Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 440
Release: 2013-11-07
Genre: History
ISBN: 9789004262805

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The edited volume Unity in Diversity: Mysticism, Messianism and the Construction of Religious Authority in Islam explores the role of mystical and messianic groups and movements in the construction and re-construction of religious authority in Muslim societies.

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Benjamin Creme,Share International Foundation
Publsiher: Much-in-Little
Total Pages: 167
Release: 2012-07-01
Genre: Spiritual life
ISBN: 907148498X

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Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Randall J. Pederson
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 396
Release: 2014-08-14
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9789004278516

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In Unity in Diversity, Randall J. Pederson critiques current trends in the study of Puritanism, and proposes a different path for defining Puritanism, centered on unitas and diversitas, by looking at John Downame, Francis Rous, and Tobias Crisp.

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Lynne Bowker,Michael Cronin,Dorothy Kenny,Jennifer Pearson
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 196
Release: 2016-04-08
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781134960354

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Translation studies as a discipline has grown enormously in recent decades. Contributions to the discipline have come from a variety of fields, including machine translation, history, literature, philosophy, linguistics, terminology, signed language interpreting, screen translation, translation pedagogy, software localization and lexicography. There is evidently great diversity in translation studies, but is there much unity? Have the different branches of translation studies become so specialized that they can no longer talk to each other? Would translation studies be strengthened or weakened by the search for or the existence of unifying principles? This volume brings together contributions from feminist theory, screen translation, terminology, interpreting, computer-assisted translation, advertising, literature, linguistics, and translation pedagogy in order to counter the tendency to partition or exclude in translation studies. Machine translation specialists and literary translators should be found between the same book covers, if only because the nomadic journeying of concepts is often the key to intellectual discovery and renewal. Celebrating our differences does not mean ignoring what we have in common. Unity in Diversity offers a valuable overview of the current state of translation studies from both theoretical and practical perspectives and makes an important contribution to debates on the future direction of translation studies.

The Sterling Book of UNITY IN DIVERSITY

The Sterling Book of UNITY IN DIVERSITY
Author: O.P Ghai
Publsiher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
Total Pages: 106
Release: 2011-12-30
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9788120790667

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"The Temple of Understanding (India Chapter) President: Dr. Karan Singh The Temple of Understanding was founded in 1960 by the American Interfaith activist Juliet Hollister to address the urgent need of our time for furthering understanding among the religions of the world. While the international headquarters in New York have been promoting the cause dear to its founders through Interfaith retreats, summits, exhibitions, sacred dances and other activities, the India Chapter under the leadership of Dr. Karan Singh, who is also International Chairman, is active in furthering religious understanding and goodwill through lectures, seminars, national and international conferences and opening of centres in various cities of India. The Hari-Tara Charitable Trust Trustees: Dr. Karan Singh & Smt Yasho Karan Singh The Hari-Tara Charitable Trust was founded in 1972 in the memory of Maharaja Hari Singh and Maharani Tara Devi of Jammu & Kashmir, the parents of Dr Karan Singh. Since then it has been supporting various cultural and social welfare activities in Jammu & Kashmir and the rest of India. It manages the magnificent Amar Mahal Museum and Library set up by Dr. Karan Singh in Jammu, which has become the repository of a unique collection of books and paintings. It also sponsors a number of charitable and welfare activities including grants to charitable institutions, scholarships to poor and deserving students and subsistence allowances to the needy.

The Political Economy of Adjustment Throughout and Beyond the Eurozone Crisis

The Political Economy of Adjustment Throughout and Beyond the Eurozone Crisis
Author: Michele Chang,Federico Steinberg,Francisco Torres
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 246
Release: 2019-08-08
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780429762499

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This volume focuses on the aftermath of the euro crisis and whether the reforms have brought about lasting changes to the economic and political structures of the crisis countries or if the changes were short-term and easily abandoned post-bailout and post-recovery. Starting with an analysis of the state of euro area governance at the onset of the crisis and the ensuing reforms, the book considers structural conditions as well as those specific to the domestic political economy of most of the countries affected by the crisis, including Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and Italy. It presents up-to-date and incisive analysis of the aftermath of the crisis and suggests how we can situate it within our understanding of different national growth models in Europe. This book will be of key interest to scholars, students and practitioners interested in the Euro Crisis, Economic and Monetary Union, European Union and European politics and more broadly to Comparative Politics, Political Economy, International Relations, Economics, Finance, Business and Industry.

Unity in Diversity Volume 1

Unity in Diversity  Volume 1
Author: Julitta Rydlewska
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 175
Release: 2014-09-18
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781443867290

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‘Who am I?’ The answer to this question is one of the most important issues a human being has to address in life. This is a question about possessing the continuous self, about the internal concept of oneself as an individual. The self-defining process, the discovery of the self takes place in the context of culture and society. The impact of social experience is felt across the whole life-span. Socialization exerted by parents, family and friends, acculturation to stereotypes and limited and limiting roles, inheritance of local identity and cultural myths, acknowledgement of the legacy of history contribute to the formation of poly-identity comprised of personal, racial, national, group or gender identities. Unity in Diversity. Cultural Paradigm and Personal Identity is a collection of essays by scholars of multicultural experience who, by employing different interpretative strategies indicative of their different backgrounds and interests, explore the issues of difference and otherness, inclusion/exclusion and of multiple ethnic, cultural, gender, and national identities. Offering literary, cultural, social, and historical perspectives the collection will be of interest to readers studying contemporary literature, (popular) culture, gender studies, sociology, and history.

Diversity and Unity in Education

Diversity and Unity in Education
Author: Taylor & Francis Group
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 179
Release: 2022-01-30
Genre: Comparative education
ISBN: 1032261463

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First published in 1980, Diversity and Unity in Education is the result of a conference set up to analyse criteria of diversity in education, comment on the politics of decision-making where diversity exists, and review in comparative perspective policies within countries and regions which have been designed to achieve educational harmony. Issues associated with the provision of separate education on the basis of sex and intelligence are identified and discussed. The extent to which national and local government officials, teachers and parents should, and do, participate in policy decisions is also analysed. International organisations, research workers and consultants will find the volume valuable for the direction it gives to research studies in education. University teachers of comparative education and those involved in multicultural education will find topics on which further research can be developed and postgraduate teaching can be based. The contributors are all distinguished international educationalists who have devoted their careers to the analysis of multicultural education in a world perspective. They are drawn from east and west Europe, North America, Africa and Latin America.

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: M. S. Gore
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 246
Release: 2002
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: UOM:39015057611520

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Papers written as special lectures and seminar presentations between 1986 and 1995.

Representing Bushmen

Representing Bushmen
Author: Shane Moran
Publsiher: University Rochester Press
Total Pages: 210
Release: 2009
Genre: Literary Collections
ISBN: 9781580462945

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A detailed and compelling volume that contributes significantly to current trends in post-apartheid scholarship.

A Search for Unity in Diversity

A Search for Unity in Diversity
Author: James Allan Good
Publsiher: Lexington Books
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2006
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 0739113607

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The humanistic/historicist Hegel -- American Hegelianism, 1830-1900 -- Dewey in Burlington and Baltimore, 1859-1884 -- Dewey in Michigan, 1884-1894 -- Dewey's transitional years, 1894-1904 -- From actualism to brutalism, 1904-1916.

Populism and Heritage in Europe

Populism and Heritage in Europe
Author: Ayhan Kaya
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2019-10-14
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780429855436

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Populism and Heritage in Europe explores popular discourses about European and national heritage that are being used by specific political actors to advance their agendas and to prevent minority groups from being accepted into European society. Investigating what kind of effect the politics of fear has on these notions of heritage and identity, the book also examines what kind of impact recent events and crises have had on the types of European memories and identities that have been promoted by the supporters of right-wing populist parties. Based on qualitative fieldwork conducted in six countries, this book specifically analyses how anti-European identities are being articulated by right-wing populist individuals. Providing an analysis of the manifestos, speeches and official documents of such parties, the book examines how they instrumentalise xenophobia, Islamophobia, Euroscepticism, globalisation and international trade in European spaces to mobilise the masses hit by financial crisis and refugee crisis. Drawing on in-depth interviews with the sympathisers of populist movements, Kaya provides some insights into the main motivations of these individuals in resorting to nativist and populist discourses, whilst also providing a thorough analysis of the use of the past and heritage by such parties and their followers. Populism and Heritage provides a unique insight into one of the most contested trends of the contemporary age. As such, the book should be of great interest to those working in the fields of heritage studies, cultural studies, politics, sociology, anthropology, philosophy and history.

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Lynne Bowker,Michael Cronin,Dorothy Kenny,Jennifer Pearson
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2016-04-08
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9781134960422

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Translation studies as a discipline has grown enormously in recent decades. Contributions to the discipline have come from a variety of fields, including machine translation, history, literature, philosophy, linguistics, terminology, signed language interpreting, screen translation, translation pedagogy, software localization and lexicography. There is evidently great diversity in translation studies, but is there much unity? Have the different branches of translation studies become so specialized that they can no longer talk to each other? Would translation studies be strengthened or weakened by the search for or the existence of unifying principles? This volume brings together contributions from feminist theory, screen translation, terminology, interpreting, computer-assisted translation, advertising, literature, linguistics, and translation pedagogy in order to counter the tendency to partition or exclude in translation studies. Machine translation specialists and literary translators should be found between the same book covers, if only because the nomadic journeying of concepts is often the key to intellectual discovery and renewal. Celebrating our differences does not mean ignoring what we have in common. Unity in Diversity offers a valuable overview of the current state of translation studies from both theoretical and practical perspectives and makes an important contribution to debates on the future direction of translation studies.

Unity in Diversity Revisited

Unity in Diversity Revisited
Author: Barbara Korte,Klaus Peter Müller
Publsiher: Gunter Narr Verlag
Total Pages: 274
Release: 1998
Genre: English literature
ISBN: 3823351923

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Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity
Author: Interdisciplinary Research Seminar (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Publsiher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Total Pages: 267
Release: 1977
Genre: Interdisciplinary approach in education
ISBN: 9780889200579

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The Interdisciplinary Research Seminar, developed by Professor Nicolas A. Nyiri of the Political Science Department, was initiated three years ago. The purpose has been to encourage and foster interdisciplinary research papers and colloquia which are now being published under the editorship of Professor N.A. Nyiri and Dr. Rod Preece. Contributors have been drawn from several centres and it is planned to expand the sources of papers in the future. The work that has been accomplished has served to bring scholars from diverse fields together and to encourage others to share in the exploration and expansion of critical thinking in a number of areas. It is expected that the publication of the first volume will open the way to an ever-widening interest in this core area of a university's life: critical thinking and dissemination of the knowledge gained. - From the foreword by Dr. Neale Tayler, Vice-President Academic, Wilfrid Laurier University