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Rezension: Social Media as Surveillance http://criminologia.de/2014/03/rezension-social-media-surveillance/

Rezension des Buches: Daniel Trottier Social Media as Surveillance. Rethinking Visibility in a Converging World.

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A life changing book through and through. A must read & completely approachable for the non-scientist that is moi! The Secret Dangers of Everyday Things - we are now a phthalate-, BPA-, and Teflon-free home!

**** It takes stamina to finish The Lives of Others. It is definitely not for the faint-hearted amongst us. Mukherjee confronts us with a world in which tradition and development clash. He takes us along in the intricate Grosh family and relates their world to that of India and a militant communistic party. He makes us see that a wealthy and supposedly important family that adheres to the strict rule of caste creates its own downfall by taking wrong decisions and clinging to the past.

Neel Mukherjee

Calcutta, Unnoticed by his family, Supratik has become dangerously involved in extremist political activism. Compelled by an idealistic desire to change his life and the world around him, he leaves home, while the family begins to crumble.

A spectacular book that will make you ask "what have I done with my life".

The Glass Castle - Jeannette Walls - A riveting memoir -must read

In 956, AL Masudi.....

The myth of Columbus discovering America is just plain false. Muslims knew about it hundreds of years before him.

Bringing Up Father Volume 2: Of Cabbages And Kings by George McManus. $27.16. 272 pages. Publication: April 16, 2013. Author: George McManus. Series - Bringing Up Father. Publisher: IDW Publishing (April 16, 2013). "Bringing Up Father Volume 2: Of Cabbages And Kings".                                                         Show more                               Show less

"Bringing Up Father," created by George McManus Cover from Vol. 2 of The Library of American Comics reprints, covering

No I'm not a psycho with all these books on serial killers. One of my majors in college was Sociology and the other was Criminal Justice so serial killers fall under both. Particularly when one class is on deviant behavior. It was a good reference book for school, but it's interesting just to read as well.

The Encyclopedia Of Serial Killers, by Michael Newton. Okay - it's not that I 'love' this book. It is fascinating though.