The Defining Decade

A naunced portrait of one ethnic Community's evolving selfperception. The Defining Decade tells this compelling story with energy, clarity, and purpose.' Ceral Tuichinsky, Department of History.

Author: Harold Troper

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 1442610468

Category: History

Page: 356

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This wonderfully written and well-researched book adds an important facet to our evolving understanding of the sixties. firmly and passionately planting the Jewish `third solitude" experience of the period within its Canadian and international contexts. Troper shows now the Canadian Jewish identity was jolted not only by the activism and not so-quiet revolutions of sixties North America. but also by the dramatic politics of Israel and the Middle East. especially the 1967 Six Day war. Essential Reading for anyone who wants to truly understand the full sixties experience in Canada. Dimitry Anastakis, Department of History. Trent University. and editor, The Sixties: Passion, Politics, and Style Harold Troper has written the definitive book about what he calls the Defining Decade. This insightful, well-Written. Lively work not only tells the story of Canadian Jewry during the 1960s. but it illuminates important changes that were occuring throughout Canadian society and among Canadian Jewry's prominent next-door neighbour. the American Jewish Community. Gil Troy, Professor of History, McGill University Canadian Jewry during the 1960s underwent major transformations as the community grew in size, diversified. and asserted itself in new ways. A naunced portrait of one ethnic Community's evolving selfperception. The Defining Decade tells this compelling story with energy, clarity, and purpose.' Ceral Tuichinsky, Department of History. Queen's University. and author of Canada's Jews. A People's History.

The Defining Decade

Contemporary culture tells us the twentysomething years don't matter. Clinical psychologist Dr Meg Jay argues that this could not be further from the truth. In fact, your twenties are the most defining decade of adulthood.

Author: Meg Jay

Publisher: Canongate Books

ISBN: 1782114939

Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

View: 170

Contemporary culture tells us the twentysomething years don't matter. Clinical psychologist Dr Meg Jay argues that this could not be further from the truth. In fact, your twenties are the most defining decade of adulthood. The Defining Decade weaves the latest science of the twentysomething years with real-life stories to show us how work, relationships, personality, social networks, identity and even the brain can change more during this decade than at any other time in adulthood. Smart, compassionate and constructive, The Defining Decade is a practical guide to making the most of the years we cannot afford to miss.

The defining decade

Why was the defining decade such a significant period in the history of the
organization? What internal and external forces were at work? And how did the
Adventist Church help shape the spiritual mission of the hospital network — what
some ...

Author: Harold L. Lee

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780976844310

Category: Medical

Page: 154

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Music City s Defining Decade

Nashville's seminal 'seventies--but not all at the same time--Dennis Glaser wasan
artist's professional manager, music magazine journalist, record company vice-
president of public relations, owner of a record-pressing plant, and mid-level ...

Author: Dennis Glaser

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462825079

Category: Music

Page: 324

View: 226

With an eye for the events, an ear for the music, and a background in journalism which had included owning and operating a group of Illinois newspapers, Glaser kept pen in hand to record this unique history of the way it was and some of the people who made it that way in Nashville during the defining decade of the 1970s which ended with the industrys first platinum record: Wanted: The Outlaws.

Stevie Nicks Visions Dreams and Rumours

They quite simply weren't like anybody else on the bill, or any other bill for that
matter. For Stevie, the show was one of the defining Mac concerts of the
seventies, and the seventies was a defining decade. There was something about
it that had ...

Author: Zoë Howe

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 1783231289

Category: Music

Page: 445

View: 685

This biography takes us on her journey from peripatetic Midwest childhood to her explosion onto the music scene as chiffon-swathed rock goddess, right up to present day.

Encyclopedia of Race Ethnicity and Society

The 1980s appeared to be the defining decade for U.S. Census and its use of the
term Hispanic. For the 1980 census, people were finally able to identify
themselves either as of Spanish-speaking origin or descent or as one of the
specific ...

Author: Richard T. Schaefer

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412926947

Category: Social Science

Page: 1622

View: 696

This three volume reference set offers a comprehensive look at the roles race and ethnicity play in society and in our daily lives. General readers, students, and scholars alike will appreciate the informative coverage of intergroup relations in the United States and the comparative examination of race and ethnicity worldwide. These volumes offer a foundation to understanding as well as researching racial and ethnic diversity from a multidisciplinary perspective. Over a hundred racial and ethnic groups are described, with additional thematic essays offering insight into broad topics that cut across group boundaries and which impact on society. The encyclopedia has alphabetically arranged author-signed essays with references to guide further reading. Numerous cross-references aid the reader to explore beyond specific entries, reflecting the interdependent nature of race and ethnicity operating in society. The text is supplemented by photographs, tables, figures and custom-designed maps to provide an engaging visual look at race and ethnicity. An easy-to-use statistical appendix offers the latest data with carefully selected historical comparisons to aid study and research in the area

The Antibody Molecule

would publish their famous paper 'On the structure of native, denatured, and
coagulated proteins'6 although puzzlingly at this stage without any reference to
the work ... It could be said that the 1930s was the defining decade in protein
science.

Author: Anthony R. Rees

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191016160

Category: Medical

Page: 384

View: 271

The Antibody Molecule follows the extraordinary journey of the medics and scientists who shaped the course of medical advances in the field of immunology. One of the oldest of the medical sciences, immunology has a history that has seen chemists, physicists and biologists alike seeking to unravel the most complex system in the human body outside the brain. This book charts its intriguing history, from the genetic basis of antibody diversity, through the understanding of the mechanism by which the immune system's first line of defence works, to breakthroughs in crystallography and the exploitation of immunoglobulins as therapeutic platforms to treat cancer, inflammation and allergy. Tracing the developments in immunology in chronological order, Professor Anthony R. Rees presents the historical contexts of the periods in rich detail, bringing them to life with quotes and illustrations. This fascinating book examines the literature of the time, turning points, and controversies. A must read for immunologists and life scientists, as well as historians of science and medicine.

The 30 Day Love Detox

The erotic mind: Unlocking the inner sources of passion and fulfillment. New York
: ... Sexual double standards: A review and methodological critique of two
decades of research. Journal of Sex ... The defining decade: Why your twenties ...

Author: Wendy Walsh

Publisher: Rodale Books

ISBN: 1609619714

Category: Self-Help

Page: 272

View: 204

There is no question the terrain has changed. We can do what we want and date who we want, but do we have the tools to navigate our hard-won sexual freedom? Now, from the dating doyenne of the Sex and the City generation comes a groundbreaking prescription for smart, savvy, slow-love. Dr. Wendy Walsh's outside-the-box approach to relationships turns traditional thinking on its head by using evolutionary psychology to offer advice that is both empowering and practical. In The 30-Day Love Detox, Walsh offers a step-by-step, five-part attachment strategy with a 30-day "detox" that helps weed out the bad boys and sets you up to meet the right guy, including: - The five sexual myths that keep women single - When to say yes to sex in a new relationship - How to use technology to bring your crush closer - How to spot a commitment-oriented man at his peak readiness Melding scientific research, anthropological truths, and proven techniques, The 30-Day Love Detox is a revolutionary road map to finding lasting love in a modern world.

Documenting China

TOTAL REFORM Excerpts from Red Flag The Great Proletarian Cultural
Revolution (X {{. R. H. fli Wenhua Da Geming, X # Wenge) provokes some of the
... as a watershed in history, thedefining decade of half a century of communist ...

Author: Margaret Hillenbrand

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 0295805005

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 240

View: 905

Documenting China brings together a series of linked texts, each one chosen for its impact when first published, and which together chart the core developments in twentieth-century Chinese history. With extracts spanning the fields of philosophy, political science, gender studies, popular culture, literary history, neo-nationalist discourse, and international relations, the book challenges advanced language learners to elevate their reading ability to the level necessary for handling real primary sources in an unmediated way while deepening their understanding of Chinese politics, society, and culture. Each chapter is structured around crucial passages from a core historical text, each chapter begins with an introductory essay in English that provides context for fully understanding the text, suggested further readings, and a glossary of key terms.

The Press and Popular Culture

PERFECTING A PATTERN This chapter will propose that the developments of
the 1930s can be categorized as part of the continuum that was the New
Journalism. The 1930s was the defining decade for the direction of popular daily
 ...

Author: Martin Conboy

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761966616

Category: Social Science

Page: 194

View: 221

In this book, Martin Conboy unpicks the complex and dynamic relationship between the popular press and popular culture. Rejecting approaches to popular culture which restrict themselves to the contemporary, Conboy argues for the importance of an historical perspective in understanding the contemporary relationship between the popular and the press. The Press and Popular Culture offers: A much-needed critical history of the popular press -from the Early Modern Period to the present day A comparative analysis of the emergence of the popular press in the US and Britain An approach to the role played by the popular press in the formation of popular culture which emphasizes the use of language

Forest Canopies

For scientists and educators, entering the living laboratory of the world's forests
has always been a relatively easy affair; however, accessing the treetops proved
fairly difficult until the 1990s, the defining decade for the emerging science of ...

Author: Margaret D. Lowman

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080491340

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 544

View: 670

The treetops of the world's forests are where discovery and opportunity abound, however they have been relatively inaccessible until recently. This book represents an authoritative synthesis of data, anecdotes, case studies, observations, and recommendations from researchers and educators who have risked life and limb in their advocacy of the High Frontier. With innovative rope techniques, cranes, walkways, dirigibles, and towers, they finally gained access to the rich biodiversity that lives far above the forest floor and the emerging science of canopy ecology. In this new edition of Forest Canopies, nearly 60 scientists and educators from around the world look at the biodiversity, ecology, evolution, and conservation of forest canopy ecosystems. -Comprehensive literature list -State-of-the-art results and data sets from current field work -Foremost scientists in the field of canopy ecology -Expanded collaboration of researchers and international projects -User-friendly format with sidebars and case studies -Keywords and outlines for each chapter

Pat Robertson

The quote became a signal to many politically conservative evangelicals and
Fundamentalists that Reagan was with them in heart and soul . The 1980s was
the defining decade for Pat Robertson . While the previous twenty years had
been a ...

Author: David John Marley

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742552951

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 312

View: 400

A complimentary, independent portrait of the 700 Club host and co-founder of the Christian Coalition considers his role as a reviled figure in the secular world and a formidable role model among Christian fundamentalists, in a profile that lauds his achievements while questioning some of his decisions.

Pretend I m Not Here

How I Worked with Three Newspaper Icons, One Powerful First Lady, and Still
Managed to Dig Myself Out of the Washington Swamp Barbara ... This had an
eclipsing effect on me during a decade—that of my twenties—that was defining. “
As a ...

Author: Barbara Feinman Todd

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062445111

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 817

An accomplished former ghostwriter and book researcher who worked with Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein, Ben Bradlee, and Hillary Clinton goes behind-the-scenes of the national’s capital to tell the story of how she survived the exciting, but self-important and self-promoting world of the Beltway. Barbara Feinman Todd has spent a lifetime helping other people tell their stories. In the early 1980s, she worked for Bob Woodward, first as his research assistant in the paper’s investigative unit and, later, as his personal researcher for Veil, his bestselling book about the CIA. Next she helped Carl Bernstein, who was struggling to finish his memoir, Loyalties. She then assisted legendary editor Ben Bradlee on his acclaimed autobiography A Good Life, and she worked with Hillary Clinton on her bestselling It Takes a Village. Feinman Todd’s involvement with Mrs. Clinton made headlines when the First Lady neglected to acknowledge her role in the book’s creation, and later, when a disclosure to Woodward about the Clinton White House appeared in one of his books. These events haunted Feinman Todd for the next two decades until she confronted her past and discovered something startling. Revealing what it’s like to get into the heads and hearts of some of Washington’s most compelling and powerful figures, Feinman Todd offers authentic portraits that go beyond the carefully polished public personas that are the standard fare of the Washington publicity factory. At its heart, Pretend I’m Not Here is a funny and forthcoming story of a young woman in a male-dominated world trying to find her own voice while eloquently speaking for others.

A Decade of Delusions

As noted elsewhere, once investors come to irrationally fear risk (with the same
intensity with which they were irrationally exuberant), they are not soon
dissuaded. The defining characteristic of the next decade for value investors may
be the ...

Author: Frank K. Martin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118078160

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

View: 427

The proven strategies rational investors require for success in an irrational market When the dot-com and real estate bubbles of the 1990s and 2000s burst, few were spared the financial fallout. So, how did an investment advisory firm located in Elkhart, Indiana—one of the cities hit hardest by the economic downturns—not only survive, but also thrive during the highly contagious speculative pandemics. By remaining rational. In A Decade of Delusions: From Speculative Contagion to the Great Recession, Frank Martin founder of Elkhart, Indiana's Martin Capital Management offers a riveting and real-time insider's look at the two bubbles, and reflects on how investors can remain rational even when markets are anything but. Outlines strategies the average investor can use to wade through the endless news, information, and investment advice that bombards them Describes the epidemic of market speculation that gradually infects feverish investors Details how investors can spare themselves the emotional devastation and accompanying paralysis resulting from shocking financial losses Investors are still reeling from the instability in the market. A Decade of Delusions: From Speculative Contagion to the Great Recession provides the information investors need to achieve safety, liquidity, and yield.

After the Fireworks

Each of them might have secured a more enduring place in his bibliography had
they been initially issued as standalone novels. All were written in the defining
decade when he was most keenly focused on fiction, and Huxley favored them ...

Author: Aldous Huxley

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062423959

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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"'After the Fireworks' is a major work and a turning point for Huxley, leading directly to Brave New World.” --Gary Giddins, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award In After the Fireworks, three lost classic pieces of short fiction by Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, are collected for the first time, with an original foreword by National Book Critics Circle Award winner Gary Giddins. In the title novella, Rome is the stunning backdrop for a renowned novelist’s dangerous affair. “Uncle Spencer” is the “exquisite” (New Statesman) tale of an aging World War I veteran’s quest for the lost love he met in a prison during the war, and “Two or Three Graces,” “probably the thing nearest perfection of all that [Huxley] has done” (New Statesman), recounts a destructive writer’s abusive relationship with an impressionable housewife. Now brought back in print for the first time in seventy-five years, the novellas newly collected in After the Fireworks reveal Aldous Huxley at the height of his powers.

Asphalt Nation

The Late Motor Age: A Defining Decade TWO DAYS AFTER MAY DAY 1991, I
began this odyssey into the auto age. Getting around on four wheels wasn't what
it used to be, and, in the aftermath of what some were calling “the first petroleum ...

Author: Jane Holtz Kay

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0307819973

Category: Transportation

Page: 418

View: 464

Asphalt Nation is a major work of urban studies that examines how the automobile has ravaged America’s cities and landscape, and how we can fight back. The automobile was once seen as a boon to American life, eradicating the pollution caused by horses and granting citizens new levels of personal freedom and mobility. But it was not long before the servant became the master—public spaces were designed to accommodate the automobile at the expense of the pedestrian, mass transportation was neglected, and the poor, unable to afford cars, saw their access to jobs and amenities worsen. Now even drivers themselves suffer, as cars choke the highways and pollution and congestion have replaced the fresh air of the open road. Today our world revolves around the car—as a nation, we spend eight billion hours a year stuck in traffic. In Asphalt Nation, Jane Holtz Kay effectively calls for a revolution to reverse our automobile-dependency. Citing successful efforts in places from Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon, Kay shows us that radical change is not impossible by any means. She demonstrates that there are economic, political, architectural, and personal solutions that can steer us out of the mess. Asphalt Nation is essential reading for everyone interested in the history of our relationship with the car, and in the prospect of returning to a world of human mobility.

Reserve Bank of India Bulletin

Indian Banking Sector : Towards the Next Orbit Bank's agenda and the Reserve
Bank is no exception . Besides changes in the way it supervises ... We are at the
cusp of a defining decade in the banking system . The Indian banking system has
 ...

Author: Reserve Bank of India

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Banks and banking

Page:

View: 557


American Political Plays

The maddening endeavor to select highly unusual and significant key plays to
represent an American decade's political portrait ... Clearly, the 1990s was a
defining decade of unquestionable American economic power set against the
amazing ...

Author: Allan Havis

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252070006

Category: Drama

Page: 379

View: 984

Richly deserving of wider exposure in the theater and the classroom, these sly, remarkable scripts touch on the forceful and salient issues of the 1990s, including the Gulf War, racial and sexual relations, crises unique to big cities, immigration and multiculturalism, art and censorship, revisionist history, academic freedom, and the transformation of the American presidency. The American Play by Suzan-Lori Parks features an Abraham Lincoln impersonator trapped in an outrageous, Beckett-like world, while Naomi Wallace's In the Heart of America centers on a Palestinian American from Atlanta who is caught up in the Persian Gulf conflict. Kokoro by Velina Hasu Houston chillingly depicts the stark predicament of a Japanese mother caught between two impossible worlds; Marisol by José Rivera reveals the dark fairytale life of a young Latin woman in a wartorn, apocalyptic New York. The Gift by Allan Havis confronts overwhelming moral ambiguity in the farcical realm of university politics, while Nixon's Nixon by Russell Lees offers an adroit treatment of the fascinating, tortured Nixon/Kissinger relationship. The collection closes with Mac Wellman's 7 Blowjobs, a wicked send-up of the compromise politics that determined the fate of the National Endowment for the Arts. Taken together, these seven plays present an eclectic web of social thought and imagination that are uniquely American, offering the reader a splendid, honest study of a rich society in search of itself.

A Defining Moment

John S. Jackson III The Strategic Setting In the 2004 elections, the electoral
majority the Republicans had enjoyed in the U.S. Congress essentially, and
almost continuously, since the 1994 elections, entered its second decade. By that
time ...

Author: William J. Crotty

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 9780765615619

Category: History

Page: 268

View: 291

Set against the backdrop of the war in Iraq, drastically altered relations with traditional U.S. allies, intense partisanship, and a national debate over moral values, the 2004 presidential campaign presented voters with a clear choice that reflected deep divisions within the country. This collection analyzes this watershed election, and its likely consequences. The contributors examine every aspect of the election, including the strategies and tactics of the Bush and Kerry campaigns, voter turnout and policy consequences, campaign financing, and the power of incumbency.

A Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson 1812-1892 A Brief Biography Ronald A. Bosco ** * * o he
study of Ralph Waldo Emerson's ... focuses on the details of his personal and
professional development, concentrating on the 1830s as a defining decade for ...

Author: Joel Myerson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199727964

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 336

View: 919

There is no question that Emerson has maintained his place as one of the seminal figures in American history and literature. In his time, he was the acknowledged leader of the Transcendentalist movement and his poetic legacy, education ideals, and religious concepts are integral to the formation of American intellectual life. In this volume, Joel Myerson, one of the leading experts on this period, has gathered together sparkling new essays that discuss Emerson as a product of his times. Individual chapters provide an extended biographical study of Emerson and his effect on American life, followed by studies of his concept of individualism, nature and natural science, religion, antislavery, and women's rights.