Author: Ashley Gilbertson
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
For more than a decade, the United States has been fighting wars so far from the public eye as to risk being forgotten, the struggles and sacrifices of its volunteer soldiers almost ignored. Photographer and writer Ashley Gilbertson has been working to prevent that. His dramatic photographs of the Iraq war for the New York Times and his book Whiskey Tango Foxtrot took readers into the mayhem of Baghdad, Ramadi, Samarra, and Fallujah. But with Bedrooms of the Fallen, Gilbertson reminds us that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have also reached deep into homes far from the noise of battle, down quiet streets and country roads—the homes of family and friends who bear their grief out of view. The book’s wide-format black-and-white images depict the bedrooms of forty fallen soldiers—the equivalent of a single platoon—from the United States, Canada, and several European nations. Left intact by families of the deceased, the bedrooms are a heartbreaking reminder of lives cut short: we see high school diplomas and pictures from prom, sports medals and souvenirs, and markers of the idealism that carried them to war, like images of the Twin Towers and Osama Bin Laden. A moving essay by Gilbertson describes his encounters with the families who preserve these private memorials to their loved ones, and shares what he has learned from them about war and loss. Bedrooms of the Fallen is a masterpiece of documentary photography, and an unforgettable reckoning with the human cost of war.
Author: Victoria E. Kress, Matthew J. Paylo
Practical guidance on selecting and applying treatments for clients who have mental disorders Treating Those with Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach to Case Conceptualization and Treatment offers students and new counselors specific treatment planning, implementation, and intervention strategies in addition to background information on clinical issues and DSM-5 diagnoses and interventions. A strength-based framework for conceptualizing and treating clients guides students through the process of selecting and implementing treatments. Real-life examples illustrate how critical counseling concepts and approaches are applied in actual practice. Updated with current, evidence-based treatment techniques, a new chapter on culture and ethics, and even more applications and examples, this highly practical resource empowers counselors to thoughtfully and deliberately help their clients tackle complex issues and difficulties. Also available with the Enhanced Pearson eText The Enhanced Pearson eText provides a rich, interactive learning environment designed to improve student mastery of content. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; the Enhanced Pearson eText does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with the Enhanced Pearson eText, ask your instructor to confirm the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and Enhanced Pearson eText search for: 0134791878 / 9780134791876 Treating Those with Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach to Case Conceptualization and Treatment, with Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card Package Package consists of: 0134813960 / 9780134813967 Treating Those with Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach to Case Conceptualization and Treatment -- Enhanced Pearson eText - Access Card 0134814568 / 9780134814568 Treating Those with Mental Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach to Case Conceptualization and Treatment
Author: John H. Ohly
Publisher: Government Printing Office
NOTE: NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT--OVERSTOCK SALE -- Significantly reduced list price while supplies last Industrialists in Olive Drab: The Emergency Operation of Private Industrial Facilities by the War Department During World War II by John H. Ohly, the individual most closely involved with this effort, recounts the unique story of Ohly and his compatriots who were charged with the mission of guaranteeing that private companies sustained the vital war production of weapons, munitions, and other materiel needed by America's fighting men and the Allies to achieve victory overseas. Organized and improved to facilitate the understanding of present-day readers, this carefully edited and revised version by Clayton D. Laurie remains true to Ohly's impressive research, recounting of events, basic facts, and interpretations. For those in the field of defense acquisition, Ohly's history has many lessons, not the least being the resolution of conflicting interests between the needs of the state and those of the private sector within the framework of our constitutional democracy. Historical researchers from high school to graduate school students, and historians as well as veterans, defense acquisitions/procurement teams, and soldiers may find this resource helpful in present day defense acquisitions. Related products: Defense Acquisitions Reform, 1960-2009: An Elusive Goal -- ePub format available for purchase from Apple iBookstore-- Please use product ePub ISBN: 9780160918827 to search for this title through their platform History of Acquisition in the Department of Defense, Volume 1, Rearming for the Cold War -- Hardcover format can be purchased here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/products/sku/008-000-01065-0--- ePub format can be purchased through the Apple iBookstore-- please use ePub ISBN: 9780160915659 to search for this title through their platform. Federal Acquisition & Procurement resources collection is available here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/business-finance/doing-business-government/federal-acquisition-procurement"
Author: Mike Mavrigian
Publisher: CarTech Inc
To extract maximum performance, an engine needs an efficient, well-designed, and properly tuned exhaust system. In fact, the exhaust system's design, components, and materials have a large impact on the overall performance of the engine. Engine builders and car owners need to carefully consider the exhaust layout, select the parts, and fabricate the exhaust system that delivers the best performance for car and particular application. Master engine builder and award-winning writer Mike Mavrigian explains exhaust system principles, function, and components in clear and concise language. He then details how to design, fabricate, and fit exhaust systems to classic street cars as well as for special and racing applications. Air/exhaust-gas flow dynamics and exhaust system design are explained. Cam duration and overlap are also analyzed to determine how an engine breathes in air/fuel, as the exhaust must efficiently manage this burned mixture. Pipe bending is a science as well as art and you’re shown how to effectively crush and mandrel bend exhaust pipe to fit your header/manifold and chassis combination. Header tube diameter and length is taken into account, as well as the most efficient catalytic converters and resonators for achieving your performance goals. In addition, Mavrigian covers the special exhaust system requirements for supercharged and turbocharged systems. When building a high-performance engine, you need a high-performance exhaust system that’s tuned and fitted to that engine so you can realize maximum performance. This comprehensive book is your guide to achieving ultimate exhaust system performance. It shows you how to fabricate a system for custom applications and to fit the correct prefabricated system to your car. No other book on the market is solely dedicated to fabricating and fitting an exhaust system in high-performance applications.
Old-House Journal is the original magazine devoted to restoring and preserving old houses. For more than 35 years, our mission has been to help old-house owners repair, restore, update, and decorate buildings of every age and architectural style. Each issue explores hands-on restoration techniques, practical architectural guidelines, historical overviews, and homeowner stories--all in a trusted, authoritative voice.
Author: Victoria E. Kress, Matthew J. Paylo, Nicole Stargell
A practical, evidence-based introduction on counseling children and adolescents Counseling Children and Adolescents empowers counselors to thoughtfully and deliberately help young clients tackle complex issues and difficulties. The text covers the principal approaches to counseling children and adolescents, discusses the common issues that bring children and adolescents to counseling, and helps readers understand what counseling younger people looks like. What sets this work apart are its concrete applications and its clear, accessible writing. As one reviewer put it, the text's key strengths are a "practical synthesis of theory into clinical and school counseling..., engaging case studies that are diverse and multiculturally sensitive..., [and] real world application." Reach every student by pairing this text with MyLab Counseling MyLab is the teaching and learning platform that empowers you to reach every student. By combining trusted author content with digital tools and a flexible platform, MyLab personalizes the learning experience and improves results for each student. MyLab Counseling organizes all assignments around essential learning outcomes and the CACREP standards--enabling easy course alignment and reporting. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MyLab Counseling does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with MyLab Counseling, ask your instructor to confirm the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MyLab Counseling search for: 0134710835 / 9780134710839 Counseling Children and Adolescents plus MyLab Counseling with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package Package consists of: 0134745132 / 9780134745138 Counseling Children and Adolescents 0134745264 / 9780134745268 MyLab Counseling with Pearson eText -- Access Card -- for Counseling Children and Adolescents
Author: Jean Zipp
These letters from great-grandmother Jean to great-grandaughter Ayla not only illuminate Jean Zipp's life but also supply a vivid documentation of twentieth-century American life. WINDOWS: LETTERS TO AYLA demonstrates how revisiting one's memories can spark and kindle a surge of previously "forgotten" details. Jean smells Grandmother's bread, recalls cookies locked in the fruit cellar, purrs with the cats in the sun room, and plays with cousins in the cement-and-grass strip driveway. She celebrates life's complexities, without denying us the true and sometimes dark details of the world. What were the Roaring Twenties like for a child in an Ohio steel mill town? Aunt Marcy's flamboyant dresses and record collection; relieving summer heat by splashing in a laundry tub to the rhythm of Mother's piano music; running after ice flakes as the ice man chipped the block in his truck; an electrifying live Rachmaninoff recital; diphtheria, fatal peritonitis, and large red quarantine signs on neighborhood doors. What was the Great Depression like for an adolescent girl? Helping Father tally shoe store chits (notes akin to food stamps); Mother taking on extra piano lessons; helping young women with a place to stay and housekeeping work; no longer the glow from the blast furnaces with the mills shut down; and still Shirley Temple, Tarzan, Fred and Ginger at the weekly matinees where the chorus lines sang, "Happy days are here again." Cleveland, Youngstown, the East Coast, Palo Alto, Colorado Springs, San Diego, Tucson-Jean's life has been a cycle of moves, desire to conquer boredom with meaningful work, and unforeseen serendipities. Her sensitivity to art, color, texture, and space mirror her insights into life. Her education in literature (Mother's library book lists; meeting Robert Frost in her college poet's circle; adult writing groups; reading blue books for a blind literature professor) enables her to communicate eloquently and entertainingly the stories of her life. Like the name she coined for the tactile art gallery she helped create, Eyes of the Mind, Jean looks into life's challenges and enigmas to find blessings and understanding. In reading these letters, we find a feeling of peace in an imperfect world.
Author: Annette Lynch, Mitchell D. Strauss
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
A concise and systematic exploration of 150 distinct items of ethnic dress, their history, and their cultural significance within the United States.
Author: Jason Pearson
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
A survey of community design centers highlighting ten national programs, such as the Rural Studio and Studio 804 at Kansas State. Includes recommendations for strengthening these initiatives. The work demonstrates that exemplary design is a significant component of effective community development. Since the late 1990s, the National Endowment for the Arts, under the direction of Mark Robbins, has been promoting design excellence through an ambitious series of symposia, best-case design studies, and prototype projects. The results of these programs are now documented in a new series of publications, each focusing on design in the public realm and the potential for innovative architecture, landscape architecture, and planning.
Author: Mike Mavrigian
Publisher: CarTech Inc
Engine production for the typical car manufactured today is a study in mass production. Benefits in the manufacturing process for the manufacturer often run counter to the interests of the end user. What speeds up production and saves manufacturing costs results in an engine that is made to fall within a wide set of standards and specifications, often not optimized to meet the original design. In short, cheap and fast engine production results in a sloppy final product. Of course, this is not what enthusiasts want out of their engines. To maximize the performance of any engine, it must be balanced and blueprinted to the exact tolerances that the factory should have adhered to in the first place. Four cylinder, V-8, American or import, the performance of all engines is greatly improved by balancing and blueprinting. Dedicated enthusiasts and professional racers balance and blueprint their engines because the engines will produce more horsepower and torque, more efficiently use fuel, run cooler and last longer. In this book, expert engine builder and veteran author Mike Mavrigian explains and illustrates the most discriminating engine building techniques and perform detailed procedures, so the engine is perfectly balanced, matched, and optimized. Balancing and blueprinting is a time consuming and exacting process, but the investment in time pays off with superior performance. Through the process, you carefully measure, adjust, machine and fit each part together with precision tolerances, optimizing the design and maximizing performance. The book covers the block, crankshaft, connecting rods, pistons, cylinder heads, intake manifolds, camshaft, measuring tools and final assembly techniques. For more than 50 years, balancing and blueprinting has been an accepted and common practice for maximi
Author: Sasha Issenberg
An energetic assessment of how a team of academics, statisticians and strategists are reshaping today's political campaigns explores war room strategies based in behavioral psychology and randomized experiments, offering insight into the campaigns currently being run such political figures as Barack Obama, Rick Perry and Mitt Romney.
Author: Charles Nelson
Completely revised throughout for this second edition, Managing Quality in Architecture addresses the new ISO 9001 standards after the significant 2015 revision. ISO 9001 is the global standard for quality, and firms certified under the 2008 edition have three years to upgrade their quality systems to the new Standard. This book helps architects, engineers and other designers working in the built environment to develop appropriate quality systems that meet the requirements of the international Standard. Importantly, the 2015 Standard integrates risk management with quality, something that earlier versions did not. Risk is an extremely important factor in professional design practice, and this important element is fully explored in the new edition. Similarly, the role of BIM in quality management is addressed as an integral part of practice. International contributions from the USA and Australia provide expertise in each topic, and case studies from the USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the United Nations Office of Project Services provide easy-to-follow illustrations of the important areas to understand. The focus is completely practical, rather than theoretical, affording readers a concise picture of how the issues of excellence and quality performance flow across every aspect of design practice.
Author: Kathy G. Short, Carol M. Lynch-Brown, Carl M. Tomlinson
From a well-known, well-respected author team a concise resource for successfully teaching reading to children. With a goal of reawakening pre- and in-service teachers to the joy of reading, this widely popular book focuses on teaching reading to children through today s rich array of available trade books. This book includes the most important knowledge about teaching literature to children and it does so clearly, concisely, and directly using recommended book lists, examples, figures, and tables in combination with narrative and prose. The 9th Edition of Essentials of Children's Literature features: New information on connecting to the Common Core Standards; A new chapter on illustration and visual elements (Ch. 4); Addition of graphic novels to the chapter on picturebooks (Ch. 5); Reorganization of Chapter 10, Historical Fiction; and Updating throughout, including a new section on book-related apps, additional useful resources integrated into each genre chapter; updated book lists and trends; and more. "