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  • Baby's First Year Album

    Sert Kapak
    Baby's First Years is a treasured collection of photographs and memories from birthday to five years.
    23,05  TL46,10  TL
  • The Infertility Treadmill: Feminist Ethics, Personal Choice, and the Use of Reproductive Technologies

    Karton Kapak
    Combining attention to lived experience with the critical tools of ethics, Karey Harwood explores why many women who use high-tech assisted reproduction methods tend to use them repeatedly, even when the results are unsuccessful. With a compassionate look at the individual decision making behind the desire to become pregnant and the use of assisted reproductive technologies (ART), Harwood extends the public conversation beyond debates about individual choice by considering the experiences of families and by addressing the broader ethical problems presented by these technologies.
    14,00  TL50,00  TL
  • Was uns bleibt, ist was wir geben

    Karton Kapak
    Wir erleben einen rasanten Werteverfall: immer mehr Menschen geht es vor allem um ihr materielles Wohl - und um sich selbst. Dem setzt Ilhami Findikçi drei Wege entgegen, um unsere wahre Menschlichkeit, unseren geistigen und seelischen Reichtum zur Entfaltung zu bringen: Wir müssen uns auf die Werte des Familienlebens, der Liebe und der persönlichen Entwicklung besinnen. Wie das gelingt, zeigen zahlreiche Fallbeispiele und Geschichten.
    45,40  TL78,27  TL
  • Prénoms Guide 2013 : Tout pour bien choisir le prénom de bébé

    Karton Kapak
    Sitôt que l'enfant s'annonce, une question vient aux futurs parents : comment l'appeler ? Cet ouvrage de référence, qui réunit un ensemble unique d'informations relatives à près de 6 400 prénoms français et du monde, vous aidera à répondre à cette question. Correspondance astrologique, couleur et chiffre attachés à chaque prénom, mais aussi, bien sûr, fête, origine étymologique, histoire profane et religieuse, vogue actuelle, sans oublier quelques-unes des personnalités marquantes qui ont porté ou portent le dit prénom : un maximum d'éléments vous sont ici donnés, qui vous permettront de faire votre choix en connaissance de cause. Ce formidable catalogue vous propose toujours le top 20 des prénoms Magicmaman 2011, les informations sur la législation relative au choix des prénoms, un mode d'emploi à l'usage des parents qui veulent créer un prénom inédit, un quizz qui permettra aux lecteurs de définir de façon ludique quel type de parents ils sont et de choisir ainsi, grâce à des pictogrammes, le prénom qui sera au plus près de leur sensibilité. De nouvelles personnalités ont fait leur entrée parmi les célébrités citées : l'acteur Gilles Lellouche, les comédiennes Léa Seydoux et Bérénice Béjo. Ce livre est une aide remarquable, vivante, tonique, non dénuée d'humour et qui comporte deux signets de couleurs, un rose et un bleu, pour faciliter les recherches. Prénoms pour les filles les plus donnés en 2011 : Emma, Léa, Lola, Manon, Luna, Lilou, Chloé, Jade, Clara, Sarah, Zoé, Eva, Camille, Louise, Inès, Maelys, Louane, Lou, Léna, Ambre. Prénoms pour les garçons les plus donnés en 2011 : Lucas, Enzo, Nathan, Noah, Mathys, Léo, Ethan, Hugo, Théo, Tom, Louis, Jules, Gabriel, Arthur, Maxime, Evan, Nolan, Yanis, Matheo, Thomas.
    34,19  TL113,97  TL
  • Making Meanings, Creating Family (Intertextuality and Framing in Family Interaction)

    Karton Kapak
    Cynthia Gordon uses tape-recorded conversations about everyday, mundane topics among three dual-income families to explore how family communication creates a special kind of meaning and a sense of distinctive group coherence within the family., A husband echoes back words that his wife said to him hours before as a way of teasing her. A parent always uses a particular word when instructing her child not to talk during naptime. A mother and family friend repeat each other's instructions as they supervise a child at a shopping mall. Our everyday conversations necessarily are made up of "old" elements of language-words, phrases, paralinguistic features, syntactic structures, speech acts, and stories-that have been used before, which we recontextualize and reshape in new and creative ways. In Making Meanings, Creating Family, Cynthia Gordon integrates theories of intertextuality and framing in order to explore how and why family members repeat one another's words in everyday talk, as well as the interactive effects of those repetitions. Analyzing the discourse of three dual-income American families who recorded their own conversations over the course of one week, Gordon demonstrates how repetition serves as a crucial means of creating the complex, shared meanings that give each family its distinctive identity. Making Meanings, Creating Family takes an interactional sociolinguistic approach, drawing on theories from linguistics, communication, sociology, anthropology, and psychology. Its presentation and analysis of transcribed family encounters will be of interest to scholars and students of communication studies, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, and psychology-especially those interested in family discourse. Its engagement with intertextuality as theory and methodology will appeal to researchers in media, literary, and cultural studies., 1. Introduction: Intertextuality and Framing in Family Discourse ; 2. "All right my love?" "All right my dove": Extreme Intextuality and "Framing Family" ; 3. "Tell Uncle Noodles what you did today": Intertextuality, Child-centered Frames, and "Extending Family" ; 4. "You're the superior subject": Layering Meanings by Creating Overlapping and Embedded Frame ; 5. "Kelly, I think that hole must mean Tigger": Blending Frames and Reframing in Interaction ; 6. Conclusion: Intetextuality, Framing, and the Study of Family Discourse ; Postscript: "Old habits never die, they just mutate" ; Appendix: Transcription Conventions ; Notes ; References ; Index, Cynthia Gordons meticulous and stunningly insightful analysis of a unique data set demonstrates how family members make use of, and create, frames by repeating and transforming earlier utterances in their daily conversations. A truly groundbreaking book that enriches our understanding of framing, intertextuality, family interaction, and the interrelationship among them. Deborah Tannen, Georgetown University, Cynthia Gordon is Assistant Professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, Syracuse University. She is the co-editor of Family Talk: Discourse and Identity in Four American Families.
    12,00  TL80,00  TL
  • Make Room for Daddy: The Journey from Waiting Room to Birthing Room

    Make Room for Daddy: The Journey from Waiting Room to Birthing Room

    Sert Kapak
    In Make Room for Daddy, historian Judith Walzer Leavitt offers a fascinating look at an important but long-neglected aspect of childbirth in America—the changing role of the expectant father.Leavitt uses fathers' first-hand accounts from letters, journals, and personal interviews along with hospital records and medical literature to offer a new perspective on the changing role of expectant fathers from the 1940s to the 1980s. She shows how, as men moved first from the hospital waiting room to the labor room in the 1960s, and then on to the delivery and birthing rooms in the 1970s and 1980s, they became progressively more involved in the birth experience and their influence over events expanded. With careful attention to power and privilege, Leavitt charts not only the increasing involvement of fathers, but also medical inequalities, the impact of race and class, and the evolution of hospital policies.Heavily illustrated with more than seventy images from medical literature, films, and television shows such as I Love Lucy, All in the Family, and Happy Days and from popular magazines including Ebony and McCall's, this book explores popular depictions as well as the real experiences of fathers across the country. Telling much of the story using fathers' and mothers' own voices, this engaging book will strike a chord with many readers, reminding them of their own experiences even as it offers important new insights into childbirth in modern America.
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  • Baby Markets: Money and the New Politics of Creating Families

    Baby Markets: Money and the New Politics of Creating Families

    Karton Kapak
    From Michael Jackson and Madonna to Nadya Suleman and Jon and Kate Gosselin, creating families can no longer be described by heterosexual reproduction in the intimacy of a couple's home and the privacy of their bedroom. On the contrary, babies can be brought into families through complex matrixes involving lawyers, coordinators, surrogates, "brokers," donors, sellers, and endocrinologists, and without any traditional forms of intimacy. Mostly, these baby acquisitions are legal, but in some cases black markets are involved. In direct response to the need and desire to parent, men, women, and couples - gay and straight - have turned to viable, alternative means: baby markets. The marketplace for creating families spans transnational borders and encompasses international adoptions with exorbitant fees attached to the purchasing of ova and sperm and the leasing of wombs. For as much as these processes are in public view, rarely do we consider them for what they are: baby markets. This book examines the ways in which Westerners create families through private, market processes. From homosexual couples skirting Mother Nature by going to the assisted reproductive realm and buying the sperm or ova that will complete the reproductive process, to Americans traveling abroad to acquire children in China, Korea, or Ethiopia, market dynamics influence how babies and toddlers come into Western families. Equally, some contributors push back at the notion that markets appropriately describe contemporary adoptions and assisted reproduction. Michele Bratcher Goodwin and a group of contributing experts explore how financial interests, aesthetic preferences, pop culture, children's needs, race, class, sex, religion, and social customs influence who benefits from and who is hurt by the law and economics of baby markets.
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  • How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-at-Work Moms

    How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-at-Work Moms

    Karton Kapak
    "A book that many mothers...might find to be a life-saver. Or, more accurately, a sanity-saver." (USA Today) Yes, some women are opting out of their careers, taking an "off-ramp," and heading home to raise their babies. But millions of us cannot afford to make that choice. And millions more choose to work because we love our careers. So how are women holding on to financially necessary or stimulating and rewarding careers and still being engaged mothers? Wendy Sachs, journalist and mother of two, set out to find what's really happening at the intersection of motherhood and work today. Based on her in-depth interviews with mothers from diverse backgrounds, How She Really Does It explores the creative and courageous ways in which stay-at- work moms are making it happen. Here are the moms next door-as well as lawyers, doctors, entrepreneurs, fashion designers, journalists, and television personalities-who are navigating the everyday work/home conflicts, and, yes, dealing with the guilt. Through it all, they are empowered career women and caring, present mothers. A modern working woman's survival guide, How She Really Does It will give you hope that even if you can't have it all, you can have at least some of it all of the time.
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  • Joining Society: Social Interaction and Learning in Adolescence and Youth

    Joining Society: Social Interaction and Learning in Adolescence and Youth

    Karton Kapak
    This study addresses a timely and crucial topic, the socialization of today's youth, by asking such precise questions as--What are the young socialized for? Which skills, modes of thinking or action are required of them and what are their developmental values? All too often, socialization tends to be viewed within the confines of a particular geographical or cultural situation. The multi-national contributors bring an international perspective to the problem of socialization in work and adult life by emphasizing common issues facing youth around the world.
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  • Targeting Autism: What We Know, Don't Know, and Can Do to Help Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Targeting Autism: What We Know, Don't Know, and Can Do to Help Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

    Karton Kapak
    Targeting Autism reaches out to everyone who lives with or cares about a young child with autism. First published in 1998 and updated in 2002, author Shirley Cohen has recast this best seller throughout to chart the dynamics of the autism world in the first years of the twenty-first century. In this expanded edition she provides specifics about the new developments that have modified the map of the world of autism or that may do so in the near future.
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  • The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development

    The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development

    Sert Kapak
    The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child Development is a definitive, accessible and up-to-date account of all aspects of child development. Written by an international team of leading experts, it adopts an interdisciplinary approach covering topics that range from neonatal development to education, encompassing pediatrics, neuroscience, theories and research methods, physical development, social development, cognitive development, psychopathology and parenting. The contributors also look at cultural issues, sex differences and the history of child development. Brian Hopkins is co-author of Crying as a Sign, a Symptom, and a Signal (Cambridge, 2000).
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  • Man will geliebt sein

    Man will geliebt sein

    Karton Kapak
    Eifersucht als produktive Kraft? Und ob! Max Frisch weiß davon zu berichten, genauso wie von all den anderen Höhen und Tiefen, die Frau und Mann zu durchleben haben, wenn sie es miteinander versuchen. Ohneeinander geht es freilich auch nicht, denn es gilt ja doch für jeden: Man will geliebt sein. »Es ist bemerkenswert, daß wir gerade von dem Menschen, den wir lieben, am mindesten aussagen können, wie er sei. Wir lieben ihn einfach. Eben darin besteht ja die Liebe, das Wunderbare an der Liebe, daß sie uns in der Schwebe des Lebendigen hält, in der Bereitschaft, einem Menschen zu folgen in allen seinen möglichen Entfaltungen.«
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  • Making Meanings, Creating Family: Intertextuality and Framing in Family Interaction

    Making Meanings, Creating Family: Intertextuality and Framing in Family Interaction

    Sert Kapak
    A husband echoes back words that his wife said to him hours before as a way of teasing her. A parent always uses a particular word when instructing her child not to talk during naptime. A mother and family friend repeat each other's instructions as they supervise a child at a shopping mall. Our everyday conversations necessarily are made up of "old" elements of language-words, phrases, paralinguistic features, syntactic structures, speech acts, and stories-that have been used before, which we recontextualize and reshape in new and creative ways.In Making Meanings, Creating Family, Cynthia Gordon integrates theories of intertextuality and framing in order to explore how and why family members repeat one another's words in everyday talk, as well as the interactive effects of those repetitions. Analyzing the discourse of three dual-income American families who recorded their own conversations over the course of one week, Gordon demonstrates how repetition serves as a crucial means of creating the complex, shared meanings that give each family its distinctive identity.Making Meanings, Creating Family takes an interactional sociolinguistic approach, drawing on theories from linguistics, communication, sociology, anthropology, and psychology. Its presentation and analysis of transcribed family encounters will be of interest to scholars and students of communication studies, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, and psychology-especially those interested in family discourse. Its engagement with intertextuality as theory and methodology will appeal to researchers in media, literary, and cultural studies.
    Temin Edilemiyor
  • Classroom Conversations: A Collection of Classics for Parents and Teachers

    Classroom Conversations: A Collection of Classics for Parents and Teachers

    Karton Kapak
    An outstanding collection of classic readings on teaching and learning from Dewey to Delpit—The age-old ritual of the parent-teacher conference will never be the same again.In Classroom Conversations, two generations of educators—a mother and daughter—point us to the great thinkers who have shaped their beliefs and practices in education, and who continue to influence teachers today. Nineteen essays by educators from Dewey to Delpit offer parents and new educators an education degree in a nutshell. The Milettas frame these touchstone texts with commentary explaining why these writers resonate for them, sharing not only the personal meanings they have derived from the selections but why these writings have endured in the field over time. Brief biographies set each author in context for the lay reader.As educational fads and jargon come and go, parents and teachers alike will appreciate and find value in the wisdom distilled here. Classroom Conversations will help experienced teachers find renewed meaning in these seminal essays and will help younger teachers discover just how important the work they do can be. For parents, the book will inform and enrich their understanding of their children's educational experience.Contributors include:, Cynthia Ballenger, Patricia Carini, Lisa Delpit, John Dewey, Eleanor Duckworth, Maxine Greene, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Peggy Macintosh, Sonia Nieto, Vivian Gussin Paley, Sylvia Ashton Warner, among others.
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