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Ghettonation
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ghet-to n. (Merriam-Webster dictionary) Italian, from Venetian dialect ghèto island where Jews were forced to live; literally, foundry (located on the island), from ghetàr, to cast; from Latin jactare to throw 1: a quarter of a city in which Jews were formerly required to live 2: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure 3a: an isolated group b: a situation that resembles a ghetto especially in conferring inferior status or limiting opportunity ghet-to adj. (twenty-first-century everyday parlance) 1a: behavior that makes you want to say 'Huh?' b: actions that seem to go against basic home training and common sense 2: used to describe something with inferior status or limited opportunity. Usually used with 'so.' ; 3: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. 4: common misusage: authentic, Black, keepin' it real As current and all-consuming as 'ghetto' is in these days of gold teeth, weaves (blond and red), Pepsi-filled baby bottles, and babymamas, ghetto has a long history. The original ghetto was in the Jewish quarter of Venice, a Catholic city. Before it became the Jewish quarter, this area contained an iron foundry or ghèto, hence the name. These days, ghetto no longer refers to where you live, but to how you live. It is a mindset, and not limited to a class or a race. Some things are worth repeating: ghetto is not limited to a class or a race. Ghetto is found in the heart of the nation's inner cities as well as the heart of the nation's most cherished suburbs; among those too young to understand (we hope) and those old enough to know better; in little white houses, and all the way to the White House; in corporate corridors, Ivy League havens, and, of course, Hollywood. More devastating, ghetto is also packaged in the form of music, TV, books, and movies, and then sold around the world. Bottom line: ghetto is contagious, and no one is immune, no matter how much we like to suck our teeth and shake our heads at what we think is only happening someplace else… From an award-winning journalist and cultural commentator comes a provocative examination of the impact of 'ghetto' mores, attitudes, and lifestyles on urban communities and American culture in general. Infused with humor and entertaining asides-including lists of events and people that the author nominates for the Ghetto Hall of Fame, and a short section written entirely in ghetto slang-Ghettonation is a timely and engrossing report on a controversial social phenomenon. Like Bill Cosby's infamous, much-discussed comments about the problems within the Black community today, it is sure to trigger widespread interest and heated debate.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
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So Pretty It Hurts
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From Kate White, the New York Times bestselling author of the Bailey Weggins mystery series and several standalone novels, comes So Pretty It Hurts, fans of If Looks Could Kill, Over Her Dead Body, and Lethally Blond have been waiting for. Bailey Weggins, the sassy amateur sleuth and true-crime journalist, is in a good place. She's enjoying her regular gig at Buzz, a leading celebrity magazine, getting freelance work, and hoping her first book will garner attention. In the love department, she's finally back in the game with her recently-turned-exclusive boyfriend, Beau Regan. When Beau heads out of town one early December weekend, Bailey accepts an invitation from her office friend Jessie to a music mogul's house in the country, hoping for a fun, relaxing getaway. But a weird tension settles over the houseguests—a glamorous crowd that includes the famously thin supermodel Devon Barr. An impending snowstorm only adds to the unease. So when Devon's lifeless body is found in her bed, Bailey immediately suspects foul play: she can't stop thinking of the day before, when a frightened Devon shivered in the woods and pleaded, 'I have to get out of here. . . . It's not safe for me.” When Bailey starts to nose around, she finds herself a moving target—running closer to the truth and straight into danger. She's determined to find out who's responsible, but her investigation could provoke the killer into striking again...

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 06.06.2020
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Ghettonation
5,70 € *
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ghet-to n. (Merriam-Webster dictionary) Italian, from Venetian dialect ghèto island where Jews were forced to live; literally, foundry (located on the island), from ghetàr, to cast; from Latin jactare to throw 1: a quarter of a city in which Jews were formerly required to live 2: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure 3a: an isolated group b: a situation that resembles a ghetto especially in conferring inferior status or limiting opportunity ghet-to adj. (twenty-first-century everyday parlance) 1a: behavior that makes you want to say 'Huh?' b: actions that seem to go against basic home training and common sense 2: used to describe something with inferior status or limited opportunity. Usually used with 'so.' ; 3: a quarter of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. 4: common misusage: authentic, Black, keepin' it real As current and all-consuming as 'ghetto' is in these days of gold teeth, weaves (blond and red), Pepsi-filled baby bottles, and babymamas, ghetto has a long history. The original ghetto was in the Jewish quarter of Venice, a Catholic city. Before it became the Jewish quarter, this area contained an iron foundry or ghèto, hence the name. These days, ghetto no longer refers to where you live, but to how you live. It is a mindset, and not limited to a class or a race. Some things are worth repeating: ghetto is not limited to a class or a race. Ghetto is found in the heart of the nation's inner cities as well as the heart of the nation's most cherished suburbs; among those too young to understand (we hope) and those old enough to know better; in little white houses, and all the way to the White House; in corporate corridors, Ivy League havens, and, of course, Hollywood. More devastating, ghetto is also packaged in the form of music, TV, books, and movies, and then sold around the world. Bottom line: ghetto is contagious, and no one is immune, no matter how much we like to suck our teeth and shake our heads at what we think is only happening someplace else… From an award-winning journalist and cultural commentator comes a provocative examination of the impact of 'ghetto' mores, attitudes, and lifestyles on urban communities and American culture in general. Infused with humor and entertaining asides-including lists of events and people that the author nominates for the Ghetto Hall of Fame, and a short section written entirely in ghetto slang-Ghettonation is a timely and engrossing report on a controversial social phenomenon. Like Bill Cosby's infamous, much-discussed comments about the problems within the Black community today, it is sure to trigger widespread interest and heated debate.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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So Pretty It Hurts
8,99 € *
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From Kate White, the New York Times bestselling author of the Bailey Weggins mystery series and several standalone novels, comes So Pretty It Hurts, fans of If Looks Could Kill, Over Her Dead Body, and Lethally Blond have been waiting for. Bailey Weggins, the sassy amateur sleuth and true-crime journalist, is in a good place. She's enjoying her regular gig at Buzz, a leading celebrity magazine, getting freelance work, and hoping her first book will garner attention. In the love department, she's finally back in the game with her recently-turned-exclusive boyfriend, Beau Regan. When Beau heads out of town one early December weekend, Bailey accepts an invitation from her office friend Jessie to a music mogul's house in the country, hoping for a fun, relaxing getaway. But a weird tension settles over the houseguests—a glamorous crowd that includes the famously thin supermodel Devon Barr. An impending snowstorm only adds to the unease. So when Devon's lifeless body is found in her bed, Bailey immediately suspects foul play: she can't stop thinking of the day before, when a frightened Devon shivered in the woods and pleaded, 'I have to get out of here. . . . It's not safe for me.” When Bailey starts to nose around, she finds herself a moving target—running closer to the truth and straight into danger. She's determined to find out who's responsible, but her investigation could provoke the killer into striking again...

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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