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Social Practice Book: Power and Practice By Social Practice MFA Program
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Dedicated to intentional ambiguity for the definition of Social Practice (SOPR), now more than ever this book is critical to the climate and the flow of ideas and modalities. This collection of... More > essays, graphs, images, illustrations, and correspondence is the fifth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at the California College of the Arts. Guest contributors include Amy Balkin, Ryan Gander, Betti Morenko, Dred Scott, and Sue Bell Yank.< Less
Social Practice Book CCA 2011/12 By Social Practice MFA Program
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Dedicated to intentional ambiguity for the definition of Social Practice (SOPR), now more than ever this book is critical to the climate and the flow of ideas and modalities. This collection of... More > essays, graphs, images, illustrations, and correspondence is the fifth publication from the Social Practice Workshop at the California College of the Arts. Guest contributors include Amy Balkin, Ryan Gander, Betti Morenko, Dred Scott, and Sue Bell Yank.< Less
We Need To Know Where We've Been To Know Where We Are Going By PSU Social Practice
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A collaboratively written text on the history of art and social practice. This book features the contributions of over 20 undergraduate students enrolled in the History of Art and Social Practice... More > class at Portland State University in the Winter of 2009, graduate students from the Art and Social Practice MFA concentration, Portland based artists, and interviews and contributions by influential social practice artists including Ted Purves, Helena Keefe, and Paul Butler.< Less
We Need To Know Where We've Been To Know Where We Are Going By PSU Social Practice
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A collaboratively written text on the history of art and social practice. This book features the contributions of over 20 undergraduate students enrolled in the History of Art and Social Practice... More > class at Portland State University in the Winter of 2009, graduate students from the Art and Social Practice MFA concentration, Portland based artists, and interviews and contributions by influential social practice artists including Ted Purves, Helena Keefe, and Paul Butler.< Less
Psychology and Social Practice By John Dewey
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Psychology and Social Practice by John Dewey. PROFESSOR AND HEAD OF DEPARTMENTS OF PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION. Published by THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS in 1901.
The Use of Self in Social Work Practice By Farrukh Khan
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The person of a social worker or the social worker’s self can be very constructively used in social work encounters in order to produce positive outcomes, help clients develop more meaningful... More > and open relationships with social workers and quickly as well as informally solve problems. A social worker’s self can be manifested and presented in a complex manner during a social work encounter. However, a trained social worker will know something about their self and how this self can be used to help their clients.< Less
The Use of Self in Social Work Practice By Farrukh Khan
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The person of a social worker or the social worker’s self can be very constructively used in social work encounters in order to produce positive outcomes, help clients develop more meaningful... More > and open relationships with social workers and quickly as well as informally solve problems. A social worker’s self can be manifested and presented in a complex manner during a social work encounter. However, a trained social worker will know something about their self and how this self can be used to help their clients.< Less
small-town social practices By palouse palouse press
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a publication that explores topics of contemporary making outside of the metropolitan audience. social practices as they relate to rural communities. intervention in your neighborhood. collaboration... More > with your family. an exploration of space & place as it relates to the outskirts and the hinterland. an exploration of space & place as it relates to our nuclear communities, our neighbors, and ourselves. editors: mary rothlisberger, lauren mccleary, nik meisel< Less
Social Media Best Practices for Automotive Dealers By Adam Boalt
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This e-book, Social Media Best Practices for Automotive Dealers, is for the automotive dealer starting out with social media — an entry-level overview if you will. While social media requires a... More > solid amount of effort, time and interest, this short read will equip you with the knowledge you will need to enter the digital social age that is upon our society. In this book, you will learn how to get started, best practices and tips and tricks.< Less
The Legend of the Kaleidoscope Maker: A Social Responsibility Parable About Labor Practices By Holly Duckworth, Andrea Zimmerman
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As you read about the misadventures of Sebastian the kaleidoscope maker, we encourage you to ask children to think about the larger message of fair Labor Practices. This can be a controversial and... More > politicized topic. However, we want to break through these complexities and teach children about the need to value everyone’s role in the community. The international standard on Social Responsibility (ISO 26000) recognizes that without everyone pulling together to accomplish community and organizational goals no one wins. Through Sebastian’s lesson we learn about the employee as a stakeholder, employment relations, training and development, and social dialogue. We encourage you to use this story to help set our precious young readers on a course of understanding fair Labor Practices. We hope you enjoy joining Sebastian on his journey of learning that respecting everyone’s role and skill in the community makes Kallosea a wonderful place to live.< Less