Die Mall

Author: Max Stascheit
Publisher: epubli
ISBN: 3741849588
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Die Mall from the Author: Max Stascheit. In Fieldsville soll eine riesige Mall eröffnet werden. Für die Anleger bedeutet das großes Geld und ein altes Grundstück wird daher "zwangsplaniert". Während der Bauarbeiten kommt es zu einem schrecklichen Unfall, doch die Arbeiter ignorieren den Vorfall und streben auf eine rasche Eröffnung hin. Die Nacht vor der Eröffnung: Sechs College-Studenten nutzen die Abschlussnacht und wollen in die, noch verschlossene, Mall einsteigen. Eine Nacht in den leeren Läden und Hallen lockt die jungen Leute und es soll das Abenteuer ihres Lebens werden. Doch noch ohne Strom und Sicherheitsanlagen, öffnen sich die Türen in die Kellerräume und aus dem Untergrund entsteigen mordlüsterne Gestalten. Mit einem Ziel: Sie wollen alle töten, die ihnen den Lebensraum stahlen. Horror- Roman 234 Seiten Softcover Bauplan der Mall Mit Nachwort vom Autor Vorschau

The Mall

Author: Richie T Cusick
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 145323232X
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The Mall from the Author: Richie T Cusick. There’s a stalker on the lose at the mall—and there’s no safe place to hide Working at the mall is supposed to be fun. Trish’s job at Muffin-Mania is hardly intellectually challenging and her boss is a piece of work, but it’s worth it to have a job in the same building as her two best friends, the Hanson twins. And the hot guys who hang out there are an added bonus. But something isn’t right about this mall. It’s the oldest mall in the state, remodeled over a dozen times without rhyme or reason, and there are many strange nooks and secret passages behind the bright gleaming storefronts. Someone has been stealing housewares, furniture, and food, and now a mysterious man with ash-gray hair and a whisper-soft voice has started harassing Trish on the phone. He knows her secrets, and he has dark plans for her. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Richie Tankersley Cusick including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.

Das Prinzip Mall Raum Als Atmosph Re

Author: Reinhard Knodt
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638040798
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Das Prinzip Mall Raum Als Atmosph Re from the Author: Reinhard Knodt. Die moderne Mall ist keineswegs bloß ein vergrößertes Kaufhaus oder der bessere Supermarkt. Sie ist vielmehr - und das macht sie zum Fall für die Philosophie - eine konkrete Gestalt des technischen Raumes. Genauer ausgedrückt: sie ist die Repräsentation des technischen Raumes und zugleich das beste Anschauungsmodell für jenen Aspekt, den man als ästhetische Hypertrophierung desselben bezeichnen könnte. - Hypertrophierung soll bedeuten, daß hier ästhetische Probleme mit technischen Mitteln gelöst erscheinen und es doch keineswegs sind, was zu besonderen Phänomenen der Vergrößerung und Übertreibung führt. Um zunächst eine untere, architekturtheoretisch ästhetische Ebene abzudecken, sei auf eine Überlegung des amerikanischen Technikphilosophen Joseph Kupfer zurückgegriffen. Eine Mall ist, wie Kupfer an verschiedenen Stellen auch für andere Gebäude ausführt, das "Gebäude als Gerät",...

Mall

Author: Eric Bogosian
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 9780743214551
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Mall from the Author: Eric Bogosian. From the award-winning avatar of contemporary urban theater and author of such modern classics as Talk Radio and subUrbia comes this outrageous novel about five suburbanites whose lives intersect in one violent and life-altering night -- at the local mall. Mal, a thirtysomething speed freak, shoots his mother, torches his house, and heads to the local mall with a sack of weapons and a plan for more mayhem. Danny, a voyeuristic businessman with a fetish for young underwear models, is caught by mall security peeking into dressing rooms at JCPenney. Jeff, a teenager with existential troubles, drops acid and departs on a philosophical nightmare. Donna, a hungry, unsettled housewife, is on the lookout for a one-night stand. Michel, a Haitian immigrant and mall security guard, seeks salvation. All long for a kind of satisfaction, and this longing leads them to the modern plaza of possibility, the shopping mall, where their appetites converge in explosive ways. Satirical and provocative, Mall is an eye-opening look at suburban life and the idea of "normalcy." In this, his first novel, Eric Bogosian delivers a dark, hilarious, and biting commentary on an American culture fraught with sex, drugs, violence, and congested thinking.

Call Of The Mall

Author: Paco Underhill
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743235921
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Call Of The Mall from the Author: Paco Underhill. Profiling malls as powerful intersections of American consumer marketing, the media, and street culture, an examination of malls as reflections of commercial and social culture considers what does and does not work in a mall setting and what malls mean to everyday people. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.

The Mall

Author: S.L. Grey
Publisher: Atlantic Books Ltd
ISBN: 0857892711
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The Mall from the Author: S.L. Grey. Dan works at a bookstore in a deadly dull shopping mall where nothing ever happens. He's an angsty emo-kid who sells mid-list books to mid-list people for the minimum wage. He hates his job. Rhoda has dragged her babysitting charge to the mall so she can meet her dealer and score some coke. Now the kid's run off, and she has two hours to find him. She hates her life. Rhoda bullies Dan into helping her search, but as they explore the neon-lit corridors behind the mall, disturbing text messages lure them into the bowels of the building, where old mannequins are stored in grave-like piles and raw sewage drips off the ceiling. The only escape is down, and before long Dan and Rhoda are trapped in a service lift listening to head-splitting musak. Worst of all, the lift's not stopping at the bottom floor. Plummeting into the earth, Dan and Rhoda enter a sinister underworld that mirrors their worst fears. Forced to complete a series of twisted tasks to find their way out, they finally emerge into the brightly lit food court, sick with relief at the banal sight of people shopping and eating. But something feels different. Why are the shoppers all pumped full of silicone? Why are the shop assistants chained to their counters? And why is a cafe called McColon's selling lumps of bleeding meat? Just when they think they've made it back to the mall, they realise their nightmare has only just begun...

Mall Maker

Author: M. Jeffrey Hardwick
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812292995
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Mall Maker from the Author: M. Jeffrey Hardwick. The shopping mall is both the most visible and the most contentious symbol of American prosperity. Despite their convenience, malls are routinely criticized for representing much that is wrong in America—sprawl, conspicuous consumption, the loss of regional character, and the decline of Mom and Pop stores. So ubiquitous are malls that most people would be suprised to learn that they are the brainchild of a single person, architect Victor Gruen. An immigrant from Austria who fled the Nazis in 1938, Gruen based his idea for the mall on an idealized America: the dream of concentrated shops that would benefit the businessperson as well as the consumer and that would foster a sense of shared community. Modernist Philip Johnson applauded Gruen for creating a true civic art and architecture that enriched Americans' daily lives, and for decades he received praise from luminaries such as Lewis Mumford, Winthrop Rockefeller, and Lady Bird Johnson. Yet, in the end, Gruen returned to Europe, thoroughly disillusioned with his American dream. In Mall Maker, the first biography of this visionary spirit, M. Jeffrey Hardwick relates Gruen's successes and failures—his work at the 1939 World's Fair, his makeover of New York's Fifth Avenue boutiques, his rejected plans for reworking entire communities, such as Fort Worth, Texas, and his crowning achievement, the enclosed shopping mall. Throughout Hardwick illuminates the dramatic shifts in American culture during the mid-twentieth century, notably the rise of suburbia and automobiles, the death of downtown, and the effect these changes had on American life. Gruen championed the redesign of suburbs and cities through giant shopping malls, earnestly believing that he was promoting an American ideal, the ability to build a community. Yet, as malls began covering the landscape and downtowns became more depressed, Gruen became painfully aware that his dream of overcoming social problems through architecture and commerce was slipping away. By the tumultuous year of 1968, it had disappeared. Victor Gruen made America depend upon its shopping malls. While they did not provide an invigorated sense of community as he had hoped, they are enduring monuments to the lure of consumer culture.

Learning About Percentages At The Mall

Author: Dawn McMillan
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1429666145
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Learning About Percentages At The Mall from the Author: Dawn McMillan. A story about a boy who wants to buy his grandfather a birthday present that the grandfather will like but that he can afford demonstrates how percentages can be used while shopping to manage money and expenses.

Shopping Malls

Author: Jan Wehrheim
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 9783531152561
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Shopping Malls from the Author: Jan Wehrheim. Shopping Malls verbreiten sich massiv. Herrschten lange Zeit suburbane Standorte auf der „Grünen Wiese“ vor, so geht der Trend mittlerweile in die Innenstädte. Ihre Betreiber treten mit dem Anspruch an, die Stadtzentren zu revitalisieren oder gar eine neue Mitte zu schaffen. Shopping Malls sind dabei nicht nur Orte des Konsums. Gerade über die Integration weiterer städtischer Funktionen werden sie sozial bedeutungsvolle Orte. Als eigentumsrechtlich private Räume werden Malls kontrovers diskutiert. Mal gelten sie als Inbegriff des Verfalls des öffentlichen Raums, mal hingegen als Chance für Stadtentwicklung oder als schlichter Ausdruck gesellschaftlicher Veränderungen. Vertreterinnen und Vertreter der Stadt- und Geschlechterforschung, der Kultur- und Raumsoziologie, der Geographie und Kriminologie sowie der Stadtplanung und Kommunalpolitik analysieren in diesem Band das Phänomen Shopping Mall. Sie diskutieren deren ökonomische Bedeutung für Städte sowie Wirkungen multidimensionaler Kontrolle und deren Spannungsverhältnis zur Freiheit des Großstädtischen. Sie legen Hintergründe der Attraktivität von Shopping Malls dar und fragen, inwieweit bei der Implementation und Nutzungsausrichtung Partizipationsmöglichkeiten gegeben sind.