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3. Annual report [ - 2019]

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volumes : color illustrations ; 25 cm
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4. Annual report [ - 2019]

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volumes : color illustrations ; 30 cm
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468 pages ; 24 cm
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207 pages : maps ; 24 cm
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7. Beyond scenography [2019]

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vi, 155 pages ; 29 cm
  • Acknowledgments Introduction Scenography as theatre-making Theatre after cinema Scenography after performance Chapter outline Chapter 1: Place Orientation, Scenic Politics and Scenographics Scenes and Scenic Politics Scenographics Othering Tactics Chapter 2: Scenography and the Anglophone theatres The first adoption of scenography Continental differences pre-1960 The second adoption of scenography Sound and costume as scenography Chapter 3: Scenography beyond scenographers Mise en scene and scenography Whose scenography? Beyond dramaturgy and choreography Expanded scene design? Chapter 4: Scenography Happens The time of scenography Scenography is not set Gecko's MISSING set Chapter 5: Scenographic Worlding Stage Geographies Stage Ideologies Scenography beyond stages? Stage-Scenes beyond vision Chapter 6: Scenographic Cultures Installation Art and Scenographic Scale Interior Design and Scenographic Behaviours Marketing and Scenographic Seduction Gardening and Scenographic Curation Protest and Scenographic Activism Chapter 7: Scenographic Architecture Fast Architecture Trompe l'oeil and Scenographic Propaganda Potemkin Villages and Scenographic Placemaking Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138785069 20181008
Focused on the contemporary Anglophone adoption from the 1960s onwards, Beyond Scenography explores the porous state of contemporary theatre-making to argue a critical distinction between scenography (as a crafting of place orientation) and scenographics (that which orientate acts of worlding, of staging). With sections on installation art and gardening as well as marketing and placemaking, this book is an argument for what scenography does: how assemblages of scenographic traits orientate, situate, and shape staged events. Established stage orthodoxies are revisited - including the symbiosis of stage and scene and the aesthetic ideology of 'the scenic' - to propose how scenographics are formative to all staged events. Consequently, one of the conclusions of this book is that there is no theatre practice without scenography, no stages without scenographics. Beyond Scenography offers a manifesto for a renewed theory of scenographic practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138785069 20181008
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xiii, 306 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: A Conspiracy of Silence, Bisexuality and Christianity.- 2. Why be happy when you can be normal? Heteronormativity and Worship in the Western Christian Church.- 3. Too Hot to Handle: A Denominational Sweep of Bisexual Erasure in the Church.- 4. The Damage of Silence: Bisexual Christians discuss mental health.- 5. Intersectional Identities: Bisexual Christians discuss self-actualisation and spirituality.- 6. Great is Thy Faithfulness: Bisexual Christians discuss non-monogamy and the Bible.- 7. The Church doesn't know what to do with us: Bisexual Christians in the UK discuss church life.- 8. It's just crap: Bisexual Christians in the USA discuss church life.- 9. The Silent B: Pastors and Educators discuss bisexuality and bisexual provision.- 10. Believing Out Loud: Pastors and Educators discuss affirming practice.- 11.Prudery, Primates and Public Conveniences: Specific challenges faced by Pastors and Educators.-12. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319946788 20180924
This book critically examines the lived experiences of bisexual Christians across a range of Christian traditions in the UK and the USA. Shepherd assesses whether current data on elevated rates of depressive illnesses among bisexual people also apply to the bisexual Christian community. Drawing on data collected by the author on bisexual Christians across the lifespan, the book uncovers shocking incidences of biphobia and bi erasure in the Church. Widespread ignorance among pastors of middle sexualities outside of the hetero-/homonormative binary is revealed as well as a corresponding absence of appropriate support resources. Bisexuality and the Western Christian Church will be of interest to students and scholars across a range of disciplines, including gender studies, applied theology, sociology and social psychology. It is also important reading for clergy, and LGBT faith organisations. With a Foreword by Eric Anderson, Professor of Sport, Masculinities, and Sexualities, University of Winchester, UK.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319946788 20180924
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viii, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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vii, 235 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: A Theoretical Understanding of China's Selective Identities.2. Building China's State Identity: Borders, Institutions, and Conflicts.3. Debating China as an Ideology: Marxism, Revolution, and Materialism.4. Beyond the Borders: Utopia, Uniqueness, and Soft-Power.5. Conclusions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811301636 20181008
This book discusses the role of selective identities in shaping China's position in regional and global affairs. It does so by using the concept of the political transition of power, and argues that by taking on different types of identities-of state, ideology and culture-the Chinese government has adjusted China's identity to different kinds of audiences. By adopting different kinds of "self", China has secured its relatively peaceful transition within the existing system and, in the meantime, strengthened its capacity to place its principles within that system. To its immediate neighbors, China presents itself as a state that needs clearcut borders. In relation to the developing world (Global South), the PRC narrates "self" as an ideology with the banner of materialism, equality and justice. To its third "audience", the developed world (mainly Europe), China presents itself as a peaceful, innocent cultural construct based primarily on Confucius' passive approach. By bringing these three identities into "one Chinese body" ( , sanwei yiti), China's policymakers skillfully maneuver and build the country's position in the arena of global affairs.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811301636 20181008
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xx, 216 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • 1. Introduction.2. China's State Enterprises - Theories and Evidence.3. State Enterprises, Economic Growth and Distribution 4. The State's Role in a Strategic Industry - China's Banking Sector.5. China's "Commercial" State Enterprises - a Case Study of ZTE Corporation 6. "Going Out", Going Global and the Belt and Road.7. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811301759 20180828
This book focuses on the nature and significance of China's state enterprises which have undergone substantial changes since China's economic liberalization in 1978. It argues that much of the criticism is based on mistaken premises, where even the term `state-owned enterprises' is a misnomer given that the emphasis is much less on ownership than on control. Using numerous case studies, this book highlights the extent to which these enterprises have evolved in response to reforms, and provides an in-depth analysis of their role in China's outward investment strategy in the "Belt and Road" initiative. This role speaks to their growing influence as China expands her global footprint.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811301759 20180828
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xv, 171 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Articulating concern verses the capacity to act
  • Media literacy's civic problem
  • Spectacle and distrust: emerging norms of digital culture
  • The civic agency gap
  • Re-imagining media literacies for civic intentionality
  • Civic media literacies in action: "human-centered" interventions
  • Designing civic media literacies.
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xviii, 328 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Chapter One: Introduction: Understanding Civil Service in South AsiaIshtiaq Jamil, Tek Nath Dhakal and Narendra Raj Paudel Chapter TwoThe Civil Service System in BhutanDhurba Rizal Chapter ThreeThe Civil Service System of Bangladesh Sk.Tawfique M. Haque and M. Mahfuzul Haque Chapter FourCivil Service Management in IndiaNamrata Singh Chapter FiveCivil Service Management in NepalShree Krishna Shrestha and Narendra Raj Paudel Chapter SixThe Promise of Representative Bureaucracy and Citizen's Trust in the Civil Service in Nepal Ishtiaq Jamil Chapter SevenCivil Service Reforms in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan: Progress So Far, Implementation Barriers and ChallengesImtiaz Badshah and Konstantin Timoshenko Chapter EightThe New Statutory Civil Service in the Maldives: Towards a Decentralized Human Resource Management Model?Mohamed Faizal and Rob Laking Chapter NinePublic Administration in Sri Lanka: An Analysis of Evolution, Trends and Challenges in Personnel ManagementRenuka Priyantha, Ranjith Dickwella and Ravindra Gunasekara Chapter TenThe Administrative System in Bangladesh: Reform Initiatives with Failed OutcomesPranab Kumar Panday Chapter ElevenReforms in the Administrative System of NepalBharat Gautam Chapter TwelveThe Local Administrative System in IndiaJitendra G. Wasnik Chapter ThirteenPublic Administration in Sri Lanka: An Inquiry into Structure, Reforms, and Management K. Liyanage, R. Ramesh and N. Sivakumar Chapter FourteenThe Development of Public Administration in the People's Republic of China: An Analysis of Administrative ReformS.Baskaran and Mr. M.M. Ihjas.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319901909 20180903
This book examines public administration in South Asia in the context of rapid changes and modernization of administrative traditions, thoughts, and practices. The existing literature has, however, not given adequate attention to these developments, at least in a single volume. The book describes both the shared administrative traditions of Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and how far they have adapted their administrative systems to respond to contemporary administrative and governance challenges. The book studies how national civil service reforms have been carried out in each member state of South Asia and how the national civil service acts and different regulations are being implemented, as well as what are the critical factors associated with the implementation of national civil service acts and reform measures in the region.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319901909 20180903
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xxii, 170 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Table of Contents List of Illustrations Foreword by Carol Lingwood Acknowledgements List of contributors: Introduction The Costume Supervisor as Facilitator Structure of the Book Chapter 1 What does a Costume Supervisor do? The Theatre Team Structure Defining the Role Chapter 2 Different Types and Genres of Production Large Scale Production of a Classic Twentieth Century Play Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Modern British Musical Pantomime in a Large Provincial Theatre Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Student Faculty Production of a Restoration Comedy in a Site Responsive Venue Challenges Presented to the Costume Supervisor Chapter 3 Developing Good Communication Skills Getting Hired First Design Meeting with Director, Designer and Production manager Listening Chapter 4 Setting Up Your Team Leadership Costume Roles and Responsibilities Setting up the Finance and Cash Flow for Your Production Chapter 5 Budgeting Creating a Costing Sheet Estimating Fabric Quantities Accessing Cash for Shopping Expeditions Receipt Management Purchase Orders Chapter 6 First Rehearsal and creating the Costume Bible First Rehearsal Taking Accurate Measurements and Etiquette Rules to be Observed When Measuring Actors Recording Information in the Costume Bible Chapter 7 Sourcing: Construct, Hire or Buy? Costume Hire Stores Shopping Chapter 8 Managing the Rehearsal Process Fittings Creating a Calm Fitting Space Chapter 9 Pre- tech rehearsal Tech Week Working with the Running Wardrobe Team Epilogue: Final Thoughts Appendices Appendix 1 Fabric Identification Guide Appendix 2 The Costume Supervisor's Contract Appendix 3 Gender Specific Measurement Forms Table Appendix.3.1 [Male Measurement Form] Table Appendix.3.2 [Female Measurement Form] Appendix 4 Sizing Guides Table Appendix.4.1 [Male Suit Size Guide] Table Appendix.4.2 [Female Size Guide] Table Appendix.4.3[Shoe size Guide] Table Appendix.4.4 [Glove size Guide] Appendix 5 Basic Excel Instructions Bibliography: Notes: Production Credits: Glossary of Terms: Useful Addresses: Index: List of Illustrations with Figure Captions, Cases, Illustrations, or Tables Authors Biography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138182608 20181015
The Costume Supervisor's Toolkit explores the responsibilities of a Costume Supervisor within a theatrical, opera or dance production company. Rebecca Pride provides an insight into all manner of processes, beginning with a definition of the role, and offers explanations of the timeline from the first design meetings, leading all the way up to managing fittings and final rehearsals. This how-to guide outlines best working practices, including building a team and creating a Costume Bible, whilst also providing helpful resources such as sizing guides, a list of useful addresses, and case studies from renowned theatrical organizations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138182608 20181015
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164 p. 21 x 14 cm
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xii, 285 pages ; 24 cm
  • Table of Contents Introduction Biographical Overview Section 1. 1. Centrally Peripheral, Peripherally Central: The "Prout Papers" of Francis Sylvester Mahony William Maginn, Cork, and Fraser's Magazine The "Prout Papers" Mahony and O'Connell Classicism and Cultural Continuity Peripheral Considerations? Conclusion 2. "Oppression Makes a Wise Man Mad": Representations of Jonathan Swift in the Writings of Francis Sylvester Mahony Economic Patriot? Fictional Considerations: Sincerity and Irony Conclusion 3. "Attaining Majority" in the Celtic Peripheries: Francis Sylvester Mahony, Walter Scott, and "The Groves of Blarney" "A Plea for Pilgrimages" Antiquarianism and Narrative History "The Groves of Blarney" Conclusion 4. The Politics of Translation in "The Rogueries of Thomas Moore" Moore as Nationalist Commentator (Mis)representing the Irish Past The Politicization of Historical Discourse Equivalence and Politicized Translation Conclusion 5. "Custom Doth Make Dotards of Us All": Peripheral Perspectives on the Center in the "Prout Papers" and Sartor Resartus Mahony, Carlyle, and Sartor Resartus Intercultural Dialogue: Scottish and Irish Correlations Translating the Center and Periphery Cultural Translation Conclusion Section 2. 6. "From Cork [...] to St. Peter's Cupola": The Idea of Italy in the Writings of Francis Sylvester Mahony Mahony and The Daily News Allegorizing Italian History "The Fag End of an Old Reign" "Unfurling the Banner of Reform" Mahony, Young Ireland, and Roman Republicanism Conclusion 7. "The Independent Expression of Public Opinion": The Paris Correspondence of Francis Sylvester Mahony The Globe Correspondence in Context Parisian Letters Ultramontanism in France Mahony and Archbishop Cullen Progressive Liberalism and Fenian Republicanism Conclusion Section 3. 8. Fragments, Politics, and "The Bells of Shandon" Literary and Local Contexts "The Bells of Shandon" Critical Reception Conclusion 9. "Shameful Literary Traditions": Daniel Corkery and the Literary Reputation of Francis Sylvester Mahony Nineteenth-Century Perspectives Irish-Ireland, Daniel Corkery, and Literary Expatriation Interpreting Mahony after Synge and Anglo-Irish Literature Conclusion 10. Cosmopolitanism in the Margins: Francis Sylvester Mahony, James Clarence Mangan, and the Author-Translator in Nineteenth-Century Irish Literature Mahony and Mangan as Irish Catholic Magazinists Indirection and Pseudonymous Authorship Parodic Translation and Literary Paternity Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780367001124 20181008
This book resituates Francis Sylvester Mahony in an early nineteenth-century literary-historical context, counteracting the efforts of twentieth-century literary historians to obscure his contribution to the emergence of a distinctive Irish Catholic fiction in English. This volume re-explores his ambivalent role as a Catholic unionist contributor to the progressive Tory London periodical, Fraser's Magazine, examining his use of translation to map out an alternative literary aesthetic of the peripheries. The book also traces the development of his political thinking in his Italian journalism for Charles Dickens' Daily News, in which he responded to the events of the Famine by finding common cause with Young Ireland, and looks afresh at his final incarnation as a British Liberal commentator on Irish and European affairs for the Globe newspaper. More broadly, the book seeks to re-evaluate Mahony's cosmopolitan writings in relation to the multifaceted, transnational perspectives on Irish, British, and European affairs presented in his essays and journalism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780367001124 20181008
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204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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xii, 243 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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