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Feminist Post-structuralism, Critical Media Education and School History Sources: A South African Experience of Deconstruction and Reconstitution

Democracy demands that education should pay urgent attention to the anomaly of gender inequity in the socio-economic and political spheres.

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Disability and Culture: An International and Inter-professional Perspective

This book is the first of its kind to specifically look at the issues of how disability is culturally placed and contextualized in different societies.

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Nixon and the Dragon Lady: Did Richard Nixon Conspire with Anna Chennault in 1968 to Destroy Peace in Vietnam

Nixon and the Dragon Lady, is an interactive interdisciplinary work, which explores the intriguing question of whether Richard Nixon conspired to destroy a realistic early peace in the Vietnam War.

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The Men's Shed Movement: The Company of Men

Over two decades, the men’s shed movement has mushroomed from the ground up to become a strongly networked international movement, in Australia, Ireland, the UK, New Zealand, and continental Europe.

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Structural Elements for Architects and Builders: Design of Columns, Beams, and Tension Elements in Wood, Steel, and Reinforced Concrete

The best structures book for architects and builders has just gotten better! Jonathan Ochshorn's Structural Elements for Architects and Builders has been revised, updated, and thoroughly reorganized.

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Welfare, Social Work and an Indigenous Community: Mission to Town

This book examines social work and its engagement with an Indigenous community in north west Victoria, Australia from the late 1960’s from an historical perspective.

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Spiritual Foodways: An Ecofeminist Perspective on Our Sacred Journey with Food

This interdisciplinary food history explores the degradation of food in the US, arguing that a right relationship with food is dependent upon the ethical treatment of each plant or animal.

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Margaret Atwood’s Voices and Representations: from Poetry to Tweets

Professor Evain’s approach will go far to deepen our understanding of Atwood’s poetry, which is just as important as the fictional work of this multi-facetted groundbreaking and award-winning author.

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Reframing A Portrait of the Artist: Joyce and the Phenomenological Imagination

Until recently, few works have examined the close complicity of phenomenology and modernism; none have focused on Joyce.

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Teaching Organizational and Business Ethics

This edited collection explores the increasing importance of effectively training the organizational leaders of tomorrow, presenting a wide range of cross-disciplinary research in an organized, clear, and accessible manner.

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