Reading The Story Of Miriai On Two Levels: Evidence From Mandaean Anti-Jewish Polemic About The Origins And Setting Of Early Mandaeism, 2011 Butler University
Reading The Story Of Miriai On Two Levels: Evidence From Mandaean Anti-Jewish Polemic About The Origins And Setting Of Early Mandaeism, James F. Mcgrath
James F. McGrath
New Testament scholars, drawing on Mandaean sources to shed light on the Gospel of John, may have done more harm than good to both Johannine and Mandaean studies. Nonetheless, approaches to the Gospel of John developed over the past 50 years have shed light on the Gospel’s Jewish context and the clues its polemical emphases can provide about the time and setting in which it was written. J. L. Martyn’s suggestion that the Gospel of John can be read on “two levels”, telling us about the context in which it was written while telling a story set in the time …
Integrity House: The Addict As A Total Institution, 2011 Butler University
Integrity House: The Addict As A Total Institution, Kenneth D. Colburn
Kenneth D. Colburn
The Integrity House approach to rehabilitation is an apolitical, myth-oriented method reinforcing the pseudo psychological notion that addiction is exclusively the problem of the addict. Blame is placed solely on the addict; neither social ills nor any other factors share the responsibility for drug abuse.
How Teachers Need To Deal With The Seen, The Unseen, The Improbable, And The Nearly Imponderable, 2011 Butler University
How Teachers Need To Deal With The Seen, The Unseen, The Improbable, And The Nearly Imponderable, Marshall Gregory
Marshall W. Gregory
The article offers information concerning the teacher's approach in dealing with the students' issues in Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Visible, invisible, improbable, and the nearly imponderable issues are the variables of the student's educational growth. These variables include student's classroom participation, emotional struggles, and the teacher's influence with the decision of the students.
Staffing The Repository: How To Build Your Team And Use It Effectively, 2011 Butler University
Staffing The Repository: How To Build Your Team And Use It Effectively, Brad Matthies
Brad Matthies, Access Services Librarian and Project Manager for Digital Commons at Butler University, discusses the development of DigitalCommons@Butler, offering valuable suggestions for managing a repository with limited staff and resources.
Among the topics covered in the webinar: using the staff you have available to best advantage; developing successful, scalable workflows; and maintaining momentum over time.
Over the last two and a half years, and with no more than half an FTE dedicated at any one time, Brad and his team have brought Digital Commons@Butler from several hundred objects to over 2,000 objects. Just in the past year, it has …
Housed Under Glass: A Story Of Desire, Repression, Loss And Healing, 2011 Florida International University
Housed Under Glass: A Story Of Desire, Repression, Loss And Healing, Cuban Research Institute, Florida International University
Cuban Research Institute Events
This flyer promotes a book presentation for "Housed Under Glass: A story of Desire, Repression, Loss, and Healing" by Maria Luisa Ortega Hernandez, Ph.D. The book explores the expectations that religion imposes on women and shares her personal story of female sexual disorder. This lecture was co-sponsored by FIU Department of Modern Languages and FIU Women's Studies Center.
Lanthorn, Vol. 45, No. 41, February 10, 2011, 2011 Grand Valley State University
Lanthorn, Vol. 45, No. 41, February 10, 2011, Grand Valley State University
Volume 45, July 8, 2010 - June 9, 2011
Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.
Youth Initiative Hector’S Helpers: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Covering November 11, 2010 – February 10, 2011, 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Youth Initiative Hector’S Helpers: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Covering November 11, 2010 – February 10, 2011, Hector's Helpers
The Hector’s Helpers program provides an opportunity to bring environmental education and foster a sense of stewardship to students. We supply a once a week hands-on curriculum which includes a litter clean-up fieldtrip. Students learn general environmental concepts such as community, conservation, recycling, and litter prevention. They will also have access to Geographic Information Systems and Podcast technology. Through the use of GIS and Podcasts we hope to get community members to collect data and prevent litter and desert dumping. The students also participated in a marketing campaign for the Adopt-A-Block initiative. By participating in the Hector’s Helpers program, the …
University Technology Transfer Factors As Predictors Of Entrepreneurial Orientation, 2011 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
University Technology Transfer Factors As Predictors Of Entrepreneurial Orientation, Dorothy M. Kirkman
Administrative Issues Journal
University technology transfer is a collaborative effort between academia and industry involving knowledge sharing and learning. Working closely with their university partners affords biotechnology firms the opportunity to successfully develop licensed inventions and gain access to novel scientific and technological discoveries. These factors may enhance a firm’s entrepreneurial orientation by supporting innovative, proactive, and risk-taking behaviors. This study investigates whether university technology transfer characteristics such as the transfer process, transfer modes (formal and informal), and transfer terms influence entrepreneurial orientation. Using survey data from biotechnology firms that develop human health therapies, the findings suggest that the transfer process and informal …
Religious And Non-Religious Spirituality In Relation To Death Acceptance Or Rejection, 2011 Purdue University
Religious And Non-Religious Spirituality In Relation To Death Acceptance Or Rejection, Victor G. Cicirelli
Department of Psychological Sciences Faculty Publications
Meanings of religious and non-religious spirituality are explored, with implications for death acceptance, death rejection, and life extension. In the first of two exploratory studies, 16 elders low on intrinsic religiosity were compared with 116 elders high in religiosity; they differed both in qualitative responses and on death attitudes. In the second, 48 elders were assessed on religious and non-religious spirituality, and compared on attitudes toward death rejection, life extension, and death acceptance. Conclusions were that a sizable minority of elders hold non-religious spirituality beliefs, and these beliefs are related to greater acceptance of life extension and death rejection.
The Prospector, February 10, 2011, 2011 University of Texas at El Paso
The Prospector, February 10, 2011, Utep Student Publications
Headline: UTEP Loves Cesar Chavez
Open Data In London: What Is It And How Is It Used?, 2011 The University of Western Ontario
Open Data In London: What Is It And How Is It Used?, Michael Buzzelli
Geography & Environment Presentations
No abstract provided.
The Cowl - V. 75 - N. N/A - Feb 10, 2011 - Valentine's Day Issue, 2011 Providence College
The Cowl - V. 75 - N. N/A - Feb 10, 2011 - Valentine's Day Issue
The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Volume 75 - Number n/a - January 27, 2011 - Valentine's Day Issue. 8 pages.
The Cowl - V. 75 - N. 15 - Feb 10, 2011, 2011 Providence College
The Cowl - V. 75 - N. 15 - Feb 10, 2011
The Cowl - student newspaper of Providence College. Volume 75 - Number 15 - February 10, 2011. 36 pages.
Cedarville Vs. Notre Dame, 2011 Cedarville University
Cedarville Vs. Notre Dame, Cedarville University
Women's Basketball Statistics
No abstract provided.
Spartan Daily February 10, 2011, 2011 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily February 10, 2011, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications)
Volume 136, Issue 8
Veteran Homelessness: A Supplemental Report To The 2009 Annual Homeless Assessment Report To Congress, 2011 University of Pennsylvania
Veteran Homelessness: A Supplemental Report To The 2009 Annual Homeless Assessment Report To Congress, Dennis P. Culhane, Jill Khadduri, Alvaro Cortes, Larry Buron, Joshua Leopold, Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, Ellen Munley, Thomas Byrne, John Kuhn
Dennis P. Culhane
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are pleased to present Veteran Homelessness: A Supplemental Report to the 2009 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress. This report is the result of ongoing collaboration between HUD and the VA to understand the extent and nature of homelessness among veterans in the United States. The information presented in this report is intended to inform public policymakers, local practitioners and the general public about veteran homelessness. It also advances the goals of the nation’s federal strategic plan to prevent and end homelessness (Opening Doors: Federal …
Open Access And Digital Libraries: A Case Study Of The Text Creation Partnership, 2011 University of Pennsylvania
Open Access And Digital Libraries: A Case Study Of The Text Creation Partnership, Shawn Martin
Many people operate under the assumption that Open/Closed access is a binary proposition. Either the material is available to everyone on the web or it is closed to a limited number of subscribers. The reality, however, is much more complicated. What is the use of a digital library, no matter how open, if it is unable to sustain and maintain itself over time? What is the point of a well funded collection that is closed to the people who need it most? There are in fact many models for maintaining both open and closed access digital libraries. Though the conversation …
Sentencing Outcomes Of Convicted Child Sex Offenders, 2011 Boise State University
Sentencing Outcomes Of Convicted Child Sex Offenders, Steven Patrick, Robert Marsh
Robert L. Marsh
This research examines the sentencing outcomes of convicted child sexual offenders from data collected over an eight year period. Multiple regression and nominal log linear regression are used to examine length of prison sentence, length of probation sentence, and whether or not the convicted offender is actually sent to prison or to probation. While many independent variables appear to be related to sentence outcome, they fall into three categories: characteristics of the offender, characteristics of the victim, and characteristics of the crime. Additionally, while many variables appear related at the bivariate level, when multivariate analysis is applied, fewer variables remain …
What's Good About Feeling Bad: Developing A Theology Of Suffering, 2011 Liberty University
What's Good About Feeling Bad: Developing A Theology Of Suffering, John C. Thomas
John C. Thomas
No abstract provided.
Environmental Problems Of Industrialization And Sustainable Development In Nigeria - A Review, 2011 SelectedWorks
Environmental Problems Of Industrialization And Sustainable Development In Nigeria - A Review, Adejoh Iyaji
Confluence Journal Environmental Studies (CJES), Kogi State University, Nigeria
The main objective of this paper is to examine the impact of the quest for industrialization on the environment in Nigeria; others include, the identification of the objectives of sustainable development as well as making recommendations that will lead to the much needed sustainable environment both for the present generation and generations yet unborn. The researcher relied principally on secondary sources of data for this paper which is theoretical in approach. Findings revealed the emergence of a host of environmental problems such as air pollution, deforestation, desertification, solid and hazardous waste problems in the wake of the quest for industrialization. …