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The Map of the Soul [electronic resource] : Discovering Your True Purpose by Brennan, Tricia.;
Cover; Author; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgement; Introduction: My Story & How this Book Came About; An Overview of this Book; Part One: The Map of the Soul-Uncovering the Truth - The Basic Principles; 1. Allies on Your Journey; Your Inner-Self - The Majesty of Your Soul; The Wonder of Your Spirit; The Beauty of Your Higher Self; The Power of Your Subconscious; The Journey of Your Soul; Your Soul's Blueprint; The Soul's Hologram - The Dark & Light Matrix; Dominion - The Divine Truth; 2. Adversaries on Your Journey-Your Ego; The Inner Critic; The Inner TyrantDomination - The Ego's DeceptionPart Two: Creating New Maps for the Future-Aligning with Your Authentic Self; 3. Logging The Map of the Soul-The Basic Tools; Soul-Speak - Your Soul's Whispers; Intuition - Your Inner Compass; Life-Speak - Your World as a Mirror; Dream-Speak - Your Inner Landscape; Body-Speak - Your Physical Vehicle; Journaling; Affirmations; Divine Truth & Key-Word Contemplation; Meditation; How to Prepare for the Journey; Setting Your Intention; Part Three: 4. The Twelve-level Course-The Journey of Self-Discovery; Level 1 Silencing the Ego's Prattle - Negative Self-TalkLevel 2 Seeing Yourself through the Eyes of Love - Redefining Internal Self-ImageLevel 3 Deciphering the Dark Matrix - Core Beliefs; Level 4 Harnessing the Power of Resonance - Core Emotions; Level 5 Uncovering Your Silent Contracts - Negative Scripts; Level 6 Retrieving the Depths of Soul & Spirit - Shadow; Level 7 Claiming Autonomy & Freedom - Life Lessons; Level 8 Following True North - Authentic Self; Level 9 Dance of Soul & Spirit - Masculine & Feminine Energies; Level 10 Dream Weaving & Visioning - The Light Matrix; Level 11 Creating Magic & Miracles - Optimum Future SelfLevel 12 Discovering Your True Purpose - Your Soul's Destiny5. CONCLUSION: STAYING ON COURSEA handbook for those looking to discover their higher soul's purpose and their life's meaningDesigned and set up as a step-by-step, 12-week guide, this invaluable book encourages the reader to record insights and gather vital clues, which will ultimately reveal the bigger picture of who they are and what is possible in this life. By the end of the book readers will have learned the answer to these questions and determined if their life has a deeper meaning. This book is the culmination of the author's work as an intuitive counselor and spiritual teacher, investigating the nature of soul and sp
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Contemporary Australian Poetry. by Langford, Martin.; Beveridge, Judith.; Johnson, Judy.;
Intro -- Introduction -- Robert Adamson -- Adam Aitken -- Jordie Albiston -- Ali Alizadeh -- Elizabeth Allen -- Richard James Allen -- Yahia Al-Samawy -- John Anderson -- Chris Andrews -- Louis Armand -- Emily Ballou -- Bruce Beaver -- Luke Beesley -- John Bennett -- Judith Beveridge -- Javant Biarujia -- Judith Bishop -- Kim Cheng Boey -- Ken Bolton -- Peter Boyle -- Margaret Bradstock -- Michael Brennan -- Rachael Briggs -- David Brooks -- Kevin Brophy -- Lachlan Brown -- Pam Brown -- Melinda Bufton -- joanne burns -- Caroline Caddy -- Michelle Cahill -- Elizabeth Campbell -- Marion May Campbell -- Ken Canning / Burraga Gutya -- John Carey -- Bonny Cassidy -- Gary Catalano -- Lee Cataldi -- Julie Chevalier -- Eileen Chong -- Justin Clemens -- Ali Cobby Eckermann -- Hal Colebatch -- Jennifer Compton -- Stuart Cooke -- Louise Crisp -- Julian Croft -- Alison Croggon -- MTC Cronin -- Toby Davidson -- Luke Davies -- Bruce Dawe -- Sarah Day -- Tricia Dearborn -- Richard Deutch -- B.R. Dionysius -- Dan Disney -- Rosemary Dobson -- Ross Donlon -- Lucy Dougan -- Laurie Duggan -- Adrienne Eberhard -- Stephen Edgar -- Chris Edwards -- Rebecca Edwards -- Brook Emery -- Kate Fagan -- Diane Fahey -- Michael Farrell -- Liam Ferney -- Luke Fischer -- Toby Fitch -- Lionel Fogarty -- John Forbes -- John Foulcher -- Claire Gaskin -- Jane Gibian -- Kevin Gilbert -- Keri Glastonbury -- Peter Goldsworthy -- Lisa Gorton -- Alan Gould -- Robert Gray -- Phillip Hall -- Philip Hammial -- Susan Hampton -- Robert Harris -- Jennifer Harrison -- Martin Harrison -- J. S. Harry -- Kevin Hart -- Libby Hart -- Gwen Harwood -- Dennis Haskell -- Michael Heald -- Paul Hetherington -- Dorothy Hewett -- Fiona Hile -- Barry Hill -- Philip Hodgins -- Elizabeth Hodgson -- Sarah Holland-Batt -- L.K. Holt -- Yvette Holt -- Duncan Hose -- Clive James -- Carol Jenkins -- John Jenkins.A. Frances Johnson -- Judy Johnson -- Emma Jones -- Jill Jones -- Rae Desmond Jones -- Paul Kane -- Antigone Kefala -- Kit Kelen -- S. K. Kelen -- Aileen Kelly -- Jean Kent -- Anna Kerdijk Nicholson -- John Kinsella -- Peter Kirkpatrick -- Andy Kissane -- Mike Ladd -- Martin Langford -- Andrew Lansdown -- Anthony Lawrence -- Bronwyn Lea -- Jeanine Leane -- Lesley Lebkowicz -- Geoffrey Lehmann -- Emma Lew -- Kate Lilley -- Debbie Lim -- Peter Lloyd -- Kathryn Lomer -- Astrid Lorange -- Cameron Lowe -- Roberta Lowing -- Melissa Lucashenko -- Ian McBryde -- David McCooey -- Dennis McDermott -- Mal McKimmie -- Greg McLaren -- Rhyll McMaster -- Kent MacCarter -- Paul Magee -- Mark Mahemoff -- Jennifer Maiden -- David Malouf -- Chris Mansell -- John Mateer -- Kate Middleton -- Graeme Miles -- Peter Minter -- Sudesh Mishra -- Scott-Patrick Mitchell -- Rod Moran -- David Mortimer -- Les Murray -- David Musgrave -- Vera Newsom -- Nguyễn Tiên Hoàng -- Ted Nielsen -- Mark O'Connor -- Mark O'Flynn -- Ouyang Yu -- Jan Owen -- Louise Oxley -- Geoff Page -- Phyllis Perlstone -- Felicity Plunkett -- Marcella Polain -- Dorothy Porter -- Peter Porter -- Craig Powell -- David Prater -- Ron Pretty -- Bob Randall -- Mark Reid -- Nick Riemer -- Homer Rieth -- Judith Rodriguez -- Peter Rose -- David Rowbotham -- Robyn Rowland -- Brendan Ryan -- Gig Ryan -- Tracy Ryan -- Omar Sakr -- Philip Salom -- Andrew Sant -- Jaya Savige -- John A. Scott -- Thomas Shapcott -- Michael Sharkey -- Shen -- Nathan Shepherdson -- Craig Sherborne -- Alex Skovron -- Melinda Smith -- Pip Smith -- Vivian Smith -- Nicolette Stasko -- Peter Steele -- Kathleen Stewart -- James Stuart -- Patricia Sykes -- Maria Takolander -- Andrew Taylor -- Tim Thorne -- John Tranter -- Mark Tredinnick -- Dimitris Tsaloumas -- Todd Turner -- Ann Vickery -- Sam Wagan Watson -- Louise Wakeling -- Chris Wallace-Crabbe.Ania Walwicz -- John Watson -- Meredith Wattison -- Alan Wearne -- John West -- Simon West -- Petra White -- Nick Whittock -- Les Wicks -- Adrian Wiggins -- Jessica L. Wilkinson -- Jane Williams -- Lauren Williams -- Ed Wright -- Fiona Wright -- Morgan Yasbincek -- Maria Zajkowski -- Jakob Ziguras -- Fay Zwicky -- Biographies -- Acknowledgements.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Primary Research and Writing : People, Places, and Spaces. by Gaillet, Lynee Lewis.; Eble, Michelle F.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents in Brief -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- PART I PRIMARY RESEARCH AND RHETORICAL TOOLS -- 1 Introduction to Primary Research -- Defining Primary Research -- Locating Primary Materials -- Family Archives -- Government Records -- Libraries -- Organizations -- Digital Spaces/Records -- Communities in Context: Rate My Professors.com -- Creating an Archive -- Highlighting the Role of the Researcher in Archival Research -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Amanda Gable: Historical Fiction Writer -- Reading: "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker -- Chapter Summary -- 2 Defining and Engaging with Communities -- Defining Community -- Community Components -- Types of Communities -- Communities in Context: Global Surfers -- Personal/Family Communities -- Geographical Communities -- Academic Communities -- Reading: "UND nickname still point of discussion/NCAA: American Indian nicknames are 'hostile and abusive'" -- Social Communities -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Andrea Kitta: Folklorist -- Organization or Business Communities -- Engaging with Communities -- Reading: "1910 Time Capsule Opened at Cleveland Elementary" by Jill Tucker -- Student Writing: "Los Latinos en Marietta" by Nico Augsburger -- Understanding Communities Through Research -- Archival Research and Artifacts -- Observation -- Interviews -- Surveys and Questionnaires -- Secondary Research -- Researching an Online Community -- Student Writing: "IGN.com Archive" by Christopher Snipes -- Chapter Summary -- Appendix: List of Select Online Community Archives -- 3 Identifying a Research Topic and Thinking Like a Researcher -- Curiosity and Inquiry -- Student Writing: "The Evolution of Healthcare in North Carolina" by Ruth-Ann Styron -- Invention Strategies and Heuristics -- Freewriting.Student Writing: "Reasons Why (or Why Not) to Join a Sorority?" by Helen Gaillet -- Clustering -- Cubing -- Burke's Pentad -- Reading: "Lessons Not Learned: A Year After the Gulf Oil Spill, Oil Remains, But New Permits are Granted" by Ethan Goffman -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Becky Needham: Chamber of Commerce Membership Manager -- Exploring Your Personal and Academic Interests -- Communities in Context: Reddit.com -- Thinking Like a Researcher -- Reading: "James Todd, From Anthropologist to Researcher of NASCAR and Southern Culture" by Mark Emmons -- Chapter Summary -- 4 Becoming an Authority on a Topic -- Developing a Research Question -- Becoming an Expert -- Reading: Our Lady of the Angels Firefighter Dies -- Communities in Context: Firehouse.com -- Moving Between Primary and Secondary Research Sources -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Caitlin Hale: Newspaper Journalist/Editor in Chief -- Incorporating Research Findings -- Quoting -- Summarizing -- Paraphrasing -- Plagiarism -- Student Writing: "Out of the Ashes" by Robert Brennan -- Chapter Summary -- PART II METHODS FOR INQUIRY AND CONDUCTING ARCHIVAL RESEARCH -- 5 Beginning Archival Research: A Practical Guide -- The Unexpected Find -- Selecting and Describing an Artifact -- Student Writing: "Boots Made to Last" by Sgt. Pugh -- Communities in Context: Galveston, TX -- Investigating Contemporary Reception -- Researching Primary Materials -- Conduct Preliminary Research Online -- Cultural Context -- Student Writing: "Researching Photographs Project" by Alison Carter, Rachel Smith, and Tiffany Watkins -- Contact the Librarian or Curator -- Student Writing: Sample Student Letter -- Compile the Necessary Documents -- Student Writing: Sample Student Project Description -- Make a List of Equipment You Will Need -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Shelby Reap: Architectural Historian.Corroborating Primary Investigation Through Secondary Research -- Student Writing: "Scrapbooks to Speeches: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Public and Private Writings of Harriet Morehead Berry" by Elizabeth Garrard -- Chapter Summary -- 6 Fieldwork and Ethnographic Observation -- Defining Ethnography and Fieldwork -- Profile of Primary Researchers: Jenna Burrell, Heather Ford, Tricia Wang, and Rachelle Annechino: Ethnographers -- Reading: "A Day in the Life: 3-wheeled Vehicle-based Fruit Vendor" by Zach Hyman -- Ethnographic Research Methods -- Observation and Thick Description -- Communities in Context: MiniForum.com -- Field Notes -- Analyzing Field Notes -- Reading: Observation of Piedmont Park -- Storytelling -- Reading: Excerpt from "No Name Woman" by Maxine Hong Kingston -- Student Writing: "The ER Can't (and Probably Won't Without Insurance) Put Humpty Dumpty Together Again" by Benjamin Harris -- Researcher's Point of View -- Student Writing: "Gold's Gym: Observation of a Fitness Community" by Brandon Bragg -- Chapter Summary -- 7 Interviews: Researching People -- Why Interview -- Who to Interview -- When to Interview -- Asking for an Interview -- Structuring the Interview -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Wade Mahon: Editor of Issues in Writing -- Designing Interviews and Formulating Questions -- Closed Questions -- Open-Ended Questions -- Conducting Interviews -- Listening -- Types of Interviews -- Oral History -- Reading: "Good Will Hunting: An Oral History" by Janelle Nanos -- Communities in Context: StoryCorps-Every Voice Matters -- Informational or Expert Interviews -- Reading: "Business is People" by Chet Cooper -- Research Ethics -- Student Writing: "Profile Assignment" by Samuel Martin -- Chapter Summary -- Interview/Oral History Digital Resources -- 8 Surveys: Researching Beliefs, Opinions, and Attitudes.Generating Research Through Surveys -- Reading: "Survey: Instant Messaging will Surpass Email" by Mitch Betts -- Types of Surveys -- Evaluation/Assessment Surveys -- Attitude/Belief/Behavior Surveys -- Quality of Life Surveys -- Marketing Research Surveys -- Usability/User-testing Surveys -- Communities in Context: Research Access -- Writing and Designing Surveys -- Student Writing: "Hurricane Katrina Survivor Movie: Response Survey" by Wendy Goff -- Writing Survey Questions -- Assessing Questions -- Survey Delivery and Sampling -- Managing Survey Results -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Mandee Foushee: Analyst for a Survey Research Center -- Reading: Community Land Use Survey -- Chapter Summary -- PART III WRITING AND DELIVERING YOUR RESEARCH -- 9 A Rhetorical Approach to Research and Writing -- Deliberative Rhetoric -- Judicial Rhetoric -- Ceremonial Rhetoric -- Reading: "Commencement Address" by Tom Brokaw -- Communities in Context: American Rhetoric, The Power of Oratory -- The Elements of Rhetorical Situations -- Writer -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Kristin English: Public Relations -- Purpose -- Audience -- Context -- Genres and Delivery -- The Rhetorical Appeals -- Ethos -- Student Writing: Analyzing Ethos -- Pathos -- Student Writing: Analyzing Pathos -- Logos -- Student Writing: Analyzing Logos -- Analyzing and Incorporating Primary Materials -- Reading: "Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention" by Institute of Medicine committee -- Chapter Summary -- 10 Reporting and Delivering Research Findings -- Gathering Research Findings -- Analyzing and Interpreting Research Findings -- Profile of a Primary Researcher: Emma Buchanan: Quality Investigator -- Research Tools for Analysis -- Matrix -- Spreadsheets -- Graphic Organizer -- Communities in Context: Pew Research Center -- Moving Through the Writing Process.Determining Your Writing Process -- "Writing Up" and Reporting Your Research Findings -- Drawing Conclusions -- Making Recommendations -- Adding to an Archive -- Moving from Pre-writing to Drafting -- Organizational Strategies -- Chronological Organization -- Hierarchical Organization -- Spatial Organization -- Comparison and Contrast Organization -- IMRAD Organization -- The Introduction and Conclusion -- Reading: "Shitty First Drafts" by Anne Lamont -- Framing Your Research Findings -- Revision Strategies -- Student Writing: "Occupational Writing in Wildlife Biology" by Stephen Parker -- Engaging in Reflection -- Chapter Summary -- 11 Documenting Your Research: MLA -- In-Text Citations -- Work with One Author -- Basic Entry: Author Named in In-Text Signal Phrase -- Basic Entry: Author's Name in Parenthetical Citation -- Two or More Works by the Same Author -- Two or More Authors with the Same Last Name -- Work with Two or Three Authors -- Work with More Than Three Authors -- Part of a Work -- Organization as Author -- Indirect Source (Author Quoting Someone Else) -- Multivolume Work -- Work Cited By Title -- Works Cited -- Non-Periodical Print Sources -- Book with One Author -- Book with Two or Three Authors -- Book with More Than Three Authors -- Organization as Author -- Unknown Author -- Two or More Books by the Same Author -- Author and Editor Both Named -- Editor, No Author Named -- Encyclopedia or Dictionary Entry -- Work in an Anthology -- Two or More Items from the Same Anthology -- A Translation -- Book with Both Translator and Editor -- Edition or Translation of a Book by a Non-specified Author -- Book in a Language Other Than English -- Edition Other Than the First -- One Volume of a Multivolume Work -- Preface, Foreword, Introduction, or Afterword -- Book as Part of a Series -- Republication (Newer Edition of an Older Book).Book with a Title within the Title.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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