Lauren Greenfield Generation Wealth

Author: Lauren Greenfield
Publisher: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714872124
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A highly anticipated monograph from the internationally acclaimed documentary photographer and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield: Generation Wealth is both a retrospective and an investigation into the subject of wealth over the last twenty-five years. Greenfield has traveled the world - from Los Angeles to Moscow, Dubai to China - bearing witness to the global boom-and-bust economy and documenting its complicated consequences. Provoking serious reflection, this book is not about the rich, but about the desire to be wealthy, at any cost.

Girl Culture

Author: Lauren Greenfield
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452159287
Size: 19.19 MB
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Revealing and insightful, Lauren Greenfield's classic monograph on the lives of American girls is back in print. Greenfield's award-winning photographs capture the ways in which girls are affected by American popular culture. With an eye for both the common and the eccentric, she visits girls of all ages, discussing issues ranging from eating disorders and self-mutilation to spring break and prom. With more than 100 mesmerizing photographs, 18 interviews, and an introduction by social and cultural historian Joan Jacobs Brumberg, this book is as vital and relevant now as when it was first published.

Global Impacts Of The Western School Model

Author: Joel Spring
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351002724
Size: 52.20 MB
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In this timely analysis of the current state of global educational policies, Joel Spring focuses on the spread of the Western school model and its impact on creating an urban-consumer culture, increasing economic inequalities, contributing to environmental destruction and diminishing compassion and empathy essential for energizing social justice movements. In his signature straightforward, concise style, Spring describes and analyzes the school's role in displacing religious with secular values, promoting nationalism, preparing students to work in global corporations, supporting cultural and linguistic homogeneity, and discusses related goals and effects of anti-globalization movements such as the Alt-right, Anti-fascist groups, radical environmentalism and anarchism. An important addition to Spring’s body of work on global educational policies, this provocative book challenges readers to re-examine what they know about education, globalization and their interconnections.

Consentability

Author: Nancy S. Kim
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107164915
Size: 17.32 MB
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Proposes a reconceptualization of consent which argues that consent should be viewed as a dynamic concept that is context-dependent, incremental, and variable.

The Bouvier Affair

Author: Alexandra Bregman
Publisher: Alexandra Bregman
ISBN: 1733834583
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When Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev realized he was being cheated by his art advisor Yves Bouvier, he was immediately on the warpath for fraud. From Switzerland to Monaco, 37 masterpiece artworks were caught in the middle of complicated money laundering and bribery accusations, where no one was quite who they seemed.

Not The Boss Of Us

Author: Kay Wills Wyma
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 1493414992
Size: 74.29 MB
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Too much to manage and not enough time or energy to do it? Join the club. Life is a pressure cooker and, more and more, being overwhelmed is just considered normal. But, truth be told, life's stresses and circumstances aren't the boss of us. What if we could take Overwhelmed and diffuse it--or, better yet, reframe it to good? Author, blogger, and mother of five Kay Wills Wyma has learned that if we're going to be overwhelmed by anything, let's have it be Truth with all its grace, hope, peace, and love. In this freeing book, she shares how to confront life's pressures we face--at home, online, at work, in our relationships, on our calendars--and replace all those heavy expectations with the liberating truth that we were made for something better. Through her inspiring personal stories sprinkled with a dash of humor, she gives readers permission to step back, let go, and find fulfillment and freedom in a life lived in light of eternity.

Criticizing Photographs

Author: Terry Barrett
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN:
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This brief text is designed to help both beginning and advanced students of photography better develop and articulate thoughtful criticism. Organized around the major activities of criticism (describing, interpreting, evaluating, and theorizing), Criticizing Photographs provides a clear framework and vocabulary for students' critical skill development. The fourth edition includes new black and white and color images, updated commentary, a completely revised chapter on theory that offers a broad discussion of digital images, and an expanded chapter eight on studio critiques and writing about photographs, plus examples of student writing and critique.

Fast Forward

Author: Lauren Greenfield
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
ISBN:
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Presents a collection of interviews and photographs of a diverse group of Los Angeles adolescents--from affluent children of the Westside, to gang members from East L.A.

Newsweek

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