a sociological framework for analyzing inequality within the United States in the context of global stratification and a rapidly changing world economy. With insightful analysis, and using examples drawn straight from today′s headlines, Scott Sernau explores the multiple dimensions of inequality—class privilege, race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, status and power—and how they intersect with each other. As it explores each dimension of inequality, the text analyzes the relationship between changing global power structures and growing inequalities within societies . Throughout, a focus on social action and community engagement encourages students to become involved, active learners in the classroom and engaged citizens in their communities.