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This book demonstrates that more can and needs to be learned about regional integration all over the world through comparison and reflection on specific regional trends. Beginning with a theoretically driven introduction, leading experts in the field are brought together to offer a series of case studies on regional integration within Latin America, Africa, Asia, North America and Europe. The conclusions set out a challenging research agenda for comparative studies in the field. Adam Smith wrote in a Scotland where Calvinism, Continental natural law theory, Stoic philosophy, and the Newtonian tradition of scientific natural theology were key to the intellectual lives of his contemporaries.


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How was the new discourse of political economy positioned in relation to moral philosophy and theology? Adam Smith as Theologian it is a pioneering study which will alter our view of Smith and open up new lines of thinking about contemporary economics. The Complete Multifaith Resource for Primary Religious Education Ages is a definitive teaching and learning aid for cross-religious exploration in the classroom, offering stimulating and detailed ways in which to apply a concepts-based approach to the teaching of RE.

It provides a model for learning which engages children and encourages the development of higher order thinking skills and which can be applied to other subject areas in a cross- curricular setting. Comprising of a book and CD-ROM, The Complete Multifaith Resource features key concepts that underpin religious beliefs and practices and that are key to effective learning in RE for the target age level. Each concept chapter provides a wealth of material which will enable teachers to lead their pupils through the learning experience. Resources can be displayed on an interactive whiteboard for classroom viewing, or alternatively printed out for pupils to use during individual and group activities, requiring no further search for resources.

This includes: stories, pictures and questions to prompt discussionwriting frames, sort cards, matching pairs and other engaging activities This indispensable tool provides a modern, innovative and refreshing approach to teaching RE that has already proved to be effective in a large number of schools and can be applied to the effective delivery of an agreed syllabus for RE.

Each chapter is introduced by looking at the key concept from a Christian point of view, and is then examined from the perspectives of the other major world faiths, including Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism. The Complete Multifaith Resource for Primary Religious Education Ages will be of value not only to RE managers and leaders, but also to primary phase teachers who may have little confidence or expertise in teaching RE. Trainee teachers and those studying on education courses will also benefit from gaining a better understanding of the concepts-based approach to the teaching of RE as expounded by the Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton Agreed Syllabus.

It provides a model for learning which engages children and encourages the development of higher order thinking skills and which can be applied to other subject areas in cross-curricular settings. Between languages and cultures: Translation and cross-cultural texts.

Phelps, Louise Wetherbee; Janet A. Emig Eds. Feminine principles and women's experience in American composition and rhetoric. Toward a feminist rhetoric: The writing of Gertrude Buck.

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Composition in the university: Historical and polemical essays. Assuming the positions: Cultural pedagogy and the politics of commonplace writing. Motives for metaphor: Literacy, curriculum reform, and the teaching of English. Traces of a stream: Literacy and social changeamong African American women. Available means: An anthology of women's rhetoric s. Introducing English: Essays in the intellectual work of composition. Popular literacy: Studies in cultural practices and poetics.