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Subjects of Responsibility: Framing Personhood in Modern Bureaucracies

Austin Sarat, Martha Merrill Umphrey - Business & Economics - 2011 - 216 pages
How and why has the concept of responsibility come to pervade the fabric of American public and private life? How are ideas of responsibility instantiated in, and constituted ...
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The Genesis Enigma

Andrew Parker - Bible - 2010 - 432 pages
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The Theorist’s Mother

Andrew Parker - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 182 pages
Andrew Parker undertakes a critical reconsideration of the frequently absent, or troubled, figure of the mother in theorists including Marx, Freud, Lacan, and Derrida.
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Sports and Christianity: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Nick J. Watson, Andrew Parker - Religion - 2012 - 299 pages
This interdisciplinary text examines the sports-Christianity interface from Protestant and Catholic perspectives. In addition to a "systematic review of literature," field ...
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Youth Sport, Physical Activity and Play: Policy, Intervention and Participation

Andrew Parker, Don Vinson - Education - 2013 - 216 pages
Sport, physical activity and play are key constituents of social life, impacting such diverse fields as healthcare, education and criminal justice. Over the past decade ...
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Nationalisms & sexualities

Andrew Parker - Political Science - 1991 - 451 pages
"Nationalisms and Sexualities" departs from social scientific paradigms that treat nation and sexuality as discrete and autonomous entities. Its contributors respond instead to ...
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Painfully Clear: The Parables of Jesus

Andrew Parker - Bible - 1996 - 166 pages
Jesus' stories should be understood as healings, not teachings. Conservatives, for whom the parables are allegorical, and liberals, who view them as creative works of art, make ...
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