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Methodology of The Oppressed: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
“Manifest landmarks transfigure when the foundational underplate that makes their very existence possible shifts upward…”  With this daunting sentence, critical theorist Chela Sandoval opens her text Methodology of the Oppressed .  Dare to proceed further??  Like Scylla and Cherybdis, this sentence has turned many a reader back.  Yet, those who dare to go on are rewarded with a thrillingly insightful account of the times in which we live and a refreshingly hopeful take on the future of humanity.  In an age when many have lost faith in the ability of a beleaguered humanity to resist the shape-shifting forces of oppression and dehumanization, Sandoval comes forth with a “toolkit” for doing just that.  
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Power vs. Force: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
“Imagine – what if you had access to a simple yes-or-no (Y/N) answer to any question you wished to ask?  A demonstrably true answer to any question.  Think about it…” According to David Hawkins, applied kinesiology supplies humankind with just such a method, and this method is infallible, making possible what Hawkins calls “a new era of truth.”  
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Social Mindscapes: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
In seven brief, but dense, chapters, Eviatar Zerubavel in, Social Mindscapes: An Invitation to Cognitive Sociology, guides the reader through levels of "mental processes" that correspond to creating and maintaining the social, historical, and physical world in which we live. The processes are: perception, attention, classification, semiotic association, memory, and time reckoning.
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The Power of Intention: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
Truth is truth regardless of its source, my father always used to say.   The strength of Wayne Dyer’s The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-create Your World Your Way is in its accessible presentation of truth distilled from many sources.   Dr. Dyer, a counseling psychologist who left the academic arena during his mid-30s to offer self-development guidance on a mass scale, brings the wisdom of numerous thinkers to a popular audience using contemporary language and vivid anecdotes.
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Tripping on the Color Line: A Review - Sunday, 31 December 2006 - 12:00 PM
Heather Dalmage discusses the "lived experiences" of multiracial families and family members in America. Having interviewed both members of multiracial households and children of such unions, Dalmage has successfully shed light on an element of a society centered on and rooted in the construct of race, but known only to those involved in such relationships, marriages, and families.

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