Social Sciences Directory

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Vol 2, No 5 (2013)

This issue of Social Sciences Directory (ISSN 2049-6869) features an article on a new model of supervision for practitioners of Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR); and the third group of proceedings of the 11th conference of theInternational Communal Studies Association (ICSA)

Table of Contents

A foreword from the Publisher PDF
 
Editor's letter PDF
 

Research Articles

Enhancing EMDR Clinical Supervision through the utilisation of an EMDR Process Model of Supervision and an EMDR Personnel Development Action Plan PDF
Derek Farrell, Paul Keenan, Lorraine Knibbs, Tim Jones

Conference Proceedings

Effective and inclusive decision-making and governance: the example of Steiner schools PDF
Saskia Heijne, John Buck
The role of shared space for the building and maintenance of community from the gender perspective - a longitudinal case study in a neighbourhood of Helsinki PDF
Liisa Horelli
From me to we to thee: ecovillages and the transition to integral community PDF
Karen Litfin
The archives of the Kibbutz movement as agent of memory PDF
Aharon Azati

Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors PDF
Dan Scott

Marketing & Promotional Materials

Social Sciences Directory and Humanities Directory 2pp flyer PDF
Dan Scott


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ISSN: 2049-6869