Want to be a freelancer or entrepreneur? Having trouble getting your home business started? Or maybe you're already freelancing but having limited success. This book contains tips, tricks and advice on how to successfully freelance from a successful digital creative working in the game and film industry. Learn helpful techniques on developing a good freelance lifestyle, how and where to look for clients and how to communicate with them, we even look into the dreaded subject of freelance admin. Whatever your freelance capacity is you'll most certainly find something useful in How To Freelance - Tips, Tricks and Advice.
This study presents us with an insightful sociological exploration of sexual practice, within five different types of relationship and from varying perspectives of gender and age: lifelong love; serial loves; searching; devitalized relations, and parallel relations. Based on the accounts of almost two hundred adults in Finland, these real-life experiences reflect the way in which sexuality has evolved both within the lifetime of the individual, and over generations. Also examined is the impact of major historical events on love and sexual relationships - from war to economic crisis - and that of the 'spirit of the age': from the emancipatory zeal of the 1960s to the new-age holistic ideals in the 1980s.
Taking an eclectic and evolutionary approach to signs, this text sees the sign as a fundamental part of human development. It offers integrative models of semiosis that utilize both American and European approaches to explore dreams, numbering signs, mythic narrative, and new signs. As signifying creatures, we fear the false creation "signifying nothing" because, like Macbeth, we think of them as daggers of the mind that raise questions about the reality of our signs, about signs as tools of creation and power, about the dark terrors (and lighter joys) that exist in human desire, and about the signs and the mind. This text looks at the daggers of the mind to argue that signs are in their basic structure ambivalent, joyfully perineal and eternally tricksters of the mind. They are, at base, generative things creating as much as they refer.
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