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Stallwitz, A: Role of Community-Mindedness in t...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09.05.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Role of Community-Mindedness in the Self-Regulation of Drug Cultures, Titelzusatz: A Case Study from the Shetland Islands, Auflage: 2012, Autor: Stallwitz, Anke, Verlag: Springer Netherlands // Springer Netherland, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Verbrechen und Kriminologie // Kriminalistik // Sozialpsychologie // Umweltschützer: Denkansätze und Ideologien, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 400, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 604 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stallwitz, A: Role of Community-Mindedness
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Erscheinungsdatum: 27.04.2012, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: The Role of Community-Mindedness in the Self-Regulation of Drug Cultures, Titelzusatz: A Case Study from the Shetland Islands, Autor: Stallwitz, Anke, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Netherland, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Kriminologie // Soziologie // Psychologie // Sozial // Sozialpsychologie // Umwelt // Schutz // Umweltschutz // Verbrechen und Kriminologie // Kriminalistik // Umweltschützer: Denkansätze und Ideologien // Shetlandinseln // Shetland Islands, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 379, Herkunft: NIEDERLANDE (NL), Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 764 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Internationaler Buchmarkt
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Wer in der Buchbranche und in angrenzenden Bereichen arbeiten möchte, bewegt sich in einem äußerst dynamischen Umfeld. Die beste Grundlage für einen erfolgreichen Umgang mit immer neuen Herausforderungen und stetigem Wandel ist eine solide Informationsbasis verknüpft mit andauernder persönlicher Weiterbildung. Die Reihe BRAMANNBasics buch & medien bietet dafür aktuelles und komprimiertes Wissen. Als Herausgeber fungieren Klaus-Wilhelm Bramann, Verleger für Fachthemen der Medienbranche und Anke Vogel, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Gutenberg-Institut für Weltliteratur und schriftorientierte Medien an der Universität Mainz. Bei den Autor innen handelt es sich um anerkannte Wissenschaftler innen und herausragende Praktiker innen, die ihre Erfahrungen aus Forschung, Lehre und Berufspraxis in ihre Darstellungen einfließen lassen.Die deutsch-amerikanische Autorin dieses Bandes, Corinna Norrick-Rühl, ist Juniorprofessorin für Buchwissenschaft in Mainz. Anglophone Buchmärkte stellen einen Schwerpunkt in ihrer Lehr- und Forschungstätigkeit dar. Darüber hinaus ist sie in der internationalen wissenschaftlichen Community im Bereich Book Studies hervorragend vernetzt.Das Wissen um die Zusammenhänge im internationalen Buchgeschäft gewinnt in einer zunehmend globalisierten Branche immer weiter an Bedeutung. Nicht nur in ökonomischer Perspektive gilt es neue Chancen und Risiken gegeneinander abzuwägen, sondern auch die kulturellen Auswirkungen eines transnationalen Buchmarktes zu hinterfragen. Der vorliegende Band liefert zahlreiche Zahlen und Fakten, spricht aber auch grundsätzliche Probleme im internationalen Buchmarkt so- wie buchpolitische Fragestellungen an.

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You Roll, Girl!
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Das kreative Mitmachbuch für alle Rollergirls! Stylisch, knallig, bunt! »You Roll, Girl!« ist das allererste Mitmachbuch zum Rollschuhfahren. Rollschuh-Fans finden hier alles, was das Skater-Herz begehrt: Umfangreiche Tipps und Infos zur Technik, inspirierende Ausmalbilder, neue Tricks und Moves und viele Ideen zum Kreativwerden! Finde deinen Skaternamen mit dem Namesgenerator, gestalte ein Logo für deine Rollergang und fordere deine Freunde zur nächsten Challenge heraus. Mit vielen bunten Seiten zum Selbstgestalten, Ausfüllen und Ausmalen. Halte deine Erlebnisse für dich fest oder teile sie mit anderen aus der Community. Für Anfänger, Fortgeschrittene, kleine und grosse Skater*innen geeignet. Liebevoll illustriert und gestaltet von Autorin und Illustratorin Anke Dregnat, die selbst begeisterte Rollschuhfahrerin ist und sich bestens mit allen Tricks rund um Rampskating, Figureskating und Rollerskating auskennt.

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Ubuntu and the Reconstitution of Community
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Anna-Marie de Beer is a lecturer in French and Francophone studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Unifier Dyer is a Research Assistant with the Centre for the Advancement for Scholarship at the University of Pretoria and is an MA/PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Anke Graness is Elise Richter Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna (Austria), and project leader of a FWF-funded research project on the History of Philosophy in Africa at the University of Vienna. She is the author of Das menschliche Minimum. Globale Gerechtigkeit aus afrikanischer Sicht: Henry Odera Oruka. She is editor (with K. Kresse) of Sagacious Reasoning: H. Odera Oruka in memoriam and editor (with F. Gmainer-Pranzl) of Perspektiven interkulturellen Philosophierens. Beitr¿ zur Geschichte und Methodik von Polylogen. Dirk J. Louw teaches African Philosophy, Applied Ethics and Philosophical Counselling in the Department of Philosophy of Stellenbosch University (South Africa). He is also a clinical psychologist and former editor of the South African Journal of Philosophy. D. A. Masolo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Louisville. Masolo is author of Self and Community in a Changing World (a finalist for the Melville Herskovts Award for the Best Scholarly book published on/about Africa in the English language in the year) and African Philosophy in Search of Identity. He is editor (with Ivan Karp) of African Philosophy as Cultural Inquiry. Aloo Osotsi Mojola is a professor of philosophy and translation studies at St Paul's University, Limuru, Kenya and an honorary professor as well as research associate, Faculty of Theology, Pretoria University, South Africa. He is author of God Speaks In Our Own Languages: Bible Translation in East Africa 1844¿1998. Oriare Nyarwath is a Senior Lecturer of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is author of Traditional Logic: An Introduction. James Ogude is a Senior Research Fellow and the Director at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Until his recent appointment he was a Professor of African Literature and Cultures in the School of Literature, Language and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, serving as the Head of African Literature and also Assistant Dean ¿ Research, in the Faculty of Humanities. He is author of Ngugi's Novels and African History: Narrating the Nation and he has co-edited a total of four books and one anthology of African stories, including most recently Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Bhekizizwe Peterson is a professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and a director of Natives At Large Film and Television Production Company. His publications include Missionaries and African Intellectuals: African Theatre and the Unmaking of Colonial Marginality, Zulu Love Letter: A Screenplay and (with Janet Remmington and Brian Willan) Sol Plaatje's Native Life in South Africa: Past and Present. He is the writer and/or producer of internationally acclaimed films including Fools, Zulu Love Letter, and Zwelidumile (all directed by Ramadan Suleman) and Born into Struggle, The Battle for Johannesburg, and Miners Shot Down (all directed by Rehad Desai). Augustine Shutte was an Honorary Research Associate in the Philosophy Department of the University of Cape Town. He was author of Ubuntu: An Ethics for a New South Africa. Dr. Shutte passed on in 2016. Niels Weidtmann is Director of the interdisciplinary institute Forum Scientiarum at the University of T¿bingen. His research interests are in intercultural philosophy, phenomenology, hermeneutics, anthropology, and the philosophy of science. He is author of Interkulturelle Philosophie. Aufgaben ¿ Dimensionen ¿ Wege, editor of several book series and has published a wide range of articles. Weidtmann is a board member of the International Society of Intercultural Philosophy and editor of the online journal polylog.org.

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Ubuntu and the Reconstitution of Community
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Anna-Marie de Beer is a lecturer in French and Francophone studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Unifier Dyer is a Research Assistant with the Centre for the Advancement for Scholarship at the University of Pretoria and is an MA/PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Anke Graness is Elise Richter Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna (Austria), and project leader of a FWF-funded research project on the History of Philosophy in Africa at the University of Vienna. She is the author of Das menschliche Minimum. Globale Gerechtigkeit aus afrikanischer Sicht: Henry Odera Oruka. She is editor (with K. Kresse) of Sagacious Reasoning: H. Odera Oruka in memoriam and editor (with F. Gmainer-Pranzl) of Perspektiven interkulturellen Philosophierens. Beitr¿ zur Geschichte und Methodik von Polylogen. Dirk J. Louw teaches African Philosophy, Applied Ethics and Philosophical Counselling in the Department of Philosophy of Stellenbosch University (South Africa). He is also a clinical psychologist and former editor of the South African Journal of Philosophy. D. A. Masolo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Louisville. Masolo is author of Self and Community in a Changing World (a finalist for the Melville Herskovts Award for the Best Scholarly book published on/about Africa in the English language in the year) and African Philosophy in Search of Identity. He is editor (with Ivan Karp) of African Philosophy as Cultural Inquiry. Aloo Osotsi Mojola is a professor of philosophy and translation studies at St Paul's University, Limuru, Kenya and an honorary professor as well as research associate, Faculty of Theology, Pretoria University, South Africa. He is author of God Speaks In Our Own Languages: Bible Translation in East Africa 1844¿1998. Oriare Nyarwath is a Senior Lecturer of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is author of Traditional Logic: An Introduction. James Ogude is a Senior Research Fellow and the Director at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Until his recent appointment he was a Professor of African Literature and Cultures in the School of Literature, Language and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, serving as the Head of African Literature and also Assistant Dean ¿ Research, in the Faculty of Humanities. He is author of Ngugi's Novels and African History: Narrating the Nation and he has co-edited a total of four books and one anthology of African stories, including most recently Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Bhekizizwe Peterson is a professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and a director of Natives At Large Film and Television Production Company. His publications include Missionaries and African Intellectuals: African Theatre and the Unmaking of Colonial Marginality, Zulu Love Letter: A Screenplay and (with Janet Remmington and Brian Willan) Sol Plaatje's Native Life in South Africa: Past and Present. He is the writer and/or producer of internationally acclaimed films including Fools, Zulu Love Letter, and Zwelidumile (all directed by Ramadan Suleman) and Born into Struggle, The Battle for Johannesburg, and Miners Shot Down (all directed by Rehad Desai). Augustine Shutte was an Honorary Research Associate in the Philosophy Department of the University of Cape Town. He was author of Ubuntu: An Ethics for a New South Africa. Dr. Shutte passed on in 2016. Niels Weidtmann is Director of the interdisciplinary institute Forum Scientiarum at the University of T¿bingen. His research interests are in intercultural philosophy, phenomenology, hermeneutics, anthropology, and the philosophy of science. He is author of Interkulturelle Philosophie. Aufgaben ¿ Dimensionen ¿ Wege, editor of several book series and has published a wide range of articles. Weidtmann is a board member of the International Society of Intercultural Philosophy and editor of the online journal polylog.org.

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You Roll, Girl!
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Das kreative Mitmachbuch für alle Rollergirls! Stylisch, knallig, bunt! »You Roll, Girl!« ist das allererste Mitmachbuch zum Rollschuhfahren. Rollschuh-Fans finden hier alles, was das Skater-Herz begehrt: Umfangreiche Tipps und Infos zur Technik, inspirierende Ausmalbilder, neue Tricks und Moves und viele Ideen zum Kreativwerden! Finde deinen Skaternamen mit dem Namesgenerator, gestalte ein Logo für deine Rollergang und fordere deine Freunde zur nächsten Challenge heraus. Mit vielen bunten Seiten zum Selbstgestalten, Ausfüllen und Ausmalen. Halte deine Erlebnisse für dich fest oder teile sie mit anderen aus der Community. Für Anfänger, Fortgeschrittene, kleine und große Skater*innen geeignet. Liebevoll illustriert und gestaltet von Autorin und Illustratorin Anke Dregnat, die selbst begeisterte Rollschuhfahrerin ist und sich bestens mit allen Tricks rund um Rampskating, Figureskating und Rollerskating auskennt.

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Ubuntu and the Reconstitution of Community
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Anna-Marie de Beer is a lecturer in French and Francophone studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Unifier Dyer is a Research Assistant with the Centre for the Advancement for Scholarship at the University of Pretoria and is an MA/PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Anke Graness is Elise Richter Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna (Austria), and project leader of a FWF-funded research project on the History of Philosophy in Africa at the University of Vienna. She is the author of Das menschliche Minimum. Globale Gerechtigkeit aus afrikanischer Sicht: Henry Odera Oruka. She is editor (with K. Kresse) of Sagacious Reasoning: H. Odera Oruka in memoriam and editor (with F. Gmainer-Pranzl) of Perspektiven interkulturellen Philosophierens. Beitr¿ zur Geschichte und Methodik von Polylogen. Dirk J. Louw teaches African Philosophy, Applied Ethics and Philosophical Counselling in the Department of Philosophy of Stellenbosch University (South Africa). He is also a clinical psychologist and former editor of the South African Journal of Philosophy. D. A. Masolo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Louisville. Masolo is author of Self and Community in a Changing World (a finalist for the Melville Herskovts Award for the Best Scholarly book published on/about Africa in the English language in the year) and African Philosophy in Search of Identity. He is editor (with Ivan Karp) of African Philosophy as Cultural Inquiry. Aloo Osotsi Mojola is a professor of philosophy and translation studies at St Paul's University, Limuru, Kenya and an honorary professor as well as research associate, Faculty of Theology, Pretoria University, South Africa. He is author of God Speaks In Our Own Languages: Bible Translation in East Africa 1844¿1998. Oriare Nyarwath is a Senior Lecturer of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is author of Traditional Logic: An Introduction. James Ogude is a Senior Research Fellow and the Director at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Until his recent appointment he was a Professor of African Literature and Cultures in the School of Literature, Language and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, serving as the Head of African Literature and also Assistant Dean ¿ Research, in the Faculty of Humanities. He is author of Ngugi's Novels and African History: Narrating the Nation and he has co-edited a total of four books and one anthology of African stories, including most recently Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Bhekizizwe Peterson is a professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and a director of Natives At Large Film and Television Production Company. His publications include Missionaries and African Intellectuals: African Theatre and the Unmaking of Colonial Marginality, Zulu Love Letter: A Screenplay and (with Janet Remmington and Brian Willan) Sol Plaatje's Native Life in South Africa: Past and Present. He is the writer and/or producer of internationally acclaimed films including Fools, Zulu Love Letter, and Zwelidumile (all directed by Ramadan Suleman) and Born into Struggle, The Battle for Johannesburg, and Miners Shot Down (all directed by Rehad Desai). Augustine Shutte was an Honorary Research Associate in the Philosophy Department of the University of Cape Town. He was author of Ubuntu: An Ethics for a New South Africa. Dr. Shutte passed on in 2016. Niels Weidtmann is Director of the interdisciplinary institute Forum Scientiarum at the University of T¿bingen. His research interests are in intercultural philosophy, phenomenology, hermeneutics, anthropology, and the philosophy of science. He is author of Interkulturelle Philosophie. Aufgaben ¿ Dimensionen ¿ Wege, editor of several book series and has published a wide range of articles. Weidtmann is a board member of the International Society of Intercultural Philosophy and editor of the online journal polylog.org.

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Ubuntu and the Reconstitution of Community
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Anna-Marie de Beer is a lecturer in French and Francophone studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Unifier Dyer is a Research Assistant with the Centre for the Advancement for Scholarship at the University of Pretoria and is an MA/PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Anke Graness is Elise Richter Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna (Austria), and project leader of a FWF-funded research project on the History of Philosophy in Africa at the University of Vienna. She is the author of Das menschliche Minimum. Globale Gerechtigkeit aus afrikanischer Sicht: Henry Odera Oruka. She is editor (with K. Kresse) of Sagacious Reasoning: H. Odera Oruka in memoriam and editor (with F. Gmainer-Pranzl) of Perspektiven interkulturellen Philosophierens. Beitr¿ zur Geschichte und Methodik von Polylogen. Dirk J. Louw teaches African Philosophy, Applied Ethics and Philosophical Counselling in the Department of Philosophy of Stellenbosch University (South Africa). He is also a clinical psychologist and former editor of the South African Journal of Philosophy. D. A. Masolo is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Louisville. Masolo is author of Self and Community in a Changing World (a finalist for the Melville Herskovts Award for the Best Scholarly book published on/about Africa in the English language in the year) and African Philosophy in Search of Identity. He is editor (with Ivan Karp) of African Philosophy as Cultural Inquiry. Aloo Osotsi Mojola is a professor of philosophy and translation studies at St Paul's University, Limuru, Kenya and an honorary professor as well as research associate, Faculty of Theology, Pretoria University, South Africa. He is author of God Speaks In Our Own Languages: Bible Translation in East Africa 1844¿1998. Oriare Nyarwath is a Senior Lecturer of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is author of Traditional Logic: An Introduction. James Ogude is a Senior Research Fellow and the Director at the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria. Until his recent appointment he was a Professor of African Literature and Cultures in the School of Literature, Language and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand, serving as the Head of African Literature and also Assistant Dean ¿ Research, in the Faculty of Humanities. He is author of Ngugi's Novels and African History: Narrating the Nation and he has co-edited a total of four books and one anthology of African stories, including most recently Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Bhekizizwe Peterson is a professor of African Literature at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and a director of Natives At Large Film and Television Production Company. His publications include Missionaries and African Intellectuals: African Theatre and the Unmaking of Colonial Marginality, Zulu Love Letter: A Screenplay and (with Janet Remmington and Brian Willan) Sol Plaatje's Native Life in South Africa: Past and Present. He is the writer and/or producer of internationally acclaimed films including Fools, Zulu Love Letter, and Zwelidumile (all directed by Ramadan Suleman) and Born into Struggle, The Battle for Johannesburg, and Miners Shot Down (all directed by Rehad Desai). Augustine Shutte was an Honorary Research Associate in the Philosophy Department of the University of Cape Town. He was author of Ubuntu: An Ethics for a New South Africa. Dr. Shutte passed on in 2016. Niels Weidtmann is Director of the interdisciplinary institute Forum Scientiarum at the University of T¿bingen. His research interests are in intercultural philosophy, phenomenology, hermeneutics, anthropology, and the philosophy of science. He is author of Interkulturelle Philosophie. Aufgaben ¿ Dimensionen ¿ Wege, editor of several book series and has published a wide range of articles. Weidtmann is a board member of the International Society of Intercultural Philosophy and editor of the online journal polylog.org.

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