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The New Voices Of Science Fiction

Author : Nino Cipri
ISBN : 9781616962920
Genre : Fiction
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In this daring anthology of cutting-edge short stories, new science fiction luminaries including Rebecca Roanhorse, Amal El-Mohtar, and Sam J. Miller, are showcased with the rising stars that are transforming their genre. Discover exciting writers who are already out of this world, in this space-age sequel to the 2018 World Fantasy Award-winning anthology, The New Voices of Fantasy. [STARRED REVIEW] “Superlative.” —Publishers Weekly Your future is bright! After all, your mother is a robot, your father has joined the alien hive-mind, and your dinner will be counterfeit 3D-printed steak. Even though your worker bots have staged a mutiny, and your tour guide speaks only in memes, you can always sell your native language if you need some extra cash. In The New Voices of Science Fiction, you’ll find the rising stars of the last five years: Rebecca Roanhorse, Amal El-Mohtar, Alice Sola Kim, E. Lily Yu, Rich Larson, Vina Jie-Min Prasad, Sarah Pinsker, Darcie Little Badger, Nino Cipri, S. Qiouyi Lu, Kelly Robson, and more. These extraordinary stories have been hand-selected by cutting-edge and award-winning author Hannu Rajaniemi (The Quantum Thief, Summerland) and genre expert, World Fantasy Award winner, Jacob Weisman (Invaders, The Sword & Sorcery Anthology). So go ahead, join the interstellar revolution. The new kids already hacked the AI. “These authors show us the new new things, from global cataclysms to personal transformations that get us lost in entirely unprecedented landscapes. They are here to wake us, by giving us new waking dreams. Read them, and be changed.” —Hannu Rajaniemi, editor
Category: Fiction

New Voices Coursebook 8

Author : Dr Vijaya, Alka Batra, Charu Rekha, Vijaya Subramaniam
ISBN : 9789353380403
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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1. It is a series of English Coursebooks, Workbooks and Literature Readers for classes 1 to 8. 2. Wall of Fame : At the beginning of the book is a gallery of famous authors and characters that the child will meet inside. 3. The use of Graphic Organisers, Timelines and Graphic retelling of stories help develop critical thinking and study skills in learners—two vital tools for learning. 4. Based on the NCF, the series guides learners through the seven stages of a brain-based approach to learning i.e. Pre-exposure, Preparation, Initiation & Acquisition, Elaboration, Incubation & memory encoding, verification & Confidence check, celebration & Integration. 5. The 5Ps address the above stages as follows : Ponder: aids the learners in pre-acquisition of concepts by setting the context, while preparing them to read the text with the aid of the glossary and in-text questions. Prepare: immerses the learners into the context and initiates holistic learning. It helps in the acquisition of newer perspectives through task-based activities. Practise: lays out the canvas for the stage of elaboration, in which the learners analyse and evaluate the text while applying their understanding of it. Perfect: aids memory encoding through drilling of vocabulary and grammar topics. It helps with incubation of concepts. Perform: functions as a confidence check for learners and ensures verification of their performative skills. This stage of summing up allows a functional integration of acquired concepts, leading to a celebration of learning. 6. Cross-curricular (CC) links weave references from other subjects through the chapters. 7. Task-Based Learning (TBL) activities present learners with real-life situations within the classroom. 8. Life Skills (LS) are enhanced through challenging texts and value-based concept checking questions (CCQs). 9. Tense Timelines (5-8): On the last page of the book is a graphic representation of Tenses. 10. Full page Illustrations and Double-spreads in lower classes make learning fun and interesting.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

New Voices 005

Author : J. R. Kruze
ISBN : 9780359192915
Genre : Fiction
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A collection of short stories from new voices - the cross-currents of mystery, fantasy, science fiction, and romance. Worlds new or perhaps re-visited - but only you will know if this is the stuff of dreams - or nightmares. Wolves that talk to nearly-extinct humans through their minds. Witches that not only represent the five elements, but also the five principles that can defeat all magic. Goddesses who have to work together to defeat a priestess who has mastered social media, and is threatening to use it to zombify the world. How an angel regained her lost wings by finding her true self. A female mechanical genius escapes her failure by learning the finer points of marketing - and its key single core basic. Satire that bites a little close to the truth of our modern times - the political theater that turns deadly - and a woman witness who profits from her mis-statements about abuse, but loses all trust of the people around her... Get Your Copy Now.
Category: Fiction

New Voices New Visions

Author : Catriona Elder
ISBN : 9781443838214
Genre : Social Science
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New Voices, New Visions brings together a collection of papers that engage with the ideas of nation, identity and place. The title New Voices, New Visions harks back to earlier scholarship that endeavoured to explore these issues. It therefore makes links between old and new stories of Australian identity, tracing the continuities, shifts and changes in how Australia is imagined. The collection is deliberately interdisciplinary, gathering work by historians, literary and film scholars, communication and cultural theorists, political scientists and sociologists. This mixed perspectives enables the reader to trace ideas, concepts and theories across a range of disciplines and understand the distinctive ways in which different disciplines engage with ideas of nation, space and Australian identity. The book is written in an engaging and accessible manner, making it an excellent text for undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of Australian Studies. It will be especially useful for the growing number of students living outside Australia who engage with Australian literature and culture. The book provides a range of topics that introduces students to key issues and concepts. It also situates these ideas in historical context. New Voices, New Visions engages with key contemporary issues in everyday Australian life: environment and climate change, immigration, consumerism, travel and cities. It explores these various topics by considering case studies, both contemporary and historical. For example the issue of attitudes to Asia are analysed through art; the topic of national symbols through the case of the crocodile; approaches to immigration via a popular reality television programme. The contributors to this book comprise some of the foremost Australian scholars as well as emerging scholars. This combination ensures a depth of knowledge but also a vibrancy. The editors are experienced scholars whose knowledge of the field is broad and they have brought a coherence to the material ensuring a strong narrative for the reader.
Category: Social Science

New Voices Workbook 6

Author : VIJAYA SUBRAMANIAM,CHARU REKHA,
ISBN : 9789353380687
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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1. Workbooks are from classes 1 to 8. 2. Mapped to the coursebook content. 3. Chapterwise exercises are there for additional practice.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

New Voices In American Studies

Author : Mid-America Conference on Literature, History, Popular Culture and Folklore, Purdue University, 1965
ISBN : 0911198105
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This collection of essays grew out of the first Conference on American Culture held at Purdue University in 1965. The papers are by Leo Stoller, Louis J. Budd, Louis Filler, David Sanders, Edwin H. Cady, Russel B. Nye, Ray B. Browne, Tristram P. Coffin, Am6rico Paredes, Bruno Nettl, C. E. Nelson, and Donald M. Winkelman.
Category: Literary Criticism

Fcc Record

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
ISBN : MINN:30000010451148
Genre : Telecommunication
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Routledge Handbook Of African Media And Communication Studies

Author : Winston Mano
ISBN : 9781351273190
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This handbook comprises fresh and incisive research focusing on African media, culture and communication. The chapters from a cross-section of scholars dissect the forces shaping the field within a changing African context. It adds critical corpora of African scholarship and theory that places the everyday worlds, needs and uses of Africans first. The book goes beyond critiques of the marginality of African approaches in media and communication studies to offer scholars the theoretical and empirical toolkit needed to start building critical corpora of African scholarship and theory that places the everyday worlds, needs and uses of Africans first. Decoloniality demands new epistemological interventions in African media, culture and communication, and this book is an important interlocutor in this space. In a globally interconnected world, changing patterns of authority and power pose new challenges to the ways in which media institutions are constituted and managed, as well as how communication and media policy is negotiated and the manner in which citizens engage with increasing media opportunities. The handbook focuses on the interrelationships of the local and the global and the concomitant consequences for media practice, education and citizen engagement in today’s Africa. Altogether, the book foregrounds convivial epistemologies relevant for locating African media and communication in the pluriverse. This handbook is an essential read for critical media, communications, cultural studies and journalism scholars.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Reader S Guide To The Social Sciences

Author : Jonathan Michie
ISBN : 9781135932268
Genre : Social Science
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This 2-volume work includes approximately 1,200 entries in A-Z order, critically reviewing the literature on specific topics from abortion to world systems theory. In addition, nine major entries cover each of the major disciplines (political economy; management and business; human geography; politics; sociology; law; psychology; organizational behavior) and the history and development of the social sciences in a broader sense.
Category: Social Science

Digital Activism In The Social Media Era

Author : Bruce Mutsvairo
ISBN : 9783319409498
Genre : Social Science
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This book probes the vitality, potentiality and ability of new communication and technological changes to drive online-based civil action across Africa. In a continent booming with mobile innovation and a plethora of social networking sites, the Internet is considered a powerful platform used by pro-democracy activists to negotiate and sometimes push for reform-based political and social changes in Africa. The book discusses and theorizes digital activism within social and geo-political realms, analysing cases such as the #FeesMustFall and #BringBackOurGirls campaigns in South Africa and Nigeria respectively to question the extent to which they have changed the dynamics of digital activism in sub-Saharan Africa. Comparative case study reflections in eight African countries identify and critique digital concepts questioning what impact they have had on the civil society. Cases also explore the African LGBT community as a social movement while discussing opportunities and challenges faced by online activists fighting for LGBT equality. Finally, gender-based activists using digital tools to gain attention and facilitate social changes are also appraised.
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New Voices Vol 003

Author : C. C. Brower
ISBN : 9781387900800
Genre : Fiction
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Two Months of Published Short Stories in One Collected Anthology The third in our series, Featuring original works by S. H. Marpel, C. C. Brower, R. L. Saunders & J. R. Kruze published between May and June, 2018. A baker's dozen stories from our archives. Excerpt from The Tunnel People: We only had a half-hour or so before it would be too dark to make our way down the trails without stumbling. And from these heights you used the existing light, or you set yourself up to be spotted from your flashlight beams. So maybe 15 minutes to talk was all the chance I was going to get. And he knew it. ""So? You are up here to either seduce me or hire me or blackmail me - or some combination of the above,"" Rob said. I just smiled, ""Or some combination of the above..."" The clouds were slowly turning from red through violet into black as we sat there. Patient watching would almost let you see the changes. ""OK, five minutes. Make your pitch, Marj, and then I leave."" Get Your Copy Now.
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Atlanta And Environs

Author : Harold H. Martin
ISBN : 9780820339061
Genre : History
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Atlanta and Environs is, in every way, an exhaustive history of the Atlanta Area from the time of its settlement in the 1820s through the 1970s. Volumes I and II, together more than two thousand pages in length, represent a quarter century of research by their author, Franklin M. Garrett—a man called “a walking encyclopedia on Atlanta history” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. With the publication of Volume III, by Harold H. Martin, this chronicle of the South's most vibrant city incorporates the spectacular growth and enterprise that have characterized Atlanta in recent decades. The work is arranged chronologically, with a section devoted to each decade, a chapter to each year. Volume I covers the history of Atlanta and its people up to 1880—ranging from the city's founding as “Terminus” through its Civil War destruction and subsequent phoenixlike rebirth. Volume II details Atlanta's development from 1880 through the 1930s—including occurrences of such diversity as the development of the Coca-Cola Company and the Atlanta premiere of Gone with the Wind. Taking up the city's fortunes in the 1940s, Volume III spans the years of Atlanta's greatest growth. Tracing the rise of new building on the downtown skyline and the construction of Hartsfield International Airport on the city's perimeter, covering the politics at City Hall and the box scores of Atlanta's new baseball team, recounting the changing terms of race relations and the city's growing support of the arts, the last volume of Atlanta and Environs documents the maturation of the South's preeminent city.
Category: History

Science On The Air

Author : Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette
ISBN : 9780226466958
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Mr. Wizard’s World. Bill Nye the Science Guy. NPR’s Science Friday. These popular television and radio programs broadcast science into the homes of millions of viewers and listeners. But these modern series owe much of their success to the pioneering efforts of early-twentieth-century science shows like Adventures in Science and “Our Friend the Atom.” Science on the Air is the fascinating history of the evolution of popular science in the first decades of the broadcasting era. Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette transports readers to the early days of radio, when the new medium allowed innovative and optimistic scientists the opportunity to broadcast serious and dignified presentations over the airwaves. But the exponential growth of listenership in the 1920s, from thousands to millions, and the networks’ recognition that each listener represented a potential consumer, turned science on the radio into an opportunity to entertain, not just educate. Science on the Air chronicles the efforts of science popularizers, from 1923 until the mid-1950s, as they negotiated topic, content, and tone in order to gain precious time on the air. Offering a new perspective on the collision between science’s idealistic and elitist view of public communication and the unbending economics of broadcasting, LaFollette rewrites the history of the public reception of science in the twentieth century and the role that scientists and their institutions have played in both encouraging and inhibiting popularization. By looking at the broadcasting of the past, Science on the Air raises issues of concern to all those who seek to cultivate a scientifically literate society today.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Routledge Handbook Of Soft Power

Author : Naren Chitty
ISBN : 9781317369363
Genre : Political Science
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The Routledge Handbook of Soft Power is the first volume to offer a comprehensive and detailed picture of soft power and associated forms of public diplomacy. The terms soft power and public diplomacy have enormous currency in media and policy discourse, yet despite all the attention the terms remain conceptually ambiguous for analysts of international influence. The consequence is that the terms have survived as powerful, yet criticized, frames for influence. Divided into two main parts, Part I outlines theoretical problems, methodological questions, the cultural imperative and the technological turn within the study of soft power and Part II focuses on bringing the theory into practice through detailed discussion of key case studies from across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. This innovative handbook provides a definitive resource for students and scholars seeking to familiarize themselves with cutting-edge debates and future research on soft power and will be of interest to those studying and researching in areas such as international relations, public diplomacy and international communication.
Category: Political Science

The Media And Political Process

Author : Dr Eric Louw
ISBN : 9781848607255
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Has the mediaization of politics played any role in encouraging a growing cynicism and disillusionment with political processes in Western democracies? This book examines the increasingly topical subject of the political process and assesses: - The nature of the relationship between mass media and the political process - The impact of media-ization on existing political frameworks - The implications of media-ized politics Eric Louw uses a number of case-studies including political, celebrity, war and terrorism to provide a media studies perspective on how media workers (journalists, public affairs officers, spin-doctors) impact upon the political process. The book also considers the media's role in promoting a range of twentieth century ideologies and emerging dominant discourses. It will be important reading for students of Media, Politics, Cultural Studies; Journalism and Public Relations.
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New Voices 9

Author : Kate Sykes
ISBN : 9780595397686
Genre : Fiction
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Six Pacific Northwest authors share excerpts of their coming novels. When a Haitian thug dies and comes back as a zombie, can the town's Voodoo priestess put aside her desire for revenge and lay the dead to rest? -The Last Rites of E. Efton Mondesir, Anni Armas Evil forces threaten to destroy Earth. To her awe and terror, Marianne finds she has a central role in the joint Earth-Cosmos plan to save the planet. -The Mission of Marianne, Gail Donnelly In post-War Hungary a small group of deportees with glorious pasts and a miserable present must choose between survival and honor. -The Glory of the Defeated, Csaba Hegyvary Argentina's all-female Evita Peron Division carried their memories, hopes and dreams into battle. More than soldiers fell in the Atacama Desert. -Atacama, Robert Seifert Mirabai, celebrated poetess of 16th century Rajasthan, must choose between her spiritual devotion and her husband's love amidst the royal family's accusations of treason. -Blue Tryst, Tanmeet Sethi Despite the peaceful aura of their Cascade Mountain cabin, long-suppressed conflicts surface, neighbors grab for land, and Jill and her family face losing everything. -Cabin in the Woods, Susan Thomas
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Media Power And Hegemony In South Africa

Author : Blessed Ngwenya
ISBN : 9781000280821
Genre : History
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This book critically explores how meanings of ‘independence’ are constructed and reconfigured by public service broadcasters in the global south, with a particular focus on the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC). Blessed Ngwenya questions the institutional, political economy and world systems paradigms born out of coloniality which continue to influence broadcasting and media in the global south, and instead presents a radical local understanding of freedom in the present day. The author draws on detailed empirical interviews with members of staff from across the SABC, including board members, senior management, and journalists, offering an intimate insight into how the participants themselves perceive, understand, and deal with the issues and problems they face in relation to independence. Framed by a rich analysis of the historical context, this book provides readers with the theoretical and empirical toolkit needed to place the everyday experiences and needs of their subjects first, and to ultimately arrive at an accurate understanding of independence in its several senses. Contributing to growing global debates on the decolonisation of knowledge, this book is critical reading for advanced scholars and researchers of African media, culture, communication and epistemic freedom.
Category: History

Calling The Game

Author : Stuart Shea
ISBN : 9781933599410
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Calling the Game: Baseball Broadcasting from 1920 to the Present is an exhaustive, meticulously researched history of bringing the national pastime out of the ballparks and into living rooms via the airwaves. Every play-by-play announcer, color commentator, and ex-ballplayer who has presented a Major League Baseball game to the public is included here. So is every broadcast deal, radio station, and TV network. In addition to chapters for each of the game's thirty franchises, a history of national broadcasting and a look at some of the game's most memorable national broadcast moments are included, as are a foreword by "Voice of the Chicago Cubs" Pat Hughes, and an afterword by Jacques Doucet, the "Voice of the Montreal Expos, 1972-2004." Each team chapter presents a chronological look from how and when the team began broadcasting (since all of the original sixteen major-league franchises predate radio) through the 2014 season. Author Stuart Shea details the history and strategies that shaped each club's broadcast crews, including the highlights and scandals, the hirings and firings, the sponsorships and corporate maneuverings. From the leap to Brooklyn from the radio booth of the Atlanta Crackers by young Ernie Harwell, to the dismissal of Mel Allen by the Yankees, from the tutelage of the now-legendary Vin Scully under the wing of the already legendary Red Barber, to the ascendance of the great Jack Buck to the number one chair in St. Louis upon the ouster of Harry Caray, the stories of the personalities who connect us to the game are all here. Calling the Game is a groundbreaking and illuminating look at the people and the story behind the soundtrack of summer for millions of baseball fans.
Category: Sports & Recreation