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eBook Modern Couples Sharing Money, Sharing Life
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This collection is the result of a five-year-long collaboration of sociologists in Sweden, Spain and the United States. In-depth, extended interviews with couples explore their daily lives and provide insights into the impact of modernity, gender roles, a

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Stand: 04.01.2018
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Modern Couples Sharing Money, Sharing Life
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This collection is the result of a five-year-long collaboration of sociologists in Sweden, Spain and the United States. In-depth, extended interviews with couples explore their daily lives and provide insights into the impact of modernity, gender roles, and expectations of the meaning of money and the complex financial reality of households. SANDRA DEMA University of Oviedo, Spain MARTA IBÁÑEZ University of Oviedo, Spain CHARLOTT NYMAN Umeå University, Sweden LASSE REINIKAINEN Umeå University, Sweden FRANK WILSON University of Pittsburgh, USA

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Stand: 19.12.2017
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Modern Couples Sharing Money, Sharing Life als ...
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Modern Couples Sharing Money, Sharing Life:

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Stand: 10.01.2018
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Towards Modern Collaborative Knowledge Sharing ...
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Towards Modern Collaborative Knowledge Sharing Systems:

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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Towards Modern Collaborative Knowledge Sharing Systems:Studies in Computational Intelligence. Auflage 2012

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Stand: 26.12.2017
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The Age of Sharing
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Sharing is central to how we live today: it is what we do online; it is a model of economic behaviour; and it is also a type of therapeutic talk. Sharing embodies positive values such as empathy, communication, fairness, openness and equality. The Age of Sharing shows how and when sharing became caring, and explains how its meanings have changed in the digital age. But the word ´sharing´ also camouflages commercial or even exploitative relations. Websites say they share data with advertisers, although in reality they sell it, while parts of the sharing economy look a great deal like rental services. Ultimately, it is argued, practices described as sharing and critiques of those practices have common roots. Consequently, the metaphor of sharing now constructs significant swathes of our social practices and provides the grounds for critiquing them; it is a mode of participation in the capitalist order as well as a way of resisting it. Drawing on nineteenth-century literature, Alcoholics Anonymous, the American counterculture, reality TV, hackers, Airbnb, Facebook and more, The Age of Sharing offers a rich account of a complex contemporary keyword. It will appeal to students and scholars of the internet, digital culture and linguistics.

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Stand: 25.12.2017
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Power of Bhakti mode of Meditation for Getting ...
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Power of Bhakti mode of Meditation for Getting rid of Social Evils and solving Problems: Sharing an Experience: Gopaal Dhussa

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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Stories of Sharing (eBook, PDF)
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Stories of Sharing in the Social Emotional Library series presents real life, historical, and modern stories that celebrate sharing as displayed in everyday life. Through the collection of five separate stories, thought-provoking issues and questions, as well as hands-on activities, encourage the development of critical life skills, empathy, and social emotional growth.

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Stand: 14.01.2018
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Maxi Stempel L - Thank you for sharing our ...
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Die neuen Maxistempel von Stemplino sind in ihrer handlichen Form einmalig und außergewöhnlich. Durch das am Stempel mit der Hand angebrachte Tag aus Holz mit Motivaufdruck wirkt der Stempel sehr hochwertig und dient somit auch sehr gut als Geschenk. Den Vollholzkorpus gibt es in den Holzarten Buche, Hainbuche, Eiche, Walnuss oder Zebrano und kann je nach Lieferung variieren. Bei der Abbildung handelt es sich um ein Beispielbild. Der Maxistempel in Größe L hat folgende Abmessungen Höhe 55 mm Durchmesser 35 mm Gewicht ca 25 g Material Buche, Hainbuche, Eiche, Walnuss oder Zebrano (variiert nach Verfügbarkeit) Sie suchen einen modernen Stempel, dann hat Stemplino genau den passenden Maxistempel für Sie. Egal ob es um Ihre persönliche Karte, für Tischkarten, oder als Dekoration geht. Mit dem Stempel können Sie mit jeder gängigen Stempeltechnik arbeiten und Sie werden brillante Ergebnisse erzielen. Mit unseren großen Stempeln können Sie z.B. Ihre Grußkarten selbst gestalten, sodass diese einen tollen DIY Touch bekommen. Kleiner Tipp von uns In unserem Sortiment finden Sie auch andere schöne Stempel, wie zum Beispiel den Stempel „schön, dass es dich gibt´´ Alle Stempel sind direkt vom Hersteller.

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Stand: 06.12.2017
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Sharing - Crime Against Capitalism
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Todays economic system, premised on the sale of physical goods, does not fit the information age in which we live. The capitalist order requires the maintenance of an artificial scarcity in goods that have the potential for near infinite and almost free replication. The sharing of informational goods through distributed global networks - digital libraries, file-sharing, live-streaming, free software, free-access publishing, the free-sharing of scientific knowledge, and open-source pharmaceuticals - not only challenges the dominance of a scarcity-based economic system, but also enables a more efficient, innovative, just and free culture. In a series of seven explorations of contemporary sharing, Matthew David shows that in each case sharing surpasses markets, private ownership and intellectual property rights in fostering motivation, creativity, innovation, production, distribution and reward. In transforming the idea of an information economy into an information society, sharing connects struggles against inequality and poverty in developed and developing countries. Challenging taken-for-granted justifications of the status quo, Sharing debunks the tragedy of the commons and makes the case for digital network sharing as a viable mode of economic counterpower, prefiguring a post-capitalist society. Matthew David is Associate Professor of Sociology at Durham University.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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