By K. Schutte
By K. Schutte
By Eva von Redecker
Ihre Analysen eint der Blick darauf, wie Gewalt nicht erst in offenkundigen Übergriffen beginnt, sondern auf der Ebene sozialer Normen und Kategorien vorstrukturiert, welche Leben überhaupt als wahrnehmbar und anerkennungswürdig gelten können.
By Linsey Robb
By Helke Sander
By Susan Broomhall
By Umberto Cavallaro
This book tells the interesting tales of the valiant ladies who broke down boundaries to hitch the distance application. starting with the orbital flight of USSR cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova in 1963, they turned gamers within the maximum event of our time. the writer contextualizes their accomplishments in mild of the political and cultural weather, from the chilly conflict within the history to the altering prestige of girls in society at huge through the Seventies.
The booklet contains the biographies of, and at times interviews with, the sixty girls who flew in house within the first part century of house heritage. It studies their achievements and a few little recognized info. the result's a gallery of pioneering ladies who reached for the celebrities: ladies who, with extraordinary ability, exertions, and commitment, reached extraordinary careers as complete pilots, researchers, and engineers; many are actually in excessive point managerial positions either at NASA or in private and non-private corporations, and all left a legacy of strength.
By Melinda Cooper,Catherine Waldby
Cooper and Waldby research the quickly increasing transnational exertions markets surrounding assisted copy and experimental drug trials. As they speak about, the pharmaceutical calls for ever better numbers of trial matters to satisfy its innovation imperatives. The assisted reproductive industry grows as progressively more families glance to third-party companies for fertility prone and sectors of the biomedical search reproductive tissues wealthy in stem cells. Cooper and Waldby hint the old stipulations, political economic climate, and modern trajectory of medical exertions. finally, they exhibit scientific hard work to be emblematic of work in twenty-first-century neoliberal economies.
By Hsin-I Sydney Yueh
The vast imports of renowned cultural items within the overdue 80s, generally from Japan, fermented the kawaii (Japanese lovable) form of femininity in regulating daily communique and the belief of gender roles in Taiwan. the recognition of the baby-like woman snapshot is concurrent with the simmering debate on Taiwanese identification. Taiwan deals a distinct viewpoint for watching id politics since it nonetheless holds an undetermined prestige within the foreign neighborhood. The collective uncertainty in regards to the island’s destiny and the diminishing voice within the foreign society turn into the backdrop for the expansion of defining, examining, and appropriating sajiao elements within the pop culture. This publication deals an in-depth exam of the interaction between neighborhood ancient contexts, cross-border capitalist trade, and daily conversation that shapes the dialogism of Taiwanese identity.
By Candace R. M. Gorham
By Anne L Boedecker