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Thu Oct 16 18:00:15 2014 UTClccn-n992594500.00an intimate history of Britain in front of the TV0.421.00The sound of memory : prefrontal lateralization during encoding of verbal and nonverbal sounds /85080140Joe_Moran_(social_historian)n 992594505090940lccn-n79018616Updike, Johnlccn-n81121869Acker, Kathy1948-1997lccn-n79059951DeLillo, Donlccn-n79125808Roth, Philipnc-academic libraryAcademic Librarync-california state college san bernardino$the art galleryCalifornia State College, San BernardinoThe Art Gallerynp-fajon, patricijaFajon, Patricijatrlviaf-9962843Collins, Jeannc-sigma delta chi$texas southern universitySigma Delta ChiTexas Southern Universitync-dartmouth college$linguistics and cognitive science programDartmouth CollegeLinguistics and Cognitive Science ProgramMoran, Joe1970-Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryExhibition catalogsPopular cultureAmerican literatureUnited StatesCelebritiesAuthors and readersUpdike, JohnRoth, PhilipDeLillo, DonArt appreciationAcker, Kathy,Canon (Literature)Interdisciplinary approach in educationEnglish literature--Study and teachingCivilization, ModernGreat BritainSociology, UrbanManners and customsRoadsTelevision broadcasting--Social aspectsTelevision broadcastingInterdisciplinary approach to knowledgeApplied anthropologyCulturePrintsSocial work educationLiterature and danceCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)Avant-garde (Music)IrelandInspirationIndians of North America--WarsSocial policyModern dance--Psychological aspectsModern danceAmerican poetry--African American authorsDance--Production and directionChoreographyHuman geographyHuman ecologySocial changeQuality of lifeCost and standard of living19701972198320002001200220032005200620072008200920102011201340561985810.90054PS225ocn01808253415668ocn050811088file20000.37Moran, JoeStar authors literary celebrity in AmericaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcShows how publishers, the media and authors themselves create and disseminate literary celebrity. Authors discussed include Toni Morrison, J.D. Salinger, Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo+-+5970680925142729ocn052239210file20010.47Moran, JoeInterdisciplinarityCriticism, interpretation, etcThe New Critical Idiom is a series of introductory guides to current critical terminology. Each volume provides a guide to the use and abuse of terms related to literary studies with an accent on clarity and lively debate+-+011519857532439010ocn057211184book20050.77Moran, JoeReading the everyday"Drawing on the work of continental theorists such as Henri Lefebvre, Michel de Certeau, Marc Auge and Siegfried Kracauer, Joe Moran explores the concrete sites and routines of everyday life and their representation in political debate, news media, material culture, sitcoms, reality TV shows, photography, CCTV and webcams." "Moran aims to rethink notions of everyday life within cultural studies, which have traditionally focused on questions of popular culture, consumption and lifestyle. He investigates some of the most under-explored, banal aspects of quotidian culture, such as office life, commuting, car parking, motorways, new towns and mass housing." "Reading the Everyday shows that analysing supposedly 'boring' phenomena can help us to make sense of cultural and social change; and it argues that the everyday has become a space for a new kind of 'post-political' politics which has obscured profound changes in work, domestic and public space."--BOOK JACKET+-+335268069523911ocn085692089book20070.24Moran, JoeQueuing for beginners : the story of daily life from breakfast to bedtimeWe spend our days emailing, shopping, queuing, lying on sofas - but we know almost nothing about these everyday activities. Exploring these subjects as they occur in a typical day, Joe Moran shows that they have all kinds of hidden histories and meanings+-+21832461362339ocn294758820book20090.22Moran, JoeOn roads : a hidden historyHistoryIn this highly original slice of post-war history, Joe Moran explores how the British have built, mapped and driven the roads that we all use but rarely stop to think about+-+17053119363241354ocn851827278book20130.31Moran, JoeArmchair nation : an intimate history of Britain in front of the TVHistory'But what does your furniture point at?' asks the character Joey in the sitcom Friends on hearing an acquaintance has no TV. It's a good question: since its beginnings during WW2, television has assumed a central role in our houses and our lives, just as satellite dishes and aerials have become features of urban skylines. Television (or 'the idiot's lantern', depending on your feelings about it) has created controversy, brought coronations and World Cups into living rooms, allowed us access to 24hr news and media and provided a thousand conversation starters. As shows come and go in popularity222ocn870599843file20130.47Moran, JoeUnfinished Business Social Policy for Social Care Students in IrelandWith social and community services coming under increasing pressure as austerity continues, Unfinished Business examines how social policy has operated in Ireland and how it has been affected by consistent government cutbacks. It examines a wide range of issues important to social care students which are pertinent to Irish society today131ocn852009380book20090.10Moran, JoeA hidden historyExplores how Britain's roads have their roots in unexpected places. This book celebrates the often overlooked people whose work we take for granted, Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert, the designers of the road sign system, and Charles Forte, the entrepreneur behind the service station+-+1705311936324121ocn852017919book20070.10Moran, JoeThe story of daily life from breakfast to bedtimeWe spend our days catching buses and trains, tapping away at computers, shopping, queuing, lying on sofas. But we know almost nothing about these activities. Exploring the history of these subjects as they come up during a typical day, the author shows that they conceal all kinds of hidden histories and meanings+-+218324613661ocn491317374book19610.47Moran, JoeLa Teoría del conocimiento en san Agustín31ocn015273069book19830.92International Printmaking Invitational, April 20-May 27, 1983Exhibition catalogs21ocn445797992art2001Moran, JoeKarizmatična iluzija21ocn879349161book2013Moran, Joean intimate history of Britain in front of the TVHistorySince its beginnings during WW2, television has assumed a central role in our houses and our lives, just as satellite dishes and aerials have become features of urban skylines. Television has created controversy, brought coronations and World Cups into living rooms, allowed us access to 24hr news and media and provided a thousand conversation starters. As shows come and go in popularity, the history of television shows us how our society has changed. 'Armchair Nation' reveals the fascinating, lyrical and sometimes surprising hist11ocn079171833book2001Kolb, Richard KFrontier warfare yielded legendary veterans11ocn242220410book20031.00Motsinger, JohnThe sound of memory : prefrontal lateralization during encoding of verbal and nonverbal sounds11ocn018082534book19720.47Anatomy of soul11ocn424017973book1983California State College, San BernardinoInternational printmaking invitationalExhibition catalogs11ocn758000991book20110.47Moran, JoeTexts for scores for performance : an open source booklet for inquiry, making, and performance11ocn037566218visu19040.10Joe Moran, Hahn's Peak, ColoJoe Moran poses in the tall grass for a full-torso portrait in front of a wood-frame building in the town of Hahn's Peak (also known as Poverty Bar), Colorado, in Routt County+-+0115198575324+-+0115198575324Thu Oct 16 15:26:32 EDT 2014batch14465