The Surfing Tribe

Author: Roger Mansfield
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ISBN: 9780952364658
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The Surfing Tribe tells the full story of the history of surfing in Britain. It explains how a quirky seasidepastime transformed itself over seven decades into a phenomenally popular sport and lifestyle. FromNewquay to Newcastle and from Jersey to Swansea, the origins of Britain¿s separate surfing tribesare revealed and all the top British surfers from the various eras are profiled. The book also charts theevolution of British surfboards, and looks back at the films and magazines that have portrayed Britishsurfing over the decades.

Consumer Tribes In Tourism

Author: Christof Pforr
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811571503
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Surfing And Sustainability

Author: Gregory Borne
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317515498
File Size: 24,71 MB
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Surfing and Sustainability presents a new way of understanding the impact of surfing on the environment, society and the economy, providing important insights into the field of sustainability and arguing that the activity of surfing offers a unique opportunity to explore the ambiguity of sustainability. The book contextualises surfing within current debates on sustainability and applies these debates to an innovative theoretical framework drawn from elements of a risk society and sociotechnical transitions. The book discusses the capacity of surfing to influence behaviour, both at an individual and organisational level, exploring sustainability from a range of perspectives including industry, the charity sector, media and celebrity culture. Featuring a range of international case studies, it analyses the greening of the surf industry through topics such as ECOBOARD surfboard manufacturing, business innovation and branding, environmental activism, information technology and surf forecasting, as well as the expansion of artificial wave technology. The book also considers the future directions of surfing and how the inclusion of surfing in the 2020 Olympic Games will impact sustainability debates. This is important reading for academics and scholars, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students working and studying in sports studies, sociology, geography, economics, psychology, marine science, coastal management and economics. It is also a valuable resource for practitioners across the globe.

Deep In The Wave

Author: Bear Woznick
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1455506478
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For world-class surfer Bear Woznick, the ocean has always been the center of his universe. He's spent his entire life with it; riding its waves, learning from it, loving it. The ocean also nourishes the soul as Bear shows us on his surfboard. In DEEP IN THE WAVE, readers ride along with Woznick through the calmest of tides and most turbulent waves. Woznick's portrayal of the beauty and power of the ocean is truly inspiring and showcases the profound meaning surfing has had on his life. From the way a surfboard is painstakingly crafted, to the faith and patience that is required to ride a monster wave, Woznick weaves his relationship to surfing with his relationship to God, relating how the two are often one in the same. Instead of standing on the shore with our toes in the surf, Woznick takes us on the board--to the deep water--to watch and wait--and, if need be, to paddle hard to survive.

Next Wave Cultures

Author: Anita Harris
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135909105
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Whereas once young women’s feminist activism could be easily identified, today this resistance seems obscure, transitory, and disorganized. In Next Wave Cultures, established and emerging scholars provide an interdisciplinary examination of young women’s multilayered lives. This collection demonstrates that young women have new ways of taking on politics and culture that may not be recognizable under more traditional paradigms, but deserve to be identified as socially engaged and potentially transformative nonetheless. Exploring the ways in which girls' various cultural pursuits are tied to identity formation and relate to issues of class, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, ability, and, gender, Next Wave Cultures highlights both the limitations and opportunities afforded by globalization of youth consumer culture. This valuable collection is a necessary read across disciplines—especially to those in the fields of education, gender and cultural studies, sociology, and psychology.

Surf Tribe

Author: Stephan Vanfleteren
Editor: Hannibal
ISBN: 9789492677365
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With 'Surf Tribe', photographer Stephan Vanfleteren shows that there is far more to surf culture than just sport and competition. Surfing is also about a deep admiration and respect for the ocean, as well as the feeling of insignificance when confronted with the forces of nature. Surfers use the waves for fun, but also to forget and to battle, both with others and with themselves. Vanfleteren looks beyond the traditional borders of the United States and Australia and searches the globe for people who live in places where sea and land meet. He documents a fluid community, which has nature as its sole leader. He portrays both young talent as well as living icons and old legends, both competition surfers and freesurfers. No action shots on azure blue waves but static and serene black and white portraits in Vanfleteren's well-known, haunting style, which show the real people behind the surfers, in all their strength and vulnerability. A series of images that penetrates to the true core of surf culture. Exhibition: CC Scharpoord, Knokke-Heist, Belgium (24.03.-28.05.2018).

Surfing Brilliant Corners

Author: Sam Bleakley
Editor: Alison Hodge Publishers
ISBN: 9780906720806
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A decade of extreme global surf travel by professional longboarder Sam Bleakley,illustrated with photographs by John Callahan.

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South African Surf

Author: Craig Jarvis
Editor: Jonathan Ball Pub
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Surfing South Africa is a simple, down-to-earth exploration of the country’s top surfing destinations, from the most popular spots which feature widely on the local, national – and international – surfing event calendar to those secret hideaways that surfers like to keep to themselves Well written with wit and a refreshing subjectivity by Daniel Beatty and Craig Jarvis – insiders in every sense, of the surfing world – this fascinating account examines not only the waves that are to be caught off South Africa’s beaches, but what lies beyond and beneath: which beach offers the world’s best ice cream, which is South Africa’s most sought-after wave, and even how geological phenomena affect the impact of waves on southern Africa’s shoreline. Funny, irreverent and forthright, this is a must-have guide to the beaches and shores of the continent’s most popular surfing playground.

Australia S Hottest One Hundred Surfing Legends

Author: Phil Jarratt
Editor: Hardie Grant Publishing
ISBN: 1742700217
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Perpetually broke, he would eat a spider for a beer, or drink mud from a puddle for a bite of a pie. The history of Australian surfing has been full of pioneers, outlaws, hooligans, and mavericks. This lavishly illustrated book, with profiles of 100 legends of Australian surfing from 'ancient history' (pre-1950s) to the current day, is the perfect gift for any surfer or surf aficionado. Featuring many rare and archival images, along with hundreds of gorgeous contemporary surf shots, Australia's Hottest 100 Surfing Legends is a feast for the eyes. Packed with behind-the-scenes anecdotes from insider author Phil Jarratt, this is a riveting account of the pioneers behind Australian surfing's past, and the mavericks who are now moulding its future.

The Rip Curl Story

Author: Tim Baker
Editor: Random House Australia
ISBN: 0143788884
File Size: 74,35 MB
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The Rip Curl Story is the remarkable tale of two young surfers - Doug 'Claw' Warbrick and Brian Singer - who pursued an audacious dream to make a living in pursuit of the ultimate ride. The brand they built, Rip Curl, not only satisfied their own surf wanderlust, but also inspired countless others, riding the wave of the global youth revolution of the late '60s. Rip Curl's mantra became 'the Search': the pursuit of new waves on distant shores, new thrills - skiing, snowboarding, windsurfing - and better equipment to elevate the experience. Along the way they supported the careers of many of the world's great surfers - from Midget Farrelly to Michael Peterson, Tom Curren to Damien Hardman, Pam Burridge to Stephanie Gilmore, and of course Tyler Wright and Mick Fanning. Bestselling surf writer Tim Baker tells this implausible story in an irresistible series of ripping yarns, offering rich life lessons, a maverick business primer and a wild ride of adventure, good times and outlandish ambitions spectacularly realised. The Rip Curl Story will make you want to surf more, travel further, follow through on that great business idea and pursue your own Search.

Golden State Golden Youth

Author: Kirse Granat May
Editor: Univ of North Carolina Press
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Golden State, Golden Youth: The California Image in Popular Culture, 1955-1966

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Surfers Bible

Author: American Bible Society
Editor: American Bible Society
ISBN: 9780647508305
File Size: 71,21 MB
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Surf The Waves

Author: Nehal. VRK
Editor: OrangeBooks Publication
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File Size: 76,89 MB
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Learn W+A+V+E+S. You have it inside. 21st Century is having an entire tribe of 'Working Mommies' who constantly battle the pull to balance all the arenas of their lives. They manage their profession, buy groceries, cook the dinners, tutor the kids, make beds, caress the kids, fold the laundries, arrange the travels, support their spouse, pay the bills, and attend the relatives! The struggle is ongoing. Each day! These mommies get frustrated and forget to live their lives. No time for self-care. No 'Me-time.' No favorite music, and No heartfelt friendships. College days are over. Friends disappeared, and what they have is only responsibilities and labor. These mommies need unique tips to balance their lives. And 'Surf the Waves' does precisely the same. The book gives practical tips on: - How to balance Career, Kids, & Personal Life. - How to satisfy the Mom as well as that 'Girl' inside you who loves music, colors & odors! - How to escape from Self-Shaming. - How to be the Best Mom of Your Kid. - How to intake Vitamin 'I.' - How to receive Spouse-Aid smoothly. - How to make use of the Hurricane & Fire inside you. - How to learn that Mind Game to cover all these domains. - Know the Five Unique Qualities every Working Woman should embody. - Learn the W+A+V+E+S. You have it inside. This book is an answer to the hassles present in front of the working mommies. The solution is in a simple format. Ready to swallow pattern of bullet points. 'Tips' are suggested and curated by the members of this tribe. Women have the Universe inside - All the 5 elements! And the book is beautifully divided into these 5 sections - Water, Air, Vulcan (Fire), Earth, and Space - the WAVES. These WAVES are inside you; what you need is to learn Surfing!! The Book' Surf the WAVES' equip the women with mandatory weapons and advice - it's a wondrous solution for this working woman tribe of 21st Century!

The Lost Coast

Author: Drew Kampion
Editor: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781586852146
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As energy passing through matter organizes matter, so years of intimacy with the ocean and its waves organizes and alters the perceptions of the surfer. The lulls, sets, and rogue waves; the briny stew in which they tumble and struggle; the continual oscillations of reflective surfaces under shifting skies; the lurking presence of "The Landlord" -- all of this alters the senses while it educates the surfer, revealing the laws of the universe on a scale that can be engaged and understood. This collection of stories will pull you into the world of the surfer -- capturing your emotion and engaging your mind. As varied as the patterns of waves, these stories reveal the joy, fear, longing, and ever-present questions of human emotion and existence. Book jacket.

The Cinema Of Kathryn Bigelow

Author: Deborah Jermyn
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Kathryn Bigelow has undoubtedly been one of Hollywood's most significant female players, well known in popular terms for films such as Point Break and Blue Steel, yet relatively unexplored in academia. This collection explores how Bigelow can be seen to provide a point of intersection to a whole range of issues at the forefront of contemporary film studies and of the transformation of Hollywood into a post-classical cinema machine, with a particular emphasis on her most ambitious and controversial picture, Strange Days.

Nz Surf The Collection Volume 2

Author: Warren Hawke
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ISBN: 9780473482480
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Following the sell out success of NZ Surf: The Collection Vol.Ireleased in 2017, Vol.II is the next in the popular series. Vol.II is all new material, but follows the best ideas from Vol.I. There's coverage of new and older members of our NZ surfing tribe, we've included some very different places in different ways to get to the roots of surfing in New Zealand as only a book can. There's surf history, surf stars and grommet coverage. Warren Hawke has packed over 500 images and close to 60,000 words into the book that will have the reader go back again and again. As with all PhotoCPL Media books it is a hard cover, quality printed and bound using sustainable FSC certified paper stocks. Designed by artist Josh O'Rourke. It also features the work from both established and upcoming surf writers and photographers.

Australian Geographic

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The Tribes Of Palos Verdes

Author: Joy Nicholson
Editor: St Martins Press
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Young Medina Mason turns to surfing to vent her anger as her parent's marriage disintegrates and struggles to help herself and her brother survive the forces pulling the family apart. A first novel. 50,000 first printing. Tour.