After all, it's not the destination that counts: it's the homes and experiences you encounter along the way. Praise for Liam Williams' previous work: 'The voice of a generation.' Independent 'Refreshingly tender, honest and funny.
Author: Liam Williams
Publisher: Hachette UK
'One of the finest comic minds of Generation Y.' The Times Mark is going on the trip of a lifetime: a summer touring Europe in the pay of the travel company he works for. For his plus one, he turns to his idolised cousin, Paris. Everything Mark's not, Paris is a man of the world with a thirst for adventure - even his name is better than Mark's. But after a catastrophic argument, Mark finds himself setting off alone on his voyage, instead emailing an unresponsive Paris from the road. A cocktail cruise on the Seine, mindful pastry making in Foix, a graffiti tour in Barcelona: Mark will be forced to engage with life and strangers as he never has before, with poignantly recognisable results. But questions remain: will he ever be able to have an authentic interaction? Will Paris ever reply to his emails? And crucially, will he manage to write SEO friendly copy for every place he visits? After all, it's not the destination that counts: it's the homes and experiences you encounter along the way. Praise for Liam Williams' previous work: 'The voice of a generation.' Independent 'Refreshingly tender, honest and funny.' Vice 'Euphorically ordinary.' Guardian 'Articulate and original.' Telegraph 'Consistently funny, while packing quite an emotional punch.' WhatsOnStage 'The most soulful, daring, intellectually unabashed young comedian in the country.' Huffington Post 'Raw, honest and captivating.' The List
Whatever the topic – changing demographic patterns, education, labour markets,
health care, housing – the experiences of immigrants need to be taken into
account. In both countries, the recent story is a good news–bad news one.
Author: Carlos Teixeira
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Business & Economics
The Housing and Economic Experiences of Immigrants in U.S. and Canadian Cities is a collection of essays examining how recent immigrants have fared in getting access to jobs and housing in urban centres across the continent.
Author: Rev. J. MORGAN (of Thornbury, Gloucestershire.)Publish On: 1870
before you emphatically their homes , that their principal work lay not in the street
, or the factory , or the wareroom , or the market , or the college , or the church ,
but in the home ; and not in other people's homes , but in their own . They had to
Author: Rev. J. MORGAN (of Thornbury, Gloucestershire.)
Author: Prof. C. Michael HallPublish On: 2004-07-27
Tourism. Tourism and the experiences of tourists are manifold and complex, and
different kinds of perspectives are described in the following text. However, one
general theme is that we in today's society are to a great degree surrounded and
Author: Prof. C. Michael Hall
Publisher: Channel View Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Second homes - the cottage, the summer house, the bach - are an important part of the tourism and leisure lifestyles of many people in the developed world. Second homes are therefore an integral component of tourism experiences in rural and peripheral areas. Yet, despite their significance not only for tourism but also for rural communities and the rural economy, relatively little research has been undertaken on the topic until recent times. This volume represents the first major international analysis and review of second homes for over 25 years. It will provide a significant resource for those interested in changing patterns of tourism and leisure behaviour as well as the use of the countryside and peripheral areas. The book describes the economic, social and environmental impacts of second homes as well as their planning implications and places such discussions within the context of contemporary human mobility. The volume represents essential reading for those interested in rural regional development processes and the development of new rural leisure landscapes.
Other changes in the housing benefit regulations have increased homelessness
among released prisoners.” The changes have increased the likelihood that
prisoners serving from 13 to 52 weeks will lose their homes and possessions.
Author: Ruth Chigwada-Bailey
Publisher: Waterside Press
An incisive account of how the multiple disadvantages of race, gender and class come together to create deeper levels of discrimination and unfair treatment in the criminal process. Written by one of the UK's leading women commentators in this field, who has found a strong niche in gender and discrimination studies.
TN THEIR FIRST ANNUAL REPORT , the Directors of the Foundation wrote : 1 "
Our buildings constitute an experiment . Our experience will always be available
to those interested in housing and will , we believe , be a valuable contribution to
Homes of Old English Writers and Flavel , should know something aboy be
reserved for a BY THE Rev . S . W . CHRISTOPHERS , Author of " Hymn Writers
and their Hymns . " " A most interesting book , containing a variety of incidents in
Social Change and the Experience of the Home Tony Chapman, Jenny Hockey.
IDEAL HOMES : Until now, the home as a space within which domestic lives are
lived out has been largely ignored by sociologists. Yet the 'home as idea, place ...
Author: Tony Chapman
Category: Social Science
Ideal Homes? shows how both popular images and experiences of home life relate to the ability of society's members to produce and respond to social change. The book provides for the first time an analysis of the space of the home and the experiences of home life by writers from a wide range of disciplines, including sociology, architecture, geography and anthropology. It covers a range of subjects, including gender roles, different generations relationships to home, the changing nature of the family, transition and risk and alternative visions of home.
4 ' Ideal homes ' Disabled people's experiences of domestic design i 4.1
Introduction Empowerment is often found in the details of the mundane world . It
comes from controlling access to personal space , from being able to alter one's ...
Author: Robert Imrie
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
"Accessible Housing considers the role and significance of house builders in influencing the design and construction of accessible housing that can meet the needs of disabled people. Its primary focus is the speculative house building process, and the construction of private (for sale) dwellings. The book describes and evaluates the socio-institutional political, and technical relations that underpin the design and construction of housing. These, so it is argued, shape builders' reluctance to design and construct housing that is flexible to accommodate variations in bodily needs and performance." -- Book jacket.
Author: Bradley W. Kuhns, Ph.D., O.M.D.Publish On:
Then , the second year that I was there at the Dillard Steakhouse the area got
their heavy rains and the Umpqua river which was in back of the restaurant
overflowed it banks . The entire valley was flooded and all of the businesses and homes ...
Author: Bradley W. Kuhns, Ph.D., O.M.D.
Publisher: Bradley Kuhns,Ph.D.,O.M.D.
Bradley W. Kuhns, son of Mary Basits took this wonderful ladies notes that she put on paper at the age 85 year- old. At 85-years-old she sat down and wrote approximately 200 (single-spaced pages on a Smith Corona typewriter.They were discovered after her death in 1989. So, Bradley decided to organize them as she put them down on paper (without) changing typos or grammar so as not to take away form the elderly woman's presence.
She and her colleagues creatively explore the use of the evidence to explore
how schools can learn from homes and from the out-of-school experiences that
children seek and enjoy. Perhaps most important is that the information is
... sufficiently severe to impair their social functioning, compared to 11 per cent of
children living in private households. ... pre-care experiences, it is unsurprising
that they might exhibit challenging behaviour when placed in children's homes ...
Author: Julie Shaw
Category: Social Science
This book explores the factors at the individual, institutional and systemic levels which contribute to children's home residents coming to the attention of the youth justice system, and the consequent implications for policy and practice. Perspectives are drawn from both young people and professionals in the care and youth justice systems.
3 Entering Their Lives and Homes “Why you wanna know about us?” Isaac's
stepmother, Faith, confused. average people.” looks at me “Wejust “That iswhy I
am interested,” I explain. “I wantto know how Isaac lives his life and how that ...
Author: Ronald E. Hallett
Homeless youth face countless barriers that limit their ability to complete a high school diploma and transition to postsecondary education. Their experiences vary widely based on family, access to social services, and where they live. More than half of the 1.5 million homeless youth in America are in fact living "doubled-up," staying with family or friends because of economic hardship and often on the brink of full-on homelessness. Educational Experiences of Hidden Homeless Teenagers investigates the effects of these living situations on educational participation and higher education access. First-hand data from interviews, observations, and document analysis shed light on the experience of four doubled-up adolescents and their families. The author demonstrates how complex these residential situations are, while also identifying aspects of living doubled-up that encourage educational success. The findings of this powerful book will give students, researchers, and policymakers an invaluable look at how this understudied segment of the adolescent population navigates their education.
In this inspiring and groundbreaking approach to real estate sales, Jeff Shore teaches you:* Why you need to focus on the customer first and the home second* How to create unforgettable emotional experiences for buyers* How to perfect five ...
Author: Jeff Shore
Most real estate companies train salespeople how to farm leads and take an "up". But when it comes to engaging emotionally with buyers, salespeople merely learn to survive. Real estate sales expert Jeff Shore argues that sales agents can thrive by building an emotionally charged and experience-based path the sale. In this inspiring and groundbreaking approach to real estate sales, Jeff Shore teaches you:* Why you need to focus on the customer first and the home second* How to create unforgettable emotional experiences for buyers* How to perfect five powerful secrets for personalizing every home* How to accelerate the sale using the art of "emotional endorsement" With self-assessments and exercises to put Shore's experiential selling strategies into action, Buying the Experience radically redefines real estate sales.
Nevertheless, even as a child I realized that this was her experience and my experience could be differentimuch different. ... The women who were reared in
single-parent homes generally received negative messages about marriage.
Author: Eletra S. Gilchrist
Publisher: Lexington Books
Experiences of Single African-American Women Professors: With this Ph.D., I Thee Wed, edited by Eletra S. Gilchrist, explores the unique lived experiences of single African-American women professors. This volume, designed by and for an academic audience, addresses the dating and mating complexities of the population under study by combining autoethnographic accounts with empirical research and theoretical concepts.
While conducting this investigation we found that often we were comparing and
contrasting aspects of our own experiences with that of the women even though
we are of different generations, and we wondered how children's housing is ...
Author: Dorothy E. Smith
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
In Incorporating Texts into Institutional Ethnographies, Dorothy E. Smith and Susan Marie Turner present a selection of essays highlighting perhaps the single most distinctive feature of the sociological approach known as Institutional Ethnography (IE) – the ethnographic investigation of how texts coordinate and organize people’s activities across space and time. The chapters, written by scholars who are relatively new to IE as well as IE veterans, illustrate the wide variety of ways in which IE investigations can be done, as well as the breadth of topics IE has been used to study. Both a collection of examples that can be used in teaching and research project design and an excellent introduction to IE methods and techniques, Incorporating Texts into Institutional Ethnographies is an essential contribution to the subject.
Such a reduction can save the Earth ' s resources and save money required for
energy production that can instead supplement the design budget for the home ,
consequently enriching our experiences in our living environments .
Author: Lori Ryker
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
An in-depth look at the strategies employed in sustainable home design.
Housing Experience of Women in Hong Kong Paul Pennartz, Anke Niehof.
Conclusion. Concluding from the discussion in this chapter, it is obvious that the
housing system is not a gender neutral entity, instead it is underpinned by gender
Author: Kam Wah Chan
Category: Social Science
First published in 1997, this volume recognises the issue of gender inequality in Hong Kong housing. The invisibility of the housing problem is compounded by the dominant patriarchal Chinese culture in Hong Kong. The issue remains marginal in Western countries as well, despite increasing concern. Kam Wah Chan makes meaningful, insightful progress on the housing issue in Hong Kong by focusing on the crucial issues of housing for lone mothers and for women in new towns.
... classes did not hold in favor the principle on which the colony was founded ,
not recognising it to be a means to provide homes for the toilworn sons of
England , of those unsoiled by crime , and as establishing another market for its