Emma. Beautiful, intelligent, radiantly talented, she lives in a star-studded world of wealth and privilege.
Author: Nora Roberts
Emma. Beautiful, intelligent, radiantly talented, she lives in a star-studded world of wealth and privilege. But she is about to discover that fame is no protection at all when someone wants you dead. . . . All she has to do is close her eyes and she remembers the day Brian McAvoy swept into her life. A frightened toddler, she didn't know then that she was his illegitimate daughter or that he was pop music's rising new star. All she knew was that with Brian, his bandmates, and his new wife, she felt safe. And when her baby brother arrived, Emma thought she was the luckiest girl in the world . . . until the night a botched kidnapping attempt shattered all their lives . . . and destroyed Emma's happiness. Yet now, even though Emma is still haunted by flashes of memory from that fateful night, she has survived. She's carved out a thrilling career and even dared to fall rapturously in love. But the man who will become her husband isn't all that he seems. And Emma is about to awaken to the chilling knowledge that the darkest secret of all is the one buried in her mind—a secret that someone may kill to keep.
With a triangulated research methodology that involves case illustrations,
interviews, and Web-based surveys, this study explores the following research
questions: RQ1: Does the organizational communication phenomenon of public
Author: Xin-An Lu
Category: Business & Economics
There seem to be two realms in our waking time: work and life. However, work is often juxtaposed against life, which is found in anything but work. Organizational work has become nothing more than the necessary evil, the means for a livelihood. Work has ubiquitously become the enemy of life. What culprit has dichotomized work and life? Public secrets! Empirically based, this book explores and testifies why the phenomenon of public secrets may have transformed our organizational life into a big lie to which we are all forced to subscribe-against private consciousness. Public secrets represent the communication phenomenon where public knowledge, though tacitly acknowledged and widely espoused, is never incorporated into organizational actions and daily routines. As a consequence, employees are not living their organizational life with their heads and hearts, but with our heels. "Employment with heels" is the biggest "un-economics" against time-it costs, wastes, and debilitates; it makes work the arch-enemy of life.
One strategy increasingly used after the Second World War to keep race a public
secret was the branding of the island as a racial paradise. One journalist, for
instance, described Jamaica in 1951 as 'the world's shop-window for racial ...
Author: Henrice Altink
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
Informed by Critical Race Theory and based on a wide range of sources, including official sources, memoirs, and anthropological studies, this book examines multiple forms of racial discrimination in Jamaica and how they were talked about and experienced, from the end of the First World War until the demise of democratic socialism in the 1980. It also pays attention to practices devoid of racial content but which equally helped to sustain a society stratified by race and colour, such as voting qualifications. Case studies on, amongst others, the labour market, education, the family and legal system demonstrate the extent to which race and colour shaped social relations in the island in the decades preceding and following independence and argue that racial discrimination was a public secret - everybody knew it took place but few dared to openly discuss or criticise it. The book ends with an examination of race and colour in contemporary Jamaica to show that after independence race and colour have lost little of their power and offers some suggestions to overcome the silence on race to facilitate equality of opportunity for all.
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Author: David Buckingham
Publisher: British Film Inst
Category: EastEnder (Television program)
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Ten faculty members were also interviewed as a validation for the process and
results of the survey . Results from the study revealed that the communication
phenomenon of public secrets does exist in the organizational setting , and that ,
Category: Dissertations, Academic
As we see in this perceptive book, film offers a rich medium for unearthing these secrets
Author: Stephanie Donald
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Public Secrets, Public Spaces explores the possibility of symbolic public space in the context of Chinese cinema. Focusing especially on women, children, and the dispossessed, Stephanie H. Donald looks at the ways public space is constructed and occupied and how it interacts with Opublic secrets, O the unstated common-sense knowledges of everyday life, extraordinary to those who are not initiated into the routines of a particular cultural place and space. In traditional societies public secrets are organized through observable ritual; in modern societies they are embedded in the cultural discourse of the routine and the everyday. As we see in this perceptive book, film offers a rich medium for unearthing these secrets
Informed by critical race theory and based on a wide range of sources, including official sources, memoirs, and anthropological studies, this book examines multiple forms of racial discrimination in Jamaica and how they were talked about ...
Author: Henrice Altink
Informed by critical race theory and based on a wide range of sources, including official sources, memoirs, and anthropological studies, this book examines multiple forms of racial discrimination in Jamaica and how they were talked about and experienced from the end of the First World War until the demise of democratic socialism in the 1980s. It also pays attention to practices devoid of racial content but which equally helped to sustain a society stratified by race and colour, such as voting qualifications. Case studies on the labour market, education, the family and legal system, among other areas, demonstrate the extent to which race and colour shaped social relations in the island in the decades preceding and following independence and argue that racial discrimination was a public secret - everybody knew it took place but few dared to openly discuss or criticise it. The book ends with an examination of race and colour in contemporary Jamaica to show that race and colour have lost little of their power since independence and offers some suggestions to overcome the silence on race to facilitate equality of opportunity for all.
Author: Ken G. Robertson
Publisher: London : Macmillan
Category: Freedom of information
portant State secrets have been betrayed , a man filling his high station of First
Lord as the noble Earl says , by a public servant . of the Treasury , in his place in
ParliaA public newspaper is made conversant ment , and from the Treasury
Author: Great Britain. Parliament
Category: Great Britain
charged to provide a public service , even if he did not receive the papers ,
documents or secrets ( in question ] while he was performing his job or rendering
his service or because of his job . A public civil servant is also one who stopped
Author: Ken Knabb
Nora Roberts Hot Ice Sacred Sins Brazen Virtue Sweet Revenge Public Secrets
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Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
A young woman hides her talents—and herself—from the world until a man who’s already lost enough for a lifetime reminds her that any broken heart can be healed with hope and love in Charmed, a Donovan Legacy novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. Anastasia Donovan is an empath of powerful sensitivity, feeling the pain and despair of everyone she encounters. Overwhelmed, she’s chosen to close off her gift and avoid relationships at all costs. But now a new next door neighbor threatens Ana’s solitude. Widower Boone Sawyer is a devoted father to his six-year-old daughter—and a man possessed of his own gift that casts a spell Ana finds she cannot resist.
... 386 whether trade secrets constitute , 59 , 60 Government government
information - see also Obligation of confidence confidential nature of , 111 , 172-
174 defence secrets , public domain and , 124 discovery and litigation ,
application of ...
Author: Robert Dean
Publisher: Lawbook Company
Category: Trade secrets
si The Paradox of Public Secrets An example of a policy that might be subject to
public debate is " flexible response , " which , since 1967 , has outlined a range of
options NATO might pursue in response to an attack by the Soviet Union .
Author: Jay Rosen
But Wills has suggested a different possibility : that a politician's skill at finding an
audience can make all The Paradox of Public Secrets arguments — his and his
opponents ' — irrelevant . A pub An example of a policy that might be subject to ...
Category: Antinuclear movement
As previously stated , both time and experience with the American people are on
the side of the collector of public secrets . If the United States of America is to
survive to reach its 300th birthday , we must treat our strategic intelligence and ...
Author: Nora Roberts
Would any honest public Secret Journal which contained it . In the year agent , he
asked , desire a veil to be drawn over his 1785 , Mr. P. proceeded to state , the
Spanish Govacts , to hide his conduct from the public eye ? He ernment sent a ...
Author: United States. Congress
Category: United States
I cannot see why the courts should be powerless to restrain the publication of
public secrets , while enjoying the Argyll powers in regard to domestic secrets .
Indeed , as already pointed out , the court must have power to deal with
Author: Colin Turpin
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Category: Constitutional law
The fourth edition of this manual on constitutional law has been updated for 1999, in the light of key developments in case law and legislation. It examines the Human Rights Act 1998, devolution in Scotland and Wales, Freedom of Information and electoral reform proposals.