This textbook offers an innovative introduction to the study of English language and the practice, skills and strategies of creative writing. It is unique in helping to develop both a better appreciation of how language is used and the skills to successfully craft writing in distinctive ways.
The film industry is seeking fresh screenwriting talent, but today's writers don't just need to be accomplished at their craft - they need to be highly creative. The Creative Screenwriter is a workbook of inspiring writing exercises to sharpen the writer's talents.
The world has changed, and with it the writing life. Writers must now consider a slew of "new media" promotion opportunities: blogs, social networks, mini-feeds, and podcasts, to name just a few. Booklife will provide you with the strategic and tactical intel to develop your writing career and thrive in this new environment.
This study arises from a research programme dealing with the social problems created by youth unemployment in Western industrialized societies. Unemployed young people are interviewed in depth, and their accounts show the various methods used to cope with the problems.
Introduces the principles and philosophies of marketing for schools, and the concepts of supply and demand, segmentation and buying behaviour. The author goes on to cover advanced approaches, marketing research methods particularly suitable for schools, and strategic analysis and planning.
New Age Travellers are a hybrid phenomenon: part youth subculture, part alternative lifestyle and part social movement. Their cultural politics has had an impact on many young people in Britain. This book describes the emergence and character of the travellers' way of life in the 1980s and 1990s.
This book is an authoritative inquiry into some of the most turbulent events in the history of Eastern Europe. By considering three key themes: modernism, nationalism and empire, Armour analyzes how the foundations of nationalism developed from within an environment of widespread social turmoil.