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The Modern Uzbeks: From the 14th Century to the Present : A Cultural History (Studies of Nationalities in the USSR) - Allworth, Edward A.
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The Modern Uzbeks: From the 14th Century to the Present : A Cultural History (Studies of Nationalities in the USSR) - signiertes Exemplar

2003, ISBN: 9780817987329

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Paperback. New. Paperback. 232 pages. Destined to Triumph is deeply-moving autobiography of highly engaging snapshots into turbulent life twists and turns of Julius Babyetsiza. It is a wisdom cache of tough life experiences. It is a story of an African child, Julius Babyetsiza, who has seen it all. The book poses a universal question as what is the return on investment in education in UgandaAfrica given that the continent has remained crawling technologically when the rest of the world is running. He sounds an oracle to Ugandas political and university leaders to build knowledge-driven national economy; else History catches them on the wrong side. Woe, however, The falcon cannot hear the falconer. Find his views regarding how to address disheartening graduates unemployment problem in Uganda - letters to Ugandan President and calls to leaders of universities. One of the hallmarks of Destined To Triumph is the suggested new leadership paradigm shift that will enthrone universitiesuniversity leaders as the guardians of political and socio-economic accountability. Striking highlights of his story include: a socially rich life and untimely death and spectacular mourning of the death of his father; his survival of a vicious attack of his leg by mysterious swelling which was cured through the miraculous intervention of his already divorced step-mother; his perseverance through primary and secondary school education with no reliable source of income; how he won a scholarship to study Economics and Statistics at the Odessa State Economic University in the Ukraine, former Soviet Union where he had flamboyant study time after failing to beat the intense competition to enter Makerere University the only one in Uganda at the time; his shying-away from the love of Novikava, a young, beautiful classmate from Moldova who, disappointed, showers her love on another student from the Congo, bears him a son and gets an occasion to taunt Babyetsiza (in the presence of her husband) with the searing comment, You know that child should have been yours; his failure to get a job for several years in Uganda after his return with a Masters degree; his marriage to a beautiful Rwandan con woman whom he met at his computer training institute in Kampala and who deserts him after stealing from him dear sums of money with the connivance of witch-doctors; his dabbling in advocacy for sustainable use of the environment by virtue of his employment with NAPE, a Ugandan indigenous NGO, which finally sacks him for his pursuance of political interests. Destined to Triumph is divided into four parts, namely: - Part One: My Early Life; Part Two: Professional Training in the Former Soviet Union (USSR); Part Three: The Wife Who Melted a Golden Wedding Ring into a Tooth; and Part Four: My Calling to Higher Levels of Reaching Out. Each of the four different parts still makes comprehensible appeal. JULIUS Babyetsiza is a Ugandan. Having lost his father who had already divorced his mother at a very young age, Babyetsiza owes his survival and ability to continue his education to his elder brother, Francis Tamwine, who sacrifices his own primary education to assume parental responsibility and fend for his two younger brothers and two sisters. From then on, Babyetsiza had to settle for a life of uncertainty, tilling the land to supplement the support from his brother, relatives and friends for his education, which leave us convinced about his belief that he can only be surviving through the omnipotent protection of the Hand of God. Contact: bbytszyahoo. com ; Tel: (256)782-188904 This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1987. New. Concept Publishing Company Pvt Ltd, 1987 New This book provides an introduction to the problems and prospects of resource development in two countries, India and the USSR, which share a common heritage of a vast territorial do main, uneven distribution of resources, diverse regional resource combinations and disparateness in natural resource potential The papers also convey to the readers the need for multidisciplinary and cross national research in resource planning and the urgency to view resource development policies within the framework of environmental issues and political and social conditions in the world, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1987, NY: The Free Press/Macmillan Inc.. Good in Good dust jacket. 1990. Second Printing. Hardcover. Private library embossment inside front cover, otherwise unmarked - mild wear from handling - nice, lightly used copy. DJ improved with new, clear mylar cover. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 432 pages ., The Free Press/Macmillan Inc., 1990, Great Britain: Macmillan Education Ltd. Very Good. 1988. Reprint. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0333304497 Paperback Paperback Mastering Modern World History.Contents War and International Relations ? The World in 1914: Outbreak of the First World War ? The First World War and its Aftermath ? The League of Nations ? International Relations 1919?33 ? International Relations 1933?39 ? The Second World War 1939?45 ? The Cold War: Problems of International Relations after the Second World War ? The Spread of Communism Outside Europe and its Effect on International Relations ? The United Nations Organization ? The Two Europes, East and West, since 1945 ? Conflict in the Middle East ? The Rise of Fascism and Governments of the Right ? Italy 1918?45: The First Appearance of Fascism ? Germany 1918?45: The Weimar Republic and Hitler ? Japan and Spain ? Communism ? Rise and Decline ? Russia and the Revolutions, 1900?24 ? Communist Rule in the USSR, 1924?91 ? China 1900?49 ? China since 1949: The Communists in Control ? The United States of America ? The USA Before the Second World War ? The USA Since 1945 ? Decolonization and after ? The End of the European Empires ? Problems in Africa ? Global problems ? The Changing World Economy since 1900 ? The World?s Population ?(We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Macmillan Education Ltd, 1988, New York: International Publishers, 1976. 172 Pages. Tight bright book with no marks or stamps. Lecdtures which the eminent Italian and world Communist leader, Togliatti, gave to workeers frm Italy who, in 1935, were attending a POarty school in Moscow. The Lecdtures clearly delineate the class nature of fascism and the ideological and organizational tools it uses to fashion its mass social base. Togliatte makes a profound analysis of the character of this base, the special problems it posed for the democratic and communist forces in Italy, and he suggest the methods for political work under the difficult circumstances of fascist rule. First issued in Italy in 1970 this book has since been published in France, The USSR, and the Geerman Democratic Republic. This is the first English language edition --- a Marxist classic whose style and content lends itself to study. Contents in Eight Chapters: aThe Basic Features of the Fascist Dictatorship, The Bourgeoisie's New Type of Party, The National Fascist Party, Fascism's Mili8tary and Propaganda Organizations, Fascist Trade Unnions, The Dopolavoro, Corporativism, Our Policy Toward the Corporations, and Fascism's Policy in the Countryside. Reference Notes.. First Edition Stated. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 5 1/4" x 8"., International Publishers, 1976, NY: Random House. Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. 1979. First Edition. Hardcover; First Printing. 0394417526 . Top edge of binding is faded, else binding is clean, sound and unworn. Name on ffep. Contents are almost like new. DJ, which is protected by clear plastic, has a 1" tear in it's top edge, otherwise very minor wear on the clean, complete DJ. ; 9-1/2" Tall, 397pp. Black boards, black cloth spine, bright gold lettering. HISTORY. Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Burma, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. "Brings into clear focus the vital national differences between them which outweigh the similarities.... Among Asia's leaders past and present, Mr. Shaplen has met China's Mao Tse-tung, the Philippines' Ferdinand Marcos and Singapore's Kee Kuan Yew, and he gives his opinion of each of them, weighing their faults, virtues and roles in history. The author, who first visited Vietnam in 1946, not only points out why the war was such an unnecessary disaster, but analyzes the problems of consolidation the New Hanoi regime is facing. " Index. Two-page map. ., Random House, 1979, New York, NY: Free Press, 1990. First Edition 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/As New. Size=6.5"x9.5. 18 B/W Photos & 6 Maps. (full book description) Free Press, New York, NY, 1990. 1st Ed.(U.S.) 2nd Printing, VG+/Fine, Hard Cover, w/Dust Jacket. Size=6.5"x9.5", 432pp(Index). 18 B/W Photos & 6 Maps. 2" long black line on bottom page ends, o.w. clean, tight & bright. No ink names, DJ tears etc. ISBN 0029224012 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!, Free Press, 1990, New York, NY: Free Press, 1990. First Edition First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Size=6.5"x9.5. 18 B/W Photos & 6 Maps. (full book description) Free Press, New York, NY, 1990. 1st Ed.(U.S.) 1st Printing, VG/VG+, Hard Cover, w/Dust Jacket. Size=6.5"x9.5", 432pp(Index). 18 B/W Photos & 6 Maps. Faint dust foxing specks on top page ends, o.w. clean & tight. NO ink names, DJ tears etc. ISBN 0029224012 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!, Free Press, 1990, New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1966. FIRST PRINTING of the First Paperback Edition (stated). An unflinching look at the state of mid-1960s world politics, the reality of Soviet expansionism, ambiguous and chaotic forces and challenges throughout the world, decolonization and neo-colonialism, the limitations of the United Nations, much more, the author warning against the West adopting rigid military solutions to every problem and viewing the world mechanistically instead of organically. Author's points still very applicable today as the West continues to make the same old stale and inflexible blunders in meeting international challenges. Wraps, 119pp. A very nice copy.. First Paperback Edition (stated). Wraps. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1966, Belmont: American Opinion, 1969. A 1960s-era John Birch Society warning that sex education in the public schools would NOT result in a reduction of teen pregnancy or soften the nation's morals but would instead merely sexualize children at a too-early age and accelerate all the society downgoings. Author's predictions have panned out 100% since then! Softcover, 29pp., rear cover shows an abrasion near spine. Overall a very nice copy of a rare collectible.. First Edition (thus). Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., American Opinion, 1969, Free Press, NY, 1990, 1990 First edition. HC, 8vo, 432 pp. Fine/Fine.. 1st Edition. Hardcover., Free Press, NY, 1990, 1990, New York: Perennial Library - Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988. Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. NATIONAL BESTSELLER. NEW, UPDATED EDITION. SUB-TITLE: A Cornelia & Michael Bessie Book. BOOK NUMBER: PL 1528. CONTENTS: Preface to the New Edition; To the Reader; PART ONE PERESTROIKA; Chapter 1 Perestroika: Origins, Essence, Revolutionary Character; Chapter 2 Perestroika Gets Under Way: The First Conclusions; PART TWO NEW THINKING AND THE WORLD; Chapter 3 How We See the World of Today; Chapter 4 Restructuring in the USSR and the Socialist World; Chapter 5 The Third World in the International Community; Chapter 6 Europe in Soviet Foreign Policy; Chapter 7 Problems of Disarmament and USSR-USA Relations; Conclusion; PART THREE PERESTROIKA: THE NEXT PHASE; Chapter 8: Speech by Mikhail Gorbachev at the Closing of the Conference (July 1, 1988); Resolutions of the 19th All-Union Conference of the CPSU. SYNOPSIS: "The purpose of this book," says its author, "is to talk without intermediaries to the citizens of the whole world about things that, without exception, concern us all . . . I am convinced that they, like me, worry about the future of our planet." Perestroika, which means restructuring, is Mikhail Gorbachev's own account of the revolution he is presently implementing in the U.S.S.R. Seventy years after the October Revolution, it constitutes real changes in attitudes, in ideas and in practice that entail a radical alteration of both domestic and foreign policy. Perestroika is the next stage in socialist history, when greater responsibility is delegated to the people, and initiative, openness and a spirit of emulation are strongly encouraged through a real sense of personal involvement. It is an unprecedented blueprint for change that can only have profound implications for the world. Frank in his criticism of the past, trenchant in his recommendations for the present, the General Secretary is unswerving in his conviction that the needs of the world are inseparable from those of his country. For, in the search for a "nuclear-free, non-violent world," restructuring must be a global affair, and involve furthering the cause of understanding and tolerance. "The state and peoples of the earth are very different, and it is good that they are so." Eloquently, forcefully, passionately, Mikhail Gorbachev shows the reader the world as he sees it. He sheds new light on the problems of arms reduction and international affairs, and gives a fascinating inside view of Geneva and Reykjavik. This book is a historic document of major proportions. A world leader, in office, has addressed the citizens of the entire world. In a day of mass media, Gorbachev has written the world a long letter. "It is not easy to change the approaches on which East-West relations have been built for fifty years. But the new is knocking at every door and window." Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev was born on 2 March 1931 in the village of Privolnoe in the Stavropol Territory (Southern Russia). Since March 1985 he has been General Secretary of the CPSU (Communist Party of the Soviet Union) Central Committee, Chairman of the USSR Council of Defense and Member of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet (the Soviet Parliament), having joined the Communist Party in 1952. He graduated from the Law Department of Moscow State University in 1955 and from the Stavropol Agricultural Institute in 1967. At the age of fifteen he began work as a harvester operator. In the mid-fifties he was a leader of the Stavropol Komsomol, being Secretary of the City Komsomol Committee and later Secretary to the Territory Komsomol Committee. In 1966 he became Secretary of the Stavropol City Committee of the CPSU and later First Secretary of the Stavropol Territory Committee of the CPSU. In 1970 he was elected to the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. In 1971 he was elected a Member of the CPSU Central Committee at the 24th Congress of the CPSU, and in 1978 he was elected Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee a the Plenary Meeting of the CPSU Central Committee. He moved to Moscow at this time. He became an Alternate Member of the Politburo in 1979, and has been a Member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee since 1980.. Second Edition 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Perennial Library - Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988, Paper Back . New. 23cm., Contents: Preface, Teacher Education- Basic Concept, Teacher Education in India, Teacher Education Progress During 1947-85 , National Policy on Teacherr Education 1986, Basic Features of Teacher Education in India, Teacher Education- the need of teachers social image, The Objectives of Teacher Education in India, Formulation of Teacher Education Curriculum, Managing agencies of Teacher Education in India, Structure and Models of Teacher Education, Educational Technology-Objectives and Approaches, Problem of Teacher Education in india, Student Teaching Lesson Planning- Approaches and Models, In-Service Teacher Education, Current Tends in Teacher Education, Action Research- Design and Application, Innovative Practices and Teachers Education, Techniques for Higher Learning, Instructional Design, Analysing Classroom Interaction Role of Distance Education in Teacher Education in India, Modification of Teacher Behaviour, National Programme of Pre-service and Inservice Teacher Education, Role of National Council of Teacher Education(NCTE), Comparative study of Teacher Education USA, UK, USSR, France and india. (Demy octavo, bibliography, index.) xxv+574 Unused New Copy in Very Good Condition Ships from India Year of Publication 2003 8173915407, Lexington: D. C. Heath and Company - Raytheon Education Company Light Creasing on Front Cover; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. CONTENTS: Introduction; I. Popular Participation in the Political Process; Robert Conquest - Soviet Communism: The Antithesis of Democracy; T. H. Rigby - The Democratic Impulse in the Communist Party; William M. Mandel - The Emergence of Democracy in Post-Stalinist Russia; II. The New Elites and the Development of Pluralism; Allen Kassof - Totalitarianism Without Terror; Joseph R. Strayer - The Impetus Toward a Pluralistic Society; Michel Tatu - Economic Reforms and the Decentralization of Power; III. Coercion, Persuasion, and the Rule of Law; Harold J. Berman - The Law and the Soviet Citizen; Leonard Schapiro - Prospects for the Rule of Law; Jeremy R. Azrael - Is Coercion Withering Away?; IV. Equality and Discrimination in Soviet Society; Yaroslav Bilinsky - Nationality and the Ruling Elite; Bohdan R. Bociurkiw - Believers and Non-believers; Robert A. Feldmesser - The Political Consequences of Equality; Peter Viereck - The Intellectuals' Challenge to Party Control; Suggestions for Further Reading. SERIES: 6th in series. Problems in Political Science. under the editorial direction of Neal Riemer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. This new series is designed to encourage critical thinking by presenting meaningful alternatives to well-defined problems. In each volume the selections emphasize contending approaches to a significant problem. This conflict of viewpoints illuminates the major ethical, empirical, and prudential components of the discipline of political science - the values men deem good for the political community, the important empirical realities scientists seek to understand, and the feasible public policies that statesmen strive to advance.. First Edition 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., D. C. Heath and Company - Raytheon Education Company, Trafford. Paperback. New. Paperback. 72 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.2in.The book brings forward the authors personal attitudes to the analysis of the present difficult political, economic, and financial situation in the EU member states. It reveals the authors prognoses of the necessity of system reforms, avoiding useless attempts to reanimate the obsolete political and financial structure of capitalism. In the authors opinion, for objective reasons, modern capitalism is not able to solve problems of preservation of life-supporting financial institutions the European states and the West are facing today. The author thinks that Europe has to go over to a postcapitalistic way of development. This is the call of the times, the demand of the historical moment. Capitalism as a system of political and economic development has completed its historical mission, having brought Western countries to the highest level of economic and technical development, creation of the best welfare for the countries of Europe and the West (i. e. it has exhausted resources for progress). Principally, new empires should have been built ten years ago (i. e. it was time for imperialism). However, today it is impossible for objective reasons. Countries like China, Russia, former USSR republics, and part of the third world will develop according to the capitalistic way of development, taking into consideration a mass of mistake the West has made. They have a huge amount of resources for a capitalistic way of development. What will happen to Europe in the future Prof. Rafig Y. Aliyev has specific proposals about that worthy of attention and discussion. However, the delay of important decisions on the very political and financial system may turn into a tragedy for many nations, including the EU member states. The book is meant for a wide circle of readers. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Trafford, Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai Brith. Fair. 1973. Softcover. Cover and spine creases, cover has stains. SIGNED by A. Vornel on separate, detached title page. Collection of Materials on the History, Culture, and Problems of Jews in the USSR. Foreword by Moshe Decter; Introduction by Lewis A. Coer; Essays include: The Social Pre-Conditions of the National Awakening of the Jews in the USSR; Reasons for the Exodus of Jews to Israel; Question of Law; History of Russia; Do I feel I belong to the Jewish People? At 7, I thought I was no different from other children; I have been writing poetry since childhood. Appendix: Honor Roll of Activist Scientist; ; Signed by Author ., Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai Brith, 1973, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. New. Now-a-days Journalism is considered as a thought provoking subject all over the world. All the civilised societies and nations evince great interest in the study of Journalism. No doubt, Journalism covers a vast area. The book provides enormous details of various aspects of Journalism in a simple manner so as to fulfil the requirements of the students and the common readers. The study also provides the history of press in major countries of the world in detail. Besides, greater importance has been given to the study of the history of Press and Freedom of Press in India in the book for the benefit of the students of Indian Universities. The book ‘Journalism’ is an encylopaedia in true sense. The book has touched upon every aspect of Journalism in a beautiful manner. The essentials of this subject covering all aspects have been traced from the first chapter to the last chapter in an excellent way. The book will surely be useful not only to the students but also to the academicians and the common readers interested in Journalism.1. Introduction (i) Definition of Journalism (ii) Journalism is an Art (iii) Journalism is a Science (iv) Journalism and Education (v) Principles of Modern Journalism (vi) Journalism is the Fourth Estate (vii) Areas of Journalism (viii) The Criteria of the Good Newspaper (ix) Important Principles of Journalism (x) Ethics of Journalism (xi) Features of Good Journalism (xii) Kinds of Journals (xiii) Press and its Social Responsibility 2. Journalism is a Career (i) Various Aspects (ii) Journalistic Training 3. Newspapers (i) Origin and Development of Newspaper (ii) Functions of a Newspaper (iii) Departments of a Newspaper and their Functions (iv) Ownership of Newspapers (v) Art of the Headline 4. Management Problems 5. News (i) News Worthiness (ii) Kinds of News (iii) News Sources 6. The Editorial Department (i) The Editor (ii) The News Editor (iii) Night News Editor 7. News Agencies (i) Wire Services (National News Agencies) (ii) International News Service (iii) Feature Syndicates (iv) Heads of News Departments 8. Sub-Editing — Its Various Aspects 9. Reporting (i) The Role of a Reporter (ii) Duties of a Reporter (iii) Reporting Departments 1. Basic Requisites of a Journalist 11. The Profile of a Reporter 12. Art of News Writing 13. Some Hints on Language Style 14. Art of Interviewing (i) Kinds of Interview (1) Planned Interview (a) Preparation before Interview (b) Things to be done at the time of Interview (c) Steps to be taken after Interview (2) Unplanned Interview (ii) Telephonic Interview (iii) Do’s and Don’ts in Interviewing (iv) Press Conferences (v) Question-Answer Method 15. Make up of a Newspaper 16. The Printing Process of a Newspaper (i) Printing Department (ii) Printing Technology (iii) Proof Reading 17. Writing for the Editorial Page 18. Review Writing 19. Miscellaneous News 2. Headline Writing 21. Pictures 22. Advertisements (i) Types of Advertisements (ii) Typography (iii) Use of Art in Advertisement (iv) Page Make-up and Design (v) Advertising Techniques 23. Role of Media 24. Functions of an Advertising Agency 25. Freedom of the Press (i) History (ii) Limitations (iii) Classification of Press Freedom (iv) Freedom of the Press in India 26. Media and Modern Society 27. Press Laws 28. Censorship 29. Broadcasting Journalism (i) T.V. Technology (ii) T.V. News (iii) T.V. Journalism (iv) Future of Mass Communication 3. History of Journalism (i) British Newspapers (ii) American Press (iii) West Germany Press (iv) East Germany Press (v) The Press in USSR (vi) The Press in China (vii) History of the Press in other Countries 31. The History of Indian Press (i) Before Independence (ii) Since Independence (iii) The Press Council 32. Government Publications and Publicity 33. Role of Radio Broadcasting in India 34. Importance of Television in India 35. Media and Autonomy 36. Films in Printed Pages: 376., Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. New. Now-a-days Journalism is considered as a thought provoking subject all over the world. All the civilised societies and nations evince great interest in the study of Journalism. No doubt, Journalism covers a vast area. The book provides enormous details of various aspects of Journalism in a simple manner so as to fulfil the requirements of the students and the common readers. The study also provides the history of press in major countries of the world in detail. Besides, greater importance has been given to the study of the history of Press and Freedom of Press in India in the book for the benefit of the students of Indian Universities. The book ‘Journalism’ is an encylopaedia in true sense. The book has touched upon every aspect of Journalism in a beautiful manner. The essentials of this subject covering all aspects have been traced from the first chapter to the last chapter in an excellent way. The book will surely be useful not only to the students but also to the academicians and the common readers interested in Journalism.1. Introduction (i) Definition of Journalism (ii) Journalism is an Art (iii) Journalism is a Science (iv) Journalism and Education (v) Principles of Modern Journalism (vi) Journalism is the Fourth Estate (vii) Areas of Journalism (viii) The Criteria of the Good Newspaper (ix) Important Principles of Journalism (x) Ethics of Journalism (xi) Features of Good Journalism (xii) Kinds of Journals (xiii) Press and its Social Responsibility 2. Journalism is a Career (i) Various Aspects (ii) Journalistic Training 3. Newspapers (i) Origin and Development of Newspaper (ii) Functions of a Newspaper (iii) Departments of a Newspaper and their Functions (iv) Ownership of Newspapers (v) Art of the Headline 4. Management Problems 5. News (i) News Worthiness (ii) Kinds of News (iii) News Sources 6. The Editorial Department (i) The Editor (ii) The News Editor (iii) Night News Editor 7. News Agencies (i) Wire Services (National News Agencies) (ii) International News Service (iii) Feature Syndicates (iv) Heads of News Departments 8. Sub-Editing — Its Various Aspects 9. Reporting (i) The Role of a Reporter (ii) Duties of a Reporter (iii) Reporting Departments 1. Basic Requisites of a Journalist 11. The Profile of a Reporter 12. Art of News Writing 13. Some Hints on Language Style 14. Art of Interviewing (i) Kinds of Interview (1) Planned Interview (a) Preparation before Interview (b) Things to be done at the time of Interview (c) Steps to be taken after Interview (2) Unplanned Interview (ii) Telephonic Interview (iii) Do’s and Don’ts in Interviewing (iv) Press Conferences (v) Question-Answer Method 15. Make up of a Newspaper 16. The Printing Process of a Newspaper (i) Printing Department (ii) Printing Technology (iii) Proof Reading 17. Writing for the Editorial Page 18. Review Writing 19. Miscellaneous News 2. Headline Writing 21. Pictures 22. Advertisements (i) Types of Advertisements (ii) Typography (iii) Use of Art in Advertisement (iv) Page Make-up and Design (v) Advertising Techniques 23. Role of Media 24. Functions of an Advertising Agency 25. Freedom of the Press (i) History (ii) Limitations (iii) Classification of Press Freedom (iv) Freedom of the Press in India 26. Media and Modern Society 27. Press Laws 28. Censorship 29. Broadcasting Journalism (i) T.V. Technology (ii) T.V. News (iii) T.V. Journalism (iv) Future of Mass Communication 3. History of Journalism (i) British Newspapers (ii) American Press (iii) West Germany Press (iv) East Germany Press (v) The Press in USSR (vi) The Press in China (vii) History of the Press in other Countries 31. The History of Indian Press (i) Before Independence (ii) Since Independence (iii) The Press Council 32. Government Publications and Publicity 33. Role of Radio Broadcasting in India 34. Importance of Television in India 35. Media and Autonomy 36. Films in Printed Pages: 376., Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2001, Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem for the National Science Foundation, Washington D. C., 1970.. Trans. from the Russian.. Paperback. Very Good. Paperback. Op. Exterior mildly scuffed, otherwise vg+ condition. 264 pp., Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem for the National Science Foundation, Washington D. C., 1970., Moscow: Progress, 1974. "WRITTEN BY A GROUP of Soviet economists, this book covers the main problems of the political economy of capitalism, the main stages in the evolution of the capitalist mode of production, the essence of monopoly capitalism, the place of imperialism in history and the crisis of world imperialism. Special attention is given to current problems of capitalist development: state-monopoly capitalism, the role of the revolution in science and technology in excerbating the social antagonisms of capitalism, the regularities of integration process, the pecularities of modern cycles and crises in capitalist reproduction. The economic aspects of national liberation movements and the new forms of struggle used by the proletariat and other revolutionary forces against the finance oligarchy of imperialism, are dealth with at length. The material is systematised in the form of a textbook." 342pp. First Thus. Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Progress, 1974, Washington, D.C.: Indust. College/Armed Force, 1970. First Edition First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Size=6."x9.5. 6 Figures, 8 Data Tables. (full book description) Indust. College/Armed Force, Washington, D.C., 1970. 1st Edition 1st Printing, VG+, Hard Cover, DJ Not Issued. Size=6."x9.5", 217pgs(Index). 6 Figures, 8 Data Tables. Blue cloth, silver gilt letters. Pages 165-180 have crease at top fore-edge corner margin, o.w. clean, bright and tight. No ink names, tears, chips, foxing, etc. Rest of book in Fine condition. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!, Indust. College/Armed Force, 1970, UK. 2001.. Map, black and white plates, xii + 260pp, bibliography, index, a very good copy in dustjacket. "Roland Challis was the South-East Asia correspondent for the BBC from 1964-69, covering a turbulent period in Indonesia's history. This is his eyewitness account of the volatile political situation in a country still struggling to assert itself as an independent nation. Indonesia is a country that is often seen only through Western eyes and is largely defined by western interests: exploitable resources, client power groups, corruption, ethnic disord, the power of the gun, and aborted democracy. The West has judged Indonesia through the standard tests of aid, trade, investment, political stability and ideology, rather than trying to see it from an Indonesian perspective. After half a century of 'independence' Indonesia is still struggling to assert its identity as a nation, but its ability to do so remains in question. After the Second World War, South East Asia became embroiled in the Cold War between communism and capitalism. The raw material resources of Indonesia were fought over by the old colonial powers and the newcomers like Japan, USA, China and the USSR. 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Faultless Interior Text. Allworth's book is a work thoroughly reseaarched, well written, and insightful. It is a comprehensive and authoritative survey of the cultural history of the Usbeks and Uxbekistan. No other U.S. historian has done so much to promote the study fo Central Asia and the Soviet nationalities. He has investigated and written on ethnic and nationality problems in the Soviet Union, with particular concentration on the peoples of Central Asia, their resistance to Russian and Soviet rule, and the impact of that rule on their society and culture. Contents in 18 Chapters: Ideas of Community, Symbols and Values of Sovereignty, Names and Tribes, Leadership, Ideology and the Literature of Praise, Diplomacy, History, Education, Culture and Religion, Politics, Homeland, Disintegration, Monuments of Trophies, Genealogy, Intelligentsia, Communication, Tradition, and Uzbekness. . First Printing Stated. Trade Paperback. 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Modern Uzbeks

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"An essential work for students of Russia and the Soviet Union."

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1990
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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