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Television, Ethnicity and Cultural Change
Taylor and Francis (1995)
28,65 €

For 'ethnic minorities' in Britain, broadcast TV provides powerful representations of national and...

Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan contact zones at the BBC World Service (1932–2012)

Diasporas and Diplomacy

Cosmopolitan contact zones at the BBC World Service (1932–2012)

Taylor and Francis (2013)
48,15 €

Diasporas and Diplomacy analyzes the exercise of British ‘soft power’ through the BBC’s foreign...

Making Medicare: The Politics of Universal Health Care in Australia

Making Medicare

The Politics of Universal Health Care in Australia

UNSW Press (2013)
36,88 €

Since the 1980s, Australians have had a system of universal health care that we largely take for...

Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change

Drama for Development

Cultural Translation and Social Change

Andrew Skuse, Marie Gillespie and 1 more...
SAGE Publications (2011)
51,22 €

A research collaboration between the The Open University, the University of Adelaide and the BBC...

Something to Talk About: Creative Booktalking for Adults

Something to Talk About

Creative Booktalking for Adults

Scarecrow Press (2006)
62,42 €

This is the first book to focus solely on booktalking to adults. Here is an instruction manual and a...

Social Media and Religious Change
De Gruyter (2013)
119,95 €

The series Religion and Society (RS) contributes to the exploration of religions as social...

Sustainability in Higher Education: Stories and Strategies for Transformation

Sustainability in Higher Education

Stories and Strategies for Transformation

The MIT Press (2013)
32,00 €

Campus leaders describe how community colleges, publicly funded universities, and private liberal...

Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities

Diasporas

Concepts, Intersections, Identities

Jeffrey Lesser, Homi Bhabha and 46 more...
Zed Books (2010)
26,36 €

Charts the ways in which global population movements have been seen through the lens of 'diaspora'.