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Eating Well For Good Health

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
ISBN: 9251076103
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Eating well for good health is a learning module designed to explore basic concepts of good nutrition, health and healthy diets. The lessons are meant for anyone who wants to learn how to improve their diets and eating habits. They can be used both inside and outside the classroom by students, teachers, youth or community groups and by individuals who want to learn on their own.

Essentials Of Management

Author: Andrew DuBrin
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0538478233
Size: 44.20 MB
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Focus on the fundamental principles and practices of effective management today with DuBrin’s comprehensive, yet concise, ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT, 9E. This brief but thorough new edition functions both as a solid introduction for new students or an in-depth review of core concepts and the latest research and applications for working professionals. Written from the first edition as an essentials text, this book is not a condensation of a larger text, but provides concise, complete coverage that clearly translates the latest research, theories, and management experiences into actual practice. The author’s proven functional approach introduces the role of a manager and today’s managerial environment before exploring critical topics in planning, organizing, leading, and control. This edition addresses emerging issues, such as sustainability and environmental concerns, management in difficult times, employee morale, diverse workforces, and teamwork. New coverage of ethics, personal productivity, the latest information technology, and decision making are also included. Compelling, memorable examples show how leaders effectively apply principles of management in a wide variety of business settings. New action features, new online skill builders, new cases and video cases work with proven exercises and self-assessment quizzes to help readers develop the managerial, interpersonal, and technical skills necessary for outstanding career success. Help your students acquire the knowledge and skills to manage, lead, and successfully compete in today’s rapidly changing business environment with DuBrin’s ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT, 9E. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Follies Of Globalisation Theory

Author: Justin Rosenberg
Publisher: Verso
ISBN: 9781859843970
Size: 28.40 MB
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The Follies of Globalisation Theory is an erudite and lively critique arguing that current fashionable preoccupations, such as the concern with spatiality, have generated deep intellectual confusions that stand in the way of a clear understanding of the modern world. It shows how and why these confusions ultimately condemn the globalization theorists themselves to a peculiar and quixotic stance: the more clearly they attempt to articulate their arguments, the more equivocal and evasive those arguments become, yielding at best the intellectual equivalent of an architectural folly.

Power Systems

Author: Noam Chomsky
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0805096159
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Conducted from 2010 to 2012, this new collection of conversations explores the most immediate and urgent concerns, including the future of democracy in the Arab world, the implication of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and the breakdown of American mainstream political institutions. Original.

Theories Of Globalization

Author: Barrie Axford
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745671357
Size: 52.95 MB
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Theories of Globalization offers students and scholars a comprehensive and critical introduction to the concept of globalization. Barrie Axford expertly guides readers through the full range of perspectives on the topic, from international political economy to geography, global anthropology to cultural and communication studies. In so doing he draws out the common threads between competing theories, as well as pinpointing the problems that challenge our understanding of globalization. Key terms such as 'globalism' and 'globality' are carefully explained and central themes like capitalism, governance, culture and history explored in full. In assessing the contribution made by globalization theory, Axford's account also sheds new light on several crucial current issues. These range from the changing shape of democracy and citizen engagement with governance, to issues surrounding 'just war' and humane intervention, and problems relating to empire and post-colonialism. This wide-ranging and detailed new book will be essential reading for students and scholars of international politics, sociology and any area where the concept of globalization is discussed and disputed.

Lourdes Portillo

Author: Rosa Linda Fregoso
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292757921
Size: 50.58 MB
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Filmmaker Lourdes Portillo sees her mission as "channeling the hopes and dreams of a people." Clearly, political commitment has inspired her choice of subjects. With themes ranging from state repression to AIDS, Portillo's films include: Después del Terremoto, the Oscar-nominated Las Madres: The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, La Ofrenda: The Days of the Dead, The Devil Never Sleeps, and Corpus: A Home Movie for Selena. The first study of Portillo and her films, this collection is collaborative and multifaceted in approach, emphasizing aspects of authorial creativity, audience reception, and production processes typically hidden from view. Rosa Linda Fregoso, the volume editor, has organized the book into three parts: interviews (by Fregoso and Kathleen Newman and B. Ruby Rich); critical perspectives (essays by Fregoso, Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano, Sylvie Thouard, Norma Iglesias, and Barbara McBane); and production materials (screenplays, script notes, storyboards, etc.). This innovative collection provides "inside" information on the challenges of making independent films. By describing the production constraints Portillo has surmounted, Fregoso deepens our appreciation of this gifted filmmaker's life, her struggles, and the evolution of her art.

Border Dialogues

Author: Iain Chambers
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780415013758
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The essays in Border Dialogues embark on journeys into some of the most challenging territories of contemporary culture, philosophy and criticism. They intervene in the debate on modernism and postmodernism through critical encounters with a diverse range of theoretical and cultural topics. By exploring the interstitial zones where traditional disciplines and discourses overlap, Chambers seeks to widen some of the terms of contemporary critical thought. The common goal of the essays in Border Dialogues is a reading of postmodernity in which the different voices and vocabularies in comtemporary theory come together in an increasingly shared network.

Invitaci N A La Discrepancia

Author: Micó Sanz, Josep Lluís
Publisher: Editorial UOC
ISBN: 8491162747
Size: 57.24 MB
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Los periodistas nunca deben renunciar al dato preciso y al rigor en la interpretación de las causas y consecuencias. Ni siquiera si se adentran en los géneros de opinión o se someten a las limitaciones de espacio y tiempo que imponen las circunstancias de los medios actuales. Su obligación siempre es trascender la obviedad para ser útiles y propiciar un diálogo enriquecedor. Porque, por muy exigente que sea el formato explorado, no hay justificación para lo vacuo. He aquí la motivación principal de este libro: invitar al público a reflexionar sobre la construcción colectiva de un marco de convivencia a través de un centenar de artículos breves o «billetes», originalmente publicados en catalán en el Diari de Girona y traducidos al castellano por el autor. Las piezas tratan de sintetizar, mediante la mínima teoría y toda la práctica posible, las numerosas opciones disponibles para que los columnistas afronten estos retos.

The Sacred Conspiracy

Author: Georges Bataille
Publisher: Atlas Press (GB)
ISBN: 9781900565950
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Having spent the early thirties in far-left groups opposing Fascism, in 1937 Georges Bataille abandoned this approach so as to transfer the struggle onto the mythological plane, founding two groups with this aim in mind. The College of Sociology gave lectures attended by major figures from the Parisian intelligentsia - intended to reveal the hidden undercurrents within a society that appeared to be bordering on collapse. The texts in this book comprise lectures given to the College; essays from the Acephale journal and a large cache of the internal papers of the secret society of Acephale.

Imperfect Institutions

Author: Thráinn Eggertsson
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472023547
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The emergence of New Institutional Economics toward the end of the twentieth century profoundly changed our ideas about the organization of economic systems and their social and political foundations. Imperfect Institutions explores recent developments in this field and pushes the discussion forward by allowing for incomplete knowledge of social systems and unexpected system dynamics and, above all, by focusing explicitly on institutional policy. Empirical studies extending from Africa to Iceland are cited in support of the theoretical argument. In Imperfect Institutions Thrá inn Eggertsson extends his attempt to integrate and develop the new field that began with his acclaimed Economic Behavior and Institutions (1990), which has been translated into six languages. This latest work analyzes why institutions that create relative economic backwardness emerge and persist and considers the possibilities and limits of institutional reform. Thrá inn Eggertsson is Professor of Economics at the University of Iceland and Global Distinguished Professor of Politics at New York University. Previously published works include Economic Behavior and Institutions (1990) and Empirical Studies in Institutional Change with Lee Alston and Douglass North (1996).