Release on 2018-04-04 | by Enikö Gömöri,Norbert Herrmann
Erfahrungen aus Südafrika
Author: Enikö Gömöri,Norbert Herrmann
Pubpsher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Mit diesem Buch ist die südafrikanische Metropole Johannesburg aufgezeichnet. Visuell und textuell und in Ausschnitten, in subjektiven, zufälligen Ausschnitten. Die Zusammenstellung ist damit eine persönliche und kann keine exemplarische sein für das unüberschaubare Johannesburg. Jeder der Johannesburg gesehen hat weiß, in dieser Stadt, wie im ganzen Land Südafrika, gibt es nichts, was als exemplarisch gelten könnte.
Gives you the tools necessary to control your print making. This book helps you learn the proper techniques for exposing a print, how to choose the correct paper contrast, and ways to find the best combination of paper and developer for your images.
Abundant photographs and illustrations visually enhance the fundamental information offered in this new book for learning the manual operation of basic equipment, including a 35 mm camera. Unique in its use of student photographs, this introductory-level book provides a starting point for work in black and white photography that fosters ideas, inspires creativity, and serves as a method for measuring oneâ€™s own work and techniques. Basic darkroom skills are examined including proper exposure of the negative, processing film, and printing, with an emphasis on camera techniques that helps readers fine-tune their personal vision while also serving as a foundation for more advanced photographic techniques.
Release on 2003 | by E. K. Bailey,Warren W. Wiersbe
What We Can Learn from Each Other
Author: E. K. Bailey,Warren W. Wiersbe
This book brings together a noted black preacher and a white preacher to interact on the dynamics of pulpit ministry and what we can learn from each other. It provides fresh insight and perspective to help us appreciate the rich diversity found in today's church.
In a major contribution to the study of race in American literature, Kenneth W. Warren argues that late-nineteenth-century literary realism was shaped by and in turn helped to shape post-Civil War racial politics. Taking up a variety of novelists, including Henry James and William Dean Howells, he shows that even works not directly concerned with race were instrumental in the return after reconstruction to a racially segregated society.
Release on 2009-07-14 | by Stephan Thernstrom,Abigail Thernstrom
One Nation, Indivisible
Author: Stephan Thernstrom,Abigail Thernstrom
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Social Science
In a book destined to become a classic, Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom present important new information about the positive changes that have been achieved and the measurable improvement in the lives of the majority of African-Americans. Supporting their conclusions with statistics on education, earnings, and housing, they argue that the perception of serious racial divisions in this country is outdated -- and dangerous.
There is no teasing apart what interracial couples think of themselves from what society shows them about themselves. Following on her earlier ground-breaking study of the social worlds of interracial couples, Erica Chito Childs considers the larger context of social messages, conveyed by the media, that inform how we think about love across the color line. Examining a range of media, from movies to music to the web, Fade to Black and White offers an informative and provocative account of how the perception of interracial sexuality as "deviant" has been transformed in the course of the 20th century and how race relations are understood today.