How to express respect

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Standing at the edge: finding freedom where fear and courage meet [i]
  2. () We are all refugees [u]
  3. () Livestock: food, fiber, and friends [i] [d] [j]
  4. () Contrarian or jerk? [u]
  5. () Do your employees feel respected? [u]
  6. () Theories of the self, race, and essentialization in Buddhism in the United States during the 'Yellow Peril', 1899–1957 [u]
  7. () Reparations for slavery and the slave trade: a transnational and comparative history [i]
  8. () Sanctuary cities: policies and practices in international perspective [d]
  9. () A client-centered perspective on 'psychopathology' [d]
  10. Makini Chisolm-Straker & Hanni Stoklosa [ed] () Human trafficking is a public health issue [i] [d]
  11. () Women of the street: how the criminal justice–social services alliance fails women in prostitution [i]
  12. () Not a crime to be poor: the criminalization of poverty in America [i]
  13. () The hidden rules of race: barriers to an inclusive economy [i] [d]
  14. () Global human trafficking and child victimization [p] [d]
  15. () The making of Black Lives Matter: a brief history of an idea [i]
  16. () The transformation of a white supremacist: a dialectical-developmental analysis [d]
  17. () Creating space at the table: intellectual freedom can bolster diverse voices [d]
  18. Christine Overall [ed] () Pets and people: the ethics of our relationships with companion animals [i] [d]
  19. () Dream hoarders: how the American upper middle class is leaving everyone else in the dust, why that is a problem, and what to do about it [i] [j]
  20. () The beneficiary [i]
  21. () Keeping the faith [u]
  22. () Updating labelling theory: normalizing but not enabling [d] [u]
  23. () The danger of contempt in universities and in modern society [d]
  24. () Rhetoric, ethics, and the principle of charity: pragmatist clues to the democratic riddle [d]
  25. () New sexism in couple therapy: a discursive analysis [d]
  26. () Hitler's American model: the United States and the making of Nazi race law [i] [d]
  27. () Immigration and the state: fear, greed and hospitality [o] [d]
  28. () What works: gender equality by design [i]
  29. () Beating hearts: abortion and animal rights [i] [d] [j]
  30. () Information and communication technology and the social inclusion of refugees [u]
  31. () Democracy in Black: how race still enslaves the American soul [i]
  32. () Cultural humility and racial microaggressions in counseling [p] [d]
  33. () The arc of a bad idea: understanding and transcending race [i]
  34. () Stamped from the beginning: the definitive history of racist ideas in America [i]
  35. (/2018) Human rights on trial: a genealogy of the critique of human rights [i] [d]
  36. () The distressed body: rethinking illness, imprisonment, and healing [i]
  37. () Pets and livestock [d]
  38. () Run, Spot, run: the ethics of keeping pets [i]
  39. () Navigating the jungle: law, politics, and the animal advocacy movement [i]
  40. () Public library support of families experiencing homelessness [d]
  41. () The effectiveness of compulsory drug treatment: a systematic review [p] [d]
  42. () Black lives and sacred humanity: toward an African American religious naturalism [i] [d] [j]
  43. () Human trafficking: the need for human rights and government effectiveness in enforcing anti-trafficking [d]
  44. Ralph L. Bangs & Larry E. Davis [ed] () Race and social problems: restructuring inequality [i] [d]
  45. () Perspectives of open borders and no border [d]
  46. Elaine Chase & Grace Bantebya-Kyomuhendo [ed] () Poverty and shame: global experiences [i] [d]
  47. () Police perceptions of human trafficking [d]
  48. () Blaming the poor: the long shadow of the Moynihan Report on cruel images about poverty [i] [j]
  49. () Dignity in negotiation: its transforming power [i] [d]
  50. () Respecting ourselves [i]
  51. () Respecting things [i]
  52. () A tempered and humane economy: markets, families, and behavioral economics [i]
  53. () The price of abundance: how a wealth of experiences impoverishes savoring [p] [d]
  54. () The end of average: how we succeed in a world that values sameness [i]
  55. () Empirical evidence about recovery and mental health [p] [d]
  56. () Reproducing deportability: migrant agricultural workers in south-western Ontario [d]
  57. () Hanging in: strategies for teaching the students who challenge us most [i]
  58. () Teach smart: 11 learner-centered strategies that ensure student success [i]
  59. () Place, not race: a new vision of opportunity in America [i]
  60. Chuck Collins, Jennifer Ladd, Maynard Seider, & Felice Yeskel [ed] () Class lives: stories from across our economic divide [i] [d]
  61. () What is it like to be diagnosed with bipolar illness, borderline personality disorder or another diagnosis with mood instability? [p] [d]
  62. () Overcoming mobbing: a recovery guide for workplace aggression and bullying [i]
  63. () Classroom civility is another of our instructor responsibilities [d] [j]
  64. Erika K. Gubrium, Sony Pellissery, & Ivar Lødemel [ed] () The shame of it: global perspectives on anti-poverty policies [i]
  65. () Mental health-related stigma in health care and mental health-care settings [p] [d]
  66. () Confronting commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking of minors in the United States: a guide for the legal sector [i] [d] [u]
  67. () Confronting commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking of minors in the United States: a guide for providers of victim and support services [i] [d] [u]
  68. () The stigma of having psychological problems: relations with engagement, working alliance, and depression in psychotherapy [p] [d]
  69. () Discrimination, harassment, abuse, and bullying in the workplace: contribution of workplace injustice to occupational health disparities [d]
  70. (/2016) A plea for the animals: the moral, philosophical, and evolutionary imperative to treat all beings with compassion [i]
  71. () A multilevel analysis of stigma and health: implications for research and policy [d]
  72. () Everyday bias: identifying and overcoming unconscious prejudice in our daily lives [i]
  73. () Confronting ethical permissibility in animal research: rejecting a common assumption and extending a principle of justice [p] [d]
  74. () Relative deprivation: how subjective experiences of inequality influence social behavior and health [d]
  75. () No more psychiatric labels: why formal psychiatric diagnostic systems should be abolished [d]
  76. () People with a borderline personality disorder diagnosis describe discriminatory experiences [d]
  77. () Sticks and stones: the new problem of bullying and how to solve it [i]
  78. Michael Edwin Bernard [ed] () The strength of self-acceptance: theory, practice, and research [i] [d]
  79. () Women and poverty: psychology, public policy, and social justice [i] [d]
  80. () Erasing the stigma: where science meets advocacy [d]
  81. () Modern slavery as a management practice: exploring the conditions and capabilities for human exploitation [d]
  82. () Troubling freedom: migration, debt, and modern slavery [d]
  83. () Hazard or hardship: crafting global norms on the right to refuse unsafe work [i]
  84. Katherine Hite & Mark Ungar [ed] () Sustaining human rights in the twenty-first century: strategies from Latin America [i]
  85. () Fresh fruit, broken bodies: migrant farmworkers in the United States [i]
  86. () What is Mandela's secret? [u]
  87. () Experiencing discrimination increases risk taking [d]
  88. Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga, & Robert K. Hitchcock [ed] () Vulnerable children: global challenges in education, health, well-being, and child rights [i] [d]
  89. () Understanding politeness [i] [d]
  90. () Reducing implicit prejudice [d]
  91. () Meritocratic education and social worthlessness [i] [d]
  92. () The ethics of interrogation: professional responsibility in an age of terror [i]
  93. () Animal oppression and human violence: domesecration, capitalism, and global conflict [i] [j]
  94. () Respect and agency: an empirical exploration [d]
  95. () Conspicuous and inconspicuous discriminations in everyday life [i]
  96. () Living in one of R. D. Laing's post-Kingsley Hall households [u]
  97. () Martin Luther King Jr. and the morality of legal practice: lessons in love and justice [i] [d]
  98. () Is stigma internalized?: the longitudinal impact of public stigma on self-stigma [p] [d]
  99. () Focusing on employability through the lens of stigma [d]
  100. () Empirical evidence for the importance of conceptualizing client strengths [d]
  101. () Impact of bullying in childhood on adult health, wealth, crime and social outcomes [p] [d]
  102. () Cleaning up: how hospital outsourcing is hurting workers and endangering patients [i]
  103. () The placebo phenomenon: implications for the ethics of shared decision-making [p] [d]
  104. () Extending the purposes of science education: addressing violence within socio-economic disadvantaged communities [d]
  105. () Fostering compassionate attitudes and the amelioration of aggression through a science class [d]
  106. () Animacies: biopolitics, racial mattering, and queer affect [i]
  107. () Animal rights without liberation: applied ethics and human obligations [i] [j]
  108. () The accountable prison [d]
  109. () Women and poverty in 21st century America [i]
  110. () Beyond prejudice: are negative evaluations the problem and is getting us to like one another more the solution? [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  111. () Under the radar: how unexamined biases in decision-making processes in clinical interactions can contribute to health care disparities [d]
  112. () What if psychology redesigned the criminal justice system? [i] [d]
  113. () Racecraft: the soul of inequality in American life [i]
  114. Susan T. Fiske & Hazel Rose Markus [ed] () Facing social class: how societal rank influences interaction [i]
  115. () Advocacy competency: the helping professional's role in addressing issues of social class [i]
  116. () Sex and world peace [i]
  117. () From arbiter to omnivore: the bourgeois transcendent self and the other in disorganised modernity [d]
  118. () Stewardship of things: the radical potential of product stewardship for re-framing responsibilities and relationships to products and materials [d]
  119. () Confronting criminal law's violence: the possibilities of unfinished alternatives [u]
  120. () Differences in life expectancy due to race and educational differences are widening, and many may not catch up [d]
  121. () International human rights and mental disability law: when the silenced are heard [i]
  122. () Inequality is a relationship [d]
  123. () Capabilities, contributive injustice and unequal divisions of labour [d]
  124. () From tolerance to respect in inter-ethnic contexts [d]
  125. () Why appreciation matters so much [u]
  126. () Rambling through the fields of justice in search of well-being for all [d]
  127. () Helping medical learners recognise and manage unconscious bias toward certain patient groups [d]
  128. Laura Westra, Colin L. Soskolne, & Donald W. Spady [ed] () Human health and ecological integrity: ethics, law and human rights [i]
  129. () Miles to go before we sleep: racial inequities in health [d]
  130. () The crucible of religion: culture, civilization, and affirmation of life [i]
  131. () Reasonable atheism: a moral case for respectful disbelief [i]
  132. () We are all learning here: cycles of research and application in adult development [i] [d]
  133. () Envy up, scorn down: how status divides us [i]
  134. () Dignity: the essential role it plays in resolving conflict [i]
  135. () Lingering effects: stereotype threat hurts more than you think [d]
  136. () Authoring identity amidst the treacherous terrain of science: a multiracial feminist examination of the journeys of three women of color in science [d]
  137. () The impact of civility interventions on employee social behavior, distress, and attitudes [d]
  138. () Narrative therapy [i]
  139. () Queer (in)justice: the criminalization of LGBT people in the United States [i]
  140. () 'I am somebody!': Brazil's social movements educate for gender equality and economic sustainability [i]
  141. Alexander Papachristou [ed] () Blind goddess: a reader on race and justice [i]
  142. () American policing at a crossroads: unsustainable policies and the procedural justice alternative [u]
  143. () Inequality and power: the economics of class [i]
  144. () Religious abuse: implications for counseling lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals [d]
  145. () Underscoring the need for social justice initiatives concerning the sexual objectification of women [d]
  146. () A faithful compass: rethinking the term restorative justice to find clarity [d]
  147. () Humiliation, self-esteem and violence [d]
  148. () When the seemingly innocuous 'stings': racial microaggressions and their emotional consequences [d]
  149. (/2012) The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness [i]
  150. () The diversity education dilemma: exposing status hierarchies without reinforcing them [d]
  151. () The animal manifesto: six reasons for expanding our compassion footprint [i]
  152. () Microethical and relational insights from pediatric palliative care [d]
  153. () What's love got to do with it?: contemporary lessons on lawyerly advocacy from the preacher Martin Luther King, Jr. [u]
  154. David A. Crenshaw [ed] () Reverence in healing: honoring strengths without trivializing suffering [i]
  155. () The roots of the recovery movement in psychiatry: lessons learned [i] [d]
  156. () When strangers call: a consideration of care, justice, and compassion [d]
  157. () Temporal justice [d]
  158. () Suffering in a productive world: chronic illness, visibility, and the space beyond agency [d]
  159. () The interplay between fairness and the experience of respect: implications for group life [i] [d]
  160. () Coping with control and manipulation: making the difference between being a target and becoming a victim [i]
  161. () Carrots and sticks don't work: build a culture of employee engagement with the principles of RESPECT [i]
  162. () Personality and support for universal human rights: a review and test of a structural model [d]
  163. () Military ethics and virtues: an interdisciplinary approach for the 21st century [i]
  164. () Promoting human dignity: an evaluation of a programme for racially motivated offenders [d]
  165. () Undoing privilege: unearned advantage in a divided world [i]
  166. () Inequality: an underacknowledged source of mental illness and distress [d]
  167. () Defining respectful leadership: what it is, how it can be measured, and another glimpse at what it is related to [d] [j]
  168. () Normalizing symptoms: neither labeling nor enabling [d]
  169. () An ethics of interrogation [i]
  170. () Incivility: the rude stranger in everyday life [i] [d]
  171. () Psychology, poverty, and the end of social exclusion: putting our practice to work [i]
  172. () Hurtful words: exposure to peer verbal aggression is associated with elevated psychiatric symptom scores and corpus callosum abnormalities [p] [d]
  173. () Misdiagnosing normality: psychiatry's failure to address the problem of false positive diagnoses of mental disorder in a changing professional environment [d]
  174. () Discrimination, race relations, and the second generation [d] [u]
  175. Thomas A. Arcury & Sara A. Quandt [ed] () Latino farmworkers in the Eastern United States: health, safety and justice [i] [d]
  176. () Doctoring the mind: is our current treatment of mental illness really any good? [i]
  177. () The challenge of leading on unstable ground: triggers that activate social identity faultlines [d]
  178. () Mutual empathy: a means of improving the quality of emergency health care services rendered to marginalized, addicted individuals [i]
  179. () A behavioral account of the labor market: the role of fairness concerns [d]
  180. () Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  181. Gopal Guru [ed] () Humiliation: claims and context [i]
  182. Miranda Horvath & Jennifer M. Brown [ed] () Rape: challenging contemporary thinking [i]
  183. () An urban geography of dignity [d]
  184. () Emotion and conflict: how human rights can dignify emotion and help us wage good conflict [i]
  185. () The role of psychological flexibility in mental health stigma and psychological distress for the stigmatizer [d]
  186. () Honoring elders: aging, authority, and Ojibwe religion [i]
  187. () Borders of solidarity: life in displacement in the Amazon tri-border region [u]
  188. Todd D. Nelson [ed] () Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination [i]
  189. () Civility, Respect, Engagement in the Workforce (CREW): nationwide organization development intervention at Veterans Health Administration [d]
  190. Barry Percy-Smith & Nigel Thomas [ed] () A handbook of children and young people's participation: perspectives from theory and practice [i]
  191. () Rape and respectability: ideas about sexual violence and social class [d]
  192. () Promotion of children's rights and prevention of child maltreatment [p] [d]
  193. () 'Who do they think we are, anyway?': perceptions of and responses to poverty stigma [d]
  194. () Pain and defense versus grace and justice: the relational conflict and restoration model [d]
  195. () Learning values for living together [d]
  196. () Becoming who we are: a theoretical explanation of gendered social structures and social networks that shape adolescent interpersonal aggression [d]
  197. () Humility [i] [d]
  198. () Bowing to your enemies: courtesy, budō, and Japan [d]
  199. () Transformative family therapy: just families in a just society [i]
  200. () Simple kindness can go a long way: relationships, social identity, and engagement [d]
  201. () Parents perceived as peers: filial maturity in adulthood [d]
  202. Jaclyn Friedman & Jessica Valenti [ed] () Yes means yes!: visions of female sexual power & a world without rape [i]
  203. () Dignity for all: how to create a world without rankism [i]
  204. () Meeting universal human needs as the foundation of individual and social development and of social and global justice [d]
  205. () The everyday language of white racism [i]
  206. () Psychotherapy revolution: translating symptoms into gifts [d]
  207. () A practical guide to ethics: living and leading with integrity [i]
  208. (/2014) Human rights and social justice in a global perspective: an introduction to international social work [i]
  209. Jeylan T. Mortimer [ed] () Social class and transitions to adulthood [i]
  210. Arie Nadler, Thomas E. Malloy, & Jeffrey D. Fisher [ed] () The social psychology of intergroup reconciliation [i]
  211. () Human rights at the UN: the political history of universal justice [i]
  212. () 'I apologize for being late': the courteous psychotherapist [d]
  213. () Restoring right relations among privileged and poor people: a case study of the Center for New Creation [d]
  214. () Positioning and conflict involving a person with dementia: a case study [i] [d]
  215. (/2015) Rigging the game: how inequality is reproduced in everyday life [i]
  216. (/2017) Power in psychotherapy and counseling: re-thinking the 'power differential' myth and exploring the moral, ethical, professional, and clinical issues of power in therapy [u]
  217. Etiony Aldarondo [ed] () Advancing social justice through clinical practice [i]
  218. (/2010) Not for sale: the return of the global slave trade—and how we can fight it [i]
  219. Sharon C. Bolton [ed] () Dimensions of dignity at work [i]
  220. () Nobodies: modern American slave labor and the dark side of the new global economy [i]
  221. () Using economic human rights in the movement to end poverty: the Kensington Welfare Rights union and the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign [i]
  222. () I thought it was just me, but it isn't: telling the truth about perfectionism, inadequacy, and power [i]
  223. () Crimes of punishment: America's culture of violence [i]
  224. () Paying respect [d]
  225. () Universal dimensions of social cognition: warmth and competence [d]
  226. () What got you here won't get you there: how successful people become even more successful [i]
  227. () Dignity and health: a review [d]
  228. () Contact: tact and caress [d]
  229. () Albert Schweitzer's reverence for life: ethical idealism and self-realization [i]
  230. María Ochoa & Barbara K. Ige [ed] () Shout out: women of color respond to violence [i]
  231. () Marked: race, crime, and finding work in an era of mass incarceration [i]
  232. () Why good things happen to good people: the exciting new research that proves the link between doing good and living a longer, healthier, happier life [i]
  233. () Racial and ethnic identity: developmental perspectives and research [d]
  234. Elisabeth Reichert [ed] () Challenges in human rights: a social work perspective [i]
  235. () Dignity at work: broadening the agenda [d]
  236. () An ethical framework for community health workers and related institutions [p] [d]
  237. () Social exclusion decreases prosocial behavior [d]
  238. () Beyond formal education [u]
  239. () What B would otherwise do: a critique of conceptualizations of 'power' in organizational theory [d]
  240. () Privilege and disadvantage [u]
  241. () Growing up in a culture of respect: child rearing in highland Peru [i]
  242. () Getting back to basics: some thoughts on dignity, materialism, and a culture of racial equality [u]
  243. () Why not kill them all?: the logic and prevention of mass political murder [i] [d] [j]
  244. () What happened to civil rights? [d]
  245. () Perceived external prestige and internal respect: new insights into the organizational identification process [d]
  246. () All rise: somebodies, nobodies, and the politics of dignity [i]
  247. () Respect as the ethic of the open society [u]
  248. () Interpersonal rejection as a determinant of anger and aggression [d]
  249. () Making enemies: humiliation and international conflict [i]
  250. (/2012) Global business etiquette: a guide to international communication and customs [i]
  251. () Human dignity, human rights, and religious pluralism: Buddhist and Christian perspectives [d] [j]
  252. () Accept and value each person [i]
  253. () Performing respect: using enactments in group work with men who have abused [d]
  254. () Learning and livelihood [u]
  255. () The race beat: the press, the civil rights struggle, and the awakening of a nation [i]
  256. () The art of civilized conversation: a guide to expressing yourself with style and grace [i]
  257. David W. Shwalb & Barbara J. Shwalb [ed] () Respect and disrespect: cultural and developmental origins [i]
  258. () Medical apartheid: the dark history of medical experimentation on Black Americans from colonial times to the present [i]
  259. () The value of acceptance in social work direct practice: a historical and contemporary view [d]
  260. () Vita: life in a zone of social abandonment [i]
  261. () Stratification: social division and inequality [i]
  262. () The economy of esteem: an essay on civil and political society [i]
  263. Kelly D. Brownell, Rebecca M. Puhl, Marlene B. Schwartz, & Leslie Rudd [ed] () Weight bias: nature, consequences, and remedies [i]
  264. () A desperate means to dignity: work refusal amongst Philadelphia welfare recipients [d]
  265. () The radical acceptance of everything: living a focusing life [i]
  266. () Am I respected or not?: inclusion and reputation as issues in group membership [d]
  267. () Beyond reason: using emotions as you negotiate [i]
  268. Gordon Grant [ed] () Learning disability: a life cycle approach to valuing people [i]
  269. () The etiquette edge: the unspoken rules for business success [i]
  270. () Rigorously respecting the person: the artistic science of experiential personal constructivism [d]
  271. () Respect: a girl's guide to getting respect and dealing when your line is crossed [i]
  272. PRATEC [ed] () Volver al respeto: iniciativas de afirmación cultural andino-amazónicas [i] [u]
  273. () Privacy and the criminal arrestee or suspect: in search of a right, in need of a rule [u]
  274. () The enthusiastic employee: how companies profit by giving workers what they want [i]
  275. () 'It is a horrible term for someone': service user and provider perspectives on 'personality disorder' [d]
  276. () The four things that matter most: a book about living [i]
  277. () The ethics of respect in negotiation [i]
  278. () How stigma interferes with mental health care [d]
  279. () The kids' guide to working out conflicts: how to keep cool, stay safe, and get along [i]
  280. () Protecting democracy by preserving justice: 'even for the feared and the hated' [u]
  281. () Confrontations with power: moving beyond the 'tyranny of safety' in participation [i]
  282. () I am you: the metaphysical foundations for global ethics [i] [d]
  283. () Respect and take care of things [i]
  284. () The best of times, the worst of times [u]
  285. () International conservation organizations and the fate of local tropical forest conservation initiatives [d]
  286. () The mind at work: valuing the intelligence of the American worker [i]
  287. () Femininity, sports, and feminism: developing a theory of physical liberation [d]
  288. () Making minds less well educated than our own [i]
  289. () Strategic virtues: humility as a source of competitive advantage [d]
  290. () Radical acceptance: embracing your life with the heart of a Buddha [i]
  291. () Competency development planning guide [u]
  292. () Reconstituting development as a shared responsibility: ethics, aesthetics and a creative shaping of human possibilities [i]
  293. () A human being died that night: a South African story of forgiveness [i]
  294. () Rock my soul: Black people and self-esteem [i]
  295. () Serving time, serving others: acts of kindness by inmates, prison staff, victims, and volunteers [i]
  296. (/2011) Unequal childhoods: class, race, and family life [i]
  297. () Trapped: modern-day slavery in the Brazilian Amazon [i]
  298. () Empowerment and long-living women: return to the rejected body [d]
  299. () A few good men: the Bodhisattva path according to the Inquiry of Ugra (Ugraparipṛcchā) [i]
  300. Anne P. Rice [ed] () Witnessing lynching: American writers respond [i]
  301. () Respect in a world of inequality [i]
  302. () On being poor and feeling poor: low socioeconomic status and the moral self [p] [d]
  303. (/2004) Don't be nice, be real: balancing passion for self with compassion for others [i]
  304. () Animals and the concept of dignity: critical reflections on a circus performance [d]
  305. () Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an architecture of decency [i]
  306. () Candor, connection, and enterprise in adolescent therapy [i]
  307. () The ten trusts: what we must do to care for the animals we love [i]
  308. Daisy Hernández & Bushra Rehman [ed] () Colonize this!: young women of color on today's feminism [i]
  309. () Getting by on the minimum: the lives of working class women [i]
  310. () Cognitive and behavioral distancing from the poor [d]
  311. () Police disrespect toward the public: an encounter-based analysis [d]
  312. () F1rst among equals: how to manage a group of professionals [i]
  313. () When 'stupid' is smarter than we are: mindlessness and the attribution of stupidity [i]
  314. (/2009) Tackling social exclusion [i]
  315. () Sexual harassment and masculinity: the power and meaning of 'girl watching' [d]
  316. () Being upright: Zen meditation and the bodhisattva precepts [i]
  317. () Honoring and privileging personal experience and knowledge: ideas for a narrative therapy approach to the training and supervision of new therapists [d]
  318. () 'Simply to be let in': inclusion as a basis for recovery [d]
  319. () Self-forgiveness and self-respect [d]
  320. () Welcome everything [p]
  321. () Dignity at work [i] [d]
  322. () How using the DSM causes damage: a client's report [d]
  323. Mark R. Leary [ed] () Interpersonal rejection [i]
  324. () Disrespect and the experience of injustice [d]
  325. (/2006) When the little things count—and they always count: 601 essential things that everyone in business needs to know [i]
  326. () Beyond college for all: career paths for the forgotten half [i]
  327. () Rape: a century of resistance [d]
  328. () Being accepted for who we are: evidence that social validation of the intrinsic self reduces general defensiveness [d]
  329. () Discomforts of the powerless: feminist constructions of distress [i] [d]
  330. () Feminism is for everybody: passionate politics [i]
  331. Leroy S. Rouner [ed] () Civility [i]
  332. Carol S. Aneshensel, Jo C. Phelan, & Alex Bierman [ed] (/2013) Handbook of the sociology of mental health [i] [d]
  333. () Appearing respectful: the moral significance of manners [d]
  334. () An ethical perspective: human rights issues in personal relationships [i]
  335. () Dialogue and the art of thinking together: a pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life [i]
  336. () Innocence [i]
  337. (/2013) Labeling and stigma [i] [d]
  338. () No shame in my game: the working poor in the inner city [i]
  339. () Domestic violence as a human rights issue: the case of immigrant Latinos [d]
  340. () Gender at work: organizational change for equality [i]
  341. () Global labour flexibility: seeking distributive justice [i]
  342. () No future without forgiveness [i]
  343. (/2000) The third side: why we fight and how we can stop [or: Getting to peace: transforming conflict at home, at work, and in the world] [i]
  344. () Health, hierarchy, and social anxiety [d]
  345. (/2011) Humility, augmented by the deep breath technique [i]
  346. () Grassroots post-modernism: remaking the soil of cultures [i]
  347. () Stranger than fiction: when our minds betray us [i]
  348. (/2011) The evolution of international human rights: visions seen [i]
  349. () Victims and agents: what Greek tragedy can teach us about sympathy and responsibility [o] [u]
  350. () Perske pencil portraits, 1971–1990 [i]
  351. (/2001) The power of nice: how to negotiate so everyone wins—especially you! [i]
  352. () Criminality and community [i]
  353. () Solidarity and suffering: toward a politics of relationality [i]
  354. () Cultural humility versus cultural competence: a critical distinction in defining physician training outcomes in multicultural education [d]
  355. () The heart of being helpful: empathy and the creation of a healing presence [i]
  356. Barbara Ching & Gerald W. Creed [ed] () Knowing your place: rural identity and cultural hierarchy [i]
  357. (/2001) Intimacy [u]
  358. () Self-respect: moral, emotional, political [d] [j]
  359. () Personality correlates of homophobia [d]
  360. () The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life [i]
  361. () Homelessness: care, prevention, and public policy [d]
  362. () A heart as wide as the world: living with mindfulness, wisdom, and compassion [i]
  363. () Formations of class and gender: becoming respectable [i]
  364. (/2008) Starting small: teaching tolerance in preschool and the early grades [o] [u]
  365. () Teaching tolerance: raising open-minded, empathetic children [i]
  366. Lynn Kern Koegel, Robert L. Koegel, & Glen Dunlap [ed] () Positive behavioral support: including people with difficult behavior in the community [i]
  367. () The tension between empathy and assertiveness [d]
  368. () VGM's complete guide to career etiquette: from job search through career advancement [i]
  369. Lynda I. A. Birke & Ruth Hubbard [ed] () Reinventing biology: respect for life and the creation of knowledge [i]
  370. (/2011) Uprooting racism: how white people can work for racial justice [i]
  371. () Farmers' and farm workers' movements: social protest in American agriculture [i]
  372. () The assertive trainer: a practical handbook on assertiveness for trainers and running assertiveness courses [i]
  373. (/2017) Ten ways to fight hate: a community response guide [o] [u]
  374. () A rage to punish: the unintended consequences of mandatory sentencing [i]
  375. (/2003) Somebodies and nobodies: overcoming the abuse of rank [i]
  376. () Sociality and optimal functioning [d]
  377. () Talking on the water: conversations about nature and creativity [i]
  378. () Nonviolence to animals, earth, and self in Asian traditions [i]
  379. (/1997) To have done with judgment [i]
  380. () Racist culture: philosophy and the politics of meaning [i]
  381. () Humiliation: and other essays on honor, social discomfort, and violence [i]
  382. () The retreat of scientific racism: changing concepts of race in Britain and the United States between the world wars [i] [d]
  383. (/2001) Living well on practically nothing [i]
  384. (/2013) The strengths perspective in social work practice [i]
  385. () The hospice movement: easing death's pains [i]
  386. () Moving the centre: the struggle for cultural freedoms [i]
  387. () Civil rights, the 1960s freedom struggle [i]
  388. (/2008) Person to person: positive relationships don't just happen [i]
  389. () Mutual causality in Buddhism and general systems theory: the dharma of natural systems [i]
  390. () No place to hide: facing shame so we can find self-respect [i]
  391. () A cognitive client-centered perspective on borderline personality development [i] [u]
  392. () Present moment, wonderful moment: mindfulness verses for daily living [i]
  393. () Changing faces: the challenge of facial disfigurement [i]
  394. () The prison reform movement: forlorn hope [i]
  395. (/2006) Why people obey the law [i]
  396. () Relationships with severely disabled people: the social construction of humanness [d] [j]
  397. (/1998) Apologia [i]
  398. () Liberal and socialist egalitarianism [d]
  399. (/1996) The dreaded comparison: human and animal slavery [i]
  400. (/2006) Foundations of clinical and counseling psychology [i]
  401. (/1995) The rise of a gay and lesbian movement [i]
  402. (/2003) Playfulness, 'world'-travelling, and loving perception [i]
  403. (/1989) Pauli Murray: the autobiography of a Black activist, feminist, lawyer, priest, and poet [or: Song in a weary throat: an American pilgrimage] [i]
  404. (/1991) A testament of hope: the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. [i]
  405. () The price of the ticket: collected nonfiction, 1948–1985 [i]
  406. () The patient's point of view [i]
  407. () Dignity: lower income women tell of their lives and struggles: oral histories [i]
  408. () Equality and liberty: a defense of radical egalitarianism [i]
  409. () The politics of giving therapy away: listening and focusing [i] [u]
  410. () Dominance & affection: the making of pets [i]
  411. () The pride of Mrs. McBride [o]
  412. (/2012) How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk [i]
  413. (/2010) A seventh man: a book of images and words about the experience of migrant workers in Europe [i]
  414. (/2014) The skilled helper: a problem-management and opportunity-development approach to helping [i]
  415. Jo Freeman [ed] (/1995) Women: a feminist perspective [i]
  416. Rayna R. Reiter [ed] () Toward an anthropology of women [i]
  417. (/2008) Your perfect right: assertiveness and equality in your life and relationships [i]
  418. (/1975) The politics of women's liberation: a case study of an emerging social movement and its relation to the policy process [i]
  419. (/2003) Humanism of the other [i]
  420. () The right to be different: deviance and enforced therapy [i]
  421. () Human rights U.S.A.: 1948–1966 [o]
  422. () You are extraordinary [o]
  423. () Psychology as an exercise in paradox [o] [u]
  424. () A talk to teachers [i]
  425. () Stigma: notes on the management of spoiled identity [o]
  426. (/1981) Strength to love [i]
  427. (/1965) Elements of the interhuman [o]
  428. (/1952) Religion and philosophy [i]
  429. (/2010) The second sex [i]
  430. (/1996) An American dilemma: the Negro problem and modern democracy [i]
  431. (/1970) I and thou [i]
  432. (/1949) The ethic of reverence for life [o] [u]
  433. () A study of caste [o] [u]
  434. (/2003) Darkwater: voices from within the veil [i] [u]
  435. (/2007) Of the dawn of freedom [i] [u]
  436. (/2002) On lynchings: Southern horrors, A red record, Mob rule in New Orleans [i] [u]
  437. (/2000) The equality of the human races [i]
  438. (/1989) The subjection of women [i] [u]
  439. (/2009) Incidents in the life of a slave girl: written by herself [i] [u]
  440. (/2012) Twelve years a slave [i] [u]
  441. (/1988) Letters on the equality of the sexes, and the condition of women, and other essays [i] [u]
  442. (/2009) A vindication of the rights of woman [i] [u]
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