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Watching The Watchmen

Author : Dave Gibbons
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132225892
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
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Enjoy the ultimate companion to a comics masterpiece, as award-winning artist Gibbons gives his own account of the genesis of "Watchmen" and opens his vast personal archives to reveal never-published pages, original character designs, page thumbnails, sketches, and more.
Category: Comic books, strips, etc

Who S Watching The Watchmen

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on TARP, Financial Services, and Bailouts of Public and Private Programs
ISBN : UCSD:31822038357448
Genre : Consumer protection
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Category: Consumer protection

Magic Words

Author : Lance Parkin
ISBN : 9781781310779
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Moore's graphic novels have inspired a number of Hollywood adaptations, including V for Vendetta, Watchmen and From Hell.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Aid On The Edge Of Chaos

Author : Ben Ramalingam
ISBN : 9780191503443
Genre : Business & Economics
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Many agree that the foreign aid system - which today involves virtually every nation on earth - needs drastic change. But there is much conflict as to what should be done. In Aid on the Edge of Chaos, Ben Ramalingam argues that what is most needed is the creative and innovative transformation of how aid works. Foreign aid today is dominated by linear, mechanistic ideas that emerged from early twentieth century industry, and are ill-suited to the world we face today. The problems and systems aid agencies deal with on a daily basis have more in common with ecosystems than machines: they are interconnected, diverse, and dynamic; they cannot be just simply re-engineered or fixed. Outside of aid, social scientists, economists, business leaders, and policy makers have started applying innovative and scientific approaches to such problems, informed by ideas from the 'new science' of complex adaptive systems. Inspired by these efforts, aid practitioners and researchers have started experimenting with such approaches in their own work. This book showcases the experiences, insights, and often remarkable results of innovative thinkers and practitioners who are working to bring these approaches into the mainstream of aid. From transforming child malnutrition to rethinking economic growth, from building peace to reversing desertification, from rural Vietnam to urban Kenya, the ideas of complex systems thinking are starting to be used to make foreign aid more relevant, more appropriate, and more catalytic. Aid on the Edge of Chaos argues that such ideas and approaches should play a vital part of the transformation of aid. Aid should move from being an imperfect post-World War II global resource transfer system, to a new form of global cooperation that is truly fit for the twenty-first century.
Category: Business & Economics


Author : Roz Kaveney
ISBN : 9780857717160
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Modern myths, cheap trash or the objects of fetishist desire? Most people know something about Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and Wonder Woman, even if what they know is heavily filtered through film and television versions, rather than the comics in which they first appeared. Yet, even though the continuity of the DC and Marvel Comics universes rival or surpass in size almost anything else in Western culture, surprisingly little attention has been paid to comics, which we were supposed to grow out of. In 'Superheroes!', acclaimed cultural commentator Roz Kaveney argues that this is a mistake, that, at their best, superhero comics are a form in which some writers and artists are doing fascinating work, not in spite of their chosen form, but because of it. 'Superheroes!' discusses the slow accretion of comics universes from the thirties to the present day, the ongoing debate within the conventions of the superhero comic about whether superheroes are a good thing and the discussion within the comics fan community of the extent to which superhero comics are disfigured by misogyny and sexism. Roz Kaveney attempts to explain the differences between Marvel and DC, the notion of the floating present ( or why Spider-Man, fifteen when he adopted the costume, is still only in his early thirties), and the various attempts by both companies to re-invent and re-boot individual characters and their entire continuity universes. She also looks at the influence of comics on the group of film and television screenwriters she calls 'the fanboy creators', all of whom moonlight as comics script writers, using Joss Whedon as her case study, and examines the adaptation of well-known comics into large-budget feature films, not always to the advantage of the material.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Yale Law Journal Volume 121 Number 8 June 2012

Author : Yale Law Journal
ISBN : 9781610279352
Genre : Law
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This issue of The Yale Law Journal (the 8th issue of Volume 121, academic year 2011-2012) features articles and essays by several notable scholars. Principal contributors include leading scholars in their fields. Contributions includes articles by Ian Ayers on opt-out provisions and an economic theory of rule-altering and by James Greiner and Cassandra Pattanayak on randomized evaluation in legal assistance, as well as an essay by Joshua Wright on the dichotomy between antitrust policy and consumer protection. Student work explores discovery law after recent changes in pretrial dismissal standards, a proposal for a fair mandatory arbitration scheme, fair notice provisions, and corporate purposes in light of the Craigslist-eBay litigation. This is the final issue for volume 121, the June 2012 issue.
Category: Law

Parliamentary Papers

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044106543762
Genre : Great Britain
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Watching Over Hong Kong

Author : Sheilah E. Hamilton
ISBN : 9789622099005
Genre : History
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In this pioneering study, Sheilah Hamilton shows that, from the earliest days of British rule, the colonial administration introduced harsh legislation to control Chinese watchmen who were employed to protect the fledgling colony's property in the absence of an effective public police force. She examines the growth in different Hong Kong Government departments of what would now be regarded as 'hybrid' police and argues that the existence of such posts within the civil service resulted in greater social control of the local Chinese community at minimal extra expense. Amongst the topics of private security explored are: the impact of the few private security personnel engaged by local Chinese organizations such as the Nam Pak Hong, Tung Wah Hospital and Po Leung Kuk; the evolution of the District Watch Force from a force engaged in purely local security duties to an arm of the Hong Kong Government involved in non-security matters such as controversial sanitary inspections; and the unique system of village guards and scouts in the New Territories. A particular focus is the early maritime security problems and the internal security forces of Hong Kong's shipping companies. A final chapter compares the situation in Hong Kong and explores the similarities and differences with Shanghai during the period.
Category: History