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Author: Edgar Allan Poe

Publisher: BiBook

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Category: Fiction

Page: 90

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Esta es una edición bilingüe del fascinante cuento de Edgar Allan Poe, para disfrutarlo en versión original y sin necesidad de diccionarios. - Gracias a la tecnología BiBook podrás leer cómodamente en inglés, consultando la versión traducida al español cada vez que lo necesites. - Olvídate del diccionario. Una traducción párrafo por párrafo está disponible pulsando un enlace sobre la primera letra de cada párrafo. - Aprende inglés mientras disfrutas de la lectura. La mayoría de expertos coinciden en que la mejor forma de aprender un idioma es leer. - Disfruta de este libro desde un ereader o también en tu móvil o tableta y tus desplazamientos en metro nunca volverán a ser aburridos. Palabras clave: libro, ebook, bilingüe, dual, version original, traducción, lengua, idioma, elearning, educación, aprender, practicar, leer, inmersión.

International Mining Manual ...

Embracing the Principal Operating Metal Mines, Mills, Smelting & Refining Plants of the United States, Mexico and Canada, and Coal Mines of the Western States, Mexico and Canada

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Category: Coal mines and mining

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Marketing

An Introduction

Author: Gary Armstrong

Publisher: Pearson Educación

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 627

View: 559

This accessible overview helps learners master the basic principles and practices of modern marketing in an enjoyable and practical way. Its coverage balances upon three essential pillars—(1) theory and concepts; (2) practices and applications; and (3) effective learning tools. A four-part organization details topics under the headings of: understanding marketing and the marketing management process, assessing opportunities in a dynamic marketing environment, developing marketing strategy and the marketing mix, and extending marketing. For individuals interested in taking an intriguing, discovery-filled journey to the business of marketing—in sales forces, retailing, advertising, research, or any other

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Publisher: Editorial Elearning, S.L.

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South American Cinema

A Critical Filmography, l915-l994

Author: Timothy Barnard

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 426

View: 835

First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Pervasive Powers

The Politics of Corporate Authority

Author: Sara Angeli Aguiton

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

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In an era of systemic crisis and of global critiques of the unsustainable perpetuation of capitalism, Pervasive Powers: The Politics of Corporate Authority critically questions the conditions for the maintenance and expansion of corporate power. The book explores empirical case studies in the realms of finance, urban policies, automobile safety, environmental risk, agriculture, and food in western democracies. It renews understanding of the power of big business, focusing on how the study of temporalities, of multi-sited influence and of sociotechnical tools is crucial to an analysis of the evolution of corporate authority. Drawing on different literatures, ranging from research on business associations and global governance to that on the social production of ignorance or on corporate crime, this book aims at contributing to existing works on the capacity of corporations to rule the world. Unlike approaches focused on economic elites and on the political activities of firms, it goes beyond analysis of the power of corporations to influence policy-making to depict their unprecedented capacity to transform and shape the social world. Operating in numerous social spaces and mobilizing a wide range of strategies, corporate organizations have acquired the pervasive power to act far beyond mere spaces of regulation and government. Based on contributions from historians, science and technology studies scholars, sociologists and political scientists, this book will be of great interest to researchers, academics and students who wish to understand how corporations exert a pervasive influence on public policies, and to NGOs and regulatory agencies.