1 edition of Obsolescence found in the catalog.
|Series||Jones Lang Wootton papers|
|Contributions||Jones Lang Wootton (Firm)|
Definition: Obsolescence refers to an asset’s life or lack there of. When an asset becomes old and outdated, it is considered obsolete and useless. This is a big problem for both manufacturers and retailers. What Does Obsolescence Mean? Manufacturers main concern with obsolescence is in their fixed assets or plant assets. Manufacturers spend large amounts of. Companies report inventory obsolescence by debiting an expense account and crediting the proceeds of $ from the auction is $ less than the .
Obsolescence will appeal to anyone who takes the time to pause and think about the built environment."-- "Sarah Whiting, dean, Rice School of Architecture" "Obsolescence is an important book because it directs our attention to a key temporal concept . Here, Mueller (Pol. Sci./Univ. of Rochester) argues that major war has gradually become obsolete as a policy option among developed nations. Mueller isn't the first to argue such a point, but his approach is different: he contends that as war has become more brutal over the past several centuries, involving the average citizen instead of professional mercenaries, governments have come to abhor. Obsolescence is fundamental to the experience of modernity, not simply one dimension of an economic system. The contributors to this book investigate obsolescence as a historical phenomenon, an aesthetic practice, and an affective mode. Daniel M. Abramson, Tufts University, USA Hanjo Berressem.
A ground-breaking new book, Understanding Planned Obsolescence looks at the causes, cost and impact of planned obsolescence. It considers the legal and economic frameworks to overcome the practice and how to mitigate its effects. It also unearths new patterns of production and consumption highlighting more sustainable development models. This book explores the meaning of obsolescence as the term applies to buildings. It discusses the functional, economic, technological, social, legal, political, and cultural factors that can influence when obsolescence will occur and considers what design professional and building owners and users can do to delay and minimize the costs of. Diachronous obsolescence can be approximated by a â€œsynchronous5â€ obsolescence, that is, the distribution of use with the â€œoldnessâ€ of the books over a short period. The oldness of a book is usually deï¬ ned as the elapsed time since the publication or the accession of the book to the library.
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As co-founder of the digital scholarly network MediaCommmons, Fitzpatrick — who lectures in Media Studies at Pomona College in California — is well placed to observe the development of digital culture in. Planned Obsolescence. Credit Tamara Shopsin. By M. Ebook. Anderson. Dec. 29, ; Every novel is a letter written to the future.
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