Walter Lippmann ' s Drift and Mastery Seldom does a work by an author only just
turned twenty - five attract the kind of attention accorded Walter Lippmann ' s Drift
and Mastery when it first appeared in the fall of 1914 . Randolph Bourne , who ...
Author: Walter Lippmann
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
Drift and Mastery, originally published in 1914, is one of the most important and influential documents of the Progressive Movement, a valuable text for understanding the political thought of early twentieth-century America. This paperback edition of Walter Lippmann's classic work includes a revised introduction by William E. Leuchtenburg that places the book in its historical and political contexts. In his first book, A Preface to Politics, Lippmann was sharply critical of traditionalism in favor of creativity—so much so that he was accused of anti-intellectualism. In Drift and Mastery, he corrected this imbalance, exploring the tensions between expansion and consolidation, traditionalism an progressivism, emotion and rationality. He wrote to convince readers that they could balance these tensions: they could be organized, efficient, and functional without sacrificing impulse, choice, fantasy, or liberty. Mastery is attainable, Lippmann argued, but scientific endeavor is driven by human curiosity and creativity—an argument in favor of science as both a method as both a method for discovering the truth and a means of wish fulfillment through diligent attention to facts. Drift and Mastery is both a telling product of its times and a lucid exploration of timeless themes in American government and politics. It will continue to serve new generations of scholars and students in American intellectual history, mass communications, and political science.
CONTINUITIES AND DISCONTINUITIES IN MASTERY MOTIVATION DURING
INFANCY AND TODDLERHOOD: A CONCEPTUALIZATION AND REVIEW Karen
Caplovitz Barrett George A. Morgan Colorado State University In this chapter, we
Author: Robert H. MacTurk
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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traditional surgeons and surgical As is traditional with a Mastery of Surgery ...
Author: Nathaniel J. Soper
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This text/atlas is a comprehensive guide to minimally invasive procedures in general surgery. Chapters are authored by world-renowned experts in this technology, who share their firsthand operative experience, emphasizing decision-making, anatomy, and key steps in the operations. The Third Edition features expanded sections on the esophagus, gastrointestinal tract, liver and biliary tract, pancreas and spleen, and small and large bowel, new sections on state-of-the-art surgical tools and bariatric surgery, and new chapters on esophageal lengthening, duodenal switch, and natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES). Full-color photographs and drawings complement the text throughout. Each chapter concludes with comments from the editors. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text and an image bank.
The problem is that although the connection between teaching to standards and
mastery learning is logical and natural, only a small proportion of teachers and
schools have adopted mastery learning. Moreover, many of those who claim to
Author: J. Ronald Gentile
Publisher: Corwin Press
** Consider using the Robert Marzano and RoseAnn Vojtek quote instead of marketing copy.** This ideal book enables educators to help students attain self-efficacy and the ability to achieve new ways of learning. It examines national and state standards and shows how to attain them through mastery learning.
The sequence of mastery , as in any sequence of learning , involves stimulus ,
cognition and response . The acquisition of a skill can be prompted by a stimulus
that is aural , visual or imaginative . The imaginative component of the stimulus
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
A unique, efficient methodology for developing high levels of proficiency in string players in both classroom and private studio settings. It complements the standard method books by constructing a step-by-step pedagogical program for violin, viola, cello and string bass.
STUDY GUIDE MYSTERY MASTERY A Unique and Exciting Step - by - Step
Approach to Practicing and Performing Favorite Piano Repertoire from Four
Stylistic Periods Mystery to Mastery is divided into two sections . The main part of
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Author: Roberta S. Kremer
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Interdisciplinary explorations into the work of one of the premier writer-survivors of the Holocaust.
Ms. Clarfield is co - author of From Mystery to Mastery and author of Burgmüller ,
Czerny , Hanon : 32 Piano Studies Selected for Technique and Musicality . Her
editions of Debussy's Golliwog's Cakewalk , Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata and ...
Author: Dennis Alexander
Publisher: Alfred Music
Keys to Stylistic Mastery teaches the basic principles of the five stylistic periods (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionist and Contemporary) to piano students. The pieces were chosen to provide a helpful transition from method books to the classics. Composer Dennis Alexander has written at least one piece in the style of each period. Information about each style period, listing selected composers, keyboard instruments and typical forms, precedes the music from that period. Brief biographies of all composers represented are included.
Perhaps the teacher's process of designing an investigation for students has
become automatic through years of practice. These chunks of information and
automaticity of processing allow MASTeRy LeARnIng In THe SCIenCe
Author: Kelly Morgan
Publisher: NSTA Press
Category: Electronic books
In these pages, Kelly Morgan presents a compelling case for implementing a mastery learning science classroom and then shows us how to do it. Using research-based student performance data, Morgan compiles impressive statistics that support her assertion, OC Mastery learning results in improved student learning and motivation.OCO Showing challenges as well as benefits, this text covers a step-by-step implementation from the traditional classroom to a mastery classroom."
Author: J. Anthony
This book is for any average person who wants to achieve excellence. It contains a formula that will enable one to go from â€œzeroâ€ to excellence in a relatively short period of time. It is extremely valuable for students, business people, managers, executives, artists and sports people. In fact, it is useful for anyone who desires excellence and creativity and values them in their area of life. I will define excellence as the effortless achievement of a desired goal through the avenue of self-mastery. The aim is to achieve mastery in the area of oneâ€™s thoughts, emotions, physical body and relationships and also to achieve an understanding of how these things are related to the events and circumstances in oneâ€™s life. When mastery in these areas has been achieved, then achievement becomes effortless and one is able to achieve exceptional success in the world.
Author: Edna B. Foa
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This program has at its foundation the use of ritual prevention and prolonged actual and imaginable exposure exercises. Therapists will learn the best methods for assessing OCD and formulating a treatment program tailored to their client's particular OCD symptoms. Sample lists of exposure items are provided for fear of contamination, fear of supernatural harm, and fear of causing harm to self and others by acts of negligence.This Therapist Guide is designed to help psychotherapists in assessing and treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It is divided into three sections. In the first section, a summary of the symptoms of OCD and methods for assessing the disorder are presented. In the second section, the relative efficacy of the available treatments and how to arrive at treatment recommendations for individuals with OCD who seek treatment are discussed. In the third section, a guide to cognitive-behavioral treatment by exposure and ritual prevention is provided. Also in this section, the components of the treatment procedures whose efficacy has been experimentally documents are described and illustrated, as well as those aspects of their practical application that inhabit experimentally uncharted territory of clinical wisdom and artistry.
The life stories of these various contemporary figures dispel the notion that
mastery is somehow passé or elitist. They come from all different backgrounds,
social classes, and ethnicities. The power they have achieved is clearly the result
Author: Robert Greene
From the bestselling author of The 48 Laws of Power and The Laws of Human Nature, a vital work revealing that the secret to mastery is already within you. Each one of us has within us the potential to be a Master. Learn the secrets of the field you have chosen, submit to a rigorous apprenticeship, absorb the hidden knowledge possessed by those with years of experience, surge past competitors to surpass them in brilliance, and explode established patterns from within. Study the behaviors of Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci and the nine contemporary Masters interviewed for this book. The bestseller author of The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, and The 33 Strategies of War, Robert Greene has spent a lifetime studying the laws of power. Now, he shares the secret path to greatness. With this seminal text as a guide, readers will learn how to unlock the passion within and become masters.
Author: Michelle G. Craske
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Do you have rushes of fear accompanied by a pounding heart, trembling, dizziness, and feelings of unreality that make you think you're sick, dying, or losing your mind? Do these feelings interfere with your normal daily routine, or prevent you from doing things you would normally do? Do you find yourself seeking medical treatment for symptoms related to your panic? If you are prone to panic attacks and constantly worry about when the next attack may come, you may suffer from panic disorder and/or agoraphobia. Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic, Workbook for Primary Care Settings outlines a time-limited treatment for dealing with panic disorder and agoraphobia. If you primarily seek treatment from your family doctor, this workbook will be useful. Based on the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), the program described can be delivered by your general practitioner or other health or mental health care provider in the primary care setting in up to six sessions. A modified version of the more intensive 12-session program that currently exists, this treatment represents an introduction of the skills and techniques for overcoming panic disorder that you can easily learn and continue on your own. This workbook will teach you the importance of record-keeping and monitoring your progress, as well as breathing techniques and thinking skills to reduce your anxiety. You will learn how to face your fear of physical symptoms and anxiety-inducing situations. Self-assessment tools, homework exercises, and interactive forms allow you to become an active participant in your treatment. This program will help you take charge of your panic and allow you the freedom to stop relying on medication and health services for relief of your symptoms. TreatmentsThatWorkTM represents the gold standard of behavioral healthcare interventions! · All programs have been rigorously tested in clinical trials and are backed by years of research · A prestigious scientific advisory board, led by series Editor-In-Chief David H. Barlow, reviews and evaluates each intervention to ensure that it meets the highest standard of evidence so you can be confident that you are using the most effective treatment available to date · Our books are reliable and effective and make it easy for you to provide your clients with the best care available · Our corresponding workbooks contain psychoeducational information, forms and worksheets, and homework assignments to keep clients engaged and motivated · A companion website (www.oup.com/us/ttw) offers downloadable clinical tools and helpful resources · Continuing Education (CE) Credits are now available on select titles in collaboration with PsychoEducational Resources, Inc. (PER)
Looking first at Model A, mastery motivation, experienced as the '1' part of self-
concept, leads to an action and a perceived outcome. This outcome, in turn,
produces an emotion, which feeds back to the self concept and either increases
Author: David Messer
First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: Josef E. Fischer
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This authoritative two-volume reference represents the core procedural knowledge taught in most surgical residency programs. This edition has new procedures in bariatric surgery, hernia surgery, and vascular surgery, and includes a large number of international contributors. Editorial comments at the end of each chapter provide additional insight.
Hirers considered the right to punish the slaves they rented to be fundamental to
the short-term mastery they had purchased. But owners cringed at the thought of
other people whipping their slaves, especially when those people had no ...
Author: Jonathan D. MARTIN
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Divided Mastery explores a curiously neglected aspect of the history of American slavery: the rental of slaves. Though few slaves escaped being rented out at some point in their lives, this is the first book to describe the practice, and its effects on both slaves and the peculiar institution. Martin reveals how the unique triangularity of slave hiring created slaves with two masters, thus transforming the customary polarity of master-slave relationships. Drawing upon slaveholders' letters, slave narratives, interviews with former slaves, legislative petitions, and court records, Divided Mastery ultimately reveals that slave hiring's significance was paradoxical. The practice bolstered the system of slavery by facilitating its spread into the western territories, by democratizing access to slave labor, and by promoting both production and speculation with slave capital. But at the same time, slaves used hiring to their advantage, finding in it crucial opportunities to shape their work and family lives, to bring owners and hirers into conflict with each other, and to destabilize the system of bondage. Martin illuminates the importance of the capitalist market as a tool for analyzing slavery and its extended relationships. Through its fresh and complex perspective, Divided Mastery demonstrates that slave hiring is critical to understanding the fundamental nature of American slavery, and its social, political, and economic place in the Old South. Table of Contents: Introduction: Slaves with Two Masters 1 Slave Hiring in the Evolution of Slavery 2 A Blessing and a Curse 3 Risks and Returns 4 Compromised Mastery 5 Resistance and Abuse 6 Working Alone Epilogue Abbreviations Notes Acknowledgments Index "This finely crafted, thought-provoking study of slave hiring in the antebellum South fills a major gap in the historical literature. Divided Mastery will be of great interest to students of American slavery." --Peter Kolchin, author of American Slavery, 1619-1877 "Divided Mastery greatly extends and systematizes our knowledge of slave hiring as a practice making slavery a more economically flexible institution. Martin also writes insightfully about the emotional and psychological complexities attending the interaction of slaves, owners, and hirers. This will be the standard reference for historians interested in slave hiring, and Martin's vigorous prose style should attract a wider readership as well for this fine new book." --T. Stephen Whitman, author of Challenging Slavery in the Chesapeake, 1775-1865 "Martin has done more than fill an important niche in understanding slavery in the American South; his work adds an appreciation of the complexity of slavery by unraveling--in fine detail--precisely how the system of slave hiring worked. It reveals how the rental of slaves at once expanded and constrained the latitude of both master and slave, at times allowing slaveholders to gain greater flexibility and profit in the employment of their human property and permitting slaves to secure greater independence and control over their own lives. Divided Mastery is a significant addition to the literature on slavery in the US." --Ira Berlin, author of Generations of Captivity: A History of African-American Slaves
Stress Mastery Prescription 15: Learn to be flexible and just go with the flow. As
the Quaker proverb goes, “In theface of strong winds, let me be a blade of grass.
In the face of strong walls, let me be a gale of wind” (Sapolsky, 1998, p. 416).
Author: Jack Singer
Publisher: Corwin Press
Build emotional strength to prevent stress and/or burnout by discovering how stress affects health, how to boost your psychological immunity, and how to maintain your teaching effectiveness!
Carlyle outlines here a framework within which various kinds of nineteenth-
century mastery can be understood. Though new, many forms of mastery in the
nineteenth century appeal for legitimation to past hierarchies, despite the fact that
Author: J. Taylor
Category: Literary Criticism
Taking Hegel's famous " Master-Slave Dialectic " as its starting point, this wide-ranging book examines portrayals of masters, slaves and servants in works by Carlyle, Dickens, Eliot, Collins and others. The questions raised about modern mastery and slavery are pursued in relation to intriguing nineteenth-century figures as the American slave-holder, the musician, the demagogue and the Jew.
—Carl Jung Mastery in any endeavor is not given. It is earned. It is the birthright
of all people yet requires that we go on a journey and face terrible demons within
ourselves, to arrive whole. Almost all heroic myths that depict a long and ...
Author: Keith Merron
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
Most consultants are content to solve problems. Extraordinary consultants alter the culture of the client organization itself, changing the way the organization operates. Keith Merron shows that the most powerful tool for making a real difference is the consultant's inner stance--the attitudes, assumptions, beliefs, goals, and strategies that underlie the consulting practice. In other words, it is the inner qualities of the consultant that differentiate a great consultant from the rest of the pack. Consulting Mastery explores the deep inner shift required to become an extraordinary consultant. Through vivid examples, Merron contrasts the goals, strategies, and tactics used by most consultants with those used by masterful consultants to reveal the qualities and characteristics that will help you make the biggest difference with your clients. If you yearn to have a bigger impact on your client organizations, or even on the world as a whole, Consulting Mastery shows how to transform yourself from a problem solver to an empowering partner. Following a natural flow of learning, it details the conceptual foundation of consulting mastery, provides a vision of mastery in action, and outlines a clear path to attaining mastery in oneself.
Mr . Prendergast , in his handbook to the Mastery Series , ' lucidly and forcibly
sets forth the faults of the old system , and gives many most useful hints for the
formation of a new one . . : We join with Mr . Prendergast in his regrets that Latin
Author: Thomas Prendergast
Category: Spanish language