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Forfatter Jussi Adler-Olsen
Postcolonial legacies continue to impact upon the Global South and this edited collection explores their influence on systems of policing and social ordering. Expanding the Southern Criminology agenda, the book critically examines social and environmental harms, violence and war crimes, human rights abuses and the criminalisation of protest.
Written specifically for animation professionals instead of stage and movie actors, this book's 5th edition provides an essential primer for creating empathetic and dynamic character performance and, in the process, shows how the strongest storytelling structure works.
First Published in 1978, The Circumpolar North is designed for anyone with a more than superficial interest in the northern regions of our planet, geographical, economic, social, or political. The authors are experts in their own areas and have provided regional chapters on each of the land and ocean areas.
Amazon Web Services in Action: An in-depth guide to AWS is the ideal guide for mid-level developers, DevOps or platform engineers, architects, and system administrators. Rich in examples and best practices, this Manning bestseller is the all-practical, complete handbook to computing, storage, and networking, for all core AWS services.
This book examines the subject of school leadership as a profession. It tackles questions of what it means to be professional and to work within a profession, and how school leadership fits within these definitions.
A Beginner's Guide to Lasers and Their Applications, Part 1
Understanding Education Studies explores undergraduate education programmes in a new way. Written by those at the forefront of teaching and learning, it encourages students to delve beneath the surface of their degree subject and reveals important insights about the how, why and where next for education studies.
Ruminant Metabolic Diseases, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice
Economics is integral to everyday life. But despite its importance for personal and collective decision making, it is a discipline often viewed as technical, arcane and inaccessible and thus overlooked in public discourse. This book is a call to arms to bring the discipline of economics more into the public domain.
This book is a handy manual to assist in the often neglected and complicated field of municipal water management.
This ground-breaking volume features contributions by leading international researchers exploring the social psychology of insecurity, and how existential, metaphysical and social uncertainty influence human social behaviour.
Since 1996, Sam Adams's 'Letter from Wales' column has been appearing in PN Review, one of the most highly-regarded UK poetry magazines, offering insight and appreciation of Welsh writing, culture and history. This landmark volume collects these letters - a quarter century of work.
Rehabilitation Therapy, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice
The book provides an important foundation for understanding the Internet of Things by offering insight into common networking protocols from the microcontroller world and introducing important sensors and other devices, as well as their use and programming.
This interdisciplinary volume discusses animal housing and welfare, captive breeding, conservation, zoo legislation, and visitor behaviour. This book is an important resource for students studying zoo biology and management, animal welfare, animal behaviour, wildlife conservation and veterinary science, and anyone with a general interest in zoos.
Presenting a wide range of new research from World Education Research Association (WERA)-affiliated scholars pertaining to democracy and education, this volume including topics such as school readiness in Mongolia, high stakes teacher evaluation policy in Japan, and family and community involvement in global educational advocacy.
This introduces firefighting and fire safety systems on ships for seafarers, students and cadets, as well as naval architects, ship designers and engineers. It is written in line with the IACS Classification Rules for Firefighting Systems, and with cross references to the ABS and other Class regulations.
Pearson Physics for the IB Diploma Higher Level
This book introduces students to environmental and evolutionary anthropology, focusing on how humans adapt to their environment and how the environment shapes culture. It shows how cultures evolved within the context of their environment and how their survival methods have affected other aspects of their culture.
Critical Thinking, Idea Innovation, and Creativity discusses methods of solving complex problems, demonstrates the benefits of using imaginative thinking, identifies ways to overcome inhibitors, provides guidelines for assessing creative experiences, and encourages the application of these methods.
James Smith (1989) is study of this hitherto-neglected maker of colonial culture, and traces the rise and decline of the transplanted ideas and values that Smith and many of his fellow immigrants to Australia upheld. It reveals the remarkable vigour with which Smith set about making a new society out of the legacy of the old.
Mastering the Commodore 64
First described by the internationally acclaimed bestselling author of this book, Eli Goldratt, The Theory of Constraints (TOC) is a process of ongoing improvement. Through a conversation with his daughter Efrat, he explains to her and the reader his fundamental system of beliefs in an engaging dialogue that brings the theory to life.
In Defence of British India (1984) illustrates the problems arising from the British need to defend an Indian empire. The strategies devised by Britain to counter the expansion of European empires into the Middle East are known as the Great Game.
The World Today (1974) examines the world of the late twentieth century and its roots - the disintegration of the old world is analysed in the expansion and subsequent decline of nineteenth-century imperialism, and the attempts by the League of Nations and United Nations to bring about a new order on international cooperation.
Catching the Last Bus to Woodstock: The Genesis of Inspector Morse
This book provides readers with an honest and contemporary insight into the work and experiences of trainee and early career practitioners. Using case studies, the chapters explore key topics including working within multi-disciplinary teams, maintaining ethics and integral practice and supporting mental health.
The English and Colonial Bars in the Nineteenth Century (1983) explores the impact of a changing society on the legal profession. It also examines the role of the inns of court as forging members of the governing elite and considers the structure of the colonial legal profession.
Examining the work of key Southeast and East Asian artists, Michael M. J. Fischer calls for a new anthropology of the arts that attends to the materalities and technologies of the world as it exists today.
Black Hat Graphql
Perspectives on Imperialism and Decolonization (1984) is a key collection of essays that analyse from many sides the growth and demise of Western imperialism. They examine imperial history, the experience of imperialism, and offer new thoughts on British decolonization.
Handbook Of Nursing Diagnosis
The Doctor of Nursing Practice Project: A Framework for Success
Alcohol, Crime and Public Health explores the issue of drinking in the criminal justice system, providing an overview of the topic from both a criminal justice and public health perspective.
International Handbook of Population and Environment
East Africa (1971) examines the social and economic as well as the political history, and takes pains to understand the ideas and motives of the various groups who make up the population of East Africa. It closely examines the African peoples' struggle for economic as well as political independence from their colonisers.
Race, Power and Social Segmentation in Colonial Society (1987) studies Guyanese society after slavery and specifically examines the area of social classes and ethnic groups. It also focuses on the theoretical issues in the debate on pluralism versus stratification.
The no-nonsense guide to change: how to lead it and how to lead through it when the world is still spinning. By the award-winning author of No Bullsh*t Leadership.
Communication for Constructive Workplace Conflict
A groundbreaking, revelatory portrait of the six generations that currently live in the United States and how they connect, conflict, and compete with one another-from the acclaimed author of Generation Me and iGen.
Korean Short Stories for Beginners and Intermediate Learners
Intelligent Safety: How to Protect Your Connected Family from the New Cybercrime teaches how we can put our families' online safety on autopilot and regaining our peace of mind.
Discover the "fascinating and outrageously readable" account of the roguish acts of the first pirates to raid the Pacific in a crusade that ended in a sensational trial back in England-perfect for readers of Nathaniel Philbrick and David McCullough (Douglas Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Lost City of the Monkey God)
Anti-Money Laundering in a Nutshell
Local Government in West Africa (1964) examines colonial and independent local government in Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone. It looks at how the local government was supposed to work according to its British origins, and how it gradually came to work in its West African environment.
This book provides an eye-opening look at the outsized role that seven Presidents played in shaping the policies and practices relative to school desegregation through their bully pulpit.
Developing Sport Coaches is a new text that supports the holistic long-term development of sport coaches as well as help aid existing sport coaches to understand their development.
In his powerfully argued short book, Ramin Jahanbegloo contends that the time has come for humanity to renew its commitment - politically, economically, and culturally - to the idea of non-violence.
Tragedy and Hope
This innovative book uses a case-based approach to discuss mistakes made in the practice of clinical neuropsychology to form a helpful tool in the training of early career clinicians. By allowing readers space for critical reflection during clinical practice, the book teaches competency in clinical neuropsychology.
Solutions Manual to Accompany Applied Mathematics and Modeling for Chemical Engineers
Teaching Is for Superheroes!
Focus on Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Japanese For Busy People 1 - Kana Edition: Revised 4th Edition
Exam Ref PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals