Generational Teaching

Generational Teaching
Author: Christopher Allen
Publsiher: Christopher Jabbo Allen
Total Pages: 113
Release: 2012-07-05
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781475035650

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" ... An educator will learn to gain and keep the interest of students from different generations by employing non-conventional intercommunication teaching methods. Students will learn to engage with teachers and mentors from different generations by learning through a language that speaks specifically to them. This book is a guide on education through relationship building and a snapshot on how communication affects us all. To accomplish this, we will explore practices to introduce and maintain dialogue between groups, as well as to establish relationship guidelines and boundaries through teaching methods."--Introduction

Gen X TV

Gen X TV
Author: Rob Owen
Publsiher: Syracuse University Press
Total Pages: 248
Release: 1997-03-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0815604432

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No generation eludes definition as much as Generation X. Rob Owens opens with a history of network and cable television since the birth of Generation X, but goes on to explore the symbiotic relationship between television and this largely misunderstood age group. From the first megahit The Brady Bunch to today's Friends, Owen unflinchingly describes the boob tube as the ubiquitous babysitter for millions of young people. Television, Owen maintains, consumes innocence as viewers encounter countless episodes of society's woes, from political strife and environmental decimation to everyday violence and crime.

Spree

Spree
Author: Pamela Klaffke
Publsiher: arsenal pulp press
Total Pages: 236
Release: 2003
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 1551521431

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In this age of high consumption shopping is going stronger than ever as a national pastime. We are a culture obsessed and beguiled by the desire for consumer goods. Journalist and shopping addict Klaffke documents the history of shopping, from a time when cattle were currency to the current age of contemporary shopping phenomenon like QVC and eBay. From the history of the mall, to a look at the darker side of shopping culture - kleptomania, shopping addictions, anti-consumerism - this is the definitive chronology of the materialist age.

Schoolhouse Rock

Schoolhouse Rock
Author: Postcard Books Staff
Publsiher: Andrews McMeel Pub
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1996-01-01
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0836215591

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Hurray! All of the Saturday morning favorites are here: "Conjunction, Junction", "I'm Just a Bill", "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly", "interjection!" and many more. With the Schoolhouse Rock postcard book from A&M, your customers can mail somebody a memory, or tear it out and keep it for themselves.

Media Effects

Media Effects
Author: Jennings Bryant,Dolf Zillmann
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 645
Release: 2002
Genre: Mass media
ISBN: 9780805838633

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Media Effects covers topics such as intermedia processes and powerful media effects, political communication effects and media influences on marketing communications.

The Godwink Effect

The Godwink Effect
Author: Squire Rushnell,Louise DuArt
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 178
Release: 2017-07-04
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781501119668

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From the authors of the popular and bestselling Godwink series comes a new and inspiring collection of true stories about people whose lives were changed by specific and extraordinary answers to their prayers. Prayer is a universal act that anyone can participate in. Simply stated: prayer is a conversation between you and God, and oftentimes brings incredible and astonishing results. The outcomes are called “answered prayers.” Yet, with no alternative word in the English language for answered prayer, readers have begun to fill the void with Godwink, which is now making its way into dictionaries. In The Godwink Effect, SQuire and Louise, husband and wife, make the case that Godwinks and prayer are inextricably intertwined. The first of seven secrets for more Godwinks is to pray. Moreover, when a Godwink occurs, like a pebble tossed into a pond, there are subsequent ripples that touch the lives of others. Typical of all Godwink books, this volume will be packed with amazing real-life stories about ordinary people, as well as some well-known figures, that reinforce the power of prayer in their lives and the Godwinks that followed.

Animators of Film and Television

Animators of Film and Television
Author: Noell K. Wolfgram Evans
Publsiher: McFarland
Total Pages: 228
Release: 2017-02-10
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 9780786486038

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In the words of Walt Disney, “Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive.” Part biography, part history, part artistic commentary, this volume looks at major figures in the field of animation and discusses how their contributions have affected the course of the industry—and, in many cases, popular culture as a whole. These gifted artists are divided into several classifications: Idealists (Art Babbitt, John Hubley); Mavericks (John Kricfalusi, Terry Gilliam); Technicians (Max and Dave Fleischer); Influencers (Frank Tashlin, Matt Groening, Ray Harryhausen, Ed Benedict); Trailblazers (Lotte Rieniger, Lillian Friedman); Teller of Tales (Henry Selick); Teachers (George Newall, Tom Yohe, the FMPU); and Storytellers (Joe Grant, Bill Scott, Michael Maltese). A selective list of each animator’s key films and awards is included.

Environmentalism in Popular Culture

Environmentalism in Popular Culture
Author: Noël Sturgeon
Publsiher: University of Arizona Press
Total Pages: 241
Release: 2022-04-12
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9780816548279

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In this thoughtful and highly readable book, Noël Sturgeon illustrates the myriad and insidious ways in which American popular culture depicts social inequities as “natural” and how our images of “nature” interfere with creating solutions to environmental problems that are just and fair for all. Why is it, she wonders, that environmentalist messages in popular culture so often “naturalize” themes of heroic male violence, suburban nuclear family structures, and U.S. dominance in the world? And what do these patterns of thought mean for how we envision environmental solutions, like “green” businesses, recycling programs, and the protection of threatened species? Although there are other books that examine questions of culture and environment, this is the first book to employ a global feminist environmental justice analysis to focus on how racial inequality, gendered patterns of work, and heteronormative ideas about the family relate to environmental questions. Beginning in the late 1980s and moving to the present day, Sturgeon unpacks a variety of cultural tropes, including ideas about Mother Nature, the purity of the natural, and the allegedly close relationships of indigenous people with the natural world. She investigates the persistence of the “myth of the frontier” and its extension to the frontier of space exploration. She ponders the popularity (and occasional controversy) of penguins (and penguin family values) and questions assumptions about human warfare as “natural.” The book is intended to provoke debates—among college students and graduate students, among their professors, among environmental activists, and among all citizens who are concerned with issues of environmental quality and social equality.