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Author : Ian Leslie
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2021-02-18



Conflicted written by Ian Leslie and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-02-18 with categories.




Conflicted Scars


Conflicted Scars
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Author : Justin Davis
language : en
Publisher: ECW Press
Release Date : 2022-10-18



Conflicted Scars written by Justin Davis and has been published by ECW Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2022-10-18 with Sports & Recreation categories.


An indispensable guide to parents of hockey hopefuls At a time of great change in hockey, Justin Davis exposes the dark underbelly of the journey from the minors to the big leagues Hockey culture: it’s a commonly used phrase inside the game, glorifying sacrifice, toughness, loyalty, and a sense of identity. Justin Davis viewed this culture as something he was lucky enough to experience. After all, he’d won a Memorial Cup after leading the tournament in scoring, and he’d been drafted by the Washington Capitals. “In my mind,” he says, “I was the normal one.” Unfortunately, after stepping outside the game, he began to recognize the racism, sexual abuse and bullying that was so deeply ingrained in the sport. And then, as his own children grew into teenagers, the curtain was pulled back, the memories came rushing forward, and he was horrified: “Why was I naked in a bus bathroom for four hours with seven teammates? What happened to my brain, and why can’t I remember the simplest things? How did I end up living in a basement where the strangers upstairs were clearly engaged in domestic abuse?” As it navigates the sport’s darkest corridors, Conflicted Scars shares the story of the common Canadian player and offers a guide for parents who need to know how and why a typical teenager with NHL dreams, from a small town, now lives anxiously, introvertedly, and battling emotional detachment.

Conflicted Antiquities


Conflicted Antiquities
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Author : Elliott Colla
language : en
Publisher: Duke University Press
Release Date : 2007



Conflicted Antiquities written by Elliott Colla and has been published by Duke University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007 with History categories.


A cultural history of European and Egyptian interest in ancient Egypt and its material culture, from the early nineteenth century until the mid-twentieth.

Anger


Anger
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Author : Barbara H. Rosenwein
language : en
Publisher: Yale University Press
Release Date : 2020-07-01



Anger written by Barbara H. Rosenwein and has been published by Yale University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-07-01 with Psychology categories.


Tracing the story of anger from the Buddha to Twitter, Rosenwein provides a much-needed account of our changing and contradictory understandings of this emotion All of us think we know when we are angry, and we are sure we can recognize anger in others as well. But this is only superficially true. We see anger through lenses colored by what we know, experience, and learn. Barbara H. Rosenwein traces our many conflicting ideas about and expressions of anger, taking the story from the Buddha to our own time, from anger's complete rejection to its warm reception. Rosenwein explores how anger has been characterized by gender and race, why it has been tied to violence and how that is often a false connection, how it has figured among the seven deadly sins and yet is considered a virtue, and how its interpretation, once largely the preserve of philosophers and theologians, has been gradually handed over to scientists--with very mixed results. Rosenwein shows that the history of anger can help us grapple with it today.

The Conflicted Mind


The Conflicted Mind
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Author : Geoffrey Beattie
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2017-10-30



The Conflicted Mind written by Geoffrey Beattie and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-10-30 with Attitude (Psychology) categories.


One of the greatest paradoxes of human behavior is our tendency to say one thing and do something completely different. We think of ourselves as positive and fair-minded, caring about other people and our environment, yet our behavior lets us down time and time again. Part of the reason for this is that we may have two separate 'selves': two separate and dissociated mental systems - one conscious, reflective and rational, and one whose motives and instincts are rooted in the unconscious and whose operation resists reflection, no matter how hard we try.� In all kinds of areas of our life � love, politics, race, smoking, survival - one system seems to make very different sorts of judgements to the other, and is subject to distinct, hidden biases.� The Conflicted Mind explores how and why this system operates as it does and how we may use that knowledge to promote positive behaviour change.� However, the �conflicted mind� is a broader concept than just the clash between potential (hypothetical) systems of thinking, because in one form or another it forms the very pillars on which the edifice of social psychology is built.�This unique book therefore examines key social psychology theories and research in a new light, including Festinger�s concept of cognitive dissonance, Milgram�s obedience experiments, Bateson�s description of conflict in communications, and Bartlett�s explorations of the constructive nature of human memory. Geoffrey Beattie argues that although these classic studies were sometimes great and imaginative beginnings, they were also full of flaws, which social psychology must remedy if it is to make the kind of impact it aspires to. In doing so, he offers a ground breaking perspective on why we think and act in the way we do, to see what lessons can be learned for the discipline of social psychology going forward. Written in the author�s distinct open and engaging style, The Conflicted Mind is a fascinating resource for researchers, specialists, and students in the field, as well as the general reader.

Determining Boundaries In A Conflicted World


Determining Boundaries In A Conflicted World
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Author : Suzanne Lalonde
language : en
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date : 2002



Determining Boundaries In A Conflicted World written by Suzanne Lalonde and has been published by McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2002 with Law categories.


In 1992, when Yugoslavia was on the point of disintegration, the Badinter Commission recommended that the issue of its boundaries be resolved according to the principle of uti possidetis: the internal boundaries dividing the former Yugoslav Republics should automatically become the international boundaries of the new states. Elated by what seemed a clear and workable solution to an impossible problem, the international community proceeded to impose the "binding" principle of uti possidetis on all the parties involved. Relying on the Badinter interpretation of uti possidetis, five experts in international law have assured the Quebec government that in the event of separation from Canada, Quebec could assume legal entitlement under international law of its existing boundaries. In Determining Boundaries in a Conflicted World Suzanne Lalonde examines the origins of the uti possidetis principle, its evolution and colonial roots as well as more recent applications, to determine whether it merits the overriding importance now attributed to it.

Conflicted


Conflicted
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Author : Ian Leslie
language : en
Publisher: Harper Business
Release Date : 2021-02-23



Conflicted written by Ian Leslie and has been published by Harper Business this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2021-02-23 with Business & Economics categories.


Drawing on advice from the world's leading experts on conflict and communication--from relationship scientists to hostage negotiators to diplomats--Ian Leslie, a columnist for the New Statesman, shows us how to transform the heat of conflict, disagreement and argument into the light of insight, creativity and connection, in a book with vital lessons for the home, workplace, and public arena. For most people, conflict triggers a fight or flight response. Disagreeing productively is a hard skill for which neither evolution or society has equipped us. It's a skill we urgently need to acquire; otherwise, our increasingly vociferous disagreements are destined to tear us apart. Productive disagreement is a way of thinking, perhaps the best one we have. It makes us smarter and more creative, and it can even bring us closer together. It's critical to the success of any shared enterprise, from a marriage, to a business, to a democracy. Isn't it time we gave more thought to how to do it well? In an increasingly polarized world, our only chance for coming together and moving forward is to learn from those who have mastered the art and science of disagreement. In this book, we'll learn from experts who are highly skilled at getting the most out of highly charged encounters: interrogators, cops, divorce mediators, therapists, diplomats, psychologists. These professionals know how to get something valuable - information, insight, ideas--from the toughest, most antagonistic conversations. They are brilliant communicators: masters at shaping the conversation beneath the conversation. They know how to turn the heat of conflict into the light of creativity, connection, and insight. In this much-need book, Ian Leslie explores what happens to us when we argue, why disagreement makes us stressed, and why we get angry. He explains why we urgently need to transform the way we think about conflict and how having better disagreements can make us more successful. By drawing together the lessons he learns from different experts, he proposes a series of clear principles that we can all use to make our most difficult dialogues more productive--and our increasingly acrimonious world a better place.