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Extreame Savings! Up to 48% off on Theory at Translate This Website, Page 3. Top brands include Central European University Press, Clarendon Press, Semiotext(e), Fordham University Press, Edward Elgar Pub, Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan, Springer, Brand: Princeton University Press, & Oxford University Press. Hurry! Limited time offers. Offers valid only while supplies last.

Art, Argument, and Advocacy: Mastering Parliamentary Debate
By Central European University Press
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ean: 9780970213075, isbn: 0970213077,

4.0 out of 5 stars with 141 reviews
This text is designed to provide a foundation for effective participation in academic parliamentary debate competition. It explores contemporary parliamentary debate formats and also includes arguments, debate tactics and practice exercises.Central European University Press.

Seven Schools of Macroeconomic Thought: The Arne Ryde Memorial Lectures
By Clarendon Press
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ean: 9780198743903, isbn: 0198743904,

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Seven Schools of Macroeconomic Thought offers an excellent survey of various macroeconomic topics that feature prominently in the research agenda and have inspired both theoretical and policy debate. The book presents an authoritative and comprehensive summary and original critique of macroeconomic approaches by a scholar whose own contribution to the field is considerable.In each of his seven chapters, the author reviews one school of economic thought. These are: the Keynesian school of

Capital and Affects: The Politics of the Language Economy (Semiotext(e) / Foreign Agents)
By Semiotext(e)
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mpn: new18-03-012016-b0063432, ean: 9781584351030, isbn: 1584351039,

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Christian Marazzi's first book: a post-Fordist classic on the roots to economic crises in the contemporary age.Communication as work: we have recently experienced a profound transformation in the processes of production. While the assembly line (invented by Henry Ford at the beginning of the last century) excluded any form of linguistic productivity, today, there is no production without communication. The new technologies are linguistic machines. This revolution has produced a new kind of

Literacy Work in the Reign of Human Capital
By Fordham University Press
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ean: 9780823264230, isbn: 0823264238,

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In recent years, a number of books in the field of literacy research have addressed the experiences of literacy users or the multiple processes of learning literacy skills in a rapidly changing technological environment. In contrast to these studies, this book addresses the subjects of literacy. In other words, it is about how literacy workers are subjected to the relations between new forms of labor and the concept of human capital as a dominant economic structure in the United States. It is

The Economics of Language (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, 150)
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mpn: index, ean: 9781840648027, isbn: 1840648023,

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Observing that technology is now taking a central place in the field of economics, Lamberton (visiting fellow, public policy, Australian National U.) argues that the ''oldest and most public of technologies, language'' be given a central role as well. After making the case for the importance of language in economics, he presents 20 contributions that attempt to do just that, exploring theoretical approaches, the impact of language on profits and wages, socio-economic aspects of language

Mercantilism: The Shaping of an Economic Language
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Ever since the Physiocrats and Adam Smith, mercantilism or 'the mercantile system' have been described as the opposite of classical political economy. This view is very much brought into question by the current book. It argues that the sharp distinction between mercantilism and 19th century laissez-faire economics has obscured the meaning, content and contribution of the former. This book presents a full-scale account of the development of mercantilism as a trend of economic thought during the

Economics and Language (Economics as Social Theory)
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ean: 9780415092098, isbn: 0415092094,

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First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company..

The Palgrave Handbook of Economics and Language
By Palgrave Macmillan
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ean: 9781349673070, isbn: 9781349673070,

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Do the languages people speak influence their economic decisions and social behavior in multilingual societies? This Handbook brings together scholars from various disciplines to examine the links and tensions between economics and language to find the delicate balance between monetary benefits and psychological costs of linguistic dynamics..

Language Policy and Linguistic Justice: Economic, Philosophical and Sociolinguistic Approaches
By Springer
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Language policies are increasingly acknowledged as being a necessary component of many decisions taken in the areas of the labor market, education, minority languages, mobility, and social inclusion of migrants. They can affect the democratic control of political organizations, and they can either entrench or reduce inequalities. These are the central topics of this book. Economists, philosophers, political scientists, and sociolinguists discuss – from an interdisciplinary perspective – the

Magical Capitalism: Enchantment, Spells, and Occult Practices in Contemporary Economies
By Palgrave Macmillan
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ean: 9783319743967, isbn: 3319743961,

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This volume of essays examines the ways in which magical practices are found in different aspects of contemporary capitalist societies. From contract law to science, by way of finance, business, marketing, advertising, cultural production, and the political economy in general, each chapter argues that the kind of magic studied by anthropologists in less developed societies – shamanism, sorcery, enchantment, the occult – is not only alive and well, but flourishing in the midst of so-called

The Rhetoric of the Right: Language Change and the Spread of the Market (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics)
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mpn: 84 black & white tables, ean: 9781138791497, isbn: 1138791490,

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This study seeks to demonstrate the subtle ways in which changes in the language associated with economic issues are reflective of a gradual but quantifiable conservative ideological shift. In this rigorous analysis, David George uses as his data a century of word usage within The New York Times, starting in 1900. It is not always obvious how the changes identified necessarily reflect a stronger prejudice toward laissez-faire free market capitalism, and so much of the book seeks to demonstrate

How Many Languages Do We Need?: The Economics of Linguistic Diversity
By Brand: Princeton University Press
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ean: 9780691136899, isbn: 0691136890,

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In the global economy, linguistic diversity influences economic and political development as well as public policies in positive and negative ways. It leads to financial costs, communication barriers, divisions in national unity, and, in some extreme cases, conflicts and war--but it also produces benefits related to group and individual identity. What are the specific advantages and disadvantages of linguistic diversity and how does it influence social and economic progress? This book examines

The Economy of the Word: Language, History, and Economics (Oxford Studies in History of Economics)
By Oxford University Press
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ean: 9780190211615, isbn: 019021161X,

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It was only in the sixteenth century that texts began to refer to the significance of ''economic activity'' -- of sustaining life. This was not because the ordinary business of life was thought unimportant, but because the principles governing economic conduct were thought to be obvious or uncontroversial. The subsequent development of economic writing thus parallels the development of capitalism in Western Europe. From the seventeenth to the twenty-first century there has been a constant shift

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