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📒The Disoriented State ✍ Bas Arts
📝The Disoriented State Book Synopsis : By providing a unique combination of theories on the state, on territoriality and on governance, The Disoriented State explores the relationship between state governmentality and specific forms of policy making. The Disoriented State begins with a theorisation of these new modes of territoriality, governmentality and governance by three prominent scholars in the field: Neil Brenner, Phil Cerny and Bob Jessop. This is followed by a series of in-depth case studies which manifest the variety as well the various forms of co-constitution between state governmentality, new modes of governance and policy-making, focusing on migration, spatial economic policy, city-marketing, urban development, water management and environmental policy.
📒Disoriented ✍ Delia Low
📝Disoriented Book Synopsis : Kate isafflicted with deafness as a child in China in the 1800s, where her Irish refugee father Samuel lives an apparently blameless life working for the Chinese Maritime Customs Service. After his death, his family discover a shocking fact. As a young woman nowneeding to support herself,Kate has very limited options, and agrees to marry theclever but disturbingly odd Geoffrey, whose personal problems and disastrous choicescontinue to makefor a colourful, difficult and adventurous life. He, Kate and their first child, faced with a business failure, race from China under siegeto settle in Japan, where, amongst other influential people, Geoffrey meets the exiled Sun Yat Sen. Kate constantly faces dramatic changes:from a respectable middle-class Victorian Miss in Colonial Chefoo,life amongst professionals in the Japan of the Last Emperor; a train journey aloneacross Russia with four small children;and learning to cope as an impoverishedhousewife in war-torn England.In her humdrum old age, Kate is suddenly confronted by a lively skeleton from her father's past, and his secret relationship. Based on a true story, this is a compelling tale of adventure, and of overcoming enormous odds. It tells ofKate's first love, her relationship with her family, her helps, and an unexpected visitor; andreveals her warmth and strength of character.
📒Disoriented ✍ Robert Chang
📝Disoriented Book Synopsis : Does "Asian American" denote an ethnic or racial identification? Is a person of mixed ancestry, the child of Euro- and Asian American parents, Asian American? What does it mean to refer to first generation Hmong refugees and fifth generation Chinese Americans both as Asian American? In Disoriented: Asian Americans, Law, and the Nation State, Robert Chang examines the current discourse on race and law and the implications of postmodern theory and affirmative action-all of which have largely excluded Asian Americans-in order to develop a theory of critical Asian American legal studies. Demonstrating that the ongoing debate surrounding multiculturalism and immigration in the U.S. is really a struggle over the meaning of "America," Chang reveals how the construction of Asian American-ness has become a necessary component in stabilizing a national American identity-- a fact Chang criticizes as harmful to Asian Americans. Defining the many "borders" that operate in positive and negative ways to construct America as we know it, Chang analyzes the position of Asian Americans within America's black/white racial paradigm, how "the family" operates as a stand-in for race and nation, and how the figure of the immigrant embodies a central contradiction in allegories of America. "Has profound political implications for race relations in the new century" —Michigan Law Review, May 2001
📒Nancy Drew 10 The Disoriented Express ✍ Stefan Petrucha
📝Nancy Drew 10 The Disoriented Express Book Synopsis : On its journey to Professor Hinkley's research facility, Nancy Drew must protect an amazing creation that could possibly end the world's energy crisis. Unstable and dangerous, the super fuel-efficient engine must be transported by a private train. But dark forces are at work, attempting to shanghai the miracle machine – literally at every turn by using computers to jam the switches! But while Nancy, and her friend George, attempt to determine which sinister suspect is behind these despicable acts, they soon realize that if their adversaries can't succeed at stealing this miraculous machine, they'll destroy the train, along with everything, and everyone on it! "The Disoriented Express" is the second in a series of three Nancy Drew adventures entitled "The High Miles Mystery."
📒The Disoriented Dutchman S Gold Mine ✍ Rick Allen
📝The Disoriented Dutchman s Gold Mine Book Synopsis : Joe Waltz is the great-grandson of the famous Lost Dutchman, Jacob Waltz. The location of the gold mine was lost with the death of Joe's grandmother, or so he thought. His parents have been loose-lipped about their heritage, a mistake that forces them into hiding, and now places their lives in jeopardy because of an eavesdropping con man, bent on obtaining the treasure at any cost. Joe's ex-girlfriend, now privy to his true identity, also joins in the search, and has enlisted the help of her bumbling brother and friend in her scheme. With clues left by his late grandmother now surfacing, Joe's life and the famous Lost Dutchman's gold are in growing peril. Keywords: Lost Dutchman, Gold Mine, Jacob Waltz, Humor, Adventure, Treasure, Fiction
📒Disoriented ✍ Michael Ritchey
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📒Disoriented ✍ Howard Goodman
📝Disoriented Book Synopsis : Howard and Ellen Goodman were just turning 60 when Howard was laid off from his job as a newspaper editor during the Great Recession. Jobless in a dying industry in the U.S., the couple grabbed the chance at a new life when opportunity in Shanghai arose out of the blue.Both a travelogue and a cultural critique, “Disoriented” tells the couple's story, from dazed arrival in a new land to Howard's experiences as an editor under state-controlled media and Ellen's teaching English to the children of China's new elites. Ultimately, the pair developed a surprise romance with a staggering country that few Americans really know. In this highly readable book, the Goodmans draw the reader into their worlds as they become oriented to life in a place so different from the one they left in the States. What results in their sweet and warm portrayal of life as ex-pats in Shanghai and Hong Kong is a love story, a portrait of transformation, and an appreciation of what they left at home.