A Best Practice Guide to Sex and Storytelling

In the post-Weinstein era handling the production of sensitive content has become more nuanced and important than ever. A Best Practice Guide to Sex and Storytelling serves as a helpful tool for guiding creators through these waters.

Author: John Bucher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0815371764

Category: Motion pictures

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A great deal of storytelling in film and television involves narratives that include sexual situations and nudity. The increased amount of on-line and streaming content outlets has in turn increased the number of narratives that involve these once-taboo subjects. Often, even though directors and producers desire to handle such issues with professionalism, sets become awkward when producing these scenes. A Best Practice Guide to Sex and Storytelling serves as a helpful tool for guiding creators through these waters. Even as the practice has become more common, the environments in which individuals on both sides of the camera work to create sensitive content have not become any more comfortable. To date, there have been no industry guides and little practical instruction on how to approach such important yet delicate scenes. Sex and Storytelling offers theoretical and practical approaches to creating the most effective content, while honoring the dignity and humanity of everyone involved on-set when sexuality and nudity is a part of the story being told. Drawing on John Bucher's professional experience in both high- and low-budget environments and including interviews with players from both sides of the camera, this book provides an essential guide to handling sex and nudity for film and television in a professional manner.

A Best Practice Guide to Assessment and Intervention for Autism and Asperger Syndrome in Schools

(2009) “social communication competence and functional adaptation in a general population of children: Preliminary evidence for sex-by-verbal iQ differential risk.” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 48, ...

Author: Lee A. Wilkinson

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 0857003755

Category: Psychology

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*Winner in the Education/Academic category of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards* *Shortlisted for the 2011 NASEN Award 'The Special Needs Academic Book'* With a focus on best practice and the importance of early diagnosis, this book provides a practical and scientifically-based approach to the assessment and diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome and autism spectrum conditions. This book offers a balance of conceptual, practical and empirical information designed to bridge the research-to-practice gap in identifying, assessing, and treating school-aged children with autism-related conditions. Assessment tools and intervention strategies will support school-based professionals in: · identifying and assessing young people with high-functioning autism spectrum conditions · developing and implementing classroom-based intervention programs · initiating a dialogue between parents and teachers · accessing community resources · promoting special needs advocacy. With illustrative case studies, FAQs, quick reference boxes, and a glossary, this accessible guide will appeal to teachers, counsellors, psychologists, social work practitioners and students.

Addressing Student Sexual Violence in Higher Education

A Good Practice Guide Clarissa J Humphreys, Graham J Towl ... During the interview she shared new information that was not in her original statement; she changed her story. She described the door to the room being ...

Author: Clarissa J Humphreys

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781838671402

Category: Education

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This book is the first practical guidance on how to address sexual violence, using a comprehensive institution-wide approach. The authors provide how-to level information on policy writing, responding to disclosures, developing comprehensive prevention and response education programmes, conducting trauma-informed investigations and sanctioning.

Single Dating Engaged Married Study Guide

Paul listed a litany of sins, one of which was sexual immorality. ... It's worth mentioning that in Paul's second letter to the Corinthians, he seems to give us the rest of the story about the guy who was ... This is good news.

Author: Ben Stuart

Publisher: HarperChristian Resources

ISBN: 9780310140054

Category: Religion

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Truly, it's never been easier or more convenient for people to connect with one another. Yet more and more people today are describing themselves as lonely. Why? If everything in this world is so connected, why are so many of us feeling disconnected? How can we better navigate life and love in today's complex world? In this six-session video-based Bible study (DVD/digital video downloads sold separately), pastor and bestselling author Ben Stuart will help you navigate through four relational stages of life: singleness, dating, engagement, and marriage. As you embark on this journey, you will discover: How to leverage your singleness to make an impact for the kingdom of God How to pursue dating with clarity and purity How to use the season of engagement to prepare for marriage How to maximize your life as a married couple for shared ministry How to continually seek God and his will throughout each stage This study will show you how to embrace God's design for each stage, invest your life in what matters most, and find purpose—whether you are single, dating, engaged, or married. Designed for use with Single, Dating, Engaged, Married Video Study (sold separately).

Identity and Lifelong Learning

How connections heal: Stories from relational cultural therapy. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Warner, L. R. (2008). A best practices guide to intersectional approaches in psychological research. Sex Roles, 59(3), 454–463.

Author: Sue L. Motulsky

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781648022159

Category: Education

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Learning and identity development are lifetime processes of becoming. The construction of self, of interest to scholars and practitioners in adult development and adult learning, is an ongoing process, with the self both forming and being formed by lived experience in privileged and oppressive contexts. Intersecting identities and the power dynamics within them shape how learners define themselves and others and how they make meaning of their experiences in the world. The series, I Am What I Become: Constructing Identities as Lifelong Learners, is an insightful and diverse collection of empirical research and narrative essays in identity development, adult development, and adult learning. The purpose of this series is to publish contributions that highlight the intimate and intricate connections between learning and identity. The series aims to assist our readers to understand and nurture adults who are always in the process of becoming. We hope to promote reflection and research at the intersection of identity and adult learning at any point across the adult lifespan. The rich array of qualitative research designs as well as autobiographic and narrative essays transform and expand our understanding of the lived experience of people both like us and unlike us, from the U.S. and beyond. Identity and Lifelong Learning: Becoming through Lived Experience, Volume Two of the series, focuses on identity and learning within informal settings and life experiences. The contributions showcase the many ways that identity development and learning occur within cultural domains, through developmental and identity challenges or transitions in career or role, and in a variety of places from assisted living facilities to makerspaces. These chapters highlight identity and learning across the adult lifespan from millennials and emerging adults to midlife and older adults. The authors examine cultural, relational and social identity exploration and learning in international contexts and within marginalized communities. This volume features phenomenological and ethnographic qualitative studies, autoethnographies, case studies, and narratives that engage the reader in the myriad ways that adult development, learning, and identity connect and influence each other. Praise for: Identity and Lifelong Learning: Becoming Through Lived Experience "We all pay lip service to the importance of lifelong learning, but what is it exactly and how does it come about? The connections between identity and learning are intriguing and complex, especially when it comes to adult learners. In this very thoughtfully organized collection, researchers present qualitative and narrative studies, along with personal narratives, to explore identity development in formal and informal learning environments. Contributions from varied cultural contexts, most with powerful and moving stories to tell, provide insight into how identity, meaning-making, and adult learning and development intersect and influence each other. Psychologists, scholars and educators interested in identity development and meaning-making will find inspiration and fresh understanding in this innovative and enlightening series." Ruthellen Josselson Author of Paths to Fulfillment: Women’s Search for Meaning and Identity "This innovative series on adult development is inspiring and substantive. We hear voices from the margins and stories of courage. We read identity-formation narratives by young adults and experienced professionals who share impressive capacities for transparency, vulnerability, and self-reflection. Many of the narratives are embedded in rigorous qualitative research that highlights diverse ways that identity is shaped through social positionality, lived experience, the quest for individuation, and willingness to encounter life as a dynamic learning process." Jared D. Kass, Lesley University Author, of A Person-Centered Approach to Psychospiritual Maturation: Mentoring Psychological Resilience and Inclusive Community in Higher Education

A Practical Guide to the Thematic Apperception Test

The TAT in Clinical Practice Edward Aronow, Kim Altman Weiss, Marvin Reznikoff ... In summary, interpretation is based on verbatim recording, summarizing the stories, determining whi aspects of the stories are most significant, ...

Author: Edward Aronow

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135062200

Category: Psychology

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This valuable book provides the student with a short, manageable, comprehensive guide to the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT), a major psychological measuring instrument. The TAT is effective in telling the clinician how the subject views the self and the world in his or her unique way. This sweeping introduction to this test as well as other lesser-known apperceptive techniques considers children, adolescents, and adults. and gives special attention to cross-cultural issues and the application of apperception techniques to minority populations. Additionally, the interesting history of apperception techniques, sample protocols, and the administration and interpretation of the tests are included.

The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics

In E. Burman (Ed.), Feminists and psychological practice (pp. 89–103). ... Empowerment meets narrative: Listening to stories and creating settings. ... A best practices guide to intersectional approaches in psychological research. Sex ...

Author: Caroline Howarth

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317601395

Category: Psychology

Page: 294

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The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics examines the ways in which politics permeates everyday life, from the ordinary interactions we have with others to the sense of belonging and identity developed within social groups and communities. Discrimination, prejudice, inclusion and social change, politics is an on-going process that is not solely the domain of the elected and the powerful. Using a social and political psychological lens to examine how politics is enacted in contemporary societies, the book takes an explicitly critical approach that places political activity within collective processes rather than individual behaviors. While the studies covered in the book do not ignore the importance of the individual, they underscore the need to examine the role of culture, history, ideology and social context as integral to psychological processes. Individuals act, but they do not act in isolation from the groups and societies in which they belong. Drawing on extensive international research, with contributions from leaders in the field as well as emerging scholars, the book is divided into three interrelated parts which cover: The politics of intercultural relations Political agency and social change Political discourse and practice Offering insights into how psychology can be applied to some of the most pressing social issues we face, this will be fascinating reading for students of psychology, political science, sociology and cultural studies, as well as anyone working in the area of public policy.

Managing Workplace Behaviour

A Best Practice Guide Joydeep Hor. vicariously liable for acts of sexual harassment committedbyits employees 'inconnection with' their employment—a concept morebroad inscope thanthe common law's restriction ofliability to acts committed ...

Author: Joydeep Hor

Publisher: CCH Australia Limited

ISBN: 9781922042330

Category: Business & Economics

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Sex Ed for Grown Ups

How to Talk to Children and Young People about Sex and Relationships Jonny Hunt ... As part of the policy, I added a good practice guide for managing menstruation in school – but it is also appropriate for other settings, such as youth ...

Author: Jonny Hunt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000435146

Category: Education

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When it comes to talking to children and young people about sex and relationships, it is difficult to know what to say. How do you answer their questions? How much is too much? And what is age appropriate? Sex Ed for Grown-Ups is an open and honest guide that empowers adults to talk to young people about all things sex and relationships. Written by an independent relationships and sex education consultant, this light-hearted and accessible book encourages grown-ups to think and talk about the topics that scare them the most: from body parts, gender, puberty and first-time sex, to pornography, sexting and knowing what to do when things go wrong. Full of hints, tips and first-hand stories, it is a fun, compassionate and engaging exploration of relationships and sex, which will help adults to fully support young people as they develop a healthy view of both sex and themselves. Sex Ed for Grown-Ups is essential reading for parents, teachers, youth workers, social workers and any adult who wants to have well-informed and positive conversations with the children and young people in their lives.

Creek s Occupational Therapy and Mental Health E Book

In: Stout, C.E., Hayes, R.A. (Eds.), The Evidence-Based Practice: Methods, Models and Tools for Mental Health ... Call Me Crazy: Stories from the Mad Movement. ... A best practices guide to intersectional approaches in psychological ...

Author: Wendy Bryant

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780702049507

Category: Medical

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Now in its fifth edition, this seminal textbook for occupational therapy students and practitioners has retained the comprehensive detail of previous editions with significant updates, including the recovery approach informed by a social perspective. Emerging settings for practice are explored and many more service users have been involved as authors, writing commentaries on 14 chapters. All chapters are revised and there are also new chapters, such as mental health and wellbeing, professional accountability, intersectionality, green care and working with marginalized populations. Chapter 11 is written by two people who have received occupational therapy, examining different perspectives on the experience of using services. This edition is divided into clear sections, exploring theory and practice issues in detail. The first section covers the historical, theoretical and philosophical basis for occupational therapy in the promotion of mental health and wellbeing. The second section examines the occupational therapy process, followed by a third section on ensuring quality in contemporary practice. The fourth section offers insights into issues arising from the changing contexts for occupational therapy including an analysis of the implications for occupational therapy education. The fifth section has eight chapters on specific occupations that can be applied across the varied settings which are covered in the sixth and final section. Occupational Therapy and Mental Health is essential reading for students and practitioners across all areas of health and/or social care, in statutory, private or third (voluntary) sectors, and in institutional and community-based settings. Presents different theories and approaches Outlines the occupational therapy process Discusses the implications of a wide range of practice contexts Describes a broad range of techniques used by occupational therapists Provides many different perspectives through service user commentaries Coverage of trust as part of professional accountability, leadership, green care, ethical practice using a principled approach Additional and extended service user commentaries An editorial team selected and mentored by the retired editors, Jennifer Creek and Lesley Lougher

Art Therapy with Transgender and Gender Expansive Children and Teenagers

The practitioner's guide to child art therapy: Fostering creativity and relational growth. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis. ... A best practices guide to intersectional approaches in psychological research. Sex Roles, 59, 454–463.

Author: Kelly Darke

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781784508470

Category: Psychology

Page: 176

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An educational and inspirational book that offers practical guidance for art therapists working with transgender and gender-expansive youth and their families. It provides art therapy goals, recommended treatments and coping skills to use with this client group. Each chapter looks at how art therapy can address a different concern or aspect of the experience, such as transitioning, bullying, and recognizing or building a support system. It includes detailed case studies and cutting-edge art therapy interventions, which help young people to express the emotions surrounding the discovery of gender identity, the transition process, and self-care.

EBOOK How to Fix Your Academic Writing Trouble A Practical Guide

The end of the story was much happier: '3 months later I passed with no corrections and my examiners' reports ... the rhetorical question in an academic context: 'I hate rhetorical questions for one very good and personal reason: I once ...

Author: Inger Mewburn

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335243334

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Are you confused by the feedback you get from your academic teachers and mentors? This clear and accessible guide to decoding academic feedback will help you interpret what your lecturer or research supervisor is really trying to tell you about your writing—and show you how to fix it. It will help you master a range of techniques and strategies to take your writing to the next level and along the way you’ll learn why academic text looks the way it does, and how to produce that ‘authoritative scholarly voice’ that everyone talks about. This book is an easy-to-use resource for postgraduate students and researchers in all disciplines, and even professional academics, to diagnose their writing issues and find ways to fix them. This book would also be a valuable text for academic writing courses and writing groups, such as those offered in doctoral and Master's by research degree programmes. 'Whether they have writing problems or not, every academic writer will want this handy compendium of effective strategies and sound explanations on their book shelf—it’s a must-have.' Pat Thomson, Professor of Education, University of Nottingham, UK

Women and Sexual Harassment

A Practical Guide to the Legal Protections of Title VII and the Hostile Environment Claim Robert C Berring, Anja A Chan ... CURRNT, which includes stories from all full-text files in the NEXIS library published after 1989. Another good ...

Author: Robert C Berring

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317952893

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 124

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Here is a valuable guide that saves researchers investigating sexual harassment in the workplace enormous amounts of time and money. Focusing on the hostile environment claim under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Women and Sexual Harassment is a complete resource tool. In one easy-to-use volume, it provides a detailed background and history of the hostile environment claim as well as an extensive guide on how to use and where to find the best resources available on this topic. Unlike some legal books, Chan’s book does not require cover-to-cover reading to access pertinent information. Anyone, whether they are interested in the specifics of the hostile environment claim or sexual harassment in general, will be able to locate the information they’re looking for with the help of this handy guide. It saves enormous amounts of time, effort, and money for researchers by providing extensive listings and evaluations of statutes, cases, agency decisions, law review articles, annotations, and books containing information on this subject. Readers can use the book to get a better understanding of the hostile environment claim or use it like a dictionary to pinpoint the specific resources that will be most useful to their area of research. Women and Sexual Harassment is logically divided into five complete parts to make it easy to use: Part 1: Clearly explains how to best use the book to access specific information. Part 2: Describes the history and present state of the hostile environment claim in a manner that is to the point, yet is more thorough than descriptions of the claim found in articles, cases, or other sources. Part 3: Research guide--Directs researchers to the best sources for information, categorized by type and area. Includes tips that will save hours in the library and will help researchers find the most up-to-the-minute articles and cases. Part 4: Bibliography of primary legal sources--Covers statutes, regulations, and case law on the hostile environment claim and sexual harassment. Part 5: Bibliography of secondary sources--Includes books, articles, surveys, and legislative history. The annotated bibliography, broken down by type of source and type of information, not only points researchers in the right direction but also steers them away from sources that seem valuable from their title, but are in fact not worthwhile. The insightful written analysis of the hostile environment claim alone provides researchers unfamiliar with the subject with a clearly written history and definition of the claim, its key elements, employer liability, statute of limitations, remedies, considerations of discovery and evidence, and related claims. Women and Sexual Harassment is an invaluable guide for all types of researchers including victims of sexual harassment considering filing a hostile environment claim, scholars interested in women’s issues, attorneys unfamiliar with this area, employers interested in limiting their liability by taking steps to prevent sexual harassment in their workplaces, and law students in any level of courses related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.

Netnography

Wargo, Jon M. (2015) 'Spatial stories with nomadic narrators: affect, Snapchat, and feeling embodiment in youth mobile ... Warner, Leah (2008) 'A best practices guide to intersectional approaches in psychological research', Sex Roles, ...

Author: Robert V Kozinets

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526482365

Category: Reference

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Netnography is an adaptation of ethnography for the online world, pioneered by Robert Kozinets, and is concerned with the study of online cultures and communities as distinct social phenomena, rather than isolated content. In this landmark third edition, Netnography: The Essential Guide provides the theoretical and methodological groundwork as well as the practical applications, helping students both understand and do netnographic research projects of their own. Packed with enhanced learning features throughout, linking concepts to structured activities in a step by step way, the book is also now accompanied by a striking new visual design and further case studies, offering the essential student resource to conducting online ethnographic research. Real world examples provided demonstrate netnography in practice across the social sciences, in media and cultural studies, anthropology, education, nursing, travel and tourism, and others.

What s So Amazing About Grace Study Guide

He added a chilling remark, “As a gay man, I've found it's easier for me to get sex on the streets than to get a hug in ... for example, is a best-selling Christian writer who first learned her son was gay and then learned that the ...

Author: Philip Yancey

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310364849

Category: Religion

Page: 160

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We speak of grace often. But do we understand it? More important, do we truly believe in it . . . and do our lives proclaim it as powerfully as our words? In What's So Amazing About Grace?, award-winning author Philip Yancey explores grace at street level. If grace is God's love for the undeserving, he asks, then what does it look like in action? And if Christians are its sole dispensers, then how are we doing at lavishing grace on a cruel and pain-filled world? In fourteen sessions, this study guide will help you to interact deeply with Yancey's most personal and provocative book yet. If you're willing to leave your comfort zone to embrace a more vigorous, passionate Christianity--read on. And prepare to grapple with grace and "un-grace" on a personal level. You'll consider how you can contend graciously with today's tough moral issues. And you'll discover how you can become Christ's answer to a world that desperately wants to know, What's So Amazing About Grace?

Introduction to Evidence Based Practice

A Practical Guide For Nursing Lisa Hopp, Leslie Rittenmeyer. BOX 12I3 Findings on Preserving Sexual Potency While on Hypertensive Medication I The male patients felt that sexual activity reduced stress caused by high blood pressure.

Author: Lisa Hopp

Publisher: F.A. Davis

ISBN: 9780803632868

Category: Medical

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Employers expect new graduates to be well-versed in evidence-based practice—its theory and its implementation. Begin with a concise introduction to evidence-based practice to gain a full perspective of what it is and why it's so important. Then draw upon must-have guidance and tools that will help you immediately apply what you’ve learned in both classroom and clinical settings. This practical, step-by-step approach develops the critical-thinking and decision-making skills you need to effectively apply and deliver effective patient care.

Student Study Guide for Foundations of Psychological Testing

The American Psychological Association (APA) advocates that psychologists should use evidence-based practice, which is defined as “the integration of the best available research with clinical expertise in the context of patient ...

Author: Thomas A. Stetz

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781506308074

Category: Psychology

Page: 344

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The Student Study Guide for Foundations of Psychological Testing has 15 chapters corresponding to those in the main text and follows a consistent structure for quick and easy access to key information. To help students understand and apply material related to psychological testing, the guide offers overviews, learning objectives, outlines, key concepts, crossword puzzles, tips by learning objective, additional exercises, additional learning activities, practice questions, and answer keys. Save your students money! Bundle the guide with the main text. Use Bundle ISBN: 978-1-5063-2208-7. The main text, Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach, Fifth Edition, offers a clear introduction to the basics of psychological testing as well as to psychometrics and statistics. The practical book includes discussion of foundational concepts and issues, using real-life examples and situations students will easily recognize, relate to, and find interesting. A variety of pedagogical tools further the conceptual understanding needed for effective use of tests and test scores. Now aligned with the 2014 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, the Fifth Edition offers new and expanded content throughout.

Resources in Education

ED 366 873 Videotape Recordings Development of a Video Story Board for Recruitment at ... Best Practice Series . ED 367 741 Virginia The Case for Change . ... ED 366 764 A Practical Guide to Conducting Customized Work Force Training .

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Contextual Behavior Therapy for Sexual and Gender Minority Clients

A Practical Guide to Treatment Matthew D. Skinta ... but provides inspiration for further research, training, and refinement of how we might best meet the needs of our SGM clients. ... The gay revolution: The story of the struggle.

Author: Matthew D. Skinta

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429638534

Category: Psychology

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Combining theory, research, and case studies, this book shows clinicians how to apply transdiagnostic contextual behavioral approaches when working with sexual and gender minority (SGM) clients. The text first examines minority stress theory through the lens of contextual behavior analysis. Subsequent chapters illustrate the application of therapeutic techniques drawn from acceptance and commitment therapy, functional analytic psychotherapy, and compassion-focused therapy. The book concludes with a close look at special areas of consideration, including pre-surgical evaluation, the impact of HIV on SGM communities, ethical considerations, and future directions in therapy with SGM clients. Every chapter provides a series of diverse vignettes that illustrate how each aspect of treatment might build upon the last along with a list of recommended books for further exploration of that topic. This book offers a unique, integrated approach that can be used for case conceptualization and followed as a treatment manual for professionals or graduate students with a foundation in SGM psychology.