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Illustrated with thousands of illuminating line drawings, this vintage consultant finds almost each mystery of a building's functionality: the way it stands up, retains its occupants secure and cozy, will get equipped, grows outdated, and dies-and why a few structures do that rather a lot larger than others. Drawing on issues he is realized from the various structures he himself designed (and occasionally outfitted along with his personal hands), Edward Allen explains complicated phenomena reminiscent of the function of the sunlight in heating structures and the variety of structural units which are used for aid, from trusses and bearing partitions to post-tensioned concrete beams and corbeled vaults.
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Spencer-Oatey (eds), Intercultural Communication. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 341–359. Piller, I. and Pavlenko, A. (2004), ‘Bilingualism and gender’, in Bhatia, T. and W. Ritchie (eds), The Handbook of Bilingualism. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 489–511. Piller, I. and Pavlenko, A. (2007), ‘Globalization, Gender, and Multilingualism’, in Decke-Cornhill, H. and L. Volkmann (eds), Gender Studies and Foreign Language Teaching. Tu ˝bingen, Germany: Gunter Narr Verlag, pp. 15–30. Piller, I. and Takahashi, K.
1 Language Skills as Human Capital A growing separatist movement in Quebec, where French is the majority language, and the discovery that competence in only the French language was associated with lower income (Migué, 1970; Durocher and Linteau, 1971; Breton and Mieszkowski, 1977) triggered a range of studies about the economic utility of languages and their effects on earnings (reviewed in Christofides and Swidinsky, 1998). Research about the relationship of language and income distribution was also carried out in other multilingual countries such as the United States (Bloom and Grenier, 1996; Chiswick, 1978) and Switzerland (Grin, 1999), among others.
The first example of ways in which public discourses structure private desires comes from research on Americans on study abroad. In the United States, study abroad has traditionally been perceived as a gendered enterprise, which sends ‘wealthy women to academically weak European programs established in a frivolous Grand Tour tradition’ (Gore, 2005: 24). 5 per cent of the participants in organized study abroad. A particularly popular location for these students is France, whose irresistible eternal femininity has been commodified in numerous publications for American women on how to discover their ‘inner French girl’ (Ollivier, 2003) or eat for pleasure – like French women do!