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The Stones that the Builders Rejected: The Development of Ethical Leadership from the Black Church Tradition
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Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Marketing: Essential principles, new realities has been researched, developed and written primarily with the undergraduate and diploma-level student in mind. This student-oriented text, with its relaxed and free flowing language, provides the reader with material of a rigorous academic standard. Each chapter follows a set structure that has been designed to encourage discussion and raise issues for consideration and research: • introduction; • earning objectives; • chapter sub headings – key issues; • chapter summary; • exercises and questions for review and critical thinking. At the end of the book there are additional notes and references to support student learning. Written by authors from both an academic and practitioner background, this new textbook offers an excellent introduction to the subject for the next generation of marketers and business people. Contents : Introduction • What is marketing? • The business and marketing environment • Ethical marketing and social responsibility • Buyer behaviour • Segmenting, positioning and targeting • Marketing research • Marketing and strategy • Products and brands • Price and pricing strategies • Promotion part 1 • Promotion part 2 • People, physical evidence and process • Placement, distribution and logistics • Marketing across borders: the international dimension • Application: bringing the elements together Printed Pages: 560., Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004, Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Marketing: Essential principles, new realities has been researched, developed and written primarily with the undergraduate and diploma-level student in mind. This student-oriented text, with its relaxed and free flowing language, provides the reader with material of a rigorous academic standard. Each chapter follows a set structure that has been designed to encourage discussion and raise issues for consideration and research: • introduction; • earning objectives; • chapter sub headings – key issues; • chapter summary; • exercises and questions for review and critical thinking. At the end of the book there are additional notes and references to support student learning. Written by authors from both an academic and practitioner background, this new textbook offers an excellent introduction to the subject for the next generation of marketers and business people. Contents : Introduction • What is marketing? • The business and marketing environment • Ethical marketing and social responsibility • Buyer behaviour • Segmenting, positioning and targeting • Marketing research • Marketing and strategy • Products and brands • Price and pricing strategies • Promotion part 1 • Promotion part 2 • People, physical evidence and process • Placement, distribution and logistics • Marketing across borders: the international dimension • Application: bringing the elements together Printed Pages: 560., Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004, Peter Smith Pub Inc. Hardcover. 0844625299 1978 reprint, Peter Smith (Gloucester, Massachusetts), 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches tall pale orange cloth hardbound, no dust jacket, black lettering to spine, 270 pp. Moderate to heavy soiling, rubbing and edgewear to covers. Ink underlining and marginalia to a majority of pages. Still, a decent reading / reference copy, offered at a bargain price. ~GGG~ Contents: Preface; The ego and its relation to others; Sketch of a phenomenology and a metaphysic of hope; The mystery of the family; The creative vow as essence of fatherhood; Obedience and fidelity; Value and immortality; Dangerous situation of ethical values; Being and nothingness; The refusal of salvation and the exaltation of the man of absurdity; Rilke: a witness to the spiritual. . Fair. 1978., Peter Smith Pub Inc, 1978, Bloomsbury T&T Clark. PAPERBACK. 1563382350 1998 first edition Trinity Press International (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches tall trade paperback, xii, 115 pp. Ex-theology library copy, with labels to front cover, withdrawn bookplate to verso of front cover, accession marks in pencil to title page and stamps to copyright page, last page of index and top and bottom page edges. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. An excellent reading copy. ~SP17~ This volume is a contribution to the search for America's soul, with special emphasis on the black church tradition. Six outstanding black scholars, women and men, build on the hypothesis that because of its distinctive socio-cultural location and long history of producing quality leadership despite inadequate material and social resources, the black church tradition is a prime candidate for offering direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities. Contents - Introduction : the failure of ethical leadership and the challenge of hope / Walter Earl Fluker; Moral development for African-American leadership / Peter J. Paris; Living into the bonds of justice : a challenge for ethical leadership into the twenty-first century / Marcia Y. Riggs; Normative biblical motifs in African-American women leaders' moral discourse : Maria Stewart's autobiography as a resource for nurturing leadership from the black church tradition / Clarice J. Martin; Keeping faith with the people : reflections on ethics, leadership, and African-American women's historical experience / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes; Retrieving and reappropriating the values of the black church tradition through written narratives / Carolyn C. Denard; Ethical leadership in black America : Malcolm X, urban youth culture, and the resurgence of nationalism / Michael Eric Dyson. Editor and author Walter Earl Fluker is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership, the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership at Boston University School of Theology. He was founding executive director of the Leadership Center and Professor of Leadership Studies at Morehouse College. . Fair. 1998. First Edition., Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 1998

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Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Marketing: Essential principles, new realities has been researched, developed and written primarily with the undergraduate and diploma-level student in mind. This student-oriented text, with its relaxed and free flowing language, provides the reader with material of a rigorous academic standard. Each chapter follows a set structure that has been designed to encourage discussion and raise issues for consideration and research: • introduction; • earning objectives; • chapter sub headings – key issues; • chapter summary; • exercises and questions for review and critical thinking. At the end of the book there are additional notes and references to support student learning. Written by authors from both an academic and practitioner background, this new textbook offers an excellent introduction to the subject for the next generation of marketers and business people. Contents : Introduction • What is marketing? • The business and marketing environment • Ethical marketing and social responsibility • Buyer behaviour • Segmenting, positioning and targeting • Marketing research • Marketing and strategy • Products and brands • Price and pricing strategies • Promotion part 1 • Promotion part 2 • People, physical evidence and process • Placement, distribution and logistics • Marketing across borders: the international dimension • Application: bringing the elements together Printed Pages: 560., Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004, Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Marketing: Essential principles, new realities has been researched, developed and written primarily with the undergraduate and diploma-level student in mind. This student-oriented text, with its relaxed and free flowing language, provides the reader with material of a rigorous academic standard. Each chapter follows a set structure that has been designed to encourage discussion and raise issues for consideration and research: • introduction; • earning objectives; • chapter sub headings – key issues; • chapter summary; • exercises and questions for review and critical thinking. At the end of the book there are additional notes and references to support student learning. Written by authors from both an academic and practitioner background, this new textbook offers an excellent introduction to the subject for the next generation of marketers and business people. Contents : Introduction • What is marketing? • The business and marketing environment • Ethical marketing and social responsibility • Buyer behaviour • Segmenting, positioning and targeting • Marketing research • Marketing and strategy • Products and brands • Price and pricing strategies • Promotion part 1 • Promotion part 2 • People, physical evidence and process • Placement, distribution and logistics • Marketing across borders: the international dimension • Application: bringing the elements together Printed Pages: 560., Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books, 2004, Bloomsbury T&T Clark. PAPERBACK. 1563382350 1998 first edition Trinity Press International (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches tall trade paperback, xii, 115 pp. Ex-theology library copy, with labels to front cover, withdrawn bookplate to verso of front cover, accession marks in pencil to title page and stamps to copyright page, last page of index and top and bottom page edges. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. An excellent reading copy. ~SP17~ This volume is a contribution to the search for America's soul, with special emphasis on the black church tradition. Six outstanding black scholars, women and men, build on the hypothesis that because of its distinctive socio-cultural location and long history of producing quality leadership despite inadequate material and social resources, the black church tradition is a prime candidate for offering direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities. Contents - Introduction : the failure of ethical leadership and the challenge of hope / Walter Earl Fluker; Moral development for African-American leadership / Peter J. Paris; Living into the bonds of justice : a challenge for ethical leadership into the twenty-first century / Marcia Y. Riggs; Normative biblical motifs in African-American women leaders' moral discourse : Maria Stewart's autobiography as a resource for nurturing leadership from the black church tradition / Clarice J. Martin; Keeping faith with the people : reflections on ethics, leadership, and African-American women's historical experience / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes; Retrieving and reappropriating the values of the black church tradition through written narratives / Carolyn C. Denard; Ethical leadership in black America : Malcolm X, urban youth culture, and the resurgence of nationalism / Michael Eric Dyson. Editor and author Walter Earl Fluker is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership, the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership at Boston University School of Theology. He was founding executive director of the Leadership Center and Professor of Leadership Studies at Morehouse College. . Fair. 1998. First Edition., Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 1998

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Bloomsbury T&T Clark. PAPERBACK. 1563382350 1998 first edition Trinity Press International (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches tall trade paperback, xii, 115 pp. Ex-theology library copy, with labels to front cover, withdrawn bookplate to verso of front cover, accession marks in pencil to title page and stamps to copyright page, last page of index and top and bottom page edges. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. An excellent reading copy. ~SP17~ This volume is a contribution to the search for America's soul, with special emphasis on the black church tradition. Six outstanding black scholars, women and men, build on the hypothesis that because of its distinctive socio-cultural location and long history of producing quality leadership despite inadequate material and social resources, the black church tradition is a prime candidate for offering direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities. Contents - Introduction : the failure of ethical leadership and the challenge of hope / Walter Earl Fluker; Moral development for African-American leadership / Peter J. Paris; Living into the bonds of justice : a challenge for ethical leadership into the twenty-first century / Marcia Y. Riggs; Normative biblical motifs in African-American women leaders' moral discourse : Maria Stewart's autobiography as a resource for nurturing leadership from the black church tradition / Clarice J. Martin; Keeping faith with the people : reflections on ethics, leadership, and African-American women's historical experience / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes; Retrieving and reappropriating the values of the black church tradition through written narratives / Carolyn C. Denard; Ethical leadership in black America : Malcolm X, urban youth culture, and the resurgence of nationalism / Michael Eric Dyson. Editor and author Walter Earl Fluker is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership, the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership at Boston University School of Theology. He was founding executive director of the Leadership Center and Professor of Leadership Studies at Morehouse College. . Fair. 1998. First Edition., Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 1998

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[EAN: 9781563382352], Gebraucht, [PU: Bloomsbury T&T Clark], 1563382350 1998 first edition Trinity Press International (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches tall trade paperback, xii, 115 pp. Ex-theology library copy, with labels to front cover, withdrawn bookplate to verso of front cover, accession marks in pencil to title page and stamps to copyright page, last page of index and top and bottom page edges. Otherwise, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked. An excellent reading copy. ~SP17~ This volume is a contribution to the search for America's soul, with special emphasis on the black church tradition. Six outstanding black scholars, women and men, build on the hypothesis that because of its distinctive socio-cultural location and long history of producing quality leadership despite inadequate material and social resources, the black church tradition is a prime candidate for offering direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities. Contents - Introduction : the failure of ethical leadership and the challenge of hope / Walter Earl Fluker; Moral development for African-American leadership / Peter J. Paris; Living into the bonds of justice : a challenge for ethical leadership into the twenty-first century / Marcia Y. Riggs; Normative biblical motifs in African-American women leaders' moral discourse : Maria Stewart's autobiography as a resource for nurturing leadership from the black church tradition / Clarice J. Martin; Keeping faith with the people : reflections on ethics, leadership, and African-American women's historical experience / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes; Retrieving and reappropriating the values of the black church tradition through written narratives / Carolyn C. Denard; Ethical leadership in black America : Malcolm X, urban youth culture, and the resurgence of nationalism / Michael Eric Dyson. Editor and author Walter Earl Fluker is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership, the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership at Boston University School of Theology. He was founding executive director of the Leadership Center and Professor of Leadership Studies at Morehouse College.

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This book's title, "the stones that the builders rejected" (Psalm 118:22), refers to "history's black absent ones" who may indeed have much more to say about the nature of moral discourse and redemption of America's soul than has previously been acknowledged.In the book, six outstanding black scholars, women and men, build on the hypothesis that, because of its distinctive socio-cultural location and long history of producing quality leadership despite inadequate material and social resources, the black church tradition is a prime candidate for offering direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities. Contributors include: Peter Paris, Princeton Theological Seminary; Marcia Y. Riggs, Columbia Theological Seminary; Clarice J. Martin, Colgate Rochester Divinity School; Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Colby College; Carolyn C. Denard, Georgia State University; and Michael Eric Dyson, Columbia University.While the authors offer distinct methodological approaches for understanding ethical leadership, all express the need to return to some of the powerful resources of the past as a way of rethinking appropriate forms and styles of leadership in the lives of African Americans and the nation at large.The editor, Walter E. Fluker, is Project Director of the National Resource Center for the Development of Ethical Leadership from the Black Church Tradition at Colgate Rochester Divinity School. african-american studies,christian books and bibles,christian living,christianity,church history,history,humanities,other religions practices and sacred texts,politics and social sciences,religion and spirituality Other Religions, Practices & Sacred Texts, Bloomsbury T & T Clark

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Stones That the Builders Rejected: The Development of Ethical Leadership from the Black Church Tradition
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Visotzky, Burton L

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Six black scholars build on the hypothesis that the black church tradition offers new direction for the development of leaders for today's national and global communities.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781563382352
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1563382350
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Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: TRINITY PR INTL
128 Pages
Weight: 0,177 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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