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Inside The Home Outside The Law

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Genre : Child labor
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Children And Media Outside The Home

Author : K. Vered
ISBN : 9780230583979
Genre : Social Science
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Karen Orr Vered demonstrates how children's media play contributes to their acquisition of media literacy. Theorizing after-school care as intermediary space, a large-scale ethnographic study informs this theory-rich and practical discussion of children's media use beyond home and classroom.

Simple Home Repairs Outside

Author : United States. Extension Service
ISBN : MINN:31951002837229S
Genre : Repairing
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Management Problems Of Homemakers Employed Outside The Home

Author : Mildred Weigley Wood
ISBN : UOM:39015077094004
Genre : Home economics
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Home Outside

Author : Julie Moir Messervy
ISBN : 1600850081
Genre : House & Home
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Not So Big Remodeling introduces the Not So Big philosophy (quality vs. quantity; less can be more; putting pounds into character rather than into square footage) and suggests how it can serve as an approach to remodelling. You can remodel Not So Big, with small changes that have a big impact and you can remodel incrementally, as you have the time and money to do so. Even when you remodel your whole house at once, it's usually best to conceive of the remodel as a series of Not So Big changes. Taken together, these Not So Big changes can transform your house into a place that's right for the way you really live.

Outside The Not So Big House

Author : Julie Moir Messervy
ISBN : 9781600850202
Genre : House & Home
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A companion volume to Inside the Not So Big House explains how to create a seamless transition between indoor space and outdoor living through a consideration of the building in relation to the surrounding land and the development of a landscape design that links the inside and outside. Reprint.

Home Environments

Author : Irwin Altman
ISBN : 9781489922663
Genre : Psychology
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The present volume in the series focuses on homes, residences, and dwellings. Although many fields have had a long-standing interest in different aspects of home environments, the topic has recently come to the forefront in the interdisciplinary environment and behavior field. Researchers and theorists from many disciplines have begun to meet regularly, share ideas and perspectives, and move the investigation of psychological, social, and behavioral aspects of home environments to the central arena of environment and behavior studies. This volume representative-though not comprehensive attempts to provide a sampling of contemporary perspectives on the study of home environments. As in previous volumes, the authors are drawn from a variety of disciplines, including environmental design fields of architecture and planning, and from the social science fields of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and history. This diversity of authors and perspectives makes salient the principle that the study of homes in relation to behav ior requires the contributions of many disciplines. Moreover, the chap ters in this volume reflect an array of research and theoretical view points, different scales of home environments (e.g., objects and areas, the home as a whole, the home as embedded in neighborhood and communities, etc.), design and policy issues, and, necessarily, a com parative and cross-cultural perspective. Home environments are at the core of human life in most cultures, and it is hoped that the contributions to this volume display the excite ment, potential, and importance of research and theory on homes.

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Simple Home Repair

Author : Judy Ostrow
ISBN : 9781101043349
Genre : House & Home
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How many readers does it take to change a light bulb? Only one - if he or she is armed with this book! Rather than focus on the big projects that most homeowners would wisely leave to professionals, it concentrates on the common repairs that everyone encounters and anyone can do, with the right instruction, including repairing holes and dents in drywall; fixing popped nails in walls; checking and replacing fuses; unclogging drains; replacing light fixtures; fixing squeaky floors; repairing cracked tile and damaged carpet; replacing screens; screening gutters; and much more. ?Contains 250 to 300 step-by-step illustrations

Learning Science Outside The Classroom

Author : Martin Braund
ISBN : 9780415321167
Genre : Education
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This book shows how a wide range of contexts for learning science can be used outside of the classroom, and includes learning: at museums, science centres and planetaria from newspapers, magazines and through ICT at industrial sites and through science trails at zoos, farms, botanic gardens, residential centres and freshwater habitats in school grounds. With contributions from well known and respected practitioners in all fields of science education and through using case studies, Learning Science Outside the Classroom offers practical guidance for teachers, assistant teaching staff and student teachers involved in primary and secondary education. It will help enable them to widen the scientific experience and understanding of pupils. The advice in this book has been checked for safety by CLEAPSS.

199 Great Home Businesses You Can Start And Succeed In For Under 1 000

Author : Tyler G. Hicks
ISBN : 9780307576217
Genre : Business & Economics
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Turn Your Dream of Starting a Home-Based Business into Reality! It's incredibly easy to start a money-making business right from the comfort of your own home. Millions of people just like you are enjoying the freedom—and extra income—of working for themselves. You can too. In 199 Great Home Businesses You Can Start (and Succeed In) for Under $1,000, home-based business guru Tyler Hicks shows you how to achieve your work-at-home dream. Inside you'll learn the secrets to: ·Choosing the home-based business that's just right for you ·Getting started in your business with minimal cost ·Building your fortune doing what you love ·Running a business from home while keeping your day job ·Using the Internet to advertise and promote your home-based business ·And much more! This invaluable book will help you begin your promising new life today as a successful home-based entrepreneur!

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