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Nike große Größe - Sportswear Hoodie mit durchg...
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39,47 € *
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Der Nike Sportswear Hoodie mit durchgehendem Reißverschluss sorgt mit einer relaxten Passform und hochwertiger schwerer Baumwolle für einen bequemen, lässigen Look mit dezentem Style. Weiche Baumwolle Schweres Baumwoll-Jersey sorgt für ein weiches, hochwertiges Tragegefühl. Lässiger Tragekomfort Die relaxte Passform und die tief angesetzten Schulternähte sorgen für ein lässiges, bequemes Look-and-Feel. Verstellbarer Schutz Das Design mit durchgehendem Reißverschluss und die Kapuze mit Kordelzug ermöglichen verstellbaren Schutz.

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Stand: 29.10.2020
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Protest Inc.
33,90 CHF *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008. Across the world students and workers and environmentalists are taking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in the wealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in 2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of global activism. As millions of grassroots activists rally against capitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroring business management and echoing calls for market-based solutions. The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner with oil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart, fast-food chains like McDonald's, and brand manufacturers like Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionaire philanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers as wellsprings of reform. Are 'career' activists selling out to pay staff and fund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political and socioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business to corporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, a strengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and a shifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassroots activists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march and occupy cities, more and more activist organizations are collaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly 'solutions.' This landmark book sounds the alarm about the dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future of transformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Herren-Kurzarmoberteil - Blau
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Das Nike Sportswear Hype Oberteil kombiniert die Energie der Natur mit einem Style, der für die Straßen bereit ist. Inspiriert von der Landschaft um die Nike World Headquarters zeigt der durchgehende Print Bäume und Berge im pazifischen Nordwesten. Dieses Produkt besteht aus 100 % recyceltem Polyester.

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Protest Inc.
17,00 CHF *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008.Across the world students and workers and environmentalists aretaking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in thewealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of globalactivism. As millions of grassroots activists rally againstcapitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroringbusiness management and echoing calls for market-based solutions.The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner withoil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart,fast-food chains like McDonald's, and brand manufacturerslike Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionairephilanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers aswellsprings of reform. Are 'career' activists selling out to pay staff andfund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political andsocioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business tocorporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, astrengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and ashifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassrootsactivists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march andoccupy cities, more and more activist organizations arecollaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly'solutions.' This landmark book sounds the alarm aboutthe dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future oftransformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Herren-Polo - Schwarz
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24,47 € *
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Das Nike Sportswear Herren-Polo aus reiner Baumwolle sorgt mit seiner klassischen Silhouette für lang anhaltenden Tragekomfort und einen hochwertigen Look.

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Protest Inc.
18,00 CHF *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008. Across the world students and workers and environmentalists are taking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in the wealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in 2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of global activism. As millions of grassroots activists rally against capitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroring business management and echoing calls for market-based solutions. The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner with oil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart, fast-food chains like McDonald s, and brand manufacturers like Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionaire philanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers as wellsprings of reform. Are career activists selling out to pay staff and fund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political and socioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business to corporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, a strengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and a shifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassroots activists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march and occupy cities, more and more activist organizations are collaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly solutions. This landmark book sounds the alarm about the dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future of transformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Langarm-Poloshirt für Damen - S...
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33,47 € *
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Das Nike Sportswear Polosirt verleiht einem sportlichen Look einen neuen Touch. Es besteht aus weichem Jersey-Material und hat ein mehrteiliges Design, das den klassischen Rugbytrikots Tribut zollt.

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Protest Inc.
23,99 € *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008. Across the world students and workers and environmentalists are taking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in the wealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in 2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of global activism. As millions of grassroots activists rally against capitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroring business management and echoing calls for market-based solutions. The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner with oil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart, fast-food chains like McDonald's, and brand manufacturers like Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionaire philanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers as wellsprings of reform. Are 'career' activists selling out to pay staff and fund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political and socioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business to corporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, a strengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and a shifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassroots activists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march and occupy cities, more and more activist organizations are collaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly 'solutions.' This landmark book sounds the alarm about the dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future of transformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Herren-Webshorts - Gelb
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25,97 € *
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Die Nike Sportswear Shorts bestehen aus leichtem, gewebtem Material mit einem atmungsaktiven Mesh-Futter. Da die Tasche hinten eine Abflussöffnung hat, eignen sich die Shorts für den Einsatz im Wasser sowie an Land.

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Protest Inc.
15,99 € *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008.Across the world students and workers and environmentalists aretaking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in thewealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of globalactivism. As millions of grassroots activists rally againstcapitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroringbusiness management and echoing calls for market-based solutions.The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner withoil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart,fast-food chains like McDonald's, and brand manufacturerslike Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionairephilanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers aswellsprings of reform. Are 'career' activists selling out to pay staff andfund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political andsocioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business tocorporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, astrengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and ashifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassrootsactivists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march andoccupy cities, more and more activist organizations arecollaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly'solutions.' This landmark book sounds the alarm aboutthe dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future oftransformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Tech Pack Herren-Shorts - Weiß
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46,97 € *
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Die Nike Sportswear Tech Pack Shorts bestehen aus einem superweichen Strick-Fleece und kombinieren technische Details mit einer schlichten Silhouette für einen hochmodernen Look.

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Stand: 29.10.2020
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Protest Inc.
15,99 € *
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Mass protests have raged since the global financial crisis of 2008. Across the world students and workers and environmentalists are taking to the streets. Discontent is seething even in the wealthiest countries, as the world saw with Occupy Wall Street in 2011. Protest Inc. tells a disturbingly different story of global activism. As millions of grassroots activists rally against capitalism, activism more broadly is increasingly mirroring business management and echoing calls for market-based solutions. The past decade has seen nongovernmental organizations partner with oil companies like ExxonMobil, discount retailers like Walmart, fast-food chains like McDonald s, and brand manufacturers like Nike and Coca-Cola. NGOs are courting billionaire philanthropists, branding causes, and turning to consumers as wellsprings of reform. Are career activists selling out to pay staff and fund programs? Partly. But far more is going on. Political and socioeconomic changes are enhancing the power of business to corporatize activism, including a worldwide crackdown on dissent, a strengthening of consumerism, a privatization of daily life, and a shifting of activism into business-style institutions. Grassroots activists are fighting back. Yet, even as protestors march and occupy cities, more and more activist organizations are collaborating with business and advocating for corporate-friendly solutions. This landmark book sounds the alarm about the dangers of this corporatizing trend for the future of transformative change in world politics.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear T-Shirt für ältere Kinder - Sch...
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14,99 € *
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Das Nike Sportswear T-Shirt besteht aus Baumwolle und sorgt dadurch den ganzen Tag lang für Tragekomfort.

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Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Run Division 3-in-1-Laufshorts für Damen -...
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69,99 € *
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Mit den Nike Run Division Shorts kannst du deinen Look individuell anpassen. Mit dem 3-in-1-Design kannst du den gewünschten Halt auswählen. Die plissierten Shorts und Tights können zusammen oder getrennt getragen werden. Egal wie du sie trägst, sie bieten den Tragekomfort, den du beim Laufen benötigst.

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Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Air Damen-Hoodie - Schwarz
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64,99 € *
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Der Nike Sportswear Air Hoodie besteht aus angerautem French-Terry-Fleece, einem vielseitigen Material mit einem Loopback-Design. Die extragroße Passform sorgt für einen relaxten Look, den du mit deinen Lieblings-Leggings kombinieren kannst. Angerautes French-Terry French-Terry-Material hat eine geschmeidige Außenseite mit Loopback-Design. Es wurde für ein weiches Tragegefühl und ein vielseitiges Gewicht angeraut und eignet sich dadurch ideal für den Einsatz im Alltag. Elastischer Tragekomfort Elastisches Rippmaterial an Bündchen und Saum hält die Wärme drinnen und die Kälte draußen.

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Stand: 29.10.2020
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Nike Sportswear Daunenjacke für ältere Kinder -...
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Die Nike Sportswear Jacke sorgt für angenehm weichen Tragekomfort und Wärme an kalten Tagen. Die echte Daunenisolierung um den Core sorgt draußen für hohen Tragekomfort. Puffer-Design für Wärme Das leichte Webmaterial hat eine Synthetikfüllung in den Ärmeln und eine Daunenfüllung am Body, um dich angenehm warm zu halten. Verstellbarer Schutz Der durchgehende Reißverschluss und die Kapuze sorgen für Schutz, wenn du draußen bist. Strapazierfähiges Design Ein elastischer Besatz auf den vorderen Taschen sorgt für zusätzliche Strapazierfähigkeit, wenn du deine Hände hineinsteckst und herausziehst.

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