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‘secretly’.
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Es importante destacar que, en la mayoria de las definiciones, los autores se centran en el consumo simbolico de "productos" (Landon, 1974; Csikszentmihalyi y RochbergHalton, 1981; Belk, 1984; McCracken, 1987; Lorenzi, 1991; Clammer, 1992; Dittmar, 1992; Ger y Belk, 1996; Fenollar y Ruiz 2006).
A number of shellfish management tools are available to clammers and stewardship committees to help increase or improve harvests.
Yoshio Sugimoto, An Introduction to Japanese Society (1997); John Clammer, Japan and Its Others (2001); Ian J.
If a clammer played the shell game correctly, he or she could make $1,000 a season.
Un contexte qui n'est pas sans rappeler celui d'ordre tout aussi phenomenologique prone, entre autres, par Ingold (2000), et Poirier, Schwimmer et Clammer (2004).
By the late 1980s, the new materials they produced (Greig, Pike, & Selby, 1987; Beddis, 1988) were challenging the parochialism and conservatism of much that was previously available and were being joined by other exciting texts (Hopkin & Morris, 1987; Clammer et al, 1987).
As John Clammer suggests, "[s]elf-cultivation, a practice (or wide range of practices) with its roots in Confucianism, is, for example, an ancient art in Japan, and is not confused or identified with narcissism.
The groundbreaking took place in the shadow and construction clammer of the already-underway 47-story South Office Tower, which, when completed, will become the headquarters of Coach Inc.
Clammer, Straits Chinese Society: Studies in the Sociology of the Baba Communities of Malaysia and Singapore (Singapore; Singapore University Press, 1980); Tan Chee Beng, The Baba of Melaka: Culture and Identity of a Chinese Peranakan Community in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur: Pelanduk Publications, 1988); Felix Chia, The Babas (Singapore: Times Books International, 1980); Chia, Ala Sayang: A Social History of the Babas and Nyonyas (Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 1983); Khoo Joo Ee, The Straits Chinese: A Cultural History (Amsterdam: Pepin Press, 1996).
20) John Clammer argues that the interplay between the foreign and the domestic in Japanese society points to an ongoing maintenance of difference--seen, in his analysis, in various material aspects like food, fashion, architecture, and the like.
Red Gilbert in left is the great hitter who is a free spirit who mayor may not show up at game time; Reddy Clammer in center is a showboat who struts, poses, makes easy plays look hard to keep himself in the limelight; and Reddy Ray the right fielder (carried over from Grey's earlier novel) is the natural--a college star, a .
As John Clammer says in Japan and Its Others: Globalization, Difference and the Critique of Modernity: