Item description for Encounters in My Travels: Thoughts Along the Way (Value Inquiry Book Series 174) by Dixie Lee Harris...
This book details Harris's travels throughout the globe among common people through sixty-seven countries over twelve years. She stayed in a harem, wore a burqa, and slept on a sidewalk through the biggest battle in the Algerian War! Questions evoke critical reading and philosophical thought, and the book includes a bibliography of suggestions for further reading. Lived Values, Valued Lives (LVVL) is a series of explorations, representing real and fictionalized biographies, autobiographies, and significant fragments of lives, concerning how a person's values help inform a person's life, how that life expresses those values, and the principled ways in which intelligent individuals deal with life's vagaries. Each volume contains discussion questions and a bibliography of readings that make LVVL appropriate for courses exploring values clarification, career exploration, or contemporary cultural issues.
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Studio: Editions Rodopi B.V.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Editions Rodopi B.V.
ISBN 9042017880 ISBN13 9789042017887
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Encounters in my travels Feb 6, 2008
Beautifully written, depth of soul, awesome and inspiring are words that immediately come to mind. I love the emotion and enthusiasm that vibrates throughout the book. It was a wonderful experience for me to travel vicariously with the author. --Ruth Raynor Sirota