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The Role of the State and Individual in Sustainable Land Management

by Robert W. Dixon-Gough & Peter C. Bloch

Bringing together case studies from Europe, Africa and North and South America, this book makes a fresh assessment of the role of the individual and the state in land development. It discusses a range of issues...


Doing Things with Things: The Design and Use of Everyday Objects

by Alan Costall & Ole Dreier

In this book, contributors from across the social sciences focus on everyday objects and how these objects enter our activities over the course of time. Using a combination of different theoretical approaches,...


Culture, Urbanism and Planning

by Javier Monclus & Manuel Guardia

This volume brings together a team of leading specialists to examine the policies of image and city marketing which have developed over the past 15 years and whether these are a continuity of earlier strategies....


Cultures of Glass Architecture

by Hisham Elkadi

Drawing on a number of modern and heritage design projects from Europe, the USA, the Middle East and South East Asia, this book examines the role of 'glass architecture' in the economic and social development...


Evaluation in Planning: Evolution and Prospects

by E.R. Alexander

Evaluation is a critical stage in urban and regional planning and development, with the consideration of alternative proposals essential for informed debate and decision. The craft of pre-development evaluation...


Tourism and Borders: Contemporary Issues, Policies and International Research

by Helmut Wachowiak

Although globalization has led to increased cross-border traffic, there has been little examination of how crossing political boundaries affects tourism and vice versa. Bringing together case studies from Europe,...


Designing Sustainable Cities in the Developing World

by Roger Zetter & Georgia Butina Watson

Roger Zetter and Georgia Butina Watson have produced a fascinating book that explores the concept of urban sustainability within the context of urban design in the developing world. Using a wealth of examples...


Fram: The Functional Resonance Analysis Method: Modelling Complex Socio-Technical Systems

by Erik Hollnagel

There has not yet been a comprehensive method that goes behind 'human error' and beyond the failure concept, and various complicated accidents have accentuated the need for it. The Functional Resonance Analysis...


Just Culture: Balancing Safety and Accountability

by Sidney Dekker

While many organizations see the value of creating a just culture they struggle when it comes to developing it. In this Second Edition, Dekker expands his views, additionally tackling the key issue of how justice...


Choosing Leaders and Choosing to Lead: Science, Politics and Intuition in Executive Selection

by Douglas Board

In Choosing Leaders and Choosing to Lead, Douglas Board argues that we often choose badly when selecting for positions in or near the board room in organisations large and small, public and private. He explains...


The Handbook of Operator Fatigue

by Gerald Matthews & Paula A. Desmond

The Handbook of Operator Fatigue provides a comprehensive account of this subject to serve as the definitive reference work for researchers, students and practitioners alike. The volume features 30 chapters...


Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities

by Marilyn Deegan & Willard McCarty

Collaboration within digital humanities is both a pertinent and a pressing topic as the traditional mode of the humanist, working alone in his or her study, is supplemented by explicitly co-operative, interdependent...


Communicating Clearly about Science and Medicine: Making Data Presentations as Simple as Possible ... But No Simpler

by John Clare

Scientific communication is challenging, conclusions are rarely clear cut making communicating statistical risk and probability tough, especially to non-statisticians and non-scientists such as journalists....


Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Business Clusters

by Panos G. Piperopoulos

In Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Business Clusters, Dr Panos Piperopoulos provides a comprehensive introduction to what entrepreneurship is all about, how and why entrepreneurs innovate and how innovation...


Small Things Considered: Why There Is No Perfect Design

by Henry Petroski

Why has the durable paper shopping bag been largely replaced by its flimsy plastic counterpart? What circuitous chain of improvements led to such innovations as the automobile cup holder and the swiveling vegetable...


The Road to Co-Operation: Escaping the Bottom Line

by Gordon Pearson

Gordon Pearson offers this critical and informed protest against the absurdity and error of economic theory, shedding new light on the predicament faced in 2012. He highlights the dangers of using bizarre mathematical...


Reconstructing Medical Practice: Engagement, Professionalism and Critical Relationships in Health Care

by Christine Jorm

Change in the medical profession carries with it disturbing features - established practitioners are no longer sure what to recommend to their trainees about how to think and act. In Reconstructing Medical Practice,...


Women, Art and Architectural Patronage in Renaissance Mantua: Matrons, Mystics and Monasteries

by Sally Anne Hickson

Combining primary archival research, contextual analysis of the climate of female mysticism, and a re-examination of a number of visual objects, this study sheds new light on the social, cultural and religious...


Paradata and Transparency in Virtual Heritage

by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel & Hugh Denard

Computer-Generated Images (CGIs) are widely used and accepted in the world of entertainment but the use of the very same visualization techniques in academic research in the Arts and Humanities remains controversial....


Safety Culture: Building and Sustaining a Cultural Change in Aviation and Healthcare

by Manoj S. Patankar & Jeffrey P. Brown

In Safety Culture: Building and Sustaining a Cultural Change in Aviation and Healthcare, the four authors draw upon their extensive teaching, research and field experience from multiple industries to describe...