Now widowed and walking even closer to Christ, Lindsay is remarried to Shaun's former attorney, Cody Vincini. Lindsay feels like she has been blessed with God's ultimate favor in her new life. However, she soon discovers that the sins, secrets, and mistakes of her past are rampantly invading her present and weaving dangerous and destructive paths to her very uncertain future.
Will Lindsay stand firm in her faith this time and let God guide her through the dramatic twists and turns of her new life, or will she again let human nature rule her decisions, actions, and reactions? Can she avoid getting pulled back into the situations she barely escaped before and walk away again with everything, including her life, intact?
The only woman Antonyo can't get over on is his no-nonsense mother, LaTrina. She struggles every day, trying to instill strong morals in her son and turn him into a good man, in spite of the example set by his deadbeat father.
LaTrina gives her life to Christ, and as she grows in her relationship with God, she does all in her power to convince Antonyo to do the same thing. Antonyo is impressed with the new person his mother is becoming, but he's certain that his life is fine exactly the way it is.
Can a mother's love and God's all-encompassing power, grace, and mercy change a young man from sinner to saint before Satan drags him into the pits of hell?
David Mathis and Toriyana Kent have been exclusively dating for several years, but David has just moved from Detroit to Phoenix. The pair do all they can to hold on to their relationship across the miles, but distance and the influences of a very beautiful woman, namely David's new pastor's assistant, put a strain on the trust and security they once shared.
Darrin Osborne and Maleeka Davis are engaged to be married; however, after four years and just as many engagement rings, they have yet to set an actual wedding date. Will Maleeka continue to wait patiently for Darrin to get his act together and make their love official, or will Mr. Gerald Miller succeed in showing her how a real man is supposed to take care of his woman?
Janice Jones shows readers that being a Christian couple doesn't always guarantee a happy, trouble-free relationship.
Carol Falender, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
"For many of us in mental health fields our "training" in supervision occurred on the job. We mirrored the examples of positive supervision we experienced or tried to avoid the pitfalls we associated with negative supervision experiences. But being a competent and proficient supervisor is far more than emulation or avoidance of past experience. It is a vital aspect of our jobs and requires a pedagogical approach steeped in best practices and evidence. Strength Based Clinical Supervision offers a comprehensive approach to providing sound clinical supervision and should be part of any training program for clinicians who will one day supervise, mentor, or instruct anyone entering the field of mental health services."
Carrie Fleider, MSW, LISW-S, Assistant Director for Training, Counseling and Consultation Services, The Ohio State University
As evidenced by the recent proliferation of books about positive psychology, there is a growing realization about the importance of focusing on an individual's strengths. Yet there has been little written about positive psychology that applies this approach to training and supervision. To fill this void, Strengths-Based Clinical Supervision combines the principles of positive psychology with research on effective supervision and training from various disciplines along with the characteristics of effective clinical supervisors.
Designed for use with courses on clinical supervision in psychology, counseling, social work, the book is also an ideal resource for supervisors of Masterís and Doctoral-level trainees as well as licensed professionals. It emphasizes practical applications and provides examples of questions and prompts to be used in supervision sessions. Chapters feature practical applications of key concepts as well as discussion questions to encourage retention of the material.Key Features:
Integrates the basic principles of positive psychology with those of effective supervision and trainingEmphasizes practical applications of positive psychology to clinical supervision across multiple disciplinesIncludes examples of questions and prompts to be used in actual supervision sessions
The parallel traditions of spinning and weaving and the sharing of stories through the spoken and written word shape the structure of this book: its warp is constituted by chapters written by researchers in education; its weft by the poems, plays, short stories and reflections of pre-service teachers. Both researchers and pre-service teachers consider the challenges of becoming writers, and the contradictions they encounter in transferring their understandings of being a writer to the teaching of writing with younger authors, and in conducting research as writing.
Weaving Words engages with emerging debates around what forms of writing are valued and supported within 21st century teaching and research; it demonstrates the power of writing for personal expression, suggesting that writing that is creative opens spaces for making meaning and for constructing the world that are important for practices of education and for research.
Elle Jones is living her dream. She's come to Italy on vacation, but when she learns legendary composer Dominic Corelli is holding open auditions for his next opera, she jumps at the chance to perform for him. Not only does the driven musician cast her as the lead in his latest opus, he arouses desire like nothing Elle has ever known. Elle knows she's playing with fire, but how can she resist Dominic's haunting melody of seduction?
Elle doesn't act like any diva Dominic's ever known. Music may be his mistress, but he's sinfully tempted by the voluptuous beauty with the voice of an angel. Will each of them end up singing a solo of unfulfilled yearning? Or, together, can they make the sweet, soul-stirring music that comes straight from the heart?
Who else to turn to but her best friend, Tucker Jones? Though the confirmed bachelor had no plans for a wife, much less a family, he can’t say “no” to Maggie. Especially after she insists the marriage will only be temporary, until she knows the baby is hers.
The only flaw in this plan for a short-term, platonic marriage? A long-term, simmering attraction that fires into a boil as hot and uncontrollable as the Texas summer sun. And a “temporary” union may not be nearly enough to quench the flames.
* A historic timeline pinpoints important moments in the efforts to define, diagnose, and relieve fibromyalgia
* A complete glossary helps readers understand potentially difficult medical terminology related to fibromyalgia
Army captain Luca Rossi hasn’t forgotten the dog who saved his life in Afghanistan. He just didn’t expect to be reunited with him on an Ohio soybean farm. Kai Westfield, the photojournalist who agreed to transport Amigo back to the States, has a different future in mind for the mutt that’s bringing her orphaned nephew out of his grief. This tranquil, beautiful place is also healing the wounded soldier…and Kai deserves credit, too. But she’s only holding down the fort here until her dad recovers his good health; she can’t wait to get back to the big city. Can Luca summon the strength to stop Kai—and the peaceful life he envisions with her—from slipping away for good?
When Hype learned of her betrayal, he set out on a mission to kill both Keisha and his label mate, Bling, but the plan went off track, and her uncle Patrick paid with his life. Keisha vowed to avenge her uncle’s death, but when she came face to face with her uncle’s killer, she got cold feet. She was taken hostage by the man she had betrayed, and he sold her to the highest bidder.
Now Keisha is waking up from a coma after all that trauma. Maybe it’s a good thing she has amnesia and can’t remember what happened to her. She finds herself in the arms of her estranged husband for a while—but that is short lived, as her memory resurfaces and she realizes that she’s sleeping with the devil. Keisha seeks comfort from Bling, and as she falls in love with him, she sets out on a mission to take what she believes belongs to her. She might just be setting herself up for more drama because his wife isn’t going to give him up without a fight.
Among the throngs of gold-seekers in California were artists, many self-taught, others formally trained, and their arrival produced an outpouring of artistic works that provide insights into Gold Rush events, personages, and attitudes. The best-known painting of the Gold Rush era, C.C. Nahl's Sunday Morning in the Mines (1872), was created nearly two decades after gold fever had subsided. By then the Gold Rush's mythic qualities were well established, and new allegories—particularly the American belief in the rewards of hard work and enterprise—can be seen on Nahl's canvas. Other works added to the image of California as a destination for ambitious dreamers, an image that prevails to this day. In bringing together a range of art and archival material such as artists' diaries and contemporary newspaper articles, The Art of the Gold Rush broadens our understanding of American culture during a memorable period in the nation's history.
This biography tells the story of a young, talented woman's meteoric rise in the entertainment industry. From a shy, demure Catholic schoolgirl growing up in Houston, Texas, Beyonce Knowles eventually morphed into the first African-American woman to win the Songwriter of the Year Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Pop Music Awards. The once-shy suburban schoolgirl has gone far beyond her original dream of becoming a first-rate musician and vocalist. With the assistance of her manager-father--former Xerox executive Mathew Knowles--and as lead singer of the R&B girl group Destiny's Child (the world's all-time bestselling female group), Beyonce has won 10 Grammy Awards and two Golden Globe nominations. Her albums have reached more than 20 million people worldwide, and she has become a cultural icon to music lovers everywhere as well as a role model for young women. Author Janice Arenofsky gives students and general readers alike an insightful look at a music and fashion icon who has a unique niche in popular culture today. Complete with photos, a timeline, and a thorough bibliography.
When he left Montana thirteen years ago, Cade Coulter swore he'd never return. But Joseph Coulter's first-born couldn't turn his back on the ailing family ranch. Or the woman who'd been given a home at the Triple C.
With his irresistible blend of danger and potent masculinity, Cade was the quintessential cowboy. But Mariah Jones believed that beneath the loner's gruff facade was a man who secretly longed to reconnect with his family. Why else would he have come back to Indian Springs? She'd made a promise to Cade's father—one she intended to keep. And now she was in danger of losing her own heart to the sexy, guarded rancher….
Over the course of several months we reached out to some of the best genre authors and proposed our idea.
Once we had our authors, we took a tarot deck and a list of all twenty-six names. We would read the author’s name, shuffle the deck, and draw a card.
That tarot card and its traits were all the authors had to go on.
The card was removed, the deck was reshuffled, and the next name was read off.
This anthology contains twenty-six stories based on the twenty-two cards of the Major Arcana and the four cards of the Minor Arcana.
Award-winning and New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to deal out twenty-six dark tales influenced by the Tarot.
When a car accident robs businesswoman Kyra Tierney of her best friend, she finds herself the proud—or rather, bewildered—mom of a newborn. She can hardly accept help from builder Dylan Jones, even though both she and the baby find him irresistible!
Christa Sullivan has been devoting herself to nursing her recently injured teenage daughter back to health and life. But when her daughter responds well to former rodeo cowboy Jace McCandless, how can she push him away…even if he has lost his way?
And a mom who's getting…hitched?
For Leila Foster, most guys aren't good enough— including too-hot detective Mark Duncan. And when her mother announces that she's getting remarried, Leila is utterly horrified. Now Leila's mom has a new lesson to teach her daughter about taking a risk on love…and it could be the hardest yet!
Serafina Callahan has always been the responsible one, sacrificing her dreams to keep her family’s Pennsylvania farm afloat. Now, after ten years of hard work, here comes someone who could change her life in a major way. All Sera has to do is say yes.
It would mean selling the place Callahans have lived on and owned for almost a century. But Sera’s starting to have major feelings for the big-city lawyer who flew home to negotiate the deal. While there’s a lot Sera isn’t sure of—Alex Kimmel’s motives, his questionable past in Bear Meadows—she can’t forget their kiss. Is it enough to build a brand-new dream on?
Set in New York City, Tamara's latest escapade is with her new boyfriend, Tyrone. Tyrone is ambitious and handsome, and Tamara intends to fulfill her dream of marital bliss with him, down to the white picket fence, dog, and two-point-five children. But good intentions never guarantee good results, and soon questions start popping up that challenge their relationship. Does he know her well enough? Is he enough of a challenge to keep her interest? Or will Tyrone fall by the wayside in Tamara's constant search for The One? When Tamara comes to the aid of an old flame who's gotten in legal trouble, her convoluted emotions become even more complicated. Her life quickly becomes a balancing act between her mother's sudden illness, the complex lives of her girlfriends, managing Tyrone, and keeping a dear friend out of jail. It all seems too much, but Tamara can always keep everything in satisfactory order -- or can she?
Robert Schnase astutely weaves theological insight, practical advice, and exemplary stories into an inspiring book for pastors and laity alike.
—L. Gregory Jones, Dean and Professor of Theology, Duke Divinity School
Robert Schnase’s words are thoughtful, provocative, and challenging. Any congregation will find encouragement and insight to deepen faithfulness and multiply fruitfulness.
—Lovett H. Weems, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Church Leadership, Wesley Theological Seminary
Stimulating. Challenging. Uniquely helpful. Bishop Schnase gives us powerful language, rich examples, and practical suggestions for fulfilling the mission God gives us.
—Janice Riggle Huie, Bishop of the Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church
Pervasive themes in Bowie’s output include change, time, apocalypse, dancing, mind-body dualism, and spirituality. In the dualistic universe that undergirds his lyrics, body consistently wins over mind, but body is nevertheless on the hook of moral responsibility. There is thus an inherent tension: the overwhelming desires of bodily drives versus the repressive institutions such as church and the omnipresent “They” who would have us do otherwise than our body want. The emergent paradox in Bowie is that for all his alleged sexual indulgences, in the end mind trumps body.
Luke Travis may be a father, but he’s never really been a dad to Ben. When the nine-year-old enrolls at the boarding school where Luke works, Luke knows it’s time to step up. Except his son wants nothing to do with him. And then there’s Kat Molloy, the child therapist whose “help” conflicts with everything he believes about raising kids. Some part of him realizes they both want what’s best for Ben—and that same part of him wonders why he’s so drawn to Kat despite their differences. But Luke can’t risk letting romance get in the way of his relationship with his son…
"Career changes are a fact of life in today's world, and they will accelerate tomorrow. Knowing how best to compete is critical for people from 30 to 70. Reals Ellig and Morin give you the tools to make your next job yours . . . Read it cover to cover-then read it again."
-Jon A. Boscia, Chairman & CEO, Lincoln Financial Group
"I wish I had had the opportunity to read a book like Driving the Career Highway when I was starting my career. The 'warning signs' would have saved me hitting several 'bumps' in my career road. Very useful read!"
-Susan Whiting, CEO, Nielsen Media
"This book is unique in that it provides insightful and useful help for those faced with or considering mid career change. Packed with pragmatic advice as well as tremendous tools to assist in doing a self assessment and planning career changes. In this rapidly changing world with constantly changing organizations, almost everyone will at some time need to read this book."
-David A. Nadler, PhD.
Vice Chairman, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
"As we manage to get through the traffic every day it has become second nature to us to watch for signals and road signs. Why would that be any different as we are trying to manage our careers?"
General Manager, Human Resources
"Janice Reals Ellig and Bill Morin have done it again. For anyone whose career could use an overhaul-or even just a tune-up-Driving the Career Highway is a must-read. Loaded with fresh insights and practical, down-to-earth wisdom, it's an indispensable guidebook for navigating the murky terrain of corporate success today."
- Fortune Magazine's expert career columnist Ms. Anne Fisher ("Ask Annie"), Career columnist, CNNmoney.com
"Organizations have changed and as a result so have careers. This is a valuable road map of the new career highways."
-Professor Edward E. Lawler, III, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California and Author of Built to Change
"The prospect of a job search change or a career change can be a frightening experience, especially for those in mid-career. Reals Ellig and Morin provide simple and straight forward tips for how to make career transitions more manageable and successful."
-Charles Tharp, Ph.D., Professor Human Resource Management, Rutgers University
"When career change occurs-especially when it's not of our choosing-even the smartest and most successful of us struggle with how to cope and survive. Reals Ellig and Morin offer professionals specific, practical ways to manage their careers through what are often very frightening periods."
-Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., J.D., SPHR
Sr. Vice President, Human Resources
"A practical guidebook for almost any point on the career highway. It's the next best thing to a personal coaching session with Bill or Janice. Share it with your coach/mentor and get ready to hit the accelerator !"
-Diane Gulyas, Group Vice President Dupont
"This is an inspirational and optimistic book because it gives the reader a clear road-map on how to self-manage a career."
-Mike Critelli, Chairman & CEO, Pitney Bowes
"Bill and Janice provide an indispensable map for reaching your career dream destination."
-Peter Thedinga, Bank of America
This Harlequin Heartwarming box set includes:
HIS TWIN BABY SURPRISE
by Patricia Forsythe
Real‐estate agent Lisa Thomas's jam‐packed schedule is about to get even busier—she's the new acting mayor and she's pregnant! But will becoming a father finally make globe‐trotting former football star Ben McAdams settle down?
WITH NO RESERVATIONS
by Laurie Tomlinson
Popular food blogger Sloane Bradley's reclusive life is a far cry from the bright one she portrays online, still reeling from her best friend's death by car crash when Sloane was behind the wheel. But when she's assigned to promote a restaurant opening helmed by a restaurateur heir with bad‐boy notoriety, Sloane is forced out of her comfort zone…for better or for worse!
AN ALLEGHNEY HOMECOMING
Home to Bear Meadows
by T. R. McClure
Searching for a big story, journalist Wendy Valentine finds herself caught up in a tangled web of secrets when former army medic Josh Hunter returns to town wanting to right the wrongs from his past.
LAST CHANCE COWBOY
by Leigh Riker
Rancher Grey Wilson thought cattle rustlers were the worst of his problems—until the woman who broke his heart a decade ago came back to town. But it's not Shadow's return that's thrown Grey's life into chaos. It's the nine‐year‐old girl Shadow claims is their daughter.
Surviving the Habit, a Nicotine Addict’s Guide to Quitting Smoking, is your call to become a smokeless survivor. The program is designed using six narrative chapters each with a corresponding workbook to help tobacco users conquer their craving cycle and quit smoking for good. Your program will begin with desire building work to develop a quitting thought process. You will become familiar with nicotine dependency/tobacco use disorder and the idea of being a nicotine addict.
You will be use tools such as a smoker’s time table and a food intake formula to begin quitting and avoid weight gain. You will develop a relapse prevention plan using five unique concepts and will be given tools to integrate spirituality into your daily life.
Life turned Jackie into a crack-smoking predator who hunted her tricks down for money. Her life seemed destined for disaster, but she had no way of knowing that being sent to the state penitentiary would actually save her life.
Once in prison, she worked hard to turn her life around so she might have the hope of a better life on the outside. Now released, she finds everything could come tumbling down around her, thanks to a simple mistake. Frustrated and afraid, she makes another bad decision; she might well turn back into the person she was before her arrest. After all, inside, she had a job, a bed, and three solid meals. Outside, she has fifty bucks and no hope.
Now, the daughters she abandoned years ago may re-enter her life—not something she wants to see realized. Can she overcome the mistakes of her past—or even avoid the mistakes of her present?
Jackie knows that some of the paths we walk down in life aren’t chosen.
April knows her job as maid of honor is to fulfill her sister’s every wish—whatever the bride wants, she will have. Unless it involves Jack Vaughn.
April Quinn loves her sister and wants to make sure the week of her wedding is the happiest of her life, even if it means putting up with Kristin’s every crazy whim. But when Kristin hires Jack Vaughn as the wedding singer, all sisterly devotion flies out the window. No way will she work with Jack after what he stole from her.
Jack Vaughn is supposed be beyond these small gigs. After all, he’s on the cusp of launching his first headlining tour. But accepting the job was a spur-of-the-moment decision, and it will mean seeing April again. Surely she has forgiven him for that one lapse of judgment so long ago—the decision that shot him to stardom and left her behind, writing songs and waiting tables.
As April and Jack keep appearances for the sake of Kristen’s happiness, they rediscover a chemistry that never quite fizzled out. But will they be able to rewrite two solos into a timeless duet?
And so, is Walker Judson truly a healer-gone-bad or a saintly soul whose paranormal talents are misunderstood?
Ultimately, you, the reader must decide.
Today's news is rife with stories of physical and emotional abuse on the part of Catholic priests, Buddhist monks, as well as school teachers and sports coaches. Furthermore, cults such as the People's Temple, at the behest of their leader, Jim Jones, require followers to commit mass suicide. On another vein, politicians, athletes, and entertainers, Bill Clinton, Anthony Weiner, Tiger Woods, and Michael Jackson--to name a few--violate the trust of family and supporters, destroying lives in the process.
So why are tales of manipulation and abuse so rampant among the powerful? Then again, why are followers so easily swayed that they cast aside common sense and discernment?
The Worship of Walker Judson, an award winning novel, explores the misuse of power and the ease with which seekers relinquish it. Psychic phenomena, cultism, mystics and madmen, the retelling of the Christ story in the context of the persecuted healer, along with the role of personal choice versus karmic destiny are also examined in this novel.
The World Broke in Two tells the fascinating story of the intellectual and personal journeys four legendary writers, Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, and D. H. Lawrence, make over the course of one pivotal year. As 1922 begins, all four are literally at a loss for words, confronting an uncertain creative future despite success in the past. The literary ground is shifting, as Ulysses is published in February and Proust’s In Search of Lost Time begins to be published in England in the autumn. Yet, dismal as their prospects seemed in January, by the end of the year Woolf has started Mrs. Dalloway, Forster has, for the first time in nearly a decade, returned to work on the novel that will become A Passage to India, Lawrence has written Kangaroo, his unjustly neglected and most autobiographical novel, and Eliot has finished—and published to acclaim—“The Waste Land."
As Willa Cather put it, “The world broke in two in 1922 or thereabouts,” and what these writers were struggling with that year was in fact the invention of modernism. Based on original research, Bill Goldstein's The World Broke in Two captures both the literary breakthroughs and the intense personal dramas of these beloved writers as they strive for greatness.
Look for 4 compelling new stories every month from Harlequin Romance!
The Barrens by F. Paul Wilson. New York Times Bestselling Author. A cosmic horror tale in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Genuine pinelands lore painted with a Lovecraftian palette. Creighton reenters his old girlfriend's life, saying he's researching the myth of the Jersey Devil. But he has a much darker agenda.
Control+Alt+Delete by Rachel Aukes. Amazon Bestselling Author. In the near-future where we are monitored every minute of every day, a law is passed that grants an Artificial Intelligence system the power to instantly "reform" anyone deemed a threat to society.
The Agent by Michael Koogler. Up-and-Coming Author. What would you give to have it all? What would you offer up for fame and fortune? Would you give up your very soul? Would you give up even more? Andre Rossell is an aspiring horror writer with a problem. He hasn't published anything. His life is a waste. He's going nowhere. Until his agent calls...
The Girl Next Door by E. McCarthy. New York Times Bestselling Author. In the old yellow fever wing of a female dorm in New Orleans, an empty sealed room holds nothing but a chair. Or does it? Student Sadie is determined to find out, at the risk of her own sanity... and her boyfriend's life.
Taps by Patrick Freivald. Bram Stoker Award-Nominated Author. A series of mysterious tapping sounds leads Molly into a darkness from which she may never emerge. Forward Base Fourteen by Patrick Freivald. Bram Stoker Award-Nominated Author. One of the last survivors of an outpost on the alien world of New Phoenix, Sarah DeSouza fights on against the Takers, who kill, reanimate and control their victims.
Funeral March of a Marionette by Lance Taubold. Award-Winning Author. Fourteen-year old Corey has always been picked on ... and worse by other kids and his stepfather. Through the magic of music Corey's nutcracker doll collection comes to life to do his bidding and to enact his revenge.
Gris Gris by Kathy Love. USA Today Bestselling Author. Elizabeth visits Madame Lucrece Dumas, New Orleans' most powerful Voodoo priestess, certain the Creole voodooiene can conjure a spell to protect her from a terrifying curse. But Elizabeth soon discovers there is something stronger than Voodoo magic. Revenge.
Where Billy Monasco Lay by Paul Mannering. Award-Winning Author. A band of outlaws making a run for Mexico wait by the Penasco River for the rest of their gang. Plagued by guilt after the horrific deaths of a bank full of innocent townsfolk, they meet God's justice in the form of a dead boy.
Alabaster Nights by Elle J. Rossi. Up-and-Coming Author. A Vampire with a soul. A Huntress with a knife. In Nashville, Blood equals Power. Will one taste of Josie Hawk cost Keller everything?
Snapped! by Richard Devin. USA Book Award Winner and Debut Author. No one knew where or when or how... it just happened. They Snapped. That's what people said. They Snapped. There wasn't any single sign, like you might expect there to be. No twitching or dying or convulsing. No outbreak of flu or some wide-spread contagious disease. Snap. They were human ... and then ... they were not.
Readers are reunited with Macy and Tobias as they continue their journey through the ups and downs of life. The story of their friend Emma's life unfolds and we discover details about her legacy, Sirens Hotel, and the ‘family’ of people who run it — all of whom have had their lives changed for the better by The Countess.
Macy's family and friends work harder than ever to try to broaden the boundaries of relationships and celebrate life and love in all its diversity, without prejudice. They learn that life is too short to hide your true self, so it is worth living to the fullest!
- task-based learning in the primary school;
- vocabulary development;
- intercultural understanding;
- Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) scenarios;
Innovative and rapidly emerging topics are covered, such as immersion teaching, picturebooks in the EFL classroom and English with pre-primary children.
Contributors. Lindon Barrett, Nancy Bentley, Gillian Brown, Russ Castronovo, Eric Cheyfitz, Michael Denning, Winfried Fluck, Carl Gutierrez-Jones, Dana Heller, Amy Kaplan, Paul Lauter, Günter H. Lenz, George Lipsitz, Lisa Lowe, Walter Benn Michaels, José Estaban Muñoz, Dana D. Nelson, Ricardo L. Ortiz, Janice Radway, John Carlos Rowe, William V. Spanos