Face to Face

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Face to Face or Face 2 Face may refer to:

Real estate[edit]

  • Face-to-face, also known as Face-me-I-face-you, a type of residential real estate, where a group of one-room apartments have their entrances facing each another

Sociology and philosophy[edit]

  • Face-to-face interaction, a concept in sociology, linguistics and communication studies involving social interaction carried out without any mediating technology
  • Face-to-face, a philosophical concept described by Emmanuel Lévinas based on the idea that people are responsible to one-another in their face-to-face encounters

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Music[edit]

Performers and tours[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

Software[edit]

  • face2face, a software application to help mobile users identify when members of their social networks are nearby within walking distance

Other[edit]

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