5 edition of Healing our differences found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-210) and index
|Statement||Rowman & Littlefield|
|Publishers||Rowman & Littlefield|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|The cultural politics of identity To think locally and act globally? Language elasticity: the intersection of the senses Ethics and the politics of professionalism Ethnicity and race: a new double consciousness? Omon: the cultural meanings of childhood and youth identity Listening to her eyes: where motherhood meets sisterhood Healing illness and affirming health in African The future of health promotion: the legacy of Paulo Freire Spirituality: the site of the true otherness In the valley of selfhood and mountains of cultures: contextualizing HIV/AIDS communications Of culture and multiverse: renouncing the universal truth in health The way forward|
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The second story is from a 66-year-old female with a diagnosis of scoliosis since she was in her early twenties. Diversity Blessing May the God who created a world of diversity and vibrancy, Go with us as we embrace life in all its fullness. Our faith traditions have much wisdom to offer, and we look forward to this conversation and the light that these faithful leaders will lend to those of us finding Healing our differences way.
People in our place of work, and in our school, come from different backgrounds. How do you see this work impacting the future of health care? The breadth and ease with which he is able to draw upon and navigate his way through a lot of different material reflects the extent of his scholarship, and its breadth. The breadth and ease with which he is able to draw upon and navigate his way through a lot of different material reflects the extent of Healing our differences scholarship, and its breadth.
They wanted only their opinions expressed. The opportunity presented in this book is one that allows readers to move beyond the individualized notion of identity by allowing instead a collective notion of identity, representative of a community with its own needs, cultural expressions, and meanings. Healing our Differences addresses with great clarity, insight, and sensitivity the global crisis of health and identity.
How does one speak to a divided nation, a divided church? Communities of color will adopt these ideas if you show them the evidence. Journalistically, we speak of separating news from opinion. Experts have repeatedly told bishops that one of the best things they can do for victims of abuse is to listen to them.
Giroux Collins Airhihenbuwa has written a book which is at the intersection of a number of different disciplines: public health, and African Studies and African Philosophy. This book affirms public health as a landscape where differences that make differences are promoted and encouraged. Just like piano or skating, the first attempts are unsure, but practice, practice, and practice more.