Filename: risk.pdf
ISBN: 1682308502
Release Date: 2017-01-25
Number of pages: 240
Author: Cora Brent
Publisher: Gentry Boys

Download and read online Risk in PDF and EPUB Fans of Katy Evan's REAL will love this story about a one night stand turned more between a girl who has no faith in relationships and a brooding guy with secrets.

Global Risk Agility and Decision Making

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ISBN: 9781349948604
Release Date: 2016-08-12
Number of pages: 415
Author: Daniel Wagner
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Global Risk Agility and Decision Making in PDF and EPUB In Global Risk Agility and Decision Making, Daniel Wagner and Dante Disparte, two leading authorities in global risk management, make a compelling case for the need to bring traditional approaches to risk management and decision making into the twenty-first century. Based on their own deep and multi-faceted experience in risk management across numerous firms in dozens of countries, the authors call for a greater sense of urgency from corporate boards, decision makers, line managers, policymakers, and risk practitioners to address and resolve the plethora of challenges facing today’s private and public sector organizations. Set against the era of manmade risk, where transnational terrorism, cyber risk, and climate change are making traditional risk models increasingly obsolete, they argue that remaining passively on the side-lines of the global economy is dangerous, and that understanding and actively engaging the world is central to achieving risk agility. Their definition of risk agility taps into the survival and risk-taking instincts of the entrepreneur while establishing an organizational imperative focused on collective survival. The agile risk manager is part sociologist, anthropologist, psychologist, and quant. Risk agility implies not treating risk as a cost of doing business, but as a catalyst for growth. Wagner and Disparte bring the concept of risk agility to life through a series of case studies that cut across industries, countries and the public and private sectors. The rich, real-world examples underscore how once mighty organizations can be brought to their knees—and even their demise by simple miscalculations or a failure to just do the right thing. The reader is offered deep insights into specific risk domains that are shaping our world, including terrorism, cyber risk, climate change, and economic resource nationalism, as well as a frame of reference from which to think about risk management and decision making in our increasingly complicated world. This easily digestible book will shed new light on the often complex discipline of risk management. Readers will learn how risk management is being transformed from a business prevention function to a values-based framework for thriving in increasingly perilous times. From tackling governance structures and the tone at the top to advocating for greater transparency and adherence to value systems, this book will establish a new generation of risk leader, with clarion voices calling for greater risk agility. The rise of agile decision makers coincides with greater resilience and responsiveness in the era of manmade risk.


Filename: draw.pdf
ISBN: 1682308499
Release Date: 2017-01-25
Number of pages: 230
Author: Cora Brent
Publisher: Gentry Boys

Download and read online Draw in PDF and EPUB Fans of Jennifer L. Armentrout's WAIT FOR YOU will love this second chance romance about a girl who is running from her past who crosses past with the boy who crushed her heart when she was younger.

At Swim Two Boys

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ISBN: 9780743222945
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 572
Author: Jamie O'Neill
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online At Swim Two Boys in PDF and EPUB In a story set against the backdrop of Dublin in 1915, two boys who meet at the local swimming hole plan to swim to an island in Dublin Bay the following Easter, but their plans coincide with the Easter uprising--a historic rebellion that changes their li

Landry Park

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ISBN: 9781101594155
Release Date: 2014-02-04
Number of pages: 400
Author: Bethany Hagen
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Landry Park in PDF and EPUB “Downton Abbey” meets The Selection in this dystopian tale of love and betrayal Sixteen-year-old Madeline Landry is practically Gentry royalty. Her ancestor developed the nuclear energy that has replaced electricity, and her parents exemplify the glamour of the upper class. As for Madeline, she would much rather read a book than attend yet another debutante ball. But when she learns about the devastating impact the Gentry lifestyle—her lifestyle—is having on those less fortunate, her whole world is turned upside down. As Madeline begins to question everything she has been told, she finds herself increasingly drawn to handsome, beguiling David Dana, who seems to be hiding secrets of his own. Soon, rumors of war and rebellion start to spread, and Madeline finds herself at the center of it all. Ultimately, she must make a choice between duty—her family and the estate she loves dearly—and desire. Fans of Ally Condie, Kiera Cass, Veronica Roth, and even Jane Austen will be enthralled by this breathtaking read.

Worth Any Price

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ISBN: 9781405517799
Release Date: 2012-09-06
Number of pages: 384
Author: Lisa Kleypas
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Worth Any Price in PDF and EPUB What is the price of love? Nick Gentry is reputed to be the most skilful lover in all England. Known for solving delicate situations, he is hired to seek out Miss Charlotte Howard. He believes his mission will be easily accomplished - but that is before he meets the lady in question. For instead of a wilful female, he discovers one in desperate circumstances, hiding from a man who would destroy her very soul. So Nick shockingly offers her a very different kind of proposition - one he has never offered before: he asks her to be his bride. But Nick quickly discovers that while he might easily claim Charlotte's body, it will take much more than passion to win her love.

Mere Christianity

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ISBN: 0061947431
Release Date: 2009-06-02
Number of pages: 256
Author: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online Mere Christianity in PDF and EPUB In the classic Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis, the most important writer of the 20th century, explores the common ground upon which all of those of Christian faith stand together. Bringing together Lewis’ legendary broadcast talks during World War Two from his three previous books The Case for Christianity, Christian Behavior, and Beyond Personality, Mere Christianity provides an unequaled opportunity for believers and nonbelievers alike to hear this powerful apologetic for the Christian faith.

The 11 Myths of Media Violence

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ISBN: 0761927352
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 259
Author: W. James Potter
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online The 11 Myths of Media Violence in PDF and EPUB The 11 Myths of Media Violence challenges many of our commonly held beliefs and assumptions about the relationship between media and violence. Illustrated with examples such as common opinions about the amount of violence on television and the effects on children, the author provides an in-depth review of how governments, journalists and researchers are part of the problem and raises important questions that place the reader at the heart of the conflict.

Black Women s Risk for HIV

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ISBN: 9781136799907
Release Date: 2013-07-04
Number of pages: 268
Author: Quinn Gentry
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Black Women s Risk for HIV in PDF and EPUB Black Women's Risk for HIV: Rough Living is a valuable look into the structural and behavioral factors in high-risk environments—specifically inner-city neighborhoods like the “Rough” in Atlanta—that place black women in danger of HIV infection. Using black feminism to deconstruct the meaning and significance of race, class, and gender, this text gives a voice to a unique disenfranchised population and legitimizes their lives and experiences. This important ethnographic study focuses not only on the problems associated with the continued rise in HIV rates among African American women, but provides viable solutions to these problems as well.

I Am Jackie Chan

Filename: i-am-jackie-chan.pdf
ISBN: 0330375903
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 356
Author: Jackie Chan
Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Download and read online I Am Jackie Chan in PDF and EPUB Jackie Chan is a martial arts superstar. The star of some 40 movies, for decades his adrenaline-charged movies won fans; in 1995, with the release of Rumble in the Bronx, the mainstream caught on - and now he ranks alongside Bruce Lee. This is his autobiography.

The Hidden Text of Mill s Liberty

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ISBN: 0847676544
Release Date: 1991
Number of pages: 183
Author: Stewart Justman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online The Hidden Text of Mill s Liberty in PDF and EPUB '...a new and important reading of Mill that bridges several disciplines. It is essential reading for anybody concerned about the delicate fabric of our republican tradition....The work is scholarly, insightful, and written at a level that makes its important message accessible to student, scholar, and layperson.'-Scott G. McNall, University of Toledo

Lost Boys

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ISBN: 9780684857695
Release Date: 1999-08-10
Number of pages: 288
Author: James Garbarino
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Lost Boys in PDF and EPUB In the first book to help parents truly understand youth violence and stop it before it explodes, national expert Dr. James Garbarino reveals how to identify children who are at risk and offers proven methods to prevent aggressive behavior. After more than a decade of relentless increase in the urban war zones of large cities, violence by young boys and adolescents is on the rise in our suburbs, small towns, and rural communities. Twenty-five years as a psychologist working in the trenches with such children has convinced James Garbarino that boys everywhere really are angrier and more violent than ever before. In light of the recent school-based shootings, it's now clear that no matter where we live or how hard we try as parents, chances are our children are going to school with troubled boys capable of getting guns and pulling triggers. Beyond the deaths and debilitating injuries that result from this phenomenon are the staggering psychological costs -- children who are afraid to go to school, teachers who are afraid of their students, and parents who fear for their children's lives. Building on his pioneering work, Garbarino shows why young men and boys have become increasingly vulnerable to violent crime and how lack of adult supervision and support poses a real and growing threat to our children's basic safety. For these vulnerable boys, violence can become normal, the "right thing to do." Terry, one of the boys Garbarino interviews, says "I just wasn't gonna take it anymore. I knew I would have to pay the price for what I did, but I didn't care." We've seen how the deadly combination of ignoring excessively bad behavior and allowing easy access to guns has destroyed families in Pennsylvania, Oregon, New York, Washington, Kentucky, and Arkansas. Fortunately, parents can spot troubled boys and take steps to protect their families from violence if they know what signs to look for -- lack of connection, masking emotions, withdrawal, silence, rage, trouble with friends, hypervigilance, cruelty toward other children and even animals -- all warning signs that every parent and peer can recognize and report. Dr. Garbarino, whom Dr. Stanley Greenspan of the National Institute of Mental Health hails as "one of the true pioneers in our understanding of the inner life of our youth," addresses the wide range of issues that boys of every temperament and from every background may have to confront as they grow and develop. By outlining the steps parents, teachers, and public officials can take to keep all children safer, Dr. Garbarino holds out hope and solutions for turning our kids away from violence, before it is too late. This is one of the most important and original books ever written about boys.

Men at Risk

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ISBN: 9781479896110
Release Date: 2015-12-04
Number of pages: 240
Author: Shari L. Dworkin
Publisher: NYU Press

Download and read online Men at Risk in PDF and EPUB Although the first AIDS cases were attributed to men having sex with men, over 70% of HIV infections worldwide are now estimated to occur through sex between women and men. In Men at Risk, Shari L. Dworkin argues that the centrality of heterosexual relationship dynamics to the transmission of HIV means that both women and men need to be taken into account in gender-specific HIV/AIDS prevention interventions. She looks at the “costs of masculinity” that shape men’s HIV risks, such as their initiation of sex and their increased status from sex with multiple partners. Engaging with the common paradigm in HIV research that portrays only women—and not heterosexually active men—as being “vulnerable” to HIV, Dworkin examines the gaps in public health knowledge that result in substandard treatment for HIV transmission and infection among heterosexual men both domestically and globally. She examines a vast array of structural factors that shape men’s HIV transmission risks and also focuses on a relatively new category of global health programs with men known as “gender-transformative” that seeks to move men in the direction of gender equality in the name of improved health. Dworkin makes suggestions for the next generation of gender-transformative health interventions by calling for masculinities-based and structurally driven HIV prevention programming. Thoroughly researched and theoretically grounded, Men at Risk presents a unique approach to HIV prevention at the intersection of sociological and public health research.

When This Cruel War Is Over

Filename: when-this-cruel-war-is-over.pdf
ISBN: 9781429973915
Release Date: 2001-03-14
Number of pages: 304
Author: Thomas Fleming
Publisher: Macmillan

Download and read online When This Cruel War Is Over in PDF and EPUB They called themselves Sons of Liberty--a revolutionary conspiracy that intended to form a new confederacy in the American heartland--and put an end to the American Civil War. Backed by the South, the Sons launch guerilla attacks against Union troops. The year is 1864, the place Indiana and Kentucky. A time of ruthless censorship, conscription, and a seemingly endless war that has left a half a million Americans dead. Union Major Paul Stapleton falls in love with Janet Todd, courier and evangelist for the Sons of Liberty. Another admirer, Colonel Adam Jameson, readies his Confederate cavalry division to support the Sons' revolt. The battle for the future of America is about to begin. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Developmental Psychopathology Risk Disorder and Adaptation

Filename: developmental-psychopathology-risk-disorder-and-adaptation.pdf
ISBN: 9780470050064
Release Date: 2006-02-27
Number of pages: 960
Author: Dante Cicchetti
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Developmental Psychopathology Risk Disorder and Adaptation in PDF and EPUB Developmental Psychopathology, Volume 3, Risk, Disorder, and Adaptation provides a life span developmental perspective on "high-risk" conditions and mental disorders. Moreover, it examines developmental pathways to resilient adaptation in the face of adversity.