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  1. Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Second Edition

    This second edition reviews the new research findings and theoretical advances on fathers, families, child development, programs, and policies that have occurred in the past decade. Contributors from a range of disciplines and countries showcase contemporary findings within a new common chapter structure.

  2. The Hungry Dragon: three new Europa titles explore China‚Äôs rapid economic and political rise

    Politically isolated until the end of the Cold War, China is now a key global player with an economic strength second only to that of the United States.

    This recent rise to dominance is reflected in the Europa Handbooks and Monographs schedule which, in 2013, will publish three titles relating to the region: China and the Middle East: from Silk Road to Arab Spring, Hungry Dragon: How China’s Resource Quest is Reshaping the World and Handbook of China’s Governance and Domestic Politics. Cathy Hartley, Senior Editor for Europa, explains a little more about each title and her decision to focus commissioning on this rapidly changing country...

  3. Cultural Ecstasies: Drugs, Gender and the Social Imaginary

    In this important contribution to the field, Ilana Mountian critically analyses discourses surrounding drug addiction, drug prohibition, treatment and prevention, and highlights new ways of understanding the role that gender plays in the ethics of drug use across cultures.

  4. Language and Action in Cognitive Neuroscience

    This book collates the most up to date evidence from behavioural, brain imagery and stroke-patient studies, to discuss the ways in which cognitive and neural processes are responsible for language processing.

  5. Congratulations to Professor Harry Mallgrave on being awarded an RIBA Honorary Fellowship

    The Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) Council today approved 12 new RIBA Honorary Fellowships to reward individuals from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds, including the worlds of education, sustainability, engineering, property development, journalism, politics and the wider built environment industry.

    RIBA Honorary Fellowships are awarded annually to people who have made a particular contribution to architecture in its broadest sense. This includes its promotion, administration and outreach; and its role in building moresustainable communities and in the education of future generations.

    The 2013 RIBA Honorary Fellowships will be awarded on Wednesday 6 February 2013

  6. European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference

    With the 27th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition having just taken place in Germany, we have put together a selection of our bestselling and upcoming titles relevant to the themes being discussed.

  7. Unlocking the Emotional Brain

    Psychotherapy that regularly yields liberating, lasting change was, in the last century, a futuristic vision, but it has now become reality, thanks to a convergence of remarkable advances in clinical knowledge and brain science. In Unlocking the Emotional Brain, authors Ecker, Ticic and Hulley equip readers to carry out focused, empathic therapy using the process found by researchers to induce memory reconsolidation, the recently discovered and only known process for actually unlocking emotional memory at the synaptic level.

  8. Critiquing Sustainability, Changing Philosophy by Jenneth Parker

    To increasing numbers of people, sustainability is the key challenge of the twenty-first century. In the many fields where it is a goal, persistent problems obstruct the efforts of those trying to make a difference. The task of this book is to identify the philosophical failings underlying these problems, on the basis that the ways in which we conceptualise sustainability may contribute to, or alternately undermine vital projects.

  9. Carbon management in buildings is central to a low carbon economy

    Rohinton Emmanuel, author of Carbon Management in the Built Environment, has written an article for our November 2012 Building and Construction Newsletter, looking at the importance of carbon management in buildings for a low carbon economy and sustainable future.

  10. A few words from Morgen Witzel, author of ‘A History of Management Thought’

    Morgen Witzel talks a little about modern day management and how it compares to management from 5000 years ago.

    Click here for more information on A History of Managment Thought

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