Empirical Evidence and Lived Experience
The use of first-hand service user accounts of mental illness is still limited in the professional literature available. This is, however, beginning to change, with a new ‘recovery’ focus in mental health services meaning that the voices of service users are finally being heard. Recovering from...
To Be Published October 27th 2015 by Routledge
Critical Understandings of Place, Space and Experience, 3rd Edition
For human geographers, a central theme within the discipline is interpreting and understanding our changing world – a world in which geographic patterns are constantly being reworked by powerful forces of change. These forces include population shifts, new patterns of economic production and...
Published September 11th 2014 by Routledge
The Survival of the East in the Fifth Century
The Rome that Did Not Fall provides a well-illustrated, comprehensive narrative and analysis of the Roman empire in the east, charting its remarkable growth and development which resulted in the distinct and enduring civilization of Byzantium. It considers:* the fourth century background* the...
Published April 28th 2014 by Routledge
Solution Focused Coaching in Practice is a practical ‘how-to’ guide that provides an invaluable overview of Solution Focused Coaching skills and techniques. Reflecting upon published research on the solution focused approach, Bill O’Connell, Stephen Palmer and Helen Williams bring their own...
Published May 31st 2012 by Routledge
A New Synthesis, 2nd Edition
Tourism is an intensely geographic phenomenon. It stimulates large-scale, global movement of people and forges distinctive relationships between people and the places they visit. It shapes processes of physical development and resource exploitation, whilst the presence of visitors exerts a range of...
Published May 18th 2009 by Routledge
Difficult Cases in Hepatology is a teaching class in the full range of liver problems, from unusual aspects of common diagnosis through to rarer diseases. With a format that encourages readers to test their knowledge against the experts as the cases are presented, this practical text is an...
Published October 12th 2004 by CRC Press
Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences
Examining exactly what social scientists mean by the term tourism, and what it means to be a tourist, this collection charts the sociological changes that have occurred in tourism, as well as the shift from the upper-class ‘grand tours’ of the late nineteenth-century to the mass tourism of the...
Published October 23rd 2003 by Routledge
Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed 10 justices to the U.S. Supreme Court - more than any president except Washington - and during his presidency from 1933 to 1945, the Court gained more visibility, underwent greater change, and made more landmark decisions than it had in its previous 150 years of...
Published March 31st 2003 by Routledge
This text provides a concise introduction to new and established geographies of tourism. Using worldwide examples it examines the differing economic, environmental and sociological impacts that tourism has on destinations. It looks to the future by considering how planning for tourism can assist in...
Published October 1st 1998 by Routledge
The Empire at Bay
Series: Roman Imperial Biographies
Emperor Theodosius (379-95) was the last Roman emperor to rule a unified empire of East and West and his reign represents a turning point in the policies and fortunes of the Late Roman Empire. In this imperial biography, Stephen Williams and Gerry Friell bring together literary, archaeological and...
Published May 28th 1998 by Routledge