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Author: Moira G. Simpson
Category: Business & Economics
Drawing upon material from Britain, Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, Making Representations explores the ways in which museums and anthropologists are responding to pressures in the field by developing new policies and practices, and forging new relationships with communities. Simpson examines the increasing number of museums and cultural centres being established by indigenous and immigrant communities as they take control of the interpretive process and challenge the traditional role of the museum. Museum studies students and museum professionals will all find this a stimulating and valuable read.
These studies indicate in various ways that people establish representations and
explanations of phenomena about ... The implications of adopting a problem- representation perspective on group decision making in foreign policy are many.
Author: Donald A. Sylvan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Political Science
This volume explains the representation of a problem as well as the choice among specified options for its solution.
In such media representations the oppositional and resistive potential of witness
and testimony as a discursive practice seems to ... and leaders of the UDF
campaign to make the townships ungovernable ( Mayekiso 1996 ; Seekings
1996b ) .
Author: Charmaine McEachern
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Narratives of Nation Media, Memory & Representation in the Making of the New South Africa
By this article each House is given the right of making representations to the
government. Such representations may have the following subjects: 1) the
presenting project of law by the government, when the House is not willing to use
its right ...
Author: Johannes Siemes
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
That Imperial Japan closely resembled authoritarian Germany was no simple coincidence. This book explores the effect of German thought on nineteenth century Japan, focusing on Hermann Roesler—the most influential collaborator. The Meiji leadership was committed to an authoritarian form of government. At the same time it was also clearly committed to a constitutional system. The mid and late 1880's saw the efforts of Japan's most capable leaders directed to the formation and rationalization of this ambivalent system. Because German socio–political ideas played an important role in this process, it is necessary to examine closely the extent of German influences on the Japanese leaders. All the standard Western works on Meiji Japan refer in passing to the influence of German, and in particular of Prussian, political and legal theories. Of the many German scholars who worked in Japan during the mid–Meiji period who were responsible for weighty changes, Hermann Roesler is considered one of the most influential in regard to political thought. Employed by the Japanese government as adviser on legal affairs from 0878, he was until 1893 one of the most trusted and esteemed collaborators of Ito Hirobumi.
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The representations , of course , must be material , and the party making must
know at the time that he was making representations which were false . I am
aware that if a party chooses to trust to the representations , and does not make
Producing Entertaining Representations of Crime for Television Broadcast Anita
Lam. Making. Crime. Television. This book employs actor–network theory in
order to examine how representations of crime are produced for contemporary ...
Author: Anita Lam
Category: Social Science
This book employs actor-network theory in order to examine how representations of crime are produced for contemporary prime-time television dramas. As a unique examination of the production of contemporary crime television dramas, particularly their writing process, Making Crime Television: Producing Entertaining Representations of Crime for Television Broadcast examines not only the semiotic relations between ideas about crime, but the material conditions under which those meanings are formulated. Using ethnographic and interview data, Anita Lam considers how textual representations of crime are assembled by various people (including writers, directors, technical consultants, and network executives), technologies (screenwriting software and whiteboards), and texts (newspaper articles and rival crime dramas). The emerging analysis does not project but instead concretely examines what and how television writers and producers know about crime, law and policing. An adequate understanding of the representation of crime, it is maintained, cannot be limited to a content analysis that treats the representation as a final product. Rather, a television representation of crime must be seen as the result of a particular assemblage of logics, people, creative ideas, commercial interests, legal requirements, and broadcasting networks. A fascinating investigation into the relationship between television production, crime, and the law, this book is an accessible and well-researched resource for students and scholars of Law, Media, and Criminology.
1 Making distinctions Before we can develop a theory of social knowledge in
social psychology, we need to ask the question about the precise assumptions
on which this theory will be based and which will distinguish it from foundational
Author: Ivana Marková
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Develops a theory of social knowledge based on dialogicality and social representation.
jMusic's music representation scheme is based on CPN to make it easy to learn,
but can be much more elaborate and detailed than CPN when this is required. In
this chapter, we introduce Java objects and the way in which they are structured ...
Author: Andrew Brown
Category: Composition (Music)
Making Music with Java is an introduction to music making through software development in the Java programming language using the jMusic library. It explains musical and programming concepts in a coordinated way. The book is written for the musician who wishes to learn about Java programming and computer music concepts, and for the programmer who is interested in music and sound design with Java. It assumes little musical or programming experience and introduces topics and issues as they arise. Sections on computer music and programming are interlaced throughout, but kept separate enough so that those with experience in either area can skip ahead as required.
ESTOPPEL–REPRESENTATIONs To MERCANTILE AGENCY. 1. To constitute
an estoppel in pais, an actual fraudulent intent in making the representation is not
necessary. It is enough that the person making it knows, or ought to know, the ...
9 Wild Life Constructions and Representations of Yardies KARIM MURJI This
chapter is concerned with representations and constructions of "black criminality"
and specifically "yardies" in Britain. It draws on ideas about racialization that
Author: Dr Jeff Ferrell
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Category: Social Science
In Making Trouble, leading scholars in criminology, sociology, criminal justice, womens studies, and social history explore the mediated cultural dynamics that govern image construction and understanding of a wide range of contemporary controversies (for instance, drug dealing, freight train graffi ti, anti-abortion violence, etc.). Edited within unifying central themes such as "situated media"; the evolution of policing and social control; and the gendered construction of crime, deviance, and control, Making Trouble marks a signifi cant expansion within this field.
The UFOCs indicated that no earnings claims were being made and that "none of
[the franchisor's! officers, directors or employees were authorized to make such
statements."" However, such representations were made to prospective ...
Author: Stuart Hershman
Publisher: American Bar Association
This book sheds light on all aspects of earnings claims, including defining what an earnings claim really is, the origins of its regulation under the franchise disclosure laws, how a franchisor should prepare an earnings claim, how a franchisee should use an earnings claim, how a franchisee may attack lawful and unlawful earnings claims, how a franchisor may defend against such attacks, and how the government franchise enforcement authorities, investigate unlawful earnings claim activity.
Thus, infants may start out with representations at a superordinate or global level
(e.g. animals or prototypic mammals), with representations at an intermediate or
basic level (e.g. cats, horses) and subordinate level (e.g. Siamese cats) ...
Author: Denis Mareschal
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Human adults appear different from other animals in their ability to form abstract mental representations that go beyond perceptual similarity. This book brings together leading psychologists and neuroscientists to tackle the age-old puzzle of what might be unique about human concepts.
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Release on 2003-01-09 | by David H. Rakison Assistant Professor of Psychology Carnegie Mellon University
Making Sense of the Blooming, Buzzing Confusion David H. Rakison Assistant
Professor of Psychology Carnegie Mellon ... The ability to form categorical representations for spatial relations early in development should make it possible
Author: David H. Rakison Assistant Professor of Psychology Carnegie Mellon University
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Whether or not infants' earliest perception of the world is a "blooming, buzzing, confusion," it is not long before they come to perceive structure and order among the objects and events around them. At the core of this process, and cognitive development in general, is the ability to categorize--to group events, objects, or properties together--and to form mental representations, or concepts, that encapsulate the commonalities and structure of these categories. Categorization is the primary means of coding experience, underlying not only perceptual and reasoning processes, but also inductive inference and language. The aim of this book is to bring together the most recent findings and theories about the origins and early development of categorization and conceptual abilities. Despite recent advances in our understanding of this area, a number of hotly debated issues remain at the center of the controversy over categorization. Researchers continue to ask questions such as: Which mechanisms for categorization are available at birth and which emerge later? What are the relative roles of perceptual similarity and nonobservable properties in early classification? What is the role of contextual variation in categorization by infants and children? Do different experimental procedures reveal the same kind of knowledge? Can computational models simulate infant and child categorization? How do computational models inform behavioral research? What is the impact of language on category development? How does language partition the world? This book is the first to address these and other key cuestions within a single volume. The authors present a diverse set of views representing cutting-edge empirical and theoretical advances in the field. The result is a thorough review of empirical contributions to the literature, and a wealth of fresh theoretical perspectives on early categorization.
make various representations.38 The Buyer's concern in this instance is not so
much a fear of not being able to obtain the ... that there is a preexisting problem ,
one that would be flushed out by the Seller making additional representations .
Author: Lou R. Kling
Publisher: Law Journal Press
This book includes advice on structuring deals, negotiating agreements, identifying issues and solving the real problems that are likely to arise during the acquisition.
"Making. the. Faces. Black": The. African-American. Detective. Novel. Madelyn
Jablon, Rehoboth Beach Chester Himes aspired to be a writer of serious fiction,
but his ambitions were forgotten when Marcel Duhamel, editor of La Serie Noire,
2.7 Visualisation – making representations Research evidence indicates that making representations can help in the problem solving process (visualisation
can also help when you are trying to be creative – see Chapter 1). A
Author: David J. Adams
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Effective Learning in the Life Sciences is intended to help ensure that each student achieves his or her true potential by learning how to solve problems creatively in laboratory, field or other workplace setting. Each chapter describes state of the art approaches to learning and teaching and will include case studies, worked examples and a section that lists additional online and other resources. All of the chapters are written from the perspective both of students and academics and emphasize and embrace effective scientific method throughout. This title also draws on experience from a major project conducted by the Centre for Bioscience, with a wide range of collaborators, designed to identify and implement creative teaching in bioscience laboratories and field settings. With a strong emphasis on students thinking for themselves and actively learning about their chosen subject Effective Learning in the Life Sciences provides an invaluable guide to making the university experience as effective as possible.
In an early and influential paper, Bobrow (1975) suggested viewing representations as the result of a selective ... Thus, while the Arabic representation makes the decomposition into powers of 10 explicit (making it
easy to determine if a ...
Author: Daniel Hernandez
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book develops, for the first time, a qualitative model for the representation of spatial knowledge based only on locative relations between the objects involved. The core of this book is devoted to the study of qualitative inference methods that take into account the rich structure of space. These methods can be applied to quite a number of areas characterized by uncertain or incomplete knowledge, as for example geographic information systems, robot control, computer-aided architectural design, and natural language information systems.
Seller Representations and Warranties Concerning Cash Flow and Leases In
addition to a review of documents, the buyer would want the seller to make
certain representations and warranties about the income and leases for the
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Business & Economics
Learn the true value of property before buying. Know the five questions to ask to make money going into the deal. Discover the secrets for spectacular profits and how to shield your assets from attack. Review the art of negotiation, letters of intent, use of intermediaries, and closing a deal on terms favorable for you. Through a case study of an actual transaction, implement the ideas discussed in this book and read the documents and letters used to buy the property. A successful investor buys real estate, not by luck, but through learned skills. No other book teaches and captures the buyers point of view, with the strategies and techniques necessary to become a successful buyer and make money.