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Hong Kong in Transition: One Country, Two Systems

by Robert Ash, Peter Ferdinand & Brian Hook

Hong Kong in Transition offers a perspective on the exceptional constitutional and administrative experiment that has been taking place in Hong Kong, based on a substantial period under Chinese rule. There have...


Mark to Market Accounting: 'True North' in Financial Reporting

by Walter P. Schuetze & Peter W. Wolnizer

This Volume, edited by Peter W. Wolnizer, Professor of Accounting at the University of Sydney, makes available the collected writings of Walter P. Scheutze, a senior accounting practitioner. The articles, speeches...


Chinese Physician: Wang Ji and the Stone Mountain Medical Case Histories

by Joanna Grant

A Chinese Physician is the portrait of a 16th century medical writer and clinical practitioner. Drawing on socio-economic/biographic, textual, and gender analysis along side a variety of sources, from hagiographical...


Class, Culture and Conflict in Barcelona, 1898-1937

by Chris Ealham

This book investigates urban conflict, popular protest and social control in Barcelona during the period 1898-1937. Focusing upon the sources of anarchist power in the city and the role of the organised anarchist...


Europeanization and Transnational States: Comparing Nordic Central Governments

by Bengt Jacobsson, Per Lægreid & Ove K. Pedersen

This book investigates what happens to an organized political unit when it becomes part of a larger entity and, in particular, how increased European integration and the tentative moves towards a transnational...


Human Resource Development in Small Organisations: Research and Practice

by Jim Stewart & Graham Beaver

In its description and analysis of the current context of research and practice of HRD in small organizations, this collection of essays provides a comprehensive and critical evaluation of current approaches....


Managing Performance in the Public Sector

by Hans de Bruijn

Topical and taking a bold stance in the contentious debate surrounding performance in the public sector, this new edition shows readers how performance thinking has a substantial impact on the management of...


Federalism and the Dictatorship of Power in Russia

by Mikhail Stoliarov

Stoliarov presents an analysis of the historical traditions and distinctive features of modern Russian federalism. He reviews the state of affairs in today's Russia as it strives to become a federal democracy...


Shamans/Neo-Shamans: Ecstasies, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans

by Robert J. Wallis

In popular culture, such diverse characters as occultist Aleister Crowley, Doors musician Jim Morrison, and performance artist Joseph Beuys have been called shamans. In anthropology, on the other hand, shamanism...


Soviet Music and Society Under Lenin and Stalin: The Baton and Sickle

by Neil Edmunds

This book investigates the place of music in Soviet society during the eras of Lenin and Stalin. It examines the different strategies adopted by composers and musicians in their attempts to carve out careers...


Early Years Play and Learning: Developing Social Skills and Cooperation

by Pat Broadhead

This practical book provides an accessible framework for observing and assessing children's learning through play. It will help early years practitioners to deepen their understanding of the links between intellectual...


Learning, Curriculum and Employability in Higher Education

by Peter Knight & Mantz Yorke

How can universities ensure that they are preparing their students for today's competitive job market?

This book tackles the highly topical subject of graduate underemployment with insight and clarity. The authors...


Rome: A New Planning Strategy: A New Planning Strategy

by Franco Archibugi

Rome: A New Planning Strategy looks at the problems of a city over the last century and suggests a totally new planning strategy. The book examines the stages that have marked the increase of population and...


Land Tenure, Conservation and Development in Southeast Asia

by Peter Eaton

This book examines the relationship between land tenure, conservation and rural development in the context of the Southeast Asian archipelago. In particular, it is concerned with people living in and around...


Action, Emotion and Will

by Dr Anthony Kenny & Anthony Kenny

Action, Emotion and Will was first published in 1963, when it was one of the first books to provoke serious interest in the emotions and philosophy of human action. Almost forty years on, Anthony Kenny's account...


Global Instability and Strategic Crisis

by Neville Brown

This review of the new situation proposes a broader remit for strategic studies than ever before. A prime concern is that Space not be weaponised in pursuance of missile defence.

The interventions in Afghanistan...


Education and Conflict: Complexity and Chaos

by Lynn Davies

First-place winner of the Society for Education Studies' 2005 book prize, Education and Conflict is a critical review of education in an international context. Based on the author's extensive research and experience...


Medicine, the Market and the Mass Media: Producing Health in the Twentieth Century

by Virginia Berridge & Kelly Loughlin

This collection opens up the post war history of public health to sustained research-based historical scrutiny. Medicine, the Market and the Mass Media examines the development of a new view of 'the health of...


The Accumulation of Capital

by Rosa Luxemburg

Rosa Luxemburg was a revolutionary socialist who fought and died for her beliefs. In January 1919, after being arrested for her involvement in a workers' uprising in Berlin, she was brutally murdered by a group...


Is Nothing Sacred?

by Ben Rogers

We call many things sacred, from cows, churches and paintings to flags and burial grounds. Is it still meaningful to talk of things being sacred, or is the idea merely a relic of a bygone religious age? Does...