Each chapter uses a painting as a jumping off point
for discussion of psychoanalysis and reflections on the authorAEs childhood growing up with an epileptic brother in an English country village.
This iconic drink is the jumping off point
to explore the "art, majesty, and beauty of agave spirits." The authors take readers on a boozy journey with pit stops for aguas frescas, cervezas, micheladas and sangritas.
Goleta is mostly known as the home of UC Santa Barbara, but the town just north of the university's namesake city also makes a convenient jumping off point
for trips to the Santa Rita Hills wine country.
Evans (librarian and private researcher, Tarrent County College) discusses virtual worlds and the dynamics of information in them using gaming examples such as Second Life, Guild Wars, EVE Online and Runescape as a jumping off point
to broader societal impacts and applications.
The camp, set up by official decree in a Eurotunnel hangar, has become a jumping off point
for people hoping to slip into Britain.
Along with the essays, Trotter's introduction will be the jumping off point
for many future studies.
Author Carl Wilson uses Celine DionAEs song, oLetAEs Talk About Love,o as a jumping off point
to explore why we like certain kinds of music and hate other kinds.
Using Leggatt's contributions to the subject as a jumping off point
, the essays consider the comedies from a variety of perspectives.
One point from three games is Smith's jumping off point
and he's gone in for forward planning to make sure there is no crash landing.
She uses her own research on social justice in small communities as a jumping off point
for exploring deeper issues of the nature of action based research.
In Mumbai he investigates Bollywood and the burgeoning Indian middle class, Ayodhya is discussed as a symbol of extremist Hindu nationalism, Kashmir is the jumping off point
for an examination of the Indo-Pakistan conflict, and Pakistan is talked about in light of the relationship between the American Central Intelligence Agency and global jihadism.
Four-week art club using the Cindy Sherman exhibition as a jumping off point
. Working with artists, the multi-media workshops will include mask-making.
of Maryland) first defined it in his The McDonaldization of Society (2004), is "the process by which the principles of the fast-food restaurant are coming to dominate more and more sectors of American society as well as the rest of the world." This reader uses this thesis as jumping off point
examining most of the basic topics of introductory sociology.
This recognition is the jumping off point
for her own theorizing of limited government, which highlights the central role of the democratic political process in determining the use and limits of power.