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Identity Crisis

Author : Joe Maples
ISBN : 9781435718234
Genre : Poetry
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Identity Crisis is a collection of poems expressing the struggle with self identity and interpersonal relationships, while coping with the past and present.

Identity Crisis Of Sri Lankan Muslims

Author : Vasundhara Mohan
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Genre : Muslims
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Identity Crisis

Author : Laura Scott
ISBN : 9781459227934
Genre : Fiction
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Gage Drummond's ex-fiancée is missing and in grave danger. Her identical twin sister is his only chance of finding her. But an accident has left Mallory Roth with amnesia. Still, Mallory is more than willing to help search for answers to secure Alyssa's safe return. But it soon becomes clear that Mallory isn't acting like herself. In fact, minute by minute, Mallory reminds Gage more and more of the woman he's desperate to find. And with one sister missing and another missing memories, it's obvious their enemies are playing for keeps. Can they discover the truth—before it's too late?

Identity Crisis

Author : Laura Scott
ISBN : 9780373444908
Genre : Fiction
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WHERE IS HER TWIN? Gage Drummond's ex-fiancé e is missing and in grave danger. Her identical twin sister is his only chance of finding her. But an accident has left Mallory Roth with amnesia. Still, Mallory is more than willing to help search for answers to secure Alyssa's safe return. But it soon becomes clear that Mallory isn't acting like herself. In fact, minute by minute, Mallory reminds Gage more and more of the woman he's desperate to find. And with one sister missing and another missing memories, it's obvious their enemies are playing for keeps. Can they discover the truth-before it's too late?

Identity Crisis

Author : Marc Sumerak
ISBN : 0785128697
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Four adventures of the popular superhero feature battles with the Taskmaster, a baddy built of bees, the Fantastic Four, and the Mighty Thor, as Spider-Man struggles to keep his identity hidden.

Identity Crisis

Author : Jeff Fisher
ISBN : 1581809395
Genre : Design
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"Through detailed, illustrated case studies, Identity Crisis! presents the obstacles that graphic designers - and their clients - may face when an identity starts to lose its luster and target market appeal. This volume showcases redesigns of logos, stationery, signage, websites, menus, environment and collateral items, as well as the stories behind the process. Over 400 illustrative elements - "befores" and "afters" - provide the inspiration for a solution to any identity crisis."--BOOK JACKET.

Identity Crisis

Author : Jim Harper
ISBN : 9781933995366
Genre : Law
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The advance of identification technology-biometrics, identity cards, surveillance, databases, dossiers-threatens privacy, civil liberties, and related human interests. Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, demands for identification in the name of security have increased. In this insightful book, Jim Harper takes readers inside identification-a process everyone uses every day but few people have ever thought about. Using stories and examples from movies, television, and classic literature, Harper dissects identification processes and technologies, showing how identification works when it works and how it fails when it fails. Harper exposes the myth that identification can protect against future terrorist attacks. He shows that a U.S. national identification card, created by Congress in the REAL ID Act, is a poor way to secure the country or its citizens. A national ID represents a transfer of power from individuals to institutions, and that transfer threatens liberty, enables identity fraud, and subjects people to unwanted surveillance. Instead of a uniform, government-controlled identification system, Harper calls for a competitive, responsive identification and credentialing industry that meets the mix of consumer demands for privacy, security, anonymity, and accountability. Identification should be a risk-reducing strategy in a social system, Harper concludes, not a rivet to pin humans to governmental or economic machinery.

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