Moving Out

Moving Out
Author: Polly Spence
Publsiher: U of Nebraska Press
Total Pages: 225
Release: 2002-01-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 080329297X

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Moving Out: A Nebraska Woman's Life is the autobiography of Polly Spence (1914?98) and an intimate portrait of small-town life in the mid?twentieth century. The descendant of Irish settlers, Polly spent her first fifteen years in Franklin, a village with conservative, puritan religious values in south-central Nebraska. Although Polly's relationship with her mother was tense, she loved and admired her newspaperman father, from whom she inherited her love of learning and the English language. In 1927 her family moved to Crawford, a tough but relatively tolerant cow town in northwestern Nebraska. Polly vividly contrasts the cultural differences between Franklin's prudishness and Crawford's more liberal attitudes. Though not raised on a ranch, she came to love helping her husband feed his cattle, deliver calves, and cook for logging crews. She also found innovative ways to attract visitors to the ranch, which she turned into a thriving guest operation. Despite her devastation following several personal hardships, Polly displayed remarkable resilience and determination in her life, and when intractable problems arose in her marriage she exercised the options of a modern woman. In Moving Out she intertwines the events that characterized her time and place?the Great Depression, the intolerance that breathed life into the Ku Klux Klan, and the end of the Old West?with the love, death, and sorrow that touched her family.

Moving Out

Moving Out
Author: Ar MacLaren
Publsiher: iUniverse
Total Pages: 72
Release: 2011-11
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781462063321

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Moving Out: The Survive and Thrive Guide This book is for anyone that's starting out on their own or even starting over in life! Whether you're a teen, new to being on your own or someone that has had to start over and over again. This book will not only help you get life going, but help you stay in your own place and keep you standing tall on your own two feet!

Moving Out

Moving Out
Author: Monica Mobley
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 12
Release: 2010-02
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781449089856

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Moving Out Moving On

Moving Out  Moving On
Author: Shelley Mallett,Doreen Rosenthal,Deb Keys,Roger Averill
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 216
Release: 2009-12-04
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9781135188818

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Based on a large longitudinal study of homeless young people, this book examines the factors that impact on homeless young people’s long-term outcomes, referring these factors to research and policy literature on youth homelessness.

Moving Out of Poverty

Moving Out of Poverty
Author: Deepa Narayan
Publsiher: World Bank Publications
Total Pages: 500
Release: 2009-05-13
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780821372173

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'To take birth as a poor man itself is a big punishment. We are facing many difficulties and there is none to support us. We cannot die also. ... Our condition is like applying perfumed oil to mustache when there is no food to eat.' - Male focus group discussion, Appipuram, Andhra Pradesh India has experienced accelerating growth in the last 10 years, yet millions of Indians remain mired in poverty. Why? Most books on growth and poverty reduction are dominated by the perspectives of policy makers and academic experts. 'Moving Out of Poverty: The Promise of Empowerment and Democracy in India' brings together the voices of poor men and women from 300 villages across Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, as it seeks to understand how these people have managed to escape poverty, while others remain stuck, and still others fall into poverty. The study explores the role of institutions such as family, markets and local panchayats, and factors such as aspiration, empowerment, social exclusion and conflict, health and asset accumulation, in explaining escape from poverty and falling into poverty.

Moving Up Moving Out

Moving Up  Moving Out
Author: Will Cooley
Publsiher: Northern Illinois University Press
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2018-10-19
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781501757303

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In Moving Up, Moving Out, Will Cooley discusses the damage racism and discrimination have exacted on black Chicagoans in the twentieth century, while accentuating the resilience of upwardly-mobile African Americans. Cooley examines how class differences created fissures in the black community and produced quandaries for black Chicagoans interested in racial welfare. While black Chicagoans engaged in collective struggles, they also used individualistic means to secure the American Dream. Black Chicagoans demonstrated their talent and ambitions, but they entered through the narrow gate, and whites denied them equal opportunities in the educational institutions, workplaces, and neighborhoods that produced the middle class. African Americans resisted these restrictions at nearly every turn by moving up into better careers and moving out into higher-quality neighborhoods, but their continued marginalization helped create a deeply dysfunctional city. African Americans settled in Chicago for decades, inspired by the gains their forerunners were making in the city. Though faith in Chicago as a land of promise wavered, the progress of the black middle class kept the city from completely falling apart. In this important study, Cooley shows how Chicago, in all of its glory and faults, was held together by black dreams of advancement. Moving Up, Moving Out will appeal to urban historians and sociologists, scholars of African American studies, and general readers interested in Chicago and urban history. --Todd M. Michney, author of Surrogate Suburbs

MOVING OUT Tweet Book01

 MOVING OUT Tweet Book01
Author: Gabrielle Jasinski,Eliza Lamson,Elizabeth Wassmann
Publsiher: Thinkaha
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2013-05-29
ISBN: 9781616991159

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Moving to college can be exciting, yet daunting. High school seniors leaving their childhood homes and heading to college receive lots of advice--from parents, siblings, counselors, and, of course, online. Even so, the guidance they will find in "'#MOVING OUT tweet'" presents unique value. That's because this new book represents the collective firsthand experience of four college students with rich and diverse experiences and with genuine intent to help out young people taking their first steps away from home. The authors--Santa Clara University students Gabrielle Jasinski, Eliza Lamson, Elizabeth Wassmann, and Hannah Miller--understand and respect the all-too-common dilemmas of college freshmen. How do I cook? "What" do I cook? Who will do my laundry? Where do I go when I just need a hug? Addressing these basics first, the authors then move on to provide guidance that goes beyond the essentials and actually focus on enriching and adding breadth to the college experience. Young college students themselves, the authors know that the unknown can be frightening. No matter how excited students might be to move to college, it is totally understandable to feel a tinge of nerves. And students are not the only ones feeling nervous; parents feel anxiety, too. It is clear that the authors understand this, because they address parental concerns with skill and empathy. "'#MOVING OUT tweet'" follows a six-step progression, starting with the pre-move period (typically the senior year of high school) to the long-term--the four years of college and beyond. Written in the easy-to-absorb tweet format, the book will help students to familiarize themselves with many aspects of this new world away from home. Parents too will find immediate value in this book, as it helps their children make a smoother, easier transition to college life. Ultimately, this book will work as a support system for students during and after the big move and will provide answers to the questions that come up during this time of intense change and excitement. "'#MOVING OUT tweet'" is part of the THiNKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweets/ahas).

Moving Out of the Box

Moving Out of the Box
Author: Jana M. Kemp
Publsiher: Stanford University Press
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2009
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780804762465

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A veteran author and consultant shows how teams and team leaders can improve communication, make better decisions, and reach goals more effectively, quickly, and productively.

Moving Out Moving on

Moving Out  Moving on
Author: Susan Murphy-Milano
Publsiher: Brick by Brick Unlimited
Total Pages: 154
Release: 2008-07-07
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781419696305

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Mount Up We re Moving Out The World War II Memoir of an Armored Car Gunner of D Troop 94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron Mechanized 14th Armored Division

Mount Up  We re Moving Out  The World War II Memoir of an Armored Car Gunner of D Troop  94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron  Mechanized  14th Armored Division
Author: Vernon H. Brown, Jr.
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2012-10-15
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781300308201

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Merriam Press World War II Memoir The author manned a .50-cal. machine gun in a "Peep" (jeep) as a member of D Troop, 94th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, Mechanized, 14th Armored Division. Later, he became the gunner of an M8 armored car. The story starts with their shipment overseas on the troopship Gen. James A. Parker, landing in Marseilles, France. Their first foray into combat is in early December 1944. The rest of the story unfolds as the author and his unit move inexorably towards Germany and the end of the war. The story will be familiar to all veterans, with episodes of camaraderie, laughter, combat, fear, losses, tears, peace and joy. This is not a war story, nor is it a story about war; rather it is a story about men whose lives happened to become entangled in a war. 71 photos/illustrations. "I have just finished reading your Troop D memoir and I find that I react to it more strongly than I ever have to any war novel, movie, etc. Perhaps because it is the real thing. I honestly don't see how you kept your sanity and would have liked to sit at your feet and have you tell me how you did it. I think that it is all the more telling because it is so understated — leaving so much to the reader to "fill in" with his own imagination and experience. I loved reading about you and how you felt, but it really leaves me with a deep understanding of what war is and why we must be so careful about getting ourselves involved in everything that is going on today." —John Wood

Moving Out of Poverty

Moving Out of Poverty
Author: Jonna P. Estudillo,Keijiro Otsuka
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 212
Release: 2015-08-20
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781317376484

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The words of US President John F. Kennedy, "the rising tide lifts all boats," can be applied to inclusive growth in contemporary Asia, where the poor are able to participate in and benefit from economic growth. Moving Out of Poverty explores three channels through which economic growth confers gains to the poor and improves the status of women. The first is creation of productive employment, as labor is typically the most abundant asset of the poor, and economic growth has created jobs in labor-intensive sectors. The second is investment in schooling which, coupled with increased opportunities to earn income, has elevated womens' status in society. The third is increased availability of improved infrastructure, which directly impacts increasing household income from wage work and self-employment activities. This book will be of great value to development economists, students and researchers interested in rural economies in Asia, and policymakers engaged in poverty reduction.

My Ordinary Extraordinary Moving Out

My Ordinary Extraordinary  Moving Out
Author: JLS
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2014-07-26
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781312385412

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Have you ever reflected on a seemingly average time in your life, and realized it was actually a lot more important than you initially believed? This short story is the first in the series of extraordinary, ordinary events that happen in life. Moving out, away from your hometown and parents and comfort zone, is terrifying. Change is almost always terrifying. Everyone experiences change at some point in their life. This honest, raw recount of a young adult's experience while adjusting to college will leave you contemplating life, loneliness, and why ordinary events aren't so average after all.

From Popping out to Moving out a Guide to Growing up Good

From Popping out to Moving out   a Guide to Growing up Good
Author: Dr. Dickie Marks
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 66
Release: 2021-06-01
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781664175785

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Suddenly I’m rudely evicted from Mommy’s moist, dark, but totally protective care. Strangers with blue masks are oohing and aahing. Then they spank me! I can’t talk, but I sure can see what’s going on. Attacking a defenseless little creature. Wow! Then time goes on. I tell you about every bump in the pot-holed road of life as I grow up. Like how I feel when Mommy is having another baby. When bribed to use the potty. When schoolmates make fun of kids who look different. When my body starts to change. When one of my best friends gets cancer. When I learn to drive. Or, scariest of all, when high school days are over, and the time has come to leave the loving nest in which I had been shielded by my family since that first spank? Some milestones are light and cutesy; others really touching and emotional. But such is life......

Moving Out of Poverty

Moving Out of Poverty
Author: Ingrid FitzGerald
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 331
Release: 2007
Genre: Cambodia
ISBN: STANFORD:36105132111324

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Moving Out

Moving Out
Author: Suzanne Knebes
Publsiher: CreateSpace
Total Pages: 126
Release: 2015-04-29
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1511630868

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Like a phone call to a parent without the lecture, this common-sense reference book strives to answer the multitude of questions that will arise for the young adult moving out on his/her own for the first time. It begins with advice and information relating to renting an apartment such as leases, security deposits and insurance but also touches on the practical matters of cleaning, ironing, and cooking. Beyond renting issues, readers will learn the importance of saving and investing and why starting those habits early is the means to achieving financial security. The book describes the pitfalls of credit cards and lists strategies to improve credit scores. Even diverse topics such as safety, emergency planning, manners, and healthy eating are covered to give a young adult quick, easy-to-find answers to so many of adulthood's questions.