Recent Submissions

  • Modern meta-analysis : Review and update of methodologies 

    Cleophas, J. Ton; Zwinderman, H. Aeilko (Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2017)
    Modern meta-analyses do more than combine the effect sizes of a series of similar studies. The term “meta” in meta-analysis can be interpreted as “beyond”, and meta-analyses are currently increasingly applied for any ...
  • Leadership today: Practices for personal and professional performance 

    Marques, Joan; Dhiman, Satinder (Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2017)
    Leadership starts with leading oneself before leading others. Purpose is a foundational aspect thereby. This chapter defines a perspective on leadership that may not be the most common one, but is highly identifiable for ...
  • Language across the curriculum & CLIL in English as an additional language (EAL) contexts : Theory and practice 

    Lin, M.Y. Angel (Springer Science+Business Media Singapore, 2016)
    Language Across the Curriculum (LAC) and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) constitute rapidly growing areas of both research and practice in many parts of the world, especially in Asia, Australia and Europe. ...
  • Holistic leadership : A new paradigm for today’s leaders 

     Dhiman, Satinder (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
    We live in an interesting period of material progress and spiritual impoverishment. The sorry plight of the contemporary world is that we are preoccupied with the relentless pursuit of changing everything in the external ...
  • Rights, resources & rural development : Community based natural resource management in Southern Africa 

    Fabricius, Christo (Earthscan, 2004)
    Throughout southern Africa, ordinary men and women are managing and using natural resources (for example, plants, animals, forests, wildlife and crops) in ways that enhance their lives. They get their food, fuel, building ...
  • Quantitative data analysis : Doing social research to test ideas 

    Treiman, Donald J. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008)
  • Qualitative research methods for the social sciences 

    Berg, Bruce Lawrence (Allyn & Bacon, 2001)
    In this, the fourth edition of Qualitative ResearchA1ethodsjor the Social Sciences, my goal remains identical to that of previous editions: to offer a handbook for anyone interested in but unfumiliar with qualitative ...
  • Public administration in a globalizing world: Theories and practices 

    Chakrabarty, Bidyut; Chand, Prakash (Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd, 2012)
    This was our dream project. We are thankful to SAGE for having agreed to publish the book for wider attention. There is hardly a book dealing with theories and practices of public administration in the same depth. The book ...
  • Introduction to international political economy 

    Balaam, David N.; Dillman, Bradford (Pearson, 2014)
    As we started working on this edition of the text, most of us felt as if the dark cloud of the global financial crisis was still over us. Reading the international and business sections of major newspapers, we witnessed ...
  • International political economy: Perspectives on global power and wealth 

    Frieden, Jeffry A.; Lake, David A. (Routledge, 2003)
    The readings in International Political Economy: Perspectives on Global Power and Wealth are primarily intended to introduce the study of international political economy to those with little or no prior knowledge of it. ...
  • International political economy and poststructural politics 

    Goede, Marieke de (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006)
    This volume offers a sustained engagement between IPE and poststructuralism, that takes seriously the criticisms voiced above, but that moves beyond a polarization of the debate
  • Philosophical foundations of human rights 

    Cruft, Rowan; Liao, S. Matthew; Renzo, Massimo (Oxford University Press, 2015)
    Human rights are the distinctive legal, moral, and political concept of the last sixty years. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the Third United Nations General Assembly in December 1948, and ...
  • Introduction to social work and social welfare: Empowering people 

    Zastrow, Charles (Cengage Learning, 2017)
    This book is designed to stimulate student interest in social work and to provide an experiential “flavor” of what the fields of social welfare and social work are really like. Using a social problems approach, the book ...
  • Eye tracking : Methodology theory and practice 

    Duchowski, T. Andrew (Springer International Publishing AG, 2017)
    Ten years (almost to the day) have elapsed since the writing of the second edition. As the technology has proliferated, so has the research output associated with the use of the eye tracker. While the ACM Symposium on Eye ...
  • Evolution and the social mind : Evolutionary psychology and social cognition 

    Forgas, P. Joseph; Haselton, G. Martie; von Hippel, William (Psychology Press, 2011)
    The collection of chapters in this book seeks to combine the study of human social cognition—the way we think, decide, plan and analyse social situations—with an evolutionary framework that considers these activities in ...
  • Human rights: A very short introduction 

    Clapham, Andrew (Oxford University Press Inc., 2007)
    The aim of this book is to provide the reader with some entry points into the worlds of human rights thinking, activism, and law. This book concentrates on the power of ideas to mobilize people against injustice and ...
  • Human growth and development: An introduction for social workers 

    Sudbery, John (Routledge, 2010)
    This book is an introduction to human growth and development for social workers. Although designed for a first-year undergraduate course, it contains sufficient depth to be a resource which remains useful afterwards.
  • Human development: A life-span view 

    Kail, Robert V.; Cavanaugh, John C. (Cengage Learning, 2010)
    Human development is both the most fascinating and most complex science there is. Human Development: A Life-Span View, Fifth Edition, introduces you to the issues, forces, and outcomes that make us who we are.
  • Human development : A life-span view 

    Kail, Robert V.; Cavanuagh, John C. (Cengage Learning, 2016)
    Human development is both the most fascinating and the most complex science there is. Human Development: A Life-Span View, Seventh Edition, introduces you to the issues, forces, and outcomes that make us who we are.
  • Correctional counseling and treatment 

     Kratcoski, C. Peter  (Springer International Publishing AG, 2017)
    Correctional Counseling and Treatment, Sixth Edition, is designed to provide information on the counseling and treatment methods currently being used in community and institutional corrections in the United States. The ...

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