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The Geography Of Execution

Author: Keith D. Harries
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780847681570
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The perennially controversial issue of capital punishment has generated especially passionate debate in recent years. In this book, two noted experts on crime provide a geo-historical perspective on capital punishment, showing vividly the incoherencies and contradictions in policies and practices across the country. Going back to the earliest U.S. executions, the authors challenge the belief that capital punishment serves as a deterrent. Using state-of-the-art methods drawn from geographic information systems (GIS), they illustrate the culture of capital punishment and its impact on selected groups, mapping the execution of women, for example, and the origin and diffusion of electrocution, the gas chamber, and lethal injection. This book will be indispensable to anyone scholar, policy maker, or lay person who must be informed on the issue of capital punishment."

Manet And The Execution Of Maximilian

Author: John Elderfield
Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
ISBN: 9780870704239
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The execution of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, in 1867, was the subject of a quartet of paintings by the French Impressionist and early Modernist Edouard Manet. These works are rarely shown together, and in fact cannot be seen in their entirety, since one of them exists only in fragments, but the three intact paintings and the surviving elements of the fourth are reproduced in this publication, and will be shown at The Museum of Modern Art's exhibition in the fall of 2006. Maximilian's death was an event of great public interest in France, in part because French policies shared the responsibility for it. A European aristocrat of the Hapsburg family, Maximilian had been installed in 1864 after a trio of European powers, led by Napoleon III of France, mounted an invasion of Mexico to reclaim debts upon which the Mexican government had suspended payment. But Napoleon soon withdrew, abandoning Maximilian to his fate at the hands of a resurgent Mexican army. As news of the execution reached Paris, Manet reacted with a group of works synthesizing the information as it came to him and drawing heavily on an earlier painting inspired by violent political events, Goya's "The Third of May." In addition to analyzing and documenting the creation of these works, John Elderfield, in his text, clarifies their historical importance in the context of modern art, and in so doing, offers a capsular history of the place of current events in art.

Rites Of Execution Capital Punishment And The Transformation Of American Culture 1776 1865

Author: Riverside Louis P. Masur Professor of History University of California
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198021585
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Between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, Western societies abandoned public executions in favor of private punishments, primarily confinement in penitentiaries and private executions. The transition, guided by a reconceptualization of the causes of crime, the nature of authority, and the purposes of punishment, embodied the triumph of new sensibilities and the reconstitution of cultural values throughout the Western world. This study examines the conflict over capital punishment in the United States and the way it transformed American culture between the Revolution and the Civil War. Relating the gradual shift in rituals of punishment and attitudes toward discipline to the emergence of a middle class culture that valued internal restraints and private punishments, Masur traces the changing configuration of American criminal justice. He examines the design of execution day in the Revolutionary era as a spectacle of civil and religious order, the origins of organized opposition to the death penalty and the invention of the penitentiary, the creation of private executions, reform organizations' commitment to social activism, and the competing visions of humanity and society lodged at the core of the debate over capital punishment. A fascinating and thoughtful look at a topic that remains of burning interest today, Rites of Execution will attract a wide range of scholarly and general readers.

From Strategy To Execution

Author: Daniel Pantaleo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540718802
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This insightful book presents new and innovative business models that are increasingly becoming a key to business success in a rapidly changing world. It details new and appropriate analytics, frameworks, insights, and forecasts for strategy and execution. At the intersection of disruptive and accelerated change, business leaders around the world are trying to embrace change and incorporate innovative business models in the basics of their businesses. Increasing emphasis is being placed on rethinking how customer value is developed and delivered, rethinking the profit formula and the financial model, and making corresponding changes to the core resources.

Pictures At An Execution

Author: Wendy Lesser
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674667365
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At the center of this book is Lesser's investigation in a groundbreaking legal case in which a federal court judge was asked to decide whether a gas chamber execution would be broadcast on public television. This gripping work brings us face to face with our own most disturbing cultural impulses. Halftones.

Applying Manufacturing Execution Systems

Author: Michael McClellan
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781574441352
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Computer systems have become an integral part of most companies. The newest of these is Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), a technology that provides on-line application software that companies rely on to manage their manufacturing processes. Applying Manufacturing Execution Systems is the book for everyone who has the responsibility of improving their company's manufacturing results. It shows how the current conditions on the plant floor can be optimized to improve production output using an integrated MES. Applying Manufacturing Execution Systems shows how MES benefits all types of manufacturing from discrete item production to process flow production. The concepts discussed are applicable in all production facilities where a number of variables, whether simple or complex, need to be considered in order to optimize production by effectively using the available resources of people, inventory, and equipment. The book emphasizes the application of MES in the real world of manufacturing that includes:

Successful Strategy Execution

Author: Michel Syrett
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781861978943
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Companies rarely track their performance against long-term plans, and results often fail to meet projections. When companies do track performance, it seldom matches the prior year’s projection, and a great deal of value is lost in translation. This new title in The Economist series shows how businesses can overcome such failings and implement strategy effectively, using facts and anecdotal evidence from the real experiences of firms.