Home Culture

Home Culture

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Migration Trauma Culture And Finding The Psychological Home Within

Migration Trauma Culture And Finding The Psychological Home Within

Author by : Grace P. Conroy
Language : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : Migration Trauma, Culture, and Finding the Psychological Home Within is an in-depth study of Eastern European migration to the United States. In presenting the clinical case studies of Eastern European migrants seeking long term psychoanalytic treatment, Grace Conroy pays particular attention to pre-migration history, inner culture, and early psychological development. Conroy details what is happening in the psyche of migrants who are in the process of integrating into new cultures—ultimately exploring the details and nuances of psychological struggles and transformations of the migratory process.


Inside Culture

Inside Culture

Author by : David Halle
Language : en
Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Description : Dubbed as "You Are What You Hang (or Don't)" by the New York Times,Inside Culture takes us on a tour of 160 homes in and around New York City, from affluent townhouses on Manhattan's Upper East Side and rowhouses in blue-collar Brooklyn to middle and upper-class suburbs of Long Island. The result is an unprecedented portrait of the use of cultural artifacts—fine art, photographs, religious art—in private lives. "This is a first-class addition to what we know about culture in the specific rather than the abstract."—Howard S. Becker, Contemporary Sociology "This book is well worth reading, especially in your own home."—Eugene Halton, American Journal of Sociology "David Halle's researches earned him a license amateur voyeurs would kill for. . . . Refreshing for readers outside his discipline."—Peter Campbell, London Review of Books "[This book] tells us interesting things about ourselves. . . . It affords us a birds-eye view of American culture from which we can see . . . unsuspected patterns of tastes and acquisitions."—James Gardner, Washington Times "[A] voyeuristic thrill. . . . Lucid and entertaining. . . . A fascinating book that will open the eyes of anyone who's ever glibly said about art, 'I know what I like.' After reading Inside Culture, they'll also know a little bit more about why."—Maureen Corrigan, New York Observer


Culture Religion And Home Making In And Beyond South Asia

Culture Religion And Home Making In And Beyond South Asia

Author by : James Ponniah
Language : en
Publisher by : Fortress Press
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Description : Culture, Religion, and Home-making in and Beyond South Asia explores how the idea of the home is repurposed or re-envisioned in relation to experiences of modernity, urbanization, conflict, migration and displacement. It considers how these processes are reflected in rituals, beliefs and social practices. It explores the processes by which "home" may be constructed and how relocations often result in either the replication or rejection of traditional homes and identities. Ponniah examines the various contestations surrounding the categories of "home" and "religion," including interfaith families, urban spaces, and sacred places.


Rules Of Etiquette And Home Culture Or What To Do And How To Do It

Rules Of Etiquette And Home Culture Or What To Do And How To Do It

Author by : Walter R Houghton
Language : en
Publisher by : Franklin Classics Trade Press
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Description : This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.


Tomato Plant Culture In The Field Greenhouse And Home Garden

Tomato Plant Culture In The Field Greenhouse And Home Garden

Author by : J. Benton Jones, Jr.
Language : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : The tomato is the second most widely grown vegetable crop in the world and the number one vegetable grown in home gardens in the U.S. Rich in Vitamins A and C, tomato fruit contains the antioxidant lycopene. A recent long-term medical study indicates that individuals who regularly consume fresh tomatoes or processed tomato products are less likely to develop certain forms of cancer than those who do not. Tomato Plant Culture: In the Field, Greenhouse, and Home Garden provides comprehensive factual information about tomato plant culture and fruit production, beneficial to plant scientists and commercial field and greenhouse growers as well as the home gardener. Data compiled focuses on the more recent literature, including information about the cultural characteristics of the plant; fruit production and related quality factors; and environmental and nutritional requirements for both field- and greenhouse-grown plants.


Bridging Cultures Between Home And School

Bridging Cultures Between Home And School

Author by : Elise Trumbull
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Bridging Cultures Between Home and School: A Guide for Teachers is intended to stimulate broad thinking about how to meet the challenges of education in a pluralistic society. It is a powerful resource for in-service and preservice multicultural education and professional development. The Guide presents a framework for understanding differences and conflicts that arise in situations where school culture is more individualistic than the value system of the home. It shares what researchers and teachers of the Bridging Cultures Project have learned from the experimentation of teacher-researchers in their own classrooms of largely immigrant Latino students and explores other research on promoting improved home-school relationships across cultures. The framework leads to specific suggestions for supporting teachers to cross-cultural communication; organization parent-teacher conferences that work; use strategies that increase parent involvement in schooling; increase their skills as researchers; and employ ethnographic techniques to learn about home cultures. Although the research underlying the Bridging Cultures Project and this Guide focuses on immigrant Latino families, since this is the primary population with which the framework was originally used, it is a potent tool for learning about other cultures as well because many face similar discrepancies between their own more collectivistic approaches to childrearing and schooling and the more individualistic approach of the dominant culture.


Fruit Culture And The Laying Out And Management Of A Country Home

Fruit Culture And The Laying Out And Management Of A Country Home

Author by : William Strong
Language : en
Publisher by : Applewood Books
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Description : ""William Strong's 1885 work is a concise guide to landscape design for the country home, with an emphasis on designs incorporating fruiting plants.""


An Asparagus Its Culture For Home Use And For Market A Practical Treatise On The Planting Cultivation Harvesting Marketing

An Asparagus Its Culture For Home Use And For Market A Practical Treatise On The Planting Cultivation Harvesting Marketing

Author by : M. Hexamer
Language : en
Publisher by : Read Books Ltd
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Description : Originally published in 1901, this book contains a guide to the planting, cultivation, harvesting, marketing, and preserving of asparagus, with notes on its history and botany. Contents: Historical Sketch; Botany; Cultural Varieties; Seed Growing; The Raising Of Plants; Selection Of Plants; The Soil and Its Preparation; Planting; Cultivation; Fertilizers and Fertilizing; Harvesting and Marketing; Forcing; Preserving Asparagus; Injurious Insects; Fungus Diseases; Asparagus Culture in Different Locations; Index