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.
On the primacy of shame / Jeffrey Kauffman -- Side by side / Shelley Costa -- Between shame, death, and mourning : the predispositional role of early attachments and the sense of self / Vic Shermer -- Combat, combat stress injuries, and shame / Charles R. Figley, David L. Albright, and Kathleen Regan Figley -- Healing the narcissistic injury of death in the context of western society / Darcy Harris -- Shame : a hospice worker's reflections / Alex Tyree -- Shame and death in cultural context / Paul Rosenblatt -- Mask of shame, mask of death : some reflections on the shame of death / Hilary Clark -- Using the representation of grief and shame in contemporary literature and film to train mental health professionals., edited by Jeffrey Kauffman., Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"For decades, political observers and pundits have characterized the Islamic Republic of Iran as an ideologically rigid state on the verge of collapse, exclusively connected to a narrow social base. In A Social Revolution, Kevan Harris convincingly demonstrates how they are wrong. Previous studies ignore the forceful consequences of three decades of social change following the 1979 revolution. Today, more people in the country are connected to welfare and social policy institutions than to any other form of state organization. In fact, much of Iran's current political turbulence is the result of the success of these social welfare programs, which have created newly educated and mobilized social classes advocating for change. Based on extensive fieldwork conducted in Iran between 2006 and 2011, Harris shows how the revolutionary regime endured though the expansion of health, education, and aid programs that have both embedded the state in everyday life and empowered its challengers. This first serious book on the social policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran opens a new line of inquiry into the study of welfare states in countries where they are often overlooked or ignored"--Provided by publisher., Introduction -- Can an oil state be a welfare state? -- Seeing like a king : welfare policy as state-building strategy in the Pahlavi monarchy -- Creating a martyrs' welfare state : 1979, war, and the survival of the Islamic Republic -- The revolution embedded : rural transformations and the demographic miracle -- Development and distinction : welfare state expansion and the politics of the new middle class -- Lineages of the Iranian welfare state -- Conclusion : development contradictions through the lens of welfare politics., Kevan Harris., Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-301) and index.
Risking more, losing more : thinking about risk and resilience -- Looking back : the evolution of how we talk about risk -- A different perspective : the social production of risk -- Culture and the production of risk -- Organizations, institutions, and the production of risk -- Communities and societies at risk -- Defining resilience in relation to risk -- Adaptive resilience in the face of disasters -- Looking ahead : a move toward safety, or more of the same?, Kathleen Tierney., Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-271) and index.