All these trends, and others, are reflected in this work.
Author: John Foster
Aimed at academic, professional and general readers, Bush, city, cyberspace provides a snapshot of the state of Australian children's and adolescent literature in the early twenty-first century, and an insight into its history. In doing so, it promotes a sense of where Australian literature for young people may be going and captures a literary and critical mood with which readers in Australia and beyond will identify. The title of the work is intended to capture the fact that the field has changed dramatically in the century and a half that 'Australian children's literature' has existed, from the bush myths and heroism that inform the past and the present, through the recognition that the vast majority of authors and readers live in cities, to the third wave of 'cyberliterature' that incorporates multimedia, hypertext, weblinks and e-books - none of which lessens the enduring enthusiasm of practitioners and readers for books. Bush, city, cyberspace is not meant to be an encyclopedic volume. Rather, well-known, recent and/or award-winning works have been emphasised, with the addition of others where these help to illuminate particular points. The book is similar in coverage and approach to Australian Children's Literature: An Exploration of Genre and Theme, written by the same three authors and published by the Centre for Information Studies in 1995. In the intervening period, much has changed in the field, notable examples including the blurring of the dividing line between 'quality' and 'popular' literature; the blending of genres; the rise of a truly indigenous literature; the demise, to a significant extent, of 'Outbackery' in fiction; the acceptance of multiculturalism as the norm; and the advent of the literature of cyberspace, with new methods, and the sheer speed, of communication between writer and reader. All these trends, and others, are reflected in this work.
As for drawbacks , this will sound like I want everything in a book that has readily
announced its focus as the development of Australian children's literature from bush , to city , to cyberspace . Yet I have to ask - where is the literary criticism ...
Author: Jean-François VernayPublish On: 2021-04-02
Bush, City, Cyberspace: The Development of Australian Children's Literature into
the 21st Century, edited by and John Foster, Ern Finnis, and Maureen Nimon.
Elsevier, 2005, pp. 117–130. Fuelscher, Ian, Karen, Caeyenberghs, Peter
Author: Jean-François Vernay
Category: Literary Criticism
This exciting one-of-a-kind volume brings together new contributions by geographically diverse authors who range from early career researchers to well-established scholars in the field. It unprecedentedly showcases a wide variety of the latest research at the intersection of Australian literary studies and cognitive literary studies in a single volume. It takes Australian fiction on the leading edge by paving the way for a new direction in Australian literary criticism.
Bush, City, Cyberspace: The Development of Australian Children's Literature into
the Twenty-First Century. Wagga Wagga, australia: charles Sturt university Press,
2005. Foucault, Michael. The Archaeology of Knowledge. london: tavistock, ...
Author: Simon Bacon
Category: Literary Criticism
Vampire narratives are generally thought of as adult or young adult fare, yet there is a long history of their appearance in books, film and other media meant for children. They emerge as expressions of anxiety about change and growing up but sometimes turn out to be new best friends who highlight the beauty of difference and individuality. This collection of new essays examines the history of vampires in 20th and 21st century Western popular media marketed to preteens and explores their significance and symbolism.
Australian Children's Literature: An Exploration of Genre and Theme. Wagga
Wagga, Australia: Centre for Information Studies, 1995. ———. Bush, City, Cyberspace: The Development of Australian Children's Literature into the 21st
Author: Emer O'Sullivan
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The Historical Dictionary of Children's Literature relates the history of children's literature through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, a bibliography, and over 500 cross-referenced dictionary entries on authors, books, and genres.
President Bush contends that America must act to reduce our vulnerabilities to threats to cyberspace before they can be exploited to damage the cyber systems supporting the nation's critical infrastructures.
Bush , Victoria D . , Beverly T . Venable , and Alan J . Bush . “ Ethics and
Marketing on the Internet : Practitioners ' Perceptions of Societal , Industry ...
guide available from < http : / / www . privacy . org / ipc / # chrono 1996 > . City of
Cincinnati v ...
Author: Jan Samoriski
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
"This book explores the problems facing society in the rapidly changing online environment, including the technical, social, and legal factors shaping the Internet today." Issues in Cyberspace provides an overview of the evolution of the Internet, the media interests that are driving its development, and the boundaries that are being established for online behavior in a variety of contexts. Issues discussed throughout the book include the influence of concentrated ownership, the First Amendment, commercialism, spam, privacy, encryption, hacking, copyright, libel, hate speech, indecency, obscenity, education, and global implications." Designed for those interested in Internet Studies as well as Communication Law and Policy studies.
As Chris McAuliffe notes , suburbia has a gendered polarity : “ the suburb as
private , domestic , passive , consumerist , conformist — as feminine ; the city ( or bush ) as public , active , self - sufficient and individualist — as masculine .
Author: McKenzie Wark
Publisher: Pluto Press (Australia)
In a series of entertaining essays, this wide-ranging book looks at the impact of the media on Australian life and politics, and anlyses key images and stories that shape our perceptions at century's end. Topics include Americanisation, feminism, pop, pay TV, the Internet, political correctness, Mabo, and the republican convention.
... Jennifer Paine , Samantha Rivkind & Andrew Geffel ; Proskauer Rose LLP ,
New York City Eighth Circuit Hands New Victory ... Bush has addressed this
issue in the past , and he would like to see the majority of Americans with
Author: Australian Society of Archivists. ConferencePublish On: 1999
Royal Commission into the City of Wanneroo , Final Report , Perth WA , 1997 ;
and Department of Local Government , Report of the Inquiry into Manakoora Rise
. ... Homebush , NSW , 1996 , p . 3 . Western Australian Municipal Association .
Author: Australian Society of Archivists. Conference
33 35 But what are the shared adversities of cyberspace ? ... What there to do but
to dive further into the bramble bush of information that , in its broadcast forms ,
has done so much to tear us apart ? ... We had lived together in New York City .
Author: Richard Holeton
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
Category: Business & Economics
This innovative reader addresses the social, cultural, political, and educational implications of today’s burgeoning information and communication technologies in substantial critical depth. Using three broad human themes—Constructing Identity, Building Community, and Seeking Knowledge—this brief freshman reader engages students in exciting rhetorical issues, including "Gender Online," "The Global Village," and "Information Overload and New Media." In each case, hopeful and optimistic views are balanced with incisive technology criticism, helping to make cutting-edge social issues intellectually coherent and accessible to your students.
So here we have another sign , another omen , that the functions of cyberspace
and physical place ( not falling into that trap that ... perhaps more powerful a
defining force with regard to our perceptions of public and private spaces — the
wired city as a surveillance environment . ... On October 26 , 2001 , President
George W . Bush signed the USA Patriot Act , an anti - terrorism law expanding
Author: Lance Strate
Publisher: Hampton Press (NJ)
Category: Technology & Engineering
A study of communication in the electronic environment known as cyberspace. It features essays on theoretical contexts, discussion and research on cybernetworks and cyberspaces, studies of new senses of space and navigation (cybernautics) and explorations of cybercommunication and cyberculture.
E was like The Speaking Clock IV each moment appears to be given a unique
name the city ran on local th ET not ... to a moment which seems to recus in an
acknowledged cycle of time R high bush L N S 1 The words change letter for
Author: Marie-Laure Ryan
Explorations of the new frontiers of cybertext and cyberspace culture.
... William 145 , 149 bush robots 35 and psychology 43 and sensory stimuli 57
and space 43 cyberzone 43 , SI cyborgs 9 ... 80 and cyberspace 69 ' gap sites 10
, 13 and the image 31 and the mind - 8 , 84 navigating the world virtual city ' 65 ...
Author: Neil Spiller
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
For serious future thinkers, this book plots changes ahead in our spatial lexicon and speculates to conceive, navigate, and occupy previously unavailable, technological defined landscapes. The author posits that as explorations in cyberspace, molecular and tissue engineering, genetics, and complex systems theories accelerate, they will drastically change our environment, and therefore, our architecture. When space is reevaluated, the process will inevitably lead to a new articulation of architecture in terms of its use, scale of operation, and aesthetic content, opening up exciting new spatial frontiers. In examining the potential of coming technological innovation, the book enables readers to see the interaction of such techniques and the architecture resulting from them. Specifics addressed include algorithmic and hypertextual architectures, spatial procedures in cyber-space, self-replicating and artificially intelligent structures, a new plasticity in buildings, and other provocative issues.
Consider Universal City Studios , Inc. v . Reimerdes , upholding provisions ... The
Bernstein case was dismissed after the Bush administration said it would no
longer enforce relevant parts of the regulations . See Declan McCullagh , Cold
Author: Raymond S. R. Ku
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Early adopters of CYBERSPACE LAW: Cases and Materials were particularly pleased by how flexible, coherent, and practical the book is. Now strengthened and scrupulously updated for its Second Edition, this engaging casebook can help your students understand one of the most dynamic areas of law. Written and structured for maximum effectiveness, The book: can be used successfully in both introductory and advanced courses uses practical, classroom-tested "real world" problems to help students apply existing rules to cyberspace law features a flexible, logical organization that allows instructors to emphasize selected perspectives is designed for currency, with materials organized around competing approaches and theories for any given issue, rather than current leading cases presents current Internet law as well as related policy concerns that will drive future legal analysis when new issues emerge -- the only casebook to address both areas offers a balanced presentation of competing approaches and theories for each issue provides a sophisticated analysis of cutting-edge legal issues through an excellent selection of cases simplifies class preparation with an extremely thorough Teacher's Manual that includes discussions of cases, teaching suggestions, and analysis of the issues raised by the problems remains up-to-date with postings of new cases and important developments on the author website Look for these important changes in the Second Edition: ; New co-author Jacqueline Lipton, who brings significant teaching and writing experience in the areas of international and comparative law New and updated cases, including: Grokster, ACLU v. Ashcroft, U.S. v. American Library Association, Chamberlain v. Skylink, Lexmark v. Static Control Components, U.S. v. Elcomsoft, 321 Studios v. MGM Studios, Kremen v. Cohen, Blizzard v. Bnet, In re Verizon, Bosley v. Kremer, and People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals v. Doughney Treatment of important developments, such as political cybersquatting legislation enacted in some states (for example, California's Political Cyberfraud Abatement Act) and changes to privacy laws enacted following the Patriot Act Greatly expanded international coverage, including new international cases: ¿ Sony v. Stevens ¿ Telstra v. Desktop ¿ Gutnick v. Dow Jones Recent Canadian cases on Internet defamation issues Decisions from the European Court of Justice interpreting the database directive in 2004, including the appeal in British Horseracing Board v. William Hill Various developments between French and Californian courts in Yahoo litigation regarding Nazi memorabilia as well as domestic legislation implemented by all E.U. member states which complies with the requirements of the Copyright Directives New section on the failed effort at private self-governance sponsored by ICANN And The scholarship surrounding that effort Jurisdictional materials in the chapter on Regulating Cyberspace are consolidated for easier teaching and learning Updated problems and notes When you consider casebooks for your next course, be sure to examine CYBERSPACE LAW: Cases and Materials, Second Edition, The cohesive, realistic, and accessible alternative.
The party ' s master salesman , Bill Clinton , told Kerry that he had to stop
focusing on Bush ' s vulnerabilities and ... Consultant Joe Trippi , who tapped into
the Internet for Howard Dean , said Kerry has done well raising money in cyberspace but hasn ' t yet generated much buzz there . ... honor - ing an “
informational " picket line set up by city police seeking what the mayor sees as an
extortionate raise .
... 202 , 206 , 207 – 8 see also Transit , mass Bush , George , 107 Butadiene , 121
Butterfly , Monarch , 162 Bypass roads ... 187 , 188 shock of the new , 44 single -
use zoning , 43 streetcar suburbs , 29 technology and cyberspace , 243 transit ...
Author: Oliver Gillham
One of the great debates of our time concerns the predominant form of land use in America today -- the all too familiar pattern of commercial and residential development known as sprawl. But what do we really know about sprawl? Do we know what it is? Where did it come from? Is it really so bad? If so, what are the alternatives? Can anything be done to make it better? The Limitless City offers an accessible examination of those and related questions. Oliver Gillham, an architect and planner with more than twenty-five years of experience in the field, considers the history and development of sprawl and examines current debates about the issue. The book: offers a comprehensive definition of sprawl in America traces the roots of sprawl and considers the factors that led to its preeminence as an urban and suburban form reviews both its negative impacts (loss of open space, increased pollution, gridlock) as well as its positive aspects (economic development, personal freedom, privacy) considers responses to sprawl including "smart growth," urban growth boundaries, regional planning, and the New Urbanism looks at what can be done to improve and counterbalance sprawl The author argues that whether we like it or not, sprawl is here to stay, and only by understanding where it came from and why it developed will we be able to successfully address the problems it has created and is likely to create in the future. The Limitless City is the first book to provide a realistic look at sprawl, with a frank recognition of its status as the predominant urban form in America, now and into the near future. Rather than railing against it, Gillham charts its probable future course while describing critical efforts that can be undertaken to improve the future of sprawl and our existing urban core areas.
"Open City is an investigation into the city: its nature, its possible futures, its emergence as one of the most contested economic, cultural, and political sites of our time.
Author: John Knechtel
Category: Political Science
"Open City is an investigation into the city: its nature, its possible futures, its emergence as one of the most contested economic, cultural, and political sites of our time. The range of contributors is as diverse and dynamic as the cities they examine, inhabit, and haunt: philosopher Jacques Derrida reflects on the fate of Prague; playwright Richard Sanger presents a drama set in war-torn Sarajevo; poet Lynn Crosbie explores Toronto's hidden corners in an epic ABC; architecture theorist and mayor of Venice Massimo Cacciari discusses Naples and the new Europe; novelist André Alexis reveals mystical tropes beneath Ottawa; and architecture theorist Paul Virilio discusses the political dangers lurking in cyberspace. Other contributors include novelist Catherine Bush, Harvard architecture professor Rodolphe el-Khoury, architect Farshid Moussavi, artist Krystof Wodiczko, and many more."
See also FidoNet Bungle, Mr., 110 Bunner, Andrew, 1 59 Bush, George W., 183,
184 Bush, Vannevar, 14 Bushnell, Nolan, ... See City University of New York
Cyberpunk, 78, 79 Cyberspace, 78 Cyberspace privacy law (Minnesota), 171 ...
Author: Hilary W. Poole
Publisher: Abc-Clio Inc
Illuminating the reality of worldwide access to information, this expanded three-volume set is a one-stop resource for Internet history, biographies of key figures, and analysis of how the Internet operates.