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This book provides the first systematic analysis of the rights of partial migrants in the European Union by bringing this topic within the discourse mof Union citizenship. It begins with the outline of the history of correlation between the concepts of citizenship, bona fide residence, labour migration, and socio-economic rights. It further explores the potential of Union citizenship as a constitutional basis of partial migrant's rights by scrutinizing the latest case law of the European Court of Justice. Finally, the author provides a detailed examination of the problems associated with welfare rights of partial migrants in the areas of social security, taxation and housing.
1 Covers all the key information from the mandatory units: Cell Biology, Genetics and Adaptation, and Control and Regulation. 2 Contains an indispensable overview of the course, and an introduction to what to expect from the exam. 3 Addresses the most frequently asked questions in a way that is most useful and manageable for the student. 4 Provides best advice on how to tackle the concepts and areas identified in the Principal Assessor s Report as the most problematic for students. 5 Features an easy reference glossary containing clear descriptions of all the most important terms. BrightRED Revision books: 6 Are full colour, attractive and engaging, displaying a clean and completely modern design. 7 Address all the essential arrangement material, which is arranged in easily digestible topics, runs in a logical order and is contained in double page spreads, to make revision manageable. 8 Have been developed specifically to appeal to 16- and 17-year old learners: to be sophisticated in approach, while being accessible enough to be a benefit for all students."
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No one has written more, or more artfully, about Japan and Japanese culture than Donald Richie. Richie moved to Tokyo just after World War II. And he is still there, still writing. This book is the first compilation of the best of Richie's writings on Japan, with excerpts from his critical work on film (Richie helped introduce Japanese film to the West in the late 1950s) and his unpublished private journal, plus fiction, Zen musings, and masterful essays on culture, travel, people, and style. With a critical introduction and full bibliography. Donald Richie's many books include The Films of Akira Kurosawa, The Japanese Tattoo, and the PBS favorite The Inland Sea. Vienna resident Arturo Silva lived in Japan for 18 years. “To read [The Donald Richie Reader and The Japan Journals] is like diving for pearls. Dip into any part of them and you will surely find treasures about the cinema, literature, traveling, writing. The passages are evocative, erotic, playful, and often profound.” – Japanese Language and Literature