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Sass

(1) See SAS.

(2) (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) A scripting language that generates CSS style sheets for Web pages. Sass makes it easier to develop CSS files, and the Sass interpreter turns the SassScript language into CSS code. Sass originally used indents to separate code, while the second-generation SCSS uses braces and semicolons, more like CSS. See Cascading Style Sheets.
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(10) Sassen, Cities in a World Economy; Sassen, Territory, Authority, Rights; Sassen, The Global City.
Se han identificado al menos dos tipos de respuestas a esta cuestion; la primera proviene del desarrollo regional, en esta se agrupan economistas, geografos y sociologos que tienen a la region y a lo urbano como objeto de estudio (Friedmann y Wolff, 1982; Sassen, 1995; Sassen, 2001; Castells y Hall, 1994; Castells, 2000; Scott et al.
Los estudios de Saskia Sassen siempre parten de una idea que nada a contracorriente de lo establecido como cierto.
A basic proposition is the importance of capturing the diversity and specificity of 'socio-digital formations' (Benkler, 2006; Bollier, 2009; Latham & Sassen, 2005; Lovink, 2008; Wajcman, 2002), and hence the possibility of whole new types of articulation between politics and knowledge.
(15) Yet there is very little novelty in arguing for the existence of these cities: the scholarship on this phenomenon dates back almost a century, to the work of Patrick Geddes, and has productively developed into a proper strand of research through the scholarship of diverse theorists such as Peter Hall, John Friedmann, Saskia Sassen, and Peter Taylor.
Para Saskia Sassen, por ejemplo, la organizacion del sector servicios--de creciente peso en la estructura economica de las sociedades globalizadases un aspecto clave para analizar y comprender las nuevas desigualdades y las formas de pobreza centradas en el empleo.
O que dizer de Saskia Sassen? Professora na Columbia University e no London School of Economics, Sassen integra tambem o Conselho de Relacoes Estrangeiras e a prestigiosa Academia Nacional de Ciencias, atuando no Comite de Cidades.
Sassen, 66, a 2009 recipient of QFFI's Golden Ice Crystal Award at Anuga, was an untiring advocate of the frozen food industry.
Sassen insists that urbanization is changing a growing range of nature's ecologies.
PERSP., May 1999, at 103; Simone Buechler, Deciphering the Local in a Global Neoliberal Age: Three Favelas in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in DECIPHERING THE GLOBAL: ITS SCALES, SPACES, AND SUBJECTS 95 (Saskia Sassen ed., 2007) [hereinafter DECIPHERING THE GLOBAL]; Nilufer Cagatay & Sule Ozler, Feminization of the Labor Force: The Effects of Long-Term Development and Structural Adjustment, 23 WORLD DEV.
Sassen addresses the multi-scalar character of cities: the diverse terrains and domains onto which they project their effects and from which they meet their
Leon Sassen, membership and marketing manager, said: "We will have a world class golf academy, with PGA credited professional instructors.