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Banished

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Banished by Katherine Beckett,Steve Herbert Book Summary:

With urban poverty rising and affordable housing disappearing, the homeless and other "disorderly" people continue to occupy public space in many American cities. Concerned about the alleged ill effects their presence inflicts on property values and public safety, many cities have wholeheartedly embraced "zero-tolerance" or "broken window" policing efforts to clear the streets of unwanted people. Through an almost completely unnoticed set of practices, these people are banned from occupying certain spaces. Once zoned out, they are subject to arrest if they return-effectively banished from public places. Banished is the first exploration of these new tactics that dramatically enhance the power of the police to monitor and arrest thousands of city dwellers. Drawing upon an extensive body of data, the authors chart the rise of banishment in Seattle, a city on the leading edge of this emerging trend, to establish how it works and explore its ramifications. They demonstrate that, although the practice allows police and public officials to appear responsive to concerns about urban disorder, it is a highly questionable policy: it is expensive, does not reduce crime, and does not address the underlying conditions that generate urban poverty. Moreover, interviews with the banished themselves reveal that exclusion makes their lives and their path to self-sufficiency immeasurably more difficult. At a time when more and more cities and governments in the U.S. and Europe resort to the criminal justice system to solve complex social problems, Banished provides a vital and timely challenge to exclusionary strategies that diminish the life circumstances and rights of those it targets.

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Banished by Sophie Littlefield Book Summary:

There isn’t much worth living for in Gypsum, Missouri—or Trashtown, as the rich kids call the run-down neighborhood where sixteen-year-old Hailey Tarbell lives. Hailey figures she’ll never belong—not with the popular kids at school, not with the rejects, not even with her cruel, sickly grandmother, who deals drugs out of their basement. Hailey never knew her dead mother, and she has no idea who her father was, but at least she has her four-year-old foster brother, Chub. Once she turns eighteen, Hailey plans to take Chub far from Gypsum and start a new life where no one can find them. But when a classmate is injured in gym class, Hailey discovers a gift for healing that she never knew she possessed—and that she cannot ignore. Not only can she heal, she can bring the dying back to life. Confused by her powers, Hailey searches for answers but finds only more questions, until a mysterious visitor shows up at Gram’s house, claiming to be Hailey’s aunt Prairie. There are people who will stop at nothing to keep Hailey in Trashtown, living out a legacy of despair and suffering. But when Prairie saves both Hailey and Chub from armed attackers who invade Gram’s house in the middle of the night, Hailey must decide where to place her trust. Will Prairie’s past, and the long-buried secret that caused her to leave Gypsum years earlier, ruin them all? Because as Hailey will soon find out, their power to heal is just the beginning. This gripping novel from thriller writer Sophie Littlefield blazes a trail from small-town Missouri to the big city as Hailey battles an evil greater than she ever imagined, while discovering strengths she never knew she had.

The Banished

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The Banished by Wilhelm Hauff Book Summary:

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Banished!

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Banished! by Dong Han,Nicky Harman Book Summary:

It is 1969 and China is in the throes of the cultural revolution. The Taos face exile with stoicism and teach their son to embrace reeducation wholeheartedly. Is this simple pragmatism an attempt to protect the boy and ensure his future?

Poor Banished Children of Eve

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Poor Banished Children of Eve by Gale A. Yee Book Summary:

Analyzes four biblical passages (Genesis 2-3, Hosea 1-3, Ezekiel 23, and Proverbs 7) in which a woman is the source or symbol of sin.

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Banished by F. David Stevenson Book Summary:

Banished is a farcical black comedy based upon further erosion of civil rights in the future. It takes place during a recession in a newly formed country called the Lands after the fall of the United States. Governments and powerful civic leaders try to solve financial insolvency by collecting past due fines from dubiously convicted drunk drivers in a draconian manner, establishing a work camp in an inhospitable part of another Land for those who do not pay.The camp is an almost perfect place to hide prisoners and staff who have information or skills that might be damaging to the elite. The ex-offender chief of staff at the camp is appointed to hide him because he has damaging information in a massive civil case against the Parish of St. James. His brutality causes the death of a prisoner. The efforts to cover up the tragedy lead to overreaction, and further fatal mistakes. In the end, the abused prisoners are granted their freedom if they accept banishment, allowing the politicians and powerful of St. James to wash their hands of the debacle.

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Banished by W.J. May Book Summary:

In a future ruled by fear, can two outcasts find the strength to save a city? Tabitha Maslov is a Feral. Cast out by the Archon she served for half a century, Tay turns to the ruler of Brooklyn in an attempt to regain her status. But the decadent, forever-young, Bethania has no intention of offering aid for free. In the tunnels below Manhattan, as Archon Bethania's spy Tay nearly loses her life a second time—only to be saved once again by the man she thought had betrayed her. The man she's slowly coming to realize might be her only true friend. With Manhattan in flames and a new race of monsters loose in the streets, Kaiden and Tay must trust each other now more than ever. If only that was as easily done as said. Kaiden Ottaker is an abomination. Saving Tabitha Maslov the first time was a mistake the Shifter Alpha Lubok might have forgiven. Deliberately turning his back on his own people in the tunnels to save her again is a decision he won't. But Kaiden can't stand by and watch the Elder die, even if his choice means he'll never again have a pack. Kaiden can't ignore the connection he feels to Tay, but he doesn't have time to analyze his growing feelings for the strong-willed, beautiful vampire. Archon Jeremiah unleashes a plague of abominations based on Kaiden's mutated DNA, the Archon of the Bronx wants a monster for his own ends, and more than one person in power wants both of the renegades dead. On the run and facing enemies on every side, can Kaiden and Tay change the course of the war between the Archons and stop Lubok's deadly plot? Or will New York City fall forever into darkness? NOTE: The Revamped Series is a 'revamp' of the original Bit-Lit series published several years ago. I was never genuinely happy with the set up and telling of the story so I decided to go through it again and make is better! I hope you enjoy this version. WJM REVAMPED SERIES Book 1 - Hidden Book 2 - Banished Book 3 - Converted

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Banished by Nan Goodman Book Summary:

A community is defined not only by inclusion but also by exclusion. Seventeenth-century New England Puritans, themselves exiled from one society, ruthlessly invoked the law of banishment from another: over time, hundreds of people were forcibly excluded from this developing but sparsely settled colony. Nan Goodman suggests that the methods of banishment rivaled—even overpowered—contractual and constitutional methods of inclusion as the means of defining people and place. The law and rhetoric that enacted the exclusion of certain parties, she contends, had the inverse effect of strengthening the connections and collective identity of those that remained. Banished investigates the practices of social exclusion and its implications through the lens of the period's common law. For Goodman, common law is a site of negotiation where the concepts of community and territory are more fluid and elastic than has previously been assumed for Puritan society. Her legal history brings fresh insight to well-known as well as more obscure banishment cases, including those of Anne Hutchinson, Roger Williams, Thomas Morton, the Quakers, and the Indians banished to Deer Island during King Philip's War. Many of these cases were driven less by the religious violations that may have triggered them than by the establishment of rules for membership in a civil society. Law provided a language for the Puritans to know and say who they were—and who they were not. Banished reveals the Puritans' previously neglected investment in the legal rhetoric that continues to shape our understanding of borders, boundaries, and social exclusion.

Banished

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Banished by G. Cledwyn Jenkins Book Summary:

Banished is dedicated to sex offender research, and its issues regarding society, mental health, and the law equally. It focuses on this problem in cultural, legal and scientific terms, specifically from the clinical point-of-view, though it is written for the general public. It offers an up-to-date and all-inclusive look into the mind and habits of the pedophile and child molester. This book offers current research into one of the most controversial subjects in society to date, discussing topics of mental illness and various psychological disorders, the law and how this problem is legally dealt with. It focuses on this problem in cultural, legal and scientific terms that are readily comprehensible, both from the clinical standpoint and the layman’s point-of-view. The book offers a detailed review of the sex offender; the pedophile and the child molester, and directly explores his thinking processes, reasoning and related issues that offer a clear and concise exposé in these most hated people. In addition to covering the adult offender, this work also exemplifies the thought processes of child and adolescent offenders in order to offer cues for parents and educators of possible abuse or illicit behavior. Through direct examples of client art, case histories and offender testimonies, the book’s purpose will surely educate, as well as in purposing methods for positive change in the process. The research and findings are based on a journalistic foundation, as well as from an experiential point-of-view, where the author had worked with and had interviewed the subjects exemplified in the case studies section directly. One could view this book as a documentary in text form to that of a simple scientific assessment or exposé. Some examples; such as statistical data and related state and government laws, national and international legal information, as well as properly devised case study examples are utilized to help illustrate the intent of the book’s overall purpose. Moreover, because there are sections regarding internet deviancy and its major influence on the human psyche, and that these sections offer raw information, the reader should be aware of the content and the reasoning for using it. It is done so to educate and to hopefully illustrate the realities of this global problem. In addition to a selection of thoroughly researched interviews with said offenders, in the form of case studies reminiscent to the current style of the American Psychological Association (APA) formats, I also highlight a selection of documented artwork, specifically by children and young adults while working as a therapist in various hospitals. This section may serve as an alert for parents and educators for possible cues of sexual abuse in or outside of the home, but such will also illustrate the sheer potency sexual abuse can cause upon its victims, and how it will be viewed from their unconscious psyche and conscious viewpoints.

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Banished by Liz de Jager Book Summary:

Kit is proud to be a Blackhart, now she's living with her unorthodox cousins and sharing their strange lives. Especially since their home-schooling includes spells, fighting enemy fae and using ancient weapons. But it's not until she rescues a rather handsome fae prince, fighting for his life on the edge of Blackhart Manor, that her training really kicks in. With her family away on various missions, Kit must protect Prince Thorn, rely on new friends and use her own unfamiliar magic to stay ahead of Thorn's enemies. As things go from bad to apocalyptic, fae battle fae in a war that threatens to spill into the human world. Then Kit pits herself against the Elder Gods themselves - it's that or lose everyone she's learnt to love.

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Banished by Edwin F. Becker Book Summary:

Father Thomas Garrity is a Catholic priest who unexpectedly comes face to face with a horrific demon. Through fate or demonic manipulation, he winds up substituting for a prison chaplain who mysteriously committed suicide and was counseling a serial killer condemned on death row. Garrity meets with the convict, who at first is mute, and then becomes all too talkative, claiming to be a demon. A naive Father Garrity assumes he is dealing with a schizophrenic. Truly possessed by the demon Furfur, the inmate begins his attack on Father Garrity. As all Catholic priests, Garrity is uneducated and unskilled at confronting the supernatural, much less a demon. This demon is intent on destroying Garity's faith in God through any means possible. The one problem is that this "inmate" will be executed in a week, so time is of the essence. At first Garrity thinks that he must only survive until the execution, but then finds he will become hunted afterward by a demon that will transfer to a whole new body. Furfur, a documented fallen angel taken from demonology, initially attempts to overwhelm Garrity with his knowledge and history. Failing, he escalates his efforts to violence, and eventually murders. Father Garrity, as all common parish priests, is inexperienced, but is desperate to defeat this demon, even though his path is crammed with obstacles. He is surrounded by non-believers and a Catholic organization that has created an impossible bureaucracy which frowns on the very mention of exorcism. The demon Furfur intends to deliver the soul of this convict to hell and then transfer himself to another person and continue to torment the priest. Father Garrity finds that Furfur, in documented demonology, ranks high in the hierarchy of hell and has 150,000 demons at his command. Although in prison, Furfur can torture the priest through hurting those close to him simply by using his legions. Father Garrity reaches out to the Vatican and eventually enlists the help of the official head Exorcist. He is also aided by an unofficial American exorcist. Their realization that the limited time until the execution is nowhere near adequate for an exorcism, makes for an unsolvable dilemma.

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Banished by C.J. Archer Book Summary:

An infestation of evil ghosts is too much for spirit medium Cara to handle alone. She summons Quin, and together they attempt to discover where the ghosts came from, and why they refuse to leave this realm. To protect the residents, Cara and Quin must work closely together, leading to old feelings resurfacing between them. But as Cara learns about Quin's mysterious past, she has more answers than questions.

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Banished by Don Goodman Book Summary:

Transplanted Canadian Doug Loggins is the new principal at Palm Oasis High School-in a small desert community located in California's Colorado Desert. A local tribe, the Napoc Band of Whitewater Indians, flaunting state law, open a gaming Casino. Doug must deal with ancient squabbles, local politics, and disputes about the meaning of sovereignty in addition to his own administrative duties. But these ordeals are nothing compared to the situation he faces when one of his students, Simone Garcia, turns up dead. Loggins and authorities suspect a drug related death, but in pursuing justice they butt heads with the leader of the Napoc nation, Reginald "Cisco" Tramhurst, a powerful figure who was instrumental in getting the Casino built on Indian land. When Loggins joins forces with the beautiful Anna Carpenter, a recently divorced Palm Oasis prosecuting attorney, he's surprised at their instant attraction. But the closer they come to the chilling truth surrounding Simone's death, the more their newly burgeoning relationship is threatened. In chasing the links to Simone's death, Doug encounters a life threatening attack, an entrepreneur of questionable character, a frequently contumacious peace officer, a double named attorney and the true survivor, Brutus. In a desperate chase, Doug takes to the air to find a killer and save a life.

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Banished by Lauren Drain Book Summary:

You've likely heard of the Westboro Baptist Church. Perhaps you've seen their pickets on the news, the members holding signs with messages that are too offensive to copy here, protesting at events such as the funerals of soldiers, the 9-year old victim of the recent Tucson shooting, and Elizabeth Edwards, all in front of their grieving families. The WBC is fervently anti-gay, anti-Semitic, and anti- practically everything and everyone. And they aren't going anywhere: in March, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the WBC's right to picket funerals. Since no organized religion will claim affiliation with the WBC, it's perhaps more accurate to think of them as a cult. Lauren Drain was thrust into that cult at the age of 15, and then spat back out again seven years later. Banished is the first look inside the organization, as well as a fascinating story of adaptation and perseverance. Lauren spent her early years enjoying a normal life with her family in Florida. But when her formerly liberal and secular father set out to produce a documentary about the WBC, his detached interest gradually evolved into fascination, and he moved the entire family to Kansas to join the church and live on their compound. Over the next seven years, Lauren fully assimilated their extreme beliefs, and became a member of the church and an active and vocal picketer. But as she matured and began to challenge some of the church's tenets, she was unceremoniously cast out from the church and permanently cut off from her family and from everyone else she knew and loved. Banished is the story of Lauren's fight to find herself amidst dramatic changes in a world of extremists and a life in exile.

Writing Lesson Level 3--Banished, Boring Words

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Writing Lesson Level 3--Banished, Boring Words by Richard Gentry, Ph.D.,Jan McNeel, M.A.Ed. Book Summary:

Incorporate writing instruction in your classroom as an essential element of literacy development while implementing best practices. Simplify the planning of writing instruction and become familiar with the Common Core State Standards of Writing.

Banished Immortal

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Banished Immortal by Paul S. Ropp Book Summary:

A lyrical account of a decade-long search for the truth about Shuangqing, China's peasant woman poet

Banished Messiah

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Banished Messiah by Robert R. Beck Book Summary:

By arguing that Matthew's Gospel can be read as a "homecoming story" according to the ancient formula of the "Banished and Returning Prince," Robert Beck offers a fresh and provocative reinterpretation of the Gospel. He exploits this understanding of the narrative to disclose new elements within the plot, to identify a fresh resolution to conflict development within the tale, and to arrive at an unprecedented explanation of the place of violence and nonviolence within Matthew's text. The traditional roles of Usurper, Impostor, and Mentor are examined for insight into what Matthew's narrative achieves as well as, perhaps more importantly, what it excludes in the way of cultural expectations of violent reprisal.

Banished

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Banished by Beca Lewis Book Summary:

She always looks out for number one. Will losing her powers push her into a fight for freedom? Meg’s abilities let her get away with anything. Until the spoiled shapeshifter is exiled to a dimension where magic is heresy and enchanted beings like herself are hunted and imprisoned. Worse still when night falls, she’s unable to morph and left helpless against brutal raiders. With no choice but to team up with a scrappy group of outcasts, Meg’s survival depends on trusting others—even the Ordinaries. But when her newfound friends plan a daring jailbreak, she must decide if she’s willing to lay her life on the line for a bunch of strangers. Can Meg put her selfish ways behind her and become a force for good? Banished is the first book in a spellbinding clean fantasy series. If you like determined heroines, character-driven action, and magical intrigue, then you’ll love Beca Lewis’s gripping tale. Buy Banished to stop the oppression today!