Fun a Games a Higher Education ranges from Wayne's World to hot-rodding, from automobility to the popular phenomenon know as the tailgate party, from German sociologist George Simmel to Canadian Media Guru Marshall McLuhanaall in the interests in exploring North American obsession with play, and particularly the intersection between education, work, and leisure.... class. knowntoday asan Second Language (ESL) Inthe mid1930s, shortly afterhe started teaching, Denney met what he called ... Itwasthe beginning of what Denney describes as alifelong friendship and scholarly collaboration: Inthe courseoftime, ... The Giannini storyonthe huge Bank of America becamea sourceof argumentand editorial conflict between Denney and ... the indigenous peopleof theislands he loved could have more opportunity to tell their own stories in theirown way.
|Title||:||Fun & Games & Higher Education|
|Author||:||Randle W. Nelsen|
|Publisher||:||Between the Lines - 2010-12-08|