Com, headed by iconic advertising sales executive Jerry Wolff, is in charge of TVS Nostalgia
My studies have also shown that people with a greater propensity for nostalgia
Mediante la implementacion de este tipo de mercadeo se puede despertar, en los clientes reales y potenciales, el interes por productos o servicios que les generen nostalgia
frente a una epoca, un lugar o una persona (Martinez-Vilanova, 2011).
Ao contrario do que se convencionou a respeito do conceito de trauma, entendido como uma ferida aberta e uma dor que nao passa, um "passado" que insiste em nao passar, a nostalgia
nao carece de "tratamento".
may tell us more about present moods than past realities.
Given his demonisation before and since his execution on Christmas Day 1989, it may appear surprising that Nicolae Ceausescu has become an object of nostalgia
in contemporary Romania.
Critique: A deftly crafted and eloquent study presented in four major sections (Of Corsican Hospitality; Odysseus and the Day of Return; Aeneas: From Nostalgia
to Exile; Arendt: To Have One's Language for a Homeland), "Nostalgia
: When Are We Ever at Home?
can be summed up as "regretful or wistful memory of the past", while history can be about exposing why politicians as late as the mid 20th century allowed their constituents to live in shoddy, smoky, cold, hot and generally unhealthy back to backs with six families sharing one toilet.
Some researchers link nostalgia
with an irreversible memory, a comfort in life periods, especially during times of interruption or loss, such as the end of a relationship (Hunt & Johns, 2013; Muehling, 2013).
Hasan's inclination towards nostalgia
has paid off.
Queen and Country looks back on 50s England with palpable nostalgia
When not being bullied by their Sergeant Major (David Thewlis), Bill and his mates are passing the time with larks that include stealing a clock in the mess hall and romancing the local girls.
: Callum Turner Tamsin The result is a gentle slice of rose-tinted nostalgia
whose real home is on the small screen.