An Anatomy of Regulatory Failure in China
Author: John K. Yasuda
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Political Science
China's food safety system is in crisis. Egregious scandals, as varied as the sale of liquor laced with Viagra and the distribution of fake eggs, reveal how regulatory practices have been stretched to their limit in the world's largest food production system. On Feeding the Masses focuses on the oft-cited but ultimately overlooked concept of scale to identify the root causes of China's regulatory failures in food safety. The 'politics of scale' framework highlights how regulators disagree on which level of government is best suited to regulate ('the scale of governance'), struggle to address multilevel tensions ('multidimensional scale integration'), and fail to understand how policies at one level of government can affect other levels of government in unexpected and costly ways ('scale externalities'). Drawing from over 200 interviews with food safety regulators and producers, the study provides one of the most comprehensive accounts of China's food safety crisis to date.
Meal Planning for Events, Large Groups, Ward Parties, and More
Author: Sydney Cline
Publisher: Cedar Fort
A resource guide for feeding large groups of people.
An Analysis of John 6 in the Context of Messianic Leadership in Post-colonial Zimbabwe
Author: Francis Machingura
Publisher: University of Bamberg Press
Category: Feeding of the five thousand (Miracle)
Author: Benn Perry
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Feeding the mAsses is a collection of short stories which highlight the experiences the author had during the years he spent as a professional waiter. Some of the tales are sad, most are funny, several are quirky, but ALL of them are true as true can be. If these real life accounts have you thinking to yourself out loud "I'd like to be a server someday" you've missed the book's chief intent, and, please... think to yourself quietly! Laugh if you must, but please don't allow any of these vignettes to influence you to become one of the diners about whom they are written.
Author: Beth Moore,Dale McCleskey
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
A personal portrait of Jesus the Messiah considers His life and ministry, and encourages readers to pursue a loving relationship with Christ while covering such events as His miracles and His confrontation of corrupt religious leaders.
Author: Malik Aziz
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Every person that arrives at a higher conscientious would like to bring their love along for the ride. Often times with the excitement of a neophyte we are able to make great steps towards this end goal but somehow we fall short. Perhaps our vision is unclear of the end game. Perhaps our purpose, goals and objectives become bogged down in the day to day nurturing our won delicate conscientiousness and we the ties that bond of to our love ones. While every individual wants the enthusiasm of love, the conscience person has to take on a dual personality. Live each day to love her and live, fight and die for the revolutionary change of the greater community. We will continue down the path with this delicate balancing act until successful. Then love and peace can coincide for both our inner selves and the causes that we take ownership of.
A History of African Americans
Author: Robin D. G. Kelley,Earl Lewis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
Written by the most prominent of the new generation of historians, this superb volume offers the most up-to-date and authoritative account available of African-American history, ranging from the first Africans brought as slaves into the Americas, to today's black filmmakers and politicians. Here is a panoramic view of African American life, rich in gripping first-person accounts and short character sketches that invite readers to relive history as African Americans experienced it. We begin in Africa, with the growth of the slave trade, and follow the forced migration of what is estimated to be between ten and twenty million people, witnessing the terrible human cost of slavery in the colonies of England and Spain. We read of the Haitian Revolution, which ended victoriously in 1804 with the birth of the first independent black nation in the New World, and of slave rebellions and resistance in the United States in the years leading up to the Civil War. There are vivid accounts of the Civil War and Reconstruction years, the backlash of notorious "Jim Crow" laws and mob lynchings, and the founding of key black educational institutions. The contributors also trace the migration of blacks to the major cities, the birth of the Harlem Renaissance, the hardships of the Great Depression and the service of African Americans in World War II, the struggle for Civil Rights in the 1950s and '60s, and the emergence of today's black middle class. From Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass to Martin Luther King, Jr., and Louis Farrakhan, To Make Our World Anew is an unforgettable portrait of a people.
A Journal by a Layman
Author: George Andrew
In Mark’s gospel, numbering a little over sixteen chapters, God shares his message and his plan about eternity through Jesus. As the first gospel writer, Mark describes Jesus’ sermon on eternity and initiates the discussion of daily life and spirituality and their relationship as dramatized by Jesus. His vocation of readiness meets God’s flowing plan daily and proposes the same readiness for Christians. In The Gospel of Mark—Eternity and Readiness, author George Andrew offers a journey through the gospel of Mark and presents a look at this intersection of eternity and readiness. He proposes the lifeblood of faith as the sole root of readiness, and he offers his views and perceptions of the life of Jesus as told through the words of the oldest gospel. Andrew—a modern, independent layman—taps into his intuitive side to share his view of God and the spiritual experience. A New Testament commentary that acts like a walk with Jesus, Andrew shows how Mark allows a life of thought, action, and essence to unfold. It calls believers to a muscular Christianity—one that is strong and of today and helps address the spiritual exhaustion, shallowness, and the questioning torpidity of the time.
Christianity Confronts Pluralism
Author: D. A. Carson
The Gold Medallion Award-winning book that presents a persuasive case for Christ as the only way to God.Is Jesus the only way to God? This clear, critically-acclaimed, scholarly response to that question affirms the deep need for the Gospel’s exclusive message in today’s increasingly pluralistic global community. The Gagging of God offers an in-depth look at the big picture, shows how the many ramifications of pluralism are all parts of a whole, and then provides a systematic Christian response.
Author: Byron Starr
Publisher: Creative Guy Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Author: Charles Simenstad,Gregor M. Cailliet
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
GUTSHOP '84 was the fourth in a series of workshops on various aspects of fish feeding (Table 1). Initially, the organizers merely invited regional (Pacific Northwest) fisheries scientists to share, and possibly develop mutual solutions to, the many technical problems associated with trying to obtain meaningful, quantitative information from fish stomach contents, and the subsequent statistical treatment and interpretation of the multivariate data. Since then, although not explicitly based upon any internal cycle, these scientists and increasingly more and more dispersed colleagues continued to congregate for workshop deliberations every two or three years. From the 49 attendees at the first workshop, the number of participants had grown to 65 at GUTSHOP '78, and 107 at GUTSHOP '81. By the third workshop, we were drawing scientists from across the U. S. and Canada, and from as far away as Norway. The topical content of the workshops has also evolved from the predominantly technical aspects of fish collection and stomach contents processing techniques, statistical analysis, and data manipulation and presentation to considerations of theoretical ecology, bioenergetics, and behavior.
Author: Don Pinnock
Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd
A entertaining and engrossing book of short essays on natural history, full of humour, interest and speculation. Each of his essays reveals something of nature's many quirks and offers startlingly large questions from little things that ordinary folk pass over with hardly a glance. The pieces are short and
The Conant Method: the True Nutritional Solution
Author: Daryl Conant M. Ed,Daryl Conant
Category: Health & Fitness
Earth is a complex and mysterious planet. Its origin and purpose are not truly known. What we do know is that human civilization has to depend on the Earth for survival. The human being has been living off the Earth ever since the beginning of man's first breath. The Earth is designed to provide all the vital nutrients animals need to live by. However, due to the development of industrial factors and processed food, the vital nutrients of Earth are being compromised. Illness, organ disease, cancer, psychological disorders, and obesity are growing in astronomical proportions. All of these situations are a direct result of poor nutrition, processed foods, and the depletion of the Earth's vital nutrient supply. Diet Earth is a revolutionary change in the thinking of human nutrition. Daryl Conant teaches methods in how to eat, when to eat, why we need to eat and how important it is to eat raw nutrient rich organic foods. I believe that we have to take a stand against poor nutrition in America. We are losing the battle against obesity! As long as processed food, refined sugar, hydrogenated fats, trans fatty acids, exocitotoxins, additives, and preservatives remain the staple of the American diet, human health will continue to worsen. The true answer for solving our out of control health care system is to teach Americans the truth about food. Diet Earth is my contribution to society in developing greater nutritional consciousness. Bon Appetite! Daryl Conant, M.Ed - Author
A Lifetime of Ideas from a Leading Activist and Thinker
Author: David Suzuki
Publisher: Greystone Books
In this revised and expanded edition of his collected writings, David Suzuki continues to explore the themes that have informed his work for more than four decades — the interconnectedness of all things, our misguided elevation of economics above all else, the urgent need to deal with climate change — but with an increased emphasis on solutions to the myriad problems we face, his inspiring vision for the future, and the legacy he hopes to leave behind. There is also more emphasis on the personal, as he recounts episodes from his childhood and early adulthood and speaks eloquently about old age, death, and the abiding role of nature and family in his life. Written with clarity, passion, and wisdom, this book is essential for anyone who is an admirer of David Suzuki, who wants to understand what science can and can’t do, or who wants to make a difference.
Searching for Meaning in the Twenty-First Century
Author: C. Strenger
Category: Political Science
This book shows how, after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the Gospel of the free market became the only world-religion of universal validity. The belief that all value needs to be quantifiable was extended to human beings, whose value became dependent on their rating on the various ranking-scales in the global infotainment system.
Author: Gunnar Thompson
Most important book since Darwin's "Origin of the Species." Narrative history tells how modern detectives uncovered evidence of maize (or Indian Corn) in tombs & temples of Egypt. Until January 2010, all the encyclopedias and most history profs believed there was no maize in Egypt or anywhere else in the Old World until after Columbus. Describes over 400 corncobs found in scientific study of museum collections at Met, Louvre, British Museum, Cairo Museum, etc. Fully illustrated, easty to understand, includes Appendices, Bibliography, and Index. A beautiful coffee-table book that is certain to inspire many conversations with friends. Proves Egyptian & Nubian voyages to Mexico 3,000 years before Columbus.
Author: Paul David Cook
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Paul Cook lives in Texas, is married to a Native American artist and retired. He has had a career in law enforcement, military service and as a college instructor in Asian, American and European colleges. He has degrees in Education and Criminal Justice. Mr. Cook is a recognized political and biblical science author as well as a WWII conservative historian who has traveled the globe to research his many books.
Author: Fiona Hobden,Christopher Tuplin
Category: Literary Criticism
The fourth century author Xenophon -- historian, philosopher, man of action – produced an output notable for diversity of content and consistency of moral outlook. This book explores some of the ethical and historical dimensions of this oeuvre.
Publisher: How to Save the Future?