Tag: Now

Control, Influence, Accept (For Now) Coping with a Future No One Can Predict [Audiobook]


Free Download Dan Moore (Narrator, Author), "Control, Influence, Accept (For Now): Coping with a Future No One Can Predict"
English | ASIN: B0CP2T3LPG | 2024 | MP3@64 kbps | ~03:24:00 | 94 MB
Prepare for the future from the inside out.
How keen is your self-knowledge? Who influences your understanding of others? When was the last time you really concentrated on your purpose, your resilience, your perspective? And what in the world is polvo?

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Now Is Then Snapshots from the Maresca Collection


Free Download Marvin Heiferman, "Now Is Then: Snapshots from the Maresca Collection"
English | ISBN: 156898748X | 2008 | 192 pages | PDF | 7 MB
Deceptive in their ease of creation, diminutive size, and sheer abundance, snapshots are often thought of as the most innocent type of photography. But snapshots are complex and willful pictures-premeditated, fussed over, and often predetermined. The postures we adopt, the gestures we pantomime, the exaggerated facial expressions we compose and try to hold for a split second are all meant to express the emotional weight of a certain moment. In a time when digital cameras make photography all too easy, it is fascinating to look back on a day when image making was more deliberate.

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Now Media The Evolution of Electronic Communication Ed 4


Free Download Norman J. Medoff, "Now Media: The Evolution of Electronic Communication Ed 4"
English | ISBN: 0367897210 | 2021 | 436 pages | EPUB | 22 MB
Now in its fourth edition, this book is one of the leading texts on the evolution of electronic mass communication in the last century, giving students a clear understanding of how the media of yesterday shaped the media world of today.

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Child slavery now A contemporary reader


Free Download Gary Craig, "Child slavery now: A contemporary reader"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1847426107, 1847429467, 1847426093 | PDF | pages: 360 | 2.4 mb
Most slave trades were abolished during the 19th century yet there remain millions of people in slavery today, amongst them approximately 210 million children in slavery, trafficked, in debt bondage and other forms of forced labour. This groundbreaking book, drawing on experience worldwide, shows how children remain locked in slavery, the ways in which they are exploited and how they can be emancipated. Written for policy and political actors, academics and activists, it reminds us also that all are implicated in modern childhood slavery – as consumers – and need both to understand its causes, and act to stop it.

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