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Careers and Jobs in the Media - Kent, Simon
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Careers and Jobs in the Media - Erstausgabe

2006, ISBN: 9780749442477

Taschenbuch, Gebundene Ausgabe, ID: 587151635

Square One Publishers. Paperback. New. Paperback. 192 pages. Dimensions: 6.8in. x 4.1in. x 0.7in.Nutrition is an evolving field, so counseling strategies and dietary plans greatly vary, and many are unsuccessful or simply unrealistic. But there is a strategy that works. It can be summed up in only three words: Writing it down. Whether your goal is to lose weight, manage disease, or simply be healthier, keeping track of what you eat and drink in a journal is an effective way to change your dietary habits and choices for the better. The consistent success of this strategy is the basis for Bite It and Write It, a structured food journal and easy-to-follow nutrition guide developed by four nutritionists who have used the technique in their own counseling practices. The book presents ten healthy goals (one for each week of the journal) and lets you record your daily food consumption, water intake, and physical activity as you work towards them. To help you along the way, the authors supply a wealth of nutritional advice that will empower you to change the way you think about food and become more committed to improving your health. Getting in the habit of writing down what you eat is the beginning of true lifestyle change, and Bite It and Write It makes it possible for you to take this essential first step. Use the daily food logs to track your intake of calories, carbohydrates, sodium, and water; record calorie-burning activities; and reflect on your progress or goals. Learn how to properly plan, prepare, and portion your meals and snacks. Find out how to navigate high-calorie restaurant menus and snack-filled supermarket aisles for healthier options. Consult calorie guides for commonly consumed foods, concession stand snacks, and chain restaurant cuisine. Discover creative ways to replace eating with fun activities--and say goodbye to your days of overeating, emotional eating, and mindless eating. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Square One Publishers, HarperCollins, 2006 Fine condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $24.95. Illustrated with color and black-and-white photos. Tight spine, clean pages. Pages show slight tanning. 212 pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. Writing with the same emotional intensity that distinguishes his news broadcasts, CNN journalist Anderson Cooper describes his powerful personal reaction to the tragic events of 2005 -- a year that brought a tsunami to Asia, escalating violence to Iraq, famine to Africa, and two devastating hurricanes to the United States. From the Publisher Few people have witnessed more scenes of chaos and conflict around the world than Anderson Cooper, whose groundbreaking coverage on CNN has changed the way we watch the news. In this gripping, candid, and remarkably powerful memoir, he offers an unstinting, up-close view of the most harrowing crises of our time, and the profound impact they have had on his life. After growing up on Manhattan's Upper East Side, Cooper felt a magnetic pull toward the unknown, an attraction to the far corners of the earth. If he could keep moving, and keep exploring, he felt he could stay one step ahead of his past, including the fame surrounding his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, and the tragic early deaths of his father and older brother. As a reporter, the frenetic pace of filing dispatches from war-torn countries, and the danger that came with it, helped him avoid having to look too closely at the pain and loss that was right in front of him. But recently, during the course of one extraordinary, tumultuous year, it became impossible for him to continue to separate his work from his life, his family's troubled history from the suffering people he met all over the world. From the tsunami in Sri Lanka to the war in Iraq to the starvation in Niger and ultimately to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and Mississippi, Cooper gives us a firsthand glimpse of the devastation that takes place, both physically and emotionally, when the normal order of things is violently ruptured on such a massive scale. Cooper had been in his share of life-threatening situations before -- ducking fire on the streets of war-torn Sarejevo, traveling on his own to famine-stricken Somalia, witnessing firsthand the genocide in Rwanda -- but he had never seen human misery quite like this. Writing with vivid memories of his childhood and early career as a roving correspondent, Cooper reveals for the first time how deeply affected he has been by the wars, disasters, and tragedies he has witnessed, and why he continues to be drawn to some of the most perilous places on earth. Striking, heartfelt, and utterly engrossing, Dispatches from the Edge is an unforgettable memoir that takes us behind the scenes of the cataclysmic events of our age and allows us to see them through the eyes of one of America's most trusted, fearless, and pioneering reporters.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., HarperCollins, 2006, Scribner, 2003 Near-new condition - Appears unread. Price inside dustcover: $24.00 - NO remainder marks or price clippings. Tight spine - Bright pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 261 pages. FROM THE PUBLISHER Now a Major Motion Picture from Universal Pictures New York Times bestselling author Anthony Swofford weaves his experiences in war with vivid accounts of boot camp, reflections on the mythos of the marines, and remembrances of battles with lovers and family. When the U.S. Marines — or "jarheads" — were sent to Saudi Arabia in 1990 for the first Gulf War, Anthony Swofford was there. He lived in sand for six months, he was punished by boredom and fear, he considered suicide, pulled a gun on a fellow marine, and was targeted by both enemy and friendly fire. And as engagement with the Iraqis drew near, he was forced to consider what it means to be an American, a soldier, a son of a soldier, and a man. FROM THE CRITICS The Los Angeles Times Swofford's book is about the man who feels cheated because the Gulf War was over so quickly, and he was, perhaps, both relieved and horrified. "I am not well," he writes, "but I am not mad." He describes what it was like getting ready for the war, and his book, he wants us to know, "is neither true nor false but what I know." He knows an immense amount as a member of the Surveillance and Target Acquisition Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines. In short, he was a scout-sniper and a good one. Although it might be said snipers are often very peculiar people. — Gloria Emerson The Washington Post Swofford's war ends in a strangely appropriate fashion, as he and a colleague are sent out on a mission far from their battalion. The Iraqi army quits, the fighting stops. And no one remembers the men who have been left out in the desert. That's a story Philip Caputo and James Webb would have understood well. — Chris Bray The New Yorker In 1990, Swofford, a young Marine sniper, went to Saudi Arabia with dreams of vaporizing Iraqi skulls into clouds of "pink mist." As he recounts in this aggressively uninspiring Gulf War memoir, his youthful bloodlust was never satisfied. After spending months cleaning sand out of his rifle -- so feverish with murderous anticipation that he almost blows a buddy's head off after an argument -- Swofford ends up merely a spectator of a lopsided battle waged with bombs, not bullets. The rage the soldiers feel, their hopes of combat frustrated, is "nearly unendurable." Swofford's attempts at brutal honesty sometimes seem cartoonish: "Rape them all, kill them all" is how he sums up his military ethic. He is better at comic descriptions -- gas masks malfunctioning in the desert heat, camels picked off during target practice -- that capture the stupid side of a smart-bomb war. Publishers Weekly A witty, profane, down-in-the-sand account of the war many only know from CNN, this former sniper's debut is a worthy addition to the battlefield memoir genre. There isn't a bit of heroic posturing as Swofford describes the sheer terror of being fired upon by Iraqi troops; the elite special forces warrior freely admits wetting himself once rockets start exploding around his unit's encampment. But the adrenaline of battle is fleeting, and Swofford shows how it's in the waiting that soldiers are really made. With blunt language and bittersweet humor, he vividly recounts the worrying, drinking, joking, lusting and just plain sitting around that his troop endured while wondering if they would ever put their deadly skills to use. As Operation Desert Shield becomes Desert Storm, one of Swofford's fellow snipers-the most macho of the bunch-solicits a hug from each man. "We are about to die in combat, so why not get one last hug, one last bit of physical contact," Swofford writes. "And through the hugs [he] helps make us human again." When they do finally fight, Swofford questions whether the men are as prepared as their commanders, the American public and the men themselves think they are. Swofford deftly uses flashbacks to chart his journey from a wide-eyed adolescent with a family military legacy to a hardened fighter who becomes consumed with doubt about his chosen role. As young soldiers might just find themselves deployed to the deserts of Iraq, this book offers them, as well as the casual reader, an unflinching portrayal of the loneliness and brutality of modern warfare and sophisticated analyses of-and visceral reactions to-its politics. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information. Library Journal In his memoir on life as a U.S. Marine, Swofford starts out by admitting that what he describes "is neither true nor false, but what I know." This is in no sense a chronicle of the Gulf War but instead an interior monolog reflecting Swofford's inner journey from despised childhood to coming of age as an enlisted marine and finally coming somewhat to terms with the man he has become. For Swofford, warfare was the culmination of everything he had experienced, so that his existential narrative hangs on his pivotal nine-month tour of duty. The boredom, frustration, fear, physical exertion, and relentless training all contributed to his sense of self, but in the end he felt capable of backing away from the total absorption of combat to live in the real world. Unfortunately, reconnection with civilian life turned out to be no easier than living in the combat zone. Many libraries may be put off by the book's pervasive sex and profanity, but it is an eloquent depiction of the martial enthusiasm of young men. Recommended for comprehensive military collections.-Edwin B. Burgess, U.S. Army Combined Arms Research Lib., Fort Leavenworth, KS Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information. . Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Scribner, 2003, Spinsters Book Company , 1991 A photo of this book is available. Very-good+, clean copy. Stated First Edition. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. NO remainder marks or clippings. Tight spine. NO writing or tears inside book. Covers are clean, show light wear (NO tears). 194 pages. When Cancer in Two Voices was first published in 1991, one out of every nine women in the U.S was at risk of developing breast cancer. Now, as the second edition of this popular book is released, we learn that the odds of getting breast cancer have increased to one in eight. When her advanced breast cancer was diagnosed in 1985, Barbara Rosenblum realized that she was "only the first" among her friends to get sick. Rosenblum and her lesbian partner, Sandra Butler, resolved to make the most of their remaining years together. One of the things they did was write this book. Butler and Rosenblum's separate diary entries describe the social and emotional, as well as the physical, effects of breast cancer on their lives. This edition includes a new introduction by Butler, in which she writes about finding hope in the midst of this epidemic. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Publishers Weekly: Shifting back and forth between pk the late Rosenblum's and her surviving lover Butler's journal entries and letters, this landmark feminist perspective on breast cancer describes how Rosenblum's malignant cancer was misdiagnosed as benign fibrocystic disease. Even after a correct diagnosis results in a mastectomy and intensive radiation and chemotherapy, the cancer runs rampant through her body. The work is an indictment of the medical profession's casual attitude to women's illness, and also a touching chronicle of two women in their forties grappling intellectually and emotionally with premature death. No detail is spared to describe the appalling effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. But each moment of joy is relished, and Rosenblum notes with black humor how she squeezed out her "foam rubber tit" after swimming. The shared but contrasting Jewishness of Rosenblum, daughter of Holocaust survivors, and Butler, daughter of suburban assimilationists, adds poignancy, as does the image of Butler ( Conspiracy of Silence ) scattering her lover's ashes in her garden. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. . First Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Spinsters Book Company, 1991, Warner Books Inc, 1995 A photo of this book is available. Stated First Edition. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Small remainder mark on bottom (outside page edges). NO price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $22.95. 323 pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. From Publishers Weekly Morrow, renowned essayist and cover-story writer for Time magazine, has crafted a darkly haunting memoir about his heart attacks?the first when he was 36, the second at 53?and their effect on his physical, mental, emotional and spiritual life. He describes the attacks in excruciating detail and explains how they were treated medically and how they changed his behavior and outlook. He discusses his struggle to overcome anger and explains why travel is "the sovereign remedy"; then he recalls journeys to places often associated with anger: Hiroshima, Sarajevo, the Gaza Strip. He recalls his reaction to his father's death and to the deaths of friends and acquaintances, then asks some heavy questions: Is death evil? What makes a person want to live? This memoir courageously exposes Morrow's heart both literally and figuratively. Morrow (Fishing in the Tiber) is senior editor and essayist at Time. Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal: Morrow has written an absorbing memoir that interweaves events surrounding his second heart attack and subsequent bypass surgery with events from his life as a senior writer for Time magazine. He looks at his own inner rage and sees some of the same anger in the people he has covered in the Middle East and Bosnia. This book does not give much detail about the actual subsequent attacks and surgery; it is more a chronicle of the writer's thoughts and feelings at the time and as he looks back on the events. Morrow writes with flair and passion; his evocative words are a pleasure to read. Recommended for all libraries. Rebecca Wondriska, Trinity Coll. Lib., Hartford, Ct. Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near-Fine/Near-Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Warner Books Inc, 1995, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Henry Holt & Company, 1994 A photo of this book is available. Near-fine condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $22.50. Dustcover shows light wear (NO tears). 335 pages. Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. From Publishers Weekly Known for the psychological acuity of his six previous novels and for the short story collection, A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain , for which he won the Pulitzer last year, Butler here moves into new territory. This is a literary novel about the physical chemistry of sensual love, told in lyrical prose via a sensitive narrator who venerates the memories of the many women with whom he has coupled, and who "hears" the whispers of their voices, which are interwoven into the text. At 35, Ira Holloway is a man who lives intensely through his senses; the slightest visual or olfactory stimulation releases sensual memories, which he recollects in a highly charged stream of consciousness. Holloway's sexual experiences go back to his youth in Wabash, Ill., his service in Vietnam, his affairs in Zurich and in New York, where he currently works in public relations. But Holloway is not a conventional, and thereby contemptible, womanizer; he is a man whose eroticism is coupled with a true appreciation of female sexuality and respect for women as individuals. More than a mere litany of sexual unions, the novel is, au fond , the record of Holloway's tormented marriage to a woman in the grip of a religious obsession that accelerates from eccentric to insane, and the anguished decisions he makes for the sake of their son. While the descriptions of erotic love are integral to the plot, the highly charged sensuality, the details of the rising stages of lust and the relentless stream-of-consciousness monologue sometimes grow wearisome. Some may empathize with Holloway when he confesses: "I can become a little overwhelmed by the vast chorus that sings all around me, all the women, their throats throbbing in an Ode to Joy." 75,000 first printing; author tour. Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Butler has already published six novels to subdued response, but his first collection of stories, A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain ( LJ 5/1/92), won the Pultizer Prize. This new novel details the rich, erotic life of Ira Holloway, an ordinary 40-year-old guy. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. . Hard Cover. Near-Fine/Near-Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Henry Holt & Company, 1994, Sourcebooks Inc, 2005 Like-new condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 356 pages. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. In the blistering summer of 1861, President Lincoln began pressuring and ordering the physical shutdown of any Northern newspaper that voiced opposition to the war. These attacks were sometimes carried out by soldiers, sometimes by angry mobs under cover of darkness. Either way, the effect was a complete dismantling of the free press. In the midst stood publisher John Hodgson, an angry bigot so hated that a local newspaper gleefully reported his defeat in a bar fight. He was also firmly against Lincoln and the war--an opinion he expressed loudly through his newspaper. When his press was destroyed, first by a mob, then by U.S. Marshals upon authority of the President of the United States, Hodgson decided to take on the entire United States. Thus began a trial in which one small-town publisher risked imprisonment or worse, and the future of free speech hung in the balance. Based on 10 years of original research, Lincoln's Wrath brings to life one of the most gripping, dramatic and unknown stories of U.S. history.. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Sourcebooks Inc, 2005, Addison-Wesley, 1996 Near-new condition.. Stated Fourth Printing. Price inside dustcover: $23.00 - 318 pages - Illustrated.Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Previous owner's name label in book front on blank page (Diane G. Ryals). Annotation Incl. the highly sensitive child/the self-absorbed child/ the defiant child/the inattentive child/the aggressive child From the Publisher Most children fall into five basic personality types that stem from inborn physical characteristics: the sensitive child, the self-absorbed child, the defiant child, the inattentive child, and the active/aggressive child. Stanley Greenspan, M.D., is the first to show parents how to match their parenting to the challenges of their particular child. He identifies and vividly describes these five universal temperaments and then, with great empathy, shows parents how each of these children actually experiences the world and how to use daily childrearing to enhance an individual child's strengths and talents. From The Critics Library Journal In his latest book, Greenspan (psychiatry, behavioral science, and pediatrics, George Washington Univ. Medical Sch.) proposes methods for dealing with challenging children that focus on using both "nature" (the inborn temperament of the child) and "nurture" (the impact of the child's environment). Following an opening discussion of stages of child development, Greenspan devotes subsequent chapters to each of five types of special children: the highly sensitive, the self-absorbed, the defiant, the inattentive, and the active/ aggressive. Through use of case examples, he helps parents to identify and understand problem behaviors, to develop a plan to deal with that behavior, and to find the keys to help a difficult child cope. Both those who work with difficult children and their parents and any parent seeking to enhance his or her relationship with a child will find much useful advice here. Recommended for parenting collections in public and undergraduate libraries.-Kay Brodie, Chesapeake Coll., Wye Mills, Md. . Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Vincent, Billie D. (photographs). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Addison-Wesley, 1996, HarperCollins, 1992 Near-new condition. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Tight spine, clean pages. Illustrated with photos. 210 pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. From Publishers Weekly Henderson has stolen more bases than any other player in the history of American baseball, and has proven himself a skillful slugger too. He actively promotes his public image with a mouth that moves as fast as his feet. Here sports journalist Shea doesn't slow him down any. On the first pitch, Henderson defends his "hot dog" persona, styling himself as an "entertainer" who plays to win. Short, choppy sentences carry readers on a quick, predictable tour of Henderson's baseball career from the boyhood ball fields of Oakland, Calif., through the minor leagues to the Oakland Athletics, the New York Yankees and, ultimately, the Athletics again. Covering little controversial material, Henderson pays tribute to his mother (he never knew his father) and focuses on players and managers he respects (e.g., Don Mattingly, the late Billy Martin, Dave Winfield). Fans will revel in this book; others might more enjoyably watch Henderson on the field. Photos not seen by PW. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Rickey Henderson is the premier base stealer in baseball history and ranks among the most complete ballplayers of all time. To many, he is also the prototype of today's spoiled, overpaid athlete. Readers of this book will discover a different Henderson, one who learned tenacity from a mother raising seven children alone, who remains close to boyhood friends, who gives back quietly to his community, and who works continually to stay on top in the most physically demanding aspect of baseball. The brashness that makes him successful on the field makes him appear arrogant off the field. Years from now, when utility infielders are earning more than Henderson, we'll be telling our kids he was the best player we ever saw. Recommended for all sports collections. - Dan Bogey, Clearfield Cty. P.L. Federation, Curwensville, Pa.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall., HarperCollins, 1992, Times Books, 1989 Near-fine condition. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $17.95. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 275 pages. Tight spine, bright pages. Publishers Weekly Crystalline, impassioned and astutely self-knowing, Blakely's memoir recalls the events surrounding her nine-day coma in March 1984 at the age of 36. Although she was suffering simultaneously from diabetes and a severe pulmonary infection, she convincingly argues that her coma was triggered by undue stress--guilt and grief over an impending divorce; the suicide of a beloved, schizophrenic brother; the travails of meeting editorial deadlines and financial needs as a freelance journalist; and her brutal commute between a lover and career based in New York City and two young sons in Ann Arbor, Mich. While comatose, the author says, ``sounds and voices I identified as real actions, real people, would suddenly melt into the bizarre plots and characters of surreal dreams.'' Although her recapping of popular movies and J. D. Salinger's fiction proves pedestrian, on the whole Blakely inspires, with a flood of rich musings on her embrace of feminism and disaffection with Catholicism; the transience of sanity; the ethics of the writerly craft; the indignities and loneliness of illness; and the ever-emphatic love of the Blakely clan. First serial to Redbook; author tour. (July) Library Journal In 1984, Blakely spent nine days in the Intensive Care Unit at New York City's St. Vincent's Hospital in a diabetic coma. These nine days were--apparently--spent reviewing key moments and relationships in her life: her childhood and adolescence in a large and loving family; love for a manic-depressive brother, who eventually committed suicide; marriage, childbirth, and ``creative'' divorce; growing feminism; work as a freelance writer; move to New York; and relationship with a strong, supportive man. ``It was a passionate psychological journey, uncovering old, unextinguished yearnings. When I awakened, I gradually discovered that the life planned by the woman I had been no longer fit the woman I'd become.'' (All comas should be so productive!) Whether Blakely actually had these insights during the coma itself or during reflection in the months that followed, many contemporary women will identify with her struggles and applaud her physical and emotional courage.-- Marcia G. Fuchs, Guilford Free Lib., Ct. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near-Fine/Near-Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Times Books, 1989, Avon Books, 1993 A photo of this book is available. Very-good condition. NO writing or tears inside book - Illustrated - 383 pages. Tight spine, clean pages. Pages show light tanning. From Publishers Weekly: In 1988 in a playful article in the journal Nature , astrophysicists Joseph Silk and James Peebles "made book" on the then-current theories that might explain the Big Bang's missing mass. Given the huge gaps in theoretical astronomy that remain, theirs was not an unreasonable approach . In her much longer exegesis, science writer Bartusiak ( Thursday's Universe ) finds no odds-on winner, either. She offers a lively review of astronomers' struggle to find the stuff of the universe since Hubble. Sidelights on the quirks in the personal lives of 19th-century astronomers (the author is more discreet in her profiles of the living) interrupt the time line of the science. With the number of portraits and interviews here, the book would have been as appropriately subtitled Lives of the Astronomers. Illustrated.: Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. Product Description: An intoxicating saga of humanity's quest for knowledge of the universe's composition, from ancient Greece through Copernicus, Newton, and Einstein, and up to today's cutting edge scientists, this book is both a compelling history and an engrossing adventure. "Excellent."--Astronomy. . Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Avon Books, 1993, Warner Books Inc, 1996 Near-new condition. Stated First Printing. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4. Price inside dustcover: $19.95. NO price clippings or remainder mark. Tight spine, bright pages. 272 pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 272 pages. From the Publisher Millions watch it. Billions are spent on it. Yet few fans know what life is really like in the NFL. Now an eight-year veteran of the game and a rising sports media superstar reveals - for the first time - the pathos, the horror, the abuses, and the wonder of the sport they call professional football. Fame and fortune, satisfaction, and thrills define the dream of playing in the NFL. But there's a dark side to that dream. And no one knows it better than Tim Green, former defensive end for the Atlanta Falcons, a featured color analyst for Fox Sports, and National Public Radio's weekly NFL commentator. Unreported things happen during the season when the player is on the field - and on the sidelines and in the locker rooms. Unreported things also happen during the 149 days of the year when the player is not on the field. All of it takes its toll on the human body and spirit. In professional football, there is a price and it must be paid. Here's the play-by-play the NFL powers-that-be don't want you to know: the futility of training camp - and the outrageous lengths players go to get out of it; the paradoxes of pain protection - goodbye padding, hello drugs; the untold war inside every team between the offensive and defensive squads; the truth about groupies and NFL players; the thriving perfect partnership between the mob and the NFL; what the salary cap really is - and why players hate it; the best - and worst - places to play in the NFL; and the score on racism, AIDS, gambling, steroids, and life after football. From The Critics Publishers Weekly A former player for the Atlanta Falcons and now a TV broadcaster on the Fox network, Green (Titans) has an enduring love for football, but that does not prevent his seeing the unlovelier aspects of the sport. Chief among them are the physical tolls the game exacts: every player, he stresses, suffers discomfort in every game of every season. The injuries are usually temporary but are sometimes permanently disabling, including concussions (Green had 12 during his career). There are the hardships of training camps and exhibition games, which sap athletes' energies even before the regular season starts, violent players and team doctors who urge even wounded players to stay on the field. Enemies may be teammates, since offensive and defensive units each have special bonds. Other obstacles include performance drugs, artificial turf, rowdy fans and the media, resented because reporters have never played pro football and, in Green's view, don't know what they are writing about. The author also provides insights into good and bad venues, superstitions, agents and the realities of play: "If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'." Eye-opening for grid fans. Available as a Time Warner AudioBook. (Aug.) Library Journal Green, an author (Titans, LJ 10/15/94), former pro football player, and color commentator for Fox's football broadcasts, here exposes the NFL's worst secrets regarding steroid use, gambling, and racism. Kirkus Reviews Ex-jock and TV commentator and novelist (Titans, 1994, etc.) Green offers a mostly cautious and apologetic look at the behind- the-scenes world of pro football. Green offers many stories about a whole raft of ills plaguing the sport he loves—such as AIDS, drugs, and violence. But rather than study the problems in a detailed manner and propose solutions shaped by his unique vantage point, he dismisses many kinds of indiscretions by players, coaches, reporters (and even referees) as mere examples of "boys being boys." He admits that, yes, as a result of football's ever-present physical pounding and psychological pressure, even he used and misused painkilling drugs and sleep aids "but nowhere to the point of abuse." Other examples of pulled punches include a mash piece to the widely disliked coach Jerry Glanville. He admits that individual and institutional racism still exist in the NFL; he insists that groupies aren't as common as we believe them to be (and, besides, he asks, what kind of guy would want to go out with a groupie, anyway?). Green is more persuasive in describing the day-to-day toll the game exacted from his body, although his description waffles between the pedantic and the folksy. But when he chooses a safe target (as, for instance, the league's arcane and silly uniform policy), Green really lets loose, and the results are truly amusing. Green the football raconteur is tempted to bite the hand that fed him but Green the television sports commentator doesn't seem to want to draw blood. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Warner Books Inc, 1996, New York, New York, U.S.A.: Doubleday, 1994 Near-new condition. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 528 pages. From Publishers Weekly In this higly unorthodox attempt to fold theology into physics, Tipler, a Tulane professor of mathematical physics, uses quantum mechanics, information theory, modern mathematics and physics in an effort to prove the existence of God, an afterlife, heaven, purgatory and the physical resurrection of the dead. Borrowing French Jesuit paleontologist Teilhard de Chardin's concept of God as the "Omega Point," an omniscient person "on the boundary of all future time," Tipler pursues a reductionist approach. The human soul, he says, is a "software" program run on the brain's "hardware." This paradoxically leads him to embrace free will and a loving God, who will one day resurrect us all, though "whether we shall be raised is separate from the question of whether we shall be granted eternal life after being raised." Along with technical and mathematical sections of this demanding treatise, readers will find diverse material on interstellar rocket probes, Jewish messianism, the deism of America's Founding Fathers and concepts of immortality in the world's major faiths. Illustrations. Library of Science and Astronomy Book Club main selections; Reader's Subscription and Natural Science Book Club alternates; QPB selection; author tour. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Library Journal Expect to hear a great deal about this book, which will be boosted through major advertising and a 13-city author tour. Tipler, a professor of mathematical physics at Tulane, presents a scientific argument for the existence of God. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall., Doubleday, 1994, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1974. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 55, Supplement, Spring 1974) Book has light wrinkling on the edges and corners, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America is published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. In addition, beginning in 1974, meeting programs of the Acoustical Society will be published twice each year as supplements to the Journal. Program of the 87th Meeting. Statler-Hilton Hotel New York City 23-26 April 1974.. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1974, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1970. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 47, No. 5, (Part 2) May 1970) Book has wrinkling, chipping and wear on the spine, chipping and wear on the back top and top of the first page, some soiling on the front top and next few pages and top of the last page, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Asymptotic Analysis of the Modes of Wave Propagation in a Solid Cylinder (J.D. Achenbach and S.J. Fang); Wave Attenuation in Saturated Sediments (Robert D. Stoll and George M. Bryan); Evaluation of Rayleigh's Hypothesis in Low-Frequency Vibrating Diffusion Flames (B.E.L. Deckker and P. Sampath).... Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1970, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1970. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 47, No. 1, (Part 2) January 1970) Book has wrinkling on the spine, small tear on the front top, some light crease on the corners and some edges, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Ultrasonic-Absorption and Sound-Speed Data for Nine Liquids at High Pressure (Stephen Hawley, John Allegra, and Gerald Holton); Doppler Characteristics of a Sonar Signal Propagating through an Anisotropic Medium whose Index of Refraction is a Function of Time (Laurent A. Broca); Theoretical Analysis of Compressor Noise (M.V. Lowson).... Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1970, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1969. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 46, No. 1, (Part 2) July 1969) Book has crack/tear on the lower spine, wrinkling on some edges and corners, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: The Physics of Flow Noise (R. Bruce Lindsay); Sound Velocity and Absorption in Low-Pressure Gases Confined to Tubes of Circular Cross Section (F. Douglas Shields and Jerry Faughn); Asymmetries in Cylindrical Waveguides (G.Z. Forristall and J.D. Ingram).... Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1969, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1970. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 51, No. 1, (Part 2) January 1972) Book has wrinkling on the spine, chipping on the spine edges, small chip on the upper right of the last page, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Intensity Distribution of Light Upon Reflection from Surface Waves (Robert J. Hallermeier and Walter G. Mayer); Vibration and Stability of a Uniformaly Curved Tube Conveying Fluid (Shoei-sheng Chen); Exact Solutions for the Response of Some Coupled Multimodal Systems (Huw G. Davies).... Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1970, New York: Simon and Schuster,, 1955,. First printing. hardcover. Very Good. New York: Simon and Schuster,, 1955,. First printing. hardcover. Very Good/good. Octavo, 146 pages. "This book is about two related subjects: atomic weapons and the relationship between science and the wider culture of our times. It is made up of eight lectures given by J. Robert Oppenheimer during the decade since the end of the war. It contains none of his technical writing in the field of physics. Some of the material has never been published before; most of it has been printed only in journals of limited circulation." Dust jacket rubbed, price-clipped. 042407A, Simon and Schuster, 1955, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1971. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 50, No. 5, (Part 2) November 1971) Book has some chipping on the lower spine, some chipping and wear on the sides near the spine, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Fifty Years of Ferroelectricity (Warren P. Mason); Kinematics of Wide-Band Field Sensing by Extended Sensors in Motion (Ewald Eichler); Sampling Statistics for a Cylindrical Mode (Richard Waterhouse and Chi-Shing Chien).... Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1971, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1972. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 52, No. 3, (Part 2) September 1972) Book has some wear and chipping on the spine, edges and sides, two inch tear with chipping on the back top right side and from page 1045 to the last page, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Atmospheric Absorption of Sound: Analytical Expressions (H.E. Bass, H.J. Bauer, and L.B. Evans); Forced Harmonic and Random Vibrations of Concentric Cylindrical Shells Immersed in Acoustic Fluids (Edward B. Magrab and Courtney Burroughs); Reflection of Pulses at the Interface between an Elastic Rod and an Elastic Half-Space (S. Boucher and H. Kolsky).... Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1972, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1972. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 51, No. 5, (Part 1) May 1972) Book has wrinkling on the spine, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. This issue contains articles by J.L. Flanagan; Benjamin B. Bauer and Alfred L. DMattia; Robert G. McIntyre, Thomas G. Barnes, and Eddie W. Chew; James C. Yu and Darshan S. Dosanjh; B.D. Mugridge and C.L. Morfey; M.J. Benzakein; Ulrich Bolleter and Malcolm J. Crocker; L.S. Wirt; G. Krishnappa; C.J. Moore.. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1972, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1967. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 41, No. 4, (Part 2) April 1967) Book has wrinkling on the spine, chip on the front bottom right corner, some light crease on the back top left corner, lightly bumped on the top corners opposite the spine, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise very good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Analysis of Multiterminal Piezoelectric Plates (Richard Holland); Determination of the Geometry of the Human Vocal Tract by Acoustic Measurements (M.R. Schroeder); Some Materials for Ultrasonic Transducer Bonding at Cryogenic Temperatures (T.B. Bateman).... Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1967, New York: Atheneum, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Publisher's dated slip and author photograph (b&w) laid in. Divided into three parts; the first surveys certain poles of human emotion and response, part two features the author's intimate journal, part three celebrates the limits of human physical pleasure., Atheneum, 1990, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1973. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 54, No. 1, July 1973) Book has some wrinkling on the spine, edges and sides, bumped with wrinkling and crease on the bottom corners opposite the spine, 1.5" tear with chipping on the back top right side and from page 331 to the last page, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Temporal effects in frequency discrimination by hearing-impaired listeners (Roy W. Gengel); Perceptions of personality from speech: effects of manipulations of acoustical parameters (Bruce L. Brown, WIlliam J. Strong, and Alvin C. Rencher); Sprectral broadening of an acoustic pulse propagating through turbulence (E.H. Brown and S.F. Clifford).... Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1973, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Raven Press, Publishers, 1973 Journal. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo. NO Dust Jacket. Has or May Have all standard Library markings, pocket, labels, stamps, wear and soil to covers. CLEAN TEXT! Thank you for your purchase from Sunset Books! Help Promote World Literacy, GIVE a Book as a GIFT!! In stock, Ships from Ohio. Will not fit in Flat Rate Priority Mail envelope. USPS Variable Rate applies for Domestic or International. WE COMBINE SHIPPING ON MULTIPLE PURCHASES!!!! SEE PICTURES!!!!! ANY ODD/GREEN TONES ON THE SCANS ARE CAUSED BY MY SCANNER!! All of our Technical/Textbook/Ex-Library volumes were obtained legally through Public or Auction sales. This volume was purchased through DMRO from the Wright-Patterson Technical Library in the late 1990's. The Copyright date is 1973 for this Printing.., Raven Press, Publishers, 1973, New York: American Institute of Physics, 1967. AF1 - The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 41, No. 4, (Part 1) April 1967) Book has some chipping, tear and peeling on the lower spine, moderate chipping and wear on the front left side and some on the back right side, some wrinkling and crease on the back top and back top left corner and inside pages, small bump on the bottom, some stain on the front top, moderate discoloration (browning), and shelf wear otherwise good. Published monthly by the American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America. Here are some of the articles in this issue: Evaluation of the Performance of Active Sonar Receivers (James F. Bartram); Frequency Discrimination in Noise (G. Bruce Henning); Analysis of Musical Instrument Tones (Peter D. Weston, Roy W. Gengel, and Ira J. Hirsh).... Paperback. Good/No Jacket as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., American Institute of Physics, 1967, Secker & Warburg, 1992. Paperback. 3. Paperback in average to good condition, pages yellowing and some bumping to cover. 1992 Secker & Warburg. From Publishers Weekly - With nightmarish accuracy and bleak wit, this first novel a Literary Guild selection in cloth chronicles the traumatic hospitalization of an anorexic 25-year-old graduate student. From Library Journal - After lengthy treatment at an eating disorder clinic, Josie, a 25-year-old anorexic victim weighing 67 pounds, confesses that she "never planned to disappear." Escalating self-degradation prompts her to seek perfection by starving her body at the vulnerable age of 16. She adopts fashion magazines and diet books as her mentors and seeks nirvana through their shallow promises. Absorbed in their own marital problems, Josie's parents fail to acknowledge their daughter's plight. Off at college, Josie isolates herself and devotes her life to exercise and starvation to become the quintessential woman who is never thin enough. Having lost all rational sense, Josie becomes dysfunctional. In a visceral, haunting account of the horrors of anorexia, Shute chillingly explores society's manic obsession with being a perfect size. For Shute, Life-Size is a splendid first novel. For readers, it is a compelling account of the psychological and physical torment experienced by anorexic victims who may not survive. Highly recommended. Literary Guild selection. - . ISBN 0-436-47278-3 0436472783., Secker & Warburg, 1992, Vintage Uk, 1993. Paperback. 3. Paperback internally good but some creasing to cover. From Publishers Weekly This fourth effort from British writer Winterson ( Sexing the Cherry ) is a high-concept erotic novelette, a Vox for the postmarital crowd. The narrator, a lifelong philanderer ("I used to think marriage was a plate-glass window just begging for a brick"), has fallen in love with Louise, a pre-Raphaelite beauty. Louise is unhappily married to a workaholic cancer researcher, so the narrator leads her into a sexually combative affair. This scenario seems obvious enough, but Winterson never reveals whether the narrator is male or female. Rather, she teases readers out of their expectations about women and men and romance: Louise calls the narrator "the most beautiful creature male or female that I have ever seen," and the narrator observes, "I thought difference was rated to be the largest part of sexual attraction but there are so many things about us that are the same." When the narrator breaks off the affair after learning that Louise has cancer only her husband can cure her the work turns into a eulogy for lost love. Winterson manipulates gender expertly here, but her real achievement is her manipulation of genre : the capacious first-person narration, now addressed to the reader, now to the lover, enfolds aphorisms, meditations on extracts from an anatomy textbook, and essayistic riffs on science, virtual reality and the art of fiction ("I don't want to reproduce, I want to create something entirely new"). "It's as if Louise never existed," the narrator observes, "like a character in a book. Did I invent her?" One wonders, as Winterson intends, and then wonders some more. For Louise and the narrator's love for her never seems quite real; in this cold-hearted novel love itself, however eloquently expressed, is finally nothing more than a product of the imagination. From Library Journal Like Andre Breton's dizzying poem, "Ma Femme a la chevelure de feu de bois" ("my woman with her belly like the unfolding fan of days/... My woman with her swan's back buttocks"), the narrator of Winterson's ( Sexing the Cherry , LJ 2/15/90) new novel relentlessly celebrates the beauty of a beloved woman's body but the trick here is that we do not know whether the narrator is a man or a woman. The story is minimal and not altogether original: a corrusive sensualist experiences many women but finally becomes obsessed with one, stealing her from her husband, only to discover that she has been guarding a terrible secret: she is threatened by a terminal illness. The fascination is the lush, plush language and the way two aspects of the physical passion and bodily decay are delicately interwoven. Not to everyone's taste, but serious readers and sensualists will enjoy., Vintage Uk, 1993, 1847. New Illustrated Booklet. The early days of Middlesex County, NJ, and its various communities -- Bonhamtown, Cranberry, Matouchin, Monroe, New Brunswick, New Market (Quibbletown), North Brunswick, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, South Amboy, South Brunswick, Uniontown, Washington, and Woodbridge -- are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this New 54 Page Booklet reprinted from two hard to find books: the 1847 edition of John Warner Barber and Henry Howe's Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey and New Jersey, a Guide to Its Present and Past, a WPA project published in 1939. The spiral-bound booklet is printed on 60# paper, with the fine print enlarged for easier reading. A sheet of clear vinyl has been added to protect the front cover. The Howe/Barber history covers the development of this area until about 1844, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glympse from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and varied topics in the booklet are: Early Settlers; Physical Description of the Land; Selection of Ambo Point as a City Site; Various Church Histories; Boyhood Memories of William Dunlap (painter and author) regarding Slavery and British Soldiers; History of Rutger's College (formerly Queens College); "Prigmore's Swamp"; British Account of the Evacuation of New Brunswick in 1777; Capt. Adam Hyler and Capt. Marriner, Whaleboat Privateers; William Lyon's Bloody Feet, John Schureman's War Adventures and other Revolutionary War Stories; William Paterson, who helped frame the US Constitution; Bio of Gen. 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The media attracts a large number of school leavers and graduates each year ¿ 24,000 people work in broadcast television and 23,000 in radio alone. Careers and Jobs in the Media covers a wide range of job opportunities and looks at the different sectors within this wide ranging industry. It includes crucial information on how to get a job in journalism, publishing, broadcast media (TV and Radio), film and new media. Each sector is described in detail with information on the structure of the industry, occupational areas, allied professions and how to get started. Packed with case studies, top tips, details of training courses, and a useful directory of contacts, it is a vital introduction to this increasingly popular industry.

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