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Evil by Design

Author : Chris Nodder
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Offers advice on Web site design and user interfaces that are persuasive and engaging for users.

Evil by Design

Author : Elizabeth Kolbinger Menon
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French print media and the image of the "depraved" woman

Evil by Design

Author : Lynn Santer
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The Will Power

Author : J. Milner Fothergill
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The Sirens of Wartime Radio and How the American Print Media Presented Them

Author : Scott A. Morton
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The Sirens of Wartime Radio and How the American Print Media Presented Them: The Stories, the Intrigue, and the Evolving Coverage of Their Legacies analyzes press coverage from the American print media that helped construct popular images of Tokyo Rose, Axis Sally, Seoul City Sue, and Hanoi Hannah. Coverage of these “radio sirens” essentially constructed and defined these women’s legacies for an American audience. Scott A. Morton examines newspaper and magazine coverage from the periods of each broadcaster, and in doing so, analyzes four primary research inquires. Morton discusses how American newspapers and magazines portrayed each woman to American readers, how the American mass media’s portrayal of them evolved overtime from the mid-1940s through the present, the ways in which the American mass media responded to these five female propagandists—either directly or indirectly—through print, radio, and visual media, and how the legacy of each woman has been kept alive in popular culture in the decades since their last broadcasts. Morton argues that for the most part, coverage of the sirens was borne out of fascination and aversion, fascination stemming from the novelty of women acting as high-profile agents of enemy propaganda organizations and aversion stemming from the potential power they had over U.S. servicemen and the fact that they were viewed as traitors to the U.S. Scholars of media studies, history, and international relations will find this book particularly useful.

The Conflict Ended Or Evil for Ever Vanquished

Author : John Cooper (teacher of the mathematics.)
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal

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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review

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The Christian Disciple

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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review

Author : Noah Worcester
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Different By Design

Author : H. Dale Burke
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Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus? No. The earth is in fact the home base for both sexes. So why are we so different? Because God created us that way. Men and women were created with radically different ways of thinking, feeling, and perceiving. But when we check the Bible, we see that God never intended these differences to create the incredible friction they do in today. The good news is that God has already woven into His Word the perfect solution to this friction. Pastor, author, and conference speaker H. Dale Burke's book, Different By Design, is aimed at exposing the myth that men and women are too different to live in harmony. He contends that God's master plan includes harmony between men and women in marriage. When the inevitable struggles come into a relationship, Burke states that we need heavenly, down-to-earth biblical guidance for building healthy relationships.We all want to build stronger relationships, whether we're single, dating, married or passing along advice to grandkids. Different By Design provides an excellent framework within which to achieve that goal. Our differences do not surprise God. He wired us. He understands. He loves us. And He provides us with a map to navigate these tricky waters.

Enemies by Design

Author : Greg Felton
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Enemies by Design is a rigorously researched expos of the greed, corruption and racism driving George W. Bush's "War on Terrorism." Journalist and scholarly historian Greg Felton reveals how oil interests and Zionist expansionists cultivated and exploited hateful images of the Muslim world to justify aggression against Afghanistan, Iraq and Palestine. This book is basic reading for understanding the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy.

Complete Works

Author : Robert Browning
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Author : Robert Browning
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Computer Gaming World

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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society

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Journal of Theology for Southern Africa

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Publications of the State of Illinois

Author : Illinois. Office of Secretary of State
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Time to Cry Wolf

Author : Lester J. McCann
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Diminishing wildlife populations and predator control.

Claude McKay

Author : Tyrone Tillery
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A fresh interpretation of the life, works, and social context of Jamaican poet McKay (1890-1948), one of the central figures of the Harlem Renaissance. Tillery is a member of the history department at Wayne State U. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR