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Creating a Learning Society : A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress. by Greenwald, Bruce C.;
Table of Contents -- Preface to the Reader's Edition -- Preface to the Original Edition -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I. Creating a Learning Society: A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress: Basic Concepts and Analysis -- 1. The Learning Revolution -- 2. On the Importance of Learning -- 3. A Learning Economy -- 4. Creating a Learning Firm and a Learning Environment -- 5. Market Structure, Welfare, and Learning -- 6. The Welfare Economics of Schumpeterian Competition -- 7. Learning in a Closed Economy -- 8. The Infant-Economy Argument for Protection: Trade Policy in a Learning Environment -- Part II. Policies for a Learning Society -- 9. The Role of Industrial and Trade Policy in Creating a Learning Society -- 10. Financial Policy and Creating a Learning Society -- 11. Macroeconomic and Investment Policies for a Learning Society -- 12. Intellectual Property -- 13. Social Transformation and the Creation of a Learning Society -- 14. Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Index.Creating a Learning Society explains how the countries of the world went from centuries of stagnation to the enormous increases in standards of living that have marked the last two hundred and fifty years: they have learned how to learn. Yet, as Stiglitz and Greenwald make clear, markets won't succeed on their own in creating the learning society that we need. Achieving this requires good governmental policy in a variety of areas, including trade, industry, and intellectual property. Indeed, the central thesis of this book is that every policytax, regulation, and expenditureaffects learning, and that policymakers have been remiss in ignoring this. Some policies, such as the Washington Consensus policies foisted on developing countries by the World Bank and IMF, actually impede learning. In advanced and developing countries alike, Creating a Learning Society has had a remarkable reception. Governments in Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Jordan, and South Africa have signaled strong support for its policies, and a Dutch think tank closely allied with the government released a blueprint for creating a learning economy. This streamlined edition, intended for everyone from scholars to general readers, omits the original book's complicated mathematical equations and, in accessible language, focuses on its central messages and policy prescriptions.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Creating a Learning Society : A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress. by Stiglitz, Joseph E.(DLC)1688174; Greenwald, Bruce C.;
Table of Contents -- Preface to the Reader's Edition -- Preface to the Original Edition -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I. Creating a Learning Society: A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress: Basic Concepts and Analysis -- 1. The Learning Revolution -- 2. On the Importance of Learning -- 3. A Learning Economy -- 4. Creating a Learning Firm and a Learning Environment -- 5. Market Structure, Welfare, and Learning -- 6. The Welfare Economics of Schumpeterian Competition -- 7. Learning in a Closed Economy -- 8. The Infant-Economy Argument for Protection: Trade Policy in a Learning Environment -- Part II. Policies for a Learning Society -- 9. The Role of Industrial and Trade Policy in Creating a Learning Society -- 10. Financial Policy and Creating a Learning Society -- 11. Macroeconomic and Investment Policies for a Learning Society -- 12. Intellectual Property -- 13. Social Transformation and the Creation of a Learning Society -- 14. Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- Index.Creating a Learning Society explains how the countries of the world went from centuries of stagnation to the enormous increases in standards of living that have marked the last two hundred and fifty years: they have learned how to learn. Yet, as Stiglitz and Greenwald make clear, markets won't succeed on their own in creating the learning society that we need. Achieving this requires good governmental policy in a variety of areas, including trade, industry, and intellectual property. Indeed, the central thesis of this book is that every policytax, regulation, and expenditureaffects learning, and that policymakers have been remiss in ignoring this. Some policies, such as the Washington Consensus policies foisted on developing countries by the World Bank and IMF, actually impede learning. In advanced and developing countries alike, Creating a Learning Society has had a remarkable reception. Governments in Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Jordan, and South Africa have signaled strong support for its policies, and a Dutch think tank closely allied with the government released a blueprint for creating a learning economy. This streamlined edition, intended for everyone from scholars to general readers, omits the original book's complicated mathematical equations and, in accessible language, focuses on its central messages and policy prescriptions.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory. by Parke, Ross D.(DLC)1665599;
Front Cover -- Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Overview -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. Some Contextual Determinants of Stimulus Potency -- INTRODUCTION -- SOME CONTEXTUAL QUALIFIERS -- MAINTENANCE CONDITIONS AS STIMULUS CONTEXTS -- CONTEXT AND STIMULUS DIRECTIONALITY -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3. Modeling Theory: Some Traditions, Trends, and Disputes -- OPERANT CONDITIONING ANALYSIS -- SOCIAL LEARNING ANALYSIS -- ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES -- RETENTION PROCESSES -- MOTOR REPRODUCTION PROCESSES -- MOTIVATIONAL AND REINFORCEMENT PROCESSES -- THE MODELING PROCESS AND FORM IN WHICH RESPONSE INFORMATION IS TRANSMITTED -- ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATIONS OF NONREINFORCED MODELING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4. Imitation: Arguments for a Developmental Approach -- FIRST IMITATIONS -- GENERALIZED IMITATION -- DEVELOPMENT DURING CHILDHOOD -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5. Punishment and "Reasoning" in the Development of Self-Control -- SOCIALIZATION AND SELF-CONTROL -- TIMING AND INTENSITY OF PUNISHMENT -- REASONING -- INTERACTIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. A Developmental Memoir of "Social Learning Theory" -- INTRODUCTION -- EXPERIMENTS ON PUNISHMENT LEARNING -- RESPONSE-LEARNING THEORY -- GENERALIZED IMITATION -- THEORIES OF MODELLING -- REFERENCE -- Author Index -- Subject Index.Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory offers a convenient overview of the state of social learning theory. This book is organized into six chapters. Chapter 1 provides a detailed discussion of the social learning theory, followed by an analysis of the theoretical views on the social reinforcement issue in Chapter 2. The contiguity theory of modeling and important role played by symbolic coding processes in imitation are described in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 elaborates the developmental analysis of imitation, while Chapter 5 outlines an empirical and theoretical overview of the status of punishment and its role in the development of self-control in children. The last chapter summarizes the contributions compiled in this text. This publication is recommended for students and professionals in child development and social and clinical psychology.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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Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory. by Parke, Ross D.(DLC)1665599;
Front Cover -- Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Overview -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. Some Contextual Determinants of Stimulus Potency -- INTRODUCTION -- SOME CONTEXTUAL QUALIFIERS -- MAINTENANCE CONDITIONS AS STIMULUS CONTEXTS -- CONTEXT AND STIMULUS DIRECTIONALITY -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3. Modeling Theory: Some Traditions, Trends, and Disputes -- OPERANT CONDITIONING ANALYSIS -- SOCIAL LEARNING ANALYSIS -- ATTENTIONAL PROCESSES -- RETENTION PROCESSES -- MOTOR REPRODUCTION PROCESSES -- MOTIVATIONAL AND REINFORCEMENT PROCESSES -- THE MODELING PROCESS AND FORM IN WHICH RESPONSE INFORMATION IS TRANSMITTED -- ALTERNATIVE EXPLANATIONS OF NONREINFORCED MODELING -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4. Imitation: Arguments for a Developmental Approach -- FIRST IMITATIONS -- GENERALIZED IMITATION -- DEVELOPMENT DURING CHILDHOOD -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5. Punishment and "Reasoning" in the Development of Self-Control -- SOCIALIZATION AND SELF-CONTROL -- TIMING AND INTENSITY OF PUNISHMENT -- REASONING -- INTERACTIONS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. A Developmental Memoir of "Social Learning Theory" -- INTRODUCTION -- EXPERIMENTS ON PUNISHMENT LEARNING -- RESPONSE-LEARNING THEORY -- GENERALIZED IMITATION -- THEORIES OF MODELLING -- REFERENCE -- Author Index -- Subject Index.Recent Trends in Social Learning Theory offers a convenient overview of the state of social learning theory. This book is organized into six chapters. Chapter 1 provides a detailed discussion of the social learning theory, followed by an analysis of the theoretical views on the social reinforcement issue in Chapter 2. The contiguity theory of modeling and important role played by symbolic coding processes in imitation are described in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 elaborates the developmental analysis of imitation, while Chapter 5 outlines an empirical and theoretical overview of the status of punishment and its role in the development of self-control in children. The last chapter summarizes the contributions compiled in this text. This publication is recommended for students and professionals in child development and social and clinical psychology.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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Paradoxes of learning : on becoming an individual in society / by Jarvis, Peter,1937-(SAGE)1751748;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-262) and index.
Subjects: Adult learning; Social learning; Adult education;
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Experiencing Service-Learning [electronic resource]. by Kronick, Robert F.(SAGE)1805815; Cunningham, Robert B.; Gourley, Michele.(SAGE)1606360;
Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1. Stepping into a New Culture; 2. Concept Learning: Thinking-Skill Level, Experiential Learning, and Action Theory; 3. Service-Learning in an Inner-City Elementary School; 4. Service-Learners Reflect; 5. Serving and Learning in Tegucigalpa; 6. Service Learning and Transformational Change; 7. Implementation Challenges; Conclusion; Appendix A. The Passion for Service: Where Does it Come From?; Appendix B. Service-Learning Project Examples; References; Index<div> A unique resource for students and professors alike, this book reveals the important practical, educational, and emotional benefits provided by college programs that allow students to help others through service work in inner-city classrooms, clinics, and other challenging environments. Filled with vivid first-person reflections by students, <i>Experiencing Service-Learning</i> emphasizes learning by doing, getting into the field, sharing what one sees with colleagues, and interpreting what one learns.<br><br>As the authors make clear, service-learning is not a spectator sport. It takes
Subjects: Electronic books.; Active learning; Experiential learning; Service learning; Service learning; Social service;
© 2011., University of Tennessee Press,
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Learning Social Media Analytics with R. by Bali, Raghav.; Sarkar, Dipanjan.; Sharma, Tushar.;
Cover -- Copyright -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewer -- www.PacktPub.com -- Customer Feedback -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Getting Started with R and Social Media Analytics -- Understanding social media -- Advantages and significance -- Disadvantages and pitfalls -- Social media analytics -- A typical social media analytics workflow -- Data access -- Data processing and normalization -- Data analysis -- Insights -- Opportunities -- Challenges -- Getting started with R -- Environment setup -- Data types -- Data structures -- Vectors -- Arrays -- Matrices -- Lists -- DataFrames -- Functions -- Built-in functions -- User-defined functions -- Controlling code flow -- Looping constructs -- Conditional constructs -- Advanced operations -- apply -- lapply -- sapply -- tapply -- mapply -- Visualizing data -- Next steps -- Getting help -- Managing packages -- Data analytics -- Analytics workflow -- Machine learning -- Machine learning techniques -- Supervised learning -- Unsupervised learning -- Text analytics -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Twitter - What's Happening with 140 Characters -- Understanding Twitter -- APIs -- Registering an application -- Connecting to Twitter using R -- Extracting sample Tweets -- Revisiting analytics workflow -- Trend analysis -- Sentiment analysis -- Key concepts of sentiment analysis -- Subjectivity -- Sentiment polarity -- Opinion summarization -- Features -- Sentiment analysis in R -- Follower graph analysis -- Challenges -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Analyzing Social Networks and Brand Engagements with Facebook -- Accessing Facebook data -- Understanding the Graph API -- Understanding Rfacebook -- Understanding Netvizz -- Data access challenges -- Analyzing your personal social network -- Basic descriptive statistics -- Analyzing mutual interests -- Build your friend network graph.Visualizing your friend network graph -- Analyzing node properties -- Degree -- Closeness -- Betweenness -- Analyzing network communities -- Cliques -- Communities -- Analyzing an English football social network -- Basic descriptive statistics -- Visualizing the network -- Analyzing network properties -- Diameter -- Page distances -- Density -- Transitivity -- Coreness -- Analyzing node properties -- Degree -- Closeness -- Betweenness -- Visualizing correlation among centrality measures -- Eigenvector centrality -- PageRank -- HITS authority score -- Page neighbours -- Analyzing network communities -- Cliques -- Communities -- Analyzing English Football Club's brand page engagements -- Getting the data -- Curating the data -- Visualizing post counts per page -- Visualizing post counts by post type per page -- Visualizing average likes by post type per page -- Visualizing average shares by post type per page -- Visualizing page engagement over time -- Visualizing user engagement with page over time -- Trending posts by user likes per page -- Trending posts by user shares per page -- Top influential users on popular page posts -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Foursquare - Are You Checked in Yet? -- Foursquare - the app and data -- Foursquare APIs - show me the data -- Creating an application - let me in -- Data access - the twist in the story -- Handling JSON in R - the hidden art -- Getting category data - introduction to JSON parsing and data extraction -- Revisiting the analytics workflow -- Category trend analysis -- Getting the data - the usual hurdle -- The required end point -- Getting data for a city - geometry to the rescue -- Analysis - the fun part -- Basic descriptive statistics - the usual -- Recommendation engine - let's open a restaurant -- Recommendation engine - the clichés -- Framing the recommendation problem.Building our restaurant recommender -- The sentimental rankings -- Extracting tips data - the go to step -- The actual data -- Analysis of tips -- Basic descriptive statistics -- The final rankings -- Venue graph - where do people go next? -- Challenges for Foursquare data analysis -- Summary -- Chapter 5: Analyzing Software Collaboration Trends I - Social Coding with GitHub -- Environment setup -- Understanding GitHub -- Accessing GitHub data -- Using the rgithub package for data access -- Registering an application on GitHub -- Accessing data using the GitHub API -- Analyzing repository activity -- Analyzing weekly commit frequency -- Analyzing commit frequency distribution versus day of the week -- Analyzing daily commit frequency -- Analyzing weekly commit frequency comparison -- Analyzing weekly code modification history -- Retrieving trending repositories -- Analyzing repository trends -- Analyzing trending repositories created over time -- Analyzing trending repositories updated over time -- Analyzing repository metrics -- Visualizing repository metric distributions -- Analyzing repository metric correlations -- Analyzing relationship between stargazer and repository counts -- Analyzing relationship between stargazer and fork counts -- Analyzing relationship between total forks, repository count, and health -- Analyzing language trends -- Visualizing top trending languages -- Visualizing top trending languages over time -- Analyzing languages with the most open issues -- Analyzing languages with the most open issues over time -- Analyzing languages with the most helpful repositories -- Analyzing languages with the highest popularity score -- Analyzing language correlations -- Analyzing user trends -- Visualizing top contributing users -- Analyzing user activity metrics -- Summary.Chapter 6: Analyzing Software Collaboration Trends II - Answering Your Questions with StackExchange -- Understanding StackExchange -- Data access -- The StackExchange data dump -- Accessing data dumps -- Contents of data dumps -- Quick overview of the data in data dumps -- Getting started with data dumps -- Data Science and StackExchange -- Demographics and data science -- Challenges -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Believe What You See - Flickr Data Analysis -- A Flickr-ing world -- Accessing Flickr's data -- Creating the Flickr app -- Connecting to R -- Getting started with Flickr data -- Understanding Flickr data -- Understanding more about EXIF -- Understanding interestingness - similarities -- Finding K -- Elbow method -- Silhouette method -- Are your photos interesting? -- Preparing the data -- Building the classifier -- Challenges -- Summary -- Chapter 8: News - The Collective Social Media! -- News data - news is everywhere -- Accessing news data -- Creating applications for data access -- Data extraction - not just an API call -- The API call and JSON monster -- Sentiment trend analysis -- Getting the data - not again -- Basic descriptive statistics - the usual -- Numerical sentiment trends -- Emotion-based sentiment trends -- Topic modeling -- Getting to the data -- Basic descriptive analysis -- Topic modeling for Mr. Trump's phases -- Cleaning the data -- Pre-processing the data -- The modeling part -- Analysis of topics -- Summarizing news articles -- Document summarization -- Understanding LexRank -- Summarizing articles with lexRankr -- Challenges to news data analysis -- Summary -- Index.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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Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks : A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion and Acid Rain. by Staff, Social Learning Group.; Bolin, Bert.; Group, The Social Learning.; Bolin, Bert.;
Contents -- List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes -- Editors and Authors -- Series Foreword -- Foreword -- Preface -- I OVERVIEW -- 1 - Managing Global Environmental Change: An Introduction to the Volume -- 2 - Acid Rain, Ozone Depletion, and Climate Change: An Historical Overview -- II - STUDIES OF ARENAS -- 3 - Developing a Precautionary Approach: Global Environmental Risk Management in Germany -- 4 - Institutional Cultures and the Management of Global Environmental Risks in the United Kingdom -- 5 - Finding Your Place: A History of the Management of Global Environmental Risks in the Netherlands -- 6 - Turning Points: The Management of Global Environmental Risks in the Former Soviet Union -- 7 - Catching Up with the International Bandwagon: The Management of Global Environmental Risks in Hungary -- 8 - Shifting Priorities and the Internationalization of Environmental Risk Management in Japan -- 9 - Southern Skies: The Perception and Management of Global Environmental Risks in Mexico -- 10 - Leading while Keeping in Step: Management of Global Atmospheric Issues in Canada -- 11 - Civic Science: America's Encounter with Global Environmental Risks -- 12 - A Regional Approach to the Management of Global Environmental Risks: The Case of the European Community -- 13 - Ampli ers or Dampeners: International Institutions and Social Learning in the Management of Global Environmental Risks -- 14 - Issue Attention, Framing, and Actors: An Analysis of Patterns across Arenas -- Appendix A - About the Authors -- Author Index -- Subject Index.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.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Environmental management.; Environmental policy; Global environmental change;
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Aggression : A Social Learning Analysis. by Allan, Jacqueline.;
Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- WAYS IN TO THE TEXT -- Who Is Albert Bandura? -- What Does Aggression: A Social Learning Analysis Say? -- Why Does Aggression: A Social Learning Analysis Matter? -- SECTION 1: INFLUENCES -- Module 1: The Author and the Historical Context -- Module 2: Academic Context -- Module 3: The Problem -- Module 4: The Author's Contribution -- SECTION 2: IDEAS -- Module 5: Main Ideas -- Module 6: Secondary Ideas -- Module 7: Achievement -- Module 8: Place in the Author's Work -- SECTION 3: IMPACT -- Module 9: The First Responses -- Module 10: The Evolving Debate -- Module 11: Impact and Influence Today -- Module 12: Where Next? -- Glossary of Terms -- People Mentioned in the Text -- Works Cited.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Aggressiveness;
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What Your Mother Should've Told You [electronic resource] : And Nobody Else Will by Reilly, Natalie.(SAGE)2055008;
Cover; Title Page; Contents; Introduction; Life lessons; How to be happy; How to make friends; How to survive a setback; How to appear smarter; How to say no; How to handle yourself in an argument; How to speak in public; How to budget like you mean it; How to not let money rule your life; How to reduce your carbon footprint at home; Modern manners; How to turn down a big invitation; How to react to a gift you don't like; How to properly introduce yourself or someone else; How to be a good neighbour; How to deal with passive aggression; How to apologise properly; How to politely refuse adviceHow to behave at a funeralTricky situations; How to escape a party bore; How to leave a party early; How to react to an insult; How to respond to a nosy question; How to respond to too much information; What to say in an awkward chance meeting; What to say when you don't know what to say; How to make small talk; How to be silent; How to handle a bad housemate; How to respond to panhandlers; Family; How to cope with challenging in-laws; How to deal with other people's misbehaving kids; How to handle a tantrum; How to cope with a difficult sibling; How to succeed as a stepparentHow to be a good godparentHow to choose a last-minute gift for your dad or your mum; How to enjoy yourself at Christmas; Love & relationships; How to flirt; How to ask out your crush; How to escape a bad date; How to handle a break-up; How to relate to your ex's friends; How to handle a negative friend; How to repair a friendship gone sour; How to be the best bridesmaid ever; Food & wine; How to get into a no-reservations restaurant; How to test wine; How to properly match wine to food; How to host the perfect dinner party; How to have perfect table manners; How to send back a dishWhat to do if you don't like what you've been servedTravel; How to pack a suitcase; How to observe in-flight etiquette; How to be a good houseguest; How to take care of a borrowed car; How to merge in traffic; How to handle road rage; Social media & technology; How to observe mobile phone etiquette; How to respond to online gossip; How to untag yourself from a Facebook photo; How to extricate yourself from Facebook; How to get more followers on Twitter; How to observe online dating etiquette; Work; How to work smart not hard; How to blitz an interview; How to ask for a pay riseHow to get more from a business meetingHow to recover from an email faux pas; How to deal with a loud co-worker; How to give negative feedback; How to disagree with your boss; How to respond to radio silence; A final word; CopyrightEver lost sleep over how to flirt with finesse, make a polished public speech or recover from an email faux pas at work? Finally, help is at hand. Natalie Reilly flies to the rescue with What Your Mother Should've Told You ? and Nobody Else Will, a brilliant compendium of worldly wisdom and invaluable life lessons to help you breeze unscathed through the minefield of modern manners. With tips on everything from tasting wine to apologising like you mean it, and from blitzing a job interview to staying sane at Christmas, Reilly's reassuring words of wisdom will give you the tools you need t
Subjects: Electronic books.; Life skills; Self-presentation; Social intelligence; Social interaction; Social learning;
© 2013., Biteback Publishing,
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