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Y Hirschfeld
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Yagel, B & N
By spending only 15-minutes a week, a busy couple can gain deeper understanding of each other and learn practical new techniques to strengthen their relationship.
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Yamamori; Chan
Offering an accurate and up-to-date history of the Chinese Church, this book full of personal testimonies of experiences of God's power will challenge and encourage everyone as the writers describe their walks of faith in a society very different from ours.
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Yamamoto, Isamu
The Unification Church and its founder, Dr. Sun Myung Moon, have been in the center of controversy because of their recruiting practices, their financial holdings, and their authoritarian style--including arranged, mass marriages. Most controversial in terms of its teachings in Dr. Moon's claim to b... (more)
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Speaker, journalist and bestselling author, Philip Yancey has travelled the world tackling the most challenging questions: Can God truly bring solace to the terrorised people of Mumbai, or the students who witnessed the murder of their classmates? Will the deep scars of racism ever heal in post-... (more)
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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
Commissioned by the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (CCETSW) to meet a need for high-quality learning materials on Unit O, this pack provides information on race, gender, sexual orientation, age and disability. The photocopiable materials contain a range of case studies and... (more)
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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown's personal account of growing up in East Africa up to the time of Idi Amin. Uganda in the 1950s had become home to a dispossessed Asian community who had left India in the decades before. Some came as indentured labourers, later becoming dukanwallas running their small dusty sho... (more)
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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
Whether launching an attack on asylum policy or deciding, upon reflection, that accepting her OBE was an offensive homage to the repressive British Empire, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is never far from controversy. Her columns in the Independent are required reading for all concerned with issues of race, a... (more)
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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
In this major publication, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown argues that we need to fundamentally rethink our approach to national identity, race and public culture. The old debate about multiculturalism cannot meet the challenge of reinventing identity and participation in a devolved Britain, a plural Europe an... (more)