طبق روال سالهای گذشته، اطلاعات دانشجویان ورودی جدید حدودا بیست مهر ماه (پس از تکمیل اطلاعات در سامانه گلستان) در کتابیار پند قابل دسترسی است. شروع استفاده از سرویسهای امانت و مطالعه کتابیار پند برای این دانشجویان، به بعد از این تاریخ موکول میگردد.
Introduction -- US foreign policy in the Persian Gulf, 1945-1991 -- The balance of power in the Persian Gulf, 1945-1991 -- Dual containment: conception, evolution, implementation -- A triumphant America and a villainous Iran: perception as an intervening variable -- Two voices: domestic institutions as an intervening variable -- 'Mischiefs of faction': interest groups as an intervening variable -- Conclusions and intervening variables assessed., Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-204) and index.
The function of questions in institutional discourse : an introduction / Susan Ehrlich and Alice F. Freed -- The design and positioning of questions in inquiry testimony / Jack Sidnell -- Questioning in medicine / John Heritage -- Interrogating tears : some uses of "tag questions" in a child-protection helpline / Alex Hepburn and Jonathan Potter -- Grammar and social relations : alternative forms of yes/no-type initiating actions in health visitor interactions / Geoffrey Raymond -- Asking ostensibly silly questions in police-suspect interrogations / Elizabeth Stokoe and Derek Edwards -- Pursuing views and testing commitments : hypothetical questions in the psychiatric assessment of transsexual patients / Susan A. Speer -- Questions that convey information in teacher-student conferences / Irene Koshik -- "Is that right?" : questions and questioning as control devices in the workplace / Janet Holmes and Tina Chiles -- Questioning in meetings : participation and positioning / Cecilia E. Ford -- The spatial and temporal dimensions of reflective questions in genetic counseling / Srikant Sarangi -- Questions in broadcast journalism / Steven Clayman -- Questions and institutionality in public participation broadcasting / Joanna Thornborrow -- "I'm calling to let you know!" : company-initiated telephone sales / Alice F. Freed -- "How may I help you?" : questions, control, and customer care in telephone call center talk / Anna Kristina Hultgren and Deborah Cameron., edited by Alice F. Freed and Susan Ehrlich., Includes bibliographical references and index.
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""Are Economists Basically Immoral?" and Other Essays on Economics, Ethics, and Religion is a collection of Heyne's essays focused on an issue that preoccupied him throughout his life and which concerns many free-market skeptics - namely, how to reconcile the apparent selfishness of a free-market economy with ethical behavior." "Written with the nonexpert in mind, and in a highly engaging style, these essays will interest students of economics, professional economists with an interest in ethical and theological topics, and Christians who seek to explore economic issues."--Jacket, Introduction -- ; pt. 1, Economics and ethics -- ; ch. 1, Are economists basically immoral? -- ; ch. 2, Economics and ethics : the problem of dialogue -- ; ch. 3, Income and ethics in the market system -- ; pt. 2, Economics and theology -- ; ch. 4, Can homo economicus be Christian? -- ; ch. 5, Economic scientists and skeptical theologians -- ; ch. 6, Christian theological perspectives on the economy -- ; ch. 7, Controlling stories : On the mutual influence of religious narratives and economic explanations -- ; pt. 3, Economics, theology, and justice -- ; ch. 8, Justice, natural law, and reformation theology -- ; ch. 9, The concept of economic justice in religious discussion -- ; ch. 10, The U.S. Catholic Bishops and the pursuit of justice -- ; ch. 11, Jewish economic ethics in a pluralist society -- ; pt. 4, Economics and history -- ; ch. 12, Christian social thought and the origination of the economic order -- ; ch. 13, Clerical laissez-faire : a case study in theological ethics, pt. 5, Teaching and learning -- ; ch. 14. "The ; nature of man" : what are we after? -- ; ch. 15, Researchers and degree purchasers -- ; pt. 6, Teaching economics -- ; ch. 16, Economics is a way of thinking -- ; ch. 17, Teaching introductory economics -- ; ch. 18, Teaching economics by telling stories -- ; ch. 19, Between sterility and dogmatism -- ; pt. 7, Economic method -- ; ch. 20, Ethics on The Road to Serfdom and beyond -- ; ch. 21, Measures of wealth and assumptions of right : an inquiry -- ; ch. 22, The foundations of law and economics : can the blind lead the blind? -- ; pt. 8, Policy commentary -- ; ch. 23, What is the responsibility of business under democratic capitalism? -- ; ch. 24, The morality of labor unions -- ; ch. 25, An economic perspective on illegal drugs -- ; ch. 26, Economics, ethics, and ecology -- ; Index, by Paul Heyne ; edited and with an introduction by Geoffrey Brennan and A.M.C. Waterman., Online version: ; Heyne, Paul T, "Are economists basically immoral?" ; Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, c2008 ; (OCoLC)608423244
Examining debates concerning children and young people, this text discusses the "politics of childhood", focusing on topics such as: the family, education and schooling, mental health, crime and justice, and sexuality, 'Childhood': An Introduction to Historical and Theoretical Analyses -- ; 'Crisis': The Demonization of Children and Young People -- ; 'Families' in 'Crisis'? -- ; Prolonging 'Childhood', Manufacturing 'Innocence' and Regulating Sexuality -- ; 'Crisis' in the Classroom -- ; Children in Trouble: State Responses to Juvenile Crime. -- ; 'Mad', 'Bad' or Misunderstood? -- ; Whose 'Childhood'? What 'Crisis'? ;, edited by Phil Scraton., Print version: ; "Childhood" in "crisis"?, London ; Bristol, Penna. : UCL Press, 1997 ; (DLC) 97178525