3 edition of Case studies of voluntary defectors from intensive religious groups found in the catalog.
Case studies of voluntary defectors from intensive religious groups
Ursula Hilde Sack
Written in English
|Statement||by Ursula Hilde Sack.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/156 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 294 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||86891089|
Case Studies: My Patient’s Dying. By Molly Daughety, (4th year Medical Student), with Tarris Rosell, PhD, DMin. I had never seen it before. I had no experience on which to base my unsettling suspicions. And yet, it was unmistakable. My patient, Ms. P, was dying right in front of me. The learning organization ten years on: a case study Peter A.C. Smith Introduction Change is a topic of crucial concern to all organizations in these turbulent business times. In dealing with change, and ultimately in ensuring business survival of an organization, I concur with authors such as Senge () that managements’ mindsets are the.
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Summary A review of scientific literature shows that the rate of mental illness among Jehovah’s Witnesses is considerably above average. Statistical information varies partly because the extant research has been conducted on different populations at different time periods.
Several major factors stand out as harmful to Witness mental health. Not only do persons with emotional [ ]. A call for submissions went out inviting real-life cases of inter-religious engagement in ELCA ministry contexts.
Over 50 case studies were received and woven together with historical analysis, practical tips, and theological reflection, culminating in a book project published by Lutheran University Press in And again in the same year, Dr (Case Studies of Voluntary Defectors from Intensive Religious Groups, University of California) reached the same conclusions via a different (case-study based) route.
Havor Montague, a licensed therapist, in 'The Pessimistic Sect's Influence on the Mental Health of Its Members: The Case of Jehovah's Witnesses,'. After reading the case and guidelines thoroughly, reader should go forward and start the analyses of the case.
STEP 3: Doing The Case Analysis Of Religious Experience: To make an appropriate case analyses, firstly, reader should mark the important problems that are happening in the organization.
The studies of Rylander (), Pescor (), von Janner (), and Spencer () of the mental health of JW are old, and they have several methodological weaknesses. Therefore, none of these studies can tell anything about the mental health of JW today.
Jerry Bergman has published one book and several articles on the mental health of JW. Group Case Studies Providing innovative solutions to enable independent Organisation: Northamptonshire Centre for Independent Living Beneficiaries: Disabled people and their familes, friends and carers Area of operation: Across Northamptonshire Telephone: religious tension.
Until now it has not been able to convene, let alone issue any common statement or carry out any joint action for peace. But this does not mean that religious leaders and groups have been doing nothing.
At different levels and in various parts of the country a spate of interfaith actions and initiatives has been sprouting Size: 46KB. Welcome to the Case Libraries Research Guide for Religious Studies. This guide contains a collection of research tips, strategies and resources to help you find more information for your research.
Please feel free to contact your KSL librarian if you have questions or Author: Mark Eddy. The networks are voluntary, employee-led and have senior-level sponsors. Groups are encouraged to cross-collaborate and focus on education, awareness and inclusion.
This includes educating and training employees about religious diversity and facilitating employee engagement through special events and. Religion Case Study: Religion is a special form of the Case studies of voluntary defectors from intensive religious groups book view, which is based on the faith in the supernatural powers, and includes a set of moral values and types of behavior, rituals and gathering of people into the organizations (a church, a religious community, etc.).
People have always believed that some supernatural powers and creatures created the world, and all the people, animals. Howard Culbertson, NW 81st, Oklahoma City, OK | Phone: - Fax: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International you use this material, an acknowledgment of the source would be appreciated.
This case study explores the shift away from interreligious harmony and to- ward sectarian strife in Kashmiri society, particularly over the last three de- cades, and how religious antagonisms have played into both local politics andFile Size: 2MB.
Case studies -- actual examples of thorny situations -- are very effective in a problem-centered learning approach. These case studies and scenarios -- used by Howard Culbertson as classroom teaching / learning aids -- are available on this site: Case studies: aids for problem-centered learning.
Categorising “Religion”: From Case Studies to Methodology. Podcast with Teemu Taira (19 September ). Interviewed by Breann Fallon. Transcribed by Claire Berlinger. Transcript available at: Taira – Categorising Religion Breann Fallon (BF): The category of religion is often referred to as slippery or such, scholars have sought to deconstruct the term in order Author: Christopher Cotter.
A case study of Nigeria would contain the following elements: (1) a brief overview of the current state of the religious divide and history of the conflict; (2) an overview of peacemaking efforts and an in-depth study of peacebuilding activities in Nigeria, including the interfaith mediation center, establishment of the Nigeria Inter-Religious.
Ultimately, this case study demonstrates that religious groups and other similar organizations to which stakeholders have strong emotional ties must engage in effective crisis communication on topical issues. Organizations must also address the broader issue of social order, which relates strongly to the ability to move forward post-crisis.
suggest a religious place such as temple, shrine, etc. Next, show the images in HANDOUT 1 to groups of and have students note the features that further help to identify religious persuasion. Makes sure to cut images out and do not include the caption.
Following this group identification activity, discuss the findings as a class. Case Studies in Missions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(5). The Case for Religious Studies. The principal concern of religious studies is to expose differences in those worldviews so that we might understand the beliefs and practices of a wide variety of cultural actors.
Different religious groups imagine the world differently, and that affects how they respond to contemporary concerns. A case study from the Human Rights and Democracy Report.
Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East Druze, Alawite, Jewish, Baha’i and other groups. Christian Leadership 3 - Group Case Study Exercise. We will divide into work groups and assign one case study to each group.
You have 25 minutes to reach a conclusion. Record your rationale for the decision or plan you're recommending, and appoint one of your members to give a. Like many people at the moment, I am curious to understand what makes Donald Trump tick.
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In other words, his soul energy is that of the commanding and decisive ‘King’ archetype, while. Making the Islamic Case for Religious Liberty.
Abdullah Saeed. Many Muslims today are trying to come to terms with the modern concept of religious liberty.
One of the most authoritative and influential definitions of religious freedom comes from Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which affirms that. A case-based General Education course at Harvard College studies religious conflict in the unlikeliest of places: our own backyards.
Launched in fallProfessor Diana Eck’s “The World’s Religions in Multicultural America: Case Studies in Religious Pluralism” shatters the illusion that freedom of religion in America brings harmonious coexistence—instead, this freedom has put.
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Case Studies in Domestic and International Terrorist Organizations increases understanding of how domestic and international groups formed and evolved, and they currently operate. The book can serve as a stand-alone text or a supplemental reader for courses studying terrorism, international relations, or.
A new research approach for religious tourism 91 In terms of origin, the largest single group of respondents was those living abroad (57%), Portuguese (34%) and Spanish (8%). Jehovah's Witnesses lost jobs, freedom, children, and many lost their lives.
Their survival was achieved by their adherence to a total system, which allowed no compromise and no doubts. Its conflict with the National Socialist system was bitter and inevitable and by the terms of reference set consciously by the Witnesses, they, and not the Nazis, were the victors.
Introduction Using Case Studies in Missions 6 Part 1: Idols and Ancestors 11 1. The Ancestral Feast Greg Roth 13 2.
Grandmother’s Funeral Mamoru B. Ogata 15 3. A Wedding in the People’s Republic of China David Wang 17 4. Family Gods Paul G. Hiebert 19 5. Food Offered to Idols Simon P David 22 6. The Neighborhood Celebration Anonymous The Costs of Diversity in Religious Organizations: An In-depth Case Study Brad Christerson* Bioa Unkisity Michael Emerson Rice Uniersity A significant body of literature has documented and explained the racial and ethnic homogeneity of volunteer organizations, including religious ones.
This paper seeks to break new ground by. A CASE STUDY: ISSUES OF CULTURE, DIVERSITY AND DIFFERENCE IN ART EDUCATION IN NEW ZEALAND JILL SMITH Asian groups grew the fastest (an increase of almost 50%), and those identifying with Pacific peoples' ethnic groups had the solutions to issues of culture, diversity and difference in secondary school Size: 6MB.
Managing the Challenges of WTO Participation: 45 Case Studies. 45 case studies from economies around the world, each of which illustrates how governments, business and civil society manage their country’s participation in the World Trade Organization.
Schools and universities have a Duty of Care obligation to protect students from foreseeable risk when studying or travelling abroad through the institution. This includes supporting students’ mental health, which can be exacerbated when away from home.
A Fall in Paradise: Air Evacuation from St. Kitts. The island of St. Kitts, in the eastern. Adherents of some unregistered religious groups, as well as religious activists campaigning for internationally-guaranteed rights, are harassed, arrested, imprisoned, or placed under house arrest.
manitarian assistance. The case study in Afghanistan is the second of four case studies (Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan and South Sudan are the other three).
Methodology An initial analysis of the humanitarian context, trends in donor conditionality and the implications for NGO prac. The purpose of this study is to focus attention on the types of individuals and groups that are prone to terrorism (see Glossary) in an effort to help improve U.S.
counterterrorist methods and policies. The emergence of amorphous and largely unknown terrorist individuals and groups operating independently (freelancers) and the new recruitment. Jean Riley is a principal of a small elementary school in a metropolitan school district.
One of her best teachers asked her first graders to make a poster depicting things for which they were thankful. One student made a poster expressing thanks for Jesus. Posters were displayed in the school’s hallway. The student’s poster was. The purpose of the case studies is twofold: to support further development of market transparency; and to provide a foundation to promote and distribute quality education and information on sustainability aspects of professional standards in the non-listed real estate industry.
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Author: W. Rubel, George R. Lucas.In the case of the first argument, this paper argues that France did not meet the threshold requirement necessary to curtail religious rights in public schools.
In the case of the second argument, this paper insists that neutrality in the pulic sphere has always involved some accommodation of religious groups in society and should include the Cited by: 2.case study focuses on several situations—in Kenya, Senegal, and Cambodia—where religious attitudes and actors are directly involved in specific challenges facing children.
It focuses on the roles that religious beliefs and religious communities play in appreciating the challenges of caring and acting to care for vulnerable Size: 3MB.