Sticker Nation 2

Author: Srini Kumar
Editor: Red Wheel Weiser
ISBN: 9781934708231
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Advertising is Pollution!, or so says a popular bumper sticker. So what does that make stickers? SMASH PROCRASTINATIONMUTE THE COMMERCIALSUNCLICKABLEMIX BUSINESS WITH PLEASURENOBODY OWNS YOUCOLLABORATEI REFUSE TO BE A VICTIMWE LEARN BY TEACHINGDON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU READDEBUG THE VOTE Srini Kumar, the unstoppable force behind StickerNation.com and Unamerican.com, returns with a second blockbuster collection of over four hundred all-new stickers. In 1994, while working the swing shift at the Kinko’s in Menlo Park, California, Srini Kumar made a name for himself as one of the most popular sticker artists in the world. People everywhere have cracked up hysterically at the witty wonder of his one-man rebellion. His first “Big Book of Subversive Stickers” was an immediate hit and has sold out after a third and final printing, making it an in-demand collector’s item. This all-new second volume of stickers once again makes these cult favorite slogans available to the general public in a collectible format. Use them, save them, give them away—they’re so cheap you can buy multiple copies of the book and still be spending less than buying just a few stickers on their own.

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The Art Of Rebellion

Author: Christian Hundertmark
Editor: Gingko Press Editions
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A book about streetart? Didn't this word already become much too trendy? You might be right but I didn't find a better word that describes the kind of work shown in this book. And I think it doesn't really matter how you label it you could also call it urban-art, post-graffiti-art or ?- It wouldn't make a big difference. It is a form of art and a movement you can find in the streets rather than in galleries and museums. This book takes the chance to present the impressive work of streetartist from all over the world. It includes photos, interviews, action shots and gives a closer look into this phenomenon. C100

The History Of A Crime Volume 1 Of 2 Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition

Author: Victor Hugo
Editor: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1442904976
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The Black Art

Author: Lee Richards
Editor: www.psywar.org
ISBN: 0954293622
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As well as the open propaganda of the British Government produced during the Second World War, like the foreign language radio broadcasts of the BBC and the aerial propaganda leaflets dropped by the RAF over Occupied Europe, a secret underground propaganda battle was also fought. ‘The Black Art’ documents this history of Britain’s clandestine psychological warfare conducted against the Nazi’s Third Reich. This black propaganda was the work of several secret intelligence organisations including the Political Warfare Executive and Special Operations Executive. Using previously undiscovered primary source material ‘The Black Art’ charts the progress of and catalogues the range of propaganda leaflets covertly distributed across Occupied Europe and beyond to subvert the morale of German soldiers and civilians. The propaganda included such ruses as malingering instructions to fake the symptoms of illness, tips for desertion to neutral countries, parody postage stamps, advice on sabotaging a U-boat, counterfeit ration coupons, identity documents and newspapers plus numerous other falsely attributed leaflets and stickers. Over 350 illustrations are included.

All You Need Is Sticker Graphics

Author: All Rights Reserved
Editor: Allrightsreserved
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Stickers surround us. Whether stuck to walls, signs, mailboxes and other elements of urban furniture, or to car bumpers, helmets and messenger bags, they represent a growing culture fascinated by the various forms and expressions, the myriad of messages, or the lack thereof. This book explores the fetish. From the designers and artists that crate the stickers to represent their work and ideas, to the collectors and members of the new generation which utilize them to assert there own individual style. Stickers have become a new form of communication. This book is divided into various sections including: Urban Art, Cutie, Bumper, Artistic, and more. Includes work by: Airside, APE, Alife, Beatservice, Buro-destruct, Build, Delaware, Devilrobots, Flipsflopflyin, Garrettch, Gwg, Groovisions, Happypets, Issey Miyake, Peepshow, Rinzen, Michael Lau, Shepard Fairey, Sticker Nation, Moshino Katsura, Deanne Cheung and Young Kim.

The Nation

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News For Farmer Cooperatives

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Postsecondary Education For American Indian And Alaska Natives Higher Education For Nation Building And Self Determination

Author: Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118369025
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American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students continue to be significantly underrepresented in institutions of higher education and continue to face barriers that impeded their academic success. This volume explores the factors that influence college going in Indigenous communities and,upon enrollment in institutions of higher education, the factors that influence college completion. Chapters cover: The legacy of Western education in Indigemous communities The experiences of Indigenous students in the K-12 system Transition from student to faculty of AI/AN graduates Recommendations that can improve the success of Indigenous students and faculty This is the fifth issue the 37th volume of the Jossey-Bass series ASHE Higher Education Report. Each monograph in the series is the definitive analysis of a tough higher education problem, based on thorough research of pertinent literature and institutional experiences. Topics are identified by a national survey. Noted practitioners and scholars are then commissioned to write the reports, with experts providing critical reviews of each manuscript before publication.

Ideologies In Action

Author: Alexandra Jaffe
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311080106X
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In Corsica, spelling contests, road signs, bilingual education bills and Corsican language newscasts leave language planners and ordinary speakers deeply divided over how to define what "counts" as Corsican and how it is connected with cultural identity. In Ideologies in Action Alexandra Jaffe explores the complex interrelationship between linguistic ideologies and practices on the French island of Corsica. This detailed exploration of the ideological and political underpinnings of three decades of language planning raises fundamental questions about what it means to "save" a minority language, and the way in which specific cultural, political and ideological contexts shape the "successes" and "failures" of linguistic engineering efforts. Jaffe's ethnography focuses both on the way dominant language ideologies are inscribed in the everyday experience of ordinary people, as well as how they shape the evolving strategies of language planners trying to revitalize the Corsican language. While Jaffe's analysis demonstrates the pervasive influence of dominant language ideologies on minority language speakers and language planners, she also draws on case studies from everyday discourse, educational practice and public and mediatized debates over language issues to develop an ethnographically-grounded perspective on levels of resistance. In the final part of the book she explores the emergence (and the limits) of "radical" genres of resistance found in forms of Corsican language activism and in examples of codeswitching and language mixing in bilingual radio practice. This book contributes to a growing literature on language ideology, and will be of interest to anthropologists, political scientists and linguists interested in the practical and theoretical dimensions of language contact, minority language literacy, bilingual education, and language shift.