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This book (with free Online Edition) is full of clear revision notes, diagrams and all the formulas needed for AQA GCSE Physics. It's designed to make revision straightforward - each section is split into a topic per page, with test questions to check what you've learned and practice calculations (with answers). Everything's explained simply and thoroughly with lots of handy exam tips and guidance on 'How Science Works' and the Controlled Assessment. What's more, a free Online Edition of the whole book is included - perfect for revising on a PC, Mac or tablet device.
This book presents a solution of the harder part of the problem of defining globally arbitrary Lie group actions on such nonsmooth entities as generalised functions. Earlier, in part 3 of Oberguggenberger & Rosinger, Lie group actions were defined globally - in the projectable case - on the nowhere dense differential algebras of generalised functions An, as well as on the Colombeau algebras of generalised functions, and also on the spaces obtained through the order completion of smooth functions, spaces which contain the solutions of arbitrary continuous nonlinear PDEs. Further details can be found in Rosinger & Rudolph, and Rosinger & Walus [1,2]. To the extent that arbitrary Lie group actions are now defined on such nonsmooth entities as generalised functions, this result can be seen as giving an ans wer to Hilbert's fifth problem, when this problem is interpreted in its original full gener- ality, see for details chapter 11.
Based on a study using online ethnography as the major research method, this book explains why and how men in Hong Kong use QQ-an online instant messenger-to "chase" women in mainland China, especially in the neighboring city of Shenzhen. Chasing women through QQ is a reciprocal exchange process during which the resources to be exchanged in the interaction are not negotiated. Rather, the men provide resources to the women, hoping for rewards in return that are not guaranteed. This characteristic of the exchange makes men who chase women through QQ very strategic in their action. They try to maximize the rewards and minimize the costs by adopting myriad strategies, such as constructing an attractive online identity by strategic self-presentation. The role of emotions in the exchange process is also examined. Men learn the emotional norms through the online forum, but sometimes it is difficult for them to control their emotions; some men fall in love when they are not supposed to. As it happens, they have failed to calculate the costs and rewards rationally in that they may provide too many resources to the women without getting enough rewards in return.
This book provides original insights into the thought processes, motivations, desires, anxieties and risks of Hong Kong men seeking short-term sexual relations with women on the mainland. These insights are highly relevant to our understanding of the quickly evolving use of social media, a phenomenon of worldwide importance and deep implications.
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