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Alternative Practices 2012: The City - B/W Edition By IE University
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Architectural practice, narrowly defined, does not necessarily reflect the entire range of what architects are capable of doing. Why would we not investigate other ways to use our strengths? This... More > book is part of an effort to do just that. This five-volume series documents the first year of the Alternative Practices sequence in the IE University Undergraduate Architecture program. This semester-long sequence takes place in the first semester of our students’ fifth, and final, year of undergraduate study. The students participate in five sequential courses, one at a time, each of them dealing with a different sphere of design practice: Landscape and Environment; Management and Entrepreneurship; Digital Studies; The City; and Design. These intense, three-week long studio-based classes introduce our students to new ways of looking at the world, new questions, new tools, and, of course, a series of possible professional outlets.< Less
Alternative Practices 2012: Landscape and Environment - B/W Edition By IE University
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Architectural practice, narrowly defined, does not necessarily reflect the entire range of what architects are capable of doing. Why would we not investigate other ways to use our strengths? This... More > book is part of an effort to do just that. This five-volume series documents the first year of the Alternative Practices sequence in the IE University Undergraduate Architecture program. This semester-long sequence takes place in the first semester of our students’ fifth, and final, year of undergraduate study. The students participate in five sequential courses, one at a time, each of them dealing with a different sphere of design practice: Landscape and Environment; Management and Entrepreneurship; Digital Studies; The City; and Design. These intense, three-week long studio-based classes introduce our students to new ways of looking at the world, new questions, new tools, and, of course, a series of possible professional outlets.< Less
Mending Broken Fences Policing: An Alternative Model for Policy Management By Anil Anand, BPHE, LLM, MBA, GEMBA
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Police services across the globe are increasingly perceived as heavy handed, racist, and unnecessarily violent. As a result, large, sometimes even national demonstrations have been waged against... More > police policy and strategy. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a discussion on contemporary policing, the role of policing in modern society, and its relationship to the diverse communities represented in a postmodern world. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a model, based on social cohesion and police intervention, intelligence-led and community policing (IP-CP); which, supplemented by a quality/quantity/crime (QQC) framework provide a four-step process for viewing policing services from a vantage point beyond Broken Windows and StatCom. Join the author in seeking solutions as he provides alternatives to outdated methods with Mending Broken Fences Policing.< Less
Alternative Practices 2012: Management and Entrepreneurship - B/W Edition By IE University
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Architectural practice, narrowly defined, does not necessarily reflect the entire range of what architects are capable of doing. Why would we not investigate other ways to use our strengths? This... More > book is part of an effort to do just that. This five-volume series documents the first year of the Alternative Practices sequence in the IE University Undergraduate Architecture program. This semester-long sequence takes place in the first semester of our students’ fifth, and final, year of undergraduate study. The students participate in five sequential courses, one at a time, each of them dealing with a different sphere of design practice: Landscape and Environment; Management and Entrepreneurship; Digital Studies; The City; and Design. These intense, three-week long studio-based classes introduce our students to new ways of looking at the world, new questions, new tools, and, of course, a series of possible professional outlets.< Less
Alternative Practices 2012: Digital Studies - B/W Edition By IE University
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Architectural practice, narrowly defined, does not necessarily reflect the entire range of what architects are capable of doing. Why would we not investigate other ways to use our strengths? This... More > book is part of an effort to do just that. This five-volume series documents the first year of the Alternative Practices sequence in the IE University Undergraduate Architecture program. This semester-long sequence takes place in the first semester of our students’ fifth, and final, year of undergraduate study. The students participate in five sequential courses, one at a time, each of them dealing with a different sphere of design practice: Landscape and Environment; Management and Entrepreneurship; Digital Studies; The City; and Design. These intense, three-week long studio-based classes introduce our students to new ways of looking at the world, new questions, new tools, and, of course, a series of possible professional outlets.< Less
U.S.A: A Handbook for Urban Survival Alternatives By W. D. Raymondson
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Many Americans have never considered what to do in case of a disaster. Not only have we become completely dependent upon modern technology; we have also begun to lose touch with the real world facts... More > necessary to survive a catastrophic interruption of technology or infrastructure. U.S.A. ...An Introduction to Urban Survival Alternatives is the beginners book of survival prep that introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts of disaster challenges. The book also includes practical instructions on how to put together survival kits, make a solar still, build a camp fire, make an emergency shelter, make and use a field latrine, avoid hypothermia, tie a handful of handy knots, catch fish and make a luau style pit cooker in the ground.< Less
Mending Broken Fences Policing: An Alternative Model for Policy Management By Anil Anand, BPHE, LLM, MBA, GEMBA
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Police services across the globe are increasingly perceived as heavy handed, racist, and unnecessarily violent. As a result, large, sometimes even national demonstrations have been waged against... More > police policy and strategy. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a discussion on contemporary policing, the role of policing in modern society, and its relationship to the diverse communities represented in a postmodern world. Mending Broken Fences Policing provides a model, based on social cohesion and police intervention, intelligence-led and community policing (IP-CP); which, supplemented by a quality/quantity/crime (QQC) framework provide a four-step process for viewing policing services from a vantage point beyond Broken Windows and StatCom.< Less
World Enough By Michael Westlake
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The world of World Enough is configured differently. From the opening page the reader is confronted by a succession of "anomalies" that create a transform of the world we are familiar... More > with. Set against the backcloth of an imagined history spanning Russia, France, Greater Israel, the United States of Africa and the colonies of North America engaged in a war of liberation, World Enough is narrated in a series of flashbacks and varied temporal registers by the novel's four main characters: Katerina and Padua, sisters born in pre-revolutionary Russia, and two Africans, Quaque and Million M'loy. Their four accounts, switching back and forth throughout the novel, complement and sometimes contradict each other in their construction of an epic tale of romance, espionage, chess, geopolitics, war and the prolongation of people's natural lifespan, running from the early 20th century through to some unspecified time in the 21st. For other publications by this author go to http://www.mwestlake.com< Less
World Enough By Michael Westlake
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The world of World Enough is configured differently. From the opening page the reader is confronted by a succession of "anomalies" that create a transform of the world we are familiar... More > with. Set against the backcloth of an imagined history spanning Russia, France, Greater Israel, the United States of Africa and the colonies of North America engaged in a war of liberation, World Enough is narrated in a series of flashbacks and varied temporal registers by the novel's four main characters: Katerina and Padua, sisters born in pre-revolutionary Russia, and two Africans, Quaque and Million M'loy. Their four accounts, switching back and forth throughout the novel, complement and sometimes contradict each other in their construction of an epic tale of romance, espionage, chess, geopolitics, war and the prolongation of people's natural lifespan, running from the early 20th century through to some unspecified time in the 21st. For other publications by this author go to http://www.mwestlake.com< Less
Symbiotic World By Don Edmundson
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Evan Mathews, 23, lives with his father, Jack. Evan’s mother, Serrilla was taken from a Shopping Mall 19 years earlier. Carrie Tyson, Evan’s fiancee and Hostess at The Gathering Zone... More > Restaurant which is owned by Jack Mathews. A fire in the restaurant traps Evan in the basement while the flames engulf the upper floor, forcing the Firemen to abandon a rescue. There is a flash of light and moments later, Evan is saved by a mysterious teenager. They walk out through the front door and the roof caves in. Later, the teenager visits the recuperating Evan at his home and tell Evan that he is Netherlan Mathews, Evan’s 19 year-old brother. He told Evan that he has been living with their mother in Tozia. another realm which shares the Earth with the realm of the humans. Evan discovers a realization about himself and his brother and what, together, they would become.< Less

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