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The Fear Within

Author: Scott Martelle
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813549388
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Offers a thought-provoking history of the arrest and trial of 11 leaders of the Communist Party--USA in the late 1940s.

Unleashing The Fear Within

Author: Desiree Serrano
Publisher: Booktango
ISBN: 1468933094
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This book is based on my personal beliefs to aid individuals that unleashing their fears will help them to become more successful in different parts of their life.

The Fighting Without And The Fear Within

Author: Henderson Lightbody
Publisher: Exposure Publishing
ISBN: 0951565559
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Book DescriptionThe purpose in the authors mind for this book is to strive for more community and church involvement for the older teenager. This is the period in life called adolescence, a word introduced by Western Society. It is that time when the teenager is either a child dependent on his/her parents still, or independent, now an adult, as if they are stuck on a bridge of decision, between dependence and independence.About the AuthorHenderson Lightbody is a former Pastor and Community Education Officer, a Graduate from the Glasgow Bible Training Institute and of Jordanhill College of Education. He is Father of six, and Grandfather of seven.

The Fear Inside

Author: Ralph Morrison
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481770934
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Have you ever had a secret, one you were too afraid to share? I did. It has controlled my entire life. I went from being a young child that was bullied and abused to being a bully myself. I smothered my fears with drugs and alcohol. I allowed them to consume me, too afraid to speak because of what others might think of me. Fear ruled my life. I ask you to read this with an open heart and mind. I hope this will help you release your secret. I hope you release the fear inside. [email protected]

Our Hope In The Fear Of The Lord And His Amazing Grace

Author: Janice E. Ballard
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490865330
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Our Hope in the Fear of the Lord and His Amazing Grace sees clearly the truths of human life. The Lord does not hold individuals’ inherited sinful nature against them, but He does hold each person accountable for accepting or rejecting the grace that grants freedom from the powers of sin and death. Janice E. Ballard, as a young mother and leader in her local church, has written Our Hope in the Fear of the Lord and His Amazing Grace to help adults fulfill their calling to teach youth how to guard themselves from the dangers that modern life pose to faith in the Lord. Each chapter begins by grounding its reflections on a scriptural passage. Additional guidance from the Holy Bible keeps that focus as the chapters address topics like gaining knowledge of God, departing from evil, trusting in God’s love, acknowledging sin, escaping from self-destruction, feeling security, embracing peace of heart, and praising and glorifying God. If you need encouragement to renew your hope in God, to trust in His grace, and to see afresh the purifying effects of a healthy fear of the Lord, then Our Hope in the Fear of the Lord and His Amazing Grace will give you the guidance to listen to the Scriptures. Through such attentive listening, you can nurture your own faith and gain the insights to help others—especially young people—come to trust deeply in the hope that comes from the fear of the Lord and the amazing grace He offers.

The Fear Within

Author: Lacey Joy Langston
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The human body has been an essential part of the evolution of film history. From the motion study photographs of Étienne-Jules Marey and Eadweard Muybridge in the nineteenth century through modern day medical reality television, the human body has proven to be an element of fascination and focus within media of all types. This thesis argues that early scientific film that examines nature and the body has influenced the development of the horror genre. The connections between science and film continue to be under-researched. Rather than focusing on film's influence on science, this thesis finds that science has shaped the history of the film genre. Using the previous work of film scholars and theorists like Lisa Cartwright, Virgilio Tosi, Rick Altman, and Tom Gunning, this thesis will consider two horror films for case studies: The Unknown (1927) and Nosferatu (1922). This research finds that in these two case study films, many elements of horror are based on societal and cultural knowledge about nature and the human body. The Unknown, portrays the fragmented and excessive body as an object of fear for the viewer and the characters within the narrative. Nosferatu, depicts the villain and his evil counterparts through their out of control bodies and their misunderstanding of nature. Both of these films project the human body as something to be frightened of, and this study pinpoints the moments in which evidence of this correlation can be found. These films are analyzed using an interdisciplinary perspective that examines film using historical, sociological, and theoretical frameworks to show the influence of turn of the century scientific film upon horror genre development. This project thus examines the early scientific film during the turn of the century and how unintended screenings to uninformed audiences contributed to societal fears of nature and the body, and how these fears in turn contributed to the horror genre.

The Psychology Of Fear In Organizations

Author: Sheila Keegan
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749472553
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In the context of global economic recession, fear has become institutionalized in many organizations, both in the private and public sectors. Board directors are under pressure from shareholders, senior executives are attempting to maintain sales in a nervous market and many people are concerned about job security and maintaining their living standards. This book shows how fear manifests itself in large organizations, how it impacts on the workforce and how by reducing our willingness to take risks and to innovate, it can inhibit economic growth and innovation, at both an individual and corporate level. The Psychology of Fear in Organizations examines the psychological barriers to innovation and presents initiatives to loosen the paralysis caused by the economic downturn.

Fear In Early Modern Society

Author: William G. Naphy
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719052057
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Fear of fire, flood, plague, invasion by the infidel, purgatory, death, witchcraft - these are just some of the fears that plagued the early modern world which are dealt with in this fascinating well-integrated collection of essays, based on extensive and ground-breaking new research. Drawing on British and Continental examples, the volume explores the panoply of personal and communal tragedies which tormented and terrified both elite and popular communities in this period, and shows how they formed strategies for dealing both practically and psychologically with their fears; it tells of the creation of the first fire service in France, of dog-massacres in times of plague in England, and of flood emergency plans in Holland.

Gifts From The Child Within

Author: Barbara Sinor
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1932690468
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Sinor brings a refreshing approach to understanding the initial or underlying basis to one's emotional suffering due to past childhood trauma. This recovery book is filled with offerings from psychological, physiological, and spiritual perspectives.