The Xenophobe S Guide To The Finns

Author: Tarja Moles
Editor: Oval Projects
ISBN: 1908120363
Size: 11,65 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A guide to understanding the Finns that explores their national characteristics with humour and style.

The Xenophobe S Guide To The Italians

Author: Martin Solly
Editor: Oval Projects
ISBN: 1908120606
Size: 14,49 MB
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A guide to understanding the Italians which reveals their cultural curiosities and defining characteristics.

The Xenophobe S Guide To The Icelanders

Author: Richard Sale
Editor: Oval Projects
ISBN: 1908120517
Size: 20,24 MB
Format: PDF
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A guide to understanding the Icelanders which takes an insightful, humorous look at their character and values.

The Xenophobe S Guide To The Austrians

Author: Louis James
Editor: Oval Projects
ISBN: 1908120061
Size: 16,45 MB
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A guide to understanding the Austrians that delves into the cultural curiosities and peculiar characteristics of this land-locked nation.

The Xenophobe S Guide To The Welsh

Author: John Winterson Richards
Editor: Oval Projects
ISBN: 1908120932
Size: 20,71 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A guide to understanding the Welsh that explores their nature and outlook with benevolence and humour.

The Xenophobe S Guide To The Russians

Author: Elizabeth Roberts
Editor: Ravette Pub Ltd
Size: 11,17 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Introducing Globalization

Author: Matthew Sparke
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118241118
Size: 19,97 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Designed specifically for introductory globalization courses, Introducing Globalization helps students to develop informed opinions about globalization, inviting them to become participants rather than just passive learners. Identifies and explores the major economic, political and social ties that comprise contemporary global interdependency Examines a broad sweep of topics, from the rise of transnational corporations and global commodity chains, to global health challenges and policies, to issues of worker solidarity and global labor markets, through to emerging forms of global mobility by both business elites and their critics Written by an award-winning teacher, and enhanced throughout by numerous empirical examples, maps, tables, an extended bibliography, glossary of key terms, and suggestions for further reading and student research Supported by additional web resources – available upon publication at – including hot links to news reports, examples of globalization and other illustrative sites, and archived examples of student projects Engage with fellow readers of Introducing Globalization on the book's Facebook page at, or learn more about this topic by enrolling in the free Coursera course Globalization and You at

The Scandinavian Guide 1991

Author: Hugh Comerford
ISBN: 9781872252025
Size: 11,18 MB
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The Rough Guide To Denmark

Size: 16,62 MB
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Zion Before Zionism 1838 1880

Author: Arnold Blumberg
Editor: Devora Publishing
ISBN: 9781932687828
Size: 19,38 MB
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This book studies the interaction of the European, Turkish, and Palestinian natives for a forty-two year period, just prior to when the great Jewish immigration to Palestine began. It examines the interplay between the native Palestinian population, the essentially foreign Turkish government imposed on them, and the aggressive ambitions of Christian nations represented by their consuls. Most important of all, 1838 marks the first year in which the Turks recognized the right of foreign non-Moslems to lease property for permanent residence in a city sacred to Islam. It was to be another twelve years before the purchase of property by foreign infidels became possible at the Holy City. It was to be a full twenty years before the Turks codified a Land Registry Law in 1858. Nevertheless, the mere beginning of permanent residence at Jerusalem for foreign Jews and Christians makes 1838 a milestone year. It is, therefore, important for any study of what is today modern Israel to examine the years 1838-1880. Those crucial forty-two years form the unique and essential incubative time period without which Zionism could never have prospered in Zion.