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Sipping espresso at a sidewalk café... Toasting a pint of birra in the piazza... Cheering for Azzurri at lo Stadio Olimpico... Drop the textbook formality and chat with the locals in Italy’s everyday language. • What’s up? Che c’è? • I’m so plastered. Sono demolito/a. • Do you wanna cuddle? Vuoi coccolarci? • Nice body! Che corpo! • I’m friggin’ starving. Ho una fame da morti. • Hey ref, you’re a moron! Arbitro cretino!
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Gathering scholars from different disciplines, this book is the first on how to study emotions using sociological, historical, linguistic, anthropological, psychological, cultural, and mixed approaches. Bringing together the emerging lines of inquiry, it lays foundations for an overdue methodological debate. The volume offers entrancing short essays, richly illustrated with examples and anecdotes, that provide basic knowledge about how to pursue emotions in texts, interviews, observations, spoken language, visuals, historical documents, and surveys. The contributors are respectful of those being researched and are mindful of the effects of their own feelings on the conclusions. The book thus touches upon the ethics of research in vivid first person accounts. Methods are notoriously difficult to teach—this collection fills the gap between dry methods books and students’ need to know more about the actual research practice.
Elizabeth Litzy Howard is the only female lawyer at her Nebraska law firm. While working on a will, she discovers that the beneficiary, Sebastian Bandello, lives in Italy. Litzy encourages Sebastian to come to America to see the valuable ranch he has inherited in western Nebraska. Upon his arrival, they travel out to the ranch. But within the first day, they are met with violent hostility, as shots are fired into the ranch house. As Litzy and Sebastian drive over the property the next day, they are kidnapped, only to be abandoned out on the prairie. As the two trudge across the vast expanse looking for help, they see a campfire, and Sebastian asks for assistance. When the strangers there attack Sebastian, Litzy panics and drives off in their jeep. Certain that Sebastian has been killed, she is threatened by everyone she meets, including the police. Adamant to find Sebastian still alive, Litzy searches for him, and for the reasons behind their attacks, learning that the water source beneath the ranch is more valuable than gold. But Sebastian has had enough. The Italian School Teacher returns home to Italy, where life is not so violent About the Author: D.W.Chisholm lives in Arcata, California. She wrote this book because water is extremely important in the ranch lands of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming and Kansas. Sooner or later, it will become violent. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheItalianSchoolTeacher.htm

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