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|Author||: Sangkul Kim|
|Total Pages||: 235|
Download A Collective Theory of Genocidal Intent Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Tackling one of the most confusing and controversial issues in the field of international criminal law — i.e., the genocidal intent element, this monograph seeks to develop an account of genocidal intent from a collectivist perspective. Drawing upon the two-layered structure of the crime of genocide composed of the ‘conduct level’ and ‘context level’, it detects the genocidal intent element at the ‘context level’. The genocidal intent found in this manner belongs to a collective, which significantly departs from the prior individualistic understandings of the notion of genocidal intent. The author argues that the crime of genocide is not a ‘crime of mens rea’. Collective genocidal intent at the ‘context level’ operates in a way that renders the crime of genocide itself a criminal enterprise. The idea of genocide as a criminal enterprise also suggests that genocide is a leadership crime in respect of which only the high-level actors can be labeled as principals (as opposed to accessories). The book criticizes the dominant individualistic approaches to genocidal intent (in particular: the knowledge-based approach) which have thus far governed the relevant jurisprudential and academic analysis. It further demonstrates that the hidden notion of ‘collective genocide’ silently governs the relevant international jurisprudence. Practitioners and academics in the field of international criminal law and related disciplines will find in this book a new approach to the crime of genocide. The text is the first-ever book-length exposition of a collective account of genocidal intent. Its accessibility is highly enhanced by relevant footnotes.Sangkul Kim is Lecturer at Korea University in Seoul and Research Fellow with the Centre for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP).He served as Associate Legal Adviser at the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (2004-2008). He earned law degrees from Korea University and Georgetown University Law Center.
|Author||: Marcus Conyers,Donna Wilson|
|Publsiher||: Teachers College Press|
|Total Pages||: 131|
Download Smarter Teacher Leadership Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This pioneering book shares a fresh vision for school leadership that connects current knowledge from mind, brain, and adult learning research to the process of teacher development and leadership. The authors provide clear steps to enable and inspire teachers to embrace leadership and collaboration opportunities for improving instruction and student outcomes, and increasing professional satisfaction. To demonstrate the broad array of leadership pathways, a flexible “spectrum of teacher leadership” suggests the myriad ways for teachers to contribute to their school and community beyond their classrooms. This spectrum is illustrated with real-life examples of teacher leadership in practice. Smarter Teacher Leadership will guide teachers to bridge what has been discovered about the brain and how metacognitive, cognitive, and affective skills support learning, teaching, and leading to stimulate collaboration with colleagues and advocacy with administrators, parents, and the wider community. “Using neuroplasticity and metacognition as key vehicles, Marcus Conyers and Donna Wilson elevate the concept of teacher leadership to a new level of understanding and significance. Their work has a research-based authority, and a deep sensitivity to teachers as professionals, that is both rare and admirable.” —Frank Crowther, emeritus professor, University of Southern Queensland “Teaching and learning are inherently social activities, but too often school culture and teachers’ training and expectations leave them working in a social vacuum. Conyers and Wilson have produced a clear, practical guide to improving teaching through strategic collaboration—a useful addition to the ambitious teacher’s library!” —Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, associate professor of Education, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of Southern California “Smarter Teacher Leadership is an excellent and really useful book for both aspiring and serving leaders. The power model of leadership is developed and is a welcome shift towards purposeful collaboration among teams of people. In an age of dominance of systems and structures this is a refreshing approach.” —Elaine Wilson, University of Cambridge
|Author||: Sally Swift|
|Publsiher||: Trafalgar Square Books|
|Total Pages||: 272|
|Genre||: Sports & Recreation|
Download Centered Riding 2 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Centered Riding is not a style of riding as are dressage, hunter seat, or Western. Rather, it is a way of reeducating a rider’s mind and body to achieve greater balance in order to better communicate with the horse. Founder Sally Swift revolutionized riding by showing that good use of the human body makes a world of difference on horseback. Early in her work, she established what she calls the “Four Basics” — centering, breathing, soft eyes, and building blocks—which, together with grounding, are the main tenets of her method. When a rider learns and maintains these basics, then harmony between horse and human is possible. Sally Swift’s first book, Centered Riding, made its revolutionary appearance in 1985 and continues as one of the best-selling horse books of all time. This second book doesn't replace the first one, it complements it. In the intervening years, Centered Riding continued to evolve, and Sally inevitably developed many new concepts and fresh imagery, all of which are presented here.
|Author||: United States. National Labor Relations Board|
|Total Pages||: 135|
Download Decisions and Orders of the National Labor Relations Board Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Public Lands|
|Total Pages||: 1247|
Download Clear cutting Practices on National Timberlands Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Susan J Brison|
|Total Pages||: 266|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download Contemporary Perspectives On Constitutional Interpretation Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Current controversies over abortion, affirmative action, school prayer, hate speech, and other issues have sparked considerable public debate about how the U.S. Constitution should be interpreted. Such controversies, along with the changing composition of an often deeply divided Supreme Court, have led to a resurgence of interest in theories of constitutional interpretation. This anthology, edited by Susan J. Brison and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, presents some of the most exciting and influential contemporary work in this area. Written by ten of the country's most prominent legal scholars, the selections represent a wide variety of interpretive approaches, reflecting different political orientations from the far right to the far left. These theorists have drawn on a variety of other disciplines, including literature, economics, history, philosophy, and politics, and have in turn influenced these fields. The selections were chosen for their accessibility, originality, variety, and importance. Together they provide an excellent introduction to constitutional interpretation as well as a valuable collection for experienced scholars in the field.
|Author||: Tony Cole|
|Total Pages||: 192|
Download The Structure of Investment Arbitration Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Although a State’s treatment of foreign investors has long been regulated by international law, it is only recently that international investment law has emerged as an independent discipline in its own right. In recent decades the practical success of investment arbitration has allowed international investment law to develop both its own cadre of academic and professional specialists and its own legal doctrines. This book analyses the structure of international investment law, as it has developed through the practice of investment arbitration in order to see how a variety of international investment law doctrines should be understood and applied. The book demonstrates how a structural analysis can shed light on several major controversies within investment law and also examines what an "investment" actually is. The book offers an original interpretative approach to the resolution of problems in international investment law, and so is one of the few books within the field to attempt to give investment law a solid theoretical basis. It also focuses on only a select number of problems, rather than attempting to deliver the universal coverage currently popular for investment law books. As a result, those issues that are addressed get a detailed discussion rarely available in competing texts.
|Author||: Stephen K. Huber,Ben H. Sheppard, Jr|
|Publsiher||: Juris Publishing, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 444|
Download AAA Yearbook on Arbitration and the Law 23rd Edition Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
For this work, editors Stephen K. Huber and Ben H. Sheppard, Jr. and the University of Houston Law Center collaborate with the American Arbitration Association (AAA), to revive the tradition of publishing an annual survey of important developments in arbitration and the law. Initially published as the "AAA General Counsel's Annual Report" and later as "ADR & the Law," the annual survey has not been published since 2007. The Yearbook will once again be produced on an annual basis. The AAA Yearbook on Arbitration and the Law provides arbitrators and busy practitioners a practical, relevant and readily accessible resource, organized into two parts: Part One contains digests of important decisions of the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals and state supreme courts. This volume includes digests of selected judicial decisions from 2007 through 2009, and is current through October 1, 2010. The book contains 130 case digests, together with citations and descriptive cross-references to more than 400 related decisions. Recognizing the important role of arbitration in the global economy, there is a separate chapter containing digests and cross-references to cases dealing with the unique issues presented in international arbitrations. Part Two consists of articles that address a wide range of timely and important arbitration topics, including a comprehensive report on the extraordinary range of services that the AAA provides and a detailed overview of the international activities of the AAA/ICDR, including a report on the successful implementation of the ICDR's pre-arbitral emergency arbitrator procedure, the first such procedure to be adopted by any arbitral institution as a standard part of its rules. Other articles address some of the hottest topics in domestic and international arbitration, such as a survey on the status of "manifest disregard of the law" as a basis to vacate an arbitral award; arbitral cost allocation decisions and whether guidelines should accompany arbitral discretion; a tenth anniversary reflection on experience under The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act; problems posed by arbitrator disclosure and implications of a duty to investigate; whether a private international arbitration falls within "foreign or international" tribunal under 28 U.S.C. Section 1782; and several timely practice pointers for parties seeking discovery in aid of arbitration. The AAA Yearbook re-establishes itself as the preeminent annual yearbook on Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in the United States. It is a required and necessary reference work for all who wish to stay on top of the latest trends, developments , cases and guidelines – accompanied by expert commentary and analysis – in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution.
|Author||: Master Stephen Co,Eric B. Robins|
|Publsiher||: Simon and Schuster|
|Total Pages||: 320|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
Download Your Hands Can Heal You Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
What if one of the most effective tools you have to restore your health is not surgery or medications, but your own hands? Incredibly, your hands can heal you -- with the "energy medicine" of Pranic Healing. A powerful system that is rapidly increasing in popularity, Pranic Healing works with your own natural, vital energy -- which is also called prana -- to accelerate your body's innate self-healing ability. Amazingly easy to learn and apply, Pranic Healing uses a series of powerful but simple methods to generate energy, including non-touch hand movements; energetic hygiene, the practice of keeping your personal energy tank clean and full; breathing; and brief meditations. Using these unique techniques, you can identify, clear, and purify unhealthy, imbalanced energy and replace it with fresh energy that helps your body heal itself from a wide range of physical, psychological, and emotional symptoms and disorders. A self-healing guide for 24 ailments, including physical and sports injuries, chronic arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia, hypertension, headaches, backaches, congestion and colds, menstrual cramps, even depression and stress-related disorders, is included. With step-by-step instructions, line drawings, and numerous real-life medical stories, Your Hands Can Heal You demonstrates and explains a revolutionary program that anyone can use to harness the energy of body, mind, and breath to produce health and facilitate repair. Personally trained by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, who developed Pranic Healing, the authors, Master Co and Dr. Robins, provide the same detailed guidance in Your Hands Can Heal You as in the popular Pranic Healing workshops. Additionally, they present, for the first time in any book, the Grandmaster's special modifications to the breathing practices that can dramatically increase your power and energy and rejuvenate and balance your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual body. This exciting new mind-body heath reference proves that you can heal yourself -- with your own two hands.
|Author||: Jaap van Etten|
|Publsiher||: Light Technology Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 135|
|Genre||: Body, Mind & Spirit|
Download Crystal Skulls Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Crystal skulls invoke a sense of mystery. What was their role in ancient times? Are they important for us in current times? Can they assist us on our spiritual journey? How? Although much has been written about them, many questions still linger. This book addresses many of these lingering questions on practical, subtle-energy, and spiritual levels. This long-awaited sequel to Crystal Skulls: Interacting with a Phenomenon weaves practical information on crystal skulls with meditations to provide a deeper understanding of the role of crystal skulls in expanding the consciousness of individuals and humankind as a whole. Filled with useful guidance for both beginners and those who have worked with crystal skulls for long periods of time, Crystal Skulls: Expand Your Consciousness addresses essential issues: what material crystal skulls should be made from, what size to choose, how to clean them, and what to do with them. The most important part of the book addresses awakening the potential of a crystal skull. Learn about the energies of these awakened crystal skulls and the effects they have on the spiritual development of individuals and the collective consciousness of humanity. This book invites you on a journey of awakening the potential of your crystal skulls -- and consequently awakening yourself. Several meditations are given to support this journey along with descriptions of the known ancient and old crystal skulls, making this book a "must have" for anyone interested in crystal skulls and in the journey of spiritual development.
|Author||: Ronald J. Burke,Cary Cooper|
|Total Pages||: 352|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Inspiring Leaders Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
We exist in an era of great change and widespread uncertainty in which course-determining decisions lie with organizational leaders; in this continually shifting climate we require their courage to take action. Billions of dollars are spent annually on developing leaders, yet despite these efforts, most organizations report a shortage of leaders - a leadership gap - and estimates of leadership failures approach fifty per cent. Authored by some of the best names in the subject area, this book addresses this issue and provides readers with an innovative approach to learning leadership skills, merging theory with practice to enable a better understanding of this complex and significant subject. It emphasizes a balance of skills, the critical role of feedback in learning and development, and innovative thoughts on developing women leaders. Taking an international perspective, this outstanding text will be an invaluable resource for those studying leadership, organizational behaviour and human resource management as well as those on specialist masters and MBA courses, and will be especially useful for those undertaking the difficult task of leading within organizations.