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Shifts in Mapping
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Shifts in Mapping

Maps as a Tool of Knowledge

An introduction to the field of digital cartographies that sketches important influences, theories, and approaches with contemporary design and artistic project examples.
Between Violence, Vulnerability, Resilience and Resistance
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Between Violence, Vulnerability, Resilience and Resistance

Arab Television News on the Experiences of Syrian Women during the Syrian Conflict

An imposing examination of the relationship between structures of power and the notion of agency among the subaltern, by looking at how the Arab television news represented the Syrian women's experiences during the Syrian conflict.
Tensional Responsiveness
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Tensional Responsiveness

Ecosomatic Aliveness and Sensitivity with Human and More-than

An exploration of how moving and relating with tensional responsiveness, which enables novel approaches to bodying (re)generative cultures, lifelong learning, sharing, work, and citizens' well-being.
External Communication in Social Media During Asymmetric Conflicts
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External Communication in Social Media During Asymmetric Conflicts

A Theoretical Model and Empirical Case Study of the Conflict in Israel and Palestine

Which strategies of external communication do conflict parties use during asymmetric conflicts and what shapes the selection of these communication strategies?
The Changing Leadership Roles of <i>Dedes</i> in the Alevi Movement
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The Changing Leadership Roles of <i>Dedes</i> in the Alevi Movement

Ethnographic Studies on Alevi Associations in Turkey and Germany from the 1990s to the Present

An investigation of the altering effects of migration on the leadership roles of dedes in the Alevi Movement after the 1990s and the expanding of their influences from local to transnational space.
The New Meatways and Sustainability
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The New Meatways and Sustainability

Discourses and Social Practices

This book offers an innovative and transdisciplinary journey to the challenges and opportunities within the relationship between practices and discourses.
Powerful Prose
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Powerful Prose

How Textual Features Impact Readers

An absorbing analysis of what makes readers experience a text as ›powerful‹ and how it affects them.
Black Travel Writing
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Black Travel Writing

Contemporary Narratives of Travel to Africa by African American and Black British Authors

This study offers an outline of the genre of Black travel writing as well as analyses of travel narratives by African American and Black British authors published between the 1990s and 2010s.
Traditions Can Be Changed
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Traditions Can Be Changed

Tanzanian Nationalist Debates around Decolonizing »Race« and Gender, 1960s-1970s

Whether and to what extent African states and societies have been able to break away from colonial impact is a still contentious issue.
Harald Barre considers newspapers and academic activism in Tanzania as forums in which the project of an independent African nation was shaped through heated debates. Examining the changing discourses on race and gender in the 1960s and 1970s, he reveals that equating difference with inequality in the national narrative was fiercely contested. Pervasive images rooted in colonialism were thus challenged and in some cases fundamentally transformed by journalists, students, (inter)national scholars, (inter)national events and the promise of an egalitarian socialist state.
Representations of Global Civility
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Representations of Global Civility

English Travellers in the Ottoman Empire and the South Pacific, 1636–1863

Global civility instead of colonial domination: this study provides a striking new perspective on both travel and travel-writing in the long eighteenth century.
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