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Research Agendas in the Sociology of Emotions (SUNY Series in the Sociology of Emotions)
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McGraw Hill Education, 2014. First edition. Softcover. New. Based on the prescribed UPSC syllabus, Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude, authored by two serving Indian Information Services(IIS), officers gives a holistic perspective of the various ethical theories, values and dilemmas that confront administrators and managers in the course of their professional carrers. Conceived and developed on a strong theoretical base, the book has plenty of case studies based on practical experience and research from various government sources. The educational background of the authors in subjects like Public Administration, Sociology and Philosophy and their practical experience in government has been put to effective use. Contents: "Chapter 1 Ethics and Human Interface Chapter 2 Ethics and Attitudes Chapter 3 Aptitude and Foundational Values for Chapter 4 Emotional Intelligence Chapter 5 Moral Thinkers from India and the World Chapter 6 Ethics in Public Administration Chapter 7 Law & Conscience as Sources of Ethical Guidance Chapter 8 Ethical Dilemmas Chapter 9 Resolving the Dilemmas Chapter 10 Accountability and Ethical Governance Chapter 11 Corporate Ethics Chapter 12 Ethical Issues in International Relations Chapter 13 Probity in Governance Appendix 1: CASE STUDIES—Ethical Conflicts and Situations at Work Place Appendix 2: Code of Conduct Rules Appendix 3: Important Bills and Acts " Printed Pages: 576., McGraw Hill Education, 2014, Yale University Press. Good. 1953. Hardcover. Clean text, sound binding. Ex library pocket, stamps. Dj bits pasted inside front. 351 pages. Author calllenged the extreme individualism, the reliance upon emotional revivals, and the arbitary super naturalism which had characterized most American churches from the middle of the eithteenth century. Hardcover. Taped spine tip. Contact Steels for more vintage Church History titles. Bookseller since 1973.; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall ., Yale University Press, 1953, Springfield, Illinois, U.S.A.: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd, 1992. a very good hardcover; an ex-library copy with usual markings; internally pages bright and clean; ---------- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED --------- FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE ------ . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dustjacket. 7 x 10". Ex-Library., Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd, 1992, Harvard University Press. NOT an ex library book. Clean interior pages. Dust jacket has 1/4" tears, no chips, price is clipped. Volume I only . Fine. Hardcover. 1st, No Additional Printings. 1962., Harvard University Press, 1962, Alfred A Knopf Inc, 1990 A photo of this book is available. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $19.95. 372 pages. Tight spine, bright pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. Publishers Weekly The full coming-of-age of Nathaniel Clay, which occurs at the class of 1960's 20th reunion at Princeton, is the ironic theme of Wolff's emotionally and sociologically accurate novel, a work that combines nostalgia and cynicism to powerful effect. The son of a charming ne'er-do-well (reminiscent of the author's father as memorably portrayed in The Duke of Deception ), Nathaniel comes east from Seattle to enter Princeton. His father--disinherited by his icily patrician parents for marrying Nathaniel's mother, a Jew--has died, and his mother is in the throes of a mental breakdown. Befriended by his roommates, socially impeccable Pownell Hamm and Booth Tarkington Griggs, Nathaniel seems sure to be invited to join one of the college's prestigious eating clubs. When he is blackballed, he experiences the dark side of his intellectual paradise. Wolff evokes the Princeton of the '50s-- and later-- with perfection of observation and detail: it is a world of perennial adolescents who sanctimoniously invoke the moral standards of the honor code while behaving with exquisite condescension to classmates of lesser social pedigree, and who abuse alcohol as an essential element of ``the brotherhood of blotto.'' In the book's second half, a device central to the plot--an essay written by Nathaniel's son--does not ring true, but the denouement has the stomach-wrenching impact of a plunging elevator. By turns humorous and sharply poignant, the book triumphs over its inadequacies to create an unforgettable picture of a privileged time and place.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good +/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Alfred A Knopf Inc, 1990, Harrington Park Press: Haworth Pr Inc, 1992. xii, 308pp, bibliography. Some rubbing and minor edge wear to card covers, prev owners name inked out inside front cover- no underlining etc. Focuses on understanding the plight of women refugees around the world and adds innovative treatment and recovery models for helping these women survivors. Unique insight into the plight and resulting emotional problems of refugee women.. First Thus. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo., Haworth Pr Inc, 1992, New York, et al.: Bantam Books, 1995. A Bantam Book/ Oct 1995 . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo or 8° (Octavo): between 6" - 9" tall . Frank Ward (Author Photo). 352 pp. Solidly bound copy and dj with moderate external wear, crisp pages and clean text. Light scuffing on fore edge., Bantam Books, 1995, PHI Learning, 2008. First edition. Softcover. New. Though psychology is a comparatively ‘younger’ subject as compared to allied subjects like Philosophy, Anthropology and Sociology, recent years have witnessed remarkable strides in its study. Indeed, writings on the subject have been both prodigious and prolific because of the enormous interest evinced by those interested in psychology and because human behaviour—both complex and simple—is such a fascinating subject for study and research. This accessible and student-friendly text shows the ‘what,’ ‘why’ and ‘how’ of human behaviour patterns. The text emphasizes controlled and systematic studies to explain such behavioural aspects as sensing, perceiving, modifications of human behaviour, memorizing, the recollection of past events, and affecting processes. The text is interspersed with many examples to illustrate the concepts discussed. The concepts are well-supported with experimental as well as observational facts. What’s more, the book acquaints the reader with the recent advances in the field of psychology. KEY FEATURES ? Liberal use of examples to give a clear idea of the concept discussed. ? Step-by-step analysis of various psychological facts to facilitate better understanding of the subject. ? Presentation of new advances and discoveries in the field of various psychological processes. ? Glossary of terms besides chapter-end exercises and summaries. Primarily intended as a text for undergraduate students of psychology, the book can also be profitably used by postgraduate students and all those who have an abiding interest in the study of human behaviour. CONTENTS: Preface Part I CURIOSITY OF MAN TO STUDY HIMSELF 1. Introduction: What is Psychology? 2. Historical Perspectives of Modern Psychology 3. Methodology of Psychology Part II BIOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR 4. Biological Bases of Behaviour Part III KNOWING THE WORLD AROUND US 5. Sensory Processes and Psycho-physics 6. Visual and Other Sensory Processes 7. Perceptual Processes 8. Attentional Processes Part IV MODIFICATION OF BEHAVIOUR 9. Learning 10. Some Other Principles of Theories and Various Aspects of Learning Part V MEMORY PROCESSES 11. Remembering and Forgetting Part VI SYMBOLIC PROCESS 12. Thinking Part VII CONATIVE ASPECTS OF BEHAVIOUR 13. Motivation Part VIII AFFECTIVE PROCESSES 14. Emotion Part IX INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 15. Intelligence 16. Personality Glossary Name Index Subject Index Printed Pages: 612., PHI Learning, 2008, PHI Learning, 2008. First edition. Softcover. New. Though psychology is a comparatively ‘younger’ subject as compared to allied subjects like Philosophy, Anthropology and Sociology, recent years have witnessed remarkable strides in its study. Indeed, writings on the subject have been both prodigious and prolific because of the enormous interest evinced by those interested in psychology and because human behaviour—both complex and simple—is such a fascinating subject for study and research. This accessible and student-friendly text shows the ‘what,’ ‘why’ and ‘how’ of human behaviour patterns. The text emphasizes controlled and systematic studies to explain such behavioural aspects as sensing, perceiving, modifications of human behaviour, memorizing, the recollection of past events, and affecting processes. The text is interspersed with many examples to illustrate the concepts discussed. The concepts are well-supported with experimental as well as observational facts. What’s more, the book acquaints the reader with the recent advances in the field of psychology. KEY FEATURES ? Liberal use of examples to give a clear idea of the concept discussed. ? Step-by-step analysis of various psychological facts to facilitate better understanding of the subject. ? Presentation of new advances and discoveries in the field of various psychological processes. ? Glossary of terms besides chapter-end exercises and summaries. Primarily intended as a text for undergraduate students of psychology, the book can also be profitably used by postgraduate students and all those who have an abiding interest in the study of human behaviour. CONTENTS: Preface Part I CURIOSITY OF MAN TO STUDY HIMSELF 1. Introduction: What is Psychology? 2. Historical Perspectives of Modern Psychology 3. Methodology of Psychology Part II BIOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR 4. Biological Bases of Behaviour Part III KNOWING THE WORLD AROUND US 5. Sensory Processes and Psycho-physics 6. Visual and Other Sensory Processes 7. Perceptual Processes 8. Attentional Processes Part IV MODIFICATION OF BEHAVIOUR 9. Learning 10. Some Other Principles of Theories and Various Aspects of Learning Part V MEMORY PROCESSES 11. Remembering and Forgetting Part VI SYMBOLIC PROCESS 12. Thinking Part VII CONATIVE ASPECTS OF BEHAVIOUR 13. Motivation Part VIII AFFECTIVE PROCESSES 14. Emotion Part IX INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 15. Intelligence 16. Personality Glossary Name Index Subject Index Printed Pages: 612., PHI Learning, 2008, State University of New York Press, 1990-07-16. Paperback. Very Good., State University of New York Press, 1990-07-16

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