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What you need to know about Africa RISING farm typology work

Africa RISING is testing alternative technology options with heterogeneous populations of farmers who are likely respond to new technologies differently. The identification of different farmers’ types within the program is crucial to achieving the program’s sustainable intensification and development goals. 1,509 more words


Exercise 2.3: Typologies

Read Sean O’Hagan’s article on the New Topographics exhibition and publication: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/feb/08/new-topographics- photographs-american-landscapes and watch this video of Lewis Baltz talking about his work: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/tateshots-lewis-baltz… 275 more words

Part 2: Landscape As Journey

ArcelorMittal steel plant, Cleveland

Cleveland’s industrial legacy still lives. As one drives into Cleveland from the south, it is almost impossible not to see the massive ArcelorMittal steel plant… 167 more words


AK Steel Ashland Works plant, form and function

The AK Steel Ashland Works plant (taken September 2015)

The AK Steel company’s Ashland Works plant includes a pig iron blast furnace and oxygen furnace. It stands on the banks of the Ohio River in the small industry town. 40 more words


(Some thoughts on…) a consumer with no habits, values or segmentation

Every product is thought for a potencial buyer and at the beginning it was considered as a response to a consumer’s need. So needs and consumers were identified and, products, publicity, promotions and distribution schemes would be developed to market it. 2,687 more words

Cultural Strategy

Researching Subtypes And Typologies Of Sex Offenders

My Therapist has given me a website to look through, it s the Centre for Offender Management. She said after our conversation last week that my memories/recall of the events fit more within the description of rape than that of sexual abuse. 59 more words


Major typology


I’ve learned a lot about human’s mind. I had to create a dialogue between me and the person that I was taking the picture of and provoke him to be lost in thought. 480 more words