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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
Annotation This book deals with one of the most urgent, damaging, and complex issues affecting young lives and contemporary society in general - the escalating high school dropout rate. Though against the wishes of teachers and school administrators, young people's decision to leave school is usually made under circumstances that provide little time or space for discussion. This book provides a disturbing account of how students' voices are over-ridden - lost in the imposition of curriculum and the rush to impose testing, accountability, and management regimes on schools. 'Dropping Out', Drifting Off, Being Excluded reveals the complex stories that surround identity formation in young lives and the interactive trouble as young people struggle to be heard within inhospitable schools and an equally unhelpful education system, Scholarly & Professional ; Peter Lang Publishing, Incorporated, Access restricted to Cleveland State University users
The exorcist : assault on American confidence (1973) -- Rollover : assault on the American economy (1981) -- Black Sunday: the loss of frontier heroism (1976) -- Three kings : assault on victory culture (1999) -- Rules of engagement : attack from the multicultural front (2000) -- CNN's America remembers : the "real" attack (2002) -- The South Park lesson and orientalist fear, Tim Jon Semmerling.
Beginnings of Sesame Street research / ; Edward L. Palmer with Shalom M. Fisch -- ; Creation and evolution of the Sesame Street curriculum / ; Gerald S. Lesser and Joel Schneider -- ; Formative research revealed : methodological and process issues in formative research / ; Shalom M. Fisch and Lewis Bernstein -- ; Varied role of formative research : case studies from 30 years / ; Rosemarie T. Truglio ... [et al.] -- ; Review of research on the educational and social impact of Sesame Street / ; Keith W. Mielke -- ; Early Window Project : Sesame Street prepares children for, school / ; John C. Wright ... [et al.] -- ; Does Sesame Street enhance school readiness? Evidence from a national survey of children / ; Nicholas Zill -- ; Sesame Street viewers as adolescents : the recontact study / ; Aletha C. Huston ... [et al.] -- ; World of Sesame Street research / ; Charlotte F. Cole ... [et al.] -- Role of Sesame Street-based materials in child-care settings / ; William Yotive and Shalom M. Fisch -- ; Carrying Sesame Street into print : Sesame Street Magazine, Sesame Street Parents, and Sesame Street books / ; Renée Cherow-O'Leary -- ; Interactive technologies, Shalom M. Fisch, Rosemarie T. Truglio (eds.).
Inspiration at the roots : sources of nonviolence in Islam -- At the point of a sword? How Islam actually spread -- Ignored for no fault of theirs : the Sufis and other pacifist Muslim sects -- Jihad is not war : grappling with the most controversial aspect of Islam -- A most improbable tale : nonviolence among the Pashtuns of Pakistan -- Following in the Mahatma's footsteps : Muslim Gandhians -- A refusal to cooperate : the struggle of the Kosovar Albanians -- Not just a land of conflict : nonviolence in the Middle East -- Struggling against heavy odds : Palestinians and nonviolence -- To topple dictators without force : peaceful protest in modern South Asia, Amitabh Pal.
Imagine being a principal -- Leading a school and managing a school: what's the difference? -- Creating traditions: how a school gains an identity -- Rugtime for teachers: reinventing the faculty meeting and mentoring good ideas -- Hire teachers as if your professional life depends on it: it does -- "He stole my snow": moral dimensions of leadership on the playground -- "Who'd you get?": the yearly ritual of classroom placement -- Administrative aloneness: the darker side of the principalship -- Imagine not being a principal: passing the baton, Elizabeth A. Hebert ; foreword by Richard H. Ackerman.
The newspaper-based political system of the nineteenth-century United States -- The printing trade in early American politics -- The two national Gazettes and the beginnings of newspaper politics -- Benjamin Franklin Bache and the price of partisanship -- The background and failure of the sedition Act -- Charles Holt's generation: from commercial printers to political professionals -- The expansion of the Republican newspaper network, 1798-1800 -- A presence in the public sphere: William Duane and the triumph of newspaper politics -- The new conventional wisdom: consolidating and expanding a newspaper-based political system -- The federalists strike back -- Improving on the Sedition Act: press freedom and political culture after 1800 -- The "tyranny of printers" in Jeffersonian Philadelphia -- Ordinary editors and everyday politics: how the system worked -- Newspaper editors and the reconstruction of party politics, Jeffrey L. Pasley.