By Stefano Bartezzaghi
- Ma no, prendiamo los angeles metro. Perché un taxi?
- consistent with vedere subito los angeles città. Perché l. a. metro?
- in step with vedere subito l. a. città».
Tra arrivi e partenze, amicizie lunghe una vita e disincontri quotidiani, orizzonte superiore e orizzonte inferiore, ricordi tenaci e attimi mancati, Stefano Bartezzaghi ci conduce in un insolito viaggio sentimentale nella sua città. E l. a. sua linguacornucopia scava nell'ovvio e nel mediocre del quotidiano e dell'oggetto comune consistent with produrre riverberi insoliti, lampi di ricordi, nuovi angoli di osservazione, storie frivole e serie di persone observe o del tutto sconosciute che insieme a Milano ci raccontano anche un'altra possibile città. Magari l. a. nostra.
By Nigel Jackson
This obtainable ebook introduces scholars to the theories, ideas and talents required to advertise an occasion effectively. to advertise an occasion successfully it's necessary to comprehend advertising, however it can also be very important to understand that it's not simply shoppers who're the viewers: different publics who won't inevitably attend may have a primary impression at the luck of an occasion in addition. Uniquely for that reason, this publication covers comparable subject matters: advertising and marketing and public family in an occasions context. it will supply occasions planners a complete consultant on how one can advertise occasions to more than a few audiences, and on find out how to use this to control an event’s long term reputation.
The ebook makes a speciality of center advertising and PR present idea particularly suitable to the occasions and introduces themes akin to business plan, the patron, advertising PR and the way to take advantage of the net to advertise occasions. It integrates various foreign case stories from small-scale occasions to mega-events to assist express how conception should be utilized in perform. It additional comprises inserts of interviews with practitioners within the box, to provide perception into the realities of occasion communique and to teach the best way to conquer power pitfalls. studying results, dialogue questions and extra studying feedback are incorporated to help navigation through the publication, spur serious considering and additional scholars’ knowledge.
The booklet is vital analyzing for all scholars learning occasions administration, and offers helpful examining for college kids, lecturers and practitioners attracted to advertising and marketing and public family members in general.
By Sidney Cheung,Chee-Beng Tan
Food is a vital cultural marker of id in modern Asian societies, and will offer a medium for the certainty of social family, relations and kinship, classification and intake, gender ideology, and cultural symbolism. even though, a very complete view of meals can't forget the politics of meals creation, particularly, how, whilst, from the place or even why other kinds of foodstuff are produced, ready and supplied.
Food and Foodways in Asia is an anthropological inquiry delivering wealthy ethnographic description and research of nutrition construction because it interacts with social and political complexities in Asia’s diversified cultures. popular anthropologists study how nutrients is expounded to ethnic identification and boundary formation, consumerism and international meals distribution, and the discovery of neighborhood food within the context of accelerating cultural touch.
With chapters starting from the discovery of 'local nutrients' for tourism improvement, to Asia's contribution to ‘world cuisine,’ nutrients and Foodways in Asia should be a desirable learn for an individual drawn to the anthropology of foodstuff and/or Asian studies.
By Robert Ji-Song Ku,Martin F. Manalansan,Anita Mannur
By Ruth Mazo Karras
‘The most sensible brief advent to medieval sexuality that i've got learn: a awesome book.’ -Vern Bullough, Reviews in History
'Undergraduate and graduate scholars will locate in Karras’ booklet a very necessary consultant to what could be a complicated and confusing physique of scholarship. Even validated students are inclined to locate it enlightening in addition to enjoyable.' - James Brundage, Journal of Ecclesiastical History
‘An impressively artificial and hugely readable survey of present scholarship on medieval sexuality that might be of substantial use in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.’ - Emma Campbell, Signs
Sexuality in medieval Europe has develop into a necessary scholarly box that's now well-known as imperative to the research of the center a while. utilizing a large number of facts from the overdue vintage interval up until eventually the 15th century, this re-creation of the traditional assessment at the subject demonstrates that medieval tradition built sexual identities that have been relatively various from the identities we predict of this present day, but that have been nonetheless in many ways ancestral to our personal.
Challenging the best way the center a long time were handled in most cases histories of sexuality, Ruth Mazo Karras indicates how perspectives on the time have been conflicted and complex; there has been no unmarried medieval angle in the direction of sexuality any further than there's one sleek angle. the well known lusty priest and the ‘repressed’ penitent have their roles to play, yet set right here in a much broader context those figures tackle attention-grabbing new dimensions. targeting applicable marital sexual intercourse in addition to what used to be visible as transgressive, the chapters disguise such themes as chastity, the function of the church, and non-reproductive task.
Combining an summary of analysis at the subject with unique interpretations, now up to date with the most recent scholarship and extra fabric from medieval Christian Europe, Jewish medieval tradition and the Islamic global, Sexuality in Medieval Europe is vital analyzing for all those that learn medieval historical past and tradition, or who've an curiosity within the manner sexuality and sexual id were considered within the past.
By Martin Bulmer
First released in 1975. How do males come to understand and review a global within which marked inequalities of sophistication and standing exist? This e-book considers the character of sophistication photographs and their underlying paintings and group buildings. starting with the argument that the notion of society varies in response to form of paintings and neighborhood milieux, it first considers the social imagery of working-class professions and their assets of edition, after which examines a number of the methodological difficulties of the examine of sophistication imagery. the character of proletarian traditionalism and radicalism in then modern Britain is mentioned in end. This name may be of curiosity to scholars of sociology.
By Jan Bardsley,Laura Miller
By Ken Jeremiah
By Jacqueline C. Woodfork Ph.D.
The critical African Republic is likely one of the least-known African international locations. This quantity is the 1st to offer a cultural review of the most important components of this former French colony. wooden fork indicates how the Republic has the basic construction blocks, with lots of normal assets, to tackle the demanding situations of the trendy international. the various ethnic teams, together with Bandas and pygmies, are responding to adjustments similar to elevated urbanization.
Readers will know about a number of the methods of lifetime of the most important teams and their farming, nomadic pastoral, and buying and selling goals. The competitive Islamic and Christian evangelizing along witchcraft and indigenous ideals in different deities and spirits within the principal African Republic is roofed to boot. The bankruptcy on meals and garments discusses the good vocabularies for foods and drinks within the nation and the common vibrantly coloured outfits. The indigenous and French impacts in cultural associations similar to schooling and media and literary output are defined. perception into the kinfolk and women's roles, celebrations, and track and dance is given as well.
By Paul Rabinow,Robert N. Bellah,Pierre Bourdieu