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Star Wars Origami : 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away...: Alexander, Chris/ Angleberger, Tom (FRW)/ Conigliaro, Phil (ILT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Star Wars Origami : 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away...
Star Wars Origami : 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away...
Publisher : Workman Pub Co
Published Date : 2012/08
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780761169437

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Language : English
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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: X01705000
Place of Publication: United States
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Sure, you could do all of the projects in this book using regular origami paper, but what makes this book so extraordinary is the specially designed origami paper. Each of the 36 projects has two sheets of corresponding origami paper featuring art drawn from the movies, so your origami Yoda will look just like the wise Jedi master you know and love. The 72 sheets of origami paper is bound into the back of the book, and is perforated for easy history approach and give a unique personal account of the lived experiences of institutional life and deinstitutionalization by the people who were subject to it. The life story of Tom Allen (1912-1991) is interspersed throughout the book, providing a powerful testimony of the way institutions and deinstitutionalization have affected one individual over the course of almost a century. Researchers and practitioners will find this book an insightful and accessible reflection on deinstitutionalization, and a source of encouragement for improving the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.

Acknowledgements. IntroductionTraustadottir, Iceland, and Kelley Johnson, Australia. Part I. Living Inside. 1. Sixty Years in the Institution. Thomas F. Allen with Rannveig Traustadottir and Lisa Spina, USA. 2. Institutionalization: A Historical Perspective, Jan Walmsley, UK. 3. Containing Uncontainable Women, Kelley Johnson. 4. Institutional Death: The Coronial Inquest into the Deaths of Nine Men with Intellectual Disabilities. Ian Freckelton, Australia. 5. I've Been in Hospital All My Life, Avis Hunter with Brigit Mirfin-Veitch, New Zealand. 6. The Institutions Are Dying, but Are Not Dead Yet. Steven J. Taylor, USA. Part II. Moving Out. 7. It's Never Too Late, Thomas F. Allen with Rannveig Traustadottir and Lisa Spina. 8. The Impact of Policy Tensions and Organizational Demands on the Process of Moving Out of an Institution, Christine Bigby, Australia. 9. The Cost of Moving Out. Ingiborg Eide Geirsdottir with Gudrun V. Stefansdottir, Iceland. 10. Rowan's Choices, Ethel M. Temby, Australia. 11. Moving Out: A Reflection, Kelley Johnson. Part III. Living Outside. 12. In the Community. Thomas F. Allen with Rannveig Traustadottir and Lisa M. Spina. 13 'I've got my Freedom Now': Memories of Transitions Into and Out of Institutions, 1932 to the Present Day, Victor Hall with Sheena Rolph, UK. 14. 'Gone Fishin'': From Institutional Outing to Real Life. Emil Johansen with Kristjana Kristiansen, Norway. 15. 'Lady of the Well': Memories of Vicki, Jen Devers. 16. Reflections on Living Outside: Continuity and Change in the Life of 'Outsiders'. Jan Tossebro, Norway. Part IV. Moving On. 17. A New Life, Thomas F. Allen with Rannveig Traustadottir and Lisa Spina. 18. Conquering Life: The Experiences of the First Integrated Generation, Magnus Tideman, Sweden. 19. New Forms of Institutionalization in the Community, Julian Gardner and Louise Glanville, Australia. 20. Returning to One's Roots: Haki Titori's story, Patricia O'Brien, New Zealand. 21. Becoming Contractual: The Development of Contracts and Social Care Markets in England, Paul Cambridge, UK. 22. The Dignity of Risk: My Son's Home and Adult Life, Dora S. Bjarnason, Iceland. 23. Out of the Institution Trap, John O'Brien, USA. Epilogue to Tom Allen's Life Story. Contributors. Subject Index. Author Index.(NME).
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