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State of Exception By Chase Carter
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State of Exception is an artist publication about the connections and conflations between personal and collective identity, memory, and politics. Specifically, this book tackles Palestinian- and... More > Jewish-American’s complex relationships to Israel-Palestine. The publication links together oral interviews, written stories, amalgamated timelines, digital maps, quotations, and propaganda. Through interviews and family narratives, the artist hopes to add new understandings to the narrow and stereotypical discourse that Palestinians and Jews are represented by. This work is part of a broader artistic and academic research project by the artist, which aims to better understand a series of questions concerning Jewish identity, memory, and nationalism.< Less
My big Burdish adventure - A Spanglish novel By Leni Qinan
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On March, 1991 Anna Martin lands in London, Burdishland. It’s her first time in the city and the experience becomes an amazing adventure. Passionate and determined, Anna gets on really well... More > with the natives and fights national stereotypes while seeking for a charming Burdish gentleman. The adventurous southern lady will meet a number of suitors on her way before finding her unicorn in the West Country with whom she hopes to enjoy a torrid romance. How far will she go to seduce him? Fresh, laced with good humour and wit, this book will make you think about changes in life and loss of innocence.< Less
COM 263 GC WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT LATEST By Jon Snow
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COM 263 GC WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT LATEST Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/com-263-gc-week-2-assignment-latest/ Contact... More > Us HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US COM 263 GC Week 2 Assignment Latest COM 263 GC Week 2 Assignment Latest Details: This assignment builds on Part 1. You will continue to focus your research on the cultural group you selected in Topic 1. Write 500-750 words in response to the following: 1. Clarify the definitions as well as compare and contrast the concepts of stereotyping and ethnocentrism. 2. Find concrete examples that show how this group is represented by local and/or national media (This could include Comic Strips, Newspaper Articles, Advertisements, TV Shows, etc.). Give specific examples of stereotyping and ethnocentrism. 3. Outline concrete examples of how these media caricatures influence people’s perceptions of this culture.< Less
CHASING SHADOWS By TN JOBLING
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This novel is set in the late sixties early seventies. Richard D’Arcy a northern lad in his early twenties is on one hand consumed with the eccentricities of the period; the music the fashion... More > and happy-go-lucky attitudes while on the other, he is driven. He is propelled by ambitions of success and fame. A chance meeting with Jonny Dubois acted as a catalyst. It helped turn his dream into a reality. This is Richard’s story. It charts his journey through three life channels: sporting achievement, development of life-long and life changing friendships, and how he acquired success in the world of business – from office junior to managing director. From a sporting perspective this is not the stereotypical goal mouth struggle. This is the ultimate tale of success on the waves... It describes in detail, from regatta to regatta, from race to race in intricate detail how D’Arcy & Dubois launched their challenge from novice ‘pond’ sailors to claim the coveted national sailing crown.< Less
Scum: Behind The Concrete Curtain By Rowan Blair Colver
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Scum looks at a small period of time in the life of a young man, any young man, who is on his own, doing his best and has not yet found his way onto the social ladder. Torn between the priorities of... More > his friends, the community and the job centre, the classic vision of 'life in front of daytime tv' is washed away with some very realist, gritty and honest commentary. From the author of "A Poet, On Park Hill?" Colver brings his fourteen plus years experience of living life under the shadow of this stereotype. Exciting, fresh and with a healthy dose of spice, Scum will entertain you first, make you laugh and then maybe help you think again when discussing welfare and what a modern nation can be expected to offer for its citizens. With some swearing and brief but mild erotic scenes, Scum is a book suitable for an adult audience. It also may be suitable for some teenagers.< Less
Scum: Behind The Concrete Curtain By Rowan Blair Colver
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Scum looks at a small period of time in the life of a young man, any young man, who is on his own, doing his best and has not yet found his way onto the social ladder. Torn between the priorities of... More > his friends, the community and the job centre, the classic vision of 'life in front of daytime tv' is washed away with some very realist, gritty and honest commentary. From the author of "A Poet, On Park Hill?" Colver brings his fourteen plus years experience of living life under the shadow of this stereotype. Exciting, fresh and with a healthy dose of spice, Scum will entertain you first, make you laugh and then maybe help you think again when discussing welfare and what a modern nation can be expected to offer for its citizens. With some swearing and brief but mild erotic scenes, Scum is a book suitable for an adult audience. It also may be suitable for some teenagers.< Less
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investiGaming By Carrie Heeter
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Hundreds of studies reveal fascinating differences in whether and how males and females enjoy electronic games. This book reprints highlights from investiGaming.com, an online gateway to academic and... More > industry research on gender and gaming. Much more information is available for free, online. These printed highlights from the 26 most frequent topics were selected to be useful to game designers and game researchers. Topics include What Women Want, Gender Stereotypes, Game Design, Player Demographics, Player Motivations, Gaming in Social Contexts, IT Careers, Children, Educational Games, Sexuality, Gender Equity, and more. InvestiGaming was created by a team of faculty and students lead by Professor Carrie Heeter at the Michigan State University GEL (Games for Entertainment and Learning) Lab, with partial funding from the National Science Foundation.< Less
investiGaming By Carrie Heeter
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Hundreds of studies reveal fascinating differences in whether and how males and females enjoy electronic games. This book reprints highlights from investiGaming.com, an online gateway to academic and... More > industry research on gender and gaming. Much more information is available for free, online. These printed highlights from the 26 most frequent topics were selected to be useful to game designers and game researchers. Topics include What Women Want, Gender Stereotypes, Game Design, Player Demographics, Player Motivations, Gaming in Social Contexts, IT Careers, Children, Educational Games, Sexuality, Gender Equity, and more. InvestiGaming was created by a team of faculty and students lead by Professor Carrie Heeter at the Michigan State University GEL (Games for Entertainment and Learning) Lab, with partial funding from the National Science Foundation.< Less
The Anti-Irish Riots of Philadelphia 1844 By George Holmes
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The middle of the 19th century was a particularly lawless and turbulent time for American cities, and Philadelphia with its very diverse population was one of the most violent. Irish immigrants... More > were the victims of a great deal of bigoted stereotyping, usually portrayed as ignorant, brawling drunkards. Worse, they were a “foreign” element not to be trusted. Their loyalty was not to their new nation but to a “Papist” church, its “evil priests” and “despotic Pope.” Inflammatory anti-Catholic pamphlets proclaimed that once the Irish population was large enough, they would take over America. Riots were commonplace, but the bloodiest riots of the era, without question, exploded in the summer of 1844 when Protestant “Native Americans” battled Irish Catholics in a two-part street war that left about 25 dead and more than 100 wounded and injured. Two large Catholic churches, a rectory and a seminary were burned to the ground and scores of houses set on fire.< Less

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