Erscheinungsdatum: 22.12.2008, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Jobs on the Move, Titelzusatz: An Analytical Approach to 'Relocation' and its Impact on Employment, Redaktion: Galgóczi, Béla // Keune, Maarten // Watt, Andrew, Verlag: P.I.E. // Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Soziologie // Arbeit // Wirtschaft // Technik // Wirtschaftstheorie // allgemein // Erwerbstätigkeit // Beruf // Logistikmanagement // Management // Unternehmensorganisation // International // Multinationales Unternehmen // Absatz // Marketing // Vermarktung // Soziologie: Arbeit und Beruf // Wirtschaftstheorie und // philosophie // Arbeits // Einkommensökonomie // Multinationale Unternehmen // Marketing und Vertrieb // Politische Strukturen und Prozesse, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 243, Abbildungen: 32 fig., Herkunft: SCHWEIZ (CH), Reihe: Travail & Société / Work & Society (Nr. 62), Gewicht: 346 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Hunt down and assassinate the OutsiderArkane studios places you in a role of assassin Billie Lurk, a secondary character from the second game. Billy is a female lead character with a strong yet silent personality. Your quest is to destroy the supernatural presence in the game called the Outsider. Enjoy five missions spread across a few different environments and dive into the believable game world. Discover warped, grotesque stories hidden throughout amazing, mysterious world.Distinctive art-style graphicsExperience an amazing adventure with superbly designed visuals. All characters have an interesting, artistic and mysterious appearance. Feel extraordinary atmosphere and visit all dark corners of the beautifully made city. Move through streets populated with citizens going about their business. Traverse alleyways and rooftops littered with trash, and apartments with belongings strewn about in a believable fashion. Discover shortcuts, offshoot paths, side missions, contract work, black market, and an alternative routes. The entire city architecture has an incredibly Gothic design which adds a unique character to whole gameplay. Enjoy the view of stormy sea waters as they batter against the shorelines of Karnaka. Feel the freedom of vast areas filled with excellently designed lightning.Use your 3 powersDefeat your enemies using 3 mighty powers: Displace, Semblance, and Foresight. Displace is a relocation power. Teleport yourself immediately to some other area and avoid getting killed. Semblance gives you the ability of mind control at melee range. Foresight is a first-person detection system that you can use to tag enemies and items. New to the series, your energy bar recharges to full, so you won’t be on a hunt for potions in this game. If you don’t want to use your powers frequently, feel free to play a run-and-gun style. If you are fancy, sprint to your enemies for a quick, insta-kill.A stealth-based action gameThe only law is the law of your blade. Teleport around the world, steal peoples faces, and stab your enemies in their backs. All these powers build super tailored to an assassin - some who is everyone and no one at the same time. Live in the shadows, wear strangers faces, murder whoever you choose and sneak through invisible paths. The interplay between the weapons and the powers is just joy. Play Dishonored: Death of the Outsider if you want a game that rewards patient and creative approach or, play it if you felt that chaos system in the previous game was harshing your murder vibe.
The internment of Japanese Americans in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor is second only to slavery in terms of America's most tragic and regrettable chapters in history. While the forced relocation and internment of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast during the Second World War is widely recognized - they have even received apologies and compensation from the US government - what is not as well-known is that between 1941 and 1948, approximately 10,000 Americans of German descent were also forcibly interned at camps scattered across the United States. Some refugees, who had fled from Germany in an attempt to escape Nazi persecution, were rounded up, interned, and later used in a prisoner exchange program between the United States and German governments. The American government also went to great lengths to secure Germans living across Latin America who they believed posed a tangible threat should they cross America's southern border.The Roosevelt administration's policy on enemy aliens, and German-Americans in particular, favored an intelligence-based, targeted approach for interning and deporting those who might be deemed a threat to national security. Political pressures from within the administration and the public at large led to carrying out this policy of interning and deporting enemy aliens. Sadly, this ultimately violated the civil rights of German-American citizens and refugees fleeing Nazi-controlled Germany. As the war in Europe continued to rage and American involvement became increasingly likely, Congress passed the Alien Registration Act on June 29, 1940. The Smith Act effectively required aliens of enemy ancestry to register their locations and a statement of personal and political beliefs. Any "violations" of the Smith Act could result in prosecution, and upon America's entry into the war, detention for the conflict's duration. Within four months of the law's passage, 4,741,971 so-called aliens of enemy ancestry had 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colin Fluxman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/179435/bk_acx0_179435_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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