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  • How the Other Half Lives
    Jacob A. Riis / Jacob ARiis
    During the 1890s many people in upper- and middle-class society were unaware of the dangerous conditions in the slums among poor immigrants. Jacob Riis, a Danish immigrant who himself could not originally find much work, hoped to expose the squalor of the 19th-century Lower East Side of Manhattan. After a successful career as a police reporter, he decided to publish a photojour...
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    37,06 €

  • The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire
    Emma-Jayne Graham
    The horror of the puticuli, the mass burial pits, and their traditional association with the poor, has often led to this socio-economic group being viewed as somehow ‘different’ to the rest of the ancient urban community in the Italy of the Late Roman Republic. This is the theory questioned by the author of this volume. Why should this part of the community care so little about...
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    64,06 €

  • Homeless but Not Forgotten
    Betty McCarty
    In Homeless But Not Forgotten, you will meet and learn how some people overcame street life to move on to complete victory. You will also be introduced to others who exist and etch out their lives alone and destitute on the streets. Their experiences will illuminate their real-life stories as you discover the situations that led them to the streets. Come and explore the underbe...
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    16,34 €

  • Sanctuary
    Featuring contributions from Jean Shinoda Bolen, James Hollis, Tom Singer, Helen Marlo, Gilda Frantz, John Hill and many more.If you want to get to know someone, listen to their story of home. Intimacy builds as we ask: Where do you come from? What did you leave behind? Where do you feel safe? In Sanctuary, these questions are explored by Jungian analysts, architects and histor...
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    43,80 €

  • Tent City, Seattle
    Tony Sparks
    Transforms our understanding of being unhoused in the United StatesTent City 3 provides Seattle’s unhoused people with a place to create and sustain not just shelter but a home. In 2000 it became one of the first organized, peer-operated tent encampments in the city, a type of community that has become more common throughout the West Coast and the United States in the interveni...
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    135,10 €

  • Prisoners of Poverty Abroad
    Helen Campbell
     The studies which follow, the result of fifteen months’ observation abroad, deal directly with the workers in all trades open to women, though, from causes explained in the opening chapter, less from the side of actual figures than the preceding volume, the material for which was gathered in New York. But as months have gone on, it has become plain that many minds are also at ...
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    13,36 €

  • Aventura Urbana
    Arnaldo Martinez Carrasco
    Vivenciando a dura realidade de viver nas ruas de uma metropole. ...
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    10,38 €

  • How the other half lives
    How the other half lives interrogates contemporary social and spatial inequalities in housing, urban design, place-making, austerity, notions of deservedness and transnational mobility. ...
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    35,73 €

  • Lazarones
    Lino Porto
    Pequenas crônicas poéticas (na falta de termo melhor) escritas por Lino Porto ao longo de sua vida e compiladas no ano de 2022, retratam seuconvíviocom mendigos e pedintes da vizinhança, comparando-os a pobres poetas: uns são andarilhos reais, de carne e osso, enquanto outros são lazarones de alma, a mendigar em busca de um lugar ao sol poético, contentando-se em sobreviver de ...
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    7,70 €

  • Illuminating Lives
    Mike L
    In 'Illuminating Lives,' embark on a transformative journey through the heart of electrification in rural landscapes. This compelling exploration delves into the untold stories of communities transcending the darkness, revealing the multifaceted impact of bringing electricity to the remotest corners of the world. Uncover the historical tapestry of electrification efforts, traci...
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    32,67 €

  • Homeless
    Marcia A. Murphy
    This book addresses the tragic suffering of the homeless. When we can get to the root causes of homelessness, identify them, and address them, this is helpful in assisting those who are unhoused. By sharing the story of one extraordinary individual, the author illustrates how many factors are involved in a person’s past that are interrelated and which influence each other’s out...
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    12,10 €

  • Homeless
    Marcia A. Murphy
    This book addresses the tragic suffering of the homeless. When we can get to the root causes of homelessness, identify them, and address them, this is helpful in assisting those who are unhoused. By sharing the story of one extraordinary individual, the author illustrates how many factors are involved in a person’s past that are interrelated and which influence each other’s out...
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    25,05 €

  • Homeless Prevention - Evidence-Based Interventions and Strategies
    Carolyn Flowers / Cornel Stemley
    'Explore ’Unveiling the Unseen: A Novel Approach to Homelessness’ on Lulu Book Publishing and major bookstores worldwide. Authored by Dr. Cornel D. Stemley, this self-published work provides fresh insights into homelessness, analyzing Homeless Outreach Team perspectives. From historical roots to effective solutions, this book offers a compelling narrative. ...
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    24,50 €

  • A Belated Industry
    Jane Addams
    At the turn of the 20th century, social reformer Jane Addams provides a thought-provoking look at the economic vulnerabilities facing young working women in America’s industrial centers. Addams’ account draws on her groundbreaking work at Chicago’s Hull House settlement, casting an empathetic yet unflinching eye on the harsh realities of poverty and gender inequality.Through pi...
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    5,26 €

  • O Mundo Digital E A Escola
    Iraci Fernanda Beatryz Sousa Rodrigues (orgs) Ronaldo Silva Júnior Bárbara Vieira Andrade
    PREFÁCIO07Claudeilson Pinheiro PessoaDESAFIOS E PRÁTICAS DO USO DE TECNOLOGIAS DIGITAIS NAS ESCOLAS ESTADUAIS DE ENSINO MÉDIO DE TEMPO PARCIAL EM CURURUPU-MA14Enoque de Asevedo Fonseca & Ícaro Rodrigues LavorEAD EM TEMPOS DE PANDEMIA: DESAFIOS ENFRENTADOS NO CURSO DE ESPECIALIZAÇÃO EM INFORMÁTICA NA EDUCAÇÃO POLO CAXIAS/MA38Manoel Dionizio Morais Neto, Marco Aurélio de Almeida...
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    12,11 €

  • Breaking the Poverty Code
    Yedith Betzabé Guillén-Fernández
    Transcending the Mexican context, this book fuses the importance of statistical data with the lived realities of impoverished people everywhere. ...
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    80,87 €

  • How the Other Half Lives
    Jacob Riis
    'How the Other Half Lives' by Jacob Riis sheds fascinating light on how our immigrants in the 1800’s lived in New York City. A must-read for Americans whose family has been in the U.S. for only a few generations, this book tells what it was really like in the slums. Whether Irish, Italian, Jewish, Chinese or Polish, German, Russian, hordes of refugees ended up in New York on th...
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    10,28 €

  • The Political Theory of Salvage
    Jason Kosnoski
    Explores the political and theoretical significance of the use of salvaging discarded materials by social movements during their protest activities. ...
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    43,04 €

  • Warrior Reborn
    Clark Wiginton
    Born into obscurity, poverty, and indifference in the 1960s in the heart of the African wilderness, Kisemei Kupe experienced neglect, hunger, loneliness, misdirection, abuse, and danger to a degree that very few in our Western culture could imagine. Reaching out for help, he devoted himself to Islam only to find himself in acute despair and hopelessness. Yet in the midst of the...
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    18,82 €

  • Sonhar Não É Pecado:
    Leandro Rocha Pereira
    Este livro é resultado de uma série de entrevistas realizadas em 2003 pelo jornalista Leandro Rocha Pereira.Portanto, há mais de vinte anos mas que guardam uma inquietante atualidade que reclama uma reflexão crítica.O cenário registrado naquele período (2.003), ainda se faz presente em grandes cidades deste País chamado Brasil, bem como, em outros países, tendo em vista que a p...
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    13,29 €

  • Inner-City Blues
    Darvin Anton Adams
    Black theology’s addressing of economic poverty in the Black neighborhoods and communities of the United States gives substantive reasoning to the fact that Black poverty is a theological problem. In connecting the narrative of idolatry to the irreversible harm that is associated with all forms of poverty, this new book interlocks the racial subjugation of Black Americans with ...
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    42,61 €

  • Inner-City Blues
    Darvin Anton Adams
    Black theology’s addressing of economic poverty in the Black neighborhoods and communities of the United States gives substantive reasoning to the fact that Black poverty is a theological problem. In connecting the narrative of idolatry to the irreversible harm that is associated with all forms of poverty, this new book interlocks the racial subjugation of Black Americans with ...
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    29,44 €

  • Glasgow Boy’s Walk of Life
    Patrick Munro
    Experience an inspiring journey through poverty, abuse, survival, and enlightenment in the tough East End of Glasgow in 'Glasgow Boy’s Walk of Life.' Follow Patrick Munro’s young life as he navigates through the challenges with his quirky humour and cocky attitude, alleviating the sickness and awfulness that surrounds him.Through his disjointed family life, Patrick constantly s...
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    15,93 €

  • Unsheltered Love
    Traci Medford-Rosow
    Unsheltered Love provides a first-hand reported account of how the homeless in New York City survived the pandemic. ...
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    16,42 €

  • Income Inequality in America
    Robert Rycroft / Stacey Jones
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    81,92 €

  • The Social Protection Indicator for the Pacific
    Asian Development Bank
    This report presents an analysis of 2018 social protection data from the Asian Development Bank’s 14 Pacific developing member countries. It uses the bank’s Social Protection Indicator to assess the level of resources invested in social protection, the extent of coverage, and the benefit levels of social protection programs. Further data disaggregation provides the distribution...
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    44,31 €

  • The Political Theory of Salvage
    Jason Kosnoski
    Explores the political and theoretical significance of the use of salvaging discarded materials by social movements during their protest activities. ...
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    121,43 €

  • Everybody wins
    Bart Cools / Bruno Rouffaer
    Although the situation has evolved favorably since the turn of the century, there are still hundreds of millions of people on this planet who do not have regular access to the most basic healthcare, basic education, potable water, toilets, food, and housing. A situation that is unimaginable for most of us and difficult to reconcile with the technological advances we are making ...
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    22,08 €

  • International And Domestic War Brings Social Influence
    John Lok
    This book concerns to research how war influences any countries’ economy development. In Part one , chapter one concerns what international war influences. I shall explain whether wars can impact economy threat.  I shall indicate  how  First World War influenced Europe economy ;  what  US economic consequences of war  are   ; how can economy policy influence peace and security ...
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    11,89 €

  • Small Loans, Big Dreams, 2022 Edition
    Alex Counts
    Microfinance-providing low-interest loans and other financial services to help the poorest people lift themselves out of poverty-was pioneered by the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. In 2006, the bank and its founder, Muhammad Yunus, were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and microfinance has since gone on to serve over 100 million people-mostly women-on five continents.First p...
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    19,48 €