by Kay Hughes, Searching For Stanley Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Searching For Stanley book, World War II did not end in 1945 at least not for the Dwyer family of Hastings, Nebraska Nayeli Urquiza and Dardis McNamee, The Vienna Review For decades, Kay Hughes was unaware of her family s unresolved mystery. After her grandparents, Harold W. and Ellen Dwyer, received a telegram stating that their son 2nd Lt. Stanley Dwyer had become MIA over Austria on May 10, 1944, they began a relentless search. Left with only unanswered, nagging questions, they endured a lifelong private grief. Years later, one question would rekindle the search which, in turn, led Kay and her father, Harold E. Dwyer, Stanley s brother, on an intriguing journey across two continents and generations. In their quest to understand Stanley s fate, Kay and Harold developed friendships, visited with eyewitnesses, stood on hallowed ground, and observed the dedicated work of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command. In her poignant narrative, Kay details how clues salvaged in the charred rubble of a fi re revealed the essence of Stanley almost forgotten World War II hero. Searching for Stanley is a timeless, real-life tale that illustrates one family s dedication to finding their beloved Stanley who, like thousands of other American patriots, made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. UNTIL THEY ARE HOME
by Ajay Ramphul, Stanley S Noble Deeds Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Stanley S Noble Deeds book, Stanley was a kind and compassionate man killed by HIV. His soul went somewhere far away from Earth. He was judged for his good and bad deeds. His main purpose on Earth was to serve humanity, to free the world from social evils such as poverty, child abuse, AIDS, and other problems that he encountered in life. With much sacrifice, he helped a lot for people around the world, but he also encountered challenges among greedy and cruel people. Stanley kept on fighting for a better world. After judgment day, he was pronounced an earth angel, one of the saints. Despite Stanley's noble work, he died an ordinary man after leading a miserable life. Taking into consideration that he as one person could not change the world and that he encountered many obstacles in this battle, he still gave his best. At the heart of the story Stanley's Noble Deeds: An Inspiring Journey Beyond Life is the battle of good versus evil. It teaches everyone to always act good, because after death we have to answer for our actions and it then we learn about true karma. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/AjayRamphul
by Philippe Mather, Stanley Kubrick At Look Magazine Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Stanley Kubrick At Look Magazine book, From 1945 to 1950, during the formative years of his career, Stanley Kubrick worked as a photojournalist for Look magazine. Offering a comprehensive examination of the work he produced during this period, Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine sheds new light on the aesthetic and ideological factors that shaped his artistic voice. Tracing the links between his photojournalism and films, Philippe Mather shows how working at Look fostered Kubrick’s emerging talent for combining images and words to tell a story. Mather then demonstrates how exploring these links enhances our understanding of Kubrick’s approach to narrative structure – as well as his distinctive combinations of such genres as fiction and documentary, and fantasy and realism.
by Renita Coleman, Designing Experiments For The Social Sciences Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Designing Experiments For The Social Sciences book, "This book is a must for learning about the experimental design–from forming a research question to interpreting the results this text covers it all." –Sarah El Sayed, University of Texas at Arlington Designing Experiments for the Social Sciences: How to Plan, Create, and Execute Research Using Experiments is a practical, applied text for courses in experimental design. The text assumes that students have just a basic knowledge of the scientific method, and no statistics background is required. With its focus on how to effectively design experiments, rather than how to analyze them, the book concentrates on the stage where researchers are making decisions about procedural aspects of the experiment before interventions and treatments are given. Renita Coleman walks readers step-by-step on how to plan and execute experiments from the beginning by discussing choosing and collecting a sample, creating the stimuli and questionnaire, doing a manipulation check or pre-test, analyzing the data, and understanding and interpreting the results. Guidelines for deciding which elements are best used in the creation of a particular kind of experiment are also given. This title offers rich pedagogy, ethical considerations, and examples pertinent to all social science disciplines.
by Martin Dugard, Into Africa Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Into Africa book, In 1866 Britain's foremost explorer, Dr David Livingstone, went in search of the answer to an age-old geographical riddle: where was the source of the Nile? Livingstone set out with a large team, on a course that would lead through unmapped, seemingly impenetrable terrain into areas populated by fearsome man-eating tribes. Within weeks his expedition began to fall apart - his entourage deserted him and Livingstone vanished without trace. He would not be heard from again for two years. While debate raged in England over whether Livingstone could be found in the unmapped wilderness of the African interior, James Gordon Bennet, a brash young American newspaper tycoon, hatched a plan to capitalise on the world's fascination with the missing legend. He commissioned his star reporter, Henry Morton Stanley (born John Rowlands in Wales!), to search for Livingstone. Stanley undertook his quest with gusto, filing reports that captivated readers and dominated the front page of the New York Herald for months. INTO AFRICA traces the journeys of Livingstone and Stanley in alternating chapters. Livingstone's is one of trials and set-backs, that finds him alone and miles from civilisation. Stanley's is an awakening to the beauty of Africa, the grandeur of the landscape and the vivid diversity of its wildlife. It is also a journey that succeeds beyond his wildest dreams, clinching his place in history with the famous enquiry: 'Dr Livingstone, I presume?'. In this, the first book to examine the extraordinary physical challenges, political intrigue and larger-than-life personalities of this legendary story, Martin Dugard has opened a fascinating window on the golden age of exploration that will appeal to everyone's sense of adventure.