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Career Success Secrets for SOCIOLOGY TEACHERS - POSTSECONDARY By Imtiaz Syed
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Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary Teach courses in sociology. Sample of reported job titles: Sociology Professor, Professor, Sociology Instructor, Instructor, Social Science Instructor, Anthropology... More > Professor, Faculty Member, Lecturer, Psychology Professor, Humanities Professor< Less
Bumps on a Long Road Volume I By Cyril Belshaw
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Cyril Belshaw's career began as a colonial officer in the South Pacific where he later did fieldwork with his family. He describes the arcne world of academia and recounts his work for United Nations... More > and other international organisatiions. He travels widely in countries such as the Soviet Union, Thailand, Israel and Cambodia and in Africa. His long concluding chapter, before he moves on to Volume II celebrates the food and country of France.< Less
Bumps on a Long Road Volume I By Cyril Belshaw
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In the first of two volumes cyril Belshaw describes his career from its beginning in the Solomon Islands colonial service to travels in France where his love of food comes to the fore. He reveals... More > what goes on in university life and international academica, otherwise a mystery to many. His travels take him to the Soviet Union and other communist countries, to soul searhching in Israel and Angkor. He has an admired friend in Thailand and dislikes the old Nigeria and Myanmar. The varied life with its ups and downs piques the curiosity of equally varied readers.< Less
Remember Kalapana By Robert G. Roosen
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Memoirs of life in Hawaii from an astronomer turned anthropologist and astrologer.... Doctor Robert Roosen served as a systems engineer for the International Business Machines Corporation, an... More > observatory director for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, a problem solver for the Atomic Energy Commission and a consultant to the Central Intelligence Agency before he finally learned how to mind his own business. His career has contained a series of new beginnings.... When Kilauea Volcano began the longest series of eruptions in recorded history, he was sitting in his easy chair watching the hillside from his home in the Royal Gardens Subdivision near the town of Kalapana on Hawaii's Big Island.... He was the first person on the scene to be interviewed by news crews from CBS and ABC television, and convinced them to change the emphasis of their reporting from "people frightened by the catastrophe" to "a celebration of the manifestation of Madame Pele'."< Less
All about Franz Boas By Students' Academy
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Franz Boas 4 Introduction 4 Childhood and Education 6 Higher Studies 9 Famous Debate 15 Orthogenetic Versus Darwinian Theory 21 Early Professional Career 25 Later Career 30 Physical... More > Anthropology 36 Linguistics 41 Cultural Anthropology 46 Franz Boas and Folklore 53 Scientist as Activist 56 Students and Influence 69 ............................................................. ISBN: 978-1-257-82171-6< Less
All about Franz Boas By Students' Academy
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Franz Boas 4 Introduction 4 Childhood and Education 6 Higher Studies 9 Famous Debate 15 Orthogenetic Versus Darwinian Theory 21 Early Professional Career 25 Later Career 30 Physical... More > Anthropology 36 Linguistics 41 Cultural Anthropology 46 Franz Boas and Folklore 53 Scientist as Activist 56 Students and Influence 69 ............................................................. ISBN: 978-1-257-82171-6< Less
Against the Tide By J Foley
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Zoe Hudson's life is far from perfect, but her job diving for marine salvage keeps her busy and makes it easy to forget her failed search for her missing father. An unexpected call from her estranged... More > mother forces Zoe to make a choice that will forever alter the course of her life. Nicole Hudson is content to quietly finish her senior year at Columbia University. Her world is thrown into chaos when her long absent sister, Zoe, shows up out of the blue just in time to whisk Nicole away from gun-toting thugs. Soon she is off on a globe-spanning adventure, far more dangerous than anything she could have ever imagined. As the sisters search for sanctuary and answers, they are hounded by Tricia Case, a dangerous woman who believes the Hudson women hold the key to a stolen artifact. With her reputation crumbling and her career on the line, Case stop at nothing to find what she is looking for.< Less
Humping my drum By J.A.Barnes
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HUMPING MY DRUM by J.A.Barnes PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION: After a lifetime of not keeping a diary, John Barnes has reconstructed his past from a good memory and those few documents that do record... More > his life and times. His story starts with his childhood in Reading, his schooldays and undergraduate career. Although six years of war interrupted his academic progress, they gave him experiences in the Fleet Air Arm that may have prepared him for the rigors of his first anthropological fieldwork in Northern Rhodesia. The life of an academic is seldom smooth and various universities in England and Australia augmented his scholastic duties with ample tests of his diplomatic and political skills. In pages crowded with the names of colleagues, friends, family and rivals, Barnes brings a social scientist’s eye to bear on the disciplines of anthropology and sociology themselves.< Less
THE SPARE PARTS BOX By M CLEMENT HALL
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A young female student of anatomy, Lam, on her first day in the dissection room, encounters a cadaver of a young woman which for administrative reasons is taken away. Several months later she is... More > given a head to dissect, and recognises who must have been the head's former owner. Initial interest is purely anthropological, but soon becomes forensic when the possibility of unnatural death is raised. The police do not follow this through, and Lam determines, despite threat of career ruination, she must pursue an investigation herself. Ultimately her efforts are rewarded by the forensic conclusions.< Less