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Theology of Integral Human Development By Liangao Soto
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The book explicates that human beings are destined not to be alone. Relational or communion, or interaction, is fundamental to the human-divine-nature dimension.This view serves as a resource for a... More > Christian tribal theology of integral humanhood. The Shamanic-based theology of integral humanhood melts the barier between man and God, man and man, the living and the dead, man and women, man and nature, religion and the secular world, world transcendence and world affirmation, matter and spirit and Christian faith and other faiths. It unites all things in christ - things in heaven and things on earth. It is a progressive move from the headship of Christ over the Church to the headship over the whole cosmos.< Less
The Human Development Experience By Philip Terry-Smith, Ph.D., Th.D.
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The human development experience is both a fascinating and somewhat troubling study. We are faced with some of the greatest challenges and celebrate some of the greatest accomplishments as we journey... More > through our life time. This text offers a unique and targeted interpretation of human lifespan development based on a psycho-social approach to development.< Less
DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES By Dr. Meeta Nihalani, Dr. Ashish Mathur
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The trainers are important for the development of the economy to the level of bringing professionalism in the industry and market. If the trainers are equipped with the values of the knowledge and... More > positive orientation and faith in their actions, then the students will benefit and get the results of success from the trained people who have the understanding of the ethics of growth. The city of Jodhpur has well developed facilities of educational and institutional support to create the professional and trained human resource for the industry. The aim of the paper is to analyses the strength of the trainers to impart the skills and attitude to the teachers or the coaches as training the trainers is also important to impart the progressive values of growth and development. The focus will be on the abilities of the trainers to satisfy the faculties to increase the satisfaction and the quality of education< Less
Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development By Francis Galton
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Galton invented the term eugenics and set down many of his observations and conclusions in this book which covers a variety of psychological phenomena and their subsequent measurement. It discusses... More > the variety of human nature, physical features, bodily qualities, emotions, psychology, anthropometric registers, character, criminals, gregarious and slavish instincts, intellectual differences, mental imagery, number forms, the history of twins, and selection and race, among others. He also advocated a system of rewards for high quality families to have more children to encourage the better element of society to grow in size. Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911), was an English Victorian polymath, anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, meteorologist, proto-geneticist, pyschometrician, statistician and founder of the science of eugenics. He was knighted in 1909. This edition is an exact copy of the original and contains all the original illustrations.< Less
Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development By Francis Galton
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Galton invented the term eugenics and set down many of his observations and conclusions in this book which covers a variety of psychological phenomena and their subsequent measurement. It discusses... More > the variety of human nature, physical features, bodily qualities, emotions, psychology, anthropometric registers, character, criminals, gregarious and slavish instincts, intellectual differences, mental imagery, number forms, the history of twins, and selection and race, among others. He also advocated a system of rewards for high quality families to have more children to encourage the better element of society to grow in size. Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911), was an English Victorian polymath, anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, meteorologist, proto-geneticist, pyschometrician, statistician and founder of the science of eugenics. He was knighted in 1909. This edition is an exact copy of the original and contains all the original illustrations.< Less
Health and Human Development--Ethiopia By Bert Bowden
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A syllabus and contents for teaching pastors in Ethiopia
Health and Human Development--Ethiopia By Bert Bowden
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A syllabus and contents for teaching pastors in Ethiopia
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
Juggling Pandora's Box - Migration as Human Development By Philip Baverstock
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This study seeks to demonstrate how migration can play an important role in the development of societies, be part of a solution to alleviate poverty and reduce the inequalities that economic... More > development has enhanced. The economic pressures of an increasingly globalized world, where resources, capital and goods have few borders, make it not only hard to defend the existence of borders in economic terms but even harder to defend immigration controls.Greater opportunities for people to move, can give them conditions to improve their lives and to be freed from the shackles of poverty that still hold half the world’s population hostage to undignified lives. In broadening our understanding of migration we can use it as an instrument to correct inequalities and fight against the human rights violations that must be seen as a problem of everyone, a global problem, stemming from the unequal system we have created, from the flawed development we are supporting and from the freedoms we choose not to give< Less
Methane Generation from Human, Animal, and Agricultural Wastes By National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, International Development Commission
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This report is devoted to the development of an alternative energy re-source suitable for individual or village use in a rural environment. An ideal resource is one that is local in origin and can... More > produce energy useful for this purpose depending only on local materials and labor. Unlike present rural energy generation (primarily heat from burning), an ideal system should involve a fuel that can be utilized for different kinds of work. The ideal fuel resource should be easily accumulated and stored to provide energy for heating, lighting, small-scale electric power generation, and power for engines as needed. Moreover, where possible, it should also provide more energy than is now obtained from the same materials. Rural areas usually have large supplies of material—crop residues and animal wastes- theoretically suitable for conversion into a usable source of energy. The process that appears to hold the greatest immediate potential for utilization of these materials as sources of fuel is anaerobic fermentation.< Less