The Abandonment of Settlements and Regions

Abandonment processes condition the entry of cultural material into the archaeo. The importance of abandonment processes to archaeological interpretation can be illustrated by examCATHERINE M. CAMERON ining assumptions about artifact ...

Author: Catherine M. Cameron

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521433339

Category: Social Science

Page: 217

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Groups of people abandoned sites in different ways, and for different reasons. And what they did when they left a settlement or area had a direct bearing on the kind and quality of cultural remains that entered the archaeological record, for example, whether buildings were dismantled or left standing, or tools buried, destroyed or removed from the site. Contributors to this unique collection on site abandonment draw on ethnoarchaeological and archaeological data from North and South America, Europe, Africa, and the Near East.

The Journey from Abandonment to Healing

But I was only too familiar with the toxic fumes that rise out of the abandonment wound. Those colorless and odorless gases can seep silently into your consciousness, even when you think you're keeping a positive outlook.

Author: Susan Anderson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101501689

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

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Like Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross's groundbreaking On Death and Dying, Susan Anderson's book clearly defines the five phases of a different kind of grieving--grieving over a lost relationship. An experienced professional who has specialized in helping people with loss, heartbreak, and abandonment for more than two decades, Susan Anderson gives this subject the serious attention it deserves. The Journey From Abandonment to Healing is designed to help all victims of emotional breakups--whether they are suffering from a recent loss, or a lingering wound from the past; whether they are caught up in patterns that sabotage their own relationships, or they're in a relationship where they no longer feel loved. From the first stunning blow to starting over, it provides a complete program for abandonment recovery.

Economic Development and Transportation Impacts of Railroad Branchline Abandonment in South Central Kansas

D. Measure the transportation cost changes experienced by rural south central Kansas shippers as a result of abandonment, assuming the same origins and destinations identified in Objectives B and C. E. Identify foreclosed economic ...

Author: Michael W. Babcock


ISBN: IND:30000037507658

Category: Freight and freightage

Page: 224

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Housing Abandonment

contents Page DIGEST i CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Housing abandonment Causes of housing abandonment Stages of neighborhood change Federal role in housing abandonment 1 2 3 5 2 8 8 HOUSING ABANDONMENT IS A NATIONAL PROBLEM Extent of problem ...

Author: United States. General Accounting Office


ISBN: UCR:31210024797431

Category: Abandonment of property

Page: 75

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Abandonment of Railroad Lines

Hearings, Seventy-eighth Congress, Second Session, on S. 1489, a Bill to Establish Additional Standards and to Declare the Policy of the Congress with Respect to the Abandonment of Railroad Lines. May 2-4, 1944 United States. Congress.

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce


ISBN: UCAL:B5179446

Category: Railroads

Page: 198

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The Regulation of Decommissioning Abandonment and Reuse Initiatives in the Oil and Gas Industry

LNOC has now included a section covering the costs of abandonment for both exploration and appraisal, as well as for the development and exploitation, stages of these 25-year EPSA IVs under Article 26, 'Abandonment'.

Author: André Pereira da Fonseca,

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9789403506852

Category: Law

Page: 752

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In the process of resolving disputes, it is not uncommon for parties to justify actions otherwise in breach of their obligations by invoking the need to protect some aspect of the elusive concept of public order. Until this thoroughly researched book, the criteria and factors against which international dispute bodies assess such claims have remained unclear. Now, by providing an in-depth comparative analysis of relevant jurisprudence under four distinct international dispute resolution systems – trade, investment, human rights and international commercial arbitration – the author of this invaluable book identifies common core benchmarks for the application of the public order exception. To achieve the broadest possible scope for her analysis, the author examines the public order exception’s function, role and application within the following international dispute resolution systems: relevant World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements as enforced by the organization’s Dispute Settlement Body and Appellate Body; international investment agreements as enforced by competent Arbitral Tribunals and Annulment Committees under the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes; provisions under the Inter-American Convention of Human Rights and the European Convention of Human Rights as enforced by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights, respectively; and the New York Convention as enforced by national tribunals across the world. Controversies, tensions and pitfalls inherent in invoking the public order exception are elucidated, along with clear guidelines on how arguments may be crafted in order to enhance prospects of success. Throughout, tables and graphs systematize key aspects of the relevant jurisprudence under each of the dispute resolution systems analysed. As an immediate practical resource for lawyers on any side of a dispute who wish to invoke or strengthen a public order exception claim, the book’s systematic analysis will be welcomed by lawyers active in WTO disputes, international investment arbitration, human rights law or enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. Academics and policymakers will find a signal contribution to the ongoing debate on the existence, legal basis, content and functions of the transnational public order.

The Abandonment Recovery Workbook

It works in conjunction with a website whose address is is exactly that—an abandonment net, a supportive base available for anyone experiencing loss, disconnection, or uncertainty about themselves or a ...

Author: Susan Anderson

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 9781608684274

Category: Self-Help

Page: 400

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A powerful workshop-in-a-book for healing from loss One day everything is fine. The next, you find yourself without everything you took for granted. Love has turned sour. The people you depended on have let you down. You feel you’ll never love again. But there is a way out. In The Abandonment Recovery Workbook, the only book of its kind, psychotherapist and abandonment expert Susan Anderson explores the seemingly endless pain of heartbreak and shows readers how to break free—whether the heartbreak comes from a divorce, a breakup, a death, or the loss of friendship, health, a job, or a dream. From the first shock of despair through the waves of hopelessness to the tentative efforts to make new connections, The Abandonment Recovery Workbook provides an itinerary for recovery. A manual for individuals or support groups, it includes exercises that the author has tested and developed through her decades of expertise in abandonment recovery. Anderson provides concrete recovery tools and exercises to discover and heal underlying issues, identify self-defeating behaviors of mistrust and insecurity, and build self-esteem. Guiding you through the five stages of your journey—shattering, withdrawal, internalizing, rage, and lifting—this book (a new edition of Anderson’s Journey from Heartbreak to Connection) serves as a source of strength. You will come away with a new sense of self—a self with an increased capacity to love. Praise for Susan Anderson’s The Journey from Abandonment to Healing: “If there can be a pill to cure the heartbreak of rejection, this book may be it.” — Rabbi Harold Kushner, bestselling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People

The Journey from Abandonment to Healing Revised and Updated

See also Akeru; benefits of abandonment recovery; brain impacted by abandonment; childhood and abandonment; connection, making a new; Inner Child; Outer Child; post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) of abandonment; psychobiological ...

Author: Susan Anderson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698151123

Category: Self-Help

Page: 384

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The fear of abandonment is one of our most primal fears, and deservedly so. Its pain is often overwhelming, and can leave its mark on the rest of your life. In the midst of the hurt, it’s hard to see an end to your feelings of rejection, shame, and betrayal. In this updated edition of the groundbreaking book, Susan Anderson, a therapist who has specialized in helping people with loss, heartbreak, and abandonment for more than thirty years, shares recent discoveries in neuroscience that help put your pain in perspective. It is designed to help all victims of emotional breakups—whether you are suffering from a recent loss, or a lingering wound from the past; whether you are caught up in patterns that sabotage your own relationships, or you’re in a relationship in which you no longer feel loved. From the first stunning blow to starting over, it provides a complete program for abandonment recovery. Going beyond comforting words to promote real change, this healing process will help you work through the five universal stages of abandonment—shattering, withdrawal, internalizing, rage, lifting—by understanding their biochemical and behavioral origins and implications. New hands-on exercises for improving your life will teach you how to manage the inevitable pain, then go on to build a whole new concept of self, increase your capacity for love, and find new love on a deeper and richer level than ever before.