MOSCOMakoto Overseas Services Co., Ltd. (Japan)
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
For its theoretical, empirical, and political contributions, Mosco (2009) calls PEC "a major perspective in communication research" (p.
Les Mosco, said: "The UK's defence marketplace offers enormous growth potential for Wales' economy and job creation prospects.
Also spotted at United Fresh's opening reception at Shedd Aquarium (photo on left) were (l-r) Tony Mosco, Polymer Logistics; John Toner, United Fresh; Jeff Friedman, Winsight Media; Tom Stenzel, United Fresh, and Bud Floyd, Freightflow.
Mosco (1996) refers to the institutional extension of corporate power in the communication industry or the concentration of ownership as specialization.
(2) One of the strands of such literature is based on the concept of the 'technological sublime', proposed by Leo Marx in his The Machine in the Garden (1964) and further developed by authors such as David Nye and Vincent Mosco. Yet, while recent explorations of this idea tend to focus on the technological element, Leslie's work reminds us that the concept of the sublime in Kant is inseparable from the question of how human culture sees and imagines the natural realm.
Lo mas habitual es acudir a uno de los autores clasicos y expertos en el tema (Mosco, 2009, 2006) ya que no hay cambios sustanciales en esta corriente metodologica.
is in the process of resetting the produce departments of some 2,000 of its stores with wood grain reusable plastic containers (RPCs), notes Tony Mosco, North American VP of sales for Polymer Logistics, one of two companies now supplying the Bentonville, Ark.-based mega-retailer with new RPCs.
In the new role, he succeeds Marlene Mosco, who will retire after 47 years with PNC.
Mosco, 2009 and chapter 3 of Flew, 2007 for introductions; see also Chakravartty and Zhao, 2007 and Fuchs, 2014 for additional discussions).
Mosco - Meghann Mosco and Douglas Elliott, of Drain, a son.