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Handbook of South Asian Culture and Society

Handbook of South Asian Politics

Edited by Veena Das, The Johns Hopkins University, USA

The Handbook of South Asian Politics examines key issues in South Asian politics.

The Handbook of South Asian Culture and Society presents key issues on culture and society in the South Asian context. Written by experts in their respective areas, the Handbook introduces the reader to the field. Emphasizing the significant changes that have been taking place in South Asian societies in light of globalization and the critical responses this has generated, the chapters capture the new kinds of themes across the domains of religion, politics, economics, and kinship. Taking into account economic and political changes in the different South Asian societies, the contributors provide invaluable insight into the cultural life of the region. Thereby, a ‘history of the moment’ of South Asian culture and society is presented. The Handbook is structured along the following sections: • institutional and cultural framework • Modernity: Its promises and its threats • gender • geography, environment, population and urban studies • religion • literature, theatre, music and the arts • popular culture. This comprehensive reference work will be an invaluable source of information to students and academics interested in cultural studies, anthropology and sociology and South Asian studies. Selected Contents: 1. Institutional and Cultural Framework 2. Modernity: Its Promises and its Threats 3. Gender 4. Geography, Environment, Population and Urban Studies 5. Religion 6. Literature, Theatre, Music and the Arts 7. Popular Culture April 2010: 246x189: 480pp Hb: 978-0-415-77557-1: £95.00

Edited by Paul Brass, University of Washington, USA

Written by experts in their respective areas, this Handbook introduces the reader to the politics of South Asia by presenting the prevailing agreements and disagreements in the literature. This unique reference work will be an invaluable source of information to students and academics interested in South Asian studies, South Asian politics, comparative political science and international relations. Selected Contents: Introduction Paul Brass I. The Foundation of the Three Major States of South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka 1. India and Pakistan Ian Talbot 2. Sri Lanka Nira Konjitt Wickramasinghe II. Politics in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh II. 1 Political Change 1.1 Political Change, Political Structure, and the Functioning of Government 1.1.1 India John Harriss 1.1.2 Pakistan Hasan-Askari Rizvi 1.1.3 Sri Lanka Neil DeVotta 1.1.4 Bangladesh Harry Blair 1.2. Parties and Politics 1.2.1 India Jim Manor 1.2.2 Pakistan Hasan-Askar Rizvi 1.2.3 Sri Lanka Neil DeVotta 1.2.4 Bangladesh Harry Blair 1.3 Federalism, State and Local Politics, and Centre-State Relations 1.3.1 India Lloyd and Susanne Rudolph 1.3.2 Pakistan 1.3.3 Sri Lanka Neil DeVotta 1.3.4 Bangladesh 1.4 The Supreme Court, the Judiciary, and the Legal System 1.4.1 India Shylashri Shankar 1.4.2 Pakistan Paula Newberg 1.4.3 Sri Lanka Shylashri Shankar 1.4.4 Bangladesh Sara Hossain and Mirza Hassan II. 2 Pluralism and National Integration 2.1 India 2.1.1 Language Problems E. Annamalai 2.1.2 Crises of National Unity: Punjab, the Northeast, and Kashmir Gurharapal Singh 2.1.3 Communal and Caste Conflict: Secularism, Hindu Nationalism, and the Indian State Steven Wilkinson 2.2 Pakistan and Sri Lanka 2.2.1 Language Problems and Politics in Pakistan and the Bengali Language Movement before the Secession Tariq Rahman 2.2.2 Crises of National Unity in Sri Lanka Jayadev Uyangoda 2.2.3 Ethnic and Islamic Political Movements in Pakistan Mohammad Waseem II.3 Political Economy 3.1 Politics, Economic Development, and Social Change 3.1.1 India Stuart Corbridge 3.1.2 Pakistan 3.1.3 Sri Lanka 3.1.4 Bangladesh 3.2 Political Aspects of Agricultural Change 3.2.1 India Jan Breman 3.2.2 Pakistan 3.2.3 Sri Lanka 3.2.4 Bangladesh III. Comparative Chapters 1. Civil-military Relations in India and Pakistan Stephen Cohen 2. Patronage, Corruption, and Criminality Stanley Kochanek 3. Radical and Violent Political Movements Sumanta Banerjee 4. International Relations of South Asia Vernon Hewitt

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Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society

Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching

Edited by Theodore C. Bestor, and Victoria Bestor, both at Harvard University, USA

Edited by Michel Moral, University of Paris VIII, France and Geoffrey Abbott, Institute of Executive Coaching, Australia

The Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society is an interdisciplinary resource that focuses on contemporary Japan and the social and cultural trends that are important at the beginning of the twenty-first century. This Handbook provides a cutting-edge and comprehensive survey of significant phenomena, institutions, and directions in Japan today, on issues ranging from gender and family, the environment, race and ethnicity, and urban life, to popular culture and electronic media. As such, it is an invaluable reference tool for anyone interested in Japan’s culture and society. Selected Contents: Japan at Mid-Century: From Radio Tokyo to the Tokyo Olympics Peter Duus Cultural Approaches to Political Identity and Discourse David Leheny Politics, Language and Society Nanette Gottlieb Religion in Contemporary Japanese Lives Mark Mullins War and Memory Alexis Dudden Identity and Status Social Class and Identity David Slater The Politics of Gender Robin Le Blanc The Japanese Family in Flux Merry White Race, Ethnicity and Minorities in Japan Richard Siddle Life on the Margins: the Homeless, Migrant Workers, and the Disabled Carolyn Stevens Queer Culture Mark McLelland Mizushobai and Sex Industries Haeng-ja Sachiko Chung Aging and Social Welfare Leng Leng Thang Urban Landscapes Paul Waley Architecture and the Built Environment Bill Coaldrake Cultural Flows: Japan and East Asia Koichi Iwabuchi Japanese Education Roger Goodman Law and Society Lawrence Repeta The Rise of the Civil Sector Akihiro Ogawa Popular Japanese Literature and the Culture of Publishing Stephen Snyder Japanese Manga and Anime Susan Napier Japanese Film and Television Aaron Gerow Music Culture Ian Condry Sports Culture William Kelly Japanese Cuisine and Food Culture Ted and Vickey Bestor October 2008: 246x174: 624pp Hb: 978-0-415-43649-6: £95.00

An effective coach can help the business leader make sense of the challenges and complexities of modern international business, unlocking the potential of both leader and organization. This important new Handbook offers the first comprehensive and detailed introduction to the theory and practice of international business coaching, drawing on the very latest academic research as well as real-world examples of international best practice. The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching is essential reading for all trainee business coaches, all students of coaching theory and method, and for all business leaders looking to better understand the role of the modern business coach. Selected Contents: 1. An Overview of International Business Coaching 2. Coaching to the Hidden Cultural Frames in Individuals and Organizations 3. Coaching for Meaning Making in International Organizations: Paradox and Complexity 4. Executive Team Coaching in Multinational Companies 5. International Coaching Seen from a Global Human Resources Perspective 6. Person/Organization Fit: What Makes for a Successful Global Coach and How to Select One 7. Coaching Through Mergers and Acquisitions 8. Coaching for Acculturation: Coaching Across the Affective, Behavioural and Cognitive Domains 9. When Far East Meets West: Seeking Cultural Synthesis through Coaching 10. Coaching Different Management Styles between Eastern and Western Europe 11. Enhancing Communication Skills and Awareness for Managers in Intercultural Contexts 12. Tools of Intercultural Coaching: Balancing Face-to-Face Craftmanship with Scientific Efficiency 13. Cultural Dimensions: Coaching to Leverage Differences 14. Coaching a Bi or Multicultural Coachee 15. Coaching Short-Term Expatriates for Success: Avoiding the Sink or Swim 16. Global Corporate Venturers 17. Coaching Women Managers in Multinational Companies 18. Coaching Expatriate Couples 19. Uncertainty Management: Coaching Against Burn-out 20. Morphing: Coping With Stress in Complex Intercultural Environments 21. Tandem Coaching: A Breakthrough Approach to Diversity and Coaching 22. Coaching in Developing Economies: The Latin American Experience 23. The Heart of Cross-Cultural Coaching: Inclusion and Presence that Produces Something Greater 24. Ontological Coaching: Meaning and Trust in Organizational Contexts 25. Body and Culture 26. Coaching with Emotion in the Intercultural Context 27. Reflections on the Future of International Business Coaching

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The Routledge Companion to Accounting History

The Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management

Edited by Richard Edwards, and Stephen Walker, both at Cardiff University, UK

Edited by John Storey, The Open University, UK, Patrick M. Wright, Cornell University, USA and David Ulrich

As the first reference work in the field of accounting history to provide a comprehensive subject overview, this volume is an essential tool for researchers, teachers, students and practitioners. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, leading international editors and contributors have put together a balanced account of research and practice, the key issues and relevant debates in this rapidly expanding discipline. The topics explored include: • The discipline of accounting history • The history of accounting technologies • The history of accounting theory and practice • How and where accounting interfaced with economy, society, culture and politics and their impact on current accounting practice and future advances. Analytical and engaging, this definitive work provides an introduction to contemporary scholarship and theories, and reflects the increasingly diverse research that is being undertaken in the field. June 2008: 246x174: 576pp Hb: 978-0-415-41094-6: £95.00

Combining up-to-date research, innovative content and practical perspectives, this book is the benchmark by which all other strategic HRM reference works should be measured. Offering a comprehensive and authoritative overview of the field, leading figures from around the globe survey the current state of the discipline and introduce and explore new and cutting-edge themes. Section introductions and integrative critiques from key authorities pull together the separate themes to provide cross-comparison between chapters, creating a cohesive and well-structured volume. Unlike other texts in this area, The Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management also includes contributions from leading management and business writers in areas adjacent to human resource management, for instance strategy, innovation and organizational learning. These add fresh and challenging insights into HRM themes from key mainstream business and management thinking. This book is an essential resource for researchers and students studying human resource management and strategy. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction Part 2: Analytical Frameworks 2. The Disciplinary Origins 3. Post-modern Perspectives 4. Globalisation 5. Legal Aspects and Regulation 6. Critical Theory 7. Human Capital, Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Part 3: Overarching Themes 8. Strategy and HRM 9. The HR Profession: Roles, Competencies 10. HR Function 11. E-HR and Shared Services 12. Executive Teams, Leadership and HRM 13. New Organizational Forms, Networks, Supply Chains and HR 14. IJVs 15. Changing Labour Markets: Gangmasters and the Hourglass Economy 16. Managing Change Part 4: Areas of Practice 17. Recruitment 18. Attracting and Selection 19. Redundancy/Rightsizing 20. Reward 21. Performance Management 22. 360 Degree and Coaching 23. Employee Engagement/Commitment/Participation 24. Capability Development and Careers 25. Discipline and Dismissal 26. Work Design 27. Diversity and Equal Opportunities Part 5: The Capability-Building Perspective 28. Leadership Development/Talent Management 29. Capabilities and Resources 30. Organization Learning 31. Knowledge Management Part 6: Contexts 32. Public Sector 33. Small Business 34. Service Sectors 35. Transnational Firms Part 7: Regions 36. International HRM 37. HR in South East Asia 38. HR in India 39. HR in China Part 8: Performance Outcomes 40. HR and Financial Outcomes 41. Employee Outcomes 42. Customer Outcomes 43. Societal Outcomes

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The Routledge Companion To Creativity

The Routledge Companion to Fair Value and Financial Reporting Edited by Peter Walton, ESSEC Business School, France Comprising contributions from a unique mixture of academics, standard setters and practitioners, and edited by an internationally recognized expert, this book, on a controversial and intensely debated topic, is the only definitive reference source available on the topics of fair value and financial reporting.

Edited by Tudor Rickards, Susan Moger, both at University of Manchester, UK and Mark Runco, Saybook Graduate School, San Francisco, USA

This volume is an essential purchase for anyone with an interest in creativity from a business, psychological or design perspective. The editors and contributors, each specialist in their field, provide readers with an insightful and cutting-edge resource. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Design and Creativity 3. Managing Turbulence 4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 5. Environmental Influences 6. Structural Interventions 7. Personal Characteristics 8. Knowledge Generation and Management 9. Meta-Concepts (Ideas on Ideas) 10. ‘Square Pegs/Round Holes‘ October 2008: 246x174: 456pp Hb: 978-0-415-77317-1: £75.00

Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management Edited by Michael Harris Series: LEA‘s Organization and Management Series Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management, a book in LEA’s Organization and Management Series, provides a sophisticated, in-depth examination of research in international human resource management (IHRM). Selected Contents: Introduction. National Culture and Cultural Effects. Qualitative Research Methodologies and International Human Resource Management. Methodological Issues in International Human Resource Management Research. Human Resource Strategy in International Context. Research on Selection in an International Context: Current Status and Future Directions. International Performance Management and Appraisal: Research Perspectives. International Compensation. International Labor Relations. Expatriate Management. Careers in a Global Context. Summary and Conclusions December 2007: 246x174: 256pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4948-6: £61.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-4949-3: £18.95

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This Companion: • examines the use of fair value in international financial reporting standards and the US standard SFAS 157 Fair Value Measurement, setting out the case for and against • looks at fair value from a number of different theoretical perspectives, including possible future uses, alternative measurement paradigms and how it compares with other valuation models • explores fair value accounting in practice, including audit, financial instruments, impairments, an investment banking perspective, approaches to fair value in Japan and the USA, and Enron’s use of fair value. An outstanding resource, this volume is an indispensable reference that is deserving of a place on the bookshelves of both libraries and all those working in, studying, or researching the areas of international accounting, financial accounting and reporting. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction: The Nature of Fair Value 2. The Use of Fair Value in IFRS 3. What SFAS 157 Does and Does Not Accomplish 4. The Case for Fair Value 5. Fair Values: Imaginary Prices and Mystical Markets Part 2: Theoretical Analysis 6. Recent History of Fair Value 7. Fair Value and Valuation Models 8. Whither Fair Value?: The Future of Fair Value 9. Between a Rock and a Hard Place 10. Fair Value and Capital Markets 11. Fair Value: The Right Measurement Basis? 12. Measurement in Accounting and Fair Value 13. CCA: An Unsuccessful Attempt to Change the Measurement Basis 14. Alternatives to Fair Value 15. The Relevance and Reliability of Fair Value Measurement 16. The Fair Value Principle and its Impact on Debt and Equity Part 3: Fair Value in Practice 17. Fair Value: A Cautionary Tale from Enron 18. The Insurance Industry and Fair Value 19. Fair Value Measurement for Corporate Entities, Insurance Companies and Retail Banks from an Investment Banker’s Perspective 20. Fair Value and the Auditor 21. Fair Value Accounting in the USA 22. A Japanese Perspective on Fair Value 23. Pension Accounting and Fair Value 24. Fair Value in IFRS: Issues for Developing Countries and SMEs 25. Fair Value and Financial Instruments 26. Fair Value and IAS 36 May 2007: 246x174: 424pp Hb: 978-0-415-42356-4: £100.00

True creativity can be as hard to define as it is to achieve. A complex and compelling area of study, this volume draws from a variety of subject areas to explore how creativity can be better understood, and used, in a range of contexts. The book not only centres creativity in wider organizational theory, but also defines the conditions in which creativity can flourish, and assesses how the contemporary business environment impacts on creative solutions.

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The Routledge Companion to Nonprofit Marketing Edited by Adrian Sargeant, Indiana University, USA and Walter Wymer Jr, The Joseph W. Lutter III School of Business, Virginia, USA This timely collection of cutting-edge articles offers a complete overview of marketing in the nonprofit sector. Written by a leading team of international experts, it examines the issues faced by public and non-profit organizations in marketing and raising funds, and provides a comprehensive review of the latest research. An introductory section reviews the history of ideas in non-profit marketing and examines those fundamental marketing principles of special relevance to non-profit organizations. The book then explores in-depth the latest thinking in each of the most important non-profit arenas, including: • voluntary sector marketing • fundraising • arts marketing • education marketing • political marketing • social marketing • volunteer recruitment, management and retention • public sector marketing and e-Government. Containing real-world examples and case study material throughout, The Routledge Companion to Non-profit Marketing makes an important contribution to our understanding of marketing theory and practice in the nonprofit sector. It is an essential reference for all students, researchers and practitioners working in non-profit marketing, fundraising or philanthropy. November 2007: 246x174: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-41727-3: £95.00

Selected Contents: Introduction. Growth of a Discipline. Non-profit Education: The Inclusion of Non-profit Marketing into Traditional Marketing Curricula. Voluntary Sector Marketing. Operationalizing the Marketing Concept: Achieving a Market Orientation in the Voluntary Sector Context. Relationship Marketing in the Not-for-Profit Sector: A Review and Re-conceptualization. Managing Relationship Quality: A New Perspective on Supporter-Care. Managing the Non-profit Brand. Fundraising. Individual Giving Behaviour: A Multidisciplinary Review. Corporate Philanthropy: Who Gives, Who Benefits and Why? Why the Wealthy Give. Creative Philanthropy: Key Issues and Trends in Foundation Support. ePhilanthropy: Using the Internet to Build Support. Causerelated Marketing: A Review and Research Agenda. Social Entrepreneurship: A Review and Research Agenda. Arts Marketing. The Artist and the Brand. Arts Audiences: A Perspective on Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning. Relationship Marketing and Audience Retention. Education Marketing. Public Education as an Emerging Market for Marketers. Information Search and Choice Behaviour in Higher Education. Public Health and Healthcare Marketing. Healthcare Market Strategy. Pharmaceutical Marketing and the American Health Care System. Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Medicines: Implications for Primary Healthcare Delivery. Political Marketing. Political Marketing: A Review and Research Agenda. The Product, Sales and Marketoriented Party. Social Marketing. Critical Issues in Social Marketing: A Review and Research Agenda. Social Marketing in Public Health. Marketing Aids Prevention: An Application of Social Marketing. Volunteer Recruitment, Management and Retention. Recruiting Volunteers: Who Volunteers, Why and for What? Volunteer Retention and Development. Public Sector Marketing and e-Government. Realizing the Promise of Electronic Government. Understanding Service Quality in the New Public Sector.

A Handbook of Corporate Communication and Public Relations Edited by Sandra Oliver

Handbook of Media Management and Economics

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The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education

Handbook of Research on Social Studies Education

Edited by James A. Banks, University of Washington, Seattle, USA This volume is the first authoritative reference work to provide a truly comprehensive international analysis of multicultural education around the world. James A. Banks, one of the field’s most important founders, theorists and researchers, has compiled an international roster of contributors to describe and analyze the nature, boundaries, and scope of global multicultural education today. The book is divided into nine sections, covering theory and research pertaining to curriculum reform, immigration and citizenship, language, religion, and the education of ethnic and cultural minority groups among other topics. With forty newly commissioned pieces written by a prestigious group of internationally renowned scholars, The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education provides the definitive statement on the state of multicultural education and on its possibilities for the future. April 2009: 234x156: 600pp Hb: 978-0-415-96230-8: £114.00

Linda Levstik, University of Kentucky, USA and Cynthia Tyson, Ohio State University, USA This Handbook outlines the current state of research in social studies education – a complex, dynamic, challenging field with competing perspectives about appropriate goals, and on-going conflict over the content of the curriculum – and, equally important, encourages the kind of new research needed to move the field forward to foster the civic competence which advocates for the social studies have long claimed as a fundamental goal. In considering how to organize the Handbook, the editors searched out definitions of social studies, statements of purpose, and themes that linked (or divided) theory, research, and practices and established criteria for topics to include. Each chapter meets one or more of these criteria: research activity since the last Handbook that warrants a new analysis, topics representing a major emphasis in the NCSS standards, and topics reflecting an emerging or reemerging field within the social studies. The volume is organized around seven themes: • change and continuity in social studies • civic competence in pluralist democracies • social justice and the social studies • assessment and accountability • teaching and learning in the disciplines • information ecologies: technology in the social studies • teacher preparation and development The Handbook of Research in Social Studies is a must-have resource for all beginning and experienced researchers in the field.

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Handbook of Behavioral Disorders in Children and Adolescents

2ND EDITION

Richard Morris and Thomas Kratochwill Even though research in the fields of school psychology, child clinical psychology, and child psychiatry has grown exponentially over the past twenty-five to thirty years, no single volume has attempted to comprehensively organize and describe these findings. That is the mission of this fortychapter Handbook. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction and Overview to the Book R. Morris and S. Pfeiffer Part 2: Assessment 2. Neuropsychological Assessment of Behavior Problems J. Obrzut 3. Behavior Rating Scales, Inventories, and Checklists D. Lachar 4. Personality Assessment S. Crowley or F.Prevatt 5. Behavioral Assessment Techniques E. Shapiro or T. Kratochwill 6. Diagnostic Interviewing Techniques C. Edelbrock or H. Orvaschel 7. Cultural Issues in Assessment of Behavior Disorders S. Mishra Part 3: Diagnosis and Classification 8. Issues in Classification of Childhood Psychopathology F. Gresham 9. Categorical Approaches to Diagnosis 10. Developmental Approaches to Diagnosis 11. Multivariate Approaches to Diagnosis T. Achenbach 12. Family Systems Perspectives to Diagnosis R. Lee Part 4: Characteristics, Etiologies, and Inventions 3. Attachment Disorders W. Silverman or K. Wagner 14. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder J. March 15. Fears and Related Anxieties R. Morris 16. Child and Adolescent Depression N. Kaslow 17. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder P. Saigh 18. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder G. DuPaul 19. Conduct Disorder A. Kazdin 20. Juvenile Delinquency S. Pfeiffer and M. Railey 21. Somatic Disorders L.Siegel 22. Autism Spectrum Disorders L. Schriebman and M. Charlop 23. Mental Retardation J. Matson 24. Sexual and Physical Abuse Victimization J. Becker 25. Substance Abuse C. O’Brien or K. Carroll 26. Eating Disorders T. Wadden or A. Kaplan 27. Biploar Disorder B. Geller 28. Academic Problems N. Mather 29. Family Violence D. Mears and C. Visher Part 5: Prevention 30. Early Childhood Prevention Models J. Braden 31. Building Competence/Resilience: Positive Psychology Movement M. Seligman Part 6: Ethical Practices, Standards, and Policy Issues 32. Ethical Issues, Standards, and Laws Related to the Delivery of Mental Health Services to Minors K. Allen and R. Morris 33. Licensing and Certification Protecting the Public S. DeMers 34. Cultural and Diversity Issues in Providing Psychological Services to Children and Adolescents D.W. Sue Part 7: Education and Training of Child/Adolescent Therapists 35. Training Models C. Shealy or C. Peterson 36. Internship and Post-Doctoral Residency Programs W. Pryzwansky Part 8: Research Method Issues 37. Research Issues in Assessment D. Streiner 38. Research Issues in Intervention A. Kazdin or K. Hoagwood or P.Kendall

Handbook of College Reading and Study Strategy Research Edited by Rona Flippo, Massachusetts University, USA and David Caverly, Texas State University - San Marcos, USA The Handbook of College Reading and Study Strategy Research, second edition, is the most comprehensive and upto-date source available for college reading and study strategy practitioners and administrators. In response to changing demographics, politics, policy, issues, and concerns in the field of college reading and study strategies since publication of the first edition in 1999, this edition has been substantially revised and updated to reflect the newest research in the field, including six new chapters, and a more user-friendly structure to make it easier for researchers, program administrators, college instructors, and graduate students to find the information that they need. In this thorough and systematic examination of theory, research, and practice, college reading teachers will find information to make better instructional decisions, administrators will find justification for programmatic implementations, and professors will find in one book both theory and practice to better prepare graduate students to understand the parameters and issues of this field. The Handbook is an essential resource for professionals, researchers, and students as they continue to study, research, learn, and share more about college reading and study strategy issues and instruction. Selected Contents: Part 1: Framework Chapter 1: History Chapter 2: Academic Literacy Chapter 3: Policy Issues Chapter 4: Student Diversity Part 2: Reading Strategies Chapter 5: Vocabulary Development Chapter 6: Comprehension Development Chapter 7: Reading / Writing Connection Part 3: Study Strategies Chapter 8: Strategic Study-Reading Chapter 9: Motivation and Study Strategies Chapter 10: Notetaking from Lectures Chapter 11: Test Taking Part 4: Program Delivery Chapter 12: Addressing Diversity Chapter 13: Technology Integration Chapter 14: Program Management Chapter 15: Program Evaluation Chapter 16: Reading Tests Author Index Subject Index June 2008: 246x174: 584pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6000-9: £135.00

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Handbook of Design Research Methods in Education

Handbook of Education Politics and Policy

Anthony Edward Kelly, George Mason University, Virginia, USA, Richard A. Lesh, Indiana University, USA and John Baek, George Mason University, Virginia, USA

Bruce Cooper, Fordham University, New York, USA Lance Fusarelli, North Carolina State University, USA and James Cibulka, University of Kentucky, USA

This Handbook presents the latest thinking and current examples of design research in education. Design-based research involves introducing innovations into real-world practices (as opposed to constrained laboratory contexts) and examining the impact of those designs on the learning process; the implications of the research findings are then cycled back into the next iteration of the design innovation in order to build evidence of the particular theories being researched.

Written by a mix of established and rising stars in school politics, policy, law, finance, and reform this comprehensive Handbook provides a three-part framework that helps organize this relatively new and loosely organized field of study.

The Handbook of Design Research Methods in Education fills a need in how to conduct design research by those doing so right now. The chapters represent a broad array of interpretations of how today’s design researchers conceptualize this emergent methodology. Also included are chapters that discuss design research, away from its cognitive psychology roots, with examples from educational leadership, diffusion of innovations, complexity theory, and curriculum research. This volume is designed as a guide for doctoral students, early career researchers and cross-over researchers from fields outside of education interested in conducting design research in education. July 2008: 234x156 Hb: 978-0-8058-6058-0: £135.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6059-7: £60.00

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Handbook of Education Policy Research Edited by David N. Plank, Gary Sykes and Barbara Schneider Education is no longer just about what happens in classrooms and schools, but increasingly is about the rules and regulations that drive our education system – from governance and finance to curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. Virtually all aspects of the education enterprise (at all levels) are now the objects of policy research. Defining the boundaries of this fast growing and wide ranging field is the objective of this comprehensive, AERA sponsored Handbook.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Federal, State, and Local Politics of Education 2. Federalism, Equity, and Accountability in Education 3. Understanding Education Policy Change in the American States: Lessons from Political Science, 4. Political Cultures in Education at the State and Local Level: Views From Three States 5. Understanding School Board Politics: Balancing Public Voice and Professional Power 6. Urban Regime Theory and the Reform of Public Schools:Governance, Power and Leadership 7. Judicial Impact on Education Politics and Policies 8. Hitting a Moving Target: How Politics Determines the Changing Roles of Superintendents and School Boards 9. Beyond Pluralistic Patterns of Power: Research on the Micro-politics of Schools, 10. The Evolving Political Role of Urban Mayors in Education, Part 2: Interest Groups and Institutional Effects on Educational Politics 11. Politics of Interest: Interest Groups and Advocacy Coalitions in American Education 12. Institutional Agility: Using the New Institutionalism to Guide School Reform 13. Religious Faith and Policy in Public Education: A Political and Historical Analysis of the Christian Right in American Schooling 14. The Ideological and Political Landscape of School Choice Interest Groups in the PostZelman Era 15. The Collective Politics of Teacher Unionism, Part 3: The Politics of Equity & Excellence 16. Feminism and Education Politics: No Longer for Women Only 17. Politics, Empirical Evidence and Policy Design: The Case of School Finance and the Costs of Educational Adequacy 18. The Shifting Notion of ‘Publicness‘ in Public Education, 19. The Politics of Coordinated Services for Children: Interinstitutional Relations and Social Justice 20. Excellence versus Equity: Political Forces in the Education of Gifted Students 21. The Politics of (De)Segregation 22. Towards a New Political Leadership Praxis in the Rescaled Space of Urban Educational Governance June 2008: 246x174: 512pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6111-2: £105.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6112-9: £50.00

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Handbook of Research on Leadership Education

Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education Edited by Lyn D. English, Queensland University of Technology, Australia The second edition continues the mission of bringing together important new mathematics education research that makes a difference in both theory and practice. It updates and extends the Handbook’s original key themes and issues for international research in mathematics education for the twenty-first century, namely: • priorities in international mathematics education research • lifelong democratic access to powerful mathematical ideas

Michelle Young, University of Texas at Austin, USA, Gary Crow, Rodney Ogawa, University of CaliforniaSanta Cruz, USA and Joseph Murphy, Vanderbilt University, USA Sponsored by the University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), Division A of AERA, National Council of Professors in Educational Administration, and Teaching in Educational Administration, this fifty chapter Handbook will be the definitive work on leadership education in the USA. Although research oriented, the content is written in a style that makes it appropriate for any of the following audiences: university professors and researchers, professional development providers, practicing administrators, and policy makers who work in the accreditation and licensure arenas. March 2008: 234x156: 956pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6157-0: £100.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6158-7: £42.50

• advances in research methodologies • influences of advanced technologies. Each of these themes is examined in terms of learners, teachers, and learning contexts, with theory development being an important component of all these aspects. This edition also examines other catalysts that have gained increased importance in recent years including a stronger focus on the teacher and teacher practice, a renewed interest in theory development, an increased focus on the mathematics needed in work place settings, and a proliferation of research designs and methodologies that have provided unprecedented opportunities for investigating (and ultimately improving) mathematical teaching and learning. This edition includes ten totally new chapters; all other chapters are thoroughly revised and updated.

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Handbook of Moral and Character Education Edited by Larry Nucci, University of Illinois-Chicago, USA and Darcia Narvaez, Notre Dame University, USA Series: Educational Psychology Handbook There is widespread agreement that schools should contribute to students’ moral development and character formation. The purpose of this Handbook is to replace the ideological rhetoric that infects this field with a comprehensive, research-oriented volume that includes the extensive changes that have occurred over the last fifteen years. Coverage includes the latest applications of developmental and cognitive psychology to moral and character education from preschool to college settings. February 2008: 246x174 Hb: 978-0-8058-5960-7: £105.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5961-4: £50.00

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School Communities Victor A. Battistich 18. Constructivist Approaches to Moral Education in Early Childhood, Carol Hildebrandt, Betty Zan 19. Smart & Good Schools: A New Paradigm for High School Character Education Matthew Davidson, Thomas Lickona, Vladimir Khmelkov 20. Fostering the Moral and Civic Development of College Students Anne Colby 21. What Works in Character Education: What is Known and What Needs to be Known Marvin W. Berkowitz, Victor A. Battistich, Melinda Bier 22. Education for Integrity: Connection, Compassion and Character Rachael Kessler with Catherine Fink Section 4: Moral and Character Education Beyond the Classroom 23. Positive Youth Development in the United States: History, Efficacy, and Links to Moral and Character Education Richard F. Catalano, J. David Hawkins, John W. Toumbourou 24. The Moral and Civic Effects of Learning to Serve, Dan Hart, M. Kyle Matsuba, Robert Atkins 25. Sport and the Development of Character, David Light Shields, Brenda Light Bredemeier 26. The Community Contribution to Moral Development and Character, Jim Lies, Kendall Cotton Bronk, Jennifer Menon Mariano 27. Media and Prosocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents Marjorie J. Hogan, Victor C. Strasburger Section 5: Professional Issues 28. Guided by Theory, Grounded in Evidence: A Way Forward for Professional Ethics Education Muriel J. Bebeau, Verna E. Monson 29. Teacher Education for Moral and Character Education, Merle Schwartz 30. Teaching Ethically as a Moral Condition of Professionalism Elizabeth Campbell

Selected Contents: Introduction and Overview Larry Nucci and Darcia Narvaez Section 1: Defining the Field: Historical, Philosophical and Methodological Foundations 2. Philosophical Moorings Thomas Wren 3. Moral Self-Identity as the Aim of Education Dan Lapsley 4. Moral Education in the Cognitive Developmental Tradition John Snarey 5. Traditional Approaches to Character Education in Britain and America James Arthur 6. Character Education as the Cultivation of Virtue David Carr 7. School, Community and Moral Education Kenneth A. Strike 8. Research and Practice in Moral and Character Education: Loosely Coupled Phenomena James S. Leming Section 2: Relationships in Schools and Classrooms 9. Caring and Moral Education Nel Noddings 10. Developmental Discipline and Moral Education Marilyn Watson 11. Social Interdependence, Moral Character and Moral Education David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson 12. The Just Community Approach to Moral Education and the Moral Atmosphere of the School F. Clark Power & Ann Higgins –D’Alessandro 13. Social and Emotional Learning, Moral Education, and Character Education: A Comparative Analysis and a View Toward Convergence Maurice J. Elias, , V. Megan Kash, Roger P. Weissberg, Mary Utne O’Brien 14. Peer Relationships and Social Groups: Implications for Social and Moral Education Stacey S. Horn, Christopher Daddis, Melanie Killen Section 3: Contemporary Approaches 15. Moral Education and Domain Theory Larry Nucci 16. Human Flourishing and Moral Development: Cognitive and Neurobiological Perspectives of Virtue Development Darcia Narvaez 17. The Child Development Project: Creating Caring

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Handbook of Research on New Literacies Edited by Julie Coiro, University of Rhode Island, USA, Michele Knobel, Colin Lankshear, both at Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA and Donald J. Leu, New Literacies Project, University of Connecticut, USA Situated at the intersection of two of the most important areas in educational research today – literacy and technology – this Handbook draws on the potential of each while carving out important new territory. It provides leadership for this newly emerging field, directing scholars to the major issues, theoretical perspectives, and interdisciplinary research concerning new literacies. Features: • brings together a diverse international team of editors and chapter authors • provides an extensive collection of research reviews in a critical area of educational research • makes visible the multiple perspectives and theoretical frames that currently drive work in new literacies • establishes important space for the emerging field of new literacies research • includes a unique commentary section. February 2008: 246x174: 1,096pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5651-4: £125.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5652-1: £50.00

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Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Central Issues In New Literacies And New Literacies Research Part 1: Methodologies 2. Toward A Connective Ethnography of Online/Offline Literacy Networks 3. LargeScale Quantitative Research On New Technology in Teaching and Learning 4. Converging Traditions of Research on Media and Information Literacies: Disciplinary, Critical, and Methodological Issues 5. The Conduct of Qualitative Interviews: Research Questions, Methodological Issues, and Researching Online 6. The Case of Rebellion: Researching Multimodal Texts 7. Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Approaches to the Study of New Literacies Part 2: Knowledge and Inquiry 8. Learning, Change, and Power: Competing Frames of Technology and Literacy 9. The Web as a Source of Information for Students in K-12 Education 10. Where Do We Go Now? Understanding Research on Navigation in Complex Digital Environments 11. The Changing Landscape of Text and Comprehension In The Age Of New Literacies 12. Exploring Culture in The Design Of New Technologies Of Literacy 13. Multimedia Literacy 14. Multiliteracies And Metalanguage: Describing Image/Text Relations As A Resource For Negotiating Multimodal Texts Part 3: Communication 15. Mediating Technologies and Second Language Learning 16. Of A Divided Mind: Weblog Literacy 17. People, Purposes, and Practices: Insights from Cross-Disciplinary Research into Instant Messaging 18. Gender in Online Communications Part 4: Popular Culture, Community, and Citizenship: Everyday Literacies 19. Intersections of Popular Culture, Identities, and New Literacies Research 20. College Students and New Literacy Practices 21. Just Don’t Call Them Cartoons: The New Literacy Spaces Of Animé, Manga, And Fanfiction 22. Cognition and Literacy in Massively Multiplayer Online Games 23. Video Game Literacy: A Literacy of Expertise 24. Community, Culture and Citizenship in Cyberspace 25. New Literacies and Community Inquiry Part 5: Instructional Practices and Assessment 26. Digital

Writing In The Early Years 27. Teaching Popular Culture Texts in the Classroom 28. Using New Media in The Secondary English Classroom 29. The Price of Information: Critical Literacy, Education, and Today’s Internet 3 0. Multimodal Instructional Practices 31. Multimodal Reading and Comprehension In Online Environments 32. Assessing New Literacies in Science and Mathematics 33. Learning Management Systems and Virtual Learning Environments: A Higher Education Focus Part 6: Multiple Perspectives on New Literacies Research 34. Savannah: Mobile Gaming and Learning? by K. Facer, R. Joiner, D. Stanton, J. Reid, R. Hull, & D. Kirk Commentary Responses 34a. Being a Lion and Being a Soldier: Learning and Games 34b. Savannah: Mobile Gaming and Learning: A Review Commentary 35. The Nature of Middle School Learners? Science Content Understandings With The Use Of On-Line Resources by J.L Hoffman., H.-K Wu, J.S. Krajcik, & E. Soloway Commentary Responses 35a. Intertextuality and the Study of New Literacies: Research Critique and Recommendations 35b. Internet Pedagogy: Using the Internet to Achieve Student Learning Outcomes 1. Instant Messaging, Literacies, and Social Identities by C. Lewis & B. Fabos Commentary Responses 36a. An Essay Review of The Lewis & Fabos Article On Instant Messaging 36b. Thoughts on The Lewis & Fabos Article On Instant Messaging 1. L2 literacy and the design of the self: A case study of a teenager writing on the Internet by W.S.E. Lam Commentary Responses 37a. Critical Review: L2 Literacy and the Design of the Self: A Case study of a Teenager Writing on the Internet. 37b. A Commentary On ‘L2 Literacy, Electronic Representation of Self, and Social Networking‘ The journey ahead: Thirteen teachers report how the Internet influences literacy and literacy instruction in their K–12 classrooms by R.A. Karchmer Commentary Responses 38a. Researching Technology And Literacy: Thirteen Ways Of Looking At A Blackboard 38b Internet Literacy Influences: A Review of Karchmer (2001). About the Authors

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Handbook of Research on Reading Comprehension

• historical perspectives on reading comprehension • theoretical perspectives • changing views of text • elements of reading comprehension • assessing and teaching reading comprehension • cultural impact on reading comprehension • Where to from here? This is an essential reference volume for the international community of reading researchers, reading psychologists, graduate students, and professionals working in the area of reading and literacy. March 2008: 246x174: 472pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6200-3: £125.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6201-0: £50.00

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The Handbook of Research on Reading Comprehension assembles researchers of reading comprehension, literacy, educational psychology, psychology, and neuroscience to document the most recent research on the topic. It summarizes the current body of research on theory, methods, instruction, assessment, including coverage of landmark studies. Designed to deepen understanding of how past research can be applied and has influenced the present and to stimulate new thinking about reading comprehension, the volume is organized around seven themes:

Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical Perspectives on Reading Comprehension 1. How We Got to Where We Are: A Historical Perspective on Reading Comprehension Research 2. The Development of Children’s Reading Comprehension 3. In Search of a ‘Simple View‘ of Reading Comprehension Part 2: Theoretical Perspectives 4. Identifying and Describing Constructively Responsive Comprehension Strategies in New and Traditional Forms of Reading 5. Helping Readers Make Sense of Print: A Whole Language Pedagogy 6. The Role of Cognitive Flexibility in Reading Comprehension: Past, Present and Future 7. Ways of Meaning Making: Sociocultural Perspectives on Reading Comprehension 8. Transactional Theory and Reading Comprehension 9. Grounding for Reading Comprehension Theory From Neuroscience Literatures Part 3: Changing Views of Text 10. Text Comprehension: A Retrospective, Perspective, and Prospective 11. Disciplinary Comprehension 12. The Agency and Artistry of Meaning Making Within and Across Digital Spaces 13. Comprehension and Technology Part 4: Elements of Reading Comprehension 14. Motivation and Reading Comprehension 15. Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension 16. Cognitive Strategy Instruction: Past and Future 17. Metacognitive Processes and Reading Comprehension 18. Self-regulated Comprehension Assessment Part 5: Assessing and Teaching Reading Comprehension 19. Formal and Informal Measures of Reading Comprehension 20. Assessing Comprehension of Young Children 21. Approaches to Teaching Reading Comprehension 22. Comprehension and Discussion of Text 23. Comprehension Instruction in K-3 24. Developing Higher Order Comprehension in the Middle Grades 25. Improving Adolescent Comprehension: Developing Learning Strategies in Content Areas 26. Comprehension Difficulties Among Struggling Readers Part 6: Cultural Impact of Reading Comprehension 27. Culturally Responsive Instruction and the Impact on Reading, Comprehension 28. English Language Learners and Reading Comprehension 29. Family Literacy and Reading Comprehension 30. Reading Comprehension and Diversity in Historical Perspective: Literacy Power, and Native Hawaiians Part 7: Where to Live from Here? 31. Teacher Education and Reading Comprehension 32. Public Policy and the Future of Reading Comprehension Research 33. What Does It All Mean?

Edited by Susan E. Israel, Dayton University, Ohio, USA and Gerald G. Duffy, University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA

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Handbook of Research on Teacher Education Enduring Questions in Changing Contexts Edited by Marylin Cochran-Smith, Boston College, USA, Sharon Feiman-Nemser, Brandeis University, USA, John D. McIntyre, Southern Illinois University, USA and Kelly Demers, Associate Editor, Boston College, USA The Handbook of Research on Teacher Education was initiated to ferment change in education based on solid evidence. The publication of the first edition was a signal event in 1990. While the preparation of educators was then – and continues to be – the topic of substantial discussion, there did not exist a codification of the best that was known at the time about teacher education. Beyond simply conceptualizing the broad landscape of teacher education and providing comprehensive reviews of the latest research for major domains of practice, this edition aims to: • stimulate a broad conversation about foundational issues • bring multiple perspectives to bear, including historical perspectives • provide new specificity to topics that have been undifferentiated in the past • include diverse voices in the conversation. Taking all of these aspirations into account, the Editors, with the help of an Advisory Board, identified nine foundational issues and, to bring these issues to life, translated them into a set of focal questions: • What’s the Point?: The Purposes of Teacher Education • What Should Teachers Know? Teacher Capacities: Knowledge, Beliefs, Skills, and Commitments • Where Should Teachers Be Taught? Settings and Roles in Teacher Education • Who Teaches? Who Should Teach? Teacher Recruitment, Selection, and Retention • Does Difference Make a Difference? Diversity and Teacher Education • How Do People Learn to Teach? Teacher Learning Over Time • Who’s in Charge? Authority in Teacher Education and Licensure Policy • How Do We Know What We Know? Research and Teacher Education • What Good is Teacher Education? The Place of Teacher Education in Teachers’ Education Co-Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group and the Association of Teacher Educators. The Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) is an individual membership organization devoted solely to the improvement of teacher education both for school-based and post secondary teacher educators. ATE members represent over 700 colleges and universities, over 500 major school systems, and the majority of state departments of education. ATE also represents its members‘ interests before governmental agencies and education organizations. For more information on our organization and publications, please visit: www.ate1.org/.

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Handbook of School Counseling Edited by Hardin L. K. Coleman and Christine Yeh Series: Counseling and Counseling Education The mission of this forty-eight chapter Handbook is to provide a comprehensive reference source that integrates counseling theory, research and practice into one volume. It is designed to meet the needs of entry-level practitioners from their initial placement in schools through their first three to five years of practice. It will also be of interest to experienced school counselors, counselor educators, school researchers, and counseling representatives within state and local governments February 2008: 276x219: 832pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5622-4: £125.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5623-1: £49.99

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Professional School Counselors 3. Multicultural Competence of School Counselors 4.Consultation with Teachers, Administrators, and Counseling Agencies 5. Creating Caring School Communities Section 5: School-Based Interventions 1. Youth Development and Prevention in the Schools 2. Individual Counseling as Intervention in Schools 3. Focused, but Flexible: A Developmental Approach to Small-Group Work in Schools 4. Conducting Groups in Schools: Challenges and Rewards 5. Families in Context: An Essential Component of School Counseling 6. Crisis Management in the Schools 7. Collaboration and Consultation as Essential Services for School Counseling Programs 8. Career Development Interventions in Schools 9. Creative Arts Counseling in Schools: Toward a More Comprehensive Approach 10. Counseling the Gifted and Talented 11. Cultural Identity Enhancement Strategies for Culturally Diverse Youth Section 6: Working with SocioEmotional Challenges 1. Interpersonal Relationships Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention 3. Working with School Failure Measuring and Evaluating Adolescent Connectedness 5. Bullying and Peer Victimization, 6. School Violence 7. Substance Abuse Section 7: Accountability and Professional Issues in School Counseling 1. Evaluation of School Guidance & Counseling Programs: Past, Present, & Future 2. Research in and on School Counseling 3. The Essential Role of School-Community Partnerships in School Counseling 4. Law and Ethics in School Counseling 5. Professional Activities in School Counseling

Selected Contents: 1. School Counseling from a Multicultural and an Ecological Perspective: An Introduction Section 1: Introduction to the Field of School Counseling 2. History of School Counseling a Concept of Best Practices in Training School Counselors 3. School Counseling: Moving Towards Standards and Models 4. Student Accomplishment: Equity and the School Counselor’s Role 5. Understanding Yourself as a School Counselor Section 2: Diversity and School Counseling 1. The Acculturative Environment of Schools and the School Counselor: Goals and Roles that Create a Supportive Context for Immigrant Adolescents 2. Immigrant Children and Youth in Schools 3. Racial Harassment in American Schools , Robert T. Carter, Tamara R. Buckley, and Schekeva 4. The Role of Ethnic Identity in the Practice of School Counseling 5. Understanding and Implementing Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning Affirmative Practices as School Counselors 6. Social Class in School Counseling 7. Disability in the Schools 8. Race and Ethnicity in School Counseling 9. African American Empowerment in Secondary School Counseling Section 3: Student Development 1. Facilitating Personal and Social Development 2. Physical Health and Emotional Development: A Primer for School Counselors 3. Adolescent Sexual Health and Development 4. The School Counselor’s Role in Promoting Literacy in Elementary School-Aged Children 5. Designing Culturally Responsive School Counseling Career Development Programming for Youth Section 4: School Counselor Competence 1. School Counselor Training: School and Societal Needs in the 21st Century 2. Supervision of

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Handbook of Social Justice in Education

Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for Educators

William C. Ayers, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, Therese Quinn, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA and David Omatoso Stovall, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives Theme Editor: Ken Saltman Part 2: International Perspectives on Social Justice in Education Theme Editor: Fazal Rizvi Part 3: Race and Ethnicity, Language and Identity: Seeking Social Justice in Education Theme Editor: Annette Henry Part 4: Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice in Education Theme Editor: Mara Sapon-Shevin Part 5: Bodies, Disability and the Fight for Social Justice in Education Theme Editor: Patricia Hulsebosch Part 6: Youth and Social Justice in Education Theme Editor: Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade Part 7: Globalization: Local and World Issues in Education Theme Editors: Pauline Lipman, and Karen Monkman Part 8: The Politics of Social Justice Meets Practice: Teacher Education and School Change Theme Editor: Joel Westheimer Part 9: Classrooms, Pedagogy, and Practicing Justice Theme Editor: Rick Ayers June 2008: 246x174 Hb: 978-0-8058-5927-0: £125.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5928-7: £50.00

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Edited by The AACTE Committee on Innovation and Technology, USA A Co-Publication of Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group and the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education This Handbook addresses the concept and implementation of pedagogical technological content knowledge – the knowledge and skills that teachers need in order to meaningfully integrate technology into instruction in specific content areas. Recognizing, for example, that effective uses of technology in mathematics are quite different from effective uses of technology in social studies, teachers need specific preparation in using technology in each content area they will be teaching. Offering a series of chapters by scholars in different content areas who apply the technological pedagogical content knowledge framework to their individual content areas, the volume is structured around three themes: • What is Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge? • Integrating Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge into Specific Subject Areas • Integrating Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge into Teacher Education and Professional Development The Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Educators is simultaneously a mandate and a manifesto on the engagement of technology in classrooms based on consensus standards and rubrics for effectiveness. As the title of the concluding chapter declares, ‘It’s about time!‘ The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) is a national, voluntary association of higher education institutions and related organizations. Our mission is to promote the learning of all PK-12 students through high-quality, evidence-based preparation and continuing education for all school personnel. For more information on our publications, visit our website at: www.aacte.org.

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The Routledge Companion to Dyslexia

International Companion to Gifted Education Edited by Tom Balchin, Brunel University, UK, Barry Hymer, Education Consultant, UK and Dona Matthews, City University of New York, USA

Edited by Gavin Reid, University of Edinburgh, UK, Gad Elbeheri, Ministry of Education Kuwait Dyslexia Association, Kuwait, Deborah Knight, Rollins Centre for Language & Learning, Atlanta Speech School, USA and Janice Wearmouth, University of Wellington, New Zealand

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The Routledge Companion to Dyslexia is a ground-breaking survey of the whole field of dyslexia by a distinguished international team of contributors.

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The first part opens with a survey of current and future development in research, with a focus on how research can inform practice.

International Handbook of Lifelong Learning Peter Jarvis, University of Surrey, UK As lifelong learning grows in popularity, few comprehensive pictures of the phenomenon have emerged. This volume is designed to demonstrate precisely what is happening around the world and to do so within a systematic framework, showing the complexity of the phenomenon. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Introductory Chapters 1. History of the Concept Peter Jarvis 2. A Theory of Learning throughout Life Peter Jarvis Part 2: Learning throughout Life 3. Early Childhood 4. Childhood 5. Adolescence 6. Adulthood/ Mid-Life 7. The Third Age 8. The Fourth Age 9. Life Transitions 10. Learning in Adversity Part 3: Sites of Learning 11. Everyday Life 12. Learning in the Family 13. Peer Groups and Cohorts 14. School Learning 15. Adult Literacy/Basic Education 16. University 17 &18. The Work Place 19. NGOs and Community Activities 20. The Arts 21. Museums and Libraries 22. The World Wide Web 23. International Travel/Educational Tourism Part 4: Modes of Learning/Transmission 24. Self-Directed Learning 25. From Being Taught – Formally, Non-Formally and Informally 26. Open and Distance Learning 27. e-Learning Part 5: Policies 28. The Local Learning Community 29. National Policies 30. Transnational Policies Part 6: Learning and Society 31. Social Implications of Lifelong Learning 32. Learning and Development 33. UNESCO 34. OECD 35. The World Bank 36. Other Aid Agencies Part 7: Perspectives on Lifelong Learning 37. A Philosophical Perspective 38. A Critical/Sociological Perspective 39. A Feminist Perspective 40. An Economic Perspective 41. Cultural/Religious Perspectives Part 8: Understanding and Assessing Lifelong Learning 42. Research 43. Assessment of Lifelong Learning Part 9: Beyond the Learning Society August 2008: 246x174: 896pp Hb: 978-0-415-41904-8: £125.00

The second part considers assessment and identification, with contributions on early identification, reading, spelling and mathematics, as well as a focus on identifying and meeting needs in an inclusive context. The third part considers inclusion and barriers to learning, in a variety of different national contexts. This part will look at research and examples of practice in relation to inclusion. There will also be some chapters linking this to the barriers to learning children with dyslexia may experience in the inclusive context. Models of instruction, direct instruction, co-operative learning and cross –curriculum learning will also be included. The Routledge Companion to Dyslexia is a superb resource for anyone interested in the subject, whether in education or related subjects such as psychology or neurology. Fully indexed and cross-referenced, with helpful further reading sections at the end of each entry, it is ideal for those coming to the field of dyslexia for the first time as well as students and practitioners already familiar with the subject. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: Research: Current and Future Developments 2. Dyslexia: The State of the Research – An Overview 3. The Role of Genetics 4. Dyslexia and Brain – Based Theories 5. Dyslexia and Memory 6. Models of Intervention 7. Dyslexia and Models of Learning Part 2: Dimensions of Dyslexia 8. The Role of Early Identification: Models from Practice 9. Identification and Assessment of Dyslexia: Cognitive, Classroom and Curricular Models 10. Literacy and Dyslexia: Intervention and Insights 11. Overcoming Spelling Difficulties: An Overview of Research and Practice 12. Mathematics and Dyslexia: Models of Good Practice Part 3: Identifying and Meeting Needs in an Inclusive Context: Inclusion and the Barriers to Learning Part 4: Meeting Social and Emotional Needs Part 5: Learning and Literacy Part 6: Identifying and Meeting Needs in Further, Higher Education and the Workplace Part 7: Diversity, Culture, Language and Inclusion Part 8: Alternative Approaches: Theories and Practices. Conclusion

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Edited by Michael W. Apple, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA, Wayne Au and Luis Armando Gandin Critical Education is the first authoritative reference work to provide a comprehensive analysis of the relationship between power, knowledge, education, and schooling. Rather than focusing solely on questions of how we teach efficiently and effectively, contributors’ to this volume push further to also think critically about education’s relationship to economic, political, and cultural power. The various sections of this book integrate into their analyses the conceptual, political, pedagogic, and practical histories, tensions, and resources that have established critical education as one of the most vital and growing movements within the field of education. With thirty-two newly commissioned pieces written by a prestigious group of internationally renowned scholars, Critical Education provides the definitive statement on the state of critical education and on its possibilities for the future. November 2008: 246x174: 672pp Hb: 978-0-415-95861-5: £110.00

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A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Enhancing Academic Practice Edited by Heather Fry, Imperial College London, UK, Steve Ketteridge and Stephanie Marshall, both at Foundation for Higher Education, UK Praise from a previous edition: ‘It is excellent. A book of this quality will always have a place.‘ - Educational Developments This best-selling Handbook has become one of the most popular – and influential – books for those developing their expertise and understanding of teaching in higher education. The combination of accessible and authoritative guidance, advice and good practice, combined with a firm foundation in the relevant pedagogic principles and research, makes this an essential book for higher education professionals. It provokes thought, gives rationales and examples, encourages reflection and development, and prompts action. It has contributions from learning experts, a wealth of case studies and opportunities to reflect on practice. The Handbook is sensitive to the competing demands of teaching, research and scholarship, academic management, and, for many, maintenance of standing and provision of service in a profession but the focus is firmly on developing professional academic skills for teaching. Dealing with the rapid expansion of the use of technology in higher education and widening student diversity, the fully updated and expanded edition includes new material on e-learning, lecturing to large groups, formative and summative assessment, and supervising research students. Selected Contents: Part 1: Teaching and Supervising in Higher Education Part 2: Demonstrating and Enhancing Practice Part 3: Teaching in the Disciplines

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Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity Through Education Edited by Susan Klein, Feminist Majority Foundation, Arlington, USA, Barbara L. Richardson, Dolores Grayson, Lynn H. Fox, both at American University, USA, Cheris Kramarae, Eugene, Oregon, USA, Diane S. Pollard and Carol Anne Dwyer, both at Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, USA First published in 1985, the Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity Through Education quickly established itself as the essential reference work concerning gender equity in education. This new, expanded edition provides a twenty-year retrospective of the field, one that has the great advantage of documenting U.S. national data on the gains and losses in the efforts to advance gender equality through policies such as Title IX, the landmark federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in education, equity programs and research. Key features include: Expertise: like its predecessor, over 200 expert authors and reviewers provide accurate, consensus, research-based information on the nature of gender equity challenges and what is needed to meet them at all levels of education. Content Area Focus: the analysis of gender equity within specific curriculum areas has been expanded from six to ten chapters including mathematics, science, and engineering. Global/Diversity Focus: global gender equity is addressed in a separate chapter as well as in numerous other chapters. The expanded section on gender equity strategies for diverse populations contains seven chapters on African Americans, Latina/os, Asian and Pacific Island Americans, American Indians, gifted students, students with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. Action Oriented: all chapters contain practical recommendations for making education activities and outcomes more gender equitable. A final chapter consolidates individual chapter recommendations for educators, policymakers, and researchers to achieve gender equity in and through education. New Material: expanded from twenty-five to thirty-one chapters, this new edition includes: • more emphasis on male gender equity and on sexuality issues • special within population gender equity challenges (race, ability and disability, etc) • coeducation and single sex education • increased use of rigorous research strategies such as meta-analysis showing more sex similarities and fewer sex differences and of evaluations of implementation programs • technology and gender equity is now treated in three chapters • women‘s and gender studies • communication skills relating to English, bilingual, and foreign language learning • history and implementation of Title IX and other federal and state policies. Since there is so much misleading information about gender equity and education, this Handbook will be essential for anyone who wants accurate, research-based information on controversial gender equity issues, journalists, policy makers, teachers, Title IX coordinators, equity trainers, women‘s and gender study faculty, students, and parents.

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Handbook of Research on Science Education

Handbook of Distance Education Edited by Michael Grahame Moore, Pennsylvania State University, USA The second edition of this award-winning Handbook continues the mission of its predecessor, to provide a comprehensive compendium of research in all aspects of distance education, arguably the most significant development in education over the past quarter century. While the book deals with education that uses technology, the focus is on teaching and learning and how its management can be facilitated through technology. Key features include: Comprehensive coverage: includes all aspects of distance education including design, instruction, management, policy, and a section on different audiences. Chapter Structure: chapter authors frame their topic in terms of empirical research (past and present) and discuss the nature of current practice in terms of that research. Future research needs are discussed in relation to both confirmed practice and recent changes in the field. Theoretical Foundation: section one provides a unique review of the theories that support distance education pedagogy. Global Perspective: section six provides a unique review of distance education as a component of a global culture. New Material: all chapters have been updated and approximately one third are either new or have new authors.

Edited by Sandra K. Abell, University of Missouri, USA and Norman G. Lederman, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA This state-of-the art research Handbook provides a comprehensive, coherent, current synthesis of the empirical and theoretical research concerning teaching and learning in science and lays down a foundation upon which future research can be built. The contributors, all leading experts in their research areas, represent the international and gender diversity that exists in the science education research community. As a whole, the Handbook of Research on Science Education demonstrates that science education is alive and well and illustrates its vitality. It is an essential resource for the entire science education community, including veteran and emerging researchers, university faculty, graduate students, practitioners in the schools, and science education professionals outside of universities. Selected Contents: Part 1: Science Learning. Part 2: Culture, Gender, and Society and Science Learning. Part 3: Science Teaching. Part 4: Curriculum and Assessment in Science. Part 5: Science Teacher Education. January 2007: 246x174: 1,344pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4713-0: £185.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-4714-7: £60.00

A sample of new chapters includes: • A History of Scholarship • Trends in Research • Group Development in Online Distance Learning • The Theory of Transactional Distance • A Theory of Community of Inquiry • Supporting the Disabled Student • Fulfilling the Promise of Learning Objects • Media-Based Learning Styles. This book will be of interest to anyone engaged in distance education at either the K-12 or college level. It is also appropriate for corporate and government trainers and for administrators and policy makers in all these environments.

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Handbook of Research in Education Finance and Policy

The Handbook traces the evolution of the field from its initial focus on school inputs (per pupil expenditures) and the revenue sources (property taxes, state aid programs, etc) used to finance these inputs to a focus on educational outcomes (student achievement) and the larger policies used to achieve them. It shows how the current decision-making context in school finance inevitably interacts with those of governance, accountability, equity, privatization, and other areas of education policy. Because a full understanding of the important contemporary issues requires inputs from a variety of perspectives, the Handbook draws on contributors from a variety of disciplines. While many of the chapters cover complex state-of-the-art empirical research, the authors explain key concepts in language that non-specialists can understand. November 2007: 246x174: 774pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6144-0: £105.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6145-7: £50.00

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Sponsored by the American Education Finance Association (AEFA), this groundbreaking new Handbook assembles in one place the existing research-based knowledge in education finance and policy, thereby helping to define this evolving field of research and practice. It provides a readily available resource for anyone seriously involved in education finance and policy in the United States and around the world.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Section 1: Perspectives on Education Finance and Policy 1. History and Scholarship Regarding United States Education Finance and Policy. 2. The Role of Economics in Education Policy Research 3. The Past, Present and Possible Futures of Educational Finance Reform. Litigation 4. Politics, Political Cultures and Government. 5. Educational Goals: A Public Perspective. 6. Quantitative Research Methods in Education Finance and Policy. 7. The Evolution of Comparative and International Education Statistics. Section 2: Making Money Matter 8. Toward an Understanding of Productivity in Education. 9. Teachers Matter, But Effective Teacher Quality Policies are Elusive: Hints from Research for Creating a More Productive Teacher Workforce. 10. School Accountability and Student Achievement. 11. School Competition and Student Outcomes. Section 3: Promoting Equity and Adequacy 12. Conceptions of Equity and Adequacy in School Finance. 13. Measuring Equity and Adequacy in School Finance. 14. Measurement of cost differentials. 15. Intergovernmental Aid Formulas and Case Studies. 16. Education Equity in an International Context. Section 4: Changing Patterns of Governance and Finance 17. The Changing Federal Role in Education Finance and Governance. 18. The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations in Financing Public Schools. 19. Equity, Adequacy, and the Evolving State Role in Education Finance. 20. The Local Funding of Schools: The Property Tax and Its Alternatives. 21. Tax and Expenditure Limits, School Finance, and School Quality. Section 5: Educational Markets and Decentralization 22. Issues in Educational Privatization. 23. Autonomous Schools: Theory, Evidence and Policy. 24. Charter Schools. 25. Beyond the Rhetoric: Surveying the Evidence of Vouchers and Tax Credits. 26. Home Schooling. 27. Educational Management Organizations. Section 6: Race, SES and Achievement Gaps 28. Patterns and Trends in Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Academic Achievement Gaps. 29. Early Childhood & the Achievement Gap. 30. Closing the Student Achievement Gap by Increasing the Effectiveness of Teachers in Low-Performing Schools: What are Promising Policies? 31. Educational Outcomes of Disadvantaged Students: From Desegregation to Accountability. Section 7: Special Circumstances 32. Special Education. 33. Resource Needs for Educating Linguistic Minority Students. 34. Challenges and Opportunities Associated with Rural School Settings. 35. The Organizational and Fiscal Implications of Transient Student Psopulations. Section 8: Higher Education 36. The Financing of Public Colleges and Universities in the United States. 37. Cost and Pricing in Higher Education. 38. The Effects of Education on Labor Market Outcomes. 39. The Student Aid System: An Overview. 40. Bridging the High School-College Divide.

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Handbook of Research in School Consultation Edited by William P. Erchul, North Carloina State Univeristy, USA and Susan M. Sheridan, University of Nebraska, USA The field of school consultation, which is centered principally in school psychology and cuts across related disciplines such as special education and school counseling, has never had a comprehensive volume that examines its research perspectives and methodologies, its models of practice, and its future research directions. That is the mission of this Handbook. It provides both producers and consumers of school consultation with an invaluable snapshot of its current boundaries and rapidly growing content. Key features: • Research Oriented: whereas many books dealing with school consultation practice have appeared over the last decade, none has attempted to provide a comprehensive review of research findings and methods supporting its growing body of evidence-based practice. • Author Expertise: chapter authors are well known for their contributions to the school consultation research literature and, collectively, are recognized for their ability to translate scientific findings into implications for practice. • Commentary Chapters: commentary chapters written by leading scholars provide integrative critiques of the book’s three major sections.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction. Overview: The State of Scientific Research in School Consultation. SchoolBased Problem-Solving Consultation: Plotting a New Course for Evidence-Based Research and Practice in Consultation. Part 2: Methodological and Statistical Foundations Measurement in School Consultation Research. Quantitative Research Methods and Designs in Consultation. Qualitative and Mixed Methods and Designs in Consultation Research. Section Commentary on Effective Consultation. Part 3: What We Know: Process/Outcome Findings From Selected Models of Practice Mental Health Consultation and Consultee-Centered Approaches. Behavioral Consultation. Conjoint Behavioral Consultation: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know? Bringing Instructional Consultation to Scale: Research and Development of IC and IC Teams. Organization Development and Change in School Settings: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations. Section Commentary: An Integrative View of Process/Outcome Research from Selected Models of Consultation. Part 4: What We Know: Process/Outcome Findings from Selected Research Perspectives Studying Multicultural Aspects of Consultation. Studying Interpersonal Influence within School Consultation: Relational Communication and Social Power Perspectives. Research Examining the Relationships among Consultation Process, Treatment Integrity, and Outcomes. Empirical and Theoretical Support for an Updated Model of Mental Health Consultation for Schools. Section Commentary: Evidence-Based Consultation: The Importance of Context and the Consultee. Part 5: Conclusions. Epilogue: The Future of Scientific Research in School Consultation.

This Handbook is intended for researchers, graduate students, and practitioners in school psychology and related human service disciplines, including special education, counselor education, counseling psychology, and school social work.

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Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology Edited by J. Michael Spector, M. David Merrill, Jeroen van Merrienboer and Marcy P. Driscoll Series: AECT Series Sponsored by the Association of Educational Communication and Technology (AECT), the third edition of this groundbreaking Handbook continues the mission of its predecessors: to provide up-to-date summaries and syntheses of recent research pertinent to the educational uses of information and communication technologies. In addition to updating, this new edition has been expanded from fortyone to fifty-six chapters organized into the following six sections: foundations, strategies, technologies, models, design and development, and methodological issues. December 2007: 276x219: 936pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5849-5: £130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-96338-1: £50.00

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Cognitive Architecture 32. Outcome-Referenced, ConditionsBased Theories and Models 33. Cooperation and the Use of Technology 34. The Cognitive Apprenticeship Model in Educational Practice 35. Whole-Task Models in Education 36. Model Facilitated Learning 37. Adaptive Instructional Systems 38. Problem-Based Learning 39. Behavioral, Cognitive and Technological Approaches to Performance Improvement 40. Resource-Based Learning 41. Instructional Models in Domains and Professions Part 5: Design and Development 42. Competencies for the New-Age Instructional Designer 43. Cognitive Task Analysis 44. Design and Validation of Technology-Based Performance Assessments 45. Models and Methods for Evaluation 46. Change Agentry 47. Design Languages 48. The Social Consequences of Design and Development Teams 49. User-Centered Design and Development 50. Tools for Design and Development of Online Instruction 51. Artifacts as Tools in the Design Process 52. Systems Design for Change in Education and Training Part 6: Methodological Issues 53. Theory Development 54. Research Designs 55. Data Collection and Analysis 56. Foundations for the Future Glossary of Terms, Index of Authors Subject Index

Selected Contents: Part 1: Foundations 1. Historical Foundations 2. Theoretical Foundations 3. Complexity Theory 4. Experiential Perspectives 5. Empirical Perspectives on Memory and Motivation 6. Contextualistic Perspectives 7. Philosophical Perspectives Part 2: Strategies 8. Representation Strategies 9. Strategies for Designing Embodied Curriculum 10. Generative Learning: Principles and Implications for Making Meaning 11. Feedback Strategies for Interactive Learning Tasks 12. Technology-Enhanced Support, Strategies for Inquiry Learning 13. A Distributive Perspective for Collaborative Activity 14. Prescriptive Principles for Instructional Design Part 3: Technologies 15. Programmed Technologies 16. Educational Hypertext 17. ComputerMediated Technologies 18. Computer-Mediated Communications Technologies 19. K-12 Library Media Centers 20. Technology-Based Knowledge Systems 21. Flexible Learning and Learning Places 22. Enabling Time and Place Independence 23. Blended Learning Environments 24. Adaptive Technologies 25. Generational Differences 26. Technologies Linking Learning, Cognition and Instruction 27. Synthetic Learning Environments 28. Modeling Technologies 29. The Learning Objects Literature 30. Open Source and Open Standards Part 4: Models 31. Human

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EDUCATION Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts, Volume II

Handbook for Arabic Language Teaching Professionals in the 21st Century

Sponsored by the International Reading Association

Edited by Kassem M. Wahba, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, Zeinab A. Taha, The American University in Cairo, Egypt, and Liz England, Shenandoah University, Winchester, USA

Edited by James Flood, San Diego State University, USA, Shirley Brice Heath, Stanford University, USA and Diane Lapp, San Diego State University, USA The Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts, Volume II brings together state-of-the-art research and practice on the evolving view of literacy as encompassing not only reading, writing, speaking, and listening, but also the multiple ways through which learners gain access to knowledge and skills. It forefronts as central to literacy education the visual, communicative, and performative arts, and the extent to which all of the technologies that have vastly expanded the meanings and uses of literacy originate and evolve through the skills and interests of the young. In the years since the publication of the first volume of this Handbook in 1997, visual and performative have come to be almost synonymous with communicative, and literacy research has come to encompass much more than decoding and encoding of verbal material. Literacy is now rarely spoken of in the singular or without descriptors such as multi-modal. Along with this marked shift has come the widespread recognition that teachers and students have to become learners together. Volume II pushes the boundaries of literacy education through an interdisciplinary range of perceptions and approaches to multiple literacies in classrooms and between and beyond the niches of formal education. Contributions from leading literacy researchers from around the world are organized around four themes:

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Handbook of Classroom Management Research, Practice, and Contemporary Issues Edited by Carolyn M. Evertson, Vanderbilt University, USA, and Carol S. Weinstein, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA 2006: 246x174: 1,368pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4753-6: £180.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-4754-3: £55.50

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Handbook of Complementary Methods in Education Research Edited by Judith L. Green, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA, Gregory Camilli, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA, and Patricia B. Elmore, Southern Illinois University, USA 2006: 246x174: 896pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5932-4: £119.50 Pb: 978-0-8058-5933-1: £55.50

• Historical and Theoretical Foundations • Methods of Inquiry in the Communicative, Visual, and Performative Arts

Handbook of Test Development

• Family and Communicative Contexts in the Communicative, Visual, and Performing Arts

Edited by Steven M. Downing, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, and Thomas M. Haladyna, Arizona State University, USA

• Into the Language Arts Classroom through the Visual and Communicative Arts. A project of the International Reading Association, published and distributed by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Visit www.reading.org for more information about IRA books, membership, and other services.

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Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Foundations Part 2: Methods of Inquiry in the Communicative, Visual, and Performative Arts Part 3: Family and Community Contexts in the Communicative, Visual, and Performative Arts Part 4: Into the Language Arts Classroom Through the Visual and Communicative Arts

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International Handbook of Literacy and Technology

International Handbook of Curriculum Research

Volume II

Edited by William F. Pinar

Edited by Michael C. McKenna, University of Virginia, USA, Linda D. Labbo, University of Georgia, USA, Ronald D. Kieffer, Ohio Northern University, USA, and David Reinking, Clemson University, USA

Series: Studies in Curriculum Theory Series

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Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education

2ND EDITION

Edited by Lyn D. English

Handbook of Research on the Education of Young Children

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Handbook of Reading Research, Volume III Edited by Michael L. Kamil, Peter B. Mosenthal, P. David Pearson and Rebecca Barr

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ENGINEERING Logistics Engineering Handbook Edited by G. Don Taylor, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA Logistics activities are critical integrating functions in any type of business due to their ability to increase profitability and promote competitiveness in global marketplaces. Introducing a unique engineering focus to this subject, the Logistics Engineering Handbook provides comprehensive coverage of both traditional methods and contemporary topics in logistics. Sections highlight background information, activities and implementation, transportation management, enabling technologies, and emerging trends. Professional engineers, educators and business administrators will find this handbook to be equally useful as an engineering textbook or as a complete and versatile professional reference. Selected Contents: Introduction to Logistics Engineering. Logistics from a Historical Perspective. The Economic Impact of Logistics. The Logistics Engineering Tool Chest. Logistics Metrics. Logistics as an Integrating Function. Logistics Activities. Customer Service. Purchasing & Sourcing. Demand Forecasting. Facility Location & Layout. Inventory Management. Material Handling & Material Flow. Warehousing. Distribution Networks. Transportation Systems Overview. Topics in Transportation Management. Dispatching/Routing. Classic Transportation Problems. Pricing/Rating. Freight Imbalance & Managing Uncertainty in the Supply Chain. Capacity Planning & Yield Management. Enabling Technologies. Tracking Technologies. Electronic Connectivity & Software. Reliability, Maintainability and Supportability in Logistics. Funding and Justifying Logistics Activities. Logistics and the Internet. Emerging & Growing Trends. Green Logistics, Packaging & Reverse Logistics. Global Logistics Concerns. Outsourcing & 3PLs. Intermodal Transportation. Logistics in Service Industries. Securing the Supply Chain. Current & Future Logistics Research Needs. December 2007: 246x174: 640pp Hb: 978-0-8493-3053-7: £71.99

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Operations Research and Management Science Handbook Edited by A. Ravi Ravindran, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA Series: Operations Research Series Operations Research (OR) began as an interdisciplinary activity to solve complex military problems during World War II. Utilizing principles from mathematics, engineering, business, computer science, economics, and statistics, OR has developed into a full fledged academic discipline with practical application in business, industry, government and military. Currently regarded as a body of established mathematical models and methods essential to solving complicated management issues, OR provides quantitative analysis of problems from which managers can make objective decisions. Operations Research and Management Science (OR/MS) methodologies continue to flourish in numerous decision making fields. Featuring a mix of international authors, Operations Research and Management Science Handbook combines OR/MS models, methods, and applications into one comprehensive, yet concise volume. The first resource to reach for when confronting OR/MS difficulties, this text – • provides a single source guide in OR/MS • bridges theory and practice • covers all topics relevant to OR/MS • offers a quick reference guide for students, researchers and practitioners • contains unified and up-to-date coverage designed and edited with non-experts in mind • discusses software availability for all OR/MS techniques • includes contributions from a mix of domestic and international experts. Selected Contents: History and Definition of Operations Research. Linear Programming. Nonlinear Programming. Integer Programming. Network Optimization Models. Multiple Criteria Decision Making. Dynamic Programming. Decision Analysis. Graph Theory. Project Management. Stochastic Processes and Markov Chains. Inventory Control. Production Planning, Scheduling, and Sequencing. Queuing Models. Reliability. Quality Control. Stochastic Programming. Simulation. Game Theory. Large Scale Optimization. Heuristic Methods.

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The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Applications, Second Edition Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics October 2007: 276x219: 1,384pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5870-9: £85.00

Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care and Patient Safety Edited by Pascale Carayon Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics 2006: 246x174: 1,016pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4885-4: £115.00

Handbook of Standards and Guidelines in Ergonomics and Human Factors Edited by Waldemar Karwowski, University of Louisville, USA

HISTORY The Routledge Companion to Britain in the Twentieth Century Mark Clapson, University of Westminster, UK Series: Routledge Companions Containing a wealth of chronologies, facts and figures, introductions to major themes, an A-Z of historians, biographies of the most important figures and a dictionary of key terms, this volume provides a jargon-free guide to the social, economic and political history of Britain since 1900. From the outbreak of World War I, to the introduction of the NHS, to the first television set, this book covers in detail some of the most important events that shaped twentiethcentury Britain. Themes include: class, gender, ethnicity, social policy, economic change, popular culture and decolonisation. Packed with useful information, this guide will be an indispensable reference tool for all those seeking an introduction to twentieth century British history. Selected Contents: 1. Chronologies 2. Historiography 3. Maps 4. Living in Britain 5. Affluence and Poverty 6. A Nation of Nations 7. The Structure of Power 8. Britain in the Wider World 9. Sources 10. A Structured Guide to Further Reading 11. Glossary of People and Key Terms December 2008: 234x156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-27535-4: £50.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27536-1: £16.99

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Handbook of Virtual Environments Design, Implementation, and Applications Edited by Kay Stanney Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics 2002: 246x174: 1,272pp Hb: 978-0-8058-3270-9: £180.95

Handbook of Classical Research David Schaps, Bar-Ilan University, Israel A basic Handbook for every student of classics that will instruct him/her in how to research every area of classical studies, from undergraduate dissertation upwards. It will also be of assistance to scholars and complements standard reference books by concentrating on ’how-to’ topics. Selected Contents: 1. The Nature of the Field: General Rules of Research 2. The Stages of Research 3. Bibliography 4. Sources and How to Use Them 5. Book Reviews 6. Lexicography 7. Grammar 8. Linguistics 9. Textual Criticism 10. Literary Criticism 11. Oratory and Rhetoric 12. Philosophy 13. History 14. Archaeology 15. Papyrology 16. Numismatics 17. Mycenaean studies 18. Sociology, Anthropology, Economics and Ecology 19. Ancient Religion 20. Ancient science 21. Art History 22. Ancient Dance and Music 23. Law 24. The Classical Tradition 25. History of Classical Scholarship 26. Reconstructing the Ancient World 27. Translation

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The Islamic World ‘The Routledge Worlds are magisterial surveys of key historical epochs, edited and written by worldrenowned experts. Giving unprecedented breadth and depth of coverage, they are the works against which all future books on their subjects will be judged and are essential reading for anyone with a serious interest in the subject.‘

The Babylonian World Edited by Gwendolyn Leick, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK Series: Routledge Worlds The Babylonian World presents an extensive, up-to-date and lavishly illustrated history of the ancient state Babylonia and its ‘holy city‘, Babylon. Historicized by the New Testament as a centre of decadence and corruption, Babylon and its surrounding region was in fact a rich and complex civilization, responsible for the invention of the dictionary and laying the foundations of modern science. This Handbook explores all key aspects of the development of this ancient culture, including the ecology of the region and its famously productive agriculture, its political and economic standing, its religious practices, and the achievements of its intelligentsia. Comprehensive and accessible, this book will be an indispensable resource for anyone studying the period.

Exploring the history, philosophy and practice of one of the world‘s greatest religious traditions, this is the perfect reference for all students of Islam. Ideal for both introductory-level study and as a definitive reference source. Selected Contents: Part 1: The Geo-political Islamic World 1. The Arab Middle East 2. West Africa 3. East Africa 4.Turkey 5. Iran 6. Central Asia 7. Southeast Asia 8. Europe 9.The Diaspora in the West Part 2: The Religious Islamic World 10. The Qur’an 11. Muhammad 12. Sunni Law 13. Theology: Freewill and Predestination 14. Ritual Life 15. Sidebar Rites of Passage 16. Sufism 17. Shi’ism 18. The Iba’is 19. Relations with Other Religions Part 3: The Intellectual Islamic World 20. The Arabic Language 21. Philosophy 22. The Scientific Tradition 23. Education 24. The Transmission of Knowledge 25.Travel Biographies: 26. Abd al-Jabbar 27. Niam al-Mulk 28. Al-Ghazali 29. Ibn Arabi 30. Ibn Taymiyya 31. Nair al-Din al-usi 32. Al-Suyui 33. Shah Wali Allah 34. Bediüzzaman Said Nursi 35. Sayyid Qub 36. Fazlur Rahman Part 4: The Cultural Islamic World 37. Art 38. Architecture 39. Material culture 40. Military Organization and Warfare 41. Popular Piety and Cultural Practices 42. Music 43.Cinema Part 5: Social Issues and the Islamic World 44. Civilization 45. Social Change 46. Secularism 47. Public Ethics 48. Marriage, Family, and Sexual Ethics 49. Women, Gender and Human Rights 50. Religious Minority Rights 51. sidebar International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (extracts) Glossary. Index. June 2008: 246x174: 624pp Hb: 978-0-415-36646-5: £150.00

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The Viking World Edited by Stefan Brink and Neil Price, University of Uppsala, Sweden Filling a gap in the literature for an academically oriented volume on the Viking period, this unique book is a one-stop authoritative introduction to all the latest research in the field. Bringing together today’s leading scholars, both established seniors and younger, cutting-edge academics, Brink and Price have constructed the first single work to gather innovative research from a spectrum of disciplines (including archaeology, history, philology, comparative religion, numismatics and cultural geography) to create the most comprehensive Viking Age book of its kind ever attempted. This original work, specifically oriented towards a university audience and the educated public, will have a self-evident place as an undergraduate course book and will be a standard work of reference for all those in the field.

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The Egyptian World

The Renaissance World

Edited by Toby Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, UK

Edited by John Jeffries Martin, Trinity University, Texas, USA

Series: Routledge Worlds Authoritative and up-to-date, this key single-volume work is a thematic exploration of ancient Egyptian civilization and culture as it was expressed down the centuries. Including topics rarely covered elsewhere as well as new perspectives, this work comprises thirty-two original chapters written by international experts. Each chapter gives an overview of its topic, and also covers the latest research in the area. Chapters are divided thematically into seven sections, to enable a broader understanding of all the complexities of ancient Egyptian society without the constriction of chronological divisions, and illustrated with previously unpublished photographs and drawings. Providing fresh perspectives on this ancient culture, a digest of current research trends in Egyptology as well as a unique examination of the Egyptian world, this fascinating title enables students to gain a clear understanding of ancient Egyptian society. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Environments 1. The Nile Valley 2. The Delta 3. The Deserts 4. The Oases 5. Urban Life Part 2: Institutions 6. The Monarchy 7. The Administration 8. The Temple Priesthood 9. The Army Part 3: Economies 10. Agriculture and Animal Husbandry 11. Craft Production and Technology 12. Labour 13. State and Private Enterprise 14. Land Tenure and Taxation Part 4: Societies 15. Gender and Sexuality 16. Ethnicity and Culture 17. Local Identities 18. Morality and Ethics 19. Law Part 5: Ideologies 20. Kingship 21. Creation Myths 22. Temple Cults 23. Private Religion 24. Afterlife Beliefs and Burial Customs Part 6: Aesthetics 25. Art 26. Architecture 27. Literature Part 7: Interactions 28. Egypt and Nubia 29. Egypt and the Levant 30. Egypt and Mesopotamia 31. Egypt and the Mediterranean World 32. Egypt and the Modern World September 2007: 246x174: 592pp Hb: 978-0-415-42726-5: £135.00

Series: Routledge Worlds This volume, in the successful Routledge Worlds series, offers a sweeping survey of Europe in the Renaissance, from the late thirteenth to early seventeenth centuries, and shows how the Renaissance laid key foundations for many aspects of the modern world. Collating thirty-four essays from the field‘s leading scholars, John Jeffries Martin shows that this period of rapid and complex change resulted from a convergence of a new set of social, economic and technological forces alongside a cluster of interrelated practices including painting, sculpture, humanism and science, in which the elites engaged. Unique in its balance of emphasis on elite and popular culture, on humanism and society, and on women as well as men, The Renaissance World grapples with issues as diverse as Renaissance patronage and the development of the slave trade. Selected Contents: Part 1: Three Preludes 1. Rome at the Center of a Civilization 2. Framing and Mirroring the World 3. The Black Death, Tragedy, and Transformation Part 2: A World in Motion 4. The Manufacture and Movement of Goods 5. Cities, Towns, and New Forms of Culture 6. European Expansion and a New Order of Knowledge 7. The Invention of Europe 8. Humanity Part 3: The Movement of Ideas 9. The Circulation of Knowledge 10. Virgil and Homer in Poland 11. Montaigne in Italy 12. ‘Shared Studies Foster Friendship‘: Humanism and History in Spain Katherine 13. Niccolò Machiavelli and Thomas More: Parallel Lives Part 4: The Circulation of Power 14. Courts, Art, and Power 15. An Imperial Renaissance 16. Renaissance Triumphalism in Art 17. The Ottoman Empire 18. Religious Authority and Ecclesiastical Governance 19. Mothers and Children 20. The Renaissance Goes Up in Smoke Part 5: Making Identities 21. Human Exceptionalism 22. Worthy of Faith? Authors and Readers in Early Modernity 23. The Renaissance Portrait: From Resemblance to Representation 24. Objects and Identity: Antonio de’Medici and the Casino at San Marco in Florence 25. Food: Pietro Aretino and the Art of Conspicuous Consumption 26. Shakespeare’s Dream of Retirement Part 6: Beliefs and Reforms 27.Speaking Books, Moving Images 28. Religious Minorities 29. Humanism and the Dream of Christian Unity 30. Christian Reform and its Discontents 31. A Tale of Two Tribunals 32. Christianity in Sixteenth-Century Brazil 33. Toward a Sacramental Poetics Part 7: A New Order of Knowledge 34. The Sun at the Center of the World

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Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition

Series:Routledge Worlds This all embracing survey of Pompeii provides the most comprehensive survey of the region available. With contributions by well-known experts in the field, this book studies not only Pompeii, but also – for the first time – the buried surrounding cities of Campania. The World of Pompeii includes the latest understanding of the region, based on the up-to-date findings of recent archaeological work. Accompanied by a CD with the most detailed map of Pompeii so far, this book is instrumental in studying the city in the ancient world and is an excellent source book for students of this fascinating and tragic geographic region. Selected Contents: Part 1: Beginnings 1. An Orientation to the Cities and Countryside 2. History and Historical Sources 3. Rediscovery and Resurrection 4. The Environmental and Geomorphological Context 5. Recent Work on Early Pompeii 6. The First Sanctuaries 7. Early Urban Development 8. Building Materials, Construction Methods, and Chronologies. Appendix: A Note on Roman Concrete (Opus Caementicium) and Other Wall Construction Part 2: The Community 9. Development of Pompeii’s Public Landscape in the Roman Period 10. Urban Planning, Roads, Streets and Neighborhood 11. The Walls and Gates 12. The Forum and its Dependencies 13. Urban, Suburban and Rural Religion in the Roman Period 14. Amphitheatre, Palaestra, and Entertainment Complexes 15. The City Baths 16. The Water System – Supply and Drainage Part 3: Housing 17. Domestic Spaces and Activities 18. The Development of the Campanian House 19. Instrumentum Domesticum – A Case Study 20. Domestic Decoration. Paintings and the ‘Four Styles‘ 21. Domestic Decoration. Mosaics and Stucco 22. Real and Painted (Imitation) Marble at Pompeii 23. Houses of Regions I and II 24. Regions V and IX. Early Anonymous Domestic Architecture 25. The Creation of the House of the Vestals (VI16–8) 26. Rooms with a View. Residences Built on Terraces (Regions VI–VIII) 27. Residences in Herculaneum 28. Villas Surrounding Pompeii and Herculaneum Part 4: Society and Economy 29. Shops and Industries 30. Inns and Taverns 31. Gardens 32. The Loss of Innocence. Pompeian Economy and Society 33. Epigraphy and Society 34. Pompeian Women 35. The Lives of Slaves 36. Pompeian Men and Women in Portrait Sculpture 37. The Tombs at Pompeii 38. Victims of the Cataclysm 39. Early Published Sources for Pompeii

Edited by Peter Robinson, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan and Nick Ellis, University of Michigan, USA This cutting-edge volume applies the burgeoning discipline of Cognitive Linguistics to the study of second language acquisition. The first half of the book identifies the diverse theoretical and empirical strands of Cognitive Linguistics and unifies them into a coherent whole. The second half demonstrates the relevance of Cognitive Linguistics to second language acquisition and provides a theoretical framework for linking the two fields. With its comprehensive range and tutorial-style chapters, Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition is a valuable resource for students and researchers alike. February 2008: 234x156: 576pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5351-3: £100.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5352-0: £39.99

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Handbook of Mass Media Ethics

Edited by Christina S. Beck

Edited by Lee Wilkins, University of Missouri, USA, and Clifford G. Christians, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA

The Communication Yearbook annuals publish diverse, stateof-the-discipline literature reviews across the field of communication. Sponsored by the International Communication Association, volumes offer insightful descriptions of research as well as reflections on the implications of those findings for other areas of the discipline. Editor Christina S. Beck presents a diverse, international selection of articles that highlight empirical and theoretical intersections in the communication discipline. June 2008: 234x156: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-98859-9: £82.00

This Handbook encapsulates the intellectual history of mass media ethics over the past twenty-five years. Chapters will serve as a summary of existing research and thinking in the field, as well as setting agenda items for future research. Key features include: • up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of media ethics, one of the hottest topics in the media community • ‘one-stop shopping‘ for historical and current research in media ethics

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Handbook of Election Coverage Around the World Jesper Stromback, Mid Sweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden and Lynda Lee Kaid, University of Florida, USA The Handbook of Election Coverage Around the World focuses on the news coverage of national elections in democracies around the globe. It brings together and compares election news coverage within a single framework, offering a systematic consideration of various factors. Considering the prominence and power of the press in the election process, this volume will offer unique breadth in its global consideration of the topic.

• experienced, top-tier editors, advisory board, and contributors. It will be an essential reference on media ethics theory and research for scholars, graduate students, and researchers in media, mass communication, and journalism. April 2008: 246x174: 456pp Hb: 978-0-8058-6191-4: £81.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6192-1: £33.99

The volume will appeal to scholars in political communication, political science, mass media and society, and others studying elections and media coverage around the world.

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MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Handbook of Research on Writing

Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning

History, Society, School, Individual, Text Edited by Charles Bazerman, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA The Handbook of Research on Writing ventures to sum up inquiry over the last few decades on what we know about writing and the many ways we know it. It advances the field by aggregating the broad ranging, interdisciplinary, multidimensional strands of writing research and bringing them together into a common intellectual space.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Part 1: History of Writing Origin and Forms of Writing. History of Writing Technologies. History of Typography. History of the Book, Authorship, Book Design, and Publishing. History of Reflection, Theory, and Research on Writing. Part 2: Writing in Society. Writing and the Social Formation of Economy. On Documentary Society. Writing, Text, and the Law. Writing and Secular Knowledge Apart From Modern European Institutions. Writing and Secular Knowledge Within Modern European Institutions. The Collection and Organization of Written Knowledge. Writing as Art and Entertainment. Writing and Journalism: Politics, Social Movements, and the Public Sphere. Writing in the Professions. History of Writing in the Community. Writing, Gender, and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Writing and Social Change. Part 3: Writing in Schooling History of Schools and Writing. Writing in Primary School. Writing in Secondary Schools. Teaching of Writing in Higher Education. Teaching of Writing and Writing Teachers Through the Ages. Construct and Consequence: Validity in Writing Assessment. Teaching of Writing and Diversity: Access, Identity, and Achievement. Part 4: Writing and the Individual Development of Writing Abilities in Childhood. Defining Adolescent and Adult Writing Development: A Contest of Empirical and Federal Will. The Reading-Writing Nexus in Composition Research. Writing and Cognition: Implications of the Cognitive Architecture for Learning to Write and Writing to Learn. Writing and Communication Disorders Across the Lifespan. Writing as Physical and Emotional Healing: Findings From Clinical Research. Identity and the Writing of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students. Multilingual Writing Development. Part 5: Writing as Text Writing and Speaking. Grammar, the Sentence, and Traditions of Linguistic Analysis. Form, Text Organization, Genre, Coherence, and Cohesion. Persuasion, Audience, and Argument. Seeing the Screen: Research Into Visual and Digital Writing Practices.

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Handbook of Visual Communication Theory, Methods, and Media Edited by Kenneth L. Smith, Sandra Moriarty, Gretchen Barbatsis and Keith Kenney Series: LEA‘s Communication Series 2004: 246x174: 624pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4178-7: £108.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-4179-4: £45.99

Handbook of Health Communication Edited by Teresa L. Thompson, Alicia Dorsey, Roxanne Parrott and Katherine Miller Series: LEA‘s Communication Series 2003: 246x174: 768pp Hb: 978-0-8058-3857-2: £120.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-3858-9: £48.99

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The Garland Handbook of Southeast Asian Music

The Concise Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Doug Puchowski The Concise Garland Encyclopedia of World Music is a twovolume set introducing the ‘world of music‘ to students, professors, and interested individuals. Derived from the tenvolume, Dartmouth Medal winning Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, it is designed to be easily understood by readers with a more general background, rather than an advanced knowledge of ethnomusicology. It will also offer additional features – including sidebars, and glossary terms – in an attractively designed format, for ease of use. The Concise Garland Encyclopedia of World Music is divided into nine sections that correspond to the geographic regions of the original edition‘s individual volumes. May 2008: 276x219: 1,216pp Hb: 978-0-415-97293-2: £150.00

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The Garland Handbook of African Music Ruth M Stone, Indiana University, USA The Garland Handbook of African Music is comprised of essays from The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Volume 1, Africa, (1997). Revised and updated, the essays offer detailed, regional studies of the different musical cultures of Africa and examine the ways in which music helps to define the identity of this particular area.

Terry Miller, Kent State University, USA and Sean Williams, Evergreen State College, USA The Garland Handbook of Southeast Asian Music is comprised of essays from The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Volume 4, Southeast Asia (1998). Largely revised and updated, the essays offer detailed, regional studies of the different musical cultures of Southeast Asia and examine the ways in which music helps to define the identity of this particular area. Part 1 provides an in-depth introduction to the area of Southeast Asia and explores a series of issues and processes, such as colonialism, mass media, spirituality, and war. The articles in this section are important in gaining historical, political, and social perspective. Part 2 focuses on mainland Southeast Asia, with essays representing Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Burma, Peninsular Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, and the minority peoples of mainland Southeast Asia. Part 3 focuses on island Southeast Asia, dividing the area into three sections: Indonesia, the Philippines, and Borneo. In addition to offering a detailed study of the music of each area, it also offers recent perspectives on the gamelan and theater traditions of Indonesia. Questions for Critical Thinking at the end of each major section guide and focus attention on what issues – musical and cultural – arise when one studies the music of Southeast Asia – issues that might not occur in the study of other musics of the world. An accompanying compact disc offers musical examples from Southeast Asia. March 2008: 276x219: 512pp Pb: 978-0-415-96075-5: £26.99 • AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY

Part 1 provides an in-depth introduction to Africa. Part 2 focuses on issues and processes, such as notation and oral tradition, dance in communal life, and intellectual property. Part 3 focuses on the different regions, countries, and cultures of Africa with selected regional case studies. The second edition has been expanded to include exciting new scholarship that has been conducted since the first edition was published. Questions for Critical Thinking at the end of each major section guide and focus attention on what issues – musical and cultural – arise when one studies the music of Africa – issues that might not occur in the study of other musics of the world. An accompanying audio compact disc offers musical examples of some of the music of Africa.

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MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE 2ND EDITION

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Encyclopedia of Percussion

The Routledge Companion to Directors‘ Shakespeare

Edited by John H. Beck

Edited by John Russell Brown ‘An invaluable resource for anyone interested in modern Shakespeare production. The breadth of coverage is one of its greatest assets. A major contribution to Shakespeare performance studies.‘ – James Loehlin, University of Texas, USA The Routledge Companion to Director’s Shakespeare is a major collaborative book about plays in performance. Thirty authoritative accounts describe in illuminating detail how some of theatre’s most talented directors have brought Shakespeare’s texts to the stage.

The Second edition of Encyclopedia of Percussion, updates and enlarges the only comprehensive encyclopedia covering all of the major percussion instruments, the volume is divided into four major sections: an alphabetical dictionary of percussion instruments and terms; illustrations of key percussion instruments; longer, individual articles on key members of the percussion family, from Bass Drum to Xylophone, written by leading percussionists and scholars; and finally, several appendices of terms and symbols and a comprehensive bibliography. This new edition is expanded to include new research in the field as well as increased coverage of electronic and world percussion instruments.

A must-have work of reference for students of both Shakespeare and theatre, this book presents some of the most acclaimed productions of the last hundred years in a variety of cultural and political contexts. Each entry describes a director’s own theatrical vision, and methods of rehearsal and production.

June 2007: 276x219: 680pp Hb: 978-0-415-97123-2: £90.00

John Russell Brown was an Associate Director of the Royal National Theatre for fifteen years, and has also chaired the Drama Panel of the Arts Council of Great Britain. He is author of numerous works on Shakespeare, including New Sites for Shakespeare (Routledge, 1999), and Shakespeare and the Theatrical Event (2002), and is editor of The Oxford Illustrated History of Theatre (1995).

Edited by David A. Jansen

Selected Contents: Ingmar Bergman, Rikard Loman Peter Brook, Maria Shevtsova Glen Byam Shaw, Nick Walton Deguchi Norio, Mika Eglington Declan Donellan, Paul Prescott Peter Gill, John Burgess Harley Granville Barker, Christopher McCullough Tyrone Guthrie, Robert Shaughnessy Peter Hall, Peter Holland Terry Hands, Peter Breen Henry Irving, Russell Jackson Fritz Kortner, Klaus Volkner Michael Langham, Kevin Ewert Robert Lepage, Karen Fricker Joan Littlewood, Lesley Wade Ninagawa Yukio, Shoichiro Kawai Trevor Nunn, Martin White Joseph Papp, Pat Lennox Iden Payne, Frank Hildy Roget Planchon, Gerry McCarthy William Poel, Peter Thomson Max Reinhardt, Peter Marx Barry Rutter, Christian M. Billing Mark Rylance, Bridget Escolme Peter Stein, Michael Patterson Giorgio Strehler, Donald McManus Julie Taymor, Douglas Lanier Deborah Warner, Carol Rutter Orson Welles, Matthew Smith Peter Zadek, Michael Raab Franco Zeffirelli, Tom Matheson

Ragtime An Encyclopedia, Discography, and Sheetography Ragtime: An Encyclopedia, Discography, and Sheetography is the definitive reference work for this important popular form of music that flourished from the 1890s through the 1920s, and was one of the key predecessors of jazz. It collects for the first time entries on all the important composers and performers, and descriptions of their works; a complete listing of all known published ragtime compositions, even those self-published and known only in single copies; and a complete discography from the cylinder era to today. It also represents the culmination of a lifetime’s research for its author, considered to be the foremost scholar of ragtime and early twentieth century popular music. Rare photographs accompany most entries, taken from the original sheets, newspapers, and other archival sources. Ragtime: An Encyclopedia, Discography, and Sheetography will be a standard reference for anyone interested in the history of jazz. April 2007: 276x219: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-97862-0: £75.00

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The Garland Handbook of Latin American Music Edited by Dale Olsen, Florida State Univeristy, USA and Daniel Sheehy, Smithsonian Folkways, USA The Garland Handbook of Latin American Music is comprised of essays from The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Volume 2, South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Carribean, (1998). Revised and updated, the essays offer detailed, regional studies of the different musical cultures of Latin America and examine the ways in which music helps to define the identity of this particular area. Part 1 provides an in-depth introduction to the area of Latin America and describes the history, geography, demography, and cultural settings of the regions that comprise Latin America. It also explores the many ways to research Latin American music, including archaeology, iconography, mythology, history, ethnography, and practice. Part 2 focuses on issues and processes, such as history, politics, geography, and immigration, which are responsible for the similarities and the differences of each region’s uniqueness and individuality. Part 3 focuses on the different regions, countries, and cultures of Caribbean Latin America, Middle Latin America, and South America with selected regional case studies. The second edition has been expanded to cover Haiti, Panama, several more Amerindian musical cultures, and Afro-Peru. Questions for Critical Thinking at the end of each major section guide and focus attention on what issues – musical and cultural – arise when one studies the music of Latin America – issues that might not occur in the study of other musics of the world. Two audio compact discs offer musical examples of some of the music of Latin America. October 2007: 276x219: 592pp Pb: 978-0-415-96101-1: £27.99

Vaudeville, Old and New An Encyclopedia of Variety Performers Frank Cullen 2006: 276x219: 1,368pp Hb: 978-0-415-93853-2: £295.00

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The Routledge Companion to Nineteenth Century Philosophy Edited by Dean Moyar, Johns Hopkins University, USA Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions The nineteenth century is one of the most important periods in the history of philosophy. Characterised by philosophical change and diversity on a massive scale, it was also crucial in defining the early part of twentieth century intellectual thought. The Routledge Companion to Nineteenth Century Philosophy is an outstanding survey and assessment of the century as a whole. Divided into six parts and including thirty-one chapters written by leading international scholars, the Companion examines and assesses the central topics, themes, and philosophers of the Nineteenth century, presenting the first comprehensive picture of the period in a single volume. Selected Contents: Introduction Dean Moyar Part 1: German Idealism 1. Self-Consciousness, System, Dialectic Scott Jenkins 2. Philosophy of Mind/Epistemology Christoph Halbig 3. Philosophy of Nature Dieter Wandschneider 4. Moral Theory Allen Wood 5. Political Theory Dean Moyar 6. Aesthetics Rachel Zuckert Part 2: Philosophy as Politics 7. Young Hegelians Michael Quante 8. Tocqueville Jon Elster 9. Marx Tony Smith Part 3: Challenges to Rationality 10. Romantics (Novalis/Holderlin/Schlegels, etc.) Jane Kneller 11. Schopenhauer David Wellbery 12. Kierkegaard Merold Westphal 13. Nietzsche Ken Gemes 14. Bergson Keith AnsellPearson Part 4: Biology, Psychology, Value 15. Positivism Robert Scharff 16. Darwin’s Philosophical Impact Richard Richards 17. Philosophy of Race Robert Bernasconi 18. Experimental Psychology Gary Hatfield 19. Dilthey and the Neo-Kantians Rudolph Makkreel and Sebastian Luft Part 5: British Currents 20. Utilitarian Moral Thought Phillip Kitcher 21. Mill’s Theoretical Philosophy Fred Wilson 22. British Idealism: Practical Philosophy David Boucher 23. British Idealism: Theoretical Philosophy Stewart Candlish Part 6: American Contributions 24. Transcendentalism Steven Affeldt 25. C.S. Peirce Nathan Houser 26. William James Robert Burch 27. Josiah Royce David Schweikard Part 7: Mind and Logic 28. Logic Between Hegel and Frege Stephan Käufer 29. Franz Brentano Peter Simons 30. Gottlob Frege Jamie Tappenden 31. Edmund Husserl Christian Beyer

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The Routledge Companion to Metaphysics

The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film

Edited by Robin Le Poidevin, Peter Simons, Andrew McGonigal, and Ross Cameron, all at University of Leeds, UK

Edited by Paisley Livingston, Lingnan University, China and Carl Plantinga, Calvin College, USA Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions

Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions The Routledge Companion to Metaphysics contains over fifty chapters written by leading international scholars covering all aspects of metaphysics. The Routledge Companion to Metaphysics is an outstanding reference resource and essential reading for anyone interested in or studying the subject. It will also be of interest to those in disciplines related to philosophy seeking an introduction and overview of this fundamental branch of philosophy. Selected Contents: Part 1: History of Metaphysics 1. PreSocratic Themes: Change, Becoming and Plurality 2. Plato: Arguments for the Forms 3 . Aristotle: Form, Matter and Substance 4. Aristotle: Time and Change 5. Medieval Metaphysics I: The Problem of Universals 6. Medieval metaphysics II: God, Creation and Freedom 7. Descartes: The Real Distinction 8. Hobbes: Matter, Cause and Motion 9. Spinoza: Substance and Modes 10. Locke: The Primary and Secondary Quality Distinction 11. Leibniz: Space and the Monad 12. Berkeley: Arguments for Idealism 13. Hume: Necessary Connections and Distinct Existences 14. Kant: The Possibility of Metaphysics 15. Hegel and Schopenhauer: Spirit, Will and Idea 16. Anti-metaphysics I: Nietzsche 17. Bradley: The Absolute 18. Whitehead: Process and Cosmology 19. McTaggart: The Unreality of Matter 20. Heidegger: The Question of Being 21. Anti-Metaphysics II: Verificationism 22. The 20th Century Revival of Metaphysics Part 2: Ontology: On What Exists 23. To Be 24. Not to Be 25. Ockham’s Razor: Principles of Ontological Parsimony 26. Realism and Anti-Realism 27. Substance 28. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Properties 29. Universals: The Contemporary Debate 30. Particulars 31. Persistence, Composition and Identity 32. Relations 33. Facts, Events and States of Affairs 34. Possible Worlds and Possibilia 35. Mathematical Objects 36. Fictional Objects 37. Vagueness 38. Minor Entities: Surfaces, Holes and Shadows 39. Truth-Makers and TruthBearers 40. Metaphysics of Value Part 3: Metaphysics and Science 41. Space, Absolute and Relational 42. The Infinite 43. The Passage of Time 44. The Direction of Time 45. Causation 46. Laws and Dispositions 47. Probability and Determinism 48. Essences and Natural Kinds 49. Metaphysics and Relativity 50. Metaphysics and Quantum Physics 51. Supervenience, Reductionism and Emergence 52. Biometaphysics: Species, Genes, Organisms, Functions 53. Social Entities 54. The Mental and the Physical 55. The Self

The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film is the first comprehensive volume to explore the main themes, topics, thinkers and issues in philosophy and film. The Companion features sixty five specially commissioned chapters from international scholars and is divided into four clear parts: • issues and concepts • authors and trends • genres • film as philosophy. Part 1 is a comprehensive section examining key concepts, including chapters on acting, censorship, character, depiction, ethics, genre, interpretation, narrative, reception and spectatorship and style. Part 2 covers authors and scholars of film and significant theories Part 3 examines genres such as documentary, experimental cinema, horror, comedy and tragedy. Part 4 includes chapters on key directors such as Tarkovsky, Bergman and Terrence Malick and on particular films including Memento. Each chapter includes a section of annotated further reading and is cross-referenced to related entries. The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film is essential reading for anyone interested in philosophy of film, aesthetics and film and cinema studies. Selected Contents: Part 1: Issues and Concepts Acting Authorship Censorship Character engagement/identification Cognition and Consciousness Definition of ‘cinema’ Depiction Digital Cinema Dogme 95 Emotion and Affect Ethics I Ethics II Film as art Film and Dream Gender Genre Interpretation Formalism Medium Music in film Narrative Narration and narrators in film Ontology Politics/Ideology Race Realism Reception and Spectatorship Sound Style Violence Vision Part 2: Authors and Trends Cognitive Film Theory Frankfurt School Phenomenology Psychoanalysis Semiotics and Semiology Part 3: Genres and Other Types Documentary Experimental Cinema Horror Melodrama Pornography Tragedy and Comedy Part 4: Film as Philosophy Film as Philosophy Part 5: Directors Tarkovsky Part 6: Themes The Role of Imagination in Practical Wisdom Skepticism Why Be Moral? Part 7: Films Five Obstructions Gattica Memento November 2008: 246x174: 740pp Hb: 978-0-415-77166-5: £95.00

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The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Psychology is an invaluable guide and major reference source to the major topics, problems, concepts and debates in philosophy of psychology and is the first companion of its kind. A team of renowned international contributors provide forty-seven chapters organised into eight clear parts: • historical background • the status of psychological theories • models of the mind • behaviour, development and the brain • thought and language • perception and consciousness • The inner world • psychology and the self The Companion covers key topics such as the origins of experimental psychology; folk psychology; behaviorism and functionalism; philosophy, psychology and neuroscience; the language of thought, modularity, nativism and representational theories of mind; consciousness and the senses; dreams emotion and temporality; personal identity and the philosophy of psychopathology. Essential reading for all students of philosophy of mind, science and psychology, The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Psychology will also be of interest to anyone studying psychology and its related disciplines. November 2008: 246x174: 768pp Hb: 978-0-415-39632-5: £95.00

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Selected Contents: Introduction Paco Calvo and John Symons Part 1: Historical Background 1. Rationalist Roots of Modern Psyhology Gary Hatfield 2. Empirist Roots of Modern Psychology Raymond Martin 3. Origins of Experimental Psychology Part 2: The Status of Psychological Theories 4. Is Folk Psychology a Theory? Ian Ravenscroft 5. What is a Psyhological Explanation William Betchel & Cory Wright 6. The Interface Between Neuroscience and Psychology Valerie Hardcastle Part 3: Modeling the Mind : The Battle of the ‘isms’ 7. Behavourism David Bruddon-Mitchell 8. Cognitivism Alan Garnham 9. Computational Functionalism Tom Polger 10. Connectionism Noel Sharkey 11. Dynamicism Gregor Schöner 12. Interactivism Mark Bickhard Part 4: Behavior, Development and the Brain 13. Conceptual Problems in Statistics, Testing and Experimentation David Danks 14. Imaging Technologies Geraint Rees 15. Neural Mehanisms Carl Craver 16. Cellular and Sub-Cellular Neuroscience John Bickle 17. Evolutionary Models in Psychology Michael Wheeler 18. Development and Learning Aarre Laakso 19. Embodied Cognition and the Extended Mind Ken Aizawa 20. Actiona and Mind Alfred Mele Part 5: Thought and Language 21. The Many Problems of Representation Zoltan Dienes 22. Naturalising Content Dan Ryder 23. Language and Thought Susan Schneider 24. Modularity Verena Gottschling 25. Nativism Richard Samuels 26. Non-Human Minds and Languages Colin Allen 27. Mind Reading Joseph Cruz 28. Representation and the Brain Art Markman Part 6: Perception and Consciousness 29. Consciousness Timothy Bayne 30. Individuating the Senses Brian Keeley 31. Vision Patricia Churchland & John Jacobson 32. Color Jonathan Cohen 33. Audition Casey O‘Callaghan 34. Attention Christopher Mole Part 7: The Inner World 35. Introspection Jordi Fernández 36. Memory Mark Rowlands 37. Dreams John Sutton 38. Emotion Anthony Atkinson 39. The Unconscious/Freud Edward Erwin 40. Temporality Rick Grush Part 8: Psychology and the Self 41. Personal Identity Marya Schechtman 42. Emodiment in Schitzophrenia Giovanni Stanghellini 43. Confabulation William Hirstein 44. Aphasis Daniel Kolak 45. (Propositional) Imagination Shaun Nichols 46. Moral Judgements Jennifer Nado, Daniel Kelly and Stephen Stich 47. Buddhist Perspectives Owen Flanagan A Glossary for Philosophy of Psychology Paco Calvo and John Symons

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The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Science Edited by Stathis Psillos, University of Athens, Greece and Martin Curd, Purdue University, USA Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions This indispensable reference source and guide to the major themes, debates, problems and topics in philosophy of science contains fifty-five specially commissioned entries by a leading team of international contributors. Organized into four parts it covers: • historical and philosophical context • debates • concepts • The individual sciences The Companion covers everything students of philosophy of science need to know - from empiricism, explanation and experiment to causation, observation, prediction and more - and contains many helpful features including: a section on the individual sciences, including chapters on the philosophy of biology, chemistry, physics and psychology, further reading and cross-referencing at the end of each chapter. January 2008: 246x174: 656pp Hb: 978-0-415-35403-5: £95.00

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Steven French 26. Theory-Change John Worrall 27. Underdetermination Igor Douven 28. Values in Science Gerald Doppelt Part 3: Concepts 29. Causation Christopher Hitchcock 30. Determinism Barry Loewer 31. Evidence Peter Achinstein 32. Function Denis Walsh 33. Idealisation James Ladyman 34. Measurement Nancy Cartwright and Hasok Chang 35. Mechanism Stuart Glennan 36. Models Demetris Portides 37. Observation André Kukla 38. Prediction Malcolm Forster 39. Probability Maria-Carla Galavotti 40. Reduction Sahotra Sarkar 41. Representation in Science Paul Teller 42. Scientific Discovery Thomas Nickles 43. Space and Time Oliver Pooley 44. Symmetry Margaret Morrison 45. Truthlikeness Graham Oddie 46. Unification Todd Jones 47. The Virtues of a Good Theory Ernan McMullin Part 4: The Individual Sciences 48. Biology Alexander Rosenberg 49. Chemistry Robin Findlay Hendry 50. Cognitive Science Paul Thagard 51. Economics Uskali Maki 52. Mathematics Peter Clark 53. Physics Simon Saunders 54. Psychology Richard Samuels 55. Social Sciences Harold Kincaid

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The Routledge Companion to Twentieth Century Philosophy Edited by Dermot Moran, University College Dublin, Ireland Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions The twentieth century was one of the most significant and exciting periods ever witnessed in philosophy, characterised by intellectual change and development on a massive scale. The Routledge Companion to Twentieth Century Philosophy is an outstanding and authoritative survey and assessment of the century as a whole. Featuring twenty-two chapters written by leading international scholars, this outstanding collection is divided into five clear parts and presents a comprehensive picture of the period for the first time: • major themes and movements • philosophy of mind, psychology and science • phenomenology, hermeneutics, existentialism, and critical theory

Selected Contents: Introduction: Towards an Assessment of Twentieth-Century Philosophy Dermot Moran Part 1: Major Themes and Movements 1. The Birth of Analytic Philosophy Michael Potter 2. The Development of Analytic Philosophy: Wittgenstein and After Hans-Johann Glock 3. Hegelianism in the Twentieth Century Terry Pinkard 4. Kant in the Twentieth Century Robert Hanna 5. American Philosophy in the Twentieth Century James O’Shea 6. Naturalism Geert Keil 7. Feminism in Philosophy Andrea Nye Part 2: Logic, Language, Knowledge and Metaphysics 8. Philosophical Logic Mark Sainsbury 9. Philosophy of Language Jason Stanley 10. Metaphysics E. J. Lowe 11. Epistemology in the Twentieth Century Matthias Steup Part 3: Philosophy of Mind, Psychology and Science 12. Philosophy of Mind Sarah Patterson 13. Philosophy of Psychology Kelby Mason, Chandra Sekhar Sripada, Stephen Stich 14. Philosophy of Science Stathis Psillos Part 4: Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Existentialism, and Critical Theory 15. Phenomenology Dan Zahavi 16. Twentieth-Century Hermeneutics Nicholas Davey 17. German Philosophy Karl-Otto Apel 18. Critical Theory Axel Honneth 19. French Philosophy in the Twentieth Century Gary Gutting Part 5: Politics, Ethics, Aesthetics 20. Twentieth-Century Moral Philosophy Rowland Stout 21. Twentieth-Century Political Philosophy Matt Matravers 22. Twentieth-Century Aesthetics Paul Guyer

• politics, ethics, aesthetics Featuring annotated further reading and a comprehensive glossary, The Routledge Companion to Twentieth Century Philosophy is indispensable for anyone interested in philosophy over the last one hundred years, suitable for both expert and novice alike.

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Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Religion Edited by Chad Meister, Director of Philosophy, Bethel College, USA and Paul Copan, Palm Beach Atlantic University, USA Series: Routledge Philosophy Companions The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Religion is an indispensable guide and reference source to the major themes, movements, debates and topics in philosophy of religion. A team of renowned international contributors provide sixty-five accessible entries organised into nine clear parts: • philosophical issues in world religions • key figures in philosophy of religion • religious diversity • the theistic conception of God • arguments for the existence of God • arguments against the existence of God • philosophical theology • christian theism • recent topics in philosophy of religion. Covering key world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam, and key figures such as Augustine, Aquinas and Kierkegaard, the book explores the central topics in theism such as the ontological, cosmological and teleological arguments for God‘s existence. Three final parts consider Catholicism, Protestantism, Eastern orthodoxy and current debates including phenomenology, reformed epistemology, religious experience, and religion and science. This is essential reading for anyone interested in philosophy, religion and related disciplines.

Selected Contents: Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction Part 1: Philosophical Issues in the World Religions 1. Hinduism 2. Buddhism 3. African Religions 4. Chinese Religion 5. Judaism 6. Christianity 7. Islam Part 2: Key Figures in Philosophy of Religion 8. Augustine 9. Shankara 10. Ibn Sina/Avicenna 11. Moses Maimonides/Rambam 12. Thomas Aquinas 13. David Hume 14. Immanuel Kant 15. Søren Kierkegaard 16. Friedrich Nietzsche 17. William James Part 3: Religious Diversity 18. Truth in Religion 19. Religious Traditions and Rational Assessments 20. Religious Pluralism 21. Inclusivism and Exclusivism 22. Non-theistic Conceptions of God 23. Mysticism Among the World’s Religions Part 4: The Theistic Concept of God 24. Omniscience 25. Omnipotence 26. Omnipresence 27. Eternity 28. Goodness 29. Hiddenness 30. Creation and Divine Action Part 5: Arguments For God‘s Existence 31. The Ontological Argument 32. The Cosmological Argument 33. The Teleological Argument 34. The Moral Argument 35. The Argument from Consciousness 36. The Wager Argument Part 6: Arguments Against God‘s Existence 37. The Problem of Evil 38. Problems with the Concept of God 39. The Problem of Religious Language 40. Naturalistic Rejoinders to Theistic Arguments 41. Why Is There a Universe At All, Rather Than Just Nothing? 42. the Sociobiological Account of Religious Belief Part 7: Philosophical Theology 43. Catholic Philosophical Theology 44. Eastern Orthodoxy 45. Protestant Theology 46. Process Theology 47. Postmodern Theology 48. Theology and Religious Language Part 8: Christian Theism 49. The Trinity 50. Revelation 51. The Incarnation 52. Resurrection 53. Sin and Salvation 54. Heaven and Hell 55. Miracles 56. Faith, Hope, and Doubt 57. Prayer Part 9: Recent Topics in Philosophy of Religion 58. Reformed Epistemology 59. Feminism 60. Continental Philosophy 61. Phenomenology of Religion 62. Religious Naturalism 63. Religious Experience 64. Religion and Science 65. Religion and Science Index

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Handbook of Peace and Conflict Studies Edited by Charles Webel, University of Tromsø, Norway and Johan Galtung, European University Center for Peace Studies, Austria This major new Handbook provides a cutting-edge and transdisciplinary overview of the main issues, debates, state-of-the-art methods, and key concepts in peace and conflict studies today. The fields of peace and conflict studies have grown exponentially since being initiated by Professor Johan Galtung half a century ago. They have forged a transdisciplinary and professional identity distinct from security studies, political science, and international relations. Each section features new essays by distinguished international scholars and professionals working in peace studies and conflict resolution and transformation. Drawing from a wide range of theoretical, methodological, and political positions, the editors and contributors offer topical and enduring approaches to peace and conflict studies.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Toward a Philosophy and Metapsychology of Peace 2. Peace by Peaceful Conflict Transformation: The Transcend Approach Part 1: Understanding and Transforming Conflict 3. Negotiation 4. Mediation 5. Former Yugoslavia and Iraq: A Comparative Analysis of International Conflict Mismanagement 6. Peace Studies and Peace Politics: Multicultural Common Security in North-South Conflict Situations 7. Disarmament 8. Nuclear Disarmament Part 2: Creating Peace 9. Peace and Conflict Counseling and Training: The Transcend Approach 10. Nonviolence – More Than the Absence of Violence 11. Human Rights / Peace Processes 12. Reconciliation 13. Peace as a Self-Regulating Process Part 3: Supporting Peace 14. Gender and Peace: Towards a Gender-Inclusive Holistic Perspective 15. Peace Business 16. Peace Journalism 17. Peace Psychology: Theory and Practice 18. Rethinking Peace Education Part 4: Peace Across the Disciplines 19. Peace Studies as a Transdisciplinary Project 20. The Spirit of War and the Spirit of Peace: Understanding the Role of Religion 21. International Law: Amid Power, Order and Justice 22. The Language Game of Peace 23. Peace and the Arts 24. Peace through Health? Conclusion

The Handbook of Peace and Conflict Studies will be essential reading for students of peace studies, conflict studies and conflict resolution. It will also be of interest and use to practitioners in conflict resolution and NGOs, as well as policy makers and diplomats.

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Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution Edited by Sean Byrne, University of Manitoba, Canada, Dennis J.D. Sandole, George Mason University, Washington DC, USA, Ingrid Sandole-Staroste, George Mason University, Washington DC, USA and Jessica Senehi, University of Manitoba, Canada This Handbook is a collection of works from leading scholars in the Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CAR) field, all working from their own disciplines yet cognizant of the multidisciplinary nature of that field. The central theme is the value of interdisciplinary approaches to the analysis and resolution of conflicts. This approach consists of moving from the study of analytical approaches to understanding the deep-rooted causes of conflict to third-party intervention approaches to prevent or end violence and resolve conflict. The book is divided into five main sections: • core concepts and theories • core approaches • core practices • alternative voices • imagining and building a better future. The Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution will be of great interest to students of conflict resolution, peace studies, sociology and international relations in general. It will also be of practical use to international humanitarian workers, military personnel, conflict resolution practitioners and governmental officials.

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Selected Contents: 1. Conflict Analysis and Resolution: A Multidiscipline Whose Time Has Come 2. The Three Pillar Framework (3PF): Framing Conflicts to Enhance Intervention Design 3. Inside the Analytical Social Cube Part 2: Core Concepts and Theories 4. The Role of Identity in Conflict 5. The Contribution of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Theory and Practice in Encountering Ethno-Centric Nationalism 6. Gender Relations and Conflict Transformation Among Refugees 7. Causation as a Core Concept in Conflict Analysis 8. The Challenge of Operationalizing Key Concepts in Conflict Resolution Theory 9. Identity, Morality, and Terrorism: Studies in Innocent Sacrifice 10. Early Warning Model for Identity Conflicts Part 2: Core Approaches: Conceptual and Methodological 11. Aitia, Human Agency and Interdisciplinarity: An Emergent Definition for the Social Sciences and Conflict Analysis 12. The Ethnography of Peace Education: Some Lessons Learned 13. The Constructive Conflict Approach 14. Relational Empathy in Practice: A Structured Dialogue Approach to Conflict Analysis and Resolution 15. Building Peace: Storytelling to Transform Conflicts Constructively 16. A Capacity Building Approach to Conflict Resolution 17. Gender Mainstreaming: A Valuable Tool in Conflict Analysis and Resolution 18. The Three Approaches to CAR 19. The Nexus Between Development, Conflict Analysis and Resolution 20. The Contribution of Program Evaluation to the Assessment of Conflict Resolution Initiatives 21. Conflict and Peace Studies: The Quest for Transdisciplinarity Part 3: Core Practices: Processes 22. Applying Conflict Transformation 23. Mediation Frames/Justice Games 24. A Social Psychological Approach to Conflict Resolution 25. Interactive Conflict Resolution 26. Mediation and International Conflict Resolution 27. Gendered and Ethical Dilemmas of Moving from Emergency Response to Development in ‘Failed‘ States‘ 28. Memory-retrieval and Truth Recovery: Dealing with the Past 29. Holistic Coherent Peace Processes Part 4: Alternative Voices 30. The Contribution of Indigenous People’s Studies to Conflict Analysis and Resolution 31. The Contribution of Aboriginal People’s Studies to Conflict Analysis and Resolution 32. Conflict Research and Diagnostics: Bridging Theory and Practice Part 5: Imaging and Building a Better Future 33. Building Peace Together Towards A New Shared Set of Principles for Israeli/Palestinian Peacebuilding 34. Strategies for the Prevention, Management and/or Resolution of (Ethnic) Crisis and Conflict: The Case of the Balkans 35. ‘We Will Wipe You Off the Map‘: Conflict Resolution and the Problem of Bad Intentions 36. Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation: A Critique 37. Social Cubism Revisited in Light of the Contributions 38. The Three Pillar Framework (3PF) Revisited in Light of the Contributions Epilogue: Where Do We Go From Here in Research, Theory-Building, and Practice?

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Handbook of Security Studies Edited by Victor Mauer and Myriam Dunn Cavelty, both at Center for Security Studies, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zürich, Switzerland Security studies as a sub-field of international relations has undergone significant change during the past twenty years, and is now one of the most dynamic disciplines within the field of International Relations. The Routledge Handbook of Security Studies is a comprehensive collection of cuttingedge essays on all aspects of this subject by a mix of established and up-and-coming international scholars. It identifies the key contemporary topics of research and debate today, taking into account that the study of international security has undergone dramatic changes since the end of the Cold War. Security studies now also encompasses dangers ranging from pandemics and environmental degradation to more traditional concerns about direct violence such as posed by international terrorism and inter-state armed conflict. With its focus on contemporary challenges, this Handbook offers a groundbreaking and wide-ranging collection of essays on security studies. The volume will have six parts. The first section reviews the historical roots of the field; the second looks at a wide variety of theoretical positions; the third focuses on different conceptions of security; the fourth addresses a number of contemporary security topics, including terrorism, climate change and other topical issues; the fifth analyses specific regional security issues; before the sixth examines the tools and instruments in place to counter these security challenges.

Selected Contents: Preface, Introduction Part 1: The Evolution of Security Studies 1. Security Studies from the Origins to the Revival, 1919-1989 2. Security Studies from the End of the Cold War to the 21st Century, Steve Smith Part 2: Theoretical Approaches to Security 3. Classical, Offensive and Defensive (Neo-)Realism 4. Neoliberal Institutionalism 5. Critical Theory 6. Constructivism and Securitization 7. Gender in Security Studies 8. PostStructuralism and Security Studies 9. English School Part 3: Different ‘Securities‘ 10. Security as a Contested Concept 11. Human Security vs. Societal Security 12. Homeland Security 13. Non-Western Regional Security 14. National Security, Culture, and Identity, 15. From a Threats to a Risks Paradigm Part 4: Contemporary Security Challenges 16. Old and New Wars 17. Ethnic and Religious Violence 18. The Privatization of Security 19. Terrorism 20. Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Challenge of Proliferation 21. State Failure, State Building and New Forms of Statehood 22. Migration / Immigration 23. Organized Crime, Drugs, and Human Trafficking 24. Energy Security, Robert Orttung 25. Environmental Security 26. Bio-Security 27. Cyberthreats, Center for Security Studies Part 5: Regional Security Challenges 28. China’s Rise 29. Korean Peninsula 30. India 31. Russia’s Revival 32. Middle East 33. Iran 34. Iraq 35. Afghanistan 36. IsraeliPalestinian Conflict 37. Horn of Africa 38. The Balkans 39. European Security Part 6: Confronting Security Challenges 40. Global Governance 41. Alliances 42. Coercive Diplomacy 43. Deterrence 44. Crisis Management 45. Humanitarian Intervention 46. Peace Operations

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Research, Theories and Concepts Edited by Alex Schmid, University of St Andrews, UK, Albert Jongman, PIOOM, the Interdisciplinary Research Programme on Causes of Human Rights Violations, Leiden University, the Netherlands and Eric Price, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria This book is a new edition of the most comprehensive existing reference book on political terrorism, previously published to great acclaim in 1984. It is a monumental collection of definitions, conceptual frameworks, paradigmatic formulations, and bibliographic sources, which has been revised and updated as a resource for the expanding community of researchers on the subject of terrorism. This Handbook surpasses the previous edition in both scope and importance. Handbook of Terrorism Research will be essential reading for all students of terrorism, political science and security studies, as well as policy makers and professionals in the security field. October 2008: 246x174: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-41157-8: £95.00

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Routledge Handbook of Religion & Politics Edited by Jeff Haynes, London Guildhall University, UK This Handbook provides a global survey of the interaction between religion and politics. Selected Contents: Part 1: The World Religions and Politics Buddhism. Christianity: Protestantism. Christianity: Catholicism and the Catholic Church. (Neo-)Confucianism. Hinduism. Shia Islam. Sunni Islam. Judaism. Part 2: Religion and Governance Religion and Secularisation. Religious Fundamentalisms. Church and State. Religion and Democracy. Religion and Political Parties. Religion and Civil Society. Part 3: Religion and International Relations Religion and International Relations Theory. Religion and Foreign Policy. Religious Transnational Actors. Religion and Globalisation. Part 4: Religion, Security and Development Terrorism. ‘War on Terror’. ‘The Clash of Civilisations’. Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding. Religion and Conflict. Gender. Faith-Based Development Aid. Religion and Science

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This Handbook gives readers an overview of the range and scope of international political economy scholarship by mapping the different regional schools of IPE and noting the distinctive way IPE is practised and conceptualized around the world. It examines, in a series of introductory chapters written by leading figures in each region, the evolution of IPE in the US, Canada, the UK, Asia, and Australia. These introductory chapters map out the contending approaches and key concerns that exist within each regional school. In each regional section, following the introductory chapter, the contributors tackle key areas of IPE scholarship such as trade and development, finance, and global governance/globalization. Each chapter is written by an established scholar and showcases the particular approach(es) highlighted in the region-specific introduction. Selected Contents: Introduction Mark Blyth Part 1: North American IPE 1. The Multiple Traditions of American IPE Benjamin J. Cohen 2. Realist Approaches to the IPE Jonathan Kirshner and Robert Gilpin 3. Contracting as an Approach to the IPE Alexander Cooley 4. Constructivism as an Approach to the IPE Rawi Abdelal 5. The Sociology of Globalization: Or, What Do Sociologists Bring to the IPE Table? John Campbell 6. Canadian IPE Randall Germain Part 2: British IPE 7. British IPE, the French Regulation School, and Beyond Phil Cerny 8. The Collapse of the ‘Comparative’ versus ‘International’ Political Economy Divide in the UK Ben Rosamond and Ben Clift 9. Towards a Post-disciplinary International Political Economy Ronen Palan and Angus Cameron 10. From Susan Strange to ‘Étranger’: Critical and Post-structural IPE Paul Langley Part 3: The View from Asia 11. IPE from the Bottom-Up Walden Bello 12. What the Rise of Asia Means for the Study of IPE Henry Yeung 13. Reading Adam Smith in Bejing Giovanni Arrighi Part 4: Australian IPE 14. Neither Asia nor America: Australian IPE Jason Sharman 15. A New Center?: Asia and American in the IPE John Ravenhill Part 5: Exceptions and Exemptions 16. Is There a Distinctively European IPE? Nicolas Jabko 17. Whatever Happened to the Dependistas?: Latin American IPE in an Age of Change Gabriel Palma and Stefanie Blankenberg 18. The Everyday IPE Leonard Seabrooke and John Hobson 19. Economic History and the IPE Michael Oliver. Conclusion Mark Blyth July 2008: 246x174: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-77126-9: £75.00

Providing the first comprehensive overview of Internet politics, this volume will be an invaluable companion to students and scholars of politics, international relations, communication studies and sociology. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: Institutions 2. The Internet in US Election Campaigns 3. European Political Organizations and the Internet: Mobilization, Participation and Change 4. Electoral Web Production Practices In CrossNational Perspective: The Relative Influence Of National Development, Political Culture, and Web Genre 5. Parties, Election Campaigning and the Internet: Toward A Comparative Institutional Approach 6. Technological Change and the Shifting Nature of Political Organization 7. Making Parliamentary Democracy Visible: Speaking to, With and For the Public in the Age of Interactive Technology 8. Bureaucratic Reform and E-Government in the United States: An Institutional Perspective 9. Public Management Change and e-Government: The Emergence of Digital Era Governance Part 2: Behavior 10. Wired to Fact: The Role of the Internet in Identifying Deception During the 2004 US Presidential Campaign 11. Political Engagement Online: Do the Information Rich Get Richer and the Like-Minded More Similar? 12. Information, the Internet and Direct Democracy 13. Toward Digital Citizenship: Addressing Inequality in the Information Age 14. Online News Creation and Consumption: Implications for Modern Democracies 15. Web 2.0 and the Transformation of News and Journalism Part 3: Identities 16. The Internet and the Changing Global Media Environment 17. The Virtual Sphere 2.0: The Internet, the Public Sphere and Beyond 18. Identity, Technology and Narratives: Transnational Activism and Social Networks 19. Theorizing Gender and the Internet: Past, Present, and Future 20. New Immigrants, the Internet, and Civic Society 21. One Europe, Digitally Divided 22. Working Around the State: Internet Use and Political Identity in the Arab World Part 4: Law and Policy 23. The Geopolitics of Internet Control: Censorship, Sovereignty and Cyberspace 24. Locational Surveillance: Embracing the Patterns of Our Lives 25. Metaphoric Reinforcement of the Virtual Fence: Factors Shaping the Political Economy of Property in Cyberspace 26. Globalizing the Logic of Openness: Open Source Software and the Global Governance of Intellectual Property 27. Exclusionary Rules? The Politics of Protocols 28. The New Politics of the Internet: Multistakeholder Policy Making and the Internet Technocracy 29. Enabling Effective Multistakeholder Participation in Global Internet Governance Through Accessible Cyberinfrastructure 30. Internet Diffusion and the Digital Divide: The Role of Policymaking and Political Institutions 31. Conclusion Bibliography

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Routledge Handbook of Political Management Dennis W. Johnson, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA The Routledge Handbook of Political Management is an important addition to the growing literature of political management and applied politics, a field that encompasses campaigns and elections, lobbying, government relations, grass roots politics, fund-raising, issues management, crisis management, handling the media, developing communications strategy, the use of new media as political and communication tools, political leadership, and understanding and appreciating the ethical dimensions of public life. The Handbook of Political Management is clearly grounded in political science, rather than business and marketing. There are chapters, however, devoted to the practical and theoretical linkages between political communications and political management, business marketing and political management, and political science and political management. June 2008: 246x174: 600pp Hb: 978-0-415-96225-4: £95.00

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Selected Contents: Part 1: The Field of Political Management 1. Political Consulting: From its Inception to Today, Dennis W. Johnson 2. Modern Political Campaigns in the United States, Paul Herrnson 3. Political Consulting Worldwide, Fritz Plasser 4. Political Management and Political Science, Stephen Craig 5. Political Management and Political Communications, Lynda Lee Kaid 6. Political Management and Marketing, Wojciech Cwalina, Andrzej Falkowski, and Bruce Newman Part 2: American Campaigns and Elections 7. The Permanent Campaign, David Dulio and Terri L. Towner 8. Political Management and the Technological Revolution, Stephen Medvic 9. Message Testing in the Twenty-first Century, Brian Tringali 10. The New Media in Political Campaigns: What the Future Holds, Peter Fenn 11. The Rise and Influence of ‘Monster‘ PACs, Steve Billet 12. The Promise and Futility of American Campaign Financing, Anthony Gierzynski 13. Campaigning Online, Emilienne Ireland 14. Selling the Presidency 2004: A Marketing Perspective, Nicholas J. O’Shaughnessy and Stephan Henneberg 15. What Drives the Cost of Political Advertising? Robin Kolodny and Michael Hagen 16. Running for Office: The Candidate’s Job Gets Tougher, More Complex, Ron Faucheux 17. The War of Ideas, Wedge Isues, Youth Recruitment, and Money, Kathleen Barr 18. The Religious Right in American Politics, Mark Rozell Part 3: Campaigns Worldwide 19. Television Campaigning Worldwide, Guenther Lengauer and Fritz Plasser 20. Mobile Technology and Political Participation: What the Rest of the World Can Teach America, Julie Germany and Justin Oberman 21. The Modern British Campaign, Dominic Wring 22. German Elections and Modern Campaign Techniques, Marco Althaus 23. Falafel and Apple Pie: American

Consultants, Modernization and Americanization of Electoral Campaigns in Israel, Dahlia Scheindlin and Israel Waismel 24. Russian Campaigns and Campaign Techniques, Derek Hutcheson 25. Australia and the Modern Election Campaign, Ian Ward 26. Election Campaigns in the Philippines, Louis Perron 27. Taiwan and the Emerging Asian Market, Christian Schafferer 28. Mexican 2000 Presidential Election: Long Transition or a Sudden Political Marketing Triumph? Eduardo Robledo Part 4: Lobbying and Advocacy 29. Creation of the U. S. Lobbying Industry, Conor McGrath and Phil Harris 30. Best Practices in Online Advocacy for Associations, Nonprofits, and Corporations, Brad Fitch 31. Building Constituencies for Advocacy for Associations, Nonprofits, and Corporations, Edward Grefe 32. Political Consultants, Interest Groups, and Issue Advocacy, Douglas Lathrop 33. Military and Defense Lobbying: A Case Study, Julius Hobson 34. Discoverying Our (Corporate) Grassroots: European Advocacy 2.0, Marco Althaus Part 5: Political Parties, Political Management, and Democracy 35. Campaign Consultants and Political Parties Today, Maik Bohne, Alicia Kollar Prevost, and James Thurber 36. Network Marketing and American Political Parties, Peter Ubertaccio 37. Managing a Market-Orientation in Opposition and Government: Cases in the U.K. and New Zealand, Jennifer Lees-Marshment 38. Machiavellian Marketing: Justifying the Ends and Means in Modern Politics, Phil Harris, Conor McGrath, and Irene Harris 39. The Ethics of Campaigns and Public Affairs, Candice Nelson 40. Winning Over a Cynical Public: Debate over Stem Cell and Other Biotechnologies, Bonnie Stabile and Susan Tolchin

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Handbook of Intelligence Studies

The Public Diplomacy Handbook

Edited by Loch K. Johnson, University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Edited by Nancy Snow, California State University, USA and Phillip M. Taylor, University of Leeds, UK The Public Diplomacy Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of public diplomacy and national image and perception management, from the efforts to foster pro-West sentiment during the Cold War to the post-9/11 campaign to ‘win the hearts and minds‘ of the Muslim world. Editors Nancy Snow and Philip Taylor present materials on public diplomacy trends in public opinion and cultural diplomacy as well as topical policy issues. The latest research in public relations, credibility, soft power, advertising, and marketing is included and institutional processes and players are identified and analyzed. While the field is dominated by American and British research and developments, the book also includes international research and comparative perspectives from other countries. Selected Contents: Introduction: The Revival of Public Diplomacy (Snow and Taylor) Part 1: The Context of Public Diplomacy 1. Public Diplomacy: The Use, Re-Use and Abuse of a Term 2. Public Diplomacy and the Discourse of Grand Strategy 3. Public Diplomacy and Public Opinion 4. Cultural Diplomacy 5. International Exchange Programs 6. Arts and Public Diplomacy Part 2: Public Diplomacy Applications 7. Operationalizing Public Diplomacy 8. Becoming the Enemy and How Not To: Public Diplomacy in War and Peace 9. TakeOffs and Landings: The Proactive and Reactive in PD 10. Public Diplomacy and Propaganda 11. Communication Paradigms of Strategic Public Diplomacy 12. Social Psychology and Public Diplomacy Part 3: Public Diplomacy Management: Image, Influence and Persuasion 13. Strategic Use of Influence in Public Diplomacy 14. Credibility and Public Diplomacy 15. Public Diplomacy, Culture and Universal Influentials Part 4: State and Non-State Actors in Public Diplomacy 16. Business and Public Diplomacy 17. The Public Diplomat 18. Public Diplomacy as Diplomatic Dialogue 19. Pillars of Public Diplomacy: Image Management by State 20. Public Diplomacy and Military Public Affairs 21. Public Diplomacy as If People Mattered by Nancy Snow Part 5: Global Approaches to Public Diplomacy 22. Public Diplomacy in the United Kingdom 23. German Public Diplomacy 24. Spanish Public Diplomacy 25. Japanese Public Diplomacy 26. Chinese Public Diplomacy: Beijing Olympics and Beyond 27. Chinese Public Diplomacy and the Press 28. Central European Public Diplomacy 29. Public Diplomacy from An Arab Perspective Part 6: Advancing Public Diplomacy Studies 30. Globalization and Public Diplomacy 31. Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communications 32. Ethics and Social Issues in Public Diplomacy 33. Noopolitik: A New Paradigm for Public Diplomacy

This topical volume offers a comprehensive review of secret intelligence organizations and activities. Intelligence has been in the news consistently since 9/11 and the Iraqi WMD errors. Leading experts in the field approach the three major missions of intelligence: collectionand-analysis; covert action; and counterintelligence. Within each of these missions, the dynamically written essays dissect the so-called intelligence cycle to reveal the challenges of gathering and assessing information from around the world. The Handbook of Intelligence Studies is a benchmark publication with major importance both for current research and for the future of the field. It is essential reading for advanced undergraduates, graduate students and scholars of intelligence studies, international security, strategic studies and political science in general. 2006: 246x174: 388pp Hb: 978-0-415-77050-7: £100.00

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Advancing Social Justice Through Clinical Practice Edited by Etiony Aldarondo, University of Miami, USA There is a healthy development in the human service professions these days. At community clinics, private practices, and universities around the country, mental health professionals and service providers are working with increased awareness of the toxic effects of social inequities in the lives of people they aim to help. Quietly, by acting out their beliefs on justice and equality, clinicians are redressing the balance between professing our craft as clinicians and professing our humanity as citizens. Advancing Social Justice Through Clinical Practice is a comprehensive volume that bridges the gap between the psychosocial realities of clients and the dominant clinical practices. It offers an array of conceptual and practical innovations to address both individual suffering and social inequities fueling this suffering. This is an empowering tool and a must read for mental health professionals. The accessible writing style also makes it ideal for teachers and students in the field. The book opens with a discussion of the historical, ethical, and experiential foundations for the development of social justice-based practice. Parts 2 and 3 present conceptual frameworks, strategies, and techniques used by social justice oriented practitioners. The final section discusses various ways to develop the skills and competencies required of mental health professionals aspiring to be both agents of individual and social transformation. Filled with hope, critical analysis, and uncommon clinical wisdom, this is a book like no other in the field. March 2007: 246x174: 520pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5517-3: £80.95 Pb: 978-0-8058-5518-0: £33.95

Selected Contents: Part 1: Steps Toward a Social Justice Therapeutic Practice Albee Rekindling the Reformist Spirit in the Mental Health Professions Aldarondo Counseling for Wellness and Justice: Foundations and Ethical Dilemmas Prilleltensky, Dokecki, Frieden, Wang Lessons Learned in the Integration of Social Justice Concerns Into Clinical Practice Gerber Part 2: Liberating Visions of Clinical Practice Radical Psychiatry: An Approach to Personal and Political Change Roy Ethnopolitical Psychology: Healing and Transformation Comas-Diaz Gay and Lesbian Couples in Therapy: A Social Justice Perspective Green Risk Reduction and the Politics of Social Justice in Mental Health Care Packman Social Justice Based Therapy: Critical Consciousness, Accountability, and Empowerment Almeida, DelVecchio, Parker Narrative Therapy, Culture, and Social Justice Kamya Part 3: Community Building for Wellness and Justice Family-Centered Community Building: The Families and Democracy Project Doherty, Carroll The Practice of Community Family Therapy Rojano Applying Feminist Theory to Community Practice: A Multi-Level Empowerment Intervention for Low-Income Women With Depression Goodman, Bohlig, Weintraub, Green, Walker Towards a Community Psychology of Liberation Perilla, Lavizzo, Ibanez Striving for Social Justice Through Interprofessional UniversitySchool Collaboration Kenny, Sparks, Jackson The Psychology of Working and the Advancement of Social Justice Blustein, Perry, Kenna, DeWine Mental Health Policy and Social Justice Ackerson, Korr Part 4: Teaching and Training for Social Action Prevention, Outreach, and Advocacy Strategies: Integrating Social Action Roles in Professional Training Vera, Speight Towards an Emancipatory-Communitarian Approach to Psychology Training McWhirter, McWhirter Grounding Clinical Training and Supervision in an Empowerment Model McWhirter, McWhirter Applying Principles of Multicultural Competencies, Social Justice, and Leadership in Training and Supervision Arredondo, Rosen Educating for Social Change in the Human Service Professions Reeser

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Handbook of Child and Adolescent Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Edited by Eric Storch, Gary Geffken and Tanya Murphy, all at University of Florida, USA Previously considered a rare condition among children and adolescents, recent research on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has indicated an increased prevalence among this age group, insofar as it is now considered one of the most common of all psychiatric illnesses affecting youth. Handbook of Child and Adolescent Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is the definitive book on OCD in children and adolescents. It provides a comprehensive review of the existing literature on paediatric OCD, and is a welcome contribution to the extant literature, which otherwise lacks a text detailing the state of knowledge in this area. Emphasizing developments made in recent years, this new volume serves to disseminate information regarding effective treatments, etiology, and accurate assessment, and guides practitioners to formulate new questions that will further elucidate this condition. Selected Contents: Contents: Foreword. ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder: A Historical Overview. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Diagnosis, Comorbidity, and Developmental Factors. Obsessive Compulsive Spectrum Disorders. Assessment of Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Psychological Theories of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Neurobiology, Neuropsychology, and Neuroimaging of Child and Adolescent Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated With Streptococcal Infections. Genetics of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Evidence From Pediatric and Adult Studies. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Pediatric ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder. Psychopharmacology of Pediatric Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Clinical Challenges in the Treatment of Pediatric OCD. Family Based Treatment of Early Onset Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. The Function of the Family in Childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Family Interactions and Accommodation. School Issues in Children With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder the Primary Care Setting. January 2007: 234x156: 432pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5766-5: £71.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-6254-6: £45.00

Learning Forensic Assessment Edited by Rebecca Jackson, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, USA Series: International Perspectives on Forensic Mental Health Providing an excellent resource for forensic psychology undergraduate students, this book, unlike other books in the area that are topic specific, offers students the opportunity to learn from experts – through the collection of outstanding articles as well as giving them comprehensive coverage of the subject. Divided into five broad topic areas, it covers: • professional issues • juvenile assessment • criminal forensic assessment • civil forensic assessment • pervasive issues – malingering and psychopathy. Written by a group of internationally renowned contributors and including didactic information as well as providing discussions on practical issues regarding assessment and assessment instruments, this textbook will be invaluable reading for all students of forensic psychology. Selected Contents: Part 1: Professional and Practice Issues 1. Training in Forensic Assessment and Intervention: Implications for Principles-Based Models 2. Accessing and Understanding the Legal Literature 3. Ethical/Legal Issues in Forensic Practice Part 2: Adult Forensic Assessment 4. Competency to Stand Trial 5. Insanity Evaluations 6. The Clinical Assessment of Psychopathy 7. Violence Risk Assessment 8. Evaluations for the Civil Commitment of Sex Offenders 9. Forensic Psychology Evaluations at Capital Sentencing 10. Competency for Execution Part 3: Juvenile Forensic Assessment 11. The Capacity of Juveniles to Understand and Waive Arrest Rights 12. Assessing Adolescents’ Adjudicative Competence 13. Transfer to Adult Court 14. Assessing Child and Adolescent Psychopathy 15. Assessing Risk for Violence in Adolescents Part 4: Civil Forensic Assessment 16. Child Custody Evaluations 17. Insurance and Social Security Disability Evaluations 18. Personal Injury Evaluations 19. Civil Commitment Evaluations Part 5: Communicating Your Findings 20. Writing Forensic Psychological Reports 21. Testifying in Court: Evidence-Based Recommendations for Expert-Witness Testimony

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Handbook of Multicultural School Psychology An Interdisciplinary Perspective Edited by Giselle B. Esquivel, Fordham University, New York, USA, Emilia C. Lopez and Sara G. Nahari, Both at City University of New York/Queens College, USA This comprehensive Handbook offers a beautifully balanced view of the emerging field of multicultural school psychology. The opening section provides an historical overview of how the field has developed, and succeeding sections discuss multicultural issues related to consultation, instructional interventions, alternative assessment, academic assessment, vocational assessment, culturally sensitive counseling models, and working with families and special populations. Theory, research, and practice are integrated throughout. This Handbook is appropriate for graduate courses and seminars dealing with multicultural school psychology. It is also a useful reference for researchers and practicing school psychologists and the libraries serving them. March 2007: 246x174: 776pp Hb: 978-0-8058-4561-7: £110.50 Pb: 978-0-8058-4562-4: £47.95

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Selected Contents: Foreword S. Rosenfield Part 1: A Multicultural Framework A Historial Review of the Development of Multicultural School Psychology G.B. Esquivel, T.M. Warren, S. Littman Professional Standards, Guidelines, and Ethical Issues Within a Multicultural Context J.H. Sandoval Multicultural Competencies and Training in School Psychology: Issues, Approaches, and Future Directions E.C. Lopez, M.R. Rogers Part 2: Multicultural Consultation Instructional Consultation With English Language Learning Students E.C. Lopez, L.A. Truesdell Focusing on Consultees in Multicultural Consultation C.L. Ingraham Consulting With Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Parents S. Nahari, D. Martines, G. Marquez Systemic Consultation in a Multilingual Setting A.M. Harris Part 3: Instructional and Classroom Interventions Implementing Culturally Sensitive Interventions in Classroom Settings K.C. Harris, B.C. Goldstein Multicultural Education Practices A. Reyes-Carrasquillo Bilingual Education Practices N. Cloud Integrating English Language Learning Students in General Education S.H. Fradd Part 4: Multicultural and Bilingual Assessment Assessing Oral and Written Language Proficiency: A Guide for Psychologists and Teachers M. Gottlieb, E. Hamayan Cognitive Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students E. Vazquez-Nuttall, C. Li, C. Armengol, K. Phoenix, J. Walton, D. Nelson, C. Hanley Personality and Behavioral Assessment: Considerations for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Individuals S.W. Kohn, D. Conti, G.B. Esquivel Neuropsychological Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children: A Review of Relevant Issues and Appropriate Methods L.B. Kestemberg, M.T. Silverman, M.R. Emmons Vocational Assessment M. Jackson, J.W. Mendelson, M. Rotenberg G.V. Oades-Sese, Assessment of Acculturation C. Collier, A.E. Brice Academic Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students D. Martines, O. RodriguezSrednicki Part 5: Multicultural Therapeutic Interventions Counseling Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children and

Youth: A Self-Regulatory Approach J.N. Fuertes, V.C. Alfonso, J.T. Shultz Multicultural Vocational Interventions With Diverse Adolescents in Low-Income Urban Schools M.A. Jackson, J.P. Rust, N.D. Santiago Part 6: Special Populations Identifying Gifted and Talented Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children and Adolescents G.V. Oades-Sese, G.B. Esquivel, C. Añon Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Gifted and Talented Students Through a DualLanguage, Multicultural Curriculum E.M. Bernal Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Preschool Children G. Elizalde-Utnick Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children and Youth With Low Incidence Disabilities C.A. Michaels, S. Nahari Working With Migrant Children and Their Families M. Clare, G. Garcia Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children and Youth With Learning Disabilities J. Silverstein, C. Zhang Culturally and Linguistically Diverse College Age Students J. Kaufman, J. Sanchez Bridging Cultures With Parent Conferences: Implications for School Psychology E. Trumbull, P.M. Greenfield, C. Rothstein-Fisch, B. Quiroz Part 7: Future Perspectives Directions for Future Research: A Research Agenda for Multicultural Issues in Education, Assessment, and Intervention A. Bursztyn Future Directions for Practitioners, Trainers, and Researchers: Interdisciplinary Perspectives A. Bursztyn Bilingual Special Education Commentary: The Education of English Language L. Baca Learners With Special Needs: The Challenge for School Psychologists L. Baca Counseling Psychology Commentary: Counseling Strategies to Embrace Diversity and Eliminate Racism in Schools C.R. Ridley, S.M. Kelly Clinical Psychology Commentary: Multicultural Lessons Learned From Clinical Psychology and Implications for School Psychology S. Sue Social Psychology Commentary: Social Psychology in the Multicultural Classroom H. Takooshian, T.R. Grimes Organizational Psychology Commentary: Reorganizing Student Supports to Enhance Equity H. Adelman, L. Taylor

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The Counselor‘s Companion What Every Beginning Counselor Needs to Know Edited by Jocelyn Gregoire, and Christin Jungers, both at Duquesne University, USA ‘An opulent one volume encyclopedia of everything in counseling!‘ – Tom Skovholt, PhD, Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota ‘I can think of no other book that offers the breadth and depth of coverage. It should be adopted as a standard text for all counselor training programs.‘ – Nicholas Ladany, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Education and Human Services, Lehigh University Students and recent graduates of counseling and human services programs will consider The Counselor’s Companion an indispensible tool to enhance professional practice, knowledge, and skill. The text is a reference-style resource that provides new counselors with a way to bridge the gap between what they learned in the classroom and the challenges they will meet in their practice. Beginning counselors will find concise answers to common questions that will likely arise in the course of their professional development and a reliable reference “companion” as they embark on their careers in the profession. This volume features contributions from counselor educators and professionals in the field, guided largely by the corecurriculum of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Program (CACREP). Information is presented in brief form, making the main points of each section concise, clear, visible, and easily accessible. Readers are also introduced to cutting-edge areas of research.

Selected Contents: Part 1: What Are the Primary Roles and Responsibilities of the Professional Counselor? On Being a Professional Counselor. The Demands and Obligations of Ethical Counseling. The Legal Intrigues of Counseling Practice. Multicultural Intricacies in Professional Counseling. Supervision, an Essential for Professional Development. Collaborative Supervision for the Novice Supervisor. Part 2: What Are the Essential Elements of Counseling With Which All Counselors Must be Familiar? Understanding Human Growth and Development. Counseling Across the Lifespan. Major Forces Behind Counseling Approaches. Individual and Social Aspects of the Helping Relationship. The Cultural Kaleidoscope: Eyeing Diverse Populations. Approaches to Group Work. Fundamentals of Group Work. Multicultural Components of Group Work. Counseling in the World of Work. Multicultural Issues in Career and Lifestyle Counseling. Fundamentals of School Counseling. Approaches to Family Counseling. Understanding and Assessing Psychopathology. Part 3: What Are the Fundamental Components of Appraisal and Research That New Counselors Should Use in Their Practice? Foundations of Measurement and Psychometrics. Testing and Assessment in Counseling Practice. Quantitative Research Designs. Fundamentals of Qualitative Research. Part 4: What Are the Special Topics and Important Trends That Counselors May Encounter? A Look at Consultation. Crisis Intervention in Counseling. Addictions Counseling. EcologicalTransactional and Motivational Perspectives in Counseling. Neuroscience in Psychotherapeutic Practices. Developmental Counseling and Therapy. Counseling for Wellness. Spirituality and Pastoral Counseling Practices. Appendix A: Preparing for the National Counselor Exam. Appendix B: Your Online Companion in Electronic Case Management: An Introduction to Penelope Software. Appendix C: Helps, Hints, and FAQs About Working in a Managed Care Environment.

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PSYCHOLOGY The Handbook of Aging and Cognition 3rd Edition Edited by Fergus I. M. Craik, University of Toronto and Rotman Research Institute, Canada and Timothy A. Salthouse, University of Virginia, USA ‘The book is well-planned and consistently well-written by some of the most active and highly regarded researchers in the field, and promises to serve as a valuable reference source for many years to come.‘ – Human Development Cognitive aging is a flourishing area of research. A significant amount of new data, a number of new theoretical notions, and many new research issues have been generated in the past ten years. This new edition reviews new findings and theories, enables the reader to assess where the field is today, and evaluates its points of growth. The chapters are organized to run from reviews of current work on neuroimaging, neuropsychology, genetics and the concept of brain reserve, through the ‘mainstream‘ topics of attention, memory, knowledge and language, to a consideration of individual differences and of cognitive aging in a lifespan context. This edition continues to feature the broad range of its predecessors, while also providing critical assessments of current theories and findings. Selected Contents: Preface. N.A. Dennis, R. Cabeza, Neuroimaging of Healthy Cognitive Aging. M. McGue, W. Johnson, Genetics of Cognitive Aging. M.S. Albert, The Neuropsychology of the Development of Alzheimer‘s Disease. H. Christensen, K.J. Anstey, L.S. Leach, A. Mackinnon, Intelligence, Education and the Brain Reserve Hypothesis. A.F. Kramer, D.J. Madden, Attention. M.A. McDaniel, G.O. Einstein, L.L. Jacoby, New Considerations in Aging and Memory: The Glass May Be Half Full. T.S. Braver, R. West, Working Memory, Executive Control and Aging. D.M. Burke, M.A. Shafto, Language and Aging. P.L. Ackerman, Knowledge and Cognitive Aging. D.F. Hultsch, E. Strauss, M.A. Hunter, S.W.S. MacDonald, Intraindividual Variability, Cognition, and Aging. F.I.M. Craik, E. Bialystok, Lifespan Cognitive Development: The Roles of Representation and Control. October 2007: 234x156: 672pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5990-4: £67.50

The Handbook of Eyewitness Psychology: Volume II Memory for People Edited by R. C. L. Lindsay, Queen‘s University, Canada, David F. Ross, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA, J. Don Read, Simon Fraser University, Canada, and Michael P. Toglia, State University of New York/College at Cortland, USA The Handbook of Eyewitness Psychology Volume II presents a survey of research and legal opinions from international experts on the rapidly expanding scientific literature addressing the accuracy and limitations of eyewitnesses as a source of evidence for the courts.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Finding Suspects. Person Descriptions as Eyewitness Evidence. Mug Books: More than Just Large Photospreads. Facial Composites: Forensic Utility and Psychological Research Part 2: Identifying Suspects: System Variables. Remembering Faces. The Psychology of Speaker Identification and Earwitness Memory. Show-up Identifications: Suggestive Technique or Reliable Method? Lineup Construction and Lineup Fairness. Radical Alternatives to Traditional Lineups. A Role for Theory in Eyewitness Identification Research. Applied Lineup Theory Part 3: Identifying Suspects: Estimator Variables. The Influence of Race on Eyewitness Memory. Person Description and Identification by Child Witnesses. Eyewitness Memory in Young and Older Adults. Remembering and Identifying Menacing Perpetrators: Exposure to Violence and the Weapon Focus Effect. The Effects of Delay on Eyewitness Identification Accuracy: Should we be Concerned? Eyewitness Confidence and the Confidence-accuracy Relationship in Memory for People. Distinguishing Accurate Identifications from Erroneous Ones: Post-dictive Indicators of Eyewitness Accuracy Part 4: Belief of Eyewitness Identification. Has Eyewitness Research Penetrated the American Legal System? Belief of Eyewitness Identification Evidence Part 5: Applying Psychological Research to Legal Practice. Generalizing Eyewitness Reliability Research. Mistaken Identification: Erroneous Convictions? - Assessing and Improving Legal Safeguards. Giving Away Psychology to Lawyers

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The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment

In The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment, editors Gacono and Evans underscore the unique contribution the Rorschach makes to forensic practice. The chapters, all of which include the expertise of a licensed practicing forensic psychologist, offer a systematic approach to personality assessment when presenting use of the Rorschach in specific forensic contexts. The book opens with essential information related to the scientific and legal basis of the Rorschach. This section covers fundamental elements for preparing informed court testimony, including admissibility of the Rorschach, the authority of the Rorschach, Rorschach assessment of malingering and defensive response, and presenting and defending Rorschach testimony. Part 1 addresses models for using the Rorschach in typical forensic evaluations in both criminal and civil cases. The section to follow presents updated reference samples for various forensic populations. Gacono and Evans conclude with useful models for the Rorschach use in specialized areas of forensic practice, such as battered women, immigration court assessment, assessing impaired professionals, and working within the field of police psychology. The Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment is a comprehensive resource designed to guide psychologists in their forensic practice. October 2007: 246x174: 648pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5823-5: £44.95

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Selected Contents: Preface/Introduction. Part 1: Scientific and Legal Foundations Essential Issues in the Forensic Use of the Rorschach Gacono, Evans, Viglione An Overview of Rorschach Psychometrics for Forensic Practice Viglione, Meyer Admissibility of the Rorschach. Meloy, The Authority of the Rorschach: An Update McCann, Evans Rorschach Assessment of Malingering and Defensive Response Sets Ganellen Presenting and Defending Rorschach Testimony Weiner Part 2: Forensic Applications Trial Competency Gray, Acklin The Rorschach Test and Forensic Psychological Evaluation: Psychosis and the Insanity Defense Acklin Dangerous Risk Assessment Gray, Meloy, Jumes Death Penalty & Mitigation Kaser-Boyd Use of the Rorschach in Forensic Treatment Planning Gacono, Jumes, Gray The Rorschach in Child Custody and Parent Planning Evaluations: A New Conceptualization Evans, Schutz Rorschach Assessment of Psychological Trauma Kaser-Boyd, Evans Rorschach Assessment in Tort and Employment Litigation Smith The Rorschach in Fitness for Duty Evaluations Gormally Part 3: Forensic Reference Groups The Rorschach and Antisocial Personality Disorder Gacono, Gacono, Evans A Rorschach Understanding of Antisocial and Psychopathic Women Cunliffe, Gacono A Rorschach Understanding of Psychopaths, Sexual Homicide Perpetrators, and Nonviolent Pedophiles Gacono, Meloy, Bridges Inmates in Prison Psychiatric Treatment: A Multimethod Description Young, Erdberg, Justice Some Considerations for the Rorschach Assessment of Forensic Psychiatric Outpatients Gacono, Gacono Child Custody Litigants: Rorschach Data From a Large Sample Singer, Hoppe, Lee, Olesen, Walters Part 4: Special Topics Battered Women‘s Syndrome: Assessment-Based Expert Testimony Kaser-Boyd The Rorschach and Immigration Evaluations Evans The Use of the Rorschach in Professional Fitness to Practice Evaluations Stacey, Graham, Athey The Use of the Rorschach in Police Psychology: Some Preliminary Thoughts Weiss, Weiss, Gacono The Rorschach Assessment of Aggression: The Rorschach Extended Aggression Scores Gacono, Gacono, Meloy, Baity Multi-Method Assessment as a Forensic Standard Erdberg Appendix A: Three Critiques of “What’s Wrong With the Rorschach?” Martin, Gacono, Evans, Meloy

Edited by Carl B. Gacono, Austin, Texas, USA and F. Barton Evans, Bozeman, Montana, USA

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PSYCHOLOGY Forensic Uses of Clinical Assessment Instruments

The Clinical Assessment of Children and Adolescents

Edited by Robert P. Archer, Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA

A Practitioner‘s Handbook

2006: 246x174: 384pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5519-7: £36.95

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Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research Edited by Sandra L. Hofferth, University of Maryland, USA and Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California, USA

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Edited by Gerard Mannion, Liverpool Hope University, UK and Lewis S. Mudge, San Francisco Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union, USA The nature and story of the Christian church is immensely important to theology students and scholars alike. Written by an international team of distinguished scholars, this comprehensive book introduces students to the fundamental historical, systematic, moral and ecclesiological aspects of the study of the church, as well as serving as a resource for scholars engaging in ecclesiological debates on a wide

Edited by Bryan Turner, University of Cambridge, UK and National University of Singapore The Handbook offers students clear and informed chapters on the history of globalization and key theories that have considered the causes and consequences of the globalization process. There are substantive sections looking at military, economic, technological, social and cultural changes in globalization.

variety of issues.

The Handbook examines many negative aspects - new wars, slavery, illegal migration, pollution and inequality - but concludes with an examination of responses to these problems through human rights organizations, international labour law and the growth of cosmopolitanism. There is a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity with essays covering sociology, economics, politics, anthropology and history.

Authoritative, accessible and easily navigable, this book is indispensable for everyone interested in the nature and history of the Christian Church.

The Handbook written in a clear and direct style will appeal to a wide audience. The extensive references and sources will direct students to areas of further study.

Selected Contents: Introduction: Ecclesiology – The Nature, Story and Study of the Church Part 1: Historical Ecclesiology 1. In Search of the Early ‘Church’: The New Testament and the Development of Christian Communities 2. The Church in the Early Christian Centuries - Ecclesiological Consolidation 3. The Church in Medieval Theology 4. Ecclesiology and the Religious Controversy of the Sixteenth Century 5. The Church in the Tridentine and Early Modern Eras 6. The Church in Modern Theology 7. Postmodern Ecclesiologies Part 2: Ecclesiological ‘Traditions’ 8. Ecclesiology in the Orthodox Tradition 9. Lutheran Ecclesiology 10. Reformed Ecclesiology 11. Anglican Ecclesiology 12. Non-Conformist Ecclesiologies 13. Roman Catholic Ecclesiology 14. Sectarian Ecclesiology and New Religious Movements Part 3: Global Perspectives 15. The Church in an Asian Perspective 16. Earth, Water, Fire and Wind: Elements of African Ecclesiologies 17. The Church in a Latin-American Perspective 18. The Church in a NorthAmerican Perspective 19. The Church in an Oceanic Perspective 20. The Church in a European Perspective Part 4: Methods and Debates 21. Comparative Ecclesiology 22. Ecclesiology and Ecumenism 23. Liberation Ecclesiology 24. Black Ecclesiologies 25. Feminist Ecclesiology 26. Ecclesiology and Religious Pluralism Part 5: Concepts and Themes 27. Authority 28. Laity 29. Magisterium 30. Governance 31. Ministry 32. The Sensus Fidelium 33. Hermeneutics and Ecclesiology 34. Doctrine and Ecclesiology 35. Ethics and Ecclesiology 36. Ecclesiology and World Mission/Missio Dei Part 6: The Church in a TransDisciplinary Context 37. Ecclesiology and the Social Sciences 38. Ecclesiology and Philosophy

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Selected Contents: Re-conceptualisating Youth and Young Adulthood 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The Problem of Generation 1.3 The Relevance of Transition in Late Modernity 1.4 Mechanisms of Social Reproduction 1.5 Models of Navigation and Life Management 1.6 The Emergence of Young Adulthood 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Social Class and Social Status 2.3 New Masculinities and Femininities 2.4 'Race' and Ethnicity 2.5 Spatial Dimensions of Experience 2.6 Human and Social Capital 2.7 Disability and Exclusion 2.8 Refugees and Asylum Seekers Education 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Educating for Late Modernity 3.3 Subjective Orientations to Education 3.4 Vocationalism 3.5 Systems of Education and Transitions 3.6 Mass Higher Education 3.7 Non-formal Education/Youth Work Labour Markets 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Changing Experiences of Work 4.3 Unemployment, Marginalisation and Exclusion 4.4 Precarious and Informal Work (McJobs) 4.5 NEETS, Freeters and the New Periphery 4.6 Young Entrepreneurs 4.7 Employment in Emerging Economies 4.8 Dependency and Family Relations 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Leaving Home 5.3 New living Arrangements 5.4 Extended Family Support and Intergenerational Resource Transfer 5.5 Teenage Parents 5.6 Transitions From Care and Homelessness 5.7 Hikikamori (Social withdrawal) Youth Culture and Lifestyles 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Leisure Activities, Place and Identity 6.3 Consumption 6.4 Music 6.5 Drugs and Alcohol 6.6 Fashion/Style 6.7 Night Time Economy 6.8 The Digital Generation: New Communications Civic Engagement and Disengagement 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Community Participation & Civic Engagement 7.3 Politics and Citizenship 7.4 Trade Unionism 7.5 Participation and Single Issue Politics 7.6 Civil Disorder and Inner City 'Riots' 7.7 Youth and Armed Conflict Physical and Mental Health 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Health and Health Related Behaviours 8.3 HIV/AIDS, STIs and Sexual Health 8.4 Resilience, Self Esteem, Well-being 8.5 Suicide, Parasuicide and Self Harm Identities, Values and Beliefs 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Contructing Identities 9.3 Values and Beliefs 9.4 Aspirations 9.5 The New Work Ethic 9.6 Sexual Attitudes and Values 9.7 Religious/Moral Attitudes and Values 9.6 Crime/Deviance 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Involvement in Crime 10.3 Anti-social Behaviour 10.4 Gangs 10.5 Victimisation 10.6 Punishment 10.7 Routes Out of Crime

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Handbook of Genetics & Society

Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology

Edited by Paul Atkinson, Peter Glasner, both at Cardiff University, UK and Margaret Lock, McGill University, Canada

Edited by Massimiano Bucchi, University of Trento, Italy and Brian Trench, Dublin City University, Ireland

Series: Genetics and Society This Handbook contains the most comprehensive discussion of the social, political and economic consequences and implications of the new bio-sciences. It includes case studies from the USA, Australia, South-East Asia and Europe which are complemented by comparative international and developing country perspectives. The general editors have enlisted the support of a prestigious panel of consultant editors. All contributors have been selected by the editors as authorities in their particular fields and are drawn from the international scholarly community. The Handbook takes an interdisciplinary approach and addresses cross-cutting themes in contemporary social sciences research on genetics and genomics. It consists of seven sections, each with an introduction written by an internationally renowned section editor. Each section will contain six commissioned chapters. Selected Contents: General Introduction Section 1: Biomedical applications of new genetic technologies Introduction 1. The Biomedicalisation of Health and Identity 2. Cloning, Tissue Engineering and Enhancement 3. Reproductive Genetics, Diagnosis, Therapy, Risk 4. From Local Biologies to Biosocial Assemblages – Translating Genetics Testing and Screening 5. Nutrigenomics Section 2: Commercialisation Introduction 6. Making Europe Unsafe for Agbiotech 7. Insurance, Property and Privacy 8. On a Critical Path: Genomics, the Crisis of Pharmaceutical Productivity and the Search for Sustainability 9. Technology Transfer Section 3: Representations Introduction 10. Stakeholder Representations and Rhetorics 11. Media Representations and Genomics 12. Cultural Imaginaries and Laboratories of the Real: Representing the Genetic Sciences 13. Genes In Our Knot Section 4: Regulation Introduction 14. Law and regulation 15. Crime and Forensics 16. Biopolitics, Government and Health; Regulating Contemporary Populations 17. BioBanking Section 5: BioEthics Introduction 18. Rethinking Privacy in the Genetics Age 19. Bioethics and Human Genetic Engineering 20. Ethical Perspectives on Animal Biotechnology 21. Towards a Bioethics of Disability and Impairment Section 6: Diversity and Justice Introduction 22. Faithful Genes: Nationhood, Religion, Ethics and the New Biosciences 23. Human Diversity 24. Eugenics 25. Human Dignity and Biotechnology Policy Section 7: New forms of knowledge production Introduction 26. Knowledge Economy and Bio-sciences 27. Innovative Genetic Technologies 28. Genomic Platforms and Hybrid Formations

Comprehensive yet accessible, this key Handbook provides an up-to-date overview of the fast growing and increasingly important area of ‘public communication of science and technology’, from both research and practical perspectives. As well as introducing the main issues, arenas and professional perspectives involved, it presents the findings of earlier research and the conclusions previously drawn. Unlike most existing books on this topic, this unique volume couples an overview of the practical problems faced by practitioners with a thorough review of relevant literature and research. The practical handbook format ensures it is a studentfriendly resource, but its breadth of scope and impressive contributors means that it is also ideal for practitioners and professionals working in the field. Combining the contributions of different disciplines (media and journalism studies, sociology and history of science), the perspectives of different geographical and cultural contexts, and by selecting key contributions from appropriate and well-respected authors, this original text provides an interdisciplinary as well as a global approach to public communication of science and technology. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Popular Science Books 2. Science Journalism 3. Science Museums and Science Centers 4. Cinematic Science 5. Of Deficits, Deviations and Dialogues: Theories of Public Communication of Science 6. Health Campaign Research 7. Genetics and Genomics: The Ethics and Politics of Metaphorical Framing 8. Survey Research and the Public Understanding of Science 9. Scientists as Public Experts 10. Public Relations in Science: Managing the Trust Portfolio 11. Environmental Groups and other NGOs as Science Communicators 12. Public Participation and Dialogue 13. Internet: Turning Science Communication Inside-Out 14. Risk, Science and Public Communication: Third-Order Thinking about Scientific Culture 15. Public Communication of Science and Technology in Developing Countries 16. Communicating the Social Sciences 17. Evaluating Public Communication of Science and Technology April 2008: 246x174: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-38617-3: £95.00

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Handbook of Business Interest Associations, Firm Size and Governance A Comparative Analytical Approach Edited by Franz Traxler, University of Vienna, Austria and Gerhard Huemer, European Association of Craft Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (UEAPME), Belgium This Handbook presents a theory of Business Interest Associations and fifteen empirical country by country case studies in the EU. The book is organized into three main parts. Part 1 develops a theory of business associations which centres on firm size as the key explanatory variable. Part 2 consists of country studies covering the EU-15, which are written along strictly comparable lines of analysis. Part 3 contains the crossnationally comparative analysis. The book will make essential reading for researchers working in organization studies, industrial relations, industrial sociology and political science, as well as practioners in related fields. Selected Contents: Introduction. The Theoretical and Methodological Framework of Analysis. Austria. Belgium. Denmark. Finland. France. Germany. Greece. Ireland. Italy. Luxembourg. Netherlands. Portugal. Spain. Sweden. United Kingdom. Small Firms and Three Roads to Associational Action. Business Interest Associations, Firm Size and Governance: The Crossnational Comparison May 2007: 234x156: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-42466-0: £135.00

Handbook of Quality of Life in the Enlarged European Union Edited by Jens Alber, Free University, Berlin, Germany, Tony Fahey, The Economic & Social Research Institute, Dublin, Ireland and Chiara Saraceno, University of Turin, Italy This is a comparative Handbook and analysis of the social conditions and institutional contexts in the ‘new‘ and ‘old‘ member states of the enlarged EU- 28. Selected Contents: Editors‘ Introduction: The New Member States Before and After Accession Part 1: Fertility, Families and Households 1. Fertility Patterns and Aspirations in Europe Tony Fahey 2. Patterns of Family Living in Europe Chiara Saraceno 3. Is There a Generational Cleavage in Europe? Inter-Generational Patterns in the Perception of Pensions and Elderly Care Wolfgang Keck, Agnes Blome, and Jens Alber 4. Family Policies in the Enlarged European Union Thomas Bahle Part 2: Employment and Working Conditions 5. Employment Patterns in the Enlarged European Union Jens Alber 6. Working Conditions Claire Wallace and Florian Pichler 7. Regulation of Labour Markets in Europe Jelle Visser Part 3: Material Living Conditions 8. Poverty and Social Exclusion in an Enlarged Europe Christopher T. Whelan and Bertrand Maitre 9. Minimum Income Policies in Old and New Member States Bea Cantillon 10. Housing Conditions and Their Perception: The Paradox of Housing Henryk Domanski 11. Housing Policies and Institutional Drivers of Housing Inequalities Michelle Norris Part 4: Social Capital and Social Cohesion 12. Patterns of Sociability in the Enlarged Europe Manuela Olagnero and Paola Torrioni 13. Feeling Left Out: Patterns of Social Integration and Exclusion Petra Böhnke 14. Conflicts and Threats to Social Cohesion in New and Old Member States Jan Delhey and Wolfgang Keck Part 5: Processes of Europeanization 15. Patterns of Cross-Border Migration Hubert Krieger 16. Where we Stand in Europe: An Europeanization of Reference Groups for Social Comparisons? Jan Delhey and Ulrich Kohler 17. Conclusions: Similarities and Differences of Living Conditions: Does Europe Grow Together? The Editors 18. Methodological Appendix: A Quality Assessment of Different European Surveys: Towards an Open Method of Coordination for Survey Data Ulrich Kohler

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Handbook of the New Sexuality Studies

Routledge Companion to Sports History

Edited by Steven Seidman, State University of New York, USA, Nancy Fischer, Augsburg College, Minnesota, USA and Chet Meeks, Northern Illinois University, USA

Edited by Steven W. Pope, Lincoln University, UK and John R. Nauright, Georgia Southern University, USA

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Introducing the New Sexuality Studies Original Essays and Interviews Edited by Steven Seidman, State University of New York, USA, Nancy Fischer, Augsburg College, Minnesota, USA and Chet Meeks, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA 2006: 246x174: 512pp Pb: 978-0-415-39900-5: £25.99 • AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY

A Global Perspective Edited by Dennis Sullivan, Institute for Economic and Restorative Justice, New York, USA and Larry Tifft, Central Michigan University, USA A comprehensive collection of original articles by renowned international scholars, this Handbook is a vade mecum for all students and scholars. It surveys the entire landscape of restorative justice from its origins, philosophical and spiritual foundations, to ways in which its principles can be structured into social institutions to effect social change. Selected Contents: Section 1: Restorative Justice Processes and Practices Section 2: The Foundations of Restorative Justice Section 3: The Needs of Victims and the Healing Process Section 4: Making Things Right: Extending Restorative Justice Section 5: Gross Human Rights Violations and Transitional Justice Section 6: Restorative Justice: Critical Commentaries on Restorative Justice Section 7: Transformative Justice and Structural Change 2005: 246x174: 592pp Hb: 978-0-415-35356-4: £110.00

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Contemporary developments in the field of Sports History, along with a wealth of international research from a range of theoretical perspectives, provide the backdrop to this Routledge Companion. Compiled by a distinguished, international cast of contributors, including an Afterword by Professor Peter Stearns, world leading social historian and founding editor of The Journal of Social History. This comprehensive guide contains specially commissioned essays, addressing a range of thematic and regional contexts, from the latest cutting edge approaches within the field, including:

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Edited by Arthur A. Raney, Florida State University, USA and Jennings Bryant, University of Alabama, USA

Edited by Youlian Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Roger Bartlett, University of Otago, New Zealand This major new landmark reference provides a comprehensive synthesis of current theory and research in sports, exercise and clinical biomechanics. This unique Handbook explores the human movement sciences in established and emerging contexts, including: • engineering, technology and equipment design • ergonomics • biomechanics in sport • modelling and computational simulation • training, learning and coaching

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Routledge Handbook of Sports Sponsorship Successful Strategies Alain Ferrand, University of Lyon, France, Luiggino Torrigiani, LT Sports Management Consultancy, Lausanne, Switzerland and Andreu Camps i Povill, L‘Institut Nacional d’Educació F‘sica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Translated by Pierre-François Lalonde and Elizabeth Christopherson 2006: 246x174: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-40110-4: £85.00

• injury, orthopedics and rehabilitation • neuromuscular system and motor control • health and motor performance • methodology and systems of measurement. Containing the cutting-edge research and information about new directions in human movement science, this thorough, single-source overview of the field will be invaluable for libraries and researchers looking for high-level, expert information.

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