Welcome Guest | ログイン
The CIA's Greatest Hits (Real Story) (2 REV UPD): Zepezauer, Mark/ Naiman, Arthur (EDT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
The CIA's Greatest Hits (Real Story) (2 REV UPD)
The CIA's Greatest Hits (Real Story) (2 REV UPD)
出版社 : Soft Skull Pr
出版年月 : 2012/05
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781593764395

BookWeb価格 : AED 52.00

在庫情報 : フルフィルメント・センターに在庫があります。
言語 : English
Stock Information
Store Shelf Location Click here Stock
Dubai B09-05, B07-02, B05-04 Map
  • While every attempt has been made to ensure stock availability, occasionally we do run out of stock at our stores.
  • Retail store and online prices may vary.
  • To confirm availability and pricing, please call the store directly.
Retail Store Contact Details and Operating Hours

Source: ENG
Place of Publication: United States
Edition: Subsequent
Geographic Designator: United States
Cataloging Adult Inventory Demand (Internal Use For Cataloging Services)
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)

"The CIA's Greatest Hits" details how the CIAcriminals, shielded them from justice and learned--and used--their techniques- has been involved in assassinations, bombings, massacres, wars, death squads, drug trafficking, and rigged elections all over the world- tortures children as young as 13 and adults as old as 89, resulting in forced "confessions" to all sorts of imaginary crimes (an innocent Kuwaiti was tortured for months to make him keep repeating his initial lies, and a supposed al-Qaeda leader was waterboarded 187 times in a single month without producing a speck of useful information)- orchestrates the media--which one CIA deputy director liked to call "the mighty Wurlitzer"--and places its agents inside newspapers, magazines and book publishers- and much more. The CIA's crimes continue unabated, and unpunished. The day before General David Petraeus took over as the twentieth CIA director, federal prosecutors announced that they were dropping 99 investigations into the deaths of people in CIA custody, leaving just two active cases they're willing to pursue. The first edition of "The CIA's Greatest Hits" sold more than 38,000 copies. This fully revised and updated second edition contains six completely new chapters.organizational functioning * achieve social change. For each approach, authors provide practical, how-to-do-it information; review the relevant professional literature; assess the approach from the standpoint of empowerment; and consider the applicability of principles and methods for work with diverse populations. Extensive information on research issues is also presented, with separate chapters devoted to evaluating group work practice and solving common problems in research design. Other topics covered include the uses of the Internet and other technologies in extending group work opportunities beyond traditional settings. Surveying the breadth of current knowledge in the field, this volume is an essential resource for social work practitioners, supervisors, educators, researchers, and students. It serves as a uniquely informative text for undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in direct practice, group work, and advanced practice.

Garvin, Gutierrez, Galinsky, Introduction. Part IPhilosophical Foundations. Toseland, Jones, Gellis, Group Dynamics. Tropman, An Ecological-Systems Perspective. Mayadas, Smith, Elliott, Social Work in a Global Context. Breton, An Empowerment Perspective. Northen, Ethics and Values in Group Work. Part II: Practice Models. Gitterman, The Mutual Aid Model. Rose, Cognitive-Behavioral Group Work. Part III: Group Work Approaches Related to Purpose. Kurtz, Support and Self-Help Groups. Roffman, Psychoeducational Groups. Nash, Snyder, Prevention Groups. Part IV: Group Work Approaches Related to Setting. Getzel, Groups in Physical and Mental Health. Rooney, Involuntary Groups. Malekoff, Strengths-Based Group Work with Children and Adolescents. Rittner, Group Work in Child Welfare. Fisher, Groups for Substance Abuse Treatment. Campbell, Groups for Older Adults. Bargal, Groups for Reducing Intergroup Conflict. Part V: Group Work in Organizational and Community Settings. Schulz, Israel, Lantz, Assessing and Strengthening Characteristics of Effective Groups in Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships. Finn, Jacobson, Campana, Participatory Research, Popular Education, and Popular Theater: Contributions to Group Work. Staples, Social Action Groups. Carr, Accessing Resources, Transforming Systems: Group Work with Poor and Homeless People. Abramson, Bronstein, Group Process Dynamics and Skills in Interdisciplinary Teamwork. Ephross, Vassil, Group Work with Working Groups. Burford, Pennell, From Agency Client to Community-Based Consumer: The Family Group Conference as a Consumer-Led Group in Child Welfare. Part VI: Group Work Research and Evaluation. Brower, Arndt, Ketterhagen, Very Good Solutions Really Do Exist for Group Work Research Design Problems. Magen, Measurement Issues. Gant, Evaluation of Group Work. Part VII: The Uses of Technology to Create Groups. Meier, Technology in Mediated Groups.