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Kentucky Chances

Author: Cathy Marie Hake
Publisher: Barbour Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781597893664
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In Salt Lick Holler, Kentucky, three women healing from past hurts aren't looking for love, but love comes looking for them. Lovejoy Spencer is so determined to keep her sister from making the same mistakes she did, she almost misses her own last Chance. Hattie Thales is accepting her lot in life, while Logan Chance longs for adventure. He leaves the ranch in Reliable, California, unaware he's launching God's plan for both lives. Daisy Thales thinks she'd rather go it alone until God sends the last Chance bachelor, a rancher who has a quiet way with her son and with her heart.

Handbook Of Demonstrations And Activities In The Teaching Of Psychology Second Edition

Author: Mark E. Ware
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1317759400
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For those who teach students in psychology, education, and the social sciences, the Handbook of Demonstrations and Activities in the Teaching of Psychology, Second Edition provides practical applications and rich sources of ideas. Revised to include a wealth of new material (56% of the articles are new), these invaluable reference books contain the collective experience of teachers who have successfully dealt with students' difficulty in mastering important concepts about human behavior. Each volume features a table that lists the articles and identifies the primary and secondary courses in which readers can use each demonstration. Additionally, the subject index facilitates retrieval of articles according to topical headings, and the appendix notes the source as it originally appeared in Teaching of Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division Two of the American Psychological Association. Volume I consists of 97 articles about strategies for teaching introductory psychology, statistics, research methods, and the history of psychology classes. Divided into four sections (one for each specialty), the book suggests ways to stimulate interest, promote participation, grasp psychological terminology, and master necessary scientific skills.

Second Chances

Author: Edna James
ISBN: 0615192580
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Mattie Collins, a young, shy, country girl has overcome many obstacles in her short life and for the first time experiences the kind of love that songs are written about. Mattie's life seemed to be going so well when she suddenly finds it all threatened by a past she has no memory of. Will she lose all that has become dear to her or survive the battle of a lifetime to keep it?

Handbook For Teaching Statistics And Research Methods

Author: Mark E. Ware
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1317759354
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This volume presents a collection of articles selected from Teaching of Psychology, sponsored by APA Division 2. It contains the collective experience of teachers who have successfully dealt with students' statistics anxiety, resistance to conducting literature reviews, and related problems. For those who teach statistics or research methods courses to undergraduate or graduate students in psychology, education, and the social sciences, this book provides many innovative strategies for teaching a variety of methodological concepts and procedures in statistics and research methods courses.

The Breckinridges Of Kentucky

Author: James C. Klotter
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 9780813191652
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"Across more than six generations--beginning before the Revolutionary War--the Breckinridge family has produced a series of notable social and political leaders. These often controversial men and women include a presidential candidate, a U.S. vice president, cabinet members, generals, women's rights advocates, congressmen, editors, reformers, authors, and church leaders. Though they enjoyed many successes, the Breckinridges--not unlike other Americans--faced hardship and war, contended with issues of race, lived through difficult family situations (including a sex scandal), and encountered personal and political failure"--Back cover.

Hard Times And New Deal In Kentucky

Author: George T. Blakey
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813162130
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The Great Depression and the New Deal touched the lives of almost every Kentuckian during the 1930s. Fifty years later the Commonwealth is still affected by the legacies of that era and the policies of the Roosevelt administration. George T. Blakey has written the first full study of this turbulent decade in Kentucky, and he offers a fresh perspective on the New Deal programs by viewing them from the local and state level rather than from Washington. Thousands of Kentuckians worked for New Deal programs such as the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Projects Administration; thousands more kept their homes through loans from the Home Owners Loan Corporation. Tobacco growers adopted new production techniques and rural farms received their first electricity because of the Agricultural Adjustment and Rural Electrification administrations. The New Deal stretched from the Harlan County coal mines to a TVA dam near Paducah, and it encompassed subjects as small as Social Security pension checks and as large as revived Bourbon distilleries. The impact of these phenomena on Kentucky was both beneficial and disruptive, temporary and enduring. Blakey analyzes the economic effects of this unprecedented and massive government spending to end the depression. He also discusses the political arena in which Governors Laffoon, Chandler, and Johnson had to wrestle with new federal rules. And he highlights social changes the New Deal brought to the Commonwealth: accelerated urbanization, enlightened land use, a lessening of state power and individualism, and a greater awareness of Kentucky history. Hard Times and New Deal weaves together private memories of older Kentuckians and public statements of contemporary politicians; it includes legislative debates and newspaper accounts, government statistics and personal reminiscences. The result is a balanced and fresh look at the patchwork of emergency and reform activities which many people loved, many others hated, but no one could ignore.

A New History Of Kentucky

Author: Lowell H. Harrison
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 081313708X
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The first comprehensive history of the state since the publication of Thomas D. Clark's landmark History of Kentucky over sixty years ago. A New History of Kentucky brings the Commonwealth to life, from Pikeville to the Purchase, from Covington to Corbin, this account reveals Kentucky's many faces and deep traditions. Lowell Harrison, professor emeritus of history at Western Kentucky University, is the author of many books, including George Rogers Clark and the War in the West, The Civil War in Kentucky, Kentucky's Road to Statehood, Lincoln of Kentucky, and Kentucky's Governors.

Proud Kentuckian

Author: Frank H. Heck
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813150388
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In his brief life John C. Breckinridge embraced the roles of lawyer, politician, statesman, soldier, exile, and businessman. An imposing and tactful man, he was exceptional for evoking both loyal devotion from his followers and generous respect from his opponents during a strife-torn era. Breckinridge's meteoric rise to national prominence began with election to the Kentucky legislature in 1849 and to the United States Congress in 1851. His eloquence earned him the Democratic Party's nomination for the vice presidency in 1856, and he became the youngest man ever to hold that office. Nearing the end of his term Breckinridge was elected United States senator by the Kentucky legislature. He was a favorite of the Southern faction during the 1860 Democratic convention. Had the nation and the party not foundered on the divisive issues of slavery, section, and union, Breckinridge might well have reached the White House. With the sundering of the Union, Breckinridge joined the Confederate states, was commissioned a brigadier general, and fought valiantly at Shiloh, Chickamauga, Cold Harbor, and elsewhere before becoming secretary of war. The collapse of the Confederacy drove him into exile in Canada and Europe. But in 1869 he returned to Kentucky to live out his life quietly and industriously as a lawyer and railroad executive. Proud Kentuckian portrays the most illustrious member of one of Kentucky's first families.