Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Gentrification and Displacement: The Forced Relocation of Public Housing Tenants in Inner-Sydney, Auflage: 2019, Autor: Morris, Alan, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Singapore, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Soziologie // Bevölkerung // Siedlung // Stadt // Geografie // Stadtgeografie // Stadtplanung // SOCIAL SCIENCE // Sociology // Urban // und Gemeindeplanung // Bevölkerung und Demographie // Siedlungsgeographie // städtische und ländliche Geographie // New South Wales // Wohnen und Obdachlosigkeit, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 142, Abbildungen: Bibliographie, Informationen: Book, Gewicht: 254 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Doing business in the post-global financial crisis (GFC) is extremely challenging for most. Traditional capital has all but dried up. This has created challenges and opportunities for business decision makers to embrace public-private partnerships in order to determine the best business climate, provide public-backed incentives to close expansion & relocation projects and reduce operating and start-up costs. Running the gauntlet of getting these deals to come to fruition is tricky and full of issues that need to be addressed in order to gain access to capitalization for projects that can create jobs, increase public tax base, and assist in diversifying and rebuilding damaged local economies. This book is a guide to navigating this tumultuous path and assisting business leaders and economic developers in finding common ground to close new business projects and get America and other local economies around the world back into sustainable economic growth. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Noble. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004218/bk_acx0_004218_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
‘Sticky Fingers,’ one of the most revered albums in the storied catalogue of the legendary Rolling Stones, is set to enthral a new generation of admirers. The 1971 classic — which captured the band at the absolute peak of their powers, on timeless tracks such as ‘Brown Sugar,’ ‘Wild Horses,’ ‘Bitch,’ ‘Sister Morphine’ and ‘Dead Flowers’ — will be reissued by Universal Music in a variety of formats worldwide on June 8, 2015. The reissue arrives as the Rolling Stones continue to captivate audiences around the world with their stunning live performances. Last year’s 14 On Fire tour saw the band play for over a million fans and in 2015 the Stones will set out on a North American tour of stadiums and festivals. The Rolling Stones newly branded RS- ‘ZIP CODE’ Tour’ will kick off in late May, see rollingstones.com for details. ‘Sticky Fingers’ was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Stargroves, Mick’s country home and Olympic Studios in London and produced by regular confidant Jimmy Miller, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released shortly after the Stones became exiled in the south of France, leaving Britain after a sensational farewell tour. It also featured some of the most ground breaking artwork in rock history by Andy Warhol with its famous working zip on the front cover. Recreated in the Super Deluxe and Double Vinyl Deluxe Editions of the new package. ‘Sticky Fingers’ has been repeatedly hailed as one of the Stones’ all-time great albums, capturing their trademark combination of swagger and tenderness in a superb collection. It continued the incredible outpouring of creative energy that had produced 1968’s ‘Beggars Banquet’ and ‘Let It Bleed’ in 1969. After ‘Sticky Fingers’, the Stones’ relocation to the south of France led to the double album masterpiece ‘Exile On Main St.’ The highly acclaimed ‘Sticky Fingers’ showcased the ever more inventive song writing of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and formidable guitar licks from Mick Taylor. The new editions of ‘Sticky Fingers’ follow the worldwide critical and commercial success of the Stones’ two previous deluxe reissues, for ‘Exile’ itself (which took the album back to No. 1 in the UK in 2010, 38 years after it first topped the chart) and the 1978 classic ‘Some Girls,’ repackaged in 2011. As with those expanded releases, millions of Stones devotees will be hugely excited by not only the original album but the generous selection of previously unavailable material contained within the Deluxe and Super Deluxe formats. These include the alternative version of the chart-topping single ‘Brown Sugar’ featuring Eric Clapton; unreleased interpretations of ‘Bitch,’ ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’ and ‘Dead Flowers’; an acoustic take on the anthemic ‘Wild Horses’, and five tracks recorded live at The Roundhouse in 1971 including ‘Honky Tonk Women’ and ‘Midnight Rambler.’ The Super Deluxe edition will also house ‘Get Yer Leeds Lungs Out!,’ the 13-track audio recording of the Stones’ gig in Leeds in March 1971, shortly before their “exile” in France began. The set included versions of the just-completed ‘Brown Sugar,’ ‘Bitch’ and ‘Dead Flowers,’ one of their many authentic forays into country music territory. There’s also a chance to see two numbers from the band’s famous Marquee Club show of March 26, 1971. Other features of the Super Deluxe Edition include a beautiful 120 page hardback book complete with real zip, featuring new liner notes and many rare and unseen photographs from the era plus a print, postcard set and more. The first sessions that led to ‘Sticky Fingers’ took place as far back as December 1969, in the remote location of Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Alabama. The band then reconvened, back home in the UK both at Olympic and with the Rolling Stones Mobile parked up at Mick Jagger’s Stargroves home. On April 23, 1971, 504 days after that first session in Alabama, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released, cheered on by media and public alike. “It is the latest beautiful chapter in the continuing story of the greatest rock group in the world,” wrote Rolling Stone. As the album hit the shops that spring, ‘Brown Sugar’ hit the charts, and by early May, ‘Sticky Fingers’ had become the band’s sixth UK #1 LP. Its four-week reign was matched by its performance in the US, and it also raced to the top in Australia, Canada and through much of Europe. As the aura grew around this essential part of the Stones’ epic story, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame and became one of their four titles in the top 100 of Rolling Stone’s critics’ poll of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The welcome reappearance of ‘Sticky Fingers’ will not only restate the pre-eminence of this album landmark, but add even greater distinction to perhaps the greatest catalogue in rock music.
Have you ever had raccoons fall through your ceiling? Discovered a nest of sparrows in your hanging flower basket? Or how about woke up one morning to discover deer have nibbled on your flower garden, reducing your blossoms to stems? If so, you're not alone. The paths of humans and wildlife cross all the time, and it is the aim of this handbook to make sure those paths cross as peacefully as possible.Andrea Dawn Lopez, a former manager at Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc., in San Antonio, Texas, has distilled her knowledge of dealing with wildlife in When Raccoons Fall through Your Ceiling. She tackles a wide variety of situations that occur when human and non-human worlds clash. Have you found a baby bird on your porch? Is a snake taking up residence in your garage? Or perhaps woodpeckers are drumming against your house? Lopez offers advice on how to deal humanely with each situation with tips on relocation, repelling, and when to call in the experts (for when the bears are rattling your trash cans).Wildlife rehabilitators and state wildlife officers across the world spend many hours answering questions on the phone, teaching in classrooms, and going to people's homes to try and show them about how to better co-habit with wild animals. When Raccoons Fall through Your Ceiling is a practical handbook to codify for the general public how to deal with wildlife-related problems and concerns. It will be of interest to wildlife rehabilitation centers, state wildlife agencies, veterinarians, and those fortunate enough to live in an area enhanced by wild birds, reptiles, and mammals.This book is published by University of North Texas Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lillian Rathbun. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/087046/bk_acx0_087046_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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.
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.In spite of a preponderance of evidence affirming the occurrence of these events, the United States government persistently denied it for decades. The public was largely unaware that these atrocities had occurred, and hardly a single account of history was found to mention them. Winkler, for instance, fallaciously asserted that “German-Americans, treated poorly by their fellow Americans during World War I, were now more fully assimilated into American life and were largely left alone”. With the Freedom of Information Act (1967) opening up government archives regarding these events, new facts emerged pertaining to German-American internment during World War II. More recently, personal testimonies by survivors of internment camps have led historians into the open archives in an effort to corroborate their stories. But even after these events have been firmly established, they continue to be overlooked both in popular discourse and by historians of the era. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colin Fluxman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/179772/bk_acx0_179772_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.