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Critical examination of the view that mainstream journalists are too close to the intelligence and security services:Akademische Schriftenreihe. 3. Auflage Urs Endhardt
Darryl Littleton, pka D´Militant, is a comedy historian, a writer, a stand-up comedian, a producer, and an actor. Known for his crackling wit as well as his slicing and incisive social and political commentary, in Too Raw for Mainstream he gives you his uncensored opinions on today´s topics. No subject is out of bounds, no topic too sensitive, no commentary too raw. D´Militant has mentored and written for over 100 comedians. He started his career writing sketches for The Tom Joyner Morning Show on CBS Radio. Soon afterward, he became a regular at the world-famous Comedy Store. It didn´t take long before Darryl became exclusive writer for D. L. Hughley during his tenure as host of BET´s Comic View. He moved on to be writer/producer for the show, where he penned material for Cedric the Entertainer, Sommore, and Don DC Curry. He traveled with Katt Williams as his writer and opener on the road at the height of Katt´s fame. On camera, he has guest starred on Robert Townsend´s WB sitcom The Parent Hood; been seen as a recurring performer on Townsend´s variety show Townsend Television for Fox; and appeared on HBO´s Def Comedy Jam, Comedy Central´s Make Me Laugh, Martin Lawrence´s 1st Amendment, Telemundo´s Loco Comedy Jam, Byron Allen´s Comic´s Unleashed, and ABC´s America´s Funniest People, where he was the grand prize winner. Darryl has toured Europe and Asia as a stand-up comedian, performed for the US military, toured the nation as a public speaker, and cohosted the radio program Tuezdae´s with D´Militant (2013). He is a published author of five books. His first book, Black Comedians on Black Comedy, is part of the curriculum at USC and has been adapted as a full-length documentary entitled Why We Laugh, which made its premier at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009 and was broadcast on Showtime in 2010. Darryl Littleton is the first African American 1. Language: English. Narrator: D´ Militant. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/roar/000174/pf_roar_000174_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The late Carl Rogers, founder of the humanistic psychology movement, revolutionized psychotherapy with his concept of client-centered therapy. His influence has spanned decades, but that influence has become so much a part of mainstream psychology that the ingenious nature of his work has almost been forgotten. Houghton Mifflin is delighted to introduce this preeminent psychologist to the next generation with a new edition of this landmark book.
Impressive Deception offers an inside look at the deceiving portrayal of evolution by the media and in our public schools. DeeDee Briski uncovers the media bias that forms the basis of the worldview that has become the accepted view in our mainstream educational systems. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Pond. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/122539/bk_acx0_122539_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book investigates the relationship among the notions of meaning, content, and what is said. It is widely held that indexicals words like ´this´, ´I´, or ´today´ contribute their reference, and nothing but their reference, to the semantic content, and thereby undermine any tentative identification of semantic content with lexical meaning. Against the mainstream view, Isidora Stojanovic argues that semantic content is lexical meaning, for indexical and non-indexical expressions alike. In Chapter 1, she lays down the proposal in all due detail, explaining how to think of the semantic content of sentences containing indexicals, and articulating the relationship between content, truth, and reference. In Chapter 2, she presents a number of problems for the existing accounts of what is said, and then shows that if we think of semantic content along the lines of her proposal, we may account for the problematic cases while identifying the asserted content (or what is said) with semantic content. In Chapter 3, she extends her account to definite descriptions, epistemic modals, and proper names.