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Robot. [1], Super color comic by Renji Murata; Duane Johnson Read ebook DOC, AZW, PRC, TXT, DJVU

Author: Renji Murata; Duane Johnson
Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ont. : D/Books, 2005, ©2004.
ISBNISSN: 9781569709399, 1569709394
Genre: Graphic novels
Notes: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations ; 30 cm
Responsibility: Robot. [1], Super color comic
Other titles: Robot :
Super colour comic
Vol. 3 has imprint: Dunmore Press in association with the New Zealand Police and with the assistance of the Historical Branch, Dept. of Internal Affairs.
Vol. 5 has imprint: University of Otago Press in association with the New Zealand Police and Ministry for Culture and Heritage. V. 1. Policing the colonial frontier --
v. 2. The colonial frontier tamed --
v. 3. The iron hand in the velvet glove --
v. 4. A policeman's paradise? / Graeme Dunstall --
v. 5. More than law and order : policing a changing society, 1945-1992 / Susan Butterworth. V. 1. Policing the colonial frontier --
v. 2. The colonial frontier tamed --
v. 3. The iron hand in the velvet glove --
v. 4. A policeman's paradise? Policing a stable society 1918-1945. --
v. 5. More than law and order : policing a changing society, 1945-1992. Includes index. Parallel title in Chinese characters.
"Translation of selected parts of Yan De-xin's Zhong guo li dai Zhong yi kang shuai lao mi yao (Secret essentials for combating senility with TCM in China through various dynasties) published by the Literary Press in Shanghai in 1993"--Editor's pref.
Includes index. Introducing cataloging students, beginning catalogers, copy catalogers, and department administrators to the principles of cataloging, classification, and indexing, this revised text provides a simple, solid foundation for standard practices of cataloging and bibliographic control in the United States and Canada. The book reviews major considerations for making decisions about cataloging, classification, shelving, and public catalogs, and examines pertinent issues regarding bibliographic services, including computerized bibliographic systems (large networks and local systems). This edition incorporates recent cataloging rule changes, MARC format integration changes, and other newly approved material. A chapter on managing the catalog department has been added, and the bibliography, chapter reading lists, and glossary have been updated and expanded. The book includes the following sections: (1) Introduction; (2) Decisions; (3) The "Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules"; (4) Description; (5) Access; (6) Subject Authorities; (7) "Sears List of Subject Headings"; (8) "Library of Congress Subject Headings"; (9) Classification Systems; (10) The Dewey Decimal Classification; (11) Library of Congress Classification; (12) Bibliographic Utilities: Large Computer-Based Networks; (13) Local Systems; (14) The MARC Formats; (15) Cataloging and Classification Policies; and (16) Managing the Cataloging Department. Appendices include a selected bibliography, glossary, additional cataloging examples, and answers to examples. Topical, name, and figure and example indices are also provided. (Author/SWC) This anthology contains 32 essays: "Beginner's Mind" (Sarita Chawla);"Communities of Commitment: The Heart of Learning Organizations" (Fred Kofman, Peter Senge); "Managing the Dream" (Charles Handy); "Ahead of the Wave: Valuing Gender Perspective in Learning Cultures" (Marilynne Anderson); "Mastering Change" (Rosabeth Moss Kanter); "The Renaissance of Learning in Business" (John W. Thompson); "The Transformational Leader: The Wellspring of the Learning Organization" (Jayme Rolls); "Why Smart Organizations Don't Learn" (Lisa J. Marshall et al.);"Stories for Learning: Exploring Your Circumstance" (Diane Cory, Paula Underwood); "The Seventh Story: Extending Learning Organizations Far beyond the Business" (Barbara Shipka); "Dialogue: Capacities and Stories" (Judy Brown); "Mindshift: Strategic Dialogue for Breakthrough Thinking" (Sherrin Bennett, Juanita Brown); "Language as Action: Linking Metaphors with Organization Transformation" (Susan J. Bethanis); "Generative Coaching: A Surprising Learning Odyssey" (Kendall Murphy); "Building Learning Laboratories to Create More Effective Distributed Decision Making" (W. Brian Kreutzer); "FASTBreak(TM): A Facilitation Approach to Systems Thinking Breakthroughs" (David P. Kreutzer); "The DNA of the Learning Organization" (Robert Dilworth); "Wisdom at Work: An Inquiry into the Dimensions of Higher Order Learning" (Joel Levey, Michelle Levey);"Learning Communities: An Alternative to the 'Expert Model'" (Stephanie Ryan); "Learning Out of Context" (Eric Edwards Vogt); "Vitalizing Work Design: Implementing a Developmental Philosophy" (Carol Sanford); "Development Strategies for the Knowledge Era" (Linda E. Morris); "The Faster Learning Organization (FLO)" (Bob Guns); "Managerial Practice Fields: Infrastructures of a Learning Organization" (Daniel H. Kim); "Learning as an Organization: A Journey into Chaos" (David R. Schwandt); "The Challenge of Stewardship: Building Learning Organizations in Healthcare" (Alain Gauthier); "Restructuring Education: Designing Tomorrow's Workplace" (John H. Wood); "Transforming Mental Models through Formal and Informal Learning: A Guide for Workplace Educators" (Robert Weintraub); "Leadership, Quality, and the U.S. Navy" (Robert L. Masten); "Organizational Learning: Medical Metaphor and Corporate Practice" (Alan K. Graham); "Shared Values: Nutrients for Learning" (Frank Hoffmann, Bill Withers); "Creating a Learning Organization by Accident" (Mary Byrd); "Beyond Ego to Wisdom: The Eicher Experience" (Dinesh Chandra); and "Reflections of Learning from a Gathering" (Sarita Chawla). Appendixes contain 346 recommending readings, author addresses, and an index. (YLB) This book, which can be used in secondary and college courses, is the first of two volumes which present a Chinese view of China and the world. The reality of everyday life as experienced by the Chinese people is recreated in the series. Almost all of the materials in both volumes has been written by Chinese and has been taken from a variety of sources: autobiographies, fiction, poetry, newspaper and magazine articles, and historical documents. Each primary source selection is preceded by an editor's introduction which provides background information and a few questions for class discussion. Volume one begins with the story of the Communist rise to power in 1949, which led to perhaps the most spectacular social revolution the world has ever seen. This first volume focuses on the changes brought about in the lives of the peasants, the masses who make their living from the land. It is comprised of four major parts. In Part I the Chinese talk about the "Revolution and Land Reform." Part II, "A New World View," presents materials on Maoist ethics, the traditional family ethic, and religion. Part III deals with "The Liberation of Women." The status of women, the home life of a saleswoman and romance in China are discussed. Part IV deals with "Politics." The Confucian heritage, education, and dissent are included among the topics discussed. (Author/RM)