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Von Game of Thrones bis The Walking Dead
Author: Timo Storck, Svenja Taubner
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3662536897
Pages: 387
Year: 2017-06-27
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TV-Serien sind in den letzten 15-20 Jahren zu einem besonders kreativen Feld für Schauspieler, Regisseure und Autoren geworden. Steigende Budgets und die streckenweise euphorische Resonanz beim Publikum und in den Feuilletons führen dazu, dass sich die traditionelle Form des Geschichtenerzählens vom Kinofilm zu TV-Serien hin verlagert hat - auch deshalb, weil sich das Serienformat hervorragend dazu eignet, längere Entwicklungen von Charakteren, Beziehungen und Handlungssträngen zu verfolgen. Im Zuge dessen haben sich auch unsere Sehgewohnheiten geändert. Immer öfter werden Serien nicht mehr im Fernsehen geschaut, sondern auf DVD oder gleich im Stream - und dann nicht nur eine Folge, sondern gerne auch mal die halbe Staffel am Abend. "Binge-watching" lässt grüßen. Gleichzeitig bietet die narrative und ästhetische Struktur der TV-Serie die Möglichkeit einer vielschichtigen Erkundung sozialer und gesellschaftlicher Bedingungen und Prozesse. Die Beiträge in diesem Buch nehmen Serien aus vielen verschiedenen Perspektiven in den Blick - von Psychologie, Medienwissenschaften, Amerikanistik, Kulturphilosophie bin hin zu Forensik und Neurobiologie.
Mutterschaft zwischen Konstruktion und Erfahrung
Author: Helga Krüger-Kirn, Laura Wolf
Publisher: Verlag Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3847410962
Pages: 174
Year: 2018-03-26
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Mutterschaft bleibt bis heute eine Herausforderung für eine feministische Theoriebildung. Gleichheitsfeministische, differenzfeministische und poststrukturalistische Ansätze stehen unverbunden nebeneinander und repräsentieren unterschiedliche Positionen im Mutterschafts- und Körperdiskurs. Seit der Dekonstruktion normativer Mutterschaftsvorstellungen und heterosexueller Familienstrukturen fehlt es an integrativen Konzepten und Begrifflichkeiten, die auch die auf körperlicher und psychischer Ebene erfahrbaren individuellen Realitäten einschließen. Demzufolge sind sowohl der verkörperte Zustand einer Schwangerschaft sowie damit zusammenhängende Erfahrungsbereiche um Zeugung, Abtreibung, Geburt und Stillen im sozialwissenschaftlichen wie im psychologisch-psychoanalytischen Körper- und Geschlechterdiskurs noch immer untertheoretisiert. Die hier versammelten Beiträge gehen somit der Frage nach, in welcher Form soziokulturelle Deutungsmuster sowohl Körperwissen als auch subjektive Aneignungspraxen bestimmen. Um ein möglichst vielfältiges Forschungsspektrum abzubilden, beleuchtet das Buch Mutterschaft aus verschiedenen theoretischen Positionen wie auch methodischen Zugängen (Hermeneutik, Grounded Theory, diskursanalytische und medienwissenschaftlich basierte Analysen).
Wege zum digitalen Papsttum
Author: Mariano Barbato, Melanie Barbato, Johannes Löffler
Publisher:
ISBN: 3593509628
Pages: 283
Year: 2018-10
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Game of Thrones
Author: Matthew Reinhart
Publisher: Insight Editions
ISBN: 1608873145
Pages: 5
Year: 2014-06-10
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Inspired by the Emmy® Award–winning credits sequence that opens each episode of the hit HBO® series, Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros is guaranteed to thrill the show’s legions of fans. Featuring stunning pop-up recreations of several key locations from the series, including the formidable castle of Winterfell, the lavish capital city King’s Landing, and the Wall’s stark majesty, this book—designed by renowned paper engineer Matthew Reinhart—takes you into the world of the series like never before. Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros features a total of five stunning spreads, which fold out to create a remarkable pop-up map of Westeros that is perfect for displaying. The book also contains numerous mini-pops that bring to life iconic elements of the show, such as direwolves, White Walkers, giants, and dragons. All the pops are accompanied by insightful text that relays the rich history of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond, forming a dynamic reference guide to the world of Game of Thrones. Visually spectacular and enthrallingly interactive, Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros sets a new standard for pop-up books and perfectly captures the epic scope and imagination of the series.
The Walking Dead
Author: Becca Zerkin, Stephani Danelle Perry, David Hawcock, Sally Elizabeth Jackson
Publisher:
ISBN: 1608874443
Pages: 5
Year: 2015-08-10
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This spectacular pop-up book from paper engineers David Hawcock and Becca Zerkin forms the perfect guide to the world of AMC's The Walking Dead. Filled with eye-catchingly gory pops, the book takes the reader through some of the most iconic moments from the hugely popular series. The book features five spreads, each with its own central pop that depicts a key element from the show, such as the prison where the survivors found refuge before being attacked by the Governor or the Walker known as "Bicycle Girl" reaching out at the reader. Each spread also includes several smaller pops depicting other memorable elements from The Walking Dead, such as the Governor’s "man cave" (including his unique aquarium complete with severed heads), the Well Walker, and much, much more.
Nervous Conditions
Author: Tsitsi Dangarembga
Publisher: Ayebia Clarke Pub Limited
ISBN: 0954702336
Pages: 211
Year: 2004
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"Nervous Conditions brings to the politics of decolonization theory the energy of women's rights. By now a classic in African literature and Black women's literature internationally, Nervous Conditions is a must for anyone wanting to understand voice, memory, and coming of age for young Black women in Africa." -- back cover.
Kultur in Cartoons
Author: Louis Raemaekers
Publisher: Cheapest Books via PublishDrive
ISBN: 6052259183
Pages: 240
Year: 2018-01-22
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When his cartoons began to reach America toward the end of 1916 this country was neutral. It is with peculiar satisfaction, therefore, that I base this brief foreword upon press extracts published prior to America’s participation in the war. If it were possible to discover today an individual who was entirely ignorant as to the causes and conduct of the war, he would, after an inspection of a hundred or more of these cartoons, probably utter his conviction somewhat as follows: “I do not believe that these drawings have the slightest relation to the truth; I do not believe that it is possible for such things to happen in the twenti-eth century.” He would be quite justified, in his ignorance of what has happened in Europe, in expressing such an opinion, just as any of us, with the possible exception of the disciples of Bernhardi himself, would have been justified in expressing a similar view in July, 1914. What is the view of all informed people today? “To Raemaekers the war is not a topic, or a subject for charity. It is a vivid heartrending reality,” says the New York “Evening Post,” “and you come away from the rooms where his cartoons now hang so aware of what war is that mental neutrality is for you a horror. If you have slackened in your determination to find out, these cartoons are a slap in the face. Raemaekers drives home a universal point that concerns not merely Germans, but every country where royal decrees have supreme power. Shall one man ever be given the power to seek his ends, using the people as his pawns? We cannot look at the cartoons and remain in ignorance of exactly what is the basis of truth on which they are built.” The “Philadelphia American” likens Raemaekers to a sensitized plate upon which the spirit which brought on the war has imprinted itself forever, and adds: “What he gives out on that subject is as pitilessly true as a photograph. They look down upon us in their naked truth, those pictures which are to be, before the judgment-seat of history, the last indictment of the German nation. Of all impressions, there is one which will hold you in its inexorable grip: it is that Louis Raemaekers has told you the truth.”
The Assyrian Sacred Tree
Author: Mariana Giovino
Publisher: Saint-Paul
ISBN: 3525530285
Pages: 242
Year: 2007
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Revised thesis (doctoral) - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2004.
Game of Thrones Psychology
Author: Travis Langley
Publisher: Sterling
ISBN: 1454918403
Pages: 304
Year: 2016-05
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This thought-provoking anthology offers fans a close examination of the psychology behind the intricate narrative and compelling characters in the popular HBO TV series, "Game of Thrones," based upon author George R.R. Martin's bestselling work "A Song of Ice and Fire." With no moral boundaries honored, the psychological games played by the series conniving protagonists are seemingly limitless. War, murder, violence, and rape are only a few of the weighty issues explored in these 19 analytical essays along with personality disorders, post-traumatic stress, and psychopathy."Game of Thrones Psychology" will become a fan favorite."
Constructing Architecture
Author: Andrea Deplazes
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3764371900
Pages: 508
Year: 2005-07-25
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Now in its second edition: the trailblazing introduction and textbook on construction includes a new section on translucent materials and an article on the use of glass.
Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)
Author: Jürgen Backhaus, Wolfgang Drechsler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387329803
Pages: 246
Year: 2006-10-11
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Friedrich Nietzsche’s influence on the development of modern social sciences has not been well documented. This volume reconsiders some of Nietzsche’s writings on economics and the science of state, pioneering a line of research up to now unavailable in English. The authors intend to provoke conversation and inspire research on the role that this much misunderstood philosopher and cultural critic has played – or should play – in the history of economics.
Psychoanalysis and Holocaust Testimony
Author: Dori Laub, Andreas Hamburger
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317510038
Pages: 340
Year: 2017-03-31
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Psychoanalytic work with socially traumatised patients is an increasingly popular vocation, but remains extremely demanding and little covered in the literature. In Psychoanalysis and Holocaust Testimony, a range of contributors draw upon their own clinical work, and on research findings from work with seriously disturbed Holocaust survivors, to illuminate how best to conduct clinical work with such patients in order to maximise the chances of a positive outcome, and to reflect transferred trauma for the clinician. Psychoanalysis and Holocaust Testimony closely examines the phenomenology of destruction inherent in the discourse of extreme traumatization, focusing on a particular case study: the recording of video testimonies from a group of extremely traumatized, chronically hospitalized Holocaust survivors in psychiatric institutions in Israel. This case study demonstrates how society reacts to unwanted memories, in media, history, and psychoanalysis – but it also shows how psychotherapists and researchers try to approach the buried memories of the survivors, through being receptive to shattered life narratives. Questions of bearing witness, testimony, the role of denial, and the impact of traumatic narrative on society and subsequent generations are explored. A central thread of this book is the unconscious countertransference resistance to the trauma discourse, which manifests itself in arenas that are widely apart, such as genocide denial, the "disappearance" of the hospitalized Holocaust survivors and of their life stories, mishearing their testimonies and ultimately refusing them the diagnosis of "traumatic psychosis". Psychoanalysis and Holocaust Testimony provides an essential, multidisciplinary guide to working psychoanalytically with severely traumatised patients. It will appeal to psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic psychotherapists and trauma studies therapists.
Ethics in Screenwriting
Author: Steven Maras
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137544937
Pages: 263
Year: 2016-11-25
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Ethics in Screenwriting: New Perspectives is a book that breaks new ground by forging a link between screenwriting research and a burgeoning interest in film, media, and narrative ethics. Going beyond the orthodox discussion of morality of film and television, the collection focuses on ethics in screenwriting. Building on a new wave of screenwriting research, as well as a ‘turn to ethics’ in humanities and media studies scholarship, this title forms a bridge between these areas in a unique analysis of a key area of media practice. Each essay goes beyond the general discussion of ethics and media to engage with specific aspects of screenwriting or scripting. Written for readers interested in questions of ethics as well as screenwriting, the collection offers new perspectives on ethical questions associated with Writers and their Production Environment; Actuality and History; and Character and Narrative.
Writing the Revolution
Author: Raphael Hörmann
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643901348
Pages: 392
Year: 2011
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This study investigates German and English revolutionary literary discourse between 1819 and 1848/49. Marked by dramatic socioeconomic transformations, this period witnessed a pronounced transnational shift from the concept of political revolution to one of social revolution. Writing the Revolution engages with literary authors, radical journalists, early proletarian pamphleteers, and political theorists, tracing their demands for social liberation, as well as their struggles with the specter of proletarian revolution. The book argues that these ideological battles translated into competing "poetics of revolution." (Series: Kulturgeschichtliche Perspektiven - Vol. 10)
Crafts and Images in Contact
Author: Claudia E. Suter, Christoph Uehlinger
Publisher: Saint-Paul
ISBN: 3525530048
Pages: 395
Year: 2005
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