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Driver Distraction and Inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, Volume 1

by Michael A. Regan & John D. Lee

In the United States, around 20 percent of all Police-reported road crashes involve driver distraction as a contributing factor. The situation is similar in other countries. This book adds to the accumulating...

Collaborative Wisdom: From Pervasive Logic to Effective Operational Leadership

by Greg Park

Greg Park argues that corporate superstars collapse not primarily due to poor products, inadequate market penetration, financial mismanagement or self-aggrandisement, but rather by a leadership lacking the fundamental...

Resisting the Place of Belonging: Uncanny Homecomings in Religion, Narrative and the Arts

by Daniel Boscaljon

This book challenges our assumptions about the value of home, arguing for the ethical value of our feeling displaced and homeless in the 21st century. Home is explored in places ranging from digital keyboards...

Image, Word and God in the Early Christian Centuries

by Mark Edwards

This book investigates the concept of logos in pagan, Jewish and Christian thought, with a view to elucidating the polyphonic functions which the word acquired when used in theological discourse. Edwards presents...

Green Oslo: Visions, Planning and Discourse

by Mark Luccarelli & Per Gunnar Røe

As urban regions face the demand to decrease fossil fuel dependency, many cities in the developing world are undertaking initiatives designed to create a greener city by aiming for a more sustainable form of...

Chaucer, Gower, Hoccleve and the Commercial Practices of Late Fourteenth-Century London

by Craig E. Bertolet

Examining archival documents and literary texts, this book focuses on the practices of buying and selling in medieval London by examining how commercial issues are reflected in Chaucer, Gower, and Hoccleve....

Transnational Gothic: Literary and Social Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century

by Monika Elbert & Bridget M. Marshall

Presenting a variety of approaches to late eighteenth-and nineteenth-century Gothic literature, this collection provides a transnational view of the emergence and flowering of the Gothic. Its focus on British,...

Nineteenth-Century British Travelers in the New World

by Christine DeVine

By creating an 'idea of America,' popular New World travel writing offered an understanding of America through British eyes, and a lens through which nineteenth-century Britain could view itself. Nineteenth-Century...

EU Climate Policy: Industry, Policy Interaction and External Environment

by Elin Lerum Boasson & Jørgen Wettestad

A valuable and timely contribution to the scholarship of environmental management, this book assesses how the Europeanization and marketization of European industries, prominent European public management traditions,...

Smart Flexibility: Moving Smart and Flexible Working from Theory to Practice

by Andy Lake

Smart Flexibility: Moving Smart and Flexible Working from Theory to Practice is an engaging and practical management book to help organisations implement smart working. Written for managers at the leading edge...

Rediscovering Sustainability: Economics of the Finite Earth

by A.R.G. Heesterman & W.H. Heesterman

This thought-provoking book summarises the present sustainability predicament and maps out financial and economic strategies. Rediscovering Sustainability helps bridge the gap in understanding between scientists...

Religion in the Neoliberal Age: Political Economy and Modes of Governance

by Tuomas Martikainen & François Gauthier

This book, together with the complementary volume Religion in Consumer Society, focuses on religion, neoliberalism and consumer society; offering an overview of an emerging field of research in the study of...

Matthew Boulton: Enterprising Industrialist of the Enlightenment

by Kenneth Quickenden & Sally Baggott

Matthew Boulton was a leading industrialist, entrepreneur and Enlightenment figure. Often overshadowed through his association with James Watt, his Soho manufactories put Birmingham at the centre of what has...

The British Pacific Fleet Experience and Legacy, 1944-50

by Jon Robb-Webb

The British Pacific Fleet (BPF) was formed in October 1944 and dispatched to fight alongside the USN in the Central Pacific under Admiral Nimitz. This study explores the role of the BPF and its legacy through...

Performing Nordic Heritage: Everyday Practices and Institutional Culture

by Peter Aronsson & Lizette Gradén

The performance of heritage takes place in prestigious institutions such as museums and archives, in officially sanctioned spaces such as jubilees and public monuments, but also in more mundane, ephemeral and...

The Guild and Guild Buildings of Shakespeare's Stratford: Society, Religion, School and Stage

by J.R. Mulryne

The guild buildings of Shakespeare's Stratford represent a rare instance of a largely unchanged set of buildings which draw together the threads of the town's civic life. With its multi-disciplinary perspectives...

Epistolary Community in Print, 1580-1664

by Diana G. Barnes

Focusing on six examples of printed letters from the period, in this study Diana Barnes develops a genealogy of epistolary discourse in early modern England. She considers how the examples-from the writings...

Twentieth-Century Music and Politics: Essays in Memory of Neil Edmunds

by Pauline Fairclough

When considering the role music played in the major totalitarian regimes of the century it is music's usefulness as propaganda that leaps first to mind. But as this volume demonstrates, there is a complex relationship...

Shake, Rattle and Roll: Yugoslav Rock Music and the Poetics of Social Critique

by Dalibor Mišina

From the late-1970s to the late-1980s rock music in Yugoslavia had the important social and political purpose of providing a popular cultural outlet for the unique forms of socio-cultural critique that engaged...

Men, Masculinity and the Beatles

by Martin King

Drawing on methodologies and approaches from media and cultural studies, sociology, social history and the study of popular music, this book outlines the development of the study of men and masculinities, and...