Text and talk as social practice

Discourse difference and division in speech and writing

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Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 206

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Néerlandais - Vocabulaire en contexte partie 1 / Woorden in context deel 1

Débutant

Author: Louis Dieltjens

Publisher: Armando Editore

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Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 352

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Méthode rapide et efficace pour réviser et enrichir son vocabulaire. Exercices lexicaux portant sur les 2000 mots de base, organisés en 2 niveaux selon leur fréquence. Dans chaque niveau, classement par thèmes : l'habitat, les relations, les voyages, le corps humain, etc. Traductions française et anglaise de chaque mot. Destiné aux étudiants en langues (lettres, traduction/interprétariat), en communication, en commerce..., aux élèves de la fin du secondaire (néerlandais langue seconde) ainsi qu'aux adultes souhaitant étoffer leur connaissance du néerlandais.

Index translationum

Répertoire international des traductions. International bibliography of translations

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Category: Translations

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View: 583

Classified under country, with indexes of authors and translators.

Child labour persists around the world

press clippings (collected as at 31.8.96)

Author: International Labour Office. Bureau of Public Information

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Category: Political Science

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View: 295

Flyer'dam

Rotterdam Flyerculture from the 80's Till Now

Author: Gyz La Rivière

Publisher: Veenman Pub

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Category: Art

Page: 224

View: 394

Collecting more than 2,000 fliers and posters for Rotterdam nightlife and cultural events, Flyer'damreads like a catalogue raisonne for the design history of that city's now-infamous clubbing-scene of the past 30 years--but without the pedagogy. Flyers and posters for parties, events and concerts from the 1980s through today are reproduced in giddy spreads that sometimes capture as many 20 vibrant items of ephemera per page. The rise of house, acid, gabber, illegal parties and R-and-B, as well as techno, drum 'n' bass, hip-hop, breakbeatz, the alternative scene and art pop parties are all documented here, along with profiles of clubbers--mainly young and urban--and trends in graphic styles, typographies and influences. This collection of club flyers reflects a penchant for design and pop culture in general--with visual references as disparate as Japanese manga, 1960s psychedelia, PlayStation, Dutch pornography and Bauhaus philosophy. However, with the development of new digital techniques, it is also interesting to track the directions designers are taking, with more appropriated imagery from the Internet, and, of course, more computer-generated artwork in general. Aside from providing an exhaustive history of recent popular graphic design in the Netherlands, Flyer'damcelebrates the culture of international youth in an exuberant, accessible format.