In The Shadow Of Change
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📒Cuba In The Shadow Of Change ✍ Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb
✏Cuba in the Shadow of Change Book Summary : "Amelia Weinreb takes readers deep inside the everyday life of middle-class Cubans - arguably the majority of citizens on the island. Un-theorized and under-described, it is a group that is portrayed honestly, accurately, and empathetically. The political and economic systems of Cuba in the post-Soviet period pose ongoing challenges to ordinary Cubans as they struggle in the waning years of the Castro regime. Weinreb demonstrates that the major reason they have been ignored in the scholarly literature is because remaining obscure is one of their strategies for coping with these challenges. Weinreb has made repeated visits to the island, frequently living in local communities along with her family. Thus her ethnography of this 'shadow public' is based upon traditional participant-observer methodology. Her experiences - from the clothesline, the back bedroom, the kitchen table, and the living room sofa - allow her an unprecedented opportunity to bring to outside readers the reality of daily life in Cuba, and she includes an epilogue that addresses citizen and consumer changes that have taken place since Raúl Castro became president in February 2008"--Publisher's description.
📒The Shadow Of God And The Hidden Imam ✍ Said Amir Arjomand
✏The Shadow of God and the Hidden Imam Book Summary : Dismissing oversimplified and politically charged views of the politics of Shi'ite Islam, Said Amir Arjomand offers a richly researched sociological and historical study of Shi'ism and the political order of premodern Iran that exposes the roots of what became Khomeini's theocracy.
📒Songs For A World Of Change ✍ William Gammon
✏Songs for a World of Change Book Summary : Songs For A World Of Change Are Songs About Many Things. A Lot Of The Song Lyrics Touch On Subjects About Social Acceptance (Childhood Fantasies) And Searching For Romance (Twilight Nights). Also, The Author (William Gammon) Touches On Deep Issues About War (Battle Scars) And The Use Of Drugs (Numb Me Down a.k.a Novocaine).
📒Why Do Shadows Change Level 5 Factbook ✍ Nicolas Brasch
✏Why Do Shadows Change Level 5 Factbook Book Summary : A series of twenty non-fiction science readers which engages children in the world around them. What is light? What is white light? What is a polar night? You can find the answers to these and other questions about light and shade in Why Do Shadows Change?
📒Culture Politics And Climate Change ✍ Deserai A. Crow
✏Culture Politics and Climate Change Book Summary : Focusing on cultural values and norms as they are translated into politics and policy outcomes, this book presents a unique contribution in combining research from varied disciplines and from both the developed and developing world. This collection draws from multiple perspectives to present an overview of the knowledge related to our current understanding of climate change politics and culture. It is divided into four sections – Culture and Values, Communication and Media, Politics and Policy, and Future Directions in Climate Politics Scholarship – each followed by a commentary from a key expert in the field. The book includes analysis of the challenges and opportunities for establishing successful communication on climate change among scientists, the media, policy-makers, and activists. With an emphasis on the interrelation between social, cultural, and political aspects of climate change communication, this volume should be of interest to students and scholars of climate change, environment studies, environmental policy, communication, cultural studies, media studies, politics, sociology.
📒Under The Shadow Of His Wings ✍ Larry Duce Cobb
✏Under the Shadow of His Wings Book Summary : I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Mr. Cobb does an exceptional job in simplifying the complexity of lifes lessons. From personal experiences, frequent spiritual awakenings, quick wittedness and shrewdness throughout his writing. This book has much to acclaim it by way of worth, quality and depth. It shows that Mr. Cobb was consistent in communicating details having more to offer than merely dry composed words. It shows deep feelings, emotions and points of view in a rhythmic form. His choice of words is not to make them rhyme but to freely flow. It is with this in mind that I invite you to read and enjoy this awesome publication by Mr. Larry Duce Cobb. Get comfortable, prepare yourself for a pleasurable feast for the mind and learn from lifes experiences as coming from the words of this great author/poet/survivor and man of God. I ask, waiting for an answer, I knock, praying its heard, I seek, hoping to find the promises of God on time Saundra Owens
📒In The Shadow Of The Law ✍ Kermit Roosevelt
✏In the Shadow of the Law Book Summary : Morgan Siler is one of Washington, D.C.'s most powerful K Street law firms, its roster of clients stocked with multi-billion-dollar corporations. Through the obsessive efforts of its founder's son, Peter Morgan, his father's old-fashioned business has been transformed into a veritable goliath, embracing bankruptcy and merger divisions that Archibald Morgan had deemed ungentlemanly. As Peter reaches the pinnacle of his career, his firm is embroiled in two difficult cases: a pro bono death-penalty case in Virginia, and a class-action lawsuit brought against Hubble Chemical of Texas after an on-site explosion killed dozens of workers. Assigned to these cases is a group of young associates and seasoned partners struggling to make their way in the firm. Mark Clayton, fresh out of law school, is beginning to loathe his dull workload, and to be frightened by the downgrading of his personal life, when he is assigned to the pro bono case. Assisting him is the mercurial Walker Eliot, a brilliant third-year associate whose passion for the law is as great as his skill at unraveling its intricacies. The aggressive, profane, and wildly successful litigator Harold Fineman is leading the Hubble defense, assisted by first-year Katja Phillips, whose twin devotion to productivity and idealism intrigue him, and Ryan Grady, another first-year, whose quest to pick up girls is starting to interfere with his work. In this complex, ambitious, and gripping first novel, Kermit Roosevelt vividly illustrates the subtle and stark effects of the law on the lives not only of a group of lawyers, but also on communities and private citizens. In the Shadow of the Law is a meditation about the life of the law, the organism that is a law firm, and its impact on those who come within its powerful orbit.
📒In The Shadow Of Selma ✍ Cynthia Griggs Fleming
✏In the Shadow of Selma Book Summary : On March 7, 1965, voting rights demonstrators were brutally beaten as they crossed the Edmund Petis bridge in Selma, Alabama. One of the most-publicized incidents of the civil rights campaign, images from that day have been seared into the nation's consciousness. Yet little has been written about the civil rights events in the surrounding counties, the vast sections of the rural south. Cynthia Griggs Fleming addresses this gap by bringing to light the struggle for equality of the citizens of Wilcox County, Alabama. Although right next door to Selma, their story has been largely ignored. Through the eyes of the residents of the county, Fleming relates a struggle punctuated by cowardice and courage, audacity and timidity, fear and foolishness. And, in the end, the entrenched power structure refused to yield and the county remains segregated to this day. Personal and compelling, In the Shadow of Selma is essential reading for everyone interested in the continuing struggle for civil rights in the United States.
📒Justice In The Shadow Of Death ✍ Michael Davis
✏Justice in the Shadow of Death Book Summary : With wide public support in 1994, Congress established more than sixty new capital crimes. In Justice in the Shadow of Death, Davis argues that, if the United States is ever to join the majority of the world in abolishing capital punishment, opponents of the death penalty must make a stronger philosophical case against it. He systematically dissects the arguments in favor of capital punishment and demonstrates why they are philosophically superior to opposing arguments. Justice in the Shadow of Death is an important book for philosophers, political theorists, policy analysts, and criminal justice specialists.
📒Employment Relations In The Shadow Of Recession ✍ Brigid van Wanrooy
✏Employment Relations in the Shadow of Recession Book Summary : Emerging from the 2011 Workplace Employment Relations Study, this new book provides the most authoritative and comprehensive coverage and analysis of the state of employment relations in Britain.