Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Terry Moore
Editore: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060568518
Grandezza: 79,47 MB
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An overview of the first ten years of the comic book series includes selected scenes from the first sixty issues in chronological order; running commentary from the author on how characters, issues, and storylines evolved; and the very first edition thatwas unpublished.

Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Daniel Simberloff
Editore: Island Press
ISBN: 9781597263313
Grandezza: 46,88 MB
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Invasive nonindigenous species -- plants and animals that have been introduced to an ecosystem from someplace else -- are wreaking havoc around the globe. Because they did not co-evolve with species already in the ecosystem, they can profoundly disturb species interactions and ecosystem function.The state of Florida has one of the most severe exotic species problems in the country; as much as a quarter of many taxa in Florida are nonnative, and millions of acres of land and water are dominated by nonindigenous species. Strangers in Paradise provides an in-depth examination of the Florida experience and of the ongoing efforts to eradicate or manage introduced species. Chapters consider: natural disturbance and the spread of nonindigenous species case studies of insects, freshwater invertebrates, fishes, amphibians and reptiles, birds, marine invertebrates and algae, and mammals methods of managing nonindigenous species including ecological restoration, eradication, "maintenance control," and biological control management on public lands the regulatory framework including the role of the federal government as well as state authorities and responsibilities Strangers in Paradise is the first comprehensive volume to address a large, diverse region and the full range of nonindigenous species, the problems they cause, and the methods and impediments to dealing with them. Throughout, contributors emphasize solutions and relate the situation in Florida to problems faced by other states, making the book an important guide for anyone involved with control and management of invasive species.

Love And Lies

Autore: Terry Moore
Editore: Abstract Studio Incorporated
ISBN: 9781892597342
Grandezza: 55,57 MB
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Chronicles the relationship between three friends--Katchoo, Francine, and David--and the people they fall in and out of love with, in a story of dark pasts, hopeful futures, double-crosses, and true friendship.

Strangers In Paradise

Autore: James Grubman
Editore: Familywealth Consulting
ISBN: 9780615894355
Grandezza: 46,93 MB
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An astonishing fact is that the vast majority of the wealthy come from middle-class or working-class backgrounds. Born and raised in modest economic circumstances, they find themselves as adults in the wonderful but unfamiliar world of wealth, like immigrants to a new land. Their adjustment is often harder than they anticipate. Yet awaiting wealth's newcomers is an even more daunting task: how to raise children and grandchildren successfully in the family's new world of affluence. Written by a prominent wealth psychologist, Strangers in Paradise takes an innovative approach to the challenges facing wealth's "immigrants and natives." Combining clear reasoning with real-world stories, Strangers in Paradise outlines for the first time how the key process for families of wealth - like all immigrant families - is adaptation.

The Complete Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Terry Moore
Editore:
ISBN: 9781892597175
Grandezza: 35,34 MB
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Strangers In Paradise

Autore: David Mittelberg
Editore: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412835183
Grandezza: 50,85 MB
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The literature on the Kibbutz is large and sprawling. This stands in marked contrast to the intimacy and proximity of the individuals who have actually participated in the life of the Kibbutz. In this quite remarkable work, David Mittelberg succeeds in capturing the specific life styles and aspirations of the Kibbutzniks. And he does so by integrating this within the broad and rich traditions of the sociology of culture and religion. Strangers in Paradise provides a massive amount of current data on Jewish and non-Jewish volunteers, division of labor by sex and language of origins, demographic characteristics of Kibbutz hosts and recruits, and a variety of attitude measures far beyond any other work in the literature. But what gives special value to this effort is its unusual utilization of the phenomenological tradition - from Simmel to Schutz, to Berger and Luckmann - along with recent efforts in organization and negotiation theory - from Blau to Goffman - in order to explicate this massive data. A special element in this volume is the central place accorded to voluntarism in an open culture. For Mittelberg, membership in the Kibbutz is at its core a voluntary act of individuals who commit their lives, or a portion thereof, to a collective movement in a strange land. This is a study then in "intentional communities" rather than Utopian organizations. The synthesis of the concrete and the abstract, the empirical and the theoretical, will establish Mittelberg's volume as a new standard in Kibbutz studies.

Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Heather Graham Pozzessere
Editore:
ISBN: 9780373483242
Grandezza: 48,95 MB
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New Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Gilbert H. Muller
Editore: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813150132
Grandezza: 78,68 MB
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New Strangers in Paradise offers the first in-depth account of the ways in which contemporary American fiction has been shaped by the successive generations of immigrants to reach U.S. shores. Gilbert Muller reveals how the intersections of peoples, regions, and competing cultural histories have remade the American cultural landscape in the aftermath of World War II. Muller focuses on the literature of Holocaust survivors, Chicanos, Latinos, African Caribbeans, and Asian Americans. In the quest for a new identity, each of these groups seeks the American dream and rewrites the story of what it means to be an American. New Strangers in Paradise explores the psychology of uprooted peoples and the relations of culture and power, addressing issues of race and ethnicity, multiculturalism and pluralism, and national and international conflicts. Examining the groups of immigrants in the cultural and historical context both of America and of the lands from which they originated, Muller argues that this "fourth wave" of immigration has led to a creative flowering in modern fiction. The book offers a fresh perspective on the writings of Vladimir Nabokov, Sual Bellow, William Styron, Maxine Hong Kingston, Amy Tan, Oscar Hijuelos, Jamaica Kincaid, Bharati Mukherjee, Rudolfo Anaya, and many others.

Strangers In Paradise 1

Autore: Terry Moore
Editore: BAO Publishing
ISBN: 8865434449
Grandezza: 15,34 MB
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Il primo lavoro a fumetti di Terry Moore, Strangers in Paradise, compie vent'anni nel 2013. BAO Publishing ne propone l'edizione definitiva, riveduta e corretta dallo stesso autore, in sei volumi a cadenza quadrimestrale. Lo strano triangolo sentimentale tra Katchoo, Francine e David, che rapidamente evolve e si espande fino a diventare una delle più emozionanti, toccanti, divertenti, umane saghe dei comics indipendenti americani, è una pietra miliare che meritava questa nuova edizione. I volumi saranno brossurati con alette e i dorsi, allineati, comporranno un'immagine di gruppo del cast.

Strangers In Paradise

Autore: Stephanie Bond
Editore: Harlequin
ISBN: 1460364619
Grandezza: 48,33 MB
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Strangers in Paradise by New York Times bestselling author Heather Graham Alexi Jordan moves to her family’s crumbling Florida estate to start over. The house needs work, but that’s exactly what she’s looking for to get her life back on track after a disastrous marriage and an exhausting career. But after a series of unsettling phone calls and someone tampering with her lights, Alexi begins to fear that her home is far from a refuge. Her neighbor, Rex Morrow, insists on protecting Alexi. She can’t deny that Rex is strong and sheltering, but the feelings she begins to develop for him are just as frightening as the series of scary events in her home. As the danger increases, Alexi must decide who poses the greater risk—her mysterious stalker, or the man who threatens to steal her heart… BONUS BOOK: Sheltered In His Arms by USA TODAY bestselling author Tara Taylor Quinn Ten years after doing the unforgivable and leaving Shelter Valley, Sam Montford returns home. But forgiveness proves hard to find…particularly with the one woman he loved the most and hurt the deepest: his ex-wife, Cassie Tate.