They feel out of touch with things that are in and happening in the adolescents world. Above all, they are in constant fear of their children experimenting with drugs, alcohol and sex.
In this book, noted psychologist Sumati Ghosh offers some invaluable tips to parents who wish to genuinely understand and help their children through the upheavals of adolescence. Beginning with the physiological effects, she goes on to discuss issues that are central to a teenagers life, like social pressures, attitudes and relationships.
Through a number of illustrative case studies, she discusses the typical problems a young person faces, and indicates how these can be tackled most effectively. Finally, she offers a troubleshooting guide for the parent, providing a checklist of the danger signals that indicate maladjustment in a teenager.
Full of information and insights into the patterns of adolescent behaviour, this is a much-needed and necessary companion to positive parenting in our times(less)
The problem of animal psychology. 2.
The problem of animal instinct. 3.
The problem of animal learning. 4.
The problem of animal intelligence. 5.
The problem of animal understanding. 6.
The problem of animal ideation. 7.
The problem of animal world. Bibliography.
Index. From the preface: "The reader will not expect to find in the pages of a book of such a modest size as this a full account of all facts known in the field of animal psychology and of all theories built on these facts.
The author has rather preferred to follow, and to work out, one particular line of thought, to wit: the idea that the instincts, as they are defined on page 38 of this book, are the spring and basis of all animal behaviour (with the exception perhaps of play), and therewith the core of the animal's mind, and that individual experience, gathered by the animal in(less)
2. Indian accounting standards 2: inventories.
3. Indian accounting standards 7: statements of cash flows.
4. Indian accounting standards 8: accounting policies, changes in accounting estimates and errors.
5. Indian accounting standards 10: events after the reporting period.
6. Indian accounting standards 11: construction contracts.
7. Indian accounting standards 12: income taxes.
8. Indian accounting standards 16: property , plant and equipment.
9. Indian accounting standards 17 : leases.
10. Indian accounting standards 18: revenue.
11. Indian accounting standards 19: employee benefits.
12. Indian accounting standards 20 : accounting for government grants and disclosure of government assistance.
13. Indian accounting standards 21: the effects of changes in foreign exchange rates.
14. Indian accounting standards 23: borrowing costs.
15. Indian accounting standards 24 : related party disclosures.
16. Indian accounting standards 27: consolidated and separate financial statements.
17. Indian accounting standards 28 : investment in(less)
Also featured are excerpts from works in progress. Non-fiction Soonoo Taraporewala, Tsering Wangmo Dhompa, Colin L.
Fernandes, Suresh Chandvankar, Rama Lakshmi, Shweta Sarda, Michel Danino, Sneha Rajaram, Atia Hussein Fiction Richard Simon, Gitanjali Kolanad, Kavitha Mandanna, Samina Mishra, Vivek Nityananda, Dev Makhija, Aparijith Ramnath quotes It s a . .
. wonder that despite its uncertain commercial prospects, certain publishers remain resolute in their quest to discover and nurture new writing, driven possibly by the conviction that in the sea of unheard voices, there are several worth listening to and taking a chance on.
[First Proof is] worth waiting for. Year after year The Hindu This anthology traverses an impressive trajectory The Statesman Unputdownable variety [of fiction and non-fiction](less)
The book is profusely illustrated with Indian studies to explain, accept or refute and provide empirical support to various theories and concepts in the Indian context. The objective of the book is to help readers develop information processing, problem solving the decision making abilities.
Key Features : The focus of the book is on applications. Case studies given in the book would help the readers to develop problem solving abilities and to see how a concept is translated in practice in organisations.
The exercises and questionnaires provided at the end of the chapters would help the readers to examine and appreciate the processes of decision making and information sharing in organisations . The book also provides practical solutions to OB-related problems in organisations, which can form the blueprint for action.
With its coverage and focus, the book is an indispensable text for all postgraduate students of management. The book would be interesting to all undergraduate students of management who would want to enhance their knowledge in the area and aim to specialize in OB in PG.
It is also a valuable source of reference to managers and organisational researchers. About the Author : Mirza Saiyadain Currently Professor, School of Management, Universiti Sains, Malaysia.
Prior to this, he was teaching at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad. He is an active researcher, a consultants to various organisations, and has coordinated many executive development programmers.
Prof. Saiyadain has authored many books and contributed numerous article in Indian and foreign journals.
Table of Content : Chapter 1. Introduction to Organisational Behaviour Chapter 2.
Personality and Organisation Chapter 3. Work Motivation Chapter 4.
Job Satisfaction Chapter 5. Organisational Communication Chapter 6.
Leadership Chapter 7. Authority, Power, and Politics Chapter 8.
Managing Negotiation Chapter 9. Management of Change Chapter 10.
Team Management Chapter 11. Inter-group Relations: Cooperation, Competition and Conflict Chapter 12.
Organisational Stress and Its Management Chapter 13. Organisational Culture Chapter 14.
Organisation Structure and Design(less)
2. Adolescents and adolescence: a concept note.
3. Research design and methodology.
4. Labour force participation of adolescent girls.
5. Reproductive health issues.
6. Sex abuse and its effect.
7. Awareness of planned and safe motherhood.
8. Nutritional status of adolescent girls.
9. Adolescent girls and quality of life.
10. Opportunities and deprivation a gender based issues.
11. Social status, social mobility and family disorganisation of adolescent girls.
"The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development emphasizes on dissemination of information and services to adolescents which would protect them from unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. The special needs of adolescents in the area of reproductive health have been well recognized.
Motherhood at adolescence age exposes millions of girls to the risks of maternal death, reproductive health hazards and various nutritional complicacies. Significant section of adolescent girls worldwide are forced to go for unsafe abortions every(less)
Life . .
. These are inspiring accounts of people who battled extraordinary situations.
The influence of hormones on our behaviour; the promise of stem cells in our battle against disease; the pitfalls of having too much too soon; a first-hand account of bypass surgery by a top surgeon; the anguish of a caregiver-these stories recount our efforts to understand the body and mind, to lessen pain and misery, and to come together in our endeavour for a better life and health.These are experiences that touch our lives-coming to terms with a rare condition; the challenges of staying away from home; getting over grief, addictions and phobias; and actor Lisa Ray's resilience in her combat with cancer.
Beautiful narratives of the alleviating warmth of compassion, and empathetic guidance regarding the prevention and cure of afflictions. They have been related by people who are in need, and by those who reach out to help otheBest of Health is a collection(less)
2. Family life.
6. Cats in clover.
7. Living fossils.
8. Zoo gluttons and epicures.
9. "Gate Crashers".
10. The sense of smell.
13. Antlers and their wearers.
14. Good companions.
17. Birds that travel.
18. Snakes and fascination.
21. Sightless animals.
26. Pram pocket animals.
29. Egg-laying mammals.
30. Birds of paradise.
34. Animals that spit.
35. Singing fish.
37. The octopus.
39. Animals that Sham death.
41. Animal superstitions.
42. The Californian woodpecker.
43. Disease-resisting animals.
44. The passenger Pigeon.
45. Keeping cool.
47. Weights of animals.
48. Angel fish.
49. Animal dyes.
"Apart from the human world, full of emotions(less)
V. Subba Rao.
2. Medusae : Cnidaria/Badri Prasad Haldar and Amalesh Choudhury.
3. Echiura and Sipuncula/Badri Prasad Haldar.
V. Subba Rao, A.
Dey and S. Barua.
The structure and dynamics of planktonic copepods/Rashid A. Khan.
7. Stomatopoda : Crustacea/H.
8. Isopoda : Crustacea/S.
9. Hermit Crabs (Crustacea : Decapoda)/K.
Narapu Reddy. 10.
Crustacea : Xanthidae/Maya Deb. 11.
Crustacea : Decapoda : Grapsidae/Sunil Kumar Ghosh. 12.
Portunidae : Decapoda : Crustacea/Sipra Bhadra. 13.
Ocypodidae : Decapoda : Crustacea/N. Bairagi.
14. Prawns and Shrimps (Crustacea : Decapoda)/K.
Narapu Reddy. 15.
Chaetognatha/Badri Prasad Haldar. 17.
Asteroidea, Ophiuroidea and Ehinoidea (Echinodermata)/D.R.
18. Holothuroidea : Echinodermata/S.
19. Intertidal fishes/P.
Anura : Amphibia/S.K.
Sanyal, B. Dattagupta and S.
Ecology of the Hugli-Matla Estuarine system/A. Rashid Khan.
23. Ecology of Kulti Estuary with reference to(less)
Socio-economic background of adolescent girls. 3.
Concept of family education. 4.
Projection of a new girl. 5.
Changing face of the family. 6.
Status of adolescent girls in society. Bibliography.
"This book covers vary emphatically the process of growing from child hood to adolescence and finally to maturity and certain biological, emotional and social aspects of the adolescent's personality and keeping this in mind, the author has aptly focused on the specified objectives of eliciting the views of the adolescents on their life style, their opinion differences in relations to their socio-economic status and also to try and pin point the differences among the working and non-working back grounds in today's context. The study reveals that furthering education to a post graduate level, to be ready for employment for some measure of economic independence, and to be able to choose one's life partner sensibly, would be important in(less)
It's far more important to understand the behaviour and biases of the players - their actions and motivations are the vital components that drive everything; bubbles, crashes, huge fortunes, reckless borrowing and complex instruments and strategies, all flow from this simple fact. And the markets are not just an external object, to be studied dispassionately under a microscope.
How we act within our inner self, and apply our own set of risk and reward values to the seeming chaos of the market, is absolutely crucial. Clearly whatever games that are going on in the market are also going on inside our heads.
Financial Speculation: it's easy to explain, but not necessarily easy to do. In this fully updated and revised edition, Ashley sets out to explain what financial speculation is really about, and lays out a modus operandi for the investor and trader.
About the Author : Gerald Ashley has contributed to Financial Speculation: Trading Financial Biases and Behaviour as an author. Gerald Ashley has over 25 years' experience in international financial markets, having worked for banks in London, Hong Kong and Switzerland.
His primary market experience is in foreign exchange, currency options, precious metals and money markets. He is now a writer, speaker and strategic advisor on the benefits and applications of behavioural finance in banking and trading.
He is a regular contributor to the financial press(less)
Folk Music of Jammu and Kashmir. 3.
Folk music of Himachal Pradesh. 4.
Folk music of the Kumaon. 5.
The music of Uttarakhand. 6.
Folk music of Sikkim. 7.
Folk music of Nagaland. 8.
Folk music of Arunachal Pradesh. 9.
Folk music of Nepal. 10.
Music of Tibet. "Folk Music of the Himalayas is a comprehensive book on the music of the Himalayas.
Music transcends all barriers and thus it will not be very difficult for any one to appreciate the most unfamiliar sounds and tones from a more unfamiliar world. At one side of the mighty Himalayas, the Kashmiri women ignoring the sound of guns across the border still sing in the fields, on the other side the Tibetans preserve their age old faith and tradition ignoring threat and oppression.
Still for both the, Himalayas spread tranquility and both inherit the mountains and its music. The book is a(less)
Appendices: 1. Identification characters of major carp fry/advanced fingerlings.
2. Prawn species distribution in the estuarine systems of India.
3. Common cultivable fin fish species (seed) distribution in different Indian estuaries.
4. Distribution of other marine organisms.
5. Major cultivable fish and prawn species in Indian condition (Brackishwater/Marine freshwater).
6. Statewise distribution of Fish Farmers Development Agencies (FFDAS).
7. State/Districtwise distribution of Brackishwater Fish Farmers Development Agencies (BFDAS).
8. Some shrimp hatcheries in India.
9. Threatened fishes of India.
10. Marine vulnerable prawns, lobsters, crab and others.
11. Common fish/prawn diseases so far recorded in India.
12. Diseases of prawn larvae.
13. Brackishwater lagoons and Backwaters of India.
14. Exotic fish fauna introduced into India.
15. Prawn culture methods/systems.
16. Paddy-cum-fish culture in the Indo-Pacific countries.
17. Integrated farming practices of paddy, poultry birds, ducks, cattle and pigs with prawns and/or fishes.
18. Major estuaries of India.
Origin of Brahmins from legends. 2.
Types of Brahmins. 3.
Position of Brahmin women in Indian society. 4.
Eminent Brahmin women in modern India. 5.
Problems of Brahmin women. 6.
Brahmin widows: the tales of tragedy. 7.
Problems of working women. 8.
Problems of dowry in Brahmin society. 9.
Literacy and functional literacy. 10.
Literate Brahmin women with professional background. 11.
Literate Brahmin women without professional background. 12.
Illiterate Brahmin women. 13.
Path for Brahmin widows. 14.
Brahmin women and kitchen gardens. 15.
Brahmin women in urban India. 16.
Brahmin women in rural India. 17.
Brahmin women in industrial society. 18.
Brahmin women in agricultural society. 19.
Brahmin women in politics. 20.
Brahmin women and global change. Conclusion.
Bibliography. "Brahmins are considered as a caste of highest order in accordance to Hindu Chaturbarna system.
Though it is normally believed that the Brahmin is a single community, it is not actually so. Besides(less)
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