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Exploitation Nation #8

Exploitation Nation #8 Author : Mike Watt
Release : 2020-03-16
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ISBN : 9781951036188
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Exploitation Nation #8 is back with an issue dedicated to "defending" the underappreciated films. Every film is someone's favorite - here are a few that deserve another look. Plus: an extensive interview with Terry Gilliam, speaking about his long-awaited masterpiece, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote!

Exploitation Nation #1

Exploitation Nation #1 Author : Mike Watt
Release : 2017-07-07
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN : 9781548718909
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Exploitation Nation - Premiere Issue! Welcome to a brand new publication spotlighting the weird, wonderful world of "exploitation films." With a definition as diverse as the films that fall into that category, the sky is the limit for E.N. In this premiere issue, William J. Wright interviews "Ilsa" herself, Dyanne Thorne; Mike Watt presents "lost" interviews with Clive Barker and his "Saint Sinner" stars, Mary Mara and Rebecca Harrell. Plus everyone's favorite: a large review section! Then we sit back and discuss everyone's favorite sub-genre: the Lesbian Vampire Film. All this and more in Exploitation Nation #1

UNESCO-WIPO World Forum on the Protection of Folklore, Phuket April 8 to 10, 1997

UNESCO-WIPO World Forum on the Protection of Folklore, Phuket April 8 to 10, 1997 Author : World Intellectual Property Organization
Release : 1998
Publisher : WIPO
ISBN : 9789280507553
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The present volume contains the texts of the speeches and papers presented at the World Forum as well as of the "Plan of Action". The Forum was organized by UNESCO and WIPO in cooperation with Ministry of Commerce, Thailand.

Field Day Review 8 (2012)

Field Day Review 8 (2012) Author : Deane, S., and Deane, C.
Release : 2015-01
Publisher : Field Day Publications
ISBN : 094675554X
File Size : 80.11 MB
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Field Day Review, the finest essays in Irish Studies

Developments in Maritime Transportation and Exploitation of Sea Resources

Developments in Maritime Transportation and Exploitation of Sea Resources Author : Carlos Guedes Soares
Release : 2013-10-07
Publisher : CRC Press
ISBN : 1482233002
File Size : 75.52 MB
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Developments in Maritime Transportation and Exploitation of Sea Resources covers recent developments in maritime transportation and exploitation of sea resources, encompassing ocean and coastal areas. The book brings together a selection of papers reflecting fundamental areas of recent research and development in the fields of:- Ship Hydrodynamics-

It'S Our Earth, Book 8 (Rev. Edn.)

It'S Our Earth, Book 8 (Rev. Edn.) Author :
Release : 2009-09
Publisher : Pearson Education India
ISBN : 9788131728680
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Resource Exploitation in Native North America: A Plague upon the Peoples

Resource Exploitation in Native North America: A Plague upon the Peoples Author : Bruce E. Johansen
Release : 2016-01-11
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
ISBN : 1440831858
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This wide-ranging survey of the environmental damage to Native American lands and peoples in North America—in recent times as well as previous decades—documents the continuing impact on the health, wellness, land, and communities of indigenous peoples. • Exposes readers to complete and current information about the severe environmental and health concerns that American Indians living on reservations experience due to environmental degradation • Encourages awareness of the issues tribal governments and Indian communities commonly face in balancing economic rewards and environmental and health consequences • Provides important historical context to support readers' understanding of the present-day situation of American Indians and reservation life

Socialist Thought and Practice

Socialist Thought and Practice Author :
Release : 1969
Publisher :
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The Brazilians

The Brazilians Author : José Honório Rodrigues
Release : 2014-09-10
Publisher : University of Texas Press
ISBN : 1477302905
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Brazil has long been a country in search of its own meaning and mission. Early in their history Brazilians began to puzzle over their surroundings and their relation to them. The eighteenth century produced an entire school of nativistic writers who, with the advent of independence, became fiery nationalists, still pursuing introspective studies of their homeland. Throughout the nineteenth century, the intellectuals of Brazil determined to define their nation, its character, and its aspirations. In this now well-established tradition, José Honório Rodrigues confronts the questions of who and what the Brazilian is, what Brazil stands for, where it has been, and where it is going. This study, originally published in Portuguese as Aspirações nacionais, was especially timely at a period when strong feelings of nationalism led Brazilians to seek to define their own image, and when the revolution of rising expectations disposed them to determine what goals they were seeking and how far they were on the road to achieving them. In order to understand and explain his nation, Rodrigues poses two questions: what are the national characteristics, and what are the national aspirations? Both questions are complex, but the reader will find well-reasoned answers, with a wealth of information on growth and development and abundant statistics to substantiate these answers.

The Exploitation of Natural Resources of the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies

The Exploitation of Natural Resources of the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies Author : Fabio Tronchetti
Release : 2009
Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN : 9004175350
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The purpose of this book is to propose a legal regime to govern the exploitation of natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies. Considering, on the one side, the interest shown by states and private operators to extract and use extraterrestrial natural resources and, on the other, the absence of specific rules dealing with such an option, the establishment of a legal framework to regulate the exploitation of natural resources of the moon and other celestial bodies is needed so as to ensure its peaceful, safe and orderly development.

To Make the Wounded Whole

To Make the Wounded Whole Author : Lewis V. Baldwin
Release : 1992
Publisher : Augsburg Fortress Publishing
ISBN :
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To Make the Wounded Whole describes how King's black messianic vision propelled him into fateful encounters with other black leaders, the war in Vietnam, black theology and world liberation movements.

The Universalist Leader

The Universalist Leader Author :
Release : 1938
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Spectral Nationality

Spectral Nationality Author : Pheng Cheah
Release : 2003-12-24
Publisher : Columbia University Press
ISBN : 0231503601
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This far-ranging and ambitious attempt to rethink postcolonial theory's discussion of the nation and nationalism brings the problems of the postcolonial condition to bear on the philosophy of freedom. Closely identified with totalitarianism and fundamentalism, the nation-state has a tainted history of coercion, ethnic violence, and even, as in ultranationalist Nazi Germany, genocide. Most contemporary theorists are therefore skeptical, if not altogether dismissive, of the idea of the nation and the related metaphor of the political body as an organism. Going against orthodoxy, Pheng Cheah retraces the universal-rationalist foundations and progressive origins of political organicism in the work of Kant and its development in philosophers in the German tradition such as Fichte, Hegel, and Marx. Cheah argues that the widespread association of freedom with the self-generating dynamism of life and culture's power of transcendence is the most important legacy of this tradition. Addressing this legacy's manifestations in Fanon and Cabral's theories of anticolonial struggle and contemporary anticolonial literature, including the Buru Quartet by Indonesian writer Pramoedya Ananta Toer, and the Kenyan writer Ngugi Wa Thiong'o's nationalist novels, Cheah suggests that the profound difficulties of achieving freedom in the postcolonial world indicate the need to reconceptualize freedom in terms of the figure of the specter rather than the living organism.

Sandakan Brothel No.8: Journey into the History of Lower-class Japanese Women

Sandakan Brothel No.8: Journey into the History of Lower-class Japanese Women Author : Tomoko Yamazaki
Release : 2015-03-04
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1317460243
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This is a pioneering work on "karayuki-san", impoverished Japanese women sent abroad to work as prostitutes from the 1860s to the 1920s. The narrative follows the life of one such prostitute, Osaki, who is persuaded as a child of ten to accept cleaning work in Sandakan, North Borneo, and then forced to work as a prostitute in a Japanese brothel, one of the many such brothels that were established throughout Asia in conjunction with the expansion of Japanese business interests. Yamazaki views Osaki as the embodiment of the suffering experienced by all Japanese women, who have long been oppressed under the dual yoke of class and gender. This tale provides the historical and anthropological context for understanding the sexual exploitation of Asian women before and during the Pacific War and for the growing flesh trade in Southeast Asia and Japan today. Young women are being brought to Japan with the same false promises that enticed Osaki to Borneo 80 years ago. Yamazaki Tomoko, who herself endured many economic and social hardships during and after the war, has devoted her life to documenting the history of the exchange of women between Japan and other Asian countries since 1868. She has worked directly with "karayuki-san", military comfort women, war orphans, repatriates, women sent as picture brides to China and Manchuria, Asian women who have wed into Japanese farming communities, and Japanese women married to other Asians in Japan.

Longman Panorama Civics 8

Longman Panorama Civics 8 Author : Dhillon Jasmine
Release : 2007-09
Publisher : Pearson Education India
ISBN : 9788131712146
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