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Fans des Beatles, Les

Identificadores:  ISBN 9782868475206 (impreso) 9782753537767 (en línea)

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Farbe-Macht-Körper: Kritische Weißseinsforschung in der europäischen Kunstgeschichte

Identificadores:  ISBN 9783731500896 (impreso)

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Fases de creación, producción, distribución y consumo en las radios universitarias públicas a partir de la digitalización y su introducción a la web: Un estudio comparativo entre Radio LT10 de la Universidad Nacional del Litoral y Radio Universidad de la

Alejandra Gabriela Panozzo Zenere ; María Cecilia Reviglio ; Washington Uranga ; Ornela Carboni ; Soledad Segura ; Oscar Bosetti

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Panozzo Zerene, A. (2016) Fases de creación, producción, distribución y consumo en las radios universitarias públicas a partir de la digitalización y su introducción a la web. Un estudio comparativo entre Radio LT10 de la Universidad Nacional del Litoral y Radio Universidad de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Tesis de posgrado). Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Bernal, Argentina.
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Fashion Meets Socialism: Fashion industry in the Soviet Union after the Second World War

Identificadores:  ISBN 9789522226655 (impreso) 9789522226785 (en línea)

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"This book presents, above all, a study of the establishment and development of the Soviet organization and system of fashion industry and design as it gradually evolved in the years after the Second World War in the Soviet Union, which was, in the understanding of its leaders, reaching the mature or last stage of socialism when the country was firmly set on the straight trajectory to its final goal, Communism. What was typical of this complex and extensive system of fashion was that it was always loyally subservient to the principles of the planned socialist economy. This did not by any means indicate that everything the designers and other fashion professionals did was dictated entirely from above by the central planning agencies. Neither did it mean that their professional judgment would have been only secondary to ideological and political standards set by the Communist Party and the government of the Soviet Union. On the contrary, as our study shows, the Soviet fashion professionals had a lot of autonomy. They were eager and willing to exercise their own judgment in matters of taste and to set the agenda of beauty and style for Soviet citizens. The present book is the first comprehensive and systematic history of the development of fashion and fashion institutions in the Soviet Union after the Second World War. Our study makes use of rich empirical and historical material that has been made available for the first time for scientific analysis and discussion. The main sources for our study came from the state, party and departmental archives of the former Soviet Union. We also make extensive use of oral history and the writings published in Soviet popular and professional press."
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Fashion Myths: A Cultural Critique (translated by John Irons)

Identificadores:  ISBN 9783837624373 (impreso) 9783839424377 (en línea)

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Besides products and services multinational corporations also sell myths, values and immaterial goods. Such 'meta-goods' (e.g. prestige, beauty, strength) are major selling points in the context of successful marketing and advertising. Fashion adverts draw on deeply rooted human values, ideals and desires such as values and symbols of social recognition, beautification and rejuvenation. Although the reference to such meta-goods is obvious to some consumers, their rootedness in philosophical theories of human nature is less apparent, even for the marketers and advertisers themselves. This book is of special interest for researchers and students in the fields of Cultural Studies, Media Studies, Marketing, Advertising, Fashion, Cultural Critique, Philosophy, Sociology, Anthropology and Psychology, and for anyone interested in the ways in which fashion operates.
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Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture

Identificadores:  ISSN 1362-704X (impreso)

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Fashioning Jews: Clothing, Culture, and Commerce

Identificadores:  ISBN 978-1-55753-657-0 (impreso) 978-1-61249-291-9 (en línea)

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Fassbinder's Germany: History, Identity, Subject

Thomas Elsaesser
Identificadores:  ISBN 978-9-05356-059-4 (impreso) 978-9-04850-350-6 (en línea)

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Faulkner Journal

Identificadores:  ISSN 0884-2949 (impreso)

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Federalism and Regionalism in Australia: New Approaches, New Institutions?

Identificadores:  ISBN 978-1-92131-341-7 (impreso) 978-1-92131-342-4 (en línea)

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Australia's federal system is in a state of flux and its relevance is being challenged. Dramatic shifts are occurring in the ways in which power and responsibility are shared between governments. Pressure for reform is coming not just from above, but from below, as the needs of local and regional communities - both rural and urban - occupy an increasingly important place on the national stage. How will these competing pressures for centralisation and devolution in the structures of federalism be reconciled? In this volume, experts and policy practitioners from diverse backgrounds canvass this uncertain future to conclude that the future of state, regional and local institutions is not only a vital question of federal governance, but must be addressed in a conscious and concerted way if Australian federalism is to evolve in ways that are sufficiently legitimate, effective, efficient and adaptive.