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Visionaries and Planners: The Garden City Movement and the Modern Community - Buder, Stanley
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New York: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2009. CW2 - A first edition hardcover book signed by author in fine condition in fine dust jacket that is mylar protected. Also signed by Loren Long on the title page. Illustrated by David Shannon, Loren Long and David Gordon. 12"x9.25" 64 pages. Satisfaction guaranteed. A collection of the tales, rhymes, and honk-along songs most beloved by the citizens of Jon Scieszka's 'Trucktown'. Scieszka's 'Trucktown' is a community where everyone is a truck, they all act like four to seven year old kids and they all love to work at the very serious business of play. They race around, roar around, get into everything, and try out anything. In 'Trucktown', Scieszka wanted to create a world where all the characters were as smart and funny and active as little kids themselves are. Titles in the 'Trucktown' series authored by Jon Scieszka include 'Smash! Crash!', 'Pete's Party', 'Zoom! Boom! Bully', 'Snow Trucking!', 'Melvin Might?', 'Uh-Oh, Max', 'The Spooky Tire.' Upcoming 'Trucktown' series titles authored by Scieszka include 'Kat's Mystery Gift' and 'Melvin's Valentine.' Scieszka is also the author of 'The True Story of the Three Little Pigs', 'The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales', and the 'Time Warp Trio' series. Scieszka is particularly well known for his work with the noted illustrator Lane Smith. Their work together includes 'The True Story of the Three Little Pigs', 'The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales' (a Caldecott Honor book), 'Math Curse', 'Science Verse', 'Seen Art', 'Squids will be Squids', and the first eight hardcover editions of the 'Time Warp Trio' series. Jon Scieszka (rhymes with Fresca and means 'path' in Polish) was born in Flint, Michigan on September 8th, 1954. He grew up in a family with five brothers, an elementary school principal father and a registered nurse mother. He credits his unique sense of humor and inventive creativity to an expansive group of experiences and influences including sharing the same birthday with Peter Sellers, 'Mad Magazine', four years of pre-med undergraduate college, 'The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show', a Master of Fine Arts degree in Fiction from Columbia University, five years painting apartments in New York City, the author Robert Benchley, the author and illustrator Lane Smith, book designer Molly Leach, Dr. Seuss' 'Green Eggs and Ham', and ten years of teaching elementary school and middle school kids. Scieszka's first book, 'The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs!', illustrated by Lane Smith, was a surprise hit. From there Scieszka has gone on to win various awards for his children's books. Scieszka's 'Trucktown' series of young children's books, has also been influenced by his efforts in promoting literacy for boys through his 'Guys Read' nonprofit literacy program.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2009, paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: October 2012 Pages: 162 Language: Chinese in Publisher: Jilin Publishing Group. Jilin Literature and History Press Lai Yun book industry: thematic refined analysis of the history and social ideology and morality issues sperm analysis (optimized version) all-round Fine explain the hierarchical gradient practice that seamlessly integrates into the times. places. reflect various disciplines trends. to guide students concerned about the social. economic. technological. and life's reality. Scientific and practical. the style settings scientific. heavy and difficult with a unique way to break through textbooks analysis incisive exercises typical guidance in place. Contents: first we live in the world thematic one earth instrument and map test sites for Globe and Map of basic common sense (a) test sites 2 capable of maps and charts to obtain information (c) thematic two social survey test sites 3 know social surveys commonly method (a) test sites 4 to design questionnaires. conduct social surveys (c) Thematic three Chinese test sites of natural and cultural environment know the location (a) test sites about the name of China's major ethnic minorities and their distribution (a) test sites 7 know the name of the province in China (full name. for short). the location and the administrative center of (a) test sites 8 to understand each reach of the Yangtze River and the Yellow River hydrological characteristics and the development and governance measures (b) test sites 9 understand the main types of terrain. climate and distribution. outlining the main features of topography. climate (b) test sites 10 comparison of the North and the South. between the eastern and the difference of the natural and human environment. analysis of the significance of local conditions. complementary advantages in regional economic development. 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(b) test sites 44 to grasp the measures to solve the population. resources and environment issues in China ( c) test sites 45 to understand the relationship between population. resources and environmental issues. to foster awareness of sustainable development (c) the Thematic five economic globalization test sites 46 to understand the trend of economic globalization and its impact (b) thematic the six national culture specifically point 47 understanding of cultural diversity and to keep and treasure the traditional sense of the national culture (b) (elective) the topic seven international organizations test sites 48 know the topic of the European Union. the World Trade Organization and the United Nations and its role in (a) Part IV mental health and moral education cherish and respect life test centers understand the unique nature of life. understanding that every human life is valuable (b) test sites 2 learn to cherish and respect life. to realize the value of life (c) Thematic self-understanding and learn to exchanges between test sites know the correct understanding self ways and means (a) test center 4 know that politeness is the civilization exchanges premise. create a good understanding of the interaction of civilizations personal meaning and social value (b) Thematic moral test sites know basic moral standards of our citizens (a) test sites learn empathy with other people (b) test sites 7 correct understanding of individual and collective relations. establish a sense of team (b) the test sites 8 understand the basic requirements of good faith. to do an honest person. (c) the fifth legal education topics a law is a the special behavior specification test sites 9 understand the characteristics and the role of the legal know how our citizens are equal before the law. (b) Thematic two of the Constitution is the fundamental law of the country ... the sixth chapter of the National Education error-prone. confusing knowledge Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back., Liverpool, Tate, 2007 . Pictorial softcover, decorated inner wrappers, 245 x 285mm., 216pp., profound color illustration. fine condition In 2007, Tate Liverpool will present the first major retrospective of the work of Peter Blake in Britain since 1983. A key figure in the history of British Pop Art, Blake is one of the most influential and original artists working in Britain today. Central to Blake's work since the 1950s has been his fascination with popular culture, ranging from music to Hollywood icons and wrestling stars. Perhaps his most famous engagement with Pop came with his design for the cover of The Beatles' album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. With this and other works he helped create a specifically British pop aesthetic that defined an era. A prolific artist, he has utilised a variety of media including painting, drawing, collage, sculpture and printmaking; this study focuses principally on his two-dimensional works and provides the first thorough survey of his paintings from the 1950s through to the present. It will include major icons of twentieth-century art, such as Self-Portrait with badges (1961), and Have a Nice Day, Mr Hockney (1981-3), but will also feature many lesser-known works including his recent, major work The Marcel Duchamp World Series. This volume will establish beyond doubt Blake's claim as one of the foremost British artists of the twentieth century, explaining why he is frequently cited as a key influence by contemporary artists today. New book., Liverpool, Tate, 2007, New York: Oxford University Press. New in Fine dust jacket. 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. 9780195061741 . This specific hardback book is in new condition with a hard board cover that has sharp edges and corners and has a tight binding. The pages are clean, crisp, unmarked and uncreased. The dust jacket is in fine condition with barely detectable wear if any. We package all books in custom cardboard book boxes for shipment and ship daily with tracking numbers.; "For nearly a century the Garden City movement has represented one end of a continuum in an ongoing debate about the future of the modern city. In 1898 Ebenezer Howard envisioned an experimental community as the alternative to huge, teeming cities. Small, planned "garden cities" girdled by greenbelts were to serve in time as the "master key" to a higher, more cooperative stage of civilization based on ecologically balanced communities. Howard soon founded an international planning movement which ever since has represented a remarkable blend of accommodation to and protest against urban changes and the rise of the suburbs. In this interconnected history of the Garden City movement in the United States and Britain, Buder examines its influence, strengths and limitations. Howard's garden city, he shows, joined together two very different types of late-nineteenth-century experimental communities, creating a tension never fully resolved. One approach, utopian and radical in nature, challenged conventional values; the other, the model industrial towns of "enlightened" capitalists, reinforceed them. Buder traces this tension through planning history from the nineteenth-century world of visionaries, philanthropy, and self help into our own with its reliance on the expert, bureaucracy, and governmental policy, shedding light on the complex changes in the way we have thought in the twentieth century about community, urban design, and indeed the process of change. His final chapters examine the world-wide enthusiasm for "New Towns" between 1945-1975 and recent political and social trends which challenge many fundamental assumptions of modern planning."; 9.10 X 6.10 X 1.10 inches; 288 pages ., Oxford University Press, 1990

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New York: Oxford University Press. New in Fine dust jacket. 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. 9780195061741 . This specific hardback book is in new condition with a hard board cover that has sharp edges and corners and has a tight binding. The pages are clean, crisp, unmarked and uncreased. The dust jacket is in fine condition with barely detectable wear if any. We package all books in custom cardboard book boxes for shipment and ship daily with tracking numbers.; "For nearly a century the Garden City movement has represented one end of a continuum in an ongoing debate about the future of the modern city. In 1898 Ebenezer Howard envisioned an experimental community as the alternative to huge, teeming cities. Small, planned "garden cities" girdled by greenbelts were to serve in time as the "master key" to a higher, more cooperative stage of civilization based on ecologically balanced communities. Howard soon founded an international planning movement which ever since has represented a remarkable blend of accommodation to and protest against urban changes and the rise of the suburbs. In this interconnected history of the Garden City movement in the United States and Britain, Buder examines its influence, strengths and limitations. Howard's garden city, he shows, joined together two very different types of late-nineteenth-century experimental communities, creating a tension never fully resolved. One approach, utopian and radical in nature, challenged conventional values; the other, the model industrial towns of "enlightened" capitalists, reinforceed them. Buder traces this tension through planning history from the nineteenth-century world of visionaries, philanthropy, and self help into our own with its reliance on the expert, bureaucracy, and governmental policy, shedding light on the complex changes in the way we have thought in the twentieth century about community, urban design, and indeed the process of change. His final chapters examine the world-wide enthusiasm for "New Towns" between 1945-1975 and recent political and social trends which challenge many fundamental assumptions of modern planning."; 9.10 X 6.10 X 1.10 inches; 288 pages ., Oxford University Press, 1990

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For nearly a century the Garden City movement has represented one end of a continuum in an ongoing debate about the future of the modern city. In 1898 Ebenezer Howard envisioned an experimental community as the alternative to huge, teeming cities. Small, planned "garden cities" girdled by greenbelts were to serve in time as the "master key" to a higher, more cooperative stage of civilization based on ecologically balanced communities. Howard soon founded an international planning movement which ever since has represented a remarkable blend of accommodation to and protest against urban changes and the rise of the suburbs. In this interconnected history of the Garden City movement in the United States and Britain, Buder examines its influence, strengths and limitations. Howard's garden city, he shows, joined together two very different types of late-nineteenth-century experimental communities, creating a tension never fully resolved. One approach, utopian and radical in nature, challenged conventional values; the other, the model industrial towns of "enlightened" capitalists, reinforceed them. Buder traces this tension through planning history from the nineteenth-century world of visionaries, philanthropy, and self help into our own with its reliance on the expert, bureaucracy, and governmental policy, shedding light on the complex changes in the way we have thought in the twentieth century about community, urban design, and indeed the process of change. His final chapters examine the world-wide enthusiasm for "New Towns" between 1945-1975 and recent political and social trends which challenge many fundamental assumptions of modern planning. Visionaries and Planners: The Garden City Movement and the Modern Community Buder, Stanley, Oxford University Press

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Visionaries and Planners: The Garden City Movement and the Modern Community
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Buder, Stanley

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Visionaries and Planners: The Garden City Movement and the Modern Community

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For nearly a century the Garden City movement has represented one end of a continuum in an ongoing debate about the future of the modern city. In 1898 Ebenezer Howard envisioned an experimental community as the alternative to huge, teeming cities. Small, planned "garden cities" girdled by<BR>greenbelts were to serve in time as the "master key" to a higher, more cooperative stage of civilization based on ecologically balanced communities. Howard soon founded an international planning movement which ever since has represented a remarkable blend of accommodation to and protest against<BR>urban changes and the rise of the suburbs. In this interconnected history of the Garden City movement in the United States and Britain, Buder examines its influence, strengths and limitations. Howard's garden city, he shows, joined together two very different types of late-nineteenth-century<BR>experimental communities, creating a tension never fully resolved. One approach, utopian and radical in nature, challenged conventional values; the other, the model industrial towns of "enlightened" capitalists, reinforceed them. Buder traces this tension through planning history from the<BR>nineteenth-century world of visionaries, philanthropy, and self help into our own with its reliance on the expert, bureaucracy, and governmental policy, shedding light on the complex changes in the way we have thought in the twentieth century about community, urban design, and indeed the process of<BR>change. His final chapters examine the world-wide enthusiasm for "New Towns" between 1945-1975 and recent political and social trends which challenge many fundamental assumptions of modern planning.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195061741
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195061748
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Publishing year: 1990
Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR
288 Pages
Weight: 0,553 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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