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Anakin to the Rescue!: Episode II (LEGO Star Wars) by Ace Landers

By Ace Landers

Anakin to the Rescue! is the adventurous and hilarious LEGO(R) variation of megastar Wars(TM): Episode II: assault of the Clones.

When Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi are assigned to guard Senator Padmé Amidala, they determine it will likely be a simple task. that's, until eventually Obi-Wan falls for a cookie capture and lands them in count number Dooku's area of monster aliens!

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197). Several studies, have shown that spirituality predicts resilience (Dunn, 1994; Masten, 1994). Variables to be included in this domain include (but are not limited to) purpose in life (Neiger, 1992), spirituality (Dunn, 1994), an internallocus of control (Werner & Smith, 1992), and hopefulness and optimism (Seligman, 1975). It appears that having a belief system helps individuals confront and cope with fears and adversities. Resilient individuals have also shown that spirituality hel ps them believe they can create better results for themselves and know when to give up on what they cannot control (Werner & Smith, 1992).

Social policy, then, clearly resides close to the heart 01' many resilience researchers, and that is perhaps rightly so. This trend may very well gain momentum. Romano and Hage (2000), for instance, entreat psychologists to expand their work to include the creation of public policy and other forms of activism, so that social justice receives maximum consideration within the field 01' prevention, and prevention science has a strong kinship and overlap with resilience science (Robinson, 2000). FUTURE DIRECTIONS Though concerns over public policy may inftuence the future trajectory of resilience research, it is not likely to eclipse the scientific agenda of the field, which is posed to tackle the literature's thorniest issues.

This concern is not likely to abate. Masten (1999) reports, "There is a sense 01' emergency rising with the tide 01' child causalities of violence, drug abuse, and poverty in the United States" (p. 292); these words likely represent a broad contingent 01' contemporary resilience researchers. Social policy, then, clearly resides close to the heart 01' many resilience researchers, and that is perhaps rightly so. This trend may very well gain momentum. Romano and Hage (2000), for instance, entreat psychologists to expand their work to include the creation of public policy and other forms of activism, so that social justice receives maximum consideration within the field 01' prevention, and prevention science has a strong kinship and overlap with resilience science (Robinson, 2000).

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