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Campus:KRIMIS
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Die ausgewählten Texte des Schreibwettbewerbs campus:KRIMI. Ein Projekt des Career Service der Universität Siegen und des Emons-Verlags Köln. Mit Texten von Kevin Hupertz, Maria Dackweiler, Darya Sigal und Franziska Franke, Ankay Black, Kevin Volkmer, Martin Reinschmidt, Katharina Knipp, Maike Bieler, Lukas Müller, Elena Schäfer, sowie einem Essay von Ralf Strackbein.

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The Big Black Mark
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A pivotal time in the career of John Grimes. A fateful journey in the vessel Discovery, bearing an uncanny kinship to the legendary vessel the Bounty. The big black mark on his service record.

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The Big Black Mark
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A pivotal time in the career of John Grimes. A fateful journey in the vessel Discovery, bearing an uncanny kinship to the legendary vessel the Bounty. The big black mark on his service record.

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How to Find the Career You've Always Wanted
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From the Financial Times careers adviser, this book of wisdom will help you feel more empowered about your career. You can read it from beginning to end, or dive into specific sections for immediate advice on, for example, writing your CV. 'We will certainly be recommending the book to all our parents. It's quite simply the best available' - George Fussey, Head of Career Education, Eton College 'One of the most practical and comprehensible career guides ever produced' - Baroness Gillian Shephard How to Find the Career You've Always Wanted is made up of three sections: Stepping Back - What's this all about? The bigger issues that frame the whole area of your career and jobs; looking down on your career map from 10,000 feet. Practicalities - What do I do on Monday morning? CVs, applications, interviews and all the other details on your map. Along the Way - Or, how do I keep going? How to cope with the hurdles and challenges that you might encounter while you're travelling along your route It includes an extensive set of real examples to bring it all alive, and is grounded with helpful statistics and sociological research. Jonathan Black is Director of the Careers Service at the University of Oxford. He himself has had many different jobs, including: management consultant, professional publisher, co-found of a start-up company, finance director, aerospace engineer, computer salesman and strategy direct. In this book, he dispenses wisdom accrued in the course of a long and varied career, in which he has helped many thousands find the career of their dreams. 'Indispensable, inviting and engaging' - Prof Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP, FMedSci 'A book about how to lead a happy life' - James Hodgson, Bedford School 'A uniquely powerful guidebook' - Mark Byford, Egon Zehnder 'The definitive careers guide' - David Palfreyman, OBE 'Wise, calming and pragmatic' - Emma Jacobs, FT 'A true career design compendium' - Caroline Konrad, Ryerson University 'Winningly combines anecdotes, surveys and years of professional experience' - Dr Tim Hands, Winchester School 'Elegant, light and humorous style' - Prof Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP, FMedSci 'From an expert at the top of his game' - David Palfreyman, OBE

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How to Find the Career You've Always Wanted
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From the Financial Times careers adviser, this book of wisdom will help you feel more empowered about your career. You can read it from beginning to end, or dive into specific sections for immediate advice on, for example, writing your CV. 'We will certainly be recommending the book to all our parents. It's quite simply the best available' - George Fussey, Head of Career Education, Eton College 'One of the most practical and comprehensible career guides ever produced' - Baroness Gillian Shephard How to Find the Career You've Always Wanted is made up of three sections: Stepping Back - What's this all about? The bigger issues that frame the whole area of your career and jobs; looking down on your career map from 10,000 feet. Practicalities - What do I do on Monday morning? CVs, applications, interviews and all the other details on your map. Along the Way - Or, how do I keep going? How to cope with the hurdles and challenges that you might encounter while you're travelling along your route It includes an extensive set of real examples to bring it all alive, and is grounded with helpful statistics and sociological research. Jonathan Black is Director of the Careers Service at the University of Oxford. He himself has had many different jobs, including: management consultant, professional publisher, co-found of a start-up company, finance director, aerospace engineer, computer salesman and strategy direct. In this book, he dispenses wisdom accrued in the course of a long and varied career, in which he has helped many thousands find the career of their dreams. 'Indispensable, inviting and engaging' - Prof Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP, FMedSci 'A book about how to lead a happy life' - James Hodgson, Bedford School 'A uniquely powerful guidebook' - Mark Byford, Egon Zehnder 'The definitive careers guide' - David Palfreyman, OBE 'Wise, calming and pragmatic' - Emma Jacobs, FT 'A true career design compendium' - Caroline Konrad, Ryerson University 'Winningly combines anecdotes, surveys and years of professional experience' - Dr Tim Hands, Winchester School 'Elegant, light and humorous style' - Prof Dame Carol Black, DBE, FRCP, FMedSci 'From an expert at the top of his game' - David Palfreyman, OBE

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Honest Day's Work
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'An Honest Day's Work' chronicles the career of Chris Atkins, who had a ringside seat to the frequently perilous and often hilarious public relations milestones of the past three decades, As a senior executive at some of the largest and most respected public relations agencies and companies in the world, Atkins handled almost every type of crisis imaginable, from plane crashes to corporate scandals to a memorial service for the world's wealthiest black entrepreneur. His stories are as funny as they are instructive for people entering the field, and will strike a chord with any seasoned practitioner.

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Honest Day's Work
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'An Honest Day's Work' chronicles the career of Chris Atkins, who had a ringside seat to the frequently perilous and often hilarious public relations milestones of the past three decades, As a senior executive at some of the largest and most respected public relations agencies and companies in the world, Atkins handled almost every type of crisis imaginable, from plane crashes to corporate scandals to a memorial service for the world's wealthiest black entrepreneur. His stories are as funny as they are instructive for people entering the field, and will strike a chord with any seasoned practitioner.

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The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
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The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man by James Weldon Johnson is the fictional telling of the story of a young biracial man, referred to only as the 'Ex-Colored Man', living in post Reconstruction era America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The Ex-Colored Man was forced to choose between embracing his black heritage and culture by expressing himself through the African-American musical genre ragtime, or by 'passing' and living obscurely as a mediocre middle-class white man. The Ex-Colored man living in an all black community discovered three classes of blacks; the desperate class, the domestic service class, and the independent workman. Johnson originally wrote The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man anonymously in 1912 by the small New York publisher Sherman, French, and Company. Brandon's decision to publish the novel anonymously stemmed in part from his sense that signing his name to a potentially controversial book might damage his diplomatic career.

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The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
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The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man by James Weldon Johnson is the fictional telling of the story of a young biracial man, referred to only as the 'Ex-Colored Man', living in post Reconstruction era America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The Ex-Colored Man was forced to choose between embracing his black heritage and culture by expressing himself through the African-American musical genre ragtime, or by 'passing' and living obscurely as a mediocre middle-class white man. The Ex-Colored man living in an all black community discovered three classes of blacks; the desperate class, the domestic service class, and the independent workman. Johnson originally wrote The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man anonymously in 1912 by the small New York publisher Sherman, French, and Company. Brandon's decision to publish the novel anonymously stemmed in part from his sense that signing his name to a potentially controversial book might damage his diplomatic career.

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