The narrow generation gap regarding characteristics pertaining to images of
young versus old and Sabra versus ... We sought to determine the significant
differences between the second generation's self-image and stereotyped view of
Author: Menahem Rosner
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Social Science
Can a well planned democratic socialist egalitarian community thrive economically, govern itself effectively, and pass on its value system to the successive generations? Presenting the extensive research of a study conducted between 1969 and 1976, The Second Generation answers this critical question. It addresses itself primarily to continuity; a comparison of values and goals between 1st and 2nd generation kibbutz members; and sheds light on many other issues. The extensive data and rich theoretical discussions are a valuable resource for social and political scientists and moral philosophers.
Algernon Blackwood. THE SECOND GENERATION BY ALGERNON
BLACKWOOD THE SECOND GENERATION Sometimes, in a moment of sharp
Author: Algernon Blackwood
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
Sometimes, in a moment of sharp experience, comes that vivid flash of insight that makes a platitude suddenly seem a revelation—its full content is abruptly realized. "Ten years is a long time, yes," he thought, as he walked up the drive to the great Kensington house where she still lived. Ten years—long enough, at any rate, for her to have married and for her husband to have died. More than that he had not heard, in the outlandish places where life had cast him in the interval. He wondered whether there had been any children. All manner of thoughts and questions, confused a little, passed across his mind. He was well-to-do now, though probably his entire capital did not amount to her income for a single year. He glanced at the huge, forbidding mansion. Yet that pride was false which had made of poverty an insuperable obstacle. He saw it now. He had learned values in his long exile.
... their differing attitudes on such issues as affirmative action.12 Related to this is
the possibility of greater uncertainty among Asian American students in
comparison to those 185 SECOND-GENERATION CHINESE AND KOREAN
Author: Pyong Gap Min
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
Category: Social Science
In a series of essays based on original ethnographic research, Pyong Gap Min and his contributors examine the unique identity issues for second generation ethnic Asians, from Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Indian, and Vietnamese descent. They describe how societal expectations and structural barriers have a powerful influence on the formation of ethnic identities in a strongly racialized American society. Key factors discussed are the importance of culture and language retention, ethnic attachment, transnational ties, pan-Asian coalitions and friendships, social and geographic mobility, racial domination and racial awareness, life cycle changes, immigrant women's sexuality and gender traditionalism, deviant behavior, and educational and occupational achievement. This book will be a valuable resource in the study of Asian American culture, race, ethnicity and American society.
And when he stepped out of the inn, went to haul in another barrel of brown ale,
Tika shook her head and laughed. “Caramon says the same thing every year.
The leaves are more colorful, more beautiful than the year before. It never fails.
Author: Margaret Weis
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Years have passed since the end of the War of the Lance. The people of Ansalon have rebuilt their lives, their houses, their families. The Companions of the Lance, too, have returned to their homes, raising children and putting the days of their heroic deeds behind them. But peace on Krynn comes at a price. The forces of darkness are ever vigilant, searching for ways to erode the balance of power and take control. When subtle changes begin to permeate the fragile peace, new lives are drawn into the web of fate woven around all the races. The time has come to pass the sword -- or the staff -- to the children of the Lance. They are the Second Generation.
According to second-generation behavioral finance, 1. People are normal. 2.
People construct portfolios as described by behavioral portfolio theory, where
people's portfolio wants extend beyond high expected returns and low risk, such
Author: Meir Statman
Publisher: CFA Institute Research Foundation
Category: Business & Economics
Behavioral finance presented in this book is the second-generation of behavioral finance. The first generation, starting in the early 1980s, largely accepted standard finance’s notion of people’s wants as “rational” wants—restricted to the utilitarian benefits of high returns and low risk. That first generation commonly described people as “irrational”—succumbing to cognitive and emotional errors and misled on their way to their rational wants. The second generation describes people as normal. It begins by acknowledging the full range of people’s normal wants and their benefits—utilitarian, expressive, and emotional—distinguishes normal wants from errors, and offers guidance on using shortcuts and avoiding errors on the way to satisfying normal wants. People’s normal wants include financial security, nurturing children and families, gaining high social status, and staying true to values. People’s normal wants, even more than their cognitive and emotional shortcuts and errors, underlie answers to important questions of finance, including saving and spending, portfolio construction, asset pricing, and market efficiency.
... by veterans of the Afghan war.70 Salafia Jihadia and another terrorist group,
Takfir wal-Hijra (Judgement on the Infidels), were responsible for approximately
300 murders across Morocco ... Osama's Wake: The Second Generation ofAl
Author: Blake D. Ward
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Category: Islam and politics
The National Security Strategy (NSS) of the United States inadequately defines the threat which on September 11, 2001, propelled the United States towards a Global War on Terrorism and redirected the nation's security efforts. Most critics of the NSS point out the futility of waging war on terrorism, since it is a time-worn means to an end. If the nation is to have a strategy to combat an enemy, it has to define who, or what, the enemy is. The War on Terrorism should not be an infinite struggle against any entity willing to use terrorist means; and attempting to scope the threat to groups with global reach is not a discriminating factor in today's globalized and interconnected world. The enemy must be defined not just by their methodology but also by their ideology and politics.
second generation as active agents of change in cities. On the other hand, it
investigates the importance of integration contexts and how they help or obstruct the second generation in claiming their place and position in cities. We formulate
Author: Maurice Crul
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Category: Social Science
Based on data collected by the TIES survey in 15 cities across 8 European countries, looks at the place and position of the children of immigrants from Turkey, Morocco, and the former Yugoslavia.
Author: United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910)Publish On: 1911
White male breadwinners , first generation ( foreign - born ) and second generation ( native : foreign - born parents ) , classified by age periods : Number
and per cent employed as farmers . UNITED STATES : 1900 . Male breadwinners
Author: United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910)
3 : " Because We Need Traces " : Robert Schindel ' s Gebürtig and the Crisis of the Second - Generation Witness Memory implies identity , the self caught
between its roles as subject and object of memory , the telling and the told . —
Author: Erin Heather McGlothlin
Publisher: Camden House
Expands the definition of second-generation literature to include texts written from the point of view of the children of Nazi perpetrators.
In most Western European countries, the second generation is less
disadvantaged. They have grown up and attained education in the country of
destination; they are more fluent in the destination language and have broader
social networks ...
This section sheds light on how many in the second generation come to terms
with being Jewish after Auschwitz. Questions are raised about the image of God
and the continuing validity of the Sinai Covenant. The contributors reflect on the ...
Author: Alan L. Berger
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
An anthology in which people that the Holocaust touched second hand reflect on their relationships with their parents, society at large, and the events of the past.
Author: Dr Susanne WessendorfPublish On: 2013-04-28
Thisisvery different to the case presented in thisbook, with secondgeneration
Italians growing up within transnational realities that shaped every aspect of their
everydaylives. The varietyof terms usedto conceptualize second generation ...
Author: Dr Susanne Wessendorf
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Social Science
Second-Generation Transnationalism and Roots Migration represents the first comprehensive study of second-generation transnationalism, exploring the manner in which the children of migrants grow up amid travel back and forth between the country of origin and the country of immigration, while at the same time forming social attachments locally with people of other origins. Presenting rich empirical data gathered among second-generation Italians in Switzerland and southern Italy, and drawing on studies undertaken in other parts of Europe and in North America and Australia, this book investigates why as adults, members of the second generation maintain diverging transnational relations, with some sharing their parents' transnational ties and fostering social relations with co-ethnics, whilst others distance themselves from co-ethnics and rarely visit their country of origin. Yet others decide to relocate to their country of origin, a phenomenon the book conceptualizes as 'roots migration'. A rigorous exploration of the complex interplay of political, cultural and socio-economic factors in shaping the intergenerational reproduction of transnational ties, Second-Generation Transnationalism and Roots Migration will appeal to sociologists, anthropologists and geographers, with interests in migration and ethnicity, and the interrelationship of transnationalism and integration in immigration societies.
The second satellite of radiology and medical imaging is situated outside the
hospitaland connected bya tunnel,and consists of two MRI units, aremote
evaluationstation, a remote image processing station, andareporting sitewith
Author: Michel Osteaux
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The term picture archiving and communications system (PACS) was initiated during the first International conference and workshop on the topic sponsored by The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) in Newport Beach, California in 1982. The research and development (R&D) progress for PACS has been slow until 1988. The earlier PACS modules were mostly off the shelf components connected together to solve a very specific clinical problem. The three major players in PACS R&D are the European countries, United States of America, and Japan. For various reasons, the European coun tries concentrated in modeling and simulation, U.S.A. pre ferred in-house development or purchased PACS modules from a manufacturer, whereas Japan organized the PACS as a national project. Between 1989 and 1990 PACS R&D took a dramatic positive turn. Large scale P ACS projects were planned and some are of implementation, especially in newly con at various stages structed hospitals. Examples are the Hokkaido University, Japan; Hammersmith Hospital, United Kingdom; Social and Medical Center East (SMZO), Vienna, Austria; the U.S. Armed Force Medical Diagnostic Imaging Support (MDIS) project; and the UCLA Medical Plaza ambulatory care center. Another phenomenon is the organization of the EC-countries which provides a tremendous impetus for the European PACS R&D efforts. This book "Hospital Integrated Picture Archiving and Communication Systems: edited by Professor M. Osteaux and others is a direct product from these efforts.
Numerical condition is an important underlying issue in the construction of second-generation wavelets. Classical wavelet theory starts from the concept of a
multiresolution analysis. This concept imposes a stable scaling basis at a given
Author: Maarten H. Jansen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Second Generation Wavelets and Applications introduces "second generation wavelets" and the lifting transform that can be used to apply the traditional benefits of wavelets into a wide range of new areas in signal processing, data processing and computer graphics. This book details the mathematical fundamentals of the lifting transform and illustrates the latest applications of the transform in signal and image processing, numerical analysis, scattering data smoothing and rendering of computer images.
4 gilles deleuze Daniel W. Smith Gilles Deleuze1 was one ofthe most influential
and prolific French philosophers of the second half of the twentieth century. “I
consider him to be the greatest contemporary French philosopher,” Michel
Author: Alan D. Schrift
"Poststructuralism and Critical Theory's Second Generation" analyses the major themes and developments in a period that brought continental philosophy to the forefront of scholarship in a variety of humanities and social science disciplines and that set the agenda for philosophical thought on the continent and elsewhere from the 1960s to the present. Focusing on the years 1960-1984, the volume examines the major figures associated with poststructuralism and the second generation of critical theory, the two dominant movements that emerged in the 1960s: Althusser, Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida, Lyotard, Irigaray, and Habermas. Influential thinkers such as Serres, Bourdieu, and Rorty, who are not easily placed in "standard" histories of the period, are also covered. Beyond this, thematic essays engage with issues as diverse as the Nietzschean legacy, the linguistic turn in continental thinking, the phenomenological inheritance of Gadamer and Ricoeur, the influence of psychoanalysis, the emergence of feminist thought and a philosophy of sexual difference, the renewal of the critical theory tradition, and the importation of continental philosophy into literary theory.
However, since the end of the Second World War, the extent of integration of
societies and cultures has fundamentally ... It is for this reason that we attach
such importance in our proposals for a Second Generation United Nations to
Category: Political Science
First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
This book will appeal to final year undergraduates and postgraduate students, as well as scholars in literary and Holocaust-related fields, and an audience with personal and professional interests in the 'second generation'.
Author: M. Vaul-Grimwood
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Category: Literary Criticism
Exploring five key texts from the emerging canon of second generation writing, this exciting new study brings together theories of autobiography, trauma, and fantasy to understand the how traumatic family histories are represented. In doing so, it demonstrates the continuing impact of familial and community Holocaust trauma, and the need for a precise, clearly developed theoretical framework in which to situate these works. This book will appeal to final year undergraduates and postgraduate students, as well as scholars in literary and Holocaust-related fields, and an audience with personal and professional interests in the 'second generation'.
Chapter 7 — BEYOND THE “ SECOND GENERATION " Rethinking the Place of
Migrant Youth Culture in Berlin Levent Soysal The Discrete Charm of the " Second Generation " In his introduction to the special issue of International
Phillips was born in Madison, Indiana. After graduating high school Phillips entered Asbury College following which he degreed from College of New Jersey in 1887. After completing his education, Phillips worked as a newspaper reporter in Cincinnati, Ohio before moving on to New York City where he was employed as a columnist and editor with the New York World until 1902. In his spare time, he wrote a novel, The Great God Success that was published in 1901. The book sold well enough that his royalty income was sufficient enough to allow him to work as a freelance journalist while dedicating himself to writing fiction. Writing articles for various prominent magazines, he began to develop a reputation as a competent investigative journalist. Considered a progressive, Phillips' novels often commented on social issues of the day and frequently chronicled events based on his real-life journalistic experiences.