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LillyBelle

By Joana Pastro
  • ISBN Code: : 163592457X
  • Publisher : Astra Publishing House
  • Pages : 32
  • Category : Juvenile Fiction
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  • Pdf : lillybelle.pdf

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When faced with the danger of giants, ogres, and witches, other damsels might quake with fear . . . but not LillyBelle! At the School for Damsels, LillyBelle enjoys many damsel-in-training classes, like cake baking and vocal training, but the rule that a damsel must be in distress . . . not so much. When she's captured by one villain after another, LillyBelle will need to use her charm and her wit to save herself and prove once and for all that damsels don't have to be in distress--all in time for tea!

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  • Category : Games & Activities
  • Members : 945
  • Pdf File: game-changers.pdf

Book Short Summary:

The videogame scene has evolved from the hobby of boys in bedrooms to a popular pastime for anyone with a smartphone. Many of the old guard resent this mainstreaming of games culture ? and they?ve been anything but welcoming. These trolls have created a climate of fear by abusing and harassing women, minorities and anyone who has dared to speak out against misogyny and other problems in the boys? club industry. Game Changers puts these conflicts under the microscope, in Australia and overseas. The book features exclusive interviews with many key figures working to make the videogame world a safe space, including Anita Sarkeesian and Zoë Quinn, two of the women at the centre of the Gamergate abuse. In 2015, they were asked by the United Nations to lead a panel discussion on the `rising tide of online violence against women and girls?. Authors Dan Golding and Leena van Deventer use their extensive experience in the videogame industry, both as players and professionals, to examine how games culture is growing, diversifying and changing for the better.

Fourth Wave Feminism in Science Fiction and Fantasy

By Valerie Estelle Frankel
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Book Code : 1476637601
  • Total of Pages : 232
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Members : 196
  • Pdf File: fourth-wave-feminism-in-science-fiction-and-fantasy.pdf

Book Short Summary:

 Fourth wave feminism has entered the national conversation and established a highly visible presence in popular media, especially in cutting-edge science fiction and fantasy films and television series. Wonder Woman, the Wasp, and Captain Marvel headline superhero films while Black Panther celebrates nonwestern power. Disney princesses value sisterhood over conventional marriage. This first of two companion volumes addresses cinema, exploring how, since 2012, such films as the Hunger Games trilogy, Mad Max: Fury Road, and recent Star Wars installments have showcased women of action. The true innovation is a product of the Internet age. Though the web has accelerated fan engagement to the point that progressivism and backlash happen simultaneously, new films increasingly emphasize diversity over toxic masculinity. They defy net trolls to provide stunning role models for viewers across the spectrum of age, gender, and nationality.

Surviving in the Field of International Arbitration: War Stories and Lessons Learned

By José María de la Jara,Carolina Arroyo,Álvaro Awad
  • File : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Kluwer Law International B.V.
  • Book Code : 9403518111
  • Total of Pages : 568
  • Category : Law
  • Members : 407
  • Pdf File: surviving-in-the-field-of-international-arbitration.pdf

Book Short Summary:

For young lawyers and students contemplating a career in international arbitration, understanding what it takes to be successful in the field can seem hidden and mysterious. Here is a book that, in a thoroughly engaging way, unlocks the black box and democratizes access to advice and information via short personal chapters by leading practitioners. Each chapter appears in both English and Spanish. Over forty of the most renowned names in arbitration worldwide offer reflections on life as an arbitration practitioner, highlighting such career opportunities and potential stumbling blocks as the following: balancing work and life; managing coexistence challenges in firms (e.g., the rat race, bullying, burnout, discrimination); preparing for a job interview; promoting disruptive innovation; arbitrating for the State; participating in deliberations; writing arbitral awards; handling dissenting opinions; and developing a personal brand The authors’ exploration of everything from academic work and practical experiences to how they have managed personal pressures will be greatly appreciated by all who seek to thrive in the arbitration market, whether in practice or academia. As an extraordinary compilation about what happens behind the scenes in the international arbitration world, this book will quickly become an essential consultation resource illuminating what it takes to succeed in the field and how best to achieve a meaningful and rewarding career. Its personal success stories reveal what practice in this area of law actually looks like and brilliantly demonstrate ways to foster career development.