Deep Play

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ISBN: 9780307763334
Release Date: 2011-06-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Diane Ackerman
Publisher: Vintage

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB With A Natural History of the Senses, Diane Ackerman let her free-ranging intellect loose on the natural world. Now in Deep Play she tackles the realm of creativity, by exploring one of the most essential aspects of our characters: the abitlity to play. "Deep play" is that more intensified form of play that puts us in a rapturous mood and awakens the most creative, sentient, and joyful aspects of our inner selves. As Ackerman ranges over a panoply of artistic, spiritual, and athletic activities, from spiritual rapture through extreme sports, we gain a greater sense of what it means to be "in the moment" and totally, transcendentally human. Keenly perceived and written with poetic exuberance, Deep Play enlightens us by revealing the manifold ways we can enhance our lives. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Deep Play

Filename: deep-play.pdf
ISBN: 9780679771357
Release Date: 2000-08-01
Number of pages: 235
Author: Diane Ackerman
Publisher: Vintage

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB Provides an incisive exploration of the concept of "deep play"--a psychological state of mind in which we fully engage our faculties--discussing the activities that draw us into this state, the qualities that distinguish deep-play activities, and the ways in which the state can be achieved. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.


Deep Play

Filename: deep-play.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015043818700
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 235
Author: Diane Ackerman
Publisher: Random House Incorporated

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB Provides an incisive exploration of the concept of "deep play"--a psychological state of mind in which we fully engage our faculties--discussing the activities that draw us into this state, the qualities that distinguish deep-play activities, and the ways in which the state can be achieved. 35,000 first printing.


Deep Play

Filename: deep-play.pdf
ISBN: 0874137314
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 322
Author: Dianne Dugaw
Publisher: University of Delaware Press

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB "A major rereading of John Gay, this study shows that Gay's satiric preoccupations disclose the key intellectual, ethical, aesthetic, and sociopolitical underpinnings of the modern era. Such works as The Beggar's Opera, Trivia, Achilles, and The Shepherd's Week map the dynamics of the emerging capitalist order of eighteenth-century Britain. Distinguishing "popular" from "polite" culture and making rich use of both, Gay's satires encode the stratifying categories of our modern world of striving individuals: genders, social classes, ethnic and racial identities, and sexual orientations. "Deep Play" uncovers a diverse cultural context for Gay's work, providing song texts, musical examples, dance diagrams, portraits and engravings."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


Deep Play Exploring the Use of Depth in Psychotherapy with Children

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ISBN: 9781784501044
Release Date: 2015-04-21
Number of pages: 192
Author: Dennis McCarthy
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Download and read online Deep Play Exploring the Use of Depth in Psychotherapy with Children in PDF and EPUB Therapeutic deep play has the capacity for children to express deep emotions, overcome seemingly insurmountable issues and resolve serious problems. Working with children in this profound way, therapists are able to not only eliminate symptoms, but to change the very structure of how children live with themselves, their defense and belief systems. The contributors to this book all work deeply, allowing children to take risks in a safe environment, and become fully absorbed in physical play. Chapters include play with deep sandboxes, clay, water, and various objects, and look at a range of pertinent case studies to demonstrate the therapeutic techniques in practice, alongside the theoretical concepts in which they are grounded. A new theoretical approach is established that takes from psychoanalysis as well as neuroscience and behaviourism, and offers a depth psychology approach in the treatment of children. This will be a valuable resource for anyone working therapeutically with children through play, including play therapists, psychotherapists, psychologists, arts therapists, counsellors, social workers and family therapists.


Deep Play

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ISBN: 9781906148591
Release Date: 2012-11-01
Number of pages: 168
Author: Paul Pritchard
Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB Winner of the 1997 Boardman Tasker Prize for Mountain Literature, Paul Pritchard's Deep Play is a unique, stylish and timeless commentary reflecting the pressures and rewards of climbing some of the world's hardest and most challenging rock climbs. Pritchard started climbing in Lancashire before moving to join the vibrant Llanberis scene of the mid 1980s, at a time when the adventurous development of the Dinorwig slate quarries was in full swing. Many of the new slate routes were notable for their fierce technical difficulty and sparse protection, and Pritchard took a full part in this arcane sub-culture of climbing and at the same time deployed his skills on the Anglesey sea cliffs to produce a clutch of equally demanding wall climbs. Born with an adventurous soul, it was not long before Pritchard and his friends were planning exotic trips. In 1987, paired with Johnny Dawes, Pritchard made an epoch-making visit to Scotland's Sron Ulladale to free its famous aid route, The Scoop. Pritchard and Dawes, with no previous high altitude experience, then attempted the Catalan Pillar of Bhagirathi III in the Garwhal Himalaya in India, a precocious first expedition prematurely curtailed when Pritchard was hit by stonefall at the foot of the face. In 1992, Pritchard and Noel Craine teamed up with the alpinists Sean Smith and Simon Yates to climb a big wall route on the East Face of the Central Tower of Paine, Patagonia. Pritchard followed this with an equally fine first ascent of the West Face of Mt Asgard on Baffin Island. Other trips - to Yosemite, Pakistan and Nepal as well as returns to Patagonia - resulted in a clutch of notable repeats, first ascents and some failures. The failure list also included two life threatening falls (one on Gogarth, the other on Creag Meaghaidh), which prompted the author into thought-provoking personal re-assessments, in advance of his later near-terminal accident on The Totem Pole in Tasmania. A penetrating view of the adventures and preoccupations of a contemporary player, Deep Play stands alone as a unique first-hand account of what many consider to be the last great era in British climbing.


Deep Play

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ISBN: OCLC:29334682
Release Date: 1972
Number of pages: 111
Author: Clifford Geertz
Publisher:

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Deep Play

Filename: deep-play.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:272576632
Release Date: 1972
Number of pages: 37
Author: Clifford Geertz
Publisher:

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Deep Play

Filename: deep-play.pdf
ISBN: 189857314X
Release Date: 1997-01-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Paul Pritchard
Publisher: Baton Wicks

Download and read online Deep Play in PDF and EPUB Mountaineer, Paul Pritchard recounts some of his historic climbs, both in this country and around the world.


Purposeful Play

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ISBN: 0325077886
Release Date: 2016-04-14
Number of pages:
Author: Kristine Mraz
Publisher:

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Deep Violence

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ISBN: 1619027062
Release Date: 2017-09-13
Number of pages: 352
Author: Joanna Bourke
Publisher:

Download and read online Deep Violence in PDF and EPUB 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the First World War, and with it comes a deluge of books, documentaries, feature films and radio programs. We will hear a great deal about the horror of the battlefield. Bourke acknowledges wider truths: war is unending and violence is deeply entrenched in our society. But it doesn't have to be this way. This book equips readers with an understanding of the history, culture and politics of warfare in order to interrogate and resist an increasingly violent world. Deep Violence investigates the ways that violence and war have become internalized in contemporary human consciousness in everything from the way we speak, to the way our children play with one another, to the way that we ascribe social characteristics to our guns and other weapons. With a remarkable depth of insight, Bourke argues for a radical overhaul of our collective stance towards militarism from one that simply aims to reduce violence against people to one that would eradicate all violence. Her message is judicious and vital: knowledge about weapons and the violence they bring has simply become too important to cast aside or leave to the experts. From the author: "Violence and war have been at the centre of my life as an historian for decades, but I had never really been aware of how closely they impinged on the everyday world. Killing is an integral part of the entertainment industry. War has become mainstream. We barely notice it. In 2014, we will be bracing ourselves for a deluge of books, documentaries, feature films, radio programmes, and public discussions commemorating the 100 years since the declaration of the First World War. Some commentators will recycle stories of spunk and valour; flags will be waved, bands will belt out rousing tunes, and we will all feel so much better about ourselves. Others will insist that we turn our gaze to the retching suffering experienced by men, women, and children cowering in trenches or basements during bombardments. We will hear a great deal about "the horror, the horror”. We need to acknowledge a wider truth, however. The war is unending. Violence is deeply entrenched in our society. It permeates our lives. We need to make this violence noticed. It doesn’t have to be this way."


The Secret Life of Fat The Science Behind the Bodys Least Understood Organ and What It Means for You

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ISBN: 9780393244847
Release Date: 2016-12-27
Number of pages: 288
Author: Sylvia Tara
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

Download and read online The Secret Life of Fat The Science Behind the Bodys Least Understood Organ and What It Means for You in PDF and EPUB This groundbreaking work of practical, popular science reveals that fat is much smarter than we think. Fat is an obsession, a dirty word, a subject of national handwringing—and, according to biochemist Sylvia Tara, the least-understood part of our body. You may not love your fat, but your body certainly does. In fact, your body is actually endowed with many self-defense measures to hold on to fat. For example, fat can use stem cells to regenerate; increase our appetite if it feels threatened; and use bacteria, genetics, and viruses to expand itself. The secret to losing twenty pounds? You have to work with your fat, not against it. Tara explains how your fat influences your appetite and willpower, how it defends itself when attacked, and why it grows back so quickly. The Secret Life of Fat brings cutting-edge research together with historical perspectives to reveal fat’s true identity: an endocrine organ that, in the right amount, is critical to our health. Fat triggers puberty, enables our reproductive and immune systems, and even affects brain size. Although we spend $60 billion annually fighting fat, our efforts are often misinformed and misdirected. Tara expertly illustrates the complex role that genetics, hormones, diet, exercise, and history play in our weight, and The Secret Life of Fat sets you on the path to beat the bulge once and for all.


Concise Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology

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ISBN: 9781118329344
Release Date: 2013-04-10
Number of pages: 320
Author: Mike Morris
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Concise Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology in PDF and EPUB Practical and accessible, this dictionary is designed to enlighten those newly engaged in anthropological study or seeking a quick guide to the field. Fills a need for a beginner’s pocket guide to the far-reaching and complex field of anthropology, including over 800 detailed entries and the intellectual background of terms Written in plain, jargon-free language, for readers without extensive background in the field Features brief, conceptual definitions of terms, bibliographical references to anthropological classics, related works for background reading and further research The user-friendly format includes bold terms featured elsewhere in the book, extensive cross-references, and indexes of names, peoples, places and subjects Incorporates related terminology from allied fields such as sociology, economics and geography


A Playful Path

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ISBN: 9781304351821
Release Date: 2014-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Bernard De Koven
Publisher: Lulu.com

Download and read online A Playful Path in PDF and EPUB A Playful Path, the new book by games guru and fun theorist Bernard De Koven, serves as a collection of ideas and tools to help us bring our playfulness back into the open. When we find ourselves forgetting the life of the game or the game of life, the joy of form or the content, the play of brain or mind, body or spirit, this book can help us return to that which our soul is heir.


The Interpretation of Cultures

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ISBN: 9780465093564
Release Date: 2017-08-15
Number of pages: 576
Author: Clifford Geertz
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online The Interpretation of Cultures in PDF and EPUB In The Interpretation of Cultures, the most original anthropologist of his generation moved far beyond the traditional confines of his discipline to develop an important new concept of culture. This groundbreaking book, winner of the 1974 Sorokin Award of the American Sociological Association, helped define for an entire generation of anthropologists what their field is ultimately about.