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The Silent Language

Author : Edward Twitchell Hall
ISBN : UOM:39015066437388
Genre : Intercultural communication
File Size : 90.27 MB
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Category: Intercultural communication

The Hidden Dimension

Author : Edward Twitchell Hall
ISBN : 0844665525
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 67.28 MB
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An examination of various cultural concepts of space and how differences among them affect modern society. Introducing the science of "proxemics," Hall demonstrates how man's use of space can affect personal business relations, cross-cultural exchanges, architecture, city planning, and urban renewal.
Category: Philosophy

Beyond Culture

Author : Edward Twitchell Hall
ISBN : 9780385124744
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 83.34 MB
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Calls for and speculates on an extensive transcendence of individual cultures, of material and verbal extensions of the ego, and of the alienating denial of individual talents and powers
Category: Social Science

The Dance Of Life

Author : Edward Twitchell Hall
ISBN : 9780385192484
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 25.65 MB
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Looks at how time is consciously and unconsciously structured in various cultures and how time has been experienced by humans from prehistoric times to the present
Category: Social Science

An Anthropology Of Everyday Life

Author : Edward Twitchell Hall
ISBN : 038523743X
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 79.2 MB
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The extraordinary life of the internationally renowned anthropologist whose groundbreaking studies have enabled hundreds of thousands of people around the world to better understand cultural differences and achieve greater harmony.
Category: Social Science

The Fourth Dimension In Architecture

Author : Mildred Reed Hall
ISBN : 0865340331
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 87.93 MB
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This study of how the architecture of a building influences the people who work in it is of interest to architects, behavioralists, and management personnel as well as fans of architecture in general. Mildred Reed Hall and Edward T. Hall founded Edward T. Hall Associates and together consulted and wrote books and articles in the fields of environmental and urban affairs, international business and intercultural and interpersonal relations.
Category: Architecture

Silent Messages

Author : Albert Mehrabian
ISBN : UVA:X001757828
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 78.3 MB
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Category: Psychology

Boundaries In Psychotherapy

Author : Ofer Zur
ISBN : UOM:39015069349481
Genre : Medical
File Size : 45.28 MB
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A psychologist, instructor, and consultant based in northern California, Zur explores issues about boundaries in the relationship between therapists and clients, which he points out is different from family, sexual, or friendship relationships. Among his topics are a decision-making process for boundary crossing and dual relationships, touch in the
Category: Medical

Silent Sparks

Author : Sara Lewis
ISBN : 9781400880317
Genre : Nature
File Size : 70.43 MB
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For centuries, the beauty of fireflies has evoked wonder and delight. Yet for most of us, fireflies remain shrouded in mystery: How do fireflies make their light? What are they saying with their flashing? And what do fireflies look for in a mate? In Silent Sparks, noted biologist and firefly expert Sara Lewis dives into the fascinating world of fireflies and reveals the most up-to-date discoveries about these beloved insects. From the meadows of New England and the hills of the Great Smoky Mountains, to the rivers of Japan and mangrove forests of Malaysia, this beautifully illustrated and accessible book uncovers the remarkable, dramatic stories of birth, courtship, romance, sex, deceit, poison, and death among fireflies. The nearly two thousand species of fireflies worldwide have evolved in different ways—and while most mate through the aerial language of blinking lights, not all do. Lewis introduces us to fireflies that don't light up at all, relying on wind-borne perfumes to find mates, and we encounter glow-worm fireflies, whose plump, wingless females never fly. We go behind the scenes to meet inquisitive scientists who have dedicated their lives to understanding fireflies, and we learn about various modern threats including light pollution and habitat destruction. In the last section of the book, Lewis provides a field guide for North American fireflies, enabling us to identify them in our own backyards and neighborhoods. This concise, handy guide includes distinguishing features, habits, and range maps for the most commonly encountered fireflies, as well as a gear list. A passionate exploration of one of the world's most charismatic and admired insects, Silent Sparks will inspire us to reconnect with the natural world.
Category: Nature