Carl Rogers stated, “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change (see http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/c/carl_rogers.html). Many modern approaches to addiction recovery utilize a dialectical model to examine the change process. Third wave behavioral therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), along with mindfulness meditation (MM), and the 12 Step Recovery model of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) use
of a twist in places. Recent work on trust also covers important ground in the discussion of competition and co-operation (Coulson, 1997, 1998; Gambetta, 1988; Kramer & Tyler, 1996; Misztal, 1996), as does the work on co-operation itself (Axelrod, 1984; Baker, 1996; Nowak, May & Sigmund, 1995). 4 Although intended to be funny, Scott Adams (1996) The Dilbert Principle is also worth a look for its acute observations about the experience of change at low levels in an organisational hierarchy.
research and a special thanks to my intern Julia Godresse for her invaluable contribution to these projects. Background I will start with a quote if I may: “To have not come face to face with grief over one’s life time means to have not loved, to have not loved over the course of one’s life time means to have not lived”. What I understand from this quote is that grief is an unavoidable part of life. As humans we have the capacity to care about many things and we do. It is this very same capacity
alternative explanation, arguing that sales decline is partly attributable to the overall number of CDs released. It is correct that a decline in the number of albums released has occurred. However, Lessig fails to fully consider that the decline is explained by lower demand for the good and subsequent lower revenue available for investment in future releases (Liebowitz, 2005). Other than this oversight, Lessig (2004) contributes a valuable framework for the analysis of different segments of P2P network
and researches in the area of management accounting. Her current research interests cover innovation/knowledge management, hybridity, and the leadership of the accounting and finance function. She has published in Behavioral Research in Accounting; Journal of Management Accounting Research; Pacific Accounting Review; Australian Accounting Review; Accounting, Organizations and Society; and Management Accounting Research, as well as contributing chapters to books. In 2002, Jane received the FMAC Articles
single causal factor for a particular social movement is difﬁcult, if not impossible. It is therefore even more difﬁcult to identify one factor as decisive in the emergence of all social movements. The origins of social movements are likely to be explained more adequately by theories that recognize that several factors usually converge to give rise to new movements and that in one instance a particular set of factors may be more decisive, while in another instance, a different set of factors may