Fallsview Hotel And Casino Niagara Falls

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Visitor Attractions In Ontario, including: Parliament Hill, Canada's Wonderland, African Lion Safari, Playdium, Casino Niagara, Niagara Fallsview ... Maple Leaf Village, Crystal Beach, Ontario
Visitor Attractions In Ontario, including: Parliament Hill, Canada's Wonderland, African Lion Safari, Playdium, Casino Niagara, Niagara Fallsview ... Maple Leaf Village, Crystal Beach, Ontario
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Casino Niagara
Casino Niagara
A pic of Casino Niagara and the Skylon Tower in the background.
Fallsview Casino Niagara
Fallsview Casino Niagara
The Fallsview Casino beside Niagara Falls as the sun goes down.

fallsview hotel and casino niagara falls
fallsview hotel and casino niagara falls
The Funeral Casino: Meditation, Massacre, and Exchange with the Dead in Thailand
The Funeral Casino is a heretical ethnography of the global age. Setting his book within Thailand's pro-democracy movement and the street massacres that accompanied it, Alan Klima offers a strikingly original interpretation of mass-mediated violence through a study of funeral gambling and Buddhist meditation on death.
The fieldwork for the book began in 1992, when a freewheeling market of illegal "massacre-imagery" videos blossomed in Bangkok on the very site where, days earlier, for the third time in two decades, a military-controlled government had killed scores of unarmed pro-democracy protesters. Such killings and their subsequent representation have lent force to Thailand's transition from military control to a "media-financial complex." Probing the ways in which death is marketed, visualized, and remembered through practices both local and global, Klima inverts conventional relationships between ethnography and theory through a compelling narrative that reveals a surprising new direction available to anthropology and critical theory.
Ethnography here engages with the philosophy of activism and the politics of memory, media representation of violence, and globalization. In focusing on the particular array of tactics in Thai Buddhism and protest politics for connecting death and life, past and present, this book unveils a vivid and haunting picture of community, responsibility, and accountability in the new world order.