11 edition of Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance found in the catalog.
by Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Data on our dreams, our night terrors and early morning sweating jags, the very substance of our unconscious selves, turn into more fuel for systems both pitiless and inscrutable. Our Hidden History of Corporations in the United States. How our early colonists tried to control corporations and slowly-finally, unavoidably, failed. When American colonists declared independence from England in , they also freed themselves from control by English corporations that extracted their wealth and dominated trade.
Today we know that corporations, for good or bad, are major influences on our lives. For example, of the largest economies in the world, 51 are corporations while only 49 are countries, based on a comparison of corporate sales and country GDPs (See the facts page for more examples). In this era of globalization, marginalized people are becoming especially angry at the motives of. In ancient times, people who were dissatisfied with their lives dreamed of finding magic lamps, buried treasure, or streets paved with gold. Today, we know that it’s up to us to change our lives. And the best part is, if we change our own life, we can help others change .
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Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance presents alternatives to being victimized by a pressure-cooker lifestyle and buffeted by the winds of global change. It draws the connections between our lives and the culture, the economy, and the vast forces moving us closer to the edge/5(5).
Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance shows the links between our mundane everyday struggles and the global corporate economy, image-driven media, and the relentless pace which consumes us all. And it tells us how we can change things by Author: Ellen Augustine.
The authors' suggestions for countering corporate domination and taking back lives are really rather limited. They propose taking the initiative to turn off the TV, take on a development task, cut back on consumption, do volunteer work, find meaningful employment, shop locally, etc/5.
Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance shows the links between our mundane everyday struggles and the global corporate economy, image-driven media, and the relentless pace which consumes us all. And it tells us how we can change things /5(2). ““Taking Back Our Lives is a powerful examination of the forces we all face in a society pulling us away from our authentic, deeper selves.
It offers refreshing solutions that speak to the heart and uplift our spirits.” —Scott and Shannon Peck, coauthors of Liberating Your Magnificence: 25 Keys to Loving and Healing Yourself “Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance.
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Access a free summary of Taking Back Our Lives In The Age of Corporate Dominance, by Ellen Schwartz and Suzanne Stoddard other business, leadership and nonfiction books on getAbstract.5/10(). Taking Back Our Liveschallenges and inspires. The authors present information about the modern corporate world that is deeply troubling.
But they don’t stop there. These two women combine the hard-hitting facts with readily available tools for reclaiming our democracy, our work lives, our children, and our time.
Taking Back Our Lives is a. Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance by Ellen Schwartz and Suzanne Stoddard (Berrett-Koehler, $) ably links "personal" problems like overwork, debt, and family alienation to increased corporate control of our time and resources.
With the can-do attitude of a self-help book, this primer on corporate evils takes the reader. Ellen Augustine Schwartz, author of Taking Back Our Lives in the Age of Corporate Dominance Libary Journal Starred Review- Wilson's story of greed, politics, polluters, and outright dishonesty is one we have unfortunately heard before: big industry tries to bulldoze through permits, regulations, and environmental and worker safety to arrive at.
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Published: May 5, “needle in a haystack,” as one official termed it—the Corporate State has taken to monitoring all aspects of our lives, from cell phone calls and emails to Internet activity and credit card transactions.
It won’t be long before we find ourselves.DOI link for Taking Lives. Taking Lives book. Genocide and State Power. Taking Lives. DOI link for Taking Lives. Back to book. chapter 8. The term "postindustrial" is often employed as a hygienic way of saying "authoritarian" in an age of public-sector dominance; or at least, it suggests the ascendance of policy over politics.