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For When You've Lost Your Dwarves, Your Wizard, and Your Way

VOLUME EDITOR: Gregory Bassham King’s College, USA

SERIES EDITOR: William Irwin King’s College, USA

✤✤ A philosophical exploration of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved classic — just in time for the December 2012 release of Peter Jackson's new film adaptation, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ✤✤ Explores key questions about The Hobbit's story, themes and central characters ✤✤ Draws on the insights of some of the world's deepest thinkers, from Confucius, Plato, and Aristotle to Immanuel Kant William Blake, and contemporary philosopher Thomas Nagel

Philosophy

The Hobbit and Philosophy

READERSHIP: General readership, particularly fans of the fantasy genre, and especially fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's novels and works SERIES: Philosophy and Pop Culture

OCT 2012 272PP 978-0-470-40514-7 PR €15.90 

Black Sabbath and Philosophy  Mastering Reality

VOLUME & SERIES EDITOR: William Irwin King’s College, USA

SERIES EDITOR: William Irwin King’s College, USA

✤✤ A philosophical look at heavy metal's dark masters of reality, Black Sabbath – one of the world’s most influential and enduring rock bands ✤✤ Discusses and debates essential Black Sabbath music, lyrics, topics and themes, such as the problem of evil, "War Pigs" and the nature of just war theory, whether or not Sabbath is still Sabbath without Ozzy, and whether "evil is in the ear of the beholder" ✤✤ Brings some of history's heaviest thinkers to bear on the band's music, from Aristotle to Nietzsche READERSHIP: General readership particularly fans of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, and heavy metal music; secondary readers include series readers, students, teachers, and lecturers looking for secondary course reading material SERIES: Philosophy and Pop Culture

OCT 2012 272PP 978-1-118-39759-6 PR €15.90 

Derrida

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A Biography

BENOÎT PEETERS ✤✤ Peeters traces Derrida’s life from his beginnings as a Jewish boy from Algiers, through the microcosm of the École Normale Supérieure and the turbulent events of 1968 and after to his rise to global fame ✤✤ He also charts the trajectory of a concept – deconstruction – that comes to exert an extraordinary influence way beyond the philosophical world, on literary studies, architecture, law, theology, feminism, queer theory, and postcolonial studies ✤✤ This major new biography gives us a new and deeper understanding of the man who will perhaps be seen as the most important philosopher of the second half of the twentieth century READERSHIP: General readership, those studying Derrida and philosophy

OCT 2012 700PP 978-0-745-65615-1 CL €32.90 

Plato’s Republic

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ALAIN BADIOU L’École Normale Supérieure, France

✤✤ Alain Badiou is probably the most widely read and influential philosopher in France today ✤✤ This is his innovative reimagining of one of the most well-known and widely discussed texts in the history of philosophy – Plato’s Republic ✤✤ It is not a straightforward translation of Plato’s text but rather an adaptation of it for our time. By expanding the range of cultural references and allowing his interlocutors to stand up to Socrates and challenge him, he brings this classic text to life and shows how it is directly relevant to our world today READERSHIP: Undergraduate philosophy students and general interested readers

OCT 2012 320PP 978-0-745-66214-5 CL €32.90 

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Philosophy

You Must Change Your Life

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On Anthropotechnics

PETER SLOTERDIJK Karlsruhe School of Design, Germany

✤✤ This book, written by one of the world’s leading philosophers and cultural theorists, is a major re-examination of the nature of the human – of what it is to be human ✤✤ Sloterdijk argues that what we are witnessing today is not the return of religion: rather, it is the growing significance today of the human as a practicing, training being who creates itself through exercises and thereby transcends itself. Rainer Maria Rilke captured this drive towards self-training very well in the imperative: ‘You must change your life’ ✤✤ Those who embody this mode of existence most clearly are those who expressly engage in practice – farmers, workers, warriors, musicians, models, etc. This book analyses their training plans as an array of exercises that are necessary to be, and remain, a human being READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates and scholars in sociology, politics, cultural studies, literary studies, social sciences and the humanities generally

NOV 2012 493PP 978-0-745-64921-4 CL €32.90 

This Is Philosophy An Introduction

STEVEN D. HALES Bloomsburg University, USA

✤✤ The first in a new series of introductory textbooks that convey the excitement and importance of philosophy while explaining difficult concepts clearly for the average undergraduate or general reader ✤✤ Links throughout to extensive supplemental materials and free online primary sources ✤✤ Features a 175-question test bank and answer key, and 40 PowerPoint lectures

✤✤ Represents a highly student-friendly guide to the questions, problems, and great thinkers of philosophy without watering them down READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for Introduction to Philosophy courses; general readers SERIES: THIS IS PHILOSOPHY

DEC 2012 280PP 978-0-470-65883-3 PR €TBA / 978-0-470-65882-6 CL €TBA 

Meaning and Argument An Introduction to Logic Through Language 2nd Revised Edition

ERNEST LEPORE, WITH SAM CUMMING Rutgers University, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ Revised 2nd edition of this popular introduction to philosophy of logic and philosophy of language ✤✤ Offers a distinctive philosophical, rather than mathematical, approach to logic ✤✤ Incorporates the insights of half a century’s work in philosophy and linguistics on anaphora by Peter Geach, Gareth Evans, Hans Kamp, and Irene Heim among others ✤✤ Updated edition includes over a dozen new problem sets and revisions throughout READERSHIP: Philosophy students taking courses in formal logic, introductory logic, philosophical logic, or philosophy of language

JUL 2012 496PP 978-1-118-39019-1 PR €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19673-4 

Big Typescript

new in paperback

TS 213German English Scholars’ Edition

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN Translated By C. Grant Luckhardt & Maximilian E. AUE Georgia State University Atlanta, USA; Emory University, USA

✤✤ New in paperback version of the long-awaited scholar’s edition of important material from 1933, Wittgenstein’s first efforts to set out his new thoughts after the publication of the Tractatus Logico Philosophicus ✤✤ Includes indications to help the reader identify Wittgenstein’s numerous corrections, additions, deletions, alternative words and phrasings, suggestions for moves within the text, and marginal comments ✤✤ Presents Wittgenstein’s work in a German – English en face edition READERSHIP: Graduate and advanced undergraduate students, and academics interested in Wittgenstein and 20th Century philosophy

OCT 2012 516PP 978-1-118-34633-4 PR €35.90  CL (2005) 978-1-405-10699-3

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Writings and Lectures, Volume 2

PAUL RICOEUR Professor Emeritus at the University of Paris, France and at the University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005) is one of the most important French philosophers of the second half of the 20th century ✤✤ This volume makes available some of his key writings on the theory of interpretation, or hermeneutics, which appeared between 1972 and 2006 ✤✤ These writings are complementary to Ricoeur’s classic book The Conflict of Interpretations ✤✤ Among other things, Ricoeur interrogates the nature of metaphor, examines the many challenges of the hermeneutic problem, explores aspects of biblical hermeneutics and reflects on the future of hermeneutics

Philosophy

Hermeneutics

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of continental philosophy, literary theory, cultural theory, theology and psychoanalysis

DEC 2012 208PP 978-0-745-66122-3 PR €TBA / 978-0-745-66121-6 CL €71.90 

Encounters

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Conversations on Life and Writing

HÉLÈNE CIXOUS & FRÉDÉRIC-YVES JEANNET Centre de Recherches en Études Féminines at Paris VIII University, France

✤✤ Cixous is generally regarded as one of the leading French feminist writers ✤✤ This is a revealing set of interviews with Cixous in which she discusses her life and work, including her creative method, her distinctive style and the central themes of some of her most important books ✤✤ She also talks freely about her own literary tastes, ranging from her love for Joyce and respect for Proust to her lack of interest in the nouveau roman ✤✤ The text is very engaging and accessible and it effectively draws the reader into Cixous’s world. It is an excellent introduction to her work. The interviews were conducted by another French writer, Frédéric-Yves Jeannet READERSHIP: Scholars working in the areas of philosophy, Freud, Derrida and literary criticism, as well as the interested general reader

NOV 2012 177PP 978-0-745-65387-7 PR €19.90 / 978-0-745-65386-0 CL €57.90 

Kripke

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JOHN BURGESS Princeton University, USA

✤✤ Saul Kripke is a major figure in twentieth-century philosophy, and one of the leading analytic philosophers alive today ✤✤ John P. Burgess is a former colleague of Kripke and a leading philosopher in his own right; he is uniquely placed to guide readers through Kripke’s work ✤✤ Fully up to date, the book deals with the whole range of Kripke’s writing, up to and including his most recently published papers and makes Kripke’s difficult ideas fully intelligible for undergraduate students READERSHIP: Undergraduate philosophy students taking courses in mathematical logic, philosophy of language, epistemology, modal logic, semantics, metaphysics SERIES: Key Contemporary Thinkers

NOV 2012 232PP 978-0-745-65285-6 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-65284-9 CL €71.90 

Terrorism

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A Philosophical Investigation

IGOR PRIMORATZ Charles Sturt University, Australia

✤✤ This is the first comprehensive study of the core philosophical questions posed by terrorism such as: How should we define it? Can it be morally justified?
 ✤✤ Primoratz investigates the main ethical approaches to terrorism: in terms of its consequences, rights and justice, ‘supreme emergency,’ and the collective responsibility of citizens ✤✤ Includes conceptual analysis and normative arguments about the practice of terrorism as well as case studies of terror-bombing of German cities in World War II and the role of terrorism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict READERSHIP: Academics and students in philosophy and political theory/political science, and general readers interested in trying to understand and evaluate terrorism

OCT 2012 196PP 978-0-745-65144-6 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-65143-9 CL €71.90 

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Philosophy

Locke

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A. J. Pyle University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ Gives a thorough overview of all aspects of Locke’s thought ✤✤ Draws on notebooks and archival materials to add a wealth of empirical detail ✤✤ Expertly contextualises Locke in relation to philosophical history ✤✤ Sheds new light on Locke’s understanding of the Enlightenment READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of philosophy, political theory, theology, politics and law Series: Classic Thinkers

DEC 2012 232PP 978-0-745-65067-8 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-65066-1 CL €71.90 

History of Cognitive Neuroscience

new in paperback

M. R. BENNETT & P. M. S. HACKER University of Sydney, Australia; University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Documents the history of the study of consciousness and examines how thinking about this topic has evolved, from Aristotle to Penfield ✤✤ Provides a companion work to the highly acclaimed Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience - combining scientific detail with philosophical insights ✤✤ Views the evolution of brain science through the lens of its principal figures and experiments ✤✤ Accompanied by more than 100 illustrations READERSHIP: Neuroscientists, psychologists, philosophers and students in these subjects

OCT 2012 312PP 978-1-118-34634-1 PR €29.90  CL (2008) 978-1-405-18182-2 

A Companion to Rationalism

new in paperback

EDITED BY ALAN NELSON University of California, Irvine, USA

✤✤ A wide-ranging critical examination of rationalist thought in philosophy, written by a superbly qualified cast of philosophers ✤✤ Lays out the historical roots, the celebrated expressions, the controversies, and the contemporary determinations of rationalist thought ✤✤ Organized chronologically, it focuses principally on the golden age of rationalism in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries ✤✤ Also covers ancient rationalism, nineteenth-century rationalism, and rationalist themes in recent thought READERSHIP: Upper level students and researchers of rationalism, modern philosophy, the history of ideas or contemporary philosophy SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

OCT 2012 528PP 978-1-118-36062-0 PR €38.90  CL (2005) 978-1-405-10909-3

A Companion to the Philosophy of Action

new in paperback

EDITED BY TIMOTHY O’CONNOR & CONSTANTINE SANDIS Indiana University, USA; Oxford Brookes University, UK

✤✤ The first volume to survey the entire field of philosophy of action (the central issues and processes relating to human actions) ✤✤ Brings together specially commissioned chapters from international experts ✤✤ Discusses a range of ideas and doctrines, including rationality, free will and determinism, virtuous action, criminal responsibility, Attribution Theory, and rational agency in evolutionary perspective ✤✤ Offers rich insights into an area of philosophical thought that has attracted thinkers since the time of the ancient Greeks READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in philosophy of action, moral psychology, free will, ethics, motivational psychology, and social science SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

OCT 2012 664PP 978-1-118-34632-7 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-18735-0

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new in paperback

Philosophy / Religion

A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology

EDITED BY JAN KYRRE BERG OLSEN, STIG ANDUR PEDERSEN & VINCENT F. HENDRICKS University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Roskilde University, Denmark; Roskilde University, Denmark

✤✤ Presents the first complete, authoritative reference work in the field ✤✤ Organized thematically for use both as a full introduction to the field or an encyclopedic reference ✤✤ Draws on original essays from leading interdisciplinary scholars ✤✤ Features the most up-to-date and cutting edge research in the interdisciplinary fields of philosophy, technology, and their broader intellectual environments READERSHIP: Intended for students, researchers, and scholars of philosophy, human and natural sciences, and technology studies. Also as a reference source for work in undergraduate and graduate courses in philosophy of technology, philosophy of science, technology studies, and ethics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

OCT 2012 592PP 978-1-118-34631-0 PR €38.90  CL (2009) 978-1-405-14601-2

The Idea of Evil

new in paperback

PETER DEWS University of Essex, UK

✤✤ L eading philosopher Peter Dews explores the idea of evil, one of the most problematic terms in the contemporary moral vocabulary ✤✤ Surveys the intellectual debate on the nature of evil over the past two hundred years ✤✤ Engages with a broad range of discourses and thinkers, from Kant and the German Idealists, via Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, to Levinas and Adorno ✤✤ Argues that, despite the widespread abuse and political manipulation of the term ‘evil’, we cannot do without it READERSHIP: students and faculty in moral philosophy, continental philosophy, philosophy of religion, history of ideas or religious studies

OCT 2012 264PP 978-1-118-34630-3 PR €24.90  CL (2007) 978-1-405-1-1704-3

The Good Representative

new in paperback

SUZANNE DOVI University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Timely and original, this book argues that democratic citizens should assess their representatives by their display of three virtues: they must be fair-minded, build critical trust, and be good gatekeepers ✤✤ Provides standards for evaluating the democratic credentials of representative ✤✤ Identifies the problems with and obstacles to good democratic representation ✤✤ Argues that democratic representation, even good democratic representation, is not always desirable READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students, scholars and researchers in political theory and political science SERIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN ETHICS

JUL 2012 272PP 978-1-118-36061-3 PR €23.90  CL (2006) 978-1-405-15578-6

Christian History An Introduction

ALISTER E. McGRATH King’s College, London, UK

✤✤ A major new introduction to the history of Christianity, written by one of the world’s leading theologians and author of numerous bestselling textbooks ✤✤ Combines elements of theology, history, and culture in tracing the development of all three branches of Christianity – Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox ✤✤ Provides a truly global review by exploring Christianity’s development and related issues in Asia, Latin America and Africa, and doesn’t just focus on Western concerns ✤✤ Looks beyond denominational history at Christianity’s impact on individuals, society, politics, and intellectual thought, as well as on art, architecture, and the natural sciences

READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying history of Christianity within religion, theology, and history

DEC 2012 396PP 978-1-118-33780-6 PR €33.90 / 978-1-118-33779-0 CL €77.90 

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Religion

Historical Theology

An Introduction to the History of Christian Thought 2nd Edition

ALISTER E. McGRATH King’s College, London, UK

✤✤ A substantially updated new edition of this established textbook by Alister McGrath, spanning the entire history of Christian thought ✤✤ Additional coverage includes orthodox theology, the Holy Spirit, and medieval mysticism; new sections on liberation, feminist, and Latino theologies; and on Christianity’s global spread  

✤✤ Accessibly structured into sections covering the Patristic period; the Middle Ages and renaissance; the reformation and post-reformation; and the modern period from 1750 onwards ✤✤ Includes case studies and comprehensive glossaries of key theologians, developments, and terminology READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying historical theology, Christian theology, and Christian doctrine

NOV 2012 320PP 978-0-470-67286-0 PR €28.90 / 978-0-470-67285-3 CL €77.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-20844-0 

The Story of the Qur’an It’s History and Place in Muslim Life 2nd Edition

INGRID MATTSON

The Story of the Qur’an

Huron University College, Canada

✤✤ A new edition of this popular introduction by a well-known Islamic scholar, offering a balanced portrayal of the Qur’an and its place in historic and contemporary Muslim society ✤✤ Features new sections on the Qur’an and its relationship to democracy, science, human rights, and the role of women, and includes a new chapter on the Qur’an, art, and architecture  

✤✤ Expands sections on the Qur’an in the life cycle of Muslims, and on Islamic ethics and law ✤✤ Incorporates additional images and discussion questions, plus new online student resources READERSHIP: Undergraduate courses in Islamic studies and comparative religion, scripture in world religions; also for general readers

DEC 2012 292PP 978-0-470-67349-2 PR €25.90 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12258-0 

An Introduction to Islam in the 21st Century EDITED BY AMINAH BEVERLY McCLOUD, SCOTT HIBBARD & LAITH SAUD

An Introduction to Islam in the 21st Century

All of DePaul University, USA

✤✤ An engaging introduction to Islam as a living religion, exploring its global presence and varied beliefs and practices in the 21st century ✤✤ Provides an international perspective that captures the diversity of Islam in different regions and countries across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe

✤✤ Explores topics including the phenomenon of militancy, Islamophobia, gender, and how Islam is taught in the West ✤✤ Examines regional trends to demonstrate that – unlike its perceived image of a static and monolithic tradition – Islam is a fluid and dynamic religion with vibrant diversity READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying courses on introduction to Islamic Studies, Islam and the West, or contemporary Middle East within religious studies and history

DEC 2012 320PP 978-1-405-19360-3 PR €25.90 / 978-1-405-19361-0 CL €65.90 

The Future of Jewish Theology STEVEN KEPNES Colgate University, USA

The Future of Jewish Theology

✤✤ A rich and engaging argument for the future of Jewish theology, written by a renowned Jewish scholar ✤✤ Clarifies and then builds on foundational Jewish structures and concepts through the discussion and interpretation of Jewish texts ✤✤ Argues that we must acknowledge holiness as a ritual and ethical reality in order to heal the rift between different forms of Jewish practice and theology ✤✤ Talks to both Jews and non-Jews and demonstrates through textual readings how Jews, Christians and Muslims can understand and share their theological riches READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above, postgraduates, and faculty in Jewish studies, Jewish philosophy, Jewish ethics, or modern Jewish thought SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

DEC 2012 264PP 978-0-470-65960-1 PR €23.90 / 978-0-470-65961-8 CL €71.90 

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A Theological Exploration

DARREN SARISKY University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Examines the central theological importance of scriptural interpretation in the life of the Church and ordinary believers ✤✤ Covers an impressive historical range, from Basil of Caesarea right up to the work of leading contemporary thinkers, Stanley Hauerwas and Rowan Williams ✤✤ Combines a lively discussion of the theological interpretation of Scripture in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries with a study of the theology of the Cappadocian fathers

Scriptural Interpretation

Religion

Scriptural Interpretation

✤✤ Offers a sophisticated understanding of many Patristic thinkers – an area of considerable current interest – and challenges accepted readings of the theology of Basil of Caesarea READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars in a range of biblical, historical and theological disciplines SERIES: CHALLENGES IN CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY

DEC 2012 280PP 978-1-118-36745-2 CL €77.90 

The Blackwell Companion to the New Testament

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EDITED BY DAVID E. AUNE University of Notre Dame, USA

✤✤ Brings together more than 40 scholars from a variety of Christian denominations, to offer a detailed reference work on the New Testament ✤✤ Considers the historical, social, and cultural contexts in which the New Testament was produced, exploring relevant linguistic and textual issues ✤✤ Treats the 27 books and letters of the New Testament systematically, beginning with a review of current issues and concluding with an annotated bibliography ✤✤ Distinctive features include a unified treatment of Luke through Acts, articles on the canonical Gospels, and a discussion of the apocryphal New Testament READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers of the New Testament within theology and biblical studies SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

OCT 2012 (published 2010) 712PP 978-1-405-10825-6 CL €162.00 

Esther Through the Centuries

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JO CARRUTHERS University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ Provides a fascinating and interdisciplinary Bible commentary tracing Jewish, Christian, and secular reception of the only biblical book not to mention God ✤✤ Unearths a wealth of neglected rewritings inspired by the story’s relevance to themes of nationhood, rebellion, revenge, female heroism, Jewish identity, genocide and ‘multiculturalism’ ✤✤ Explores Esther’s influence on writers from George Eliot to artists such as Michelangelo, and traces its significance from early rabbinic interpretation to contemporary rewritings ✤✤ Examines Esther chapter-by-chapter, revealing a surprising afterlife remarkably resonant with contemporary preoccupations READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Biblical studies, as well those working in the areas of literature, history, and cultural studies SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES

OCT 2012 (published 2008) 320PP 978-1-405-13213-8 CL €93.90 

The Pastoral Epistles Through the Centuries

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JAY TWOMEY University of Cincinnati, USA

✤✤ Explores the important role of the New Testament letters to Timothy and Titus, known collectively as the Pastoral Epistles, in Christianity’s early development ✤✤ Surveys the many theological, cultural, literary, political, and artistic uses of the Pastorals, and the broader influence these letters have had throughout the ages ✤✤ Considers their complex influence on issues such as church structure and rites, the roles of women in Christian life, and the authority of scripture ✤✤ Examines the ways in which language and ideas from the Pastoral Epistles, such as “fight the good fight”, have filtered into our cultural vernacular READERSHIP: Upper-level students and faculty of biblical studies, history of Christian thought, and the Bible and culture SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES

OCT 2012 (published 2008) 272PP 978-1-405-12614-4 CL €93.90 

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Literature

30 Great Myths About Shakespeare LAURIE MAGUIRE & EMMA SMITH Both of University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Through 30 illuminating short essays, this new book addresses the common myths and misconceptions about Shakespeare and his works ✤✤ Explores and explodes such beliefs as ‘Shakespeare was a Catholic’, ‘Macbeth is a jinxed play’, ‘Shakespeare’s works were written by someone else’, and 'Shakespeare was a Stratford playwright' ✤✤ Explores the meanings of his plays, and their continued revival and reinterpretation ✤✤ Includes an extensive, guided bibliography aimed at the general reader ✤✤ Written in an engaging and accessible style that will appeal to students and general readers alike READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Shakespeare; general readers and theatre-goers

DEC 2012 208PP 978-0-470-65851-2 PR €19.9 / 978-0-470-65850-5 CL €65.90 

Who Was William Shakespeare? An Introduction to the Life and Works

DYMPNA CALLAGHAN Syracuse University, USA

✤✤ Combines an accessible, fully historicised treatment of both the life and the plays, suited to both undergraduate and popular audiences ✤✤ Looks at 24 of Shakespeare’s most significant plays and the sonnets through the lens of various aspects of his life and historical environment

✤✤ Addresses four of the most significant issues that shaped Shakespeare’s career: education, religion, social status, and theatre ✤✤ Examines theatre as an institution and the literary environment of early modern London READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Shakespeare and Renaissance studies; general readers

DEC 2012 328PP 978-0-470-65847-5 PR €25.90 / 978-0-470-65846-8 CL €65.90 

The Crime Fiction Handbook PETER MESSENT University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ An accessible and well-written introduction to the crime fiction genre ✤✤ Provides a general overview of the genre and useful theoretical approaches ✤✤ Includes a close analysis of key texts including The Sign of Four, The Big Sleep, Double Indemnity, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Laughing Policeman, The Black Dahlia, The Silence of the Lambs, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ✤✤ Explores the similarities and differences between British, American, and Scandinavian crime fiction traditions READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses on crime fiction, nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and/or American Literature, and cultural studies SERIES: BLACKWELL LITERATURE HANDBOOKS

NOV 2012 264PP 978-0-470-65704-1 PR €19.90 / 978-0-470-65703-4 CL €77.90 

American Gothic

An Anthology from Salem Witchcraft to H. P. Lovecraft 2nd Edition

EDITED BY CHARLES L. CROW Bowling Green State University, USA

✤✤ The new edition of this anthology brings together texts from the colonial era to the twentieth century including recently discovered material, as well as canonical selections from Poe and Wharton among many others ✤✤ Revised and expanded to incorporate suggestions from twelve years of use in the classroom

✤✤ Includes strong representation of female Gothic, wilderness Gothic, the Gothic of race, and the legacy of Salem witchcraft ✤✤ Edited by a founding member of the International Gothic Association READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of American literature and Gothic studies SERIES: BLACKWELL ANTHOLOGIES

DEC 2012 576PP 978-0-470-65979-3 PR €35.90 / 978-0-470-65980-9 CL €83.90 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-20652-1 

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2 volume set

EDITED BY WILLIAM HUGHES, DAVID PUNTER & ANDREW SMITH Bath Spa University, UK; University of Bristol, UK; University of Glamorgan, UK

✤✤ Comprises over 200 newly-commissioned entries written by a team of over 130 experts in the field ✤✤ Arranged in A-Z format across two fully cross-referenced volumes ✤✤ Represents the definitive reference guide to all aspects of the Gothic ✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of relevant authors, national traditions, critical developments, and notable texts that define, shape, and inform the genre ✤✤ Extends beyond a purely literary analysis to explore Gothic elements of film, music, drama, art, and architecture

Literature

The Encyclopedia of the Gothic

✤✤ Explores the development of the genre and its impact on contemporary culture ✤✤ Introductory offer available ✤✤ Also available online as Part Three of the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature, providing 24/7 access and powerful searching, browsing, and cross-referencing capabilities READERSHIP: Librarians, students and scholars of Gothic Studies   SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LITERATURE

Jan 2013 1152PP 978-1-405-18290-4 CL €302.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £199.00 €237.00 VALID UNTIL 30th MARCH 2013, PRICE THEREAFTER £235.00 €302.00 

A History of American Literature from 1950 to the Present LINDA WAGNER-MARTIN University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive analysis of the wide range of literary works produced in the United States over the last six decades ✤✤ Covers a wide range of drama, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, including memoirs, science fiction, and detective novels ✤✤ Explores the works within the context of such 21st-century issues as globalization, medicine, gender, education and other topics READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students and scholars of American Literature SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HISTORIES OF AMERICAN LITERATURE

JAN 2012 392PP 978-1-405-19232-3 CL €77.90 

A Dictionary of Literary Terms and Criticism 5th Revised Edition

EDITED BY J. A. CUDDON Late of University of London, UK

REVISED BY M. A. R. HABIB Rutgers University, USA

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: VEDRANA VELICKOVIC, MATTHEW BIRCHWOOD, MARTIN DINES & SHANYN FISKE University of Brighton, UK; Kingston University, UK; Kingston University, UK; Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Written in a clear and highly readable style, this dictionary provides comprehensive historical coverage extending from ancient times to the present day ✤✤ New material is particularly focussed in areas such as gender studies and queer theory, post-colonial theory, post-structuralism, post-modernism, narrative theory, and cultural studie SERIES: THE LANGUAGE LIBRARY

DEC 2012 800PP 978-1-444-33327-5 CL €155.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-20271-4 

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Literature

John Milton: Prose

Major Writings on Liberty, Politics, Religion, and Education

EDITED BY DAVID LOEWENSTEIN & JOHN MILTON University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive single-volume edition of Milton’s prose currently available ✤✤ Uses Milton’s original language, spelling and punctuation ✤✤ Notes and annotations provide unrivalled contextual analysis and illuminate the wealth of Milton’s allusions and references ✤✤ Will appeal to a general readership as well as to scholars across the humanities READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars of John Milton

DEC 2012 680PP 978-1-405-12931-2 PR €TBA / 978-1-405-12930-5 CL €89.90 

A Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory

special price

2nd Edition

EDITED BY MICHAEL PAYNE & JESSICA RAE BARBERA Bucknell University, USA; Pittsburgh University, USA

✤✤ A new edition of this successful dictionary, updated to feature over 40 new entries including pieces on Alain Badiou, Ecocriticism, Online Social Networks, Ordinary Language Philosophy, and Graphic Narrative ✤✤ Includes reflective, broad-ranging articles from leading theorists including Julia Kristeva, Stanley Cavell, and Simon Critchley ✤✤ Features a fully updated bibliography ✤✤ Wide-ranging content makes this an invaluable dictionary for students of a diverse range of disciplines READERSHIP: Students and scholars in disciplines including literature, film studies, cultural studies, linguistics, philosophy, history, theology, and politics

APR 2010 832PP 978-1-405-16890-8 CL €162.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-20753-5 

John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

special price

The Poems and Lucina’s Rape

EDITED BY KEITH WALKER & NICHOLAS FISHER University of Oxford, UK; University of London, UK

✤✤ Building on the strength of Keith Walker’s acclaimed The Poems of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (1984), leading scholar Nicholas Fisher presents a thoroughly revised and updated edition of the work of one the greatest Restoration wits ✤✤ Includes the text of Lucina’s Rape, Rochester’s adaptation of Fletcher’s revenge tragedy Valentinian, in a text that readily identifies Rochester’s revisions ✤✤ Presents the poems in versions that were current during Rochester’s lifetime, allowing the reader to experience the poems as Rochester’s contemporaries did ✤✤ Incorporates insights and discoveries made over the last 25 years and texts of manuscripts previously unavailable for study READERSHIP: Students and scholars of English Literature, and the interested general reader

MAR 2010 296PP 978-1-405-18779-4 CL €89.90 

A Companion to the Global Renaissance

special price

English Literature and Culture in the Era of Expansion

EDITED BY JYOTSNA G. SINGH Michigan State University, USA

✤✤ Investigates new perspectives on the English Renaissance, expanding its geographical, political, and conceptual boundaries ✤✤ Contextualizes and interrogates English representations of other cultures and of cross-cultural exchange ✤✤ Uses the emergence of English capitalism to provide a new critical viewpoint on larger historical narratives such as race, slavery, class, colonialism, and gender READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of Renaissance literature, culture, art, and history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

MAY 2009 424PP 978-1-405-15476-5 CL €135.00 

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Literature / Linguistics

A Companion to African American Literature

special price

EDITED BY GENE ANDREW JARRETT Boston University, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive, chronological overview of African American literature from its origins to the present ✤✤ Explores the various forms, themes, genres, historical contexts, and major authors of the field ✤✤ Addresses the latest critical and scholarly approaches to African American literature ✤✤ Features essays by leading established literary scholars as well as newer voices READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of African American Literature and African American Studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2010 488PP 978-1-405-18862-3 CL €129.00 

A Companion to Thomas Hardy

new in paperback

EDITED BY KEITH WILSON University of Ottawa, Canada

✤✤ Provides a unique, one-volume resource, which encompasses all aspects of Hardy’s major novels, short stories, and poetry ✤✤ Explores Hardy’s work in the context of the major intellectual and socio-cultural currents of his time and assesses his legacy for subsequent writers ✤✤ Informed by the latest in scholarly, critical, and theoretical debates from some of the world’s leading Hardy scholars ✤✤ Foregrounds Hardy’s still-neglected drama, The Dynasts, considered by the author and his contemporaries to be Hardy’s major achievement READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of Thomas Hardy and Victorian Literature, and general readers who are Hardy enthusiasts SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS IN LITERATURE AND CULTURE

NOV 2012 608PP 978-1-118-30749-6 PR €35.90  CL (2009) 978-1-405-15668-4

The Sounds of Language An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology

ELIZABETH C. ZSIGA Georgetown University, USA

✤✤ An introductory guide to the linguistic study of speech sounds, providing uniquely balanced coverage of both phonology and phonetics ✤✤ Creates opportunities for students to practice data analysis and hypothesis testing by including exercises and problem sets, and providing online data and sound files ✤✤ Explores both practical and theoretical topics, ranging from how to make good digital recordings through to the role of markedness in linguistic theory ✤✤ Integrates data on sociolinguistic variation, first language acquisition, and second language learning

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of phonology and phonetics, applied linguistics, and sociolinguistics SERIES: LINGUISTICS IN THE WORLD

DEC 2012 480PP 978-1-405-19103-6 PR €32.90 / 978-1-405-19104-3 CL €65.90 

Taal en Taalwetenschap  2nd Edition

EDITED BY ANNE E. BAKER, JAN DON & KEES HENGEVELD All of University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

✤✤ A fully-revised second edition of the bestselling Dutch-language linguistics textbook, offering a comprehensive introduction to the subject ✤✤ Includes new cross-linguistic data from numerous spoken and signed languages, reflects recent developments in the field, and expands coverage of topics including neurolinguistics ✤✤ Written in a problem-oriented style to engage readers, and is ideal for those new to the subject ✤✤ Features chapter-by-chapter exercises and summary sections, and is supported by an instructors’ manual available on the accompanying website

READERSHIP: Introductory-level students of languages and linguistics in the Netherlands and Belgium

NOV 2012 368PP 978-0-470-67213-6 PR €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-23038-0 

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Linguistics

The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics 10 volume set

EDITED BY CAROL A. CHAPELLE Iowa State University, USA

✤✤ A ground-breaking resource – available either online or as a 10-volume print set – bringing together historic and emerging areas of research within applied linguistics ✤✤ Includes over 1,100 entries written by an international team of scholars from over 40 countries ✤✤ Covers 27 key areas of the field, including language teaching and learning; bilingual and multilingual education; language policy and planning; assessment and testing; corpus linguistics; discourse and conversation analysis; the neurobiology of language; literacy; and technology and language ✤✤ Combines individual entries ranging from 1,500 to 4,000 words, with longer, essaystyle contributions giving a detailed overview of key developments and ideas ✤✤ Features over 200 entries on the philosophy and history of applied linguistics and biographies of key applied linguists ✤✤ Updates and new articles will be available online twice a year, enabling the work to remain cutting-edge and relevant READERSHIP: Upper-level students, teachers, researchers, and practitioners of applied linguistics and in related fields; those working in language and educational policy

NOV 2012 7200PP 978-1-405-19473-0 CL €1550.00  INTRODUCTORY OFFER PRICES VALID TO END FEB 2013; LIST PRICES THEREAFTER £1,200.00 €1,440.00 

Syntax

A Generative Introduction 3rd Edition

ANDREW CARNIE University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ An extensively updated new edition of the bestselling introduction to theoretical syntax; popular due to its non-technical style, comprehensive coverage, and its invaluable exercises ✤✤ Includes new and extended problem sets in every chapter, all annotated for level and skill type, and new chapters on ellipsis, auxiliaries, and non-configurational languages  

✤✤ Supported by expanded online student and instructor resources, including extra chapters on HPSG and LFG, and new problem sets, PowerPoint slides, and an updated instructors’ manual READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying syntax within linguistics SERIES: INTRODUCING LINGUISTICS

NOV 2012 544PP 978-0-470-65531-3 PR €34.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13384-5 

The Syntax Workbook

A Companion to Carnie’s Syntax

ANDREW CARNIE University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ An all-new workbook to accompany the bestselling syntax textbook by Andrew Carnie, publishing to coincide with the release of the third edition ✤✤ Features over 120 sample problem sets designed to give students greater experience of analyzing syntactic structure ✤✤ Includes end of chapter answers, making it especially useful for self-study ✤✤ Structured to reflect the style and chapter-by-chapter coverage of the textbook, but its practical, readerfriendly layout also makes it suitable for use as a stand-alone workbook READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying syntax within linguistics

NOV 2012 192PP 978-1-118-34754-6 PR €25.90 

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Linguistics

Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics A Practical Guide

EDITED BY NICOLE MÜLLER & MARTIN J. BALL Both of University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA

✤✤ Offers a practical guide to a wide range of research philosophies, methods, and tools used across linguistics, phonetics, and speech sciences, as applied to language and speech ✤✤ Covers core topics including experimental and qualitative methods, sociolinguistics, corpus construction and analysis, data recording, transcription and digital analysis of speech, and speech imaging ✤✤ Considers the research ethics involved when working with people who have communication difficulties ✤✤ Includes advice on writing theses and dissertations, on writing and publishing journal articles, the peer review process, and discussion about disseminating research results READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers studying clinical linguistics and phonetics within linguistics, education, psychology, and speech pathology SERIES: GUIDES TO RESEARCH METHODS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

NOV 2012 320PP 978-1-444-33584-2 PR €38.90 / 978-1-444-33583-5 CL €83.90 

Language and Computers MARKUS DICKINSON, Chris Brew & Detmar Meurers Indiana University, USA; Educational Testing Service, Princeton, USA; University of Tübingen, Germany

✤✤ A real-world introduction to how computers process language, exploring the fundamentals of how they are used to represent, process, and organize textual and spoken information ✤✤ Enhanced throughout with current examples students will identify with, using these to explore the technology and how it works ✤✤ Teaches students to generate, justify and argue for valid conclusions about the design, capabilities and behaviour of natural language systems ✤✤ Covers a broad spectrum of language-related issues, including significant computer applications involving natural language, and the social and ethical implications these developments present

READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying computational linguistics and natural language processing

OCT 2012 258PP 978-1-405-18305-5 PR €28.90 / 978-1-405-18306-2 CL €71.90 

The Handbook of English for Specific Purposes EDITED BY BRIAN PALTRIDGE & SUE STARFIELD University of Sydney, Australia; University of New South Wales, Australia

✤✤ Provides a state-of-the-art overview of the language teaching field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP), spanning its origins and evolution, current research, and future directions ✤✤ Features newly-commissioned contributions from a global team of leading scholars ✤✤ Explores the history of ESP and current areas of research, including speaking, reading, writing, technology, and business, legal, and medical English ✤✤ Considers alternative perspectives on ESP research, covering such topics as genre, intercultural rhetoric, and ethnography READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduate students, and faculty of English for Specific Purposes (ESP), TESOL, and applied linguistics SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

NOV 2012 576PP 978-0-470-65532-0 CL €142.00 

The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences

new in paperback

2nd Edition

EDITED BY WILLIAM J. HARDCASTLE, JOHN LAVER & FIONA E. GIBBON Queen Margaret University College, UK; Queen Margaret University College, UK; University College Cork, Ireland

✤✤ Now in paperback, the extensively revised edition of this authoritative reference work covers key topics in both theoretical and applied areas of speech communication ✤✤ Combines new and influential research, along with articulate, interdisciplinary overviews of the key topics, written by an international team of leading scholars and practitioners ✤✤ Includes nine entirely new chapters in the second edition, covering topics such as phonetic notation and sociophonetics, speech technology, biological perspectives, and prosody READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, researchers, and faculty studying phonetic sciences within linguistics, communication studies, and speech sciences SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

OCT 2012 882PP 978-1-118-35820-7 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-14590-9

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-21478-6

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Linguistics

The Handbook of Language Contact

new in paperback

EDITED BY RAYMOND HICKEY Essen University, Germany

✤✤ Now in paperback, this authoritative reference work explores the field of language contact: the study of how language changes when speakers of different languages and varieties interact ✤✤ Brings together 40 specially-commissioned essays by an international team of scholars ✤✤ Examines a fascinating cross-section of international case studies demonstrating language use in context, including examples from Germanic, Celtic, Asian, African, and American languages ✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics ranging from grammatical theory and computational models of language contact, through to dialectology and fieldwork READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in language contact and change, sociolinguistics, bilingualism, and language theory SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

OCT 2012 888PP 978-1-118-34715-7 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-17580-7

The Handbook of Language and Globalization

new in paperback

EDITED BY NIKOLAS COUPLAND Cardiff University, UK

✤✤ Featuring new research by 36 internationally-known scholars, this single-volume reference work establishes a benchmark for future work in this rapidly developing field ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage is divided into four sections: global multilingualism, world languages and language systems; global discourse; language, values and markets; and language, distance and identities ✤✤ Explores an impressive breadth of topics including tourism, language teaching, social networking, terrorism, and religion, among many others 
Winner of the British Association for Applied Linguistics book award 2011, and now available in paperback READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in language and linguistics, sociology, and intercultural communication SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

OCT 2012 672PP 978-1-118-34717-1 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-17581-4

The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders

new in paperback

EDITED BY JACK S. DAMICO, NICOLE MÜLLER & MARTIN J. BALL All of University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA

✤✤ Provides the first in-depth exploration of the rapidly expanding field of communication disorders, exploring a wide range of topics including language, speech, perception, and cognitive/intellectual issues ✤✤ Examines the current debates, landmark studies, and central themes in the discipline, including analytical methods and assessment ✤✤ Includes a ‘foundations’ section exploring core issues such as social and practical considerations in classification and diversity, genetic syndromes, and principles of assessment and intervention READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates of speech and language pathology within linguistics, psychology, or education; clinicians, researchers, and other practitioners in communication sciences and disorders SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

OCT 2012 672PP 978-1-118-34716-4 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-15862-6 

The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing

new in paperback

EDITED BY ALEXANDER CLARK, CHRIS FOX & SHALOM LAPPIN Royal Holloway, University of London, UK; University of Essex, UK; King’s College, London, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of the concepts, methodologies, and applications in computational linguistics and natural language processing (NLP) – now available in paperback ✤✤ Explores the close connections between scientific understanding of the computational properties of natural language and the creation of effective language technologies ✤✤ Serves as an invaluable state-of-the-art reference source for computational linguists and software engineers developing NLP applications in industrial research and software development READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in computational linguistics and natural language processing, computer science, psychology of language, and philosophy; language software engineers SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

OCT 2012 800PP 978-1-118-34718-8 PR €38.90  CL (2010) 978-1-405-15581-6

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6 volume set

6 Volume Set

GENERAL EDITOR: ANGHARAD N. VALDIVIA University of Illinois at Urbana –Champaign, USA

✤✤ The most definitive resource available in this complex, heterogeneous, multi-methodological and multi-theoretical interdisciplinary field ✤✤ Includes more than 175 essays ✤✤ Contributed to by over 200 leading and emerging scholars from across the globe ✤✤ Arranged across 6 thematic volumes, each with an accessible volume introduction providing an overview of key themes ✤✤ Overseen by an international editorial team of expert scholars ✤✤ Explores media as it is being practiced, produced, and analysed around the world ✤✤ Probes the many dimensions of the subject: history, production, content, audiences, effects, and futures ✤✤ Introductory offer available ✤✤ Also publishing online on Wiley Online Library READERSHIP: Libraries, scholars, and students of Media Studies

JAN 2013 4058PP 978-1-4051-9356-6 CL €900.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £595.00 €770.00 VALID UNTIL 30TH MARCH 2013, PRICE THEREAFTER £700.00 €900.00

The Handbook of Internet Studies

Media & Cultural Studies

The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies

new in paperback

EDITED BY MIA CONSALVO & CHARLES ESS Ohio University, USA; Drury University, USA

✤✤ Presents a wide range of original essays by established scholars in everything from online ethics to ways in which indigenous peoples now use the internet ✤✤ Looks at the role of the internet in modern societies, and the continuing development of internet studies as an academic field ✤✤ Explores internet studies through history, society, culture, and the future of online media ✤✤ Provides introductory frameworks to ground and orientate the student, while also providing more experienced scholars with a convenient and comprehensive overview of the latest trends and critical directions in the many areas of Internet research READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of Internet studies, media, and communications as well as researchers, faculty, and policy makers SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

NOV 2012 512PP 978-1-118-40007-4 PR €38.90  CL (2011) 978-1-405-18588-2

A Companion to New Media Dynamics EDITED BY JOHN HARTLEY, JEAN BURGESS & AXEL BRUNS All of Queensland University of Technology, Australia

✤✤ Presents a state-of-the-art collection of original readings relating to new media in terms of dynamic change ✤✤ Features interdisciplinary contributions encompassing the sciences, social sciences, humanities and creative arts ✤✤ Addresses a wide range of issues from the ownership and regulation of new media to their form and cultural uses ✤✤ Provides readers with a glimpse of new media dynamics at three levels of scale: the ‘macro’ or system level; the ‘meso’ or institutional level; and ‘micro’ or agency level READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses in media, communication, business, economics, humanities, and Information Technology

NOV 2012 512PP 978-1-444-33224-7 CL €155.00 

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Media & Cultural Studies / Journalism

Cultures of Mediatization

polity

ANDREAS HEPP Bremen University, Germany

✤✤ An engaging analysis of an emerging, cutting-edge area of media studies ✤✤ This accessible text is driven by empirical examples and terminology is clearly introduced and explained ✤✤ Examines the concept of ‘mediatization’: the idea that media organizations and technologies now shape all aspects of social life READERSHIP: Students and scholars of media and communication studies

OCT 2012 172PP 978-0-745-66227-5 PR €20.90 / 978-0-745-66226-8 CL €65.90 

Twitter

polity

Social Communication in the Twitter Age

DHIRAJ MURTHY Bowdoin College, USA

✤✤ The first scholarly consideration of the phenomenon that is Twitter ✤✤ There is a huge amount of scholarly and popular interest in Twitter and this book steps back from the hype to consider its true social, political and communicative import ✤✤ The book is anchored around the argument that we live in a time of ‘update cultures’ and uses a broad range of examples, from natural disasters such as the Japanese tsunami, through the site’s use in social movements like the events surrounding the Arab Spring, and celebrity usage READERSHIP: Students taking courses on new media, media and society, digital culture, plus scholars of these areas SERIES: Digital Media and Society

NOV 2012 202PP 978-0-745-65239-9 PR €19.90 / 978-0-745-65238-2 CL €TBA 

The Ironic Spectator

polity

Solidarity in the Age of Post-Humanitarianism

LILIE CHOULIARAKI London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤✤ Analyses how the media present violence globally and the ethical implications this has for audiences ✤✤ Develops an Aristotelian framework in order to understand the issues involved ✤✤ Accessible and engaging text that uses strong, international examples to explicate the philosophy READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students of media and communication studies, especially taking courses on global media or media ethics, and scholars of the same

DEC 2012 253PP 978-0-745-64211-6 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-64210-9 CL €71.90 

Objectivity in Journalism

polity

STEVEN MARAS University of Sydney, Australia

✤✤ An accessible overview of the key topic of objectivity in which the author examines the origins of objectivity, major objections and defences and analyses questions of ethics and regulation ✤✤ Innovative study that examines the different perspectives and theories on objectivity ✤✤ Although focused on objectivity in the US, the book also incorporates international debates from the UK, Australia, India and China READERSHIP: Students of journalism and media ethics series: Key Concepts in Journalism

NOV 2012 248PP 978-0-745-64735-7 PR €20.90 / 978-0-745-64734-0 CL €65.90 

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Action, Angle and Anecdotes 3rd Edition

DAVID E. SUMNER & HOLLY G. MILLER Ball State University, USA; journalist and communications consultant, USA

✤✤ Expanded edition of this popular textbook with new chapters on storytelling for digital media and building a story blog ✤✤ Covers everything from finding original ideas and angles, locating expert sources, marketing your work, and finding jobs in the publishing industry ✤✤ Authors combine academic authority with professional know-how

   

✤✤ Essential reading for anyone wishing to become a strong feature writer READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Communication Studies, Journalism, Media, and Public Relations

DEC 2012 384PP 978-1-118-30513-3 PR €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19204-0 

News and Numbers A Writer’s Guide to Statistics 3rd Edition

VICTOR COHN & LEWIS COPE WITH DEBORAH COHN RUNKLE Washington Post, USA; Star Tribune of Minneapolis-St. Paul, USA; American Association for the Advancement of Science, USA

✤✤ A new edition of this clear and comprehensive introduction to the role, logic and language of statistics for aspiring writers and reporters, updated with new examples, cases and stories throughout ✤✤ Includes new section on computer modeling, missing numbers, health care quality and its costs and risks ✤✤ Features a completely new chapter on reporting on risk ✤✤ Illustrates how an understanding of statistics can help in writing about business, education, environmental policy, sports, health, medicine, politics, crime, and other topics READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students of journalism, technical writing, and science and health

SEPT 2011 200PP 978-1-444-36188-9 CL €65.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-813-81424-7 

Health Communication in the 21st Century 2nd Edition

KEVIN WRIGHT, LISA SPARKS & DAN O’HAIR University of Oklahoma, USA; Chapman University, USA; University of Kentucky, USA

✤✤ Fully revised second edition of this popular and authoritative text ✤✤ Includes fresh material on topics such as crisis communication, health care reform, global health issues, and political issues in health communication ✤✤ New case studies and examples keep the work relevant and student-friendly

Health Communication in the 21st Century

Journalism / Communication Studies

Feature and Magazine Writing

✤✤ Provides effective strategies for healthcare organizations and individuals in communicating with patients READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and post graduates of public health, health communication, health psychology, and medical sociology, among others

DEC 2012 400PP 978-0-470-67272-3 PR €32.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15593-9

The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication

new in paperback

EDITED BY THOMAS K. NAKAYAMA & RONA TAMIKO HALUALANI Northeastern University, USA; San Jose State University, USA

✤✤ A consolidated resource of works that highlights all aspects of this developing field, its historical inception, logics, terms, and possibilities ✤✤ Traces the significant historical developments in intercultural communication ✤✤ Helps students and scholars to revisit, assess, and reflect on the formation of critical intercultural communication studies ✤✤ Posits new directions for the field in terms of theorizing, knowledge production, and social justice engagement READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduates and scholars of cultural studies, communication studies, ethnic studies, anthropology, or sociology SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

NOV 2012 648PP 978-1-118-40008-1 PR €38.90 

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Sociology

Qualitative Research Methods

Collecting Evidence, Crafting Analysis, Communicating Impact

SARAH TRACY Arizona State University-Tempe, USA

Qualitative Research Methods

✤✤ Reveals how qualitative data can be used to address personal, organizational, and social problems ✤✤ Serves as a “how-to” guide for qualitative/ethnographic research, detailing how to design a project, conduct interviews and focus groups, interpret and analyze data, and represent it in a compelling manner ✤✤ Covers such topics as the history of human subjects and how to navigate institutional review board approval; how to recruit interviewees and transcribe ✤✤ Features a chapter detailing the use of qualitative data analysis software and a number of advanced data analysis techniques READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses such as Research Methods, Interpretive Research, Ethnography, and Critical Research Methods

DEC 2012 330PP 978-1-4051-9202-6 PR €32.90 / 978-1-4051-9203-3 CL €65.90 

Émile Durkheim

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A Biography

MARCEL FOURNIER University of Montreal, Canada

✤✤ The standard work on the life and thought of Émile Durkheim, written by the world’s leading expert ✤✤ Analysis of never-before published manuscripts, correspondence and notes provide new insights into his life and work ✤✤ Sheds fresh light on Durkheim’s personality and character, his family life, his relationship with Judaism and his political views READERSHIP: Students in sociology, especially those interested in Durkheim’s thought

NOV 2012 852PP 978-0-745-64645-9 CL €44.90 

Liquid Surveillance

polity

A Conversation

ZYGMUNT BAUMAN & DAVID LYON University of Leeds, UK; Queen’s University, Canada

✤✤ An insightful and innovative text that examines how the idea of liquid surveillance helps us to understand the modern world of tracing, sorting and watching ✤✤ Engages with both historical debates and contemporary developments and is international in scope ✤✤ Covers topics such as the loss of anonymity on social media, new media and the ethics of surveillance READERSHIP: Students of sociology, social theory and surveillance studies SERIES: Polity Conversations series

NOV 2012 176PP 978-0-745-66283-1 PR €12.90 / 978-0-745-66282-4 CL €51.90 

Contested Knowledge Social Theory Today 5th Edition

STEVEN SEIDMAN State University of New York at Albany, USA

✤✤ A new edition of this critically-acclaimed textbook exploring contemporary issues, new social movements, and current topics in social theory, written by a renowned author ✤✤ Updated throughout, offering in-depth discussions of the latest debates in social theory on intimacy, postcolonial nationalism, and the concept of ‘the other’  

✤✤ Argues that the era of the great ‘universalist theorists’ (such as Bourdieu, Habermas, and Foucault) has ended, and reveals instead a shift towards networks of interdisciplinary debates on issues such as citizenship, nationalism, globalization, and cosmopolitanism READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of sociological theory, sociology, cultural studies, and social activism

NOV 2012 344PP 978-1-118-22790-9 PR €28.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17001-7 

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Principles and Paradoxes

AMY E. GUPTILL, DENISE A. COPELTON & BETSY LUCAL SUNY College at Brockport, USA; Indiana University South Bend, USA

✤✤ Timely exploration of social perspectives on food, food practices, and the modern food system that engages readers’ curiosity through a selection of intriguing and insightful case studies ✤✤ Covers topics such as food’s role in socialization, identity, work, health and social change, as well as food marketing and the changing global food system ✤✤ Broad-ranging perspective makes the book ideal for courses on the sociology of food, anthropology of food, food studies, and food and culture

Sociology

Food & Society

READERSHIP: Upper-level students across the social sciences studying food in society

NOV 2012 230PP 978-0-745-64282-6 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-64281-9 CL €71.90 

Gender, Work, and Economy

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Unpacking the Global Economy

HEIDI GOTTFRIED Wayne State University, USA

✤✤ An eye-opening and engaging overview of understanding how the world of work and the economy intersect with gender ✤✤ Fully up-to-date, the book draws on recent data, and analyses contemporary trends and political/economic issues such as the financial crisis and recession ✤✤ Takes a global perspective from both industrialized and developing countries to broaden the debates and reflect the global interconnections in today’s world READERSHIP: Upper-level students of the sociology of work, gender and work, economic sociology and related areas

NOV 2012 338PP 978-0-745-64765-4 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-64764-7 CL €71.90 

The City

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DEBORAH STEVENSON University of Western Sydney, Australia

✤✤ A thematic examination of core issues and trends in urban life today, such as the way in which cities are built, experienced, understood and governed ✤✤ Weaves together contemporary urban theory, diverse bodies of thought and case examples, as well as intriguing original research findings and brings a rich sociological lens to the study of ‘what is the city?’ ✤✤ Examples are drawn from around the world to examine the city in different national and local contexts as well as different historical and political moments READERSHIP: International readership of upper-level students in fields including urban sociology, urban studies, development studies and human geography SERIES: Key Concepts in the Social Sciences

OCT 2012 216PP 978-0-745-64890-3 PR €20.90 / 978-0-745-64889-7 CL €65.90 

The Body in Society

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An Introduction 2nd Edition

ALEXANDRA HOWSON Formerly of the University of Edinburgh and the University of Aberdeen, UK

✤✤ New edition of an accessible introduction to the sociology of the body, including cultural, social and theoretical approaches to the body ✤✤ Introduces students to the key theoretical perspectives and conceptual frameworks which help us to understand the social significance of the human body ✤✤ Filled with intriguing examples, such as diet regimes, personal hygiene, dress, and body modification, to help readers engage with this fascinating discipline READERSHIP: Undergraduates in sociology, media and cultural studies, gender studies, and related disciplines, such as anthropology

NOV 2012 246PP 978-0-745-65441-6 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-65440-9 CL €71.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62538-6 (PR) REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62537-9 (CL)

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Sociology

Social Causes of Health and Disease

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2nd Edition

WILLIAM C. COCKERHAM University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

✤✤ A leading medical sociologist provides a frank examination of the evidence for the social causes of health and disease ✤✤ Offers a coherent introduction to social epidemiology, as well as challenging existing literature that only focuses on individual causes of illness and disease ✤✤ This new updated edition includes expanded material on key areas such as race and health, as well as on health and social policy READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in medical sociology, as well as scholars in the field

DEC 2012 246PP 978-0-745-66120-9 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-66119-3 CL €71.90 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63588-0 (PR) REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63587-3 (CL)

Gender

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2nd Edition

HARRIET BRADLEY University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ New edition of a popular and highly lauded introduction to gender - the first edition won Choice’s outstanding academic title award – written in an engaging and lively style, using life narratives and life stories to help contextualize the theory ✤✤ Provides an excellent survey of the key theoretical approaches that have been developed in gender studies, and how they relate to social and political life ✤✤ Updated throughout, particularly paying attention to the intricacies of gender relations in the light of recent feminist activities and ‘new roles’ for men READERSHIP: Students of gender studies, sociology and related disciplines at all levels SERIES: Key Concepts in the Social Sciences

OCT 2012 280PP 978-0-745-66116-2 PR €20.90 / 978-0-745-66115-5 CL €65.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62377-1 (PR) REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62376-4 (CL)

Sinews of the Nation

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Constructing Irish and Zionist Bonds in the United States

Dan Lainer-Vos University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ A highly original book about nation-building that focuses on the crucial and neglected role played by fundraising ✤✤ Compares the differing ways that Irish republicans and the Zionist movement secured financial support in the United States during the first half of the twentieth century ✤✤ By focusing on the organizational mechanisms through which disparate groups are bound to the nation through fund-raising, this book challenges the common view of nation-building that sees it primarily in terms of creating unifying symbols of the nation READERSHIP: Students and academics in sociology and politics, and interested general readers

OCT 2012 224PP 978-0-745-66265-7 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-66264-0 CL €71.90 

Social Control

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An Introduction 2nd Edition

JAMES J. CHRISS Cleveland State University, USA

✤✤ New edition of a popular and engaging guide to debates about social control. It assumes no specialist knowledge, written in a clear style eminently suitable for use as an introductory text ✤✤ Balances a comprehensive guide to key theories with examination of recent controversies and phenomena such as terrorism laws and surveillance ✤✤ Topics include racial profiling and housing segregation, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness, and how work, media and religion act as agents of social control READERSHIP: Upper-level students taking courses in social control and deviance, medical sociology, the sociology of law, the sociology of everyday life, and criminology

DEC 2012 288PP 978-0-745-65439-3 PR €24.90 / 978-0-745-65438-6 CL €71.90 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63858-4 (PR) REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63857-7 (CL)

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New Perspectives on Food and Society

EDITED BY DAVID EVANS, HUGH CAMPBELL & ANNE MURCOTT University of Manchester, UK; University of Otago, New Zealand; School of Oriental and African Studies Food Studies Centre, UK

✤✤ Provides the first volume to explore potential sociological approaches to the important and yet hugely under-researched topic of food waste

Waste Matters

✤✤ Shows how the profile of waste has suddenly increased as a topic of sociological relevance, and its important role in cultural and economic organization ✤✤ Explores issues including the regulation of food systems, the social dynamics of domestic kitchens, dumpster-diving and freeganism, and socio-technical innovations for waste reduction ✤✤ Brings together theoretical and empirical contributions from a range of disciplinary perspectives READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduate students, faculty, and researchers of sociology, social theory, and food technology SERIES: SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW MONOGRAPHS

NOV 2012 200PP 978-1-118-39431-1 PR €TBA 

Live Sociological Methods EDITED BY LES BACK & NIRMAL PUWAR Both of Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

✤✤ Studies the practice of sociological imagination, the aim of which is to make social research responsive to social life – to bring it alive ✤✤ Explores live methods including experimentation, attentiveness, collaboration, multi-media platforms, public sociology, the game of social life and research, idiotic methods, scavenging, mapping and topologies

Sociology / Politics

Waste Matters

Live Sociological Methods

✤✤ Global in scope and inter-woven by theoretical and methodological considerations ✤✤ Reflects the innovative work being undertaken at the Methods Lab at Goldsmiths University, whose team are committed to developing inventive ways of ‘doing sociology’ READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, faculty, and researchers within sociology SERIES: SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW MONOGRAPHS

OCT 2012 200PP 978-1-444-33959-8 PR €23.90 

Systems of Privilege

Intersections, Awareness, and Applications

EDITED BY KIM A. CASE & JONATHAN IUZZINI University of Houston-Clear Lake, USA; Monroe Community College, USA

✤✤ Explores the psychological and behavioural consequences of privilege, and how – based on race, sex, class, gender identity, religion, and sexuality – it functions through many forms of oppression ✤✤ Brings together a team of contributors from sociology, psychology, education, and women’s studies to create an interdisciplinary volume of work ✤✤ Features a concluding article by Peggy McIntosh, author of the influential 1988 paper on male and white privilege that inspired research in privilege studies READERSHIP: Postgraduates, faculty, and researchers interested in privilege studies within social psychology, sociology, education, gender studies, and cultural studies; training professionals within human resources SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES

OCT 2012 200PP 978-1-118-39758-9 PR €34.90 

Intelligent Governance for the 21st Century

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A Middle Way between West and East

NICHOLAS BERGGRUEN & NATHAN GARDELS Nicolas Berggruen Institute, USA

✤✤ A thought-provoking analysis of liberal democracy and argument for a new system of ‘intelligent governance’ ✤✤ The authors provide a comparative study of the ‘consumer democracies’ of the West and the meteoric rise of China and examine the effects of these systems of governance ✤✤ As the 21st Century unfolds, both of these core systems of the global order must contend with the same reality: a genuinely multi-polar world where no single power dominates and in which societies themselves are becoming increasingly diverse ✤✤ The authors argue that a new system of ‘intelligent governance’ is required to meet these new challenges READERSHIP: General readership, public policy and foreign policy communities

OCT 2012 200PP 978-0-745-65973-2 CL €25.90 

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Politics

Water

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DAVID L. FELDMAN University of California, Irvine, USA

✤✤ This is a new title in Polity’s ‘Resources’ series – a range of short, accessible books designed to introduce readers to the geopolitical battles over the world’s most crucial resources ✤✤ Examines key issues such as the impact of climate change on supply, water pollution and efforts to privatize water supplies ✤✤ Draws on a rich range of examples from the US, UK, China, Brazil, sub-Saharan Africa, and the Middle East READERSHIP: Students of politics, geography, environmental studies, natural resources management and general readers interested in current affairs SERIES: Resources

SEPT 2012 200PP 978-0-745-65033-3 PR €16.90 / 978-0-745-65032-6 CL 

Land

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DEREK HALL Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

✤✤ Develops an original interdisciplinary framework for understanding political struggles over land ✤✤ Draws on a range of compelling contemporary examples from across the globe ✤✤ Examines the ways in which conflicts over land relate to issues of territory, property and regulation READERSHIP: Students of politics, geography, environmental studies and general readers interested in current affairs SERIES: Resources

DEC 2012 176PP 978-0-745-65277-1 PR €16.90 / 978-0-745-65276-4 CL €51.90 

Globalization and the Environment

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Capitalism, Ecology and Power

PETER NEWELL University of Sussex, UK

✤✤ Gives a thorough, comprehensive overview of the key aspects of globalization, clearly contextualizing them within debates about the environment ✤✤ Draws on a sophisticated interdisciplinary framework to advance new ways of thinking about the relationship between globalization and the environment ✤✤ Adopts a political approach, sensitive to power relations and political economy READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in globalization, development studies, politics of the environment and international political economy

AUG 2012 203PP 978-0-745-64723-4 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-64722-7 CL €71.90 

US Foreign Policy in Action JEFFREY S. LANTIS The College of Wooster, USA

✤✤ An innovative introduction designed to bring the politics of foreign policy to life, written by an awardwinning teacher-scholar in international relations

US Foreign Policy in Action

✤✤ Provides critical analysis of contemporary trends in U.S. foreign policy, including debates on the Obama administration and reaction to the Arab Spring ✤✤ Offers fresh perspectives on historical developments and prominent foreign policy theories, and includes innovative participatory learning exercises exploring themes such as executive / legislature conflict  

✤✤ Features additional online instructor resources, including an appendix on US history and terrorism, bonus exercises and discussion questions, and a guide to teaching and learning with film READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying U.S. foreign policy within political science, international affairs, international economics, American studies, and related courses SERIES: PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

DEC 2012 352PP 978-1-444-33100-4 PR €29.90 / 978-1-444-33099-1 CL €65.90 

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polity

2nd Edition

PETER GILL & MARK PHYTHIAN Liverpool John Moores University, UK; University of Leicester, UK

✤✤ Fully revised and updated new edition of this classic guide to the field ✤✤ Sets out a comprehensive framework for all aspects of the study of intelligence, dealing with issues ranging from collection, analysis and dissemination to intelligence failures

Politics

Intelligence in an Insecure World

✤✤ Rich with contemporary examples, this new edition brings the book fully up to date, dealing with the full range of 21st-century intelligence issues READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students of conflict and security studies, intelligence studies, international relations and related disciplines

OCT 2012 275PP 978-0-745-65279-5 PR €24.90 / 978-0-745-65278-8 CL €71.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-65279-5 (PR) REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63244-5 (CL)

Women and Wars

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EDITED BY CAROL COHN Director of the Boston Consortium for Gender, Security and Human Rights, USA

✤✤ A groundbreaking textbook examining the complex relationship between women, gender and war, from the home front to the battlefront ✤✤ Gives a rich account of the previously untold stories which make up the female experience of war ✤✤ Provides readers with the analytical tools to situate women’s war experiences within the global context of gendered social life ✤✤ Includes contributions from the very best scholars working in the field READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying women and war, also gender and international relations, war and peace studies, international security and women’s studies

OCT 2012 312PP 978-0-745-64245-1 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-64244-4 CL €71.90 

Dictatorship

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From the origin of the modern concept of sovereignty to proletarian class struggle

CARL SCHMITT ✤✤ Carl Schmitt is widely recognized as one of the most important political theorists of the 20th century. This is the only remaining work by Carl Schmitt which has not yet been translated into English ✤✤ In this book, Schmitt intervenes in the heated debates during the interwar period on the right nature and form of government by providing a systematic and historical analysis of the concept of dictatorship in the crisis following the First World War ✤✤ There has been a resurgence of interest in Schmitt’s work and this book will have a long shelf life READERSHIP: Graduates and academics in politics and political theory, political philosophy and legal theory

DEC 2012 330PP 978-0-745-64648-0 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-64647-3 CL €71.90 

Retrieving The Big Society EDITED BY JASON EDWARDS Birkbeck, University of London, UK

✤✤ Offers an original and critical take on the idea of the ‘Big Society’ in Britain – a Conservative flagship policy which has dominated political headlines ✤✤ Challenges the criticism of it being a political gimmick and recognizes it as an alternative to the central state in social and economic governance ✤✤ Attempts to make sense of the Big Society by placing in the context of the history of localism, mutualism, and voluntarism ✤✤ Features contributions by a team of experts on British politics and political theory READERSHIP: Faculty, researchers, political journalists, and practitioners within British politics, public policy, and political theory SERIES: POLITICAL QUARTERLY MONOGRAPH

OCT 2012 200PP 978-1-118-36878-7 PR €23.90 

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Business / Finance

Leadership ARTHUR PADILLA North Carolina State University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on the leadership process, using practical examples backed up by theory and research

Leadership

✤✤ Concentrates on all three critical aspects of leader, follower and organisational setting ✤✤ Contains appropriate, contemporary, and lively case studies, as well as exercises that illustrate the key points READERSHIP: MBA students, and professionals interested in organisational behaviour

OCT 2012 400PP 978-0-470-90720-7 CL €155.00 

Accounting 3rd Edition

MICHAEL JONES University of Bristol, UK

Accounting

✤✤ Provides an easy-to-follow introduction to accounting ✤✤ Brings the subject to life with numerous real life examples ✤✤ Company Camera’ boxes present financial data from a wide variety of international companies, such as Heineken, Nokia and Volkswagen ✤✤ A comprehensive, accompanying website includes solutions, extra question material and PowerPoint slides for lecturers, multiple choice quizzes and an online glossary for students READERSHIP: Undergraduate and MBA students taking a first course in accounting

OCT 2012 764PP 978-1-119-97718-6 PR €59.90 

Contemporary Issues in Accounting MICHAELA RANKIN, PATRICIA STANTON, SUSAN McGOWAN, KIMBERLY FERLAUTO & MATTHEW TILLING ✤✤ Explores advanced accounting concepts and policies by applying them to a range of contemporary accounting issues ✤✤ Discusses the issues being considered in professional practice such as approaches to measurement, fair value accounting, the Conceptual Framework for financial reporting, corporate governance, environmental accounting, and sustainability ✤✤ Adopts a practical approach which allows students to use their accounting knowledge to discuss, analyse, and critically evaluate a range of issues they are likely to deal with once they enter the profession READERSHIP: For upper level students and those taking advanced financial accounting subjects

MAY 2012 552PP 978-0-730-30026-7 PR €99.90 

Chartered Accountants Auditing & Assurance Handbook 2012 ICAA (The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia) ✤✤ Contains a copy of the ICAA Auditing & Assurance Handbook 2012, and a copy of the ICAA Financial Reporting Handbook 2012 ✤✤ The ICAA Auditing and Assurance Handbook 2012 incorporates a comprehensive listing of Australian Auditing Standards in Clarity format, Guidance Statements and professional, and ethical standards as at 1 December 2011 ✤✤ The ICAA Financial Reporting Handbook 2012 incorporates a comprehensive listing of Australian Accounting Standards and Interpretations applicable at 30 June 2011, as issued at 1 December 2011 READERSHIP: Financial accountants

APR 2012 2152PP 978-0-730-30419-7 PR €61.90 

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Economics

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Growth EDITED BY PHILIP McCANN & LES OXLEY University of Groningen, The Netherlands; University of Waikato, New Zealand

✤✤ Provides a timely, accessible review of how we understand the complex links between innovation, entrepreneurship, geography, and growth ✤✤ Offers a highly comprehensive roadmap of the range of issues addressed by research in these areas ✤✤ Reflects the recent developments in these relationships through the use of micro-econometric and survey data, enabling examination of more disaggregated geographical and institutional issues ✤✤ Brings together a team of leading figures in the field who contribute a variety of theoretical, empirical, and institutional perspectives READERSHIP: Upper-level students, faculty, and researchers in economics and economic geography SERIES: SURVEYS OF RECENT RESEARCH IN ECONOMICS

DEC 2012 200PP 978-1-118-42728-6 PR €25.90 

Economic Policy 72 EDITED BY GEORGES DE MENIL, RICHARD PORTES, HANS-WERNER SINN, TULLIO JAPPELLI, PHILIP LANE, PHILIPPE MARTIN & JAN VAN OURS Delta ENS, France; London Business School, UK; University of Munich, Germany; University of Naples, Italy; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, PSE, France; Tilberg University, The Netherlands

✤✤ Brings together a team of leading economists and policy experts to provide a concise and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy ✤✤ Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that is always early in identifying current and emerging policy topics ✤✤ Each of the newly-commissioned papers is discussed by a panel of distinguished economists ✤✤ Employs a unique approach guaranteed to spark incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduate students, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in economics; economists in international economic agencies and research centres SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

OCT 2012 288PP 978-1-444-35099-9 PR €32.90 

Introduction to Economics Social Issues and Economic Thinking

W. A. STOCK ✤✤ Presents a realistic picture of current economic thought through an understanding of theory, and the application of issues ✤✤ Provides concepts in economics, and how they relate to real issues in life

Introduction to Economics

✤✤ Delves into economics by looking at Crime, Labour Markets, Drug Use, Population etc, using the “tools” of economics READERSHIP: Lecturers and students taking economics or introductory economics courses

NOV 2012 416PP 978-0-470-57478-2 PR €95.90 

International Trade JOHN MCLAREN ✤✤ Reviews economic models, and presents theories to explain the benefits and goals of trade between countries ✤✤ Offers a rigorous, and unique presentation of stories about countries in today’s world ✤✤ Includes standard theoretical constructs, and economic models

International Trade

READERSHIP: Lecturers, and students studying economics and international trade

NOV 2012 352PP 978-0-470-40879-7 PR €122.00 

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Hospitality

Service Concepts in Hospitality Management PAUL J. BAGDAN ✤✤ Adopts the premise that there is no one simple solution to managing people who provide customer service ✤✤ Discusses issues and dispels myths about customer service with concepts that are solid, and proven in the industry ✤✤ Includes all of the major areas of the hospitality industry as they relate to delivering quality customer service ✤✤ Provides a history and overview of guest service and other essential topics, including problem-solving, quality tools and assessments, staffing, marketing, and strategic planning READERSHIP: Professionals working in the hospitality industry

NOV 2012 368PP 978-1-118-07180-9 CL €71.90 

Cooking to the Image A Plating Handbook

ELAINE SIKORSKI

Cooking to the Image

✤✤ Provides a map of how a chef creates a plate of food by considering common questions such as: Where in the menu is this food item to be placed? And how will it be served?  ✤✤ Makes visible the fundamental meanings in plated presentations ✤✤ Outlines how personal creativity and professional traditions fuse to create successful plated presentations of food READERSHIP: Chefs and those working in the culinary arts

OCT 2012 192PP 978-1-118-07597-5 PR €44.90 

Foodservice Management Fundamentals DENNIS REYNOLDS  

Foodservice Management Fundamentals

✤✤ Focuses on the tools necessary for managing foodservice operations in today’s aggressive business environment ✤✤ Shows readers how to position, manage, and leverage a successful food service operation, both commercial, and non-commercial, in a variety of venues ✤✤ Adopts a menu-driven approach, and features management tools, best practices, and techniques READERSHIP: Hospitality, culinary, and nutrition students enrolled in restaurant management and food & beverage management courses

NOV 2012 592PP 978-0-470-40906-0 CL €77.90 

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Meetings and Events Industry ELIZABETH V. HENDERSON & MARIELA McILWRAITH ✤✤ Celebrates what has already been achieved in moving the meetings, and events industry towards a more sustainable future ✤✤ Pushes the boundaries of imagination to visualise what might be possible in the years to come ✤✤ Includes a wealth of information on new sustainability tools: new standards, new technologies, and even new books READERSHIP: Professionals working in the events and hospitality industry SERIES: The Wiley Event Management Series

OCT 2012 320PP 978-1-118-07355-1 CL €63.90 

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Anthropological Perspectives on Mortuary Rituals

EDITED BY M. S. CHESSON ✤✤ A rich collection of archaeological and ethnographic case studies of death, identity, and social memory illustrates how much archaeologists can learn from ethnographers, and ethnographers from archaeologists ✤✤ Demonstrates the powerful efficacy of a cross-field or cross-disciplinary approach to analyzing rituals associated with death ✤✤ Part of the Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Book Series

Social Memory, Identity, and Death

READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 140PP 978-1-931-30302-6 PR €26.90 

The Space and Place of Death EDITED BY H. SILVERMAN & DAVID B. SMALL University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤✤ Explores the under considered aspect of spatiality in death practice: the importance of landscape and physical context in understanding mortuary rituals ✤✤ Considers issues such as the siting of mortuary facilities; the interplay of agency and expressive style in the funerary context; and the recognition, cultural reconstruction, and explanation of death landscapes

The Space and Place of Death

✤✤ The studies in this volume range widely in area location, cultural and temporal focus, and theoretical approach READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 211PP 978-1-931-30307-1 PR €26.90 

Anthropology & Archaeology

Social Memory, Identity, and Death

Beyond Belief

The Archaeology of Religion and Ritual

EDITED BY YORKE M. ROWAN University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Details recent archaeological explorations of ancient religion and sacred ritual ✤✤ Brings multiple perspectives and differing methodological approaches to case studies representing widely divergent regions and time periods ✤✤ Illustrates some of the most recent methodological and theoretical approaches to the archaeological study of ancient religion and ritual READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; Scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 196PP 978-1-118-42439-1 PR €26.90 

Children in Action

Perspectives on the Archaeology of Childhoods

EDITED BY J. E. BAXTER DePaul University, USA

✤✤ Describes the broader themes and histories in the archaeological and anthropological study of childhood ✤✤ Addresses the long-standing omission of children in the study of social, economic, religious, and political studies of the past

Children in Action

✤✤ An important contribution to scholars of research methods, the history of the disciplines of anthropology and archaeology, social historians and those interested in cross-cultural perspectives on children READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; Scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 136PP 978-1-118-35707-1 PR €26.90 

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Anthropology & Archaeology / Geography

Archaeology Is Anthropology EDITED BY SUSAN D. GILLESPIE & DEBORAH L. NICHOLS University of Florida, USA; Dartmouth University, USA

✤✤ Examines the arguably uneasy placement of archaeology within the discipline of anthropology

Archaeology Is Anthropology

✤✤ Evaluates the reasons put forward for separation against those in favour of maintaining the identity and practice of archaeologists as anthropologists ✤✤ Considers the various intellectual factors involved: historical, methodological, and theoretical READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; Scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 175PP 978-1-931-30312-5 PR €26.90 

Craft and Social Inquiry EDITED BY CATHY L. COSTIN & RITA P. WRIGHT California State University, Northridge, USA; New York University, USA

✤✤ Considers craft goods as social objects that signify and legitimize group membership and social roles, how they become reserves of wealth, storing intrinsically valuable materials, and the labour invested in their manufacture

Craft and Social Inquiry

✤✤ Addresses questions of artisan identity, social identity, and what these inquiries contribute to our understanding of both social and economic organization ✤✤ Part of the Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Book Series READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; Scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 189PP 978-0-913-16790-8 PR €26.90 

Foundations of Power in the Prehispanic Andes EDITED BY KEVIN J. VAUGHN, DENNIS OGBURN & CHRISTINA A. CONLEE

Foundations of Power in the Prehispanic Andes

Purdue University, USA; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; Texas State University, USA

✤✤ Investigates how the issue of power is approached by scholars of the South American Andes ✤✤ Brings together an array of approaches-both theoretical and methodological – as they are currently being employed by archaeologists in the Andes ✤✤ Enriches the study of the emergence of complex societies, the origins of the state, and dynamics of sociopolitical organization in well-known societies like the Chav´ýn, Nasca, Wari, Tiwanaku, and Inca and in less-well-known groups, such as the pre- and post-Tiwanaku societies of the altiplano and the Late Intermediate Period groups of the south coast of Peru READERSHIP: Professional Archaeologists and Anthropologists; Scholars and students in the fields SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

OCT 2012 280PP 978-1-931-30320-0 PR €26.90 

Geographic Thought A Critical Introduction

TIM CRESSWELL Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

✤✤ An engaging and accessible account of the major thinkers and key theoretical developments in the field of human geography ✤✤ Covers the complete range of the development of theoretical knowledge in this subject, from ancient geography to cutting-edge theories such as Geographic Information Science

✤✤ Covers topics including the legacy of Darwin and Marx, the emergence of anarchist geographies, the impact of feminism, and myriad other important issues ✤✤ Stresses the importance of geographic thought and its relevance to our understanding of what it is to be human READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students of geographic thought, human geography, and those studying the development of theory in geography SERIES: CRITICAL INTRODUCTIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

DEC 2012 320PP 978-1-405-16939-4 PR €25.90 / 978-1-405-16940-0 CL €77.90 

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Space, Nature, Politics

EDITED BY MICHAEL EKERS, GILLIAN HART, STEFAN KIPFER & ALEX LOFTUS University of Toronto, Canada; University of California Berkeley, USA; York University, Toronto, Canada; Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

✤✤ Provides a unique collection focused on Antonio Gramsci’s work on space and nature and his approach to geographical and ecological debates ✤✤ Retains Gramsci’s revolutionary orientation, yet represents a substantially different reading of his work from dominant post-Marxist, anarchist, and post-anarchist perspectives ✤✤ Forges a new approach within human geography, environmental studies and development theory, building on Gramsci’s innovative philosophy of praxis READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers within human geography, political geography, political ecology, and those studying radical or critical geography courses in related fields SERIES: ANTIPODE BOOK SERIES

NOV 2012 392PP 978-1-444-33970-3 PR €25.90 / 978-1-444-33971-0 CL €71.90 

Banking Across Boundaries Placing Finance in Capitalism

BRETT CHRISTOPHERS Uppsala University, Sweden

✤✤ An original contribution to the current debates on banking sparked by the economic crisis

Geography / History

Gramsci

✤✤ Offers a unique perspective on the geographical and social concept of ‘placement’ of the banking industry ✤✤ Details the globalization of Western banking, and analyzes how representations of the banking sector’s productiveness have shifted throughout the evolution of Western economic theory ✤✤ Illuminates not only how economic ideas ‘perform’ and shape the economic world, but how those ideas are themselves always products of particular economic realities READERSHIP: Faculty and researchers within human and economic geography, economic and financial history, economic sociology, international political economy, and economic theory SERIES: ANTIPODE BOOK SERIES

DEC 2012 272PP 978-1-444-33828-7 PR €25.90 / 978-1-444-33829-4 CL €71.90 

A Short History of Migration

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MASSIMO LIVI BACCI University of Florence, Italy

✤✤ A succinct and masterly overview of the history of migration, from the earliest movements of human beings out of Africa into Asia and Europe to the present day ✤✤ Separate chapters deal with the migration flows between Europe and the rest of the world in the 19th and 20th centuries and with the turbulent and complex migratory history of the Americas ✤✤ Livi Bacci shows that, over the centuries, migration has been a fundamental human prerogative and has been an essential element in economic development and the achievement of improved standards of living READERSHIP: Relevant courses in history, sociology, politics and geography where migration is an important topic, and as a primer text for more advanced graduate courses on migration

OCT 2012 168PP 978-0-745-66187-2 PR €16.90 / 978-0-745-66186-5 CL €57.90 

Violence and Punishment

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Civilizing the Body Through Time

PIETER SPIERENBURG Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

✤✤ A leading figure in historical criminology tells the fascinating tale of the long histories of violence, punishment, and the human body ✤✤ Rich in coverage, the content extends over three continents, and back to the Middle Ages and even beyond to the Stone Age ✤✤ Examines a range of topics, from murder to etiquette, from social control to popular culture, from religion to death, and from honour to prisons ✤✤ Combines intriguing stories and examples with a creative use of key theorists such as Norbert Elias, Michel Foucault and Émile Durkheim READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of the history of crime and violence, criminology and the sociology of violence

NOV 2012 226PP 978-0-745-65349-5 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-65348-8 CL €71.90 

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History

Cardenio between Cervantes and Shakespeare

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The Story of a Lost Play

ROGER CHARTIER Collège de France

✤✤ This is a major new work by one of France’s leading historians which explores some big questions of literary and cultural history: how should we read a text that does not exist, or present a play the manuscript of which is lost and the identity of whose author cannot be established for certain? ✤✤ The book explores these questions by focusing on Cardenio – a play performed in England for the first time in 1612 or 1613 and attributed forty years later to Shakespeare ✤✤ Its plot is that of a ‘novella’ inserted into Cervantes’ Don Quixote, a work that circulated throughout the major countries of Europe, where it was translated and adapted for the theatre ✤✤ By reconstructing the history of this play, Chartier sheds new light on the malleability of texts, on their migrations from one genre to another, and on the status, in the past, of works today judged to be canonical READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars in history, literature, drama and modern languages

NOV 2012 256PP 978-0-745-66185-8 PR €23.90 / 978-0-745-66184-1 CL €71.90 

A History of Modern Europe From 1815 to the Present

ALBERT S. LINDEMANN University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

A History of Modern Europe

✤✤ Concise, readable single volume covering Europe from the early nineteenth century through the early twenty-first century ✤✤ Provides a fresh, concise perspective on European history through vigorous interpretation of events ✤✤ Offers a clear and thought-provoking treatment of major historical themes ✤✤ Lively narrative reflects complexity of modern European history, but remains accessible to those unfamiliar with the field

READERSHIP: Undergraduates on survey courses of modern European history, political science students, and general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL CONCISE HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD

DEC 2012 400PP 978-1-405-12187-3 PR €25.90 / 978-1-405-12186-6 CL €65.90 

The United States in World War II A Documentary Reader

EDITED BY G. KURT PIEHLER Florida State University, USA

✤✤ Includes 60 essential documents, including many that have never been published, that completely cover the period from the lead up to war – and the debate about whether the United States should join, to the aftermath and commemoration of the war ✤✤ Offers a diverse selection of perspectives from Americans who lived through World War II ✤✤ Illustrates the political, diplomatic and military history of the conflict, including well-known documents, such as the Atlantic Charter and Franklin Roosevelt’s Congressional address requesting a declaration of war against Japan ✤✤ Highlights the far-reaching economic, social and cultural changes caused by the war READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking courses in World War II, 20th Century American History, US History 1914-1945, and US history 1933 to the present SERIES: UNCOVERING THE PAST: DOCUMENTARY READERS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

NOV 2012 256PP 978-1-444-33120-2 PR €29.90 / 978-1-444-33119-6 CL €65.90 

Contemporary Latin America 1970 to the Present

ROBERT H. HOLDEN & RINA VILLARS Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA; independent scholar and author

✤✤ Provides a fresh approach and a new interpretation of the seismic changes of the last 40 years in Latin America ✤✤ Introduces major themes from a humanistic and universal perspective, putting each subject in a context that readers can understand and relate to ✤✤ Focuses on ‘Ibero-America’- Brazil and the eighteen countries that were formerly Spanish possessions – while treating the non-Iberian areas of the Caribbean comparatively

✤✤ Emphasizes the global, regional and national dimensions of the region’s recent past READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of Twentieth Century Mexican, Central American, Caribbean and South American History, Latin American Business, Economics, Literature, Politics, Society and Culture, as well as general readers and professionals in the fields of law, business, diplomacy, journalism and other fields whose work encompasses Latin America or its peoples SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

OCT 2012 352PP 978-1-405-13971-7 PR €25.90 / 978-1-405-13970-0 CL €77.90 

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Creoles Vs. Peninsulars?

MARK A. BURKHOLDER University of Missouri, St. Louis, USA

✤✤ Covers three centuries of Spanish colonial power, beginning in the sixteenth century ✤✤ Explores social tension between creole and peninsular factions, connecting this friction with later colonial bids for independence ✤✤ Draws on recent research by Spanish and Spanish-American historians as well as Anglophone scholars

History

Spaniards in the Colonial Empire

✤✤ Includes some coverage of Brazil and British colonies READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Latin America; students of Latin American history or literature; upper-division courses on colonial Latin America or Early Latin America; lower-division courses in Atlantic history SERIES: VIEWPOINTS / PUNTOS DE VISTA

DEC 2012 216PP 978-1-405-19641-3 PR €16.90 / 978-1-405-19642-0 CL €57.90 

A Companion to World War II

2 volume set

EDITED BY THOMAS W. ZEILER & DANIEL M. DUBOIS Both of University of Colorado, Boulder USA

✤✤ A collection of 58 original historiographic essays arranged across two volumes that include cutting-edge research ✤✤ Explores the war’s military, social, economic, and political dimensions ✤✤ Analyzes the roles of neutral nations during the war ✤✤ Covers the causes, key battles, and consequences of the war READERSHIP: Scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates in history and international relations SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO WORLD HISTORY

DEC 2012 1112PP 978-1-405-19681-9 CL 2 VOL SET €302.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £200.00 €240.00 VALID UNTIL 31st MAR 2012, PRICE THEREAFTER £235.00 €282.00 

A Companion to the French Revolution EDITED BY PETER MCPHEE University of Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ Examines the origins, development and impact of the French Revolution ✤✤ Features original contributions from thirty of the world’s leading historians, including six essays translated from French ✤✤ Presents a wide-ranging overview of current historical debates on the revolution and future directions in scholarship ✤✤ Gives equally thorough treatment to both causes and outcomes of the French Revolution READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in the French Revolution and European history; also for specialists and historians SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO EUROPEAN HISTORY

NOV 2012 552PP 978-1-444-33564-4 CL €155.00 

A Companion to the Medieval World

new in paperback

EDITED BY CAROL LANSING & EDWARD D. ENGLISH Both of University of California, Santa Barbara, USA;

✤✤ Features essays by 30 distinguished scholars addressing major issues in the study of medieval Europe ✤✤ Emphasizes the significant impact of the middle ages on many of the cultural forms and institutions central to European identity ✤✤ Examines changing approaches to the study of medieval Europe, its periodization, and central themes ✤✤ Includes coverage of important questions such as identity and the self, sexuality and gender, emotionality and ethnicity, as well as more traditional topics such as economic and demographic expansion; kingship; and the rise of the West READERSHIP: Students and scholars studying European History and the Middle Ages SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO EUROPEAN HISTORY

DEC 2012 600PP 978-1-118-42512-1 PR €38.90  CL (2009) 978-1-405-10922-2 

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History

A Companion to the Early Middle Ages

new in paperback

Britain and Ireland c.500-1100

EDITED BY PAULINE STAFFORD University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ A collaborative history of Britain and Ireland from c.500 to c.1100 AD, covering the key debates and issues ✤✤ Takes an inclusive approach to the history of the British Isles to overcome artificial distinctions of ‘national’ boundaries ✤✤ Surveys the building blocks of political society, and considers whether there were fundamental differences across the British Isles ✤✤ Considers the various reasons for change, including the economy, Christianisation, and the Vikings READERSHIP: Scholars, postgraduates, and advanced undergraduates of Anglo-Saxon England, medieval British Isles, and medieval European history in general SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO BRITISH HISTORY

DEC 2012 576PP 978-1-118-42513-8 PR €38.90  CL (2009) 978-1-405-10628-3 

A Companion to Thomas Jefferson EDITED BY FRANCIS D. COGLIANO University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ A Companion to Thomas Jefferson presents a state-of-the-art assessment and overview of the life and legacy of Thomas Jefferson through a collection of essays grounded in the latest scholarship ✤✤ Features essays by the leading scholars in the field, including Pulitzer Prize winners Annette Gordon-Reed and Jack Rakove ✤✤ Includes a section that considers Jefferson’s legacy ✤✤ Explores Jefferson’s wide range of interests and expertise, and covers his public career, private life, his views on democracy, and his writings READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of the American Revolutionary era, and 18th and 19th century America, as well as scholars of the American presidency SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

OCT 2011 608PP 978-1-444-33015-1 CL €142.00 

A Companion to James Madison and James Monroe EDITED BY STUART LEIBIGER La Salle University, USA

✤✤ Provides a wealth of new insights into the lives and achievements of two of America’s most accomplished statesmen, James Madison and James Monroe ✤✤ Features 32 state-of-the field historiographic essays from leading academics that consider various aspects of the lives and legacies of our fourth and fifth presidents ✤✤ Synthesizes the latest findings, and offers new insights based on original research into primary sources ✤✤ Addresses topics that readers often want to learn more about, such as Madison and slavery READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking history and political sciences courses on the American revolution, the early republic, the founding, constitutional history, and the presidency; also for academics, scholars, and historians SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

SEPT 2012 608PP 978-0-470-65522-1 CL €169.00 

The State Trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell EDITED BY BRIAN COWAN McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Presents critical editions of several manuscripts relating to this celebrated ‘state trial’, allowing scholars to compare the varying accounts in a readily accessible volume ✤✤ Demonstrates that the often cited and printed account of the trial by Jacob Tonson was incomplete and often regarded by contemporaries as a partisan production ✤✤ Extensively illustrated with rare prints and drawings - most existing in only one copy and never before reproduced ✤✤ Documents the intense interest of contemporary readers in the meaning of the trial and presents transcripts and illustrations of their annotations READERSHIP: Academics and upper-level undergraduate students in British and European history, especially the early modern era, as well as legal scholars and political theorists SERIES: PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY BOOK SERIES

OCT 2012 312PP 978-1-444-33223-0 PR €35.90 

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Members of Parliament 1885-1918

PRISCILLA BAINES Formerly Librarian of the House of Commons (2000 - 2004), UK

✤✤ Provides unique insights into the parliamentary experiences of MPs who had been elected to the House of Commons from 1885-1918 ✤✤ Analyzes and summarizes the questionnaire created by Josiah Wedgwood MP, the main initiator of the History of Parliament project ✤✤ Includes the surprisingly truthful and informative answers about their subjects’ political and parliamentary careers ✤✤ Also contains Wedgwood’s often sharply observed biographies (reproduced in an appendix), and provides fascinating insights into a crucial period for the House of Commons READERSHIP: Academics and practitioners working in the fields of parliamentary and constitutional history, and British politics SERIES: PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY BOOK SERIES

OCT 2012 384PP 978-1-118-33602-1 PR €25.90 

Greek Drama and the Invention of Rhetoric DAVID SANSONE University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤✤ Asserts a novel and controversial theory on the origins of rhetoric that differs radically from the standard view ✤✤ Argues that it was the theatre of Ancient Greece, first appearing around 500 BC that prompted the development of formalized rhetoric, which evolved soon thereafter ✤✤ Provides a cogent reworking of existing evidence

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood’s Questionnaire

History / Classics / Art

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood’s Questionnaire

✤✤ Reveals the bias and inconsistency of Aristotle READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars specializing in Greek literature, drama, and especially rhetoric; advanced students, scholars, and practitioners of theatre performance

OCT 2012 280PP 978-1-118-35708-8 CL €TBA 

Ramesside Inscriptions, Translations, Volume VI Ramesses IV – XI and Contemporaries

K.A. KITCHEN University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ The latest in a respected series of translations of the hieroglyphic texts of the Ramesside Age of Ancient Egypt (c.1300-1100 BC) ✤✤ This sixth volume covers a period of political and economic decline until the death of Ramesses XI ✤✤ Coverage includes the rise of the power in priesthood and the decline in the power of kings, due to political corruption, drought, famine, and economic upheaval ✤✤ Many texts included have been translated into English for the first time in this volume READERSHIP: Scholars and advanced students of Egyptology SERIES: RAMESSIDE INSCRIPTIONS TRANSLATIONS

OCT 2012 600PP 978-0-631-18432-4 CL €329.00 

A Companion to British Art 1600 to the Present

EDITED BY DANA ARNOLD & DAVID PETERS CORBETT University of Southampton, UK; University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ A generously-illustrated collection of newly-commissioned essays which provides a comprehensive introduction to the history of British art ✤✤ Covers the whole of the history of British art, from 800-2000, with increasing attention paid to the periods after 1500 ✤✤ Provides the first comprehensive introduction to British art of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, one of the most lively and innovative areas of art-historical study ✤✤ Presents in depth the major preoccupations that have emerged from recent scholarship, including aesthetics, gender, British art’s relationship to Modernity, nationhood and nationality, and the institutions of the British art world READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of British art SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ART HISTORY

DEC 2012 800PP 978-1-405-13629-7 CL €155.00 

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Psychology

Feelings and Moods

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CHRISTOPHE ANDRÉ University of Paris X, Nanterre, France

✤✤ A highly readable and illuminating account of the feelings and moods that govern so much of our lives, written by a leading psychiatrist ✤✤ André characterizes feelings and moods as the contents of consciousness that mix together emotions and thoughts, the background sensations and impressions that are less intense than primary emotions like anger but longer lasting and more influential – a slight feeling of guilt can poison the entire day
He argues that understanding our feelings and moods enables us to understand ourselves better and to achieve a calmer, happier and more fulfilling life READERSHIP: Mainly aimed at a general readership but would also appeal to students of upper-level courses in psychology and psychiatry

SEPT 2012 300PP 978-0-745-65188-0 PR €21.90 / 978-0-745-65187-3 CL €71.90 

Eating and its Disorders EDITED BY JOHN R. E. FOX & KEN GOSS Manchester University, UK; Coventry Eating Disorders Service, UK

✤✤ Presents the newest models and theories for use in the treatment of patients with eating disorders, including approaches not previously covered ✤✤ Written specifically to fulfill the needs of clinical psychologists and therapists ✤✤ Includes coverage of important service relate issues for those professionals working with people with eating disorders ✤✤ Features chapters from a global group of authors, highlighting differing methods and perspectives that can be incorporated into clinical practice READERSHIP: Clinicians and health-care professionals working with people with eating disorders; also for service developers and commissioners SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

OCT 2012 520PP 978-0-470-68353-8 PR €44.90 / 978-0-470-68354-5 CL €97.90 

Aging and Older Adulthood 3rd Edition

EDITED BY JOAN T. ERBER Florida International University, USA

✤✤ Fully updated content includes revised case histories, reworked material on key concepts, and new research applications ✤✤ Retains the winning format of the second edition, with chapter contents framed by individual histories ✤✤ Extracted material features in boxes that reflect current understanding and research applications; while key points and issues are separately highlighted as a basis for class discussion  

✤✤ Thematic treatment of core issues such as health, sensation perception, memory, intellect, social interactions, employment and retirement, and mental health READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate courses on adulthood and aging, the psychology of aging, and lifespan development; students of gerontology in departments of psychology, gerontology, human development, and social work

DEC 2012 504PP 978-0-470-67341-6 PR €TBA 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17005-5 

Family Therapy

Concepts, Process and Practice 3rd Edition

Family Therapy

ALAN CARR University College Dublin, Ireland and Clan William Institute Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Presents a unique, integrative approach to the theory and practice of family therapy ✤✤ Distinctive style addresses family behaviour patterns, family belief systems and narratives, and broader contextual factors in problem formation and resolution ✤✤ Shows how the model can be applied to address issues of childhood and adolescence (e.g. conduct problems, drug abuse) and of adulthood (e.g. marital distress, anxiety, depression) ✤✤ Includes key point summaries; glossary of new terms; case studies and further reading suggestions READERSHIP: Mental health professionals training in family therapy

OCT 2012 544PP 978-1-119-95465-1 PR €44.90 / 978-1-119-95464-4 CL €97.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01455-4 (PR)  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01454-7 (CL)

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Psychology

Gestalt Therapy Around the World EDITED BY ELEANOR O’LEARY University of Malaga, Spain

✤✤ The first internationally focused book on Gestalt therapy to provide a comprehensive overview of current practice in a broad range of countries ✤✤ Features coverage of the history, training, theoretical contributions, and research initiatives of Gestalt therapy in 16 countries ✤✤ Points to directions for further research and future challenges ✤✤ Includes an extensive appendix that provides insights into Worldwide Gestalt Associations, Institutes, and Professional Societies that promote the development of the approach READERSHIP: Postgraduate level students for courses in Gestalt therapy or counselling; and for trainers, supervisors and practitioners in these areas

NOV 2012 320PP 978-0-470-69937-9 PR €34.90 / 978-0-470-69936-2 CL €83.90 

Clinical and Educational Child Psychology

An Ecological-Transactional Approach to Understanding Child Problems and Interventions

LINDA WILMSHURST Lake County Schools, Florida, Gibsonville, USA

✤✤ Explores how challenges commonly encountered at ages 3-18 can influence development ✤✤ Draws on contemporary research on the developing brain to show why some children may be vulnerable to a host of clinical and educational problems ✤✤ Discusses developmental milestones and adjustment disorders in both early childhood and adolescence ✤✤ Reveals intervention strategies in both clinical and educational contexts READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses in clinical psychology and educational psychology; students involved in internships and practicum placements; professionals in the field

OCT 2012 288PP 978-1-119-95225-1 PR €38.90 / 978-1-119-95226-8 CL €83.90 

Alcohol-Related Violence – Prevention and Treatment EDITED BY MARY MCMURRAN University of Nottingham’s Institute of Mental Health, UK

✤✤ Presents the most recent information on the treatment of offenders who are violent under the influence of alcohol ✤✤ Features contributions from leading international academics and practitioners ✤✤ Offers invaluable guidance for practitioners who can intervene to reduce alcohol-related aggression and violence

AlcoholRelated Violence – Prevention and Treatment

✤✤ Identifies relevant treatment targets, patient assessment, and the most effective evidence-based treatment techniques READERSHIP: Postgraduate level students for courses in Forensic Psychology and Addiction Studies; policy makers engaged in alcohol and violence reduction projects; and health care professionals SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN FORENSIC CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

DEC 2012 368PP 978-1-119-95273-2 PR €44.90 / 978-1-119-95274-9 CL €97.90 

Suggestibility in Legal Contexts Psychological Research and Forensic Implications

EDITED BY ANNE RIDLEY, FIONA GABBERT & DAVID J. LA ROOY London Southbank University, UK; University of Abertay, Dundee, UK; University of Abertay, Dundee, UK

✤✤ A thorough examination of the development of research on suggestibility, including cutting-edge theory and practice ✤✤ Provides a useful digest for academics and a trusted text for students of forensic and applied psychology ✤✤ Includes practical suggestions for minimizing witness suggestibility in interviews ✤✤ A vital resource for legal practitioners who need to familiarize themselves with this important subject READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates studying modules in forensic, investigative or applied cognitive psychology, and postgraduate students in investigative and/or forensic psychology SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME, POLICING AND LAW

DEC 2012 256PP 978-0-470-66368-4 PR €42.90 / 978-0-470-66369-1 CL €83.90 

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Psychology

Nurturing Children and Families

new in paperback

Building on the Legacy of T. Berry Brazelton

EDITED BY BARRY M. LESTER & JOSHUA D. SPARROW Brown University, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Outlines the achievements and influence of T. Berry Brazelton, one of the world’s foremost pediatricians, and his lasting influence in continuing research, practice, and policy ✤✤ Includes contributions from experts influenced by the work of Brazelton -- from a wide range of fields including pediatrics, psychology, nursing, occupational therapy, and policy ✤✤ Provides an overview of the field of child development, from the explosion of infant research in the 1960s to contemporary studies READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of psychology studying child development, pediatrics, nursing, social work, and early childhood education; professionals working in fields such as pediatrics, healthcare, early childhood intervention, and infant mental health

OCT 2012 416PP 978-1-118-34465-1 PR €32.90 CL (2010) 978-1-405-19600-0 

Optimizing Teaching and Learning

new in paperback

Practicing Pedagogical Research

REGAN A. R. GURUNG & BETH M. SCHWARTZ University of Wisconsin Green Bay, USA; Randolph Macon Woman’s College, USA

✤✤ Bridges the gap between the research and practice of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) ✤✤ Provides explicit instructions on how to design, conduct, analyze, and write-up SoTL work ✤✤ Includes samples of actual questionnaires and other materials (e.g. focus group questions) that will jumpstart investigations into teaching and learning ✤✤ Explores the advantages and disadvantages of various pedagogical practices and present applications of SoTL using case studies from a variety of disciplines READERSHIP: Educators at all levels, as well as postgraduate student teaching assistants; postgraduate students in courses on teaching and learning, faculty development, and in specific content areas such as education and psychology

OCT 2012 256PP 978-1-118-34466-8 PR €24.90  CL (2008) 978-1-405-16179-4

The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology

new in paperback

EDITED BY SHANE J. LOPEZ Clifton Strengths Institute, USA

✤✤ 288 specially commissioned entries written by 150 leading international researchers, educators, and practitioners in positive psychology ✤✤ The most current, extensive, and accessible treatment of the subject available ✤✤ Topical primer clarifies basic constructs and processes associated with positive psychology ✤✤ Single volume paperback edition of best-selling Encyclopedia READERSHIP: Psychologists and researchers in psychology and the social sciences

OCT 2012 1160PP 978-1-118-34467-5 PR €65.90 

CL 2 VOLS (2009) 978-1-405-16125-1 

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Addiction Psychopharmacology Edited by JAMES MACKILLOP & HARRIET DE WIT University of Georgia, USA; University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Provides students and scholars with the practical tools to do the best work possible in addiction psychopharmacology ✤✤ Features reviews on the empirical relevance of the research methods and the nuances of the methodologies used ✤✤ Topics covered include core methods for assessing drug effects, distal and proximal determinants of drug use, and insights from cognitive neuroscience ✤✤ Includes contributions from a diverse range of experts that reflect the multidisciplinary nature of the field READERSHIP: For researchers, undergraduate - and postgraduate - level students on courses in addiction methodologies; and for psychiatry fellows and physicians interested in addiction medicine

DEC 2012 800PP 978-1-119-97826-8 CL €155.00 

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Leadership, Change and Organizational Development EDITED BY H. SKIPTON LEONARD, RACHEL LEWIS, ARTHUR M. FREEDMAN & JONATHAN PASSMORE World Institute for Action Learning; London Metropolitan University, UK; Arthur M. Freedman & Associates; University of East London, UK

✤✤ An in-depth examination of OD, leadership, and change that draws on cutting-edge research from around the world ✤✤ Top-name contributors include Frank Bond, Eduardo Salas, David Cooperrider, Rob Briner, Manfred Kets de Vries, Donald Ferrin, Beverley Alimo-Metcalfe and Emma Donaldson-Feilder ✤✤ Scope includes treatment of principles, theories, constructs, and strategies in organizational development, leadership, and change READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and faculty members in psychology, advanced business studies students, and practitioners of organizational psychology SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

DEC 2012 544PP 978-1-119-97657-8 CL €155.00 

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring EDITED BY JONATHAN PASSMORE, DAVID PETERSON & TERESA FREIRE University of East London, UK; Personnel Decisions International (PDI); University of Minho, Portugal

✤✤ An essential, state-of-the-art reference providing in-depth analysis that draws on key contemporary research on coaching and mentoring from around the world ✤✤ Puts cutting-edge research at the fingertips of organizational psychology practitioners who may not have the time or resources to read scholarly journals ✤✤ Designed in relationship to key competencies outlined by the APA, BPS, and other psychological societies around the world READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and faculty members in psychology, organizational psychology practitioners specializing in coaching and mentoring, and students of business studies SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

NOV 2012 560PP 978-1-119-99315-5 CL €155.00 

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Family Psychology

new in paperback

EDITED BY JAMES H. BRAY & MARK STANTON Baylor College of Medicine, USA; Azusa Pacific University, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough orientation to the field of family psychology for clinicians ✤✤ Includes summaries of the most recent research literature and clinical interventions for specific areas of interest to family psychology clinicians ✤✤ Key issues covered include awareness of the social context, the need for responsive and flexible practice, and respect for diversity ✤✤ Features essays by recognized experts in a variety of specialized fields READERSHIP: Postgraduate level students in masters or doctoral programs and post-doctoral students in clinical training venues; mental health professionals including psychologists, psychiatrists, marriage and family therapists, and social workers

OCT 2012 784PP 978-1-118-34464-4 PR €38.90  CL (2009) 978-1-405-16994-3 

Handbook of Experimental Phenomenology Visual Perception of Shape, Space and Appearance

EDITED BY LILIANA ALBERTAZZI Trento University, Italy

✤✤ Presents and discusses a new perspective in vision science, and formalises a field of study that will become increasingly significant to researchers in visual science and beyond ✤✤ The contributors are outstanding scholars in their fields with impeccable academic credentials, including Jan J. Koenderink, Irving Biederman, Donald Hoffmann, Steven Zucker and Nikos Logothetis

AlcoholRelated Violence – Prevention and Treatment

✤✤ Divided into five parts: Linking Psychophysics and Qualities; Qualities in Space, Time and Motion; Appearances; Measurement and Qualities; Science and Aesthetics of Appearances ✤✤ Each chapter's structure follows the same pattern: topic overview; historical roots; debate; new perspective; methods; results and recent developments READERSHIP: Researchers, educators and students in subjects that involved the science of perception, including psychology, psychophysics, mathematics, cognitive science, philosophy and computer vision

DEC 2012 512PP 978-1-119-95468-2 CL €162.00 

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Psychology / Education

Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid

Academic and Career Success of Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering

EDITED BY MOIN SYED & MARTIN M. CHEMERS University of Minnesota, USA; University of Californa, Santa Cruz, USA

✤✤ Looks at the representation of women and ethnic minorities entering and completing programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) ✤✤ The articles contained in this issue represent cutting-edge research by some of the top researchers in social psychology, developmental psychology, education, and medical sciences ✤✤ The articles cover broad ground with regard to topic of study, age focus, methodology, and level of analysis ✤✤ The research contained in the issue has the potential to have an impact on policy and program development and serves as a catalyst for further thinking on this important social issue READERSHIP: Psychology, Sociology and STEM Diversity Programs SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES (Volume 67, Number 3)

OCT 2011 500PP 978-1-118-24521-7 PR €34.90 

I Remember Me

Mnemonic Self-Reference Effects in Preschool Children

JOSEPHINE ROSS, JAMES R. ANDERSON & ROBIN N. CAMPBELL University of Dundee, UK

✤✤ Includes a series of 7 experiments exploring the role of self in 3- and 4-year-olds’ event memory ✤✤ New evidence is provided to suggest that pre-school children, like adults, show a mnemonic advantage for material that has been physically linked with the self through performance of a depicted action ✤✤ This research highlights a promising methodology for elucidating the executive role of the self in cognition ✤✤ Following William James’s (1890) influential conception of the self, it seems that in typical development, “I” is primed to remember “me” READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates on courses in child development and education SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT

OCT 2011 300PP 978-1-118-25799-9 PR €25.90 

How Socialization Happens on the Ground

Narrative Practices as Alternate Socializing Pathways in Taiwanese and European-American Families

PEGGY J. MILLER, HEIDI FUNG, SHUMIN LIN, EVA CHIAN-HUI CHEN & BENJAMIN R. BOLDT University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan; University of South Florida, USA; Benedictine College in Kansas, USA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤✤ Builds upon efforts to investigate personal storytelling as a medium of socialization in two disparate cultural worlds ✤✤ The book studies storytelling in Taiwanese families in Taipei, and European-American families in Longwood, Chicago ✤✤ Comparative analyses of nearly 900 narrations READERSHIP: Scholars, students and practitioners that study developmental psychology, cultural psychology, communication studies, anthropology, and child development SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT

MAR 2012 300PP 978-1-118-36064-4 PR €34.90 

Language Education Throughout the School Years

A Functional Perspective

FRANCES CHRISTIE University of Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ Describes a trajectory of language development in schooling from age 6 to age 18, as children become more conscious about the language choices available in making themselves understood ✤✤ Draws on systemic functional linguistics to trace changes in the language resources that successful children and adolescents use to make meanings in new conversation patterns ✤✤ Explores the way in which content, interpersonal relationships, and textual structure simultaneously evolve over four stages of children’s and adolescents’ development ✤✤ Offers new theoretical insights and practical awareness of the multi-functionality of language READERSHIP: Students, academics, and researchers working in the fields of literacy, education, and linguistics SERIES: LANGUAGE LEARNING MONOGRAPH

OCT 2012 528PP 978-1-118-29200-6 PR €34.90 

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Medical

Immunology at a Glance 10th Edition

J.H.L. PLAYFAIR & B.M. CHAIN Both University College, London

✤✤ Provides the key immunology concepts and frameworks the new medical student needs ✤✤ Presents an overview of the core concepts in immunology, through accessible schematic diagrams on left hand pages, with key points concisely summarised on the right hand page ✤✤ Includes new chapters on manipulation of immunity and immunological lab methods, and more information on cytokines  

✤✤ Features a new companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/immunology with a suite of selfassessment True/False Questions and Answers, and fully downloadable illustrations READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, and biomedical and life science students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

NOV 2012 120PP 978-0-470-67303-4 PR €30.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18052-8

The Cardiovascular System at a Glance 4th Edition

PHILIP I. AARONSON King’s College, London

✤✤ A brand new edition of this accessible, superbly illustrated guide to the heart, blood vessels and blood ✤✤ Features the whole cardiovascular system curriculum in one easy to use volume ✤✤ Includes the basic sciences, clinical topics, case studies, and a new chapter on pulmonary hypertension ✤✤ Features a new companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/cardiovascular with cases from the current edition, new cases and summary revision documents  

READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, and cardiovascular physiologists, technicians and nurses, anatomy and physiology students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

NOV 2012 136PP 978-0-470-65594-8 PR €30.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15044-6 

The Gastrointestinal System at a Glance 2nd Edition

SATISH KESHAV & ADAM BAILEY Both John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

✤✤ A new edition of this best-selling title in the at a Glance series, now in full colour throughout ✤✤ Provides an integrated approach to both the basic and clinical science in this core area of the systems-based medical curriculum ✤✤ Includes new chapters on gastroenterological pharmacy and embryology of the GI tract, as well as new case studies  

✤✤ Now includes a companion website featuring interactive self-assessment questions and digital flashcards - ideal for study and revision purposes READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, Foundation programme doctors, GI nurses, nurse practitioners, dental students, and pharmacology students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

SEPT 2012 120PP 978-1-405-15091-0 PR €24.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05472-5 

General Practice at a Glance PAUL BOOTON, CAROL COOPER, GRAHAM EASTON & MARGARET HARPER All of Imperial College, London

✤✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series provides a highly illustrated introduction to the full range of essential primary care presentations, ideal for General Practice attachments ✤✤ Offers ‘one-stop’ coverage of musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, nervous, reproductive, urinary, endocrine and digestive presentations ✤✤ Includes sample questions to ask during history taking and examination

✤✤ Provides the ideal introduction and revision aid to help medical students and junior doctors develop an understanding of the nature and structure of primary care, and hit the ground running on the general practice attachment READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, and family medicine residents SERIES: AT A GLANCE

DEC 2012 152PP 978-0-470-65551-1 PR €30.90 

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6th Edition

HAROLD S. LUDMAN & PATRICK BRADLEY King’s College Hospital, London;, Queen’s Medical Centre, University of Nottingham

✤✤ Provides symptomatic coverage of the most common ear, nose, and throat presentations ✤✤ Features additional chapters on tinnitus, nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, facial plastic surgery, and airway obstruction and stridor ✤✤ Includes new content on thyroid disease, head and neck cancer, rhinoplasty, cosmetic, and therapeutic scar revision

Medical

ABC of Ear, Nose and Throat

✤✤ Offers guidance on assessment, treatment and management, and when to refer patients READERSHIP: General practitioners, practice nurses, primary healthcare professionals, medical students, junior doctors, and speech therapists SERIES: ABC

NOV 2012 168PP 978-0-470-67135-1 PR €37.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13656-3 

ABC of Resuscitation 6th Edition

JASMEET SOAR, GAVIN D. PERKINS & JERRY NOLAN Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust; University of Warwick Medical School; Royal United Hospital, Bath

✤✤ Provides a practical guide to the latest resuscitation advice for the non-specialist ✤✤ Covers core knowledge on the management of patients with cardiopulmonary arrest, prevention, and training ✤✤ Includes the 2010 European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation ✤✤ Edited by specialists responsible for producing the European and UK 2010 resuscitation guidelines READERSHIP: Paramedics, junior doctors, and medical students SERIES: ABC

DEC 2012 128PP 978-0-470-67259-4 PR €37.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-727-91669-3 

ABC of Emergency Radiology EDITED BY OTTO CHAN The London Independent Hospital, London

✤✤ Includes clear explanations and instructions on the appearances of radiological abnormalities with comparison to normal radiographs throughout ✤✤ Covers a different part of the body, leading through the anatomy for ease of use, in each chapter ✤✤ Comes highly illustrated and in full colour ✤✤ Includes over 400 radiographs for reference READERSHIP: GPs, junior hospital doctors, medical students, accident and emergency staff, trainee radiologists, nurses, and radiographers SERIES: ABC

DEC 2012 144PP 978-0-470-67093-4 PR €38.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-727-91528-3 

How to Write a Paper 5th Edition

GEORGE M. HALL St George’s Hospital Medical School, London

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive guide on writing biomedical papers ✤✤ Includes up-to-date information on the mechanics of journal publishing including online submission, and open access ✤✤ Covers the increasingly important issue of publishing ethics ✤✤ Includes a new chapter on how to write a book review READERSHIP: Health professionals and students SERIES: HOW TO

NOV 2012 176PP 978-0-470-67220-4 PR €32.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16773-4 

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Medical Decision Making HAROLD C. SOX, DOUGLAS K. OWENS & MICHAEL HIGGINS Dartmouth Medical School; Stanford University; Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, Palo Alto

✤✤ New edition of the well-respected book on decision making ✤✤ Addresses the interface between decision making and decision support systems ✤✤ Includes theory on writing guidelines and clinical decision support systems in electronic medical records READERSHIP: Practicing clinicians, trainees, and medical students

DEC 2012 448PP 978-0-470-65866-6 PR €51.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-930-51379-2 (American College of Physicians) 

Clinical Care Conundrums Challenging Diagnoses in Hospital Medicine

JAMES C. PILE, THOMAS E. BAUDENDISTEL & BRIAN HARTE Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland; Oakland Medical Center, California; Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Clinical Care Conundrums

✤✤ Features an evidence-based casebook based on the popular “Clinical Care Conundrum” series in the Journal of Hospital Medicine ✤✤ Concludes with practical “pearls” for application to the user’s own practice in each clinical chapter  ✤✤ Includes a free CD-ROM containing all images, and case summaries in PowerPoint files ✤✤ Comes with high-quality, colour photos, and images throughout READERSHIP: Practicing hospitalists, hospital-based physicians, and medical students SERIES: Hospital Medicine: Current Concepts

MAY 2012 256PP 978-0-470-90565-4 PR €61.90 

Cerebral Palsy

From Diagnosis to Adult Life

LEWIS ROSENBLOOM & PETER ROSENBAUM Honorary Consultant Paediatric Neurologist, Liverpool; McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Provides the scope and breadth of the ‘clinical’, developmental and family dimensions of Cerebral Palsy ✤✤ Presents the current concepts drawn from the World Health Organization, principles of family-centred thinking and an acute awareness of the importance of ‘critical thinking’ about all aspects of Cerebral Palsy READERSHIP: Health service providers, clinicians, educators and community people in programs with which people with Cerebral Palsy SERIES: A Practical Guide from MKP

JUL 2012 176PP 978-1-908-31650-9 PR €38.90 

Neurovascular Ultrasound Examination and Waveform Interpretation ANDREI V. ALEXANDROV University of Texas-Houston Medical School, USA

✤✤ Emphasises the increasing importance of the use of neurovascular ultrasound in neurological practice ✤✤ Explains ultrasound examination of a stroke patient; scanning protocols, and interpretation of the results ✤✤ Features illustrations with photos of the tests, and actual waveforms throughout ✤✤ Includes ‘pearls’ and ‘avoiding pitfalls’ feature boxes READERSHIP: Neurologists, and radiologists

DEC 2012 228PP 978-1-405-18530-1 CL €89.90 

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4th Edition

MOHAMMAD SHENASA O’Connor Hospital, San Jose, California

✤✤ The most comprehensive reference available on cardiac mapping ✤✤ Written by a veritable who’s-who of the world’s current experts, among them some of the most prominent names in electrophysiology ✤✤ Substantially revised new edition reflects the evolution of mapping over the last 2-3 years, the rise of new technologies, and how mapping is being used to enhance the treatment of a widening range of rhythmic disorders

Medical

Cardiac Mapping

✤✤ Contains over 250 colour illustrations ✤✤ Additional video clips available on a companion website READERSHIP: Trainees and fellows in cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac imaging specialists and researchers in electrophysiology

DEC 2012 704PP 978-0-470-67046-0 CL €252.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17572-2 

Cardiac Pacing, Defibrillation and Resynchronization 3rd Edition

David L. Hayes, Samuel J. Asirvatham & Paul A. Friedman All of Mayo College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, USA

✤✤ Clinically oriented text to help aid understanding and caring for patients with pacemakers, ICDs and CRT systems ✤✤ Presents a logical progression from descriptions of device indications to selection of hardware and implementation ✤✤ Updated to include information on new technology and clinical trials ✤✤ Includes over 750 illustrations READERSHIP: Electrophysiology fellows, clinical electrophysiologists and general clinical cardiologists

DEC 2012 700PP 978-0-470-65833-8 CL €83.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16748-2 

Cardiovascular Clinical Trials Putting the Evidence into Practice

MARCUS FLATHER, DEEPAK L. BHATT & DR. TOBIAS GEISLER Royal Brompton Hospital, London; VA Boston Healthcare System, USA; Eberhard-Karls-Universitat Tübingen, Germany

✤✤ Shows how cardiovascular clinical trials are designed, and conducted, including statistical methodology ✤✤ Provides critical appraisal of the currently relevant major cardiovascular trials ✤✤ Serves as a good reference both for clinicians, and those designing trials in cardiology READERSHIP: Cardiologists, cardiologists in training, and clinical researchers

DEC 2012 408PP 978-1-405-16215-9 PR €71.90 

Handbook of Gastrointestinal Cancer JANUSZ JANKOWSKI & ERNEST HAWK Queen Mary, University of London; MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

✤✤ Provides clear and practical guidance on the diagnosis and management of all forms of GI cancer ✤✤ Addresses each form of cancer in a separate chapter ✤✤ Covers epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention, management, family screening, case studies, and key patient consent issues in a consistent chapter structure ✤✤ Includes warnings of potential pitfalls ✤✤ User-friendly format READERSHIP: Residents and trainees in gastroenterology, oncology, and surgery

DEC 2012 272PP 978-0-470-65624-2 PR €65.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-727-91071-4

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Medical

Hemophilia and Hemostasis

A Case-based Approach to Management 2nd Edition

ALICE D. MA, HAROLD R. ROBERTS & MIGUEL A. ESCOBAR University of North Carolina, USA; University of North Carolina, USA; University of Texas Health Science Center, USA

✤✤ An excellent learning resource for all those dealing with the practical aspects of coagulation, hemostasis and thrombosis ✤✤ Each disorder discussed according to a specific format enabling the clinician to quickly find relevant information to a particular case ✤✤ All cases written by world-leading experts working in the field of hemophilia, thrombosis and hemostasis READERSHIP: Hematologists in training and in practice working in the fields of coagulation, hemostasis and thrombosis; health care professionals working in hemophilia centers

NOV 2012 240PP 978-0-470-65976-2 CL €83.90  REPLACES: 978-1-405-16716-1 

Practical Flow Cytometry in Haematology Diagnosis RICHARD M. LEACH, MARK DRUMMOND & ALLYSON DOIG Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow; Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre, Glasgow; Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow

✤✤ Provides a practical, clinical reference source on all aspects of flow cytometry ✤✤ Helps the reader with haematological diagnosis and the pitfalls of the technique ✤✤ Illustrated throughout with actual, high quality digital images and worked case examples READERSHIP: Trained haematologists, core textbook for FRCPath in haematology; consultant haematologists with an interest in diagnostic haematology; haematopathologists; specialist biomedical scientists

DEC 2012 352PP 978-0-470-67120-7 CL €119.00 

Fibroids JAMES SEGARS National Institutes of Health, Bethesda

✤✤ A clinical ‘in the office’/’at the bedside’ guide, with algorithms and guidelines ✤✤ Features ‘Tips and Tricks’ boxes with hints on improving outcomes perhaps via practical technique, patient questioning etc ✤✤ Includes ‘Caution’ warning boxes providing hints on avoiding problems, perhaps via contraindications ✤✤ Features ‘Science Revisited’ section with a quick reminder of the basic science principles necessary for understanding READERSHIP: Gynaecologists and trainee gynaecologists, and general and family practitioners SERIES: Gynaecology in Practice

DEC 2012 240PP 978-0-470-67094-1 PR €67.90 

Dermatologic Surgery Step by Step

EDITED BY KEYVAN NOURI University of Miami

✤✤ Provides a step-by-step guide to dermatologic surgical procedures, covering general, cosmetic, and lasers, and miscellaneous topics ✤✤ Includes easy and quick reference sections: pre-operative care, step-by-step surgical technique, postoperative care, follow up, complications, and prevention and management of complications ✤✤ Features clear descriptions, illustrations and DVD, ensuring physicians can provide the ultimate care to patients READERSHIP: Residents and attending physicians in dermatology, plastic surgery, otolaryngology

NOV 2012 448PP 978-1-444-33067-0 CL €155.00 

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Textbook of Uncommon Cancer 4th Edition

DEREK RAGHAVAN, CHARLES BLANKE, DAVID H. JOHNSON, PAUL L. MOOTS, GREGORY H. REAMAN, PETER G. ROSE & MIKKAEL SEKERES Cleveland Clinic; University of British Columbia, Vancouver; University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas; Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville; Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC; Cleveland Clinic; Cleveland Clinic

✤✤ The only text dealing exclusively with rare or infrequently encountered malignancies, with a new focus on evidence based research and clinical practice throughout ✤✤ Completely revised and updated, with one new chapter, and over 100 new illustrations and images ✤✤ Presents comprehensive treatment guidelines where there is no ‘standard’ recognized treatment ✤✤ Written by a multidisciplinary teams to reflect the day-to-day decision-making and clinical practice READERSHIP: All clinical oncologists and hematologists

OCT 2012 992PP 978-1-118-08373-4 CL €302.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01202-4 

The Melanocytic Proliferations A Comprehensive Textbook of Pigmented Lesions 2nd Edition

CYNTHIA M. MAGRO, A. NEIL CROWSON & MARTIN C. MIHM Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York City; University of Oklahoma and Regional Medical Laboratory, Tulsa; Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

✤✤ Provides the most comprehensive single-source treatment of melanocytic proliferation available today, now in an exciting new edition

The Melanocytic Proliferations

✤✤ Offers three completely new chapters: Staging of Melanoma, Dermoscopy, and its relationship to the histomorphology of select pigmented lesions, and Confocal microscopy of melanoma subtypes ✤✤ Includes over 200 new colour images, making the total full colour images over 600  ✤✤ Reflects the very latest studies and clinical experience in diagnosing and treating melanocytic proliferation  READERSHIP: All clinical pathologists, dermatopathologists, surgical pathologists, dermatologists, cosmetic physicians and surgeons

DEC 2012 656PP 978-0-470-56155-3 CL €259.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-25271-9 

Comprehensive Rheumatology Board Review KAREN LAW & ALIZA LIPSON Emory School of Medicine, USA; Emory School of Medicine, USA

✤✤ First dedicated Rheumatology Board Review book available ✤✤ Written by Rheumatology Fellows, for Rheumatology Fellows and all Rheumatologists who need a concise certification and recertification resource ✤✤ Highlights the latest advances and new standards of care, supported by current citations in the medical literature

Comprehensive Rheumatology Board Review

✤✤ Each chapter employs an outline format to efficiently convey a maximum amount of material, accented by simple schematics, radiographs, and tables when necessary READERSHIP: Rheumatology Fellows studying for the Rheumatology Boards and Licensed Rheumatologists re-certifying their Board Licensure, practicing rheumatologists who need to recertify, and rheumatology residents

SEPT 2012 352PP 978-1-118-12791-9 PR €TBA 

Russell, Hugo & Ayliffe's Principles and Practice of Disinfection, Preservation and Sterilization 5th Edition

ADAM FRAISE, JEAN-YVES MAILLARD & SYED SATTAR University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust, UK; Cardiff University, UK; University of Ottawa, Canada

✤✤ The definitive global reference in the field, providing practical advice on the increasing problems of disinfection and antiseptics in hospital ✤✤ Includes methods for the elimination or prevention, and control of microbial growth, and a systematic review of sterilisation methods, with uses and advantages outlined for each ✤✤ Features new chapters on bioterrorism and community healthcare, and microbicide regulations ✤✤ Contains updated material on new and emerging technologies, focusing on special problems in hospitals, dentistry and pharmaceutical practice, and an evaluation of disinfectants and their mechanisms of action with respect to current regulations READERSHIP: Healthcare professionals worldwide working in infectious diseases and infection control, hospital and research personnel, clinical microbiologists, infection-control and environmental-safety specialists, and pharmacists

DEC 2012 672PP 978-1-405-10199-8 CL €189.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-10199-8 

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Medical

Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging

3rd Edition

PETER FLECKENSTEIN, PETER SAND MYSCHETZKY & JORGEN TRANUM-JENSEN All of University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ Provides a basic atlas of anatomy applied to diagnostic imaging covering entire human body ✤✤ Employs all imaging modalities used in clinical practice; x-ray, CT, MR, ultrasound, and scintigraphy ✤✤ Features over 800 high quality images ✤✤ Includes extra coverage on MR scanning, and for the first time, covers the increasingly popular PET scanning READERSHIP: Medical students, radiologists, radiographers, and other medical personnel working with diagnostic imaging

DEC 2012 476PP 978-1-405-13991-5 PR €77.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-8-716-12336-7 

Practical Teaching in Emergency Medicine 2nd Edition

Robert L. Rogers University of Maryland School of Medicine

✤✤ A brand new edition of this successful book - unique in covering the topic of teaching in the emergency department ✤✤ Includes new chapters on lecturing to an international audience, using simulation as a teaching tool, and how to make a journal club work for you ✤✤ An ideal resource for teachers in emergency medicine in all countries READERSHIP: Educators in emergency medicine and critical care medicine

SEPT 2012 383PP 978-0-470-67111-5 PR €51.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17622-4 

Urgent Care Emergencies

Avoiding the Pitfalls and Improving the Outcomes

Deepi G. Goyal & Amal Mattu Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; University of Maryland School of Medicine

✤✤ Identifies the high-risk pitfalls practitioners are likely to encounter in these settings and discusses how to recognise and avoid them ✤✤ Includes ‘clinical pearls’ aimed at optimising patient care ✤✤ Timely – demand for urgent care services has never been greater and providers are under pressure as never before to deliver efficient, effective care READERSHIP: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians Assistants, and other providers in the urgent care center, minor injury unit and other low-acuity care settings

SEPT 2012 160PP 978-0-470-65772-0 PR €44.90 

Emergency Medicine Simulation Workbook A Tool for Bringing the Curriculum to Life

TRACI L. THOUREEN & SARA B. SCOTT Both University of Maryland School of Medicine 

✤✤ Includes cases drawn from a diverse group of faculty authors across a wide range of medical teaching centres ✤✤ Formatted and annotated so that cases can be tailored to novice or advanced learners and easily deployed in a diversity of settings ✤✤ Includes valuable “tips or tricks”, case images, and other patient data ✤✤ Includes a companion website featuring imaging and laboratory results pertinent to each case study presented in PowerPoint format for easy download, plus video clips to simulate sonogram results READERSHIP: Educators in emergency medicine, critical care and disaster medicine; academics interested in medical simulation; trainees in emergency medicine, critical care, and related fields

NOV 2012 248PP 978-0-470-65787-4 PR €51.90 

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Organization and Operations

JAMES E. ZACHAZEWSKI & DAVID J. MAGEE Massachusetts General Hospital, USA; University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ Provides clear, practical, expert how-to advice on developing and delivering sports therapy services at large athletic competitions  ✤✤ Written by a global cast of sports therapy practitioners with unmatched experience providing therapy services to elite athletes ✤✤ Developed in collaboration with, and fully endorsed by the Medical Commission of the International Olympic Committee – the only book on this subject to carry this prestigious endorsement READERSHIP: Sports therapists, physical therapists, sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, massage therapists specialising in the care of athletes, coaches, and athletic directors SERIES: Olympic Handbook Of Sports Medicine

OCT 2012 152PP 978-1-118-27577-1 PR €44.90 

A Cochrane Handbook Alcohol and Drug Misuse

IOSIEF ABRAHA & CRISTINA CUSI

Medical / Nursing

Handbook of Sports Therapy Services

Regional Health Authority of Umbria, Italy; The Cochrane Neurological Network, Italy

✤✤ Provides an evidence-based guide to managing an increasingly important area of health care, and relevant interventions ✤✤ Highlights the key points of Cochrane reviews for the busy practitioner ✤✤ Covers a wide range of pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for opioid, alcohol, cocaine, and other stimulant and drug misuse ✤✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of interventions for drug and alcohol addiction READERSHIP: Physicians working with patients addicted to drugs or alcohol; medical and family specialists and those dealing with psychiatric, psychological and social problems; medical students and doctors in training; and counsellors SERIES: Cochrane Book Series

DEC 2012 160PP 978-0-470-65969-4 PR €38.90 

Diabetes Education Art, Science and Evidence

Edited by TRISHA DUNNING Deakin University and Barwon Health, Australia

✤✤ Edited by an internationally renowned expert in the field, with involvement from some of the world’s leading diabetes educators ✤✤ Innovative approach, exploring the ‘how’ of diabetes education, rather than the ‘what’ and the ‘why’ ✤✤ Features short stories, case studies illustrative quotes, practice points and reflection points throughout READERSHIP: All practitioners and students involved in diabetes care

OCT 2012 272PP 978-0-470-65605-1 PR €44.90 

Medical Disorders in Pregnancy A Manual for Midwives 2nd Edition

Edited by S. ELIZABETH ROBSON & JASON WAUGH De Montfort University, UK; Royal Victoria Infirmary, UK

✤✤ New edition of a successful reference guide ✤✤ A practical guide on medical disorders written specifically for midwives ✤✤ Jointly written by medical and midwifery experts in the field ✤✤ Accessible reference style format makes information easy and quick to find ✤✤ Emphasis on inter-professional working READERSHIP: Practising midwives and student midwives

DEC 2012 400PP 978-1-444-33748-8 PR €38.90  REPLACES: 978-1-4051-5168-9 

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Nursing / Dentistry

How to Write your Nursing Dissertation Edited by ALAN GLASPER & COLIN REES University of Southampton, UK; University of Cardiff, UK

✤✤ Part of the successful ‘How to’ series ✤✤ A clear and straightforward guide to writing a successful dissertation ✤✤ Writing dissertations is an essential component of every nursing course at both undergraduate and postgraduate level ✤✤ One of the first books to focus on this topic from a nursing and healthcare perspective ✤✤ Written by experienced experts in the field ✤✤ Companion website featuring: downloadable information; links to further reading; PowerPoint presentations to support each chapter; a full and unabridged dissertation sample READERSHIP: Pre and post registration nursing and health care students SERIES: How To

OCT 2012 256PP 978-1-118-41071-4 PR €28.90 

Neurotrauma – Managing Patients with Head Injury Edited by DR. NADINE ABELSON-MITCHELL Faculty of Health, Education and Society, Plymouth University, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive, clinical guide to the care and management of patients with traumatic head injury ✤✤ A holistic, evidence-based approach to the primary, secondary and tertiary care of a person with neurotrauma in all settings ✤✤ Uses a patient-centred needs approach READERSHIP: Neuroscience nurses, emergency care staff, critical and ITU/HDU staff, rehabilitation staff

JAN 2013 272PP 978-1-405-18564-6 PR €48.90 

Case Studies in Palliative and End-of-Life Care EDITED BY MARGARET L. CAMPBELL Wayne State University, USA

✤✤ Includes more than 35 cases covering a range of palliative, and end-of-life care subjects ✤✤ Emphasises care of the family as well as the patient ✤✤ Features easy-to-follow structured format for each case ✤✤ Written by experts in the field READERSHIP: Registered nurses and advanced practice nurses in acute care, adult care, care of older persons, hospice, and hospitals, long-term care facilities and home; academic programs in advanced practice for NPs, and CNSs SERIES: Case Studies in Nursing

SEPT 2012 324PP 978-0-470-95825-4 PR €48.90 

Pathology of the Hard Dental Tissues ALBERT SCHUURS Academic Center for Dentistry in Amsterdam (ACTA), The Netherlands

✤✤ First dedicated volume on oral hard tissue pathology in over 30 years ✤✤ Contains over 400 photographs, the majority in colour ✤✤ Provides an encyclopaedic range of references combined with clinical management protocols for prevention of hard tissue pathology and treatment regimes ✤✤ Includes helpful tables to categorise the major modern cause and characteristics of lesions, including various forms of tooth wear READERSHIP: Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologists, Oral disease specialists, General dentists, Dental hygienists, Periodontists, and Dental students

DEC 2012 448PP 978-1-405-15365-2 CL €142.00 

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MONTY DUGGAL, ANGUS CAMERON & JACK TOUMBA Leeds Dental Institute, UK; University of Sydney, Australia; Leeds Dental Institute, UK

✤✤ Provides a concise and accessible introduction and revision aid, to all aspects of paediatric dentistry ✤✤ Follows the familiar, easy-to-use at a Glance format, each topic is presented as a double-page spread with facts accompanied by clear diagrams and clinical photographs ✤✤ Includes key information on prevention and management of dental caries, traumatic Injuries, management of children with special health care needs and paediatric oral medicine and pathology READERSHIP: Dental students, junior clinicians and members of the dental team with an interest in paediatric dentistry SERIES: At a Glance

OCT 2012 120PP 978-1-444-33676-4 PR €32.90 

Dentistry

Paediatric Dentistry at a Glance

Removable Orthodontic Appliances and Retainers Principles of Design and Use

FRIEDY LUTHER & Zararna NELSON-MOON Both at Leeds Dental Institute, UK

✤✤ Guide to the principles and practice of removable orthodontic appliances and retainers ✤✤ Contains many high quality clinical photographs ✤✤ Test Yourself’ section of clinical case studies and questions READERSHIP: Dental students, postgraduate trainees in orthodontics and paediatrics, general dentists and dental technicians

NOV 2012 208PP 978-1-444-33008-3 PR €48.90 

The Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide MEA WEINBERG & Stuart Froum New York University, USA; Private Practice, New York, USA

✤✤ Provides easy-to-follow drug tables summarising the main pharmacologic features of the different disciplines, while allowing the reader a quick-glance review of the key drugs, and theories ✤✤ Includes article references as guidelines to follow in decision-making, and for prescribing for pregnant, paediatric, and medically compromised patients ✤✤ Features instructions and guidelines for the patient on how to take the drugs, oral manifestations of drug reactions, and manage strategies ✤✤ Comes with extensive easy-to-follow tables on drug interactions in the dental practice including management prevention of these interactions, and sample prescriptions READERSHIP: Dental students, general dentists, periodontists, oral surgeons, and dental hygienists

DEC 2012 248PP 978-0-470-96044-8 PR €TBA 

Esthetic Soft Tissue Management of Teeth and Implants ANDRE P. SAADOUN Private Practice, France

✤✤ Provides practical coverage of an important and challenging skill in periodontics and implant dentistry ✤✤ Emphasizes the esthetic preservation of the natural dentition as well as implants ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive review of literature on these topics ✤✤ Contains many high quality full colour clinical photographs ✤✤ Written by an internationally renowned expert in the field READERSHIP: periodontists and other dental specialists, as well as advanced general dentists with an interest in esthetic, periodontics and implant dentistry

OCT 2012 216PP 978-1-118-30115-9 CL €73.90 

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Nutrition / Allied Health / Veterinary

Clinical Nutrition 2nd Edition

EDITED BY MARINOS ELIA, OLLE LJUNGQUIST, REBECCA STRATTON & SUSAN LANHAM-NEW University of Southampton, UK; Örebro University Hospital & Karolinska Institute, Sweden;  University of Southampton, UK; University of Surrey, UK

✤✤ Enables teachers and students to explore the core principles of nutrition to foster critical thinking ✤✤ Provides students with the required scientific basis in nutrition, in the context of a systems and health approach, with cross-referencing across the series to enable the flow of learning ✤✤ Takes a global perspective and is applicable for use by nutritionists and in nutrition courses throughout the world  

✤✤ Thoroughly updated and revised, with an additional chapter on Nutritional Screening and Assessment READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates of nutrition and dietetics, and all those working in the field of nutrition, and related health sciences SERIES: Nutrition Textbook Series

NOV 2012 548PP 978-1-405-16810-6 PR €57.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05626-2

Dietary Treatment of Epilepsy Practical Implementation of Ketogenic Therapy

Edited by ELIZABETH NEAL UCL-Institute of Child Health, London, UK

✤✤ An overview of epilepsy and the treatment options ✤✤ International perspective on ketogenic dietary therapy ✤✤ Additional resources, recipes and meal plans ✤✤ Covers implementation in infants and adults ✤✤ Review of evidence base for efficacy and mechanisms of action of dietary treatments READERSHIP: Paediatric dietitians and other members of the therapy team.

SEPT 2012 240PP 978-0-470-67041-5 PR €57.90 

Interprofessional Rehabilitation A Person-Centred Approach

EDITED BY Sarah G. Dean, Richard J. Siegert & William J. Taylor University of Exeter, UK; Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand; Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, New Zealand

✤✤ Draws together common themes that cut across the different professional groups, and the spectrum of health conditions requiring rehabilitation ✤✤ Sets out a model of practice that is tailored to the specific needs of the client ✤✤ Shows inter-professionalism at work in a range of clinical contexts ✤✤ Written by a multi-contributor team of specialists in physiotherapy, clinical psychology, and rehabilitation medicine READERSHIP: Students of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychology, and rehabilitation medicine; and health care practitioners keen to understand the benefits of an integrated approach to rehabilitation

SEPT 2012 216PP 978-0-470-65596-2 PR €38.90 

Atlas of Ear Diseases of the Dog and Cat SUE PATERSON & KAREN M. TOBIAS Rutland House Veterinary Hospital, UK; University of Tennessee, USA

✤✤ Includes a wealth of images of both normal and diseased ears of dogs and cats ✤✤ Over 400 high quality colour clinical images and clear line drawings accompanied by clear explanatory text throughout ✤✤ Enables veterinarians to match cases seen in practice with photos supplied to aid diagnosis ✤✤ Covers anatomy, diagnostic techniques, a range of commonly seen diseases, and ear surgery ✤✤ Written by two highly qualified veterinary specialists in the fields of dermatology and surgery READERSHIP: Veterinarians in general practice, as well as specialists and residents in veterinary dermatology.

DEC 2012 192PP 978-1-405-19326-9 CL €89.90 

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Veterinary

Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery EDITED BY ERIC MONNET Colorado State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive, in-depth reference on small animal soft tissue surgery ✤✤ Includes thoroughly referenced, and up-to-date information ✤✤ Covers surgical technique in detail, with step-by-step illustrations ✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art information on surgical conditions encountered in small animal surgery, including video clips and slideshows to demonstrate the procedures covered READERSHIP: Veterinary surgeons, surgery residents, veterinary practitioners, and students with a strong interest in surgery

OCT 2012 888PP 978-0-813-80782-9 CL €149.00 

Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry 2nd Edition

MARY ANNA THRALL, GLADE WEISER, TERRY W. CAMPBELL & ROBIN ALLISON Colorado State University, USA; Colorado State University, USA; Colorado State University, USA; Oklahoma State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a clear, concise guide to veterinary diagnostic techniques and interpretation ✤✤ Covers haematology and chemistry for a wide range of species, including valuable information on birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish ✤✤ Encompasses both the basic principles of laboratory testing and diagnosis and more in-depth information ✤✤ Serves as a well-illustrated, comprehensive resource for diagnostic evaluation, with more than 50 case studies promoting skills in data interpretation and diagnosis

READERSHIP: Veterinary students, veterinary clinical pathologists and residents, and members of the animal research community who use veterinary clinical pathology

AUG 2012 800PP 978-0-813-81027-0 CL €81.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-781-76850-4 

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Procedures 2nd Edition

TIMOTHY B. HACKETT & ELISA M. MAZZAFERRO Colorado State University, USA; Wheat Ridge Veterinary Specialists, USA

✤✤ Offers detailed protocols for common techniques in emergency and critical care ✤✤ Presents a series of colour photographs walking the reader through each step for every procedure, with video clips demonstrating most of the procedures on a companion website ✤✤ Improves clinical skills, and knowledge through a hands-on, practical approach ✤✤ Provides two new chapters on cardiopulmonary resuscitation and continuous rate infusions, and adds procedure information for orogastric lavage, respiratory sampling techniques, and pericardial drainage catheter to existing chapters

READERSHIP: Veterinarians, veterinary nurses, veterinary students, and veterinary nursing students

SEPT 2012 228PP 978-0-470-95855-1 PR €55.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-813-82331-7 

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion Small Animal Dentistry 2nd Edition

EDITED BY HEIDI B. LOBPRISE Virbac Corporation, USA

✤✤ Offers a quick reference for clinicians and students seeking dental information ✤✤ Presents information in the popular, succinct Five-Minute Veterinary Consult format, using a consistent, step-by-step approach to diagnosing and treating dental disease ✤✤ Features fully revised content throughout, with more colour images, information on recent advances, and revamped diagnostics and techniques sections, plus additional information on dental charting

✤✤ Provides new chapters on exotic pets, oral pain management, home care, the technician’s role, and practice management ✤✤ Includes access to a companion website offering client education handouts corresponding to the topics covered READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners and students SERIES: Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult

OCT 2012 488PP 978-0-470-95996-1 PR €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-781-76230-4 

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Veterinary

Veterinary Periodontology EDITED BY BROOK A. NIEMIEC Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive yet user-friendly reference on periodontal disease in companion animals ✤✤ Emphasises clinical management of the most common dental disease ✤✤ Offers practical instruction on basic and advanced therapeutic procedures ✤✤ Presents detailed data in an easy-to-read format; with full-colour images throughout to aid in comprehension

READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners, students, residents, and specialists

OCT 2012 350PP 978-0-813-81652-4 CL €102.00 

Veterinary Neuropathology Essentials of Theory and Practice

MARC VANDEVELDE, ROBERT HIGGINS & ANNA OEVERMANN University of Bern, Switzerland; University of California, Davis, USA; University of Bern, Switzerland

✤✤ Introduces the theoretical and practical basics of veterinary neuropathology, based on the authors’ extensive clinical, and teaching experience ✤✤ Teaches neuropathology from scratch not only for pathologists, and neurologists but also other interested groups – particularly imaging specialists ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive clinical manual to be used for daily diagnostic work

✤✤ Offers all the neuropathology a neurologist, and other MRI user needs to know, and provides a solid foundation for a diagnostic pathologist to become an effective neuropathologist READERSHIP: Veterinary neurologists, pathologists, and other interested parties such as imaging specialists

OCT 2012 216PP 978-0-470-67056-9 CL €83.90 

Handbook of Equine Parasite Control CRAIG REINEMEYER & MARTIN NIELSEN East Tennessee Clinical Research, Inc., USA; University of Kentucky, USA

✤✤ A practical and concise handbook on the control of equine parasites enabling equine practitioners to advise their clients effectively on evidence-based parasite control programs ✤✤ Covers the basic biology of internal parasites and the factors influencing their transmission, as well as providing diagnostic and assessment tools for interpreting clinical, historical and laboratory information ✤✤ Includes 20 case studies with detailed answers and discussions ✤✤ Written by two expert authors of international standing in the field READERSHIP: Veterinarians in equine practice, as well as veterinary students, equine veterinary technicians and nurses, researchers in equine parasitology, horse owners, and farm and stable managers.

OCT 2012 232PP 978-0-470-65871-0 PR €57.90 

Practical Guide to Equine Colic LOUISE SOUTHWOOD New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

✤✤ Takes a step-by-step clinical approach to medical management of colic ✤✤ Provides practical guidance to managing a colic case through all stages of the process ✤✤ Includes access to a companion animal website with videos, quizzes and case studies ✤✤ Offers key points, checklists, clinical tips, step-by-step illustrations, and case examples

✤✤ Caters for daily use in the practice setting for vets with any level of experience with equine colic, and emphasises clinically relevant information throughout READERSHIP: Equine practitioners, and veterinary students

SEPT 2012 352PP 978-0-813-81832-0 CL €81.90 

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EDITED BY CLAUDE RAGLE Washington State University, USA

✤✤ Presents a state-of-the-art summary of current knowledge on using laparoscopic techniques on equine patients ✤✤ Discusses the strengths, and weaknesses of the evidence ✤✤ Surveys and condenses the peer-reviewed literature into a highly readable reference ✤✤ Offers a thorough, up-to-date grounding in this important technique, allowing clinicians to improve their skills and knowledge ✤✤ Copublished with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons Foundation

Veterinary

Advances in Equine Laparoscopy

✤✤ Includes access to a companion website offering video clips of laparoscopic procedures READERSHIP: Large animal surgical specialists, and equine clinicians interested in laparoscopic techniques SERIES: Advances in Veterinary Surgery

SEPT 2012 360PP 978-0-470-95877-3 CL €122.00 

Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses A Clinical Approach

ROBIN STURTZ & LORI ASPREA Mercy College, USA; Animal Medical Center in New York City, USA

✤✤ Discusses anatomy and physiology separately to promote understanding ✤✤ Includes online test questions, labelling quizzes, dissection videos, and more ✤✤ Contains full colour illustrations and charts to visually depict the concepts discussed ✤✤ Emphasizes dogs and cats, with notes on horses, birds, and ruminants READERSHIP: Veterinary nursing students, practicing veterinary nurses

AUG 2012 160PP 978-0-813-82264-8 PR €38.90 

Small Animal Dental Procedures for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses JEANNE R. PERRONE Tampa Bay Veterinary Dentistry, USA

✤✤ Serves as a comprehensive reference to the skills and procedures required from technicians for dental care, focusing on the nursing role in dental techniques ✤✤ Takes a step-by-step approach to the oral exam, dental anaesthesia and analgesia, cleaning, radiology, and client communication ✤✤ Covers canine, feline, and exotic animal dental anatomy and terminology ✤✤ Provides forms for use in practice, review questions and answers, editable glossaries arranged by chapter, and images on a companion website, and promotes learning through learning objectives and pedagogical material online

READERSHIP: Veterinary technician or nursing students, nurses in practice, and those pursuing their specialty certification in veterinary dentistry

NOV 2012 280PP 978-0-813-82075-0 PR €48.90 

Veterinary and Animal Ethics

Proceedings of the First International Conference on Veterinary and Animal Ethics, September 2011

CHRISTOPHER WATHES, SANDRA CORR, STEPHEN MAY, STEVEN McCULLOCH & MARTIN WHITING Royal Veterinary College, UK; University of Nottingham, UK; Royal Veterinary College, UK; Royal Veterinary College, UK; Royal Veterinary College, UK

✤✤ Includes contributions from the leading thinkers in veterinary and animal ethics today, with stimulating, challenging, thought-provoking and sometimes controversial discussions ✤✤ Addresses key questions on the role of the veterinarian and the morality of animal use, as well as our impact on wildlife ✤✤ Provides guidance on the practical application of ethical principles and the problems encountered ✤✤ Forms the proceedings of the first International Conference on Veterinary and Animal Ethics (ICVAE) held in September 2011 READERSHIP: Animal welfare scientists, veterinarians, and all those interested in animal welfare issues. SERIES: UFAW Animal Welfare

NOV 2012 336PP 978-1-118-31480-7 CL €89.90 

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Veterinary / Conservation Science

BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pet and Wildlife Nursing MOLLY VARGA, RACHEL LUMBIS & LUCY GOTT Ashleigh Veterinary Centre, UK; Royal Veterinary College, UK; University of Liverpool, UK

BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pet and Wildlife Nursing

✤✤ Guides the veterinary nurse on care of exotic pet species through a logical sequence from the initial phone call (including initial contact advice), through to consultation, admittance, hospitalization, and intervention ✤✤ Covers commonly kept exotic pet species ✤✤ The information is presented in an accessible way so that a veterinary nurse experienced in the care of dogs and cats will be able to find and apply relevant information easily READERSHIP: Veterinary nurses and technicians. SERIES: BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association

OCT 2012  240PP 978-1-905-31935-0 PR €87.90 

Conservation and the Genetics of Populations 2nd Edition

FRED W. ALLENDORF, GORDON H. LUIKART & SALLY N. AITKEN University of Montana, USA; University of Montana, USA; University of British Columbia, Canada

✤✤ Presents a new edition of a popular advanced textbook in the rapidly expanding field of conservation genetics ✤✤ Features an accessible and clear writing style ✤✤ Accompanying website provides solutions to questions, example data sets, and software to help illustrate population genetic processes and methods of data analysis  

✤✤ Features special “guest” text boxes in each chapter written by top conservationists from around the world to illustrate their seminal work, and real-world problems READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates of conservation genetics, biological sciences, molecular ecology, conservation biology and natural resource management, and professional biologists working in wildlife and habitat management

DEC 2012 608PP 978-0-470-67145-0 PR €57.90 / 978-0-470-67146-7 CL €129.00 

Conservation of Wildlife Populations Demography, Genetics, and Management 2nd Edition

L. SCOTT MILLS University of Montana, USA

✤✤ Presents an updated, second edition of a well-known postgraduate textbook on wildlife conservation ✤✤ Applies concepts and approaches from population ecology to practical problems in wildlife conservation

✤✤ Covers the full spectrum of the subject, including genomic tools for non-invasive genetic sampling, predation, population projections, climate change and invasive species, harvest modelling, viability analysis, and focal species concepts ✤✤ Gives an up-to-date overview of a rapidly evolving field READERSHIP: Primary market: Postgraduates of wildlife ecology, conservation and management, conservation biology, applied ecology, population ecology, and conservation genetics. Secondary market: Practising wildlife managers and conservationists

DEC 2012 336PP 978-0-470-67149-8 PR €57.90 / 978-0-470-67150-4 CL €122.00 

Hymenoptera and Conservation T. R. NEW La Trobe University, Australia

✤✤ Synthesises the primary scientific literature on the conservation ecology of Hymenoptera such as bees, wasps, and ants ✤✤ Provides a broad and accessible overview of ants, bees, wasps and their relatives in conservation ✤✤ Avoids excessive technical language, making the book readable for conservation managers and naturalists with little previous knowledge of insect conservation

✤✤ Features the writings of one of the best-known entomologists in the world and one of the founders of the discipline of invertebrate conservation READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researching ecologists in the areas of insect conservation, pollinator studies in ecosystem services, biological control in pest management, and invasion ecology

OCT 2012 248PP 978-0-470-67180-1 CL €77.90 

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Exploring the Evidence for a Link

DILYS ROE, MATTHEW WALPOLE, JOANNA ELLIOT & CHRIS SANDBROOK International Institute for Environmental and Development, UK; UNEP, UK; African Wildlife Foundation, UK; UNEP–WCMC & University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Reviews a major area of conservation science and policy, exploring the current state of knowledge and challenges some of the prevailing myths and assumptions ✤✤ Features the writings of well-known international experts ✤✤ Explores the relationship between biodiversity conservation and poverty across different peoples and ecosystems

Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation

✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics, from setting up protected areas to payment for environmental services and biodiversity enterprise READERSHIP: Primary market: Conservation and development postgraduate students, practitioners and policy makers. Secondary market: Undergraduates and postgraduates of geography, conservation biology, and environmental economics SERIES: ZSL Conservation Science and Practice

DEC 2012 359PP 978-0-470-67478-9 PR €57.90 / 978-0-470-67479-6 CL €105.00 

Stream and Watershed Restoration A Guide to Restoring Riverine Processes and Habitats

PHILIP RONI & TIM BEECHIE Both from Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, WA, USA

✤✤ Serves as a comprehensive textbook on theory, planning, implementation and evaluation methods for the restoration of stream habitats ✤✤ Learning is supported with case studies from around the world and exercises throughout ✤✤ Provides a systematic approach for the planning and implementation of restoration programs READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates of stream ecology, restoration ecology, habitat restoration, and natural resource management, as well as restoration practitioners and fisheries scientists

SERIES: Advancing River Restoration and Management

DEC 2012 344PP 978-1-405-19956-8 PR €57.90 / 978-1-405-19955-1 CL €122.00 

Estuarine Ecology 2nd Edition

JOHN W. DAY, W. MICHAEL KEMP, ALEJANDRO YÁÑEZ-ARANCIBIA, BYRON C. CRUMP Louisiana State University, USA; University of Maryland, USA; Institute of Ecology A. C., Mexico; University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Completely updated and in full colour, this long-awaited new edition is the definitive text in estuarine ecology ✤✤ Features new chapters on Integrated Coastal Zone Management techniques, the effects of global climate change, submerged aquatic vegetation, intertidal salt marshes, mangroves, macroalage, community ecology, and estuarine modelling ✤✤ An entirely new section is included covering estuarine ecosystem processes, trophic webs, ecosystem metabolism and the interactions between estuaries and other ecosystems

Estuarine Ecology

READERSHIP: Postgraduates of estuarine ecology and management, environmental science, fisheries science, oceanography, and natural resource management, professionals and consultants working on estuary, and wetlands issues and management

NOV 2012 564PP 978-0-471-75567-8 CL €77.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-06263-9

The Biology and Ecology of Tintinnid Ciliates Models for Marine Plankton

JOHN R. DOLAN, DAVID J. S. MONTAGNES, SABINE AGATHA, D. WAYNE COATS & DIANE STOECKER CNRS & Universite Paris VI, France; University of Liverpool, UK; Universität Salzburg, Austria; Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA; University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Examines planktonic protist ecology in detail

Conservation Science / Ecology & Organismal Biology

Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation

✤✤ Features Tinitinnids, the only group with sufficient data making it an ideal model for marine protist ecology, and for compilation of this book ✤✤ Includes illustrations with 20 pages of colour plates, as well as black and white line drawings and photographs

READERSHIP: Scientists researching marine microbial ecology, primary productivity measurement, marine macroecology, climate change and marine systems, and postgraduates of marine plankton ecology and large-scale ocean ecosystems

NOV 2012 344PP 978-0-470-67151-1 CL €97.90 

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Ecology & Organismal Biology

Ecology and Management of Forest Soils 4th Edition

RICHARD FISHER & DAN BINKLEY Texas A&M University, USA; Warner College of Natural Resources, USA

Ecology and Management of Forest Soils

✤✤ Presents a completely revised and updated fourth edition of a classic textbook in the field ✤✤ Incorporates clear structures throughout with new material on approaches to the management of forest soils and geostatistics, GIS and taxonomies

✤✤ Includes a clear overview of each topic, informative examples and case studies, and an overall context for helping readers think clearly about forest soils ✤✤ Discusses practical management aspects – nutrition management, site preparation techniques, problem soils and atmospheric deposition of nutrients READERSHIP: Primary market: Undergraduates and postgraduates in soil science, forestry, agronomy, ecology, natural resource management, environmental management and conservation, and forest ecosystems. Secondary market: Professionals in forestry

NOV 2012 360PP 978-0-470-97946-4 PR €57.90 / 978-0-470-97947-1 CL €122.00 

Applied Population and Community Ecology The Case of Feral Pigs in Australia

JIM HONE University of Canberra, Australia

✤✤ Examines a long-term ecological study of invasive feral pigs in Australian forests, a unique and well-known study in the invasion biology academic community ✤✤ Provides an insightful summary of the results of the 25-year study of a population of invasive feral pigs – feral pig populations being a real problem in the forests of Australia, the deep south of the USA, and parts of central Europe ✤✤ Serves as a valuable illustration of applying population and community ecology to a real-world problem READERSHIP: Professional scientists including natural resource managers and ecologists; postgraduates in wildlife management, ecology and conservation biology, environmental science and management SERIES: ZSL CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE

SEPT 2012  256PP 978-0-470-65864-2 CL €97.90 

Do Species Exist? WERNER KUNZ Heinrich-Heine University, Germany

✤✤ Provides a sound scientific background to the problems arising from classifying organisms according to species ✤✤ Suits a wide audience of biologists and philosophers ✤✤ Features the writings of an expert in molecular biology with a long-standing expertise in taxonomy ✤✤ Gives easy access to the topic for field taxonomists READERSHIP: Biology students, lecturers in biology, zoologists, botanists, natural philosophers, and biologists

OCT 2012 274PP 978-3-527-33207-6 CL €79.90 

Agricultural Entomology HELMUT VAN EMDEN University of Reading, UK

Agricultural Entomology

✤✤ Represents the first reference text in agricultural entomology with a global perspective to be published in many decades ✤✤ Features the writings of one of the world’s leading entomologists ✤✤ Includes full-colour illustrations throughout for ease of identification of both the insect pest and the crop damage symptoms READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates of agricultural entomology, horticultural entomology and forestry entomology. A good reference for crop protection scientists and agricultural extension professionals working with farmers

DEC 2012 328PP 978-0-470-65913-7 CL €97.90 

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Implementing Strategies in the Baltic Sea Region

PHILIPP SCHMIDT-THOME & STEFAN GREIVING Geological Survey of Finland, Finland; University of Dortmund, Germany

✤✤ Covers the full scope of climate change adaptation strategies from data collection to policy, taking examples from the Baltic Sea Region project BaltCICA as a template for future implementation on a global scale ✤✤ Provides national, regional and local perspectives with case studies and how scenarios are used as a basis for decision making strategies

Climate Change Adaptation

✤✤ Analyses the practicality of linking monetary values to climate change adaptation ✤✤ Features full-colour illustrations throughout READERSHIP: Scientists who develop climate change adaptation strategies, public administration in the related fields on local, regional and state levels, private companies specialising in adaptation technologies, and students of climate change and planning

OCT 2012  350PP 978-0-470-97700-2 CL €89.90 

Environmental Modelling Finding Simplicity in Complexity 2nd Edition

JOHN WAINWRIGHT & MARK MULLIGAN  University of Sheffield, UK; King’s College London, UK

✤✤ Focuses on simplifying complex environmental systems ✤✤ Reviews current software, tools and techniques for modelling and looks into the future of simulation modelling and some of the major developments in the field that are currently ongoing

Environmental Modelling

✤✤ Includes an associated website containing colour images ✤✤ Gives practical examples from a wide variety of disciplines

READERSHIP: Final year undergraduates and MSc/Postgraduates taking courses in environmental modelling, environmental science, civil engineering, and biology. Professionals interested in environmental sciences

OCT 2012 472PP 978-0-470-74911-1 CL €65.90 

Operational Weather Forecasting

Earth & Environmental Science

Climate Change Adaptation

PETER MICHAEL INNESS, BOB RIDDAWAY & STEVE DORLING University of Reading, UK; European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts, UK ; University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ Features an accessible introduction to the practice of operational weather forecasting ✤✤ Describes the end-to-end process of forecasting, from gathering and processing observational data, through data assimilation and running a numerical model, to the production of forecasts ✤✤ Discusses the latest advances in the area, including ensemble methods, monthly to seasonal range prediction and use of ‘nowcasting’ tools such as radar and satellite imagery

Operational Weather Forecasting

✤✤ Includes full-colour illustrations throughout, and writings of a highly respected team of authors experienced in both academia and practice READERSHIP: Primary market: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates studying meteorology. Secondary market: Professional weather forecasting practitioners, and professional users of weather forecast SERIES: RMETS ADVANCING WEATHER AND CLIMATE SCIENCE SERIES

DEC 2012 248PP 978-0-470-71158-3 PR €51.90 / 978-0-470-71159-0 CL €122.00 

Paleomagnetism of Sedimentary Rocks Process and Interpretation

KENNETH P. KODAMA Lehigh University, USA

✤✤ Features Paleomagnetism, the study of the record of the Earth’s magnetic field preserved in various magnetic minerals through time ✤✤ Serves as an essential guide for interpreting the accuracy of sedimentary paleomagnetic data used for geologic interpretations ✤✤ Illustrates pitfalls as well as advantages of techniques used ✤✤ Provides real case studies to illustrate techniques READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in the field of paleomagnetism, geoscientist researchers and postgraduate students who use paleomagnetic data to interpret and constrain their geologic or paleoenvironmental work

DEC 2012 176PP 978-1-4443-3502-6 CL €77.90 

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Earth & Environmental Science

Coal Geology 2nd Edition

LARRY THOMAS Dargo Associates Ltd, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of the field of coal geology

Coal Geology

✤✤ Bridges the gap between academic aspects of coal geology (petrology and sedimentation) and the practical role of geology in the coal industry ✤✤ Examines historical and stratigraphical geology, together with mining, environmental issues, computer technology, and the marketing of coal ✤✤ Features a new chapter on coal use, improved illustrations including colour sections, and a truly global approach covering expanding fields in America, China and India READERSHIP: All academic and commercial professionals in coal geology, geotechnical and mining engineering and environmental science, and students in these areas

DEC 2012 440PP 978-1-119-99044-4 CL €119.00 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-48531-5

Geomorphic Analysis of River Systems An Approach to Reading the Landscape

KIRSTIE A. FRYIRS & GARY J. BRIERLEY Macquarie University, Australia; University of Auckland, New Zealand

✤✤ Highlights principles and tools to interpret river forms and processes ✤✤ Features a concise and user-friendly approach; and produced in an accessible format comprising a bite-size week-by-week overview of principles ✤✤ Provides a geomorphic approach to rivers – as opposed to a hydrological approach – with stress throughout on landscape interpretation

✤✤ Provides plentiful details on field techniques and practical approach es to data gathering READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying fluvial geomorphology/river processes courses in earth science, environmental science and physical geography degree courses worldwide

DEC 2012 352PP 978-1-4051-9274-3 PR €44.90 / 978-1-4051-9275-0 CL €119.00 

Hydrology and the Management of Watersheds 4th Edition

KENNETH N. BROOKS, PETER F. FFOLLIOTT & JOSEPH A. MAGNER University of Minnesota, USA; University of Arizona, USA; Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive introductory reference on hydrology and watershed management principles, methods, and applications ✤✤ Includes updated chapters on the management of forest, woodland, rangeland, agricultural urban and mixed land use watersheds ✤✤ Includes appendices covering information on conversions of SI to customary units, methods of frequency analyses in hydrology, applications of GIS techniques and spatial modelling ✤✤ Features case studies illustrating emerging tools for more efficient watershed management READERSHIP: Primary market: Undergraduates of hydrology and watershed management. Secondary market: Professionals at governmental and non-governmental organisations faced with the management of land and water resources

OCT 2012 540PP 978-0-470-96305-0 CL €83.90 

Wetland Environments A Global Perspective

JAMES S. ABER, SUSAN ABER & FIROOZA PAVRI Emporia State University, USA; Emporia State University, USA; University of Southern Maine, USA

✤✤ Serves as a good reference book on wetlands which play conspicuous roles in the physical, biological, and cultural geography of the world ✤✤ Fosters a greater awareness and appreciation of wetlands, promotes a culture of conservation and wise management, and spreads the knowledge that wetlands are important elements of the global environment ✤✤ Features a systems approach which emphasises the interactions between elements of wetland ecosystems 

✤✤ Features selected case studies from across the world to illustrate wetland characteristics and circumstances READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking courses on wetland environments or university students in the earth and environmental sciences

OCT 2012 464PP 978-1-4051-9842-4 PR €51.90 / 978-1-4051-9841-7 CL €119.00 

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VIJAY P. SINGH Texas A & M University, USA

✤✤ Offers a thorough introduction to the statistical theory of entropy and its practical applications in hydrological and environmental sciences ✤✤ Uses numerous examples to illustrate the applications of the theoretical principles ✤✤ Assumes minimal existing mathematical knowledge and is suitable for beginners and more experienced users

Entropy Theory Applications in Hydrological and Environmental Sciences

✤✤ Allows the reader to apply entropy theory to the solution of practical problems READERSHIP: Primary market: Postgraduates, researchers, practitioners, and academics in hydrological, environmental sciences and management, earth science, watershed management, geology, hydraulics, and river and environmental engineering

DEC 2012 456PP 978-1-119-97656-1 CL €122.00 

Aquaculture Engineering 2nd Edition

Odd-Ivar Lekang Agricultural University of Norway, Norway

✤✤ Second edition of a highly successful and well-received title ✤✤ Features the writings of an author with many years experience in one of the leading countries in aquaculture development ✤✤ Covers material technology, building design and construction, mechanical engineering and environmental engineering READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates of agricultural entomology, horticultural entomology and forestry entomology. A good reference for crop protection scientists and agricultural extension professionals working with farmers

DEC 2012 

416PP  978-0-470-67085-9   CL €189.00 

Molecular Markers in Plants ROBERT J. HENRY University of Queensland

✤✤ An up-to-date review of the latest technologies in the molecular analysis of plants that support improved plant breeding, production, and conservation ✤✤ Covers the advent of new approaches developed in light of advances in DNA sequencing ✤✤ Timely review of a dynamic field edited by an internationally renowned expert ✤✤ Looks at potential applications of marker technology READERSHIP: Plant geneticists, biotechnologists, crop breeding researchers, plant cellular and molecular biologists, plant physiologists and crop scientists

NOV 2012 200PP 978-0-470-95951-0 CL  €119.00 

Fungi and Lignocellulosic Biomass EDITED BY CHRISTIAN P. KUBICEK Vienna University of Technology, Austria

✤✤ Includes comprehensive and up-to-date review of fungi in efficient and cost-effective conversion of cellulosic biomass into fuel ✤✤ Examines enzymology of cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin degradation ✤✤ Applies information to the industrial production of biofuels READERSHIP: Biomass researchers, biofuels researchers, fungal biologists, enzymologists, protein chemists, biofuels chemical engineers, molecular biologists, and industry personnel, and postgraduates in these areas. SERIES: BIOMASS AND BIOFUELS

NOV 2012 312PP 978-0-470-96009-7 CL €169.00 

Aquaculture Engineering

Earth & Environmental Science / Aquaculture & Fisheries / Plant Science & Agriculture

Entropy Theory Applications in Hydrological and Environmental Sciences

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Plant Science & Agriculture

Principles of Plant Genetics and Breeding 2nd Edition

GEORGE ACQUAAH Bowie State University, USA

✤✤ Represents a thorough and well-written guide to the essential principles and tools, both classical and molecular, of plant breeding ✤✤ Combines both theory and practice in modern plant breeding and includes self-assessment questions at the end of each chapter which aid student learning ✤✤ Includes updated industry highlights to illustrate the concepts outlined in the text

✤✤ Features a companion website for instructors with access to artwork from the book READERSHIP: Primary market: Undergraduates, postgraduates and professionals in plant breeding, biotechnology and genetics. Secondary market: Researchers in the industry requiring an accessible reference

OCT 2012 608PP 664PP 978-0-470-66475-9 PR €55.90 / 978-0-470-66476-6 CL €119.00 

Horticultural Reviews, Volume 40 JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in horticultural sciences ✤✤ Emphasises on applied topics including the production of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamental plants of commercial importance ✤✤ Comes in two volumes per year, serving to collect, compare, and contrast the primary journal literature in order to form an overview of the topic ✤✤ Bridges the gap between the specialised researcher and the broader community of horticultural scientists READERSHIP: Libraries, horticulturists in industry and research, plant science researchers SERIES: Horticultural Reviews

OCT 2012 436PP 978-1-118-34583-2 CL €TBA 

Plant Breeding Reviews, Volume 36 JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Covers a wide range of crops: row crops, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and trees grown for timber and pulp ✤✤ Provides easy, time-saving, and cost effective access to the primary literature through numerous references ✤✤ Features works sponsored by The American Society for Horticultural Science, The Crop Science Society of America, The Society of American Foresters, and The National Council of Commercial Plant Breeders READERSHIP: Libraries, plant breeders, crop scientists, geneticists, and plant molecular biologists SERIES: Plant Breeding Reviews

OCT 2012 498PP 978-1-118-34584-9 CL €TBA 

Root Genomics and Soil Interactions MARTIN CRESPI Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive and integrated view of the role of genomics in the study of root biology ✤✤ Provides coverage of genomic approaches being applied to analysis of root responses to soil environment ✤✤ Looks at both model organisms and important agronomic crops ✤✤ Features the writings of an international team of experts in the field READERSHIP: Primary market: Root biologists, plant genomicists, plant cellular and molecular biologist, plant biochemists, plant physiologists, crop scientists, and crop science industry personnel. Secondary market: Advanced students and botanists

DEC 2012 304PP 978-0-470-96043-1 CL €169.00 

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PETER J. GREGORY The Scottish Crop Research Institute, UK

✤✤ Builds on the extremely successful and popular Russel’s Soil Conditions and Plant Growth ✤✤ Focuses on the interactions between soils and plants ✤✤ Covers crop science and genetics, soil fertility and organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorous cycles and their management ✤✤ Includes a final chapter focusing on new challenges including food, energy, and water security in the changing environment READERSHIP: Crop scientists, plant scientists, and personnel in the agrochemical industry working on fertilizers; plant nutrition products, or soil improvers. Upper level BSc and MSc students studying agricultural, soil, and environmental sciences

DEC 2012 384PP 978-1-405-19770-0 CL €129.00 

Improving Crop Productivity in Sustainable Agriculture NARENDRA TUTEJA, SARVAJEET SINGH GILL, RENU TUTEJA All from The International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, India

✤✤ Focuses on the most important topic in crop research in the 21st century: improving crop quality and quantity using modern methods ✤✤ Includes an excellent mix of specific examples for crop improvement ✤✤ Features hands-on guide which is ideally suited for biotech and industry READERSHIP: Agricultural scientists, students of agriculture, plant breeders, plant physiologists, botanists, and biotechnologists

DEC 2012 400PP 978-3-527-33242-7 CL €TBA 

Handbook of Plant Food Phytochemicals Sources, Stability and Extraction

B. K. TIWARI, NIGEL BRUNTON & CHARLES BRENNAN University College Dublin, Ireland; National Food Research Centre, Ireland

✤✤ Presents the most comprehensive reference on this commercially important sector of food science, enabling manufacturers to increase the level of health-promoting plant phytochemicals in foods ✤✤ Covers processing techniques aimed at the production of phytochemical-rich foods which can have a role in disease prevention ✤✤ Includes chapters on the health effects, chemistry, sources, analyses, and extraction of phytochemicals as well as their stability during established and novel forms of processing READERSHIP: Food scientists and engineers in industry and academic research, those with an interest in developing functional food products, food chemists, food regulatory agencies, nutritionists, and advanced students of food science and technology

DEC 2012 544PP 978-1-444-33810-2 CL €169.00 

Dry Beans Production, Processing and Nutrition MUHAMMAD SIDDIQ, MARK A. UEBERSAX & KIRK D. DOLAN All from Michigan State University, USA;

✤✤ Current knowledge and practices in the value chain of dry beans production, processing, and nutrition ✤✤ Describes the newest technologies in dry beans processing and value-added practices ✤✤ Covers traditional and non-traditional bean classes produced and consumed worldwide ✤✤ Explores applications of antioxidant properties of dry beans as functional foods READERSHIP: Food scientists, nutritionists and agronomists with interest in the subject, researchers, food processing specialists, food engineers and food chemists, food processing companies and government research and regulatory agencies

NOV 2012 400PP 978-0-813-82387-4 CL €155.00 

Soil Conditions and Plant Growth

Plant Science & Agricultures / Food Science & Technology

Soil Conditions and Plant Growth

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Food Science & Technology

Bio-Nanotechnology: A Revolution in Food, Biomedical and Health Sciences DEBASIS BAGCHI, MANASHI BAGCHI, HIROYOSHI MORIYAMA, & FEREIDOON SHAHIDI InterHealth Nutraceuticals, USA; InterHealth Nutraceuticals, USA; Showa Pharmaceutical University, Japan; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

✤✤ A comprehensive review of the state of the art of one of the key technologies of the 21st century ✤✤ Emphasis on the diverse applications in food and nutrition sciences, biomedicine, agriculture and other fields ✤✤ Book features 34 chapters arranged into eight sections ✤✤ Dedicated section examines potential safety issues around these new technologies READERSHIP: Industry, research and academe, including biologists, biochemists, food scientists, nutritionists and health professionals

DEC 2012 750PP 978-0-470-67037-8 CL €259.00 

Food Materials Science and Engineering BHESH BHANDARI & YRJÖ H. ROOS The University of Queensland, Australia; University College Cork, Ireland

Food Materials Science and Engineering

✤✤ Features a comprehensive guide to food materials, their properties and characterisation techniques, offering a new approach to understanding food production and quality control ✤✤ Looks at new techniques which can be used in the food industry to add value to raw commodities ✤✤ Links the properties and behaviour of food materials to potential improvements in the quality, shelf-life and nutritional value of finished products ✤✤ Includes chapters on the application of nanotechnology to food and food packaging READERSHIP: Food R&D technologists, lecturers and researchers, advanced students of food science and nutrition, universities, and libraries

OCT 2012 448PP 978-1-405-19922-3 CL €169.00 

Manufacturing Yogurt and Fermented Milks 2nd Edition

RAMESH C. CHANDAN & ARUN KILARA Global Technologies Inc., USA; Nutri+Food Business Consulting, USA

✤✤ An extensively revised update of this successful and comprehensive volume on the manufacturing of covering principles, market trends, health benefits and other fermented milks ✤✤ Describes the manufacturing stages of yogurt and fermented milks from the receipt of raw materials to the packaging of the products ✤✤ Coverage includes milk processing, ingredients, cultures, packaging, quality control, health considerations and more READERSHIP: Dairy scientists and other dairy industry professionals, R&D and production personnel in dairy industry companies of all sizes, libraries in government and industry, professionals in food science and dairy science programs

  DEC 2012  364PP 978-1-119-96708-8 CL €169.00 

Food Irradiation Research and Technology CHRISTOPHER H. SOMMERS & XUETONG FAN Both from Food Safety Intervention Technologies Research Unit, USDA-ARS-Eastern Regional Research Center, USA

✤✤ Presents the latest scientific findings of researchers at the leading edge of food irradiation ✤✤ Reviews recent advances in the irradiation of meat, poultry, fruits, vegetables and seafood; and the use of irradiation as a phytosanitary treatment ✤✤ Covers new research on the effect of irradiation on the chemistry and toxicology of irradiated foods including 2-alkycyclobutanones, furans and trans fats ✤✤ Discusses use of irradiation for decontamination of RTE foods, such as bagged salads and luncheon meats, and for food security READERSHIP: Industry food scientists involved in the processing of meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables, food microbiologists and radiation processing specialists, government and industry representatives involved in the import and export of food commodities, industry, local, and state officials SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS PRESS

NOV 2012 456PP 978-0-813-80209-1 CL €169.00 

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RODNEY A. HILL University of Idaho, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough but concise review of feed efficiency research ✤✤ Covers efficient production in a wide range of systems and environments ✤✤ Includes up-to-date information on the genetic and physiological basis of feed efficiency READERSHIP: Primary market: Animal scientists, nutritionists, cattle breeders, and physiologists. Secondary market: Cattle producers and students

SEPT 2012 322PP 978-0-470-95952-7 CL €TBA 

The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety A Guide to a Successful Audit 2nd Edition

RON KILL Micron Laboratories Ltd, UK

✤✤ New edition, based on Issue 6 of the standard, featuring 7 all-new chapters – a major expansion and update ✤✤ The only independent guide to attaining the BRC Global Standard for Food – a benchmark for best practice in the food industry worldwide ✤✤ Structured in 3 practical and helpful sections: Before the Audit; The Audit; and After the Audit

READERSHIP: Food manufacturers, retailers, certification bodies and consultants to the food industry

SEPT 2012 400PP 978-0-470-67065-1 PR €83.90 

The Chemistry of Food Additives and Preservatives TITUS A. M. MSAGATI University of Johannesburg, South Africa

✤✤ An up-to-date reference guide to the range of different types of additives, both natural and synthetic, used in the food industry today ✤✤ Covers the latest newly-developed additives and preservatives currently being introduced to foods around the world ✤✤ Covers the procedures by which new additives are introduced, how the quality of these is ascertained, and how consumer safety is ensured, making the book essential for food product developers ✤✤ Offers an in-depth analysis of the chemical interactions of food additives and preservatives with the natural composition of the food to which they are added READERSHIP: Food chemists, scientists and technologists based food manufacturing companies, researchers based in academic institutions, food safety specialists and agencies, food processors working with additives and preservatives, food product developers, food regulators and policy makers

NOV 2012 344PP 978-1-118-27414-9 CL €169.00 

Food Science & Technology / Forensic Science

Feed Efficiency in the Beef Industry

The Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks DAVID BALDWIN, JOHN BIRKETT & OWEN FACEY Forensic Science Service, UK; Forensic Science Service, UK; Staffordshire University, UK

✤✤ Comprehensive introduction to the key techniques and developments within the field of tool mark investigation ✤✤ Covers tool mark examination and how these techniques are used within forensic investigation ✤✤ Includes a large range of illustrations, photographs and tables, and material examining and recording the scene and analysis of marks in the lab ✤✤ An extremely valuable resource in the on-going debate regarding evidential value of tool marks in court READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates taking relevant courses in Forensic Science and practicing Forensic Scientists looking for an accessible overview of the subject.

The Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks

SERIES: Essential Forensic Science

DEC 2012 256PP 978-1-119-97245-7 PR €44.90 / 978-1-119-97246-4 CL €119.00 

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Forensic Science / Life Science

Wildlife DNA Analysis Applications in Forensic Science

ADRIAN LINACRE & SHANAN TOBE Flinders University, Australia; University of Strathclyde, UK

Wildlife DNA Analysis

✤✤ Approaches the fast developing field of wildlife forensics with a focus on the application of DNA profiling and analysis ✤✤ Case studies throughout to link theory and practice and to highlight the use of DNA testing in species testing ✤✤ Covers both crimes against wildlife and offences where wildlife can provide vital evidence ✤✤ Assumes only a basic background knowledge of DNA READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking DNA profiling or wildlife crime modules as part of general forensic science courses or Forensic Biology courses. Secondary Market: Students taking courses in conservation genetics, conservation biology and molecular ecology, and professionals and researchers SERIES: Essential Forensic Science

DEC 2012 256PP 978-0-470-66596-1 PR €51.90 / 978-0-470-66595-4 CL  €119.00 

Forensic Biomechanics JULES KIESER, MICHAEL TAYLOR & DEBRA CARR University of Otago, New Zealand; ESR Forensics, New Zealand; Cranfield University, UK

✤✤ A unique approach to the fast developing area of biomechanics from a forensic perspective

Forensic Biomechanics

✤✤ Provides an in- depth examination of the field of trauma biomechanics and discusses the role of biomechanical principles in the analysis of blood-splatter patterning, assault and child abuse, ballistics and the investigation of the fracture of fibers and textiles ✤✤ Illustrated with real life case studies ✤✤ Avoids high level mathematics for an accessible approach READERSHIP: Academic professionals, postgraduate students and forensic biology professionals, undergraduate students in forensic science and related subjects, legal professionals needing to understand the nature of evidence, forensic anthropologists and forensic odontologists SERIES: Developments in Forensic Science

OCT 2012 184PP 978-1-119-99011-6 CL €77.90 

Forensic Ecology From Crime Scene to Court

JULIE ROBERTS & NICHOLAS MÁRQUEZ-GRANT Cellmark Forensic Services, UK; Cellmark Forensic Services, UK

Forensic Ecology

✤✤ Provides a complete handbook covering all aspects of forensic ecology ✤✤ Brings together the forensic applications of anthropology, archaeology, entomology, palynology and sedimentology in one volume ✤✤ Provides information not only on the search, location, recovery and analysis of evidence, but includes sampling strategies for diatom analysis, pollen and soils samples and entomology ✤✤ Guides the reader through all stages from pre-scene attendance to report writing and standing as an expert witness READERSHIP: Academics and professionals in forensic science including Scene of Crime Officers or Crime Scene Investigators, Special Investigation Officers and police detectives, forensic scientists, advanced undergraduate and graduate students in forensic science and related subjects. Secondary Market: Legal practitioners, INTERPOL, criminologists SERIES: Developments in Forensic Science

OCT 2012 256PP 978-1-119-97419-2 CL €65.90 

Career Planning for Research Bioscientists SARAH BLACKFORD The Society of Experimental Biology, UK

✤✤ Clearly and succinctly written by a very experienced careers advisor with a background in biology ✤✤ Takes the reader through all stages of career planning, decision taking, and making applications or presentations ✤✤ Illustrated throughout with detailed case studies and designed specifically for those working in Europe, North America, and Australia

✤✤ Introduces the readers to career opportunities for researching biologists that many would not have considered, such as journalism READERSHIP: All post-graduate researching biologists, either studying for a PhD or undertaking research at the post-doctoral level and some undergraduate biology students

DEC 2012 200PP 978-1-405-19670-3 PR €25.90 

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A Student’s Guide to Recognising Best Practice in Research

PHILIP DAVID LANGTON University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ An invaluable resource which teaches students the skills they need to critically appraise research techniques and methods in life sciences ✤✤ Coverage of forty key techniques in the life sciences, whereby students will learn to determine how, when and why a technique should be used

Research Techniques for Biomedical Scientists

✤✤ Global approach with leading experts in diverse fields ✤✤ Contains sample letters, abstracts and reviews, and panel summaries as well as information on grant management READERSHIP: Undergraduate and Masters students studying all areas of life sciences, especially those on research-led degree programmes. Also post-graduate and early post-doctoral students who are required to sharpen their ability to critically evaluate the literature or who are working in areas outside of their immediate field of knowledge.

Life Science

Research Techniques for Biomedical Scientists

DEC 2012 256PP 978-1-119-95997-7 PR €TBA / 978-1-119-95996-0 CL €89.90 

Science Communication A Practical Guide for Scientists

LAURA BOWATER, KAY YEOMAN & STEPHEN ASWORTH All from University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ A user-friendly hands-on guide to the increasingly significant discipline of science communication and public engagement ✤✤ Unique in its practical advice concerning engagement events, this guide is written by scientists for scientists

Science Communication

✤✤ Recipe style layout presenting hints, tips and potential pitfalls concerning science communication events as well as rich illustrations READERSHIP: Undergraduates and Postgraduates studying science communication, and all those seeking to widen sciences accessibility

DEC 2012 400PP 978-1-119-99312-4 PR €32.90 / 978-1-119-99313-1 CL €105.00 

Having Success with NSF A Practical Guide

PING LI & KAREN MARRONGELLE Pennsylvania State University, USA; Oregon University and Portland State University, USA

✤✤ Provides practical how-to approach and addresses the most frequently asked questions requested of the authors during their tenures as NSF program directors ✤✤ Offers an insider perspective through the writings of successful grant writers who have worked as NSF program directors

Having Success with NSF

✤✤ Serves as an excellent reference or text for postgraduate seminars in grant writing ✤✤ Contains sample letters, abstracts and reviews, and panel summaries as well as information on grant management READERSHIP: All researchers and postgraduates in science and engineering in the United States who intend to apply for NSF funding.  Excellent text for seminars in grant application at postgraduate level

DEC 2012 144PP 978-1-118-01398-4 PR €26.90 

Amino Acid Metabolism 3rd Edition

DAVID A. BENDER University College London, UK

✤✤ Completely revised edition of this comprehensive text covering all the latest findings in amino acid metabolism research ✤✤ Covers new advances in metabolomics and metabonomics

Amino Acid Metabolism

✤✤ Provides clear illustrations of all structures and metabolic pathways ✤✤ Full list of recommended further reading for each chapter READERSHIP: Researchers of biochemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology and microbiology, and researchers in these areas as well as researchers in nutritional, metabolic and genetic medicine, as well as advanced students in nutrition, medicine and biomedical sciences and clinical chemistry

AUG 2012 456PP 978-0-470-66151-2 CL €97.90 

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Life Science

Atlas of Developmental Field Anomalies of the Human Skeleton A Paleopathology Perspective

ETHNE BARNES Corinth Excavations, American School of Classical Studies, USA

✤✤ Features the writings of the most consulted authority on developmental anomalies of the human skeleton ✤✤ Serves as an easy reference guide for the identification, understanding, and interpretation of developmental variations of the human skeleton, both pathological and non-pathological forms ✤✤ Incorporates sections and subdivisions accompanied by brief discussions and drawings of morphogenetic development, followed by drawings and photographs of related anomalies occurring within that particular part of the skeleton ✤✤ Includes short discussions on embryonic development of anomalies with drawings READERSHIP: Primary market: skeletal biologists, physical anthropologists, paleopathologists, forensic anthropologists. Secondary market: medical specialists in skeletal disorders, interested archaeologists and general readers

DEC 2012 720PP 978-1-118-01388-5 CL €129.00 

Extreme Tissue Engineering ROBERT BROWN Day Center for Neuromuscular Research, USA

✤✤ Features the first introductory text in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine ✤✤ Serves students and researchers in the basic science, clinical aspects and regulatory aspects of the field with its truly interdisciplinary approach ✤✤ Uses real life examples to illustrate and educate ✤✤ Includes full-colour, clear and student-friendly illustrations

READERSHIP: Students and researchers of stem cell and developmental biology, tissue repair, implantology and surgical sciences, biomaterials sciences and nanobiomedicine, bioengineering, bio-processing, and monitoring technologies

AUG 2012 272PP 978-0-470-97446-9 PR €51.90 / 320PP 978-0-470-97447-6 CL €119.00 

Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation EDITED BY JANE WU

PostTranscriptional Gene Regulation

Northwestern University, USA

✤✤ Features an up-to-date and comprehensive resource on RNA processing – an emerging topic in biomedical research ✤✤ Incorporates thorough coverage of known molecular mechanisms in post-transcriptional RNA-modification ✤✤ Complements existing genetics and genomics program line ✤✤ Serves as a useful resource for a wide reader group in science, clinics as well as pharmaceutical industry READERSHIP: Molecular biologists, geneticists, pharmacologists, biochemists, medicinal chemists, biotechnologists, university libraries, and biochemical institutes

DEC 2012 350PP 978-3-527-32202-2 CL €129.00 

Extremophiles

Sustainable Resources and Biotechnological Implications

OM V. SINGH University of Pittsburgh, USA

✤✤ Reviews extremolytes and their biotechnological implications ✤✤ Covers therapeutic implications of various extremolytes, such as combating various cancer types and explores the mechanisms of extremolyte production ✤✤ Introduces other potential commercial uses for extremolyites ✤✤ Addresses FDA regulations and challenges in therapeutic implications of extremolytes READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers in biotechnology, clinical biotechnology, microbiology, and applied microbiology

NOV 2012 500PP 978-1-118-10300-5 CL €129.00 

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2nd Edition

KLAUS BUCHHOLZ, VOLKER KASCHE & UWE THEO BORNSCHEUER Technical University Braunschweig, Germany; Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; Greifswald University, Germany

✤✤ Represents bestselling work now thoroughly updated and revised in its second English edition ✤✤ Includes problems and answers for each chapter ✤✤ Incorporates colour figures and real life case studies

Biocatalysts and Enzyme Technology

✤✤ Comes with a companion website including figures for lecturers and internet resources READERSHIP: Biotechnologists, biologists, biochemists, organic chemists, bioengineers, pharmaceutical industry, chemical industry, biology, and chemistry students

OCT 2012 656PP 978-3-527-32989-2 PR €89.90 

Life Science

Biocatalysts and Enzyme Technology

Light Sheet Based Fluorescence Microscopy Principles and Practice

ERNST H. K. STELZER, KLAUS GREGER & EMMANUEL G. REYNAUD All from European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany

✤✤ Represents the first and only book on a revolutionary and novel imaging technology, the light sheet fluorescence microscopy ✤✤ Features the writings of members of the EMBL (European Molecular Biology Laboratory) group, who developed the technology

Light Sheet Based Fluorescence Microscopy

✤✤ Includes a concise and easy-to-understand introduction into the method, sample preparation and data analysis ✤✤ Serves as a good reference for anyone who plans to work with the new technology READERSHIP: Developmental biologists, cell biologists, neurobiologists, biophysicists, and botanists

DEC 2012 250PP 978-3-527-32113-1 CL €99.00 

Fundamentals of Light Microscopy and Electronic Imaging 2nd Edition

DOUGLAS B. MURPHY & MICHAEL W. DAVIDSON University of Pennsylvania, USA; Florida State University, USA

✤✤ Expands and updates discussions of multi-spectral imaging, intensified digital cameras, signal co-localisation, and uses of objective lenses ✤✤ Provides guidance in the selection of microscopes and electronic cameras, as well as appropriate optical systems and fluorescent tags

Fundamentals of Light Microscopy and Electronic Imaging

✤✤ Offers end-of-chapter problem sets with answers ✤✤ Includes a glossary of terms, lists of materials, and procedures for specimen preparation READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates, cell biologists, molecular biologists, geneticists, physiologists, neuroscientists, biophysicists, and biochemists

OCT 2012 528PP 978-0-471-69214-0 CL €87.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-25391-4

Microbes and Evolution: The World That Darwin Never Saw ROBERTO KOLTER & STANLEY MALOY Harvard Medical School, USA; San Diego State University, USA

✤✤ Celebrates the bicentennial of Charles Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his landmark book On the Origin of Species ✤✤ Features the writings of 40 first-person essays written by evolutionary microbiologists whose thinking and career paths in science were impacted by Darwin’s seminal work ✤✤ The essays included discuss how microbial evolution occurs and provides evidence of microbial evolution

Microbes and Evolution: The World That Darwin Never Saw

✤✤ Advanced discussions on topics such as variation under domestication, microbial diversity in nature and fungal biogeography READERSHIP: Primary market: Medical students, microbiology students in pathogenic microbiology, medical practitioners in infectious diseases, and public health professionals. Secondary market: medical sales professional in antimicrobial therapeutics SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY

OCT 2012 325PP 978-1-555-81540-0 PR €TBA 

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Life Science

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria 4th Edition

LARRY SNYDER, J. E. PETERS, TINA M. HENKIN, & WENDY CHAMPNESS Michigan State University, USA; Cornell University, USA; The Ohio State University, USA; Michigan State University, USA

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria

✤✤ Provides descriptive background information, detailed experimental methods, examples of genetic analyses, and advanced material relevant to current applications of molecular genetics ✤✤ Integrates biochemical, genomic, and structural information that broadens the knowledge obtained from molecular genetics ✤✤ Focuses on the most widely studied bacteria, Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis, but incorporates many examples from other bacteria of medical, ecological, and biotechnological importance READERSHIP: Students and professionals in the fields of microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, bioengineering, medicine, molecular biology, and biotechnology SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY

OCT 2012 750PP 978-1-555-81627-8 CL €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-555-81399-4

A Concise Manual of Pathogenic Microbiology SAROJ K. MISHRA & DIPTI AGRAWAL University of Houston Clear Lake, USA; Infectious Disease Specialist, Internal Medicine, USA

✤✤ Serves as a quick, concise reference on the causes and treatment of common infectious diseases ✤✤ Includes overview of the importance of infectious diseases in the social economy ✤✤ Covers modes of transmission, portals of entry, and the host-microbe relationship ✤✤ Focuses on specific groups of pathogenic microgorganisms including bacteria, protozoa, fungi, viruses, and prions READERSHIP: Primary market: Medical students, microbiology students in pathogenic microbiology, medical practitioners in infectious diseases, and public health professionals. Secondary market: medical sales professional in antimicrobial therapeutics

OCT 2012 216PP 978-1-118-30119-7 CL €53.90 

Immunity to Parasitic Infections TRACEY LAMB University of Reading, UK

✤✤ An authoritative guide providing a comprehensive, cutting edge introduction to parasite immunology

Immunity to Parasitic Infections

✤✤ Examines current knowledge about immune responses to parasitic infections affecting humans, including interactions that occur during co-infections, and how immune responses may be manipulated to develop therapeutic interventions against parasitic infection ✤✤ Includes a glossary of terms for easy reference and is illustrated in full colour throughout

READERSHIP: Targeted at final year undergraduate/MSC students studying immunology, postgraduate students and other new researchers to the field

OCT 2012 528PP 978-0-470-97248-9 PR €48.90 / 978-0-470-97247-2 CL €119.00 

The Human Microbiota

How Microbial Communities Affect Health and Disease

DAVID N. FREDRICKS Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, USA

The Human Microbiota

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive description of the human microbiota in full colour ✤✤ Illuminates the most recent findings on the microbiology of human niches, with a focus on what modern molecular methods are revealing about the microbes that make their home in the human body ✤✤ Includes perspectives and commentary by pioneers in human microbial ecology ✤✤ Reviews by leading scientists responsible for generating the primary data in each topic area READERSHIP: Microbiologists, physicians, infectious disease specialists, postgraduates in the life sciences, postdoctoral fellows, microbial ecologists, science teachers, clinical microbiologists, and molecular biologists

DEC 2012 463PP 978-0-470-47989-6 CL €112.00 

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Life Science

Inhalation Drug Delivery Techniques and Products

PAOLO COLOMBO, DANIELA TRAINI & FRANCESCA BUTTINI University of Parma, Italy; The University of Sydney, Australia; University of Parma, Italy

✤✤ Essential up-to-date guide to the mechanisms and processes involved in inhalation drug delivery ✤✤ Strong focus on inhalation products and specific equipment and techniques used in laboratories for manufacturing and quality control

Inhalation Drug Delivery

✤✤ Attention is dedicated to the assessment of aerodynamic properties of inhalation products ✤✤ Part of the ULLA (European University Consortium for Advanced Pharmaceutical Education and Research) Series of Postgraduate textbooks

READERSHIP: Microbiologists, physicians, infectious disease specialists, postgraduates in the life sciences, postdoctoral fellows, microbial ecologists, science teachers, clinical microbiologists, and molecular biologists SERIES: ULLA SERIES

OCT 2012 218PP 978-1-118-35412-4 CL €65.90 

Reverse Genetics of RNA Viruses Applications and Perspectives

ANNE BRIDGEN ✤✤ Provides a unique, in-depth exploration and presentation of reverse genetics in RNA Viruses ✤✤ Enables researchers to manipulate viral genomes, study the subsequent effects on viral phenotype and develop applications for the prevention and control of both human and animal viral diseases ✤✤ Includes numerous examples of cutting-edge applications of reverse genetics within each of the RNA viral groups including; positive and negative sense and double stranded RNA viruses

Reverse Genetics of RNA Viruses

✤✤ Edited by one of the original pioneers in the field of reverse RNA viral genetics READERSHIP: New postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers in the field, virology researchers, further reading for advanced virology courses and microbiology modules, and pharmaceutical companies developing viral vaccines using reverse genetic technology

DEC 2012 416PP 978-0-470-97965-5 CL €122.00 

Local Planning for Terror and Disaster From Bioterrorism to Earthquakes

LEONARD A. COLE & NANCY D. CONNELL Rutgers University-Newark, USA; University of Medicine and Dentistry, USA

✤✤ Explores the cutting edge of the new multidisciplinary field of ‘Terror Medicine’ ✤✤ Integrates response to bioterror events, biosecurity, natural disaster, infectious disease outbreak, public health policy, and response by emergency and medical staff ✤✤ Developed from topics at recent Symposia on Terror Medicine and Security ✤✤ Explores the role of different professionals and emergency responders, including nurses, dentists, and firefighters in each chapter READERSHIP: Individuals and institutions whose daily responsibilities include readiness for a terrorist or disaster event, including healthcare, law enforcement, security communities, CDC, and infectious disease control

OCT 2012 266PP 978-1-118-11286-1 PR €87.90 

Virology – Principles and Applications 2nd Edition

JOHN CARTER & VENETIA SAUNDERS Liverpool John Moores University, UK

✤✤ Focuses on contemporary concepts and the relevance of virology to everyday life, including the latest developments in the field of HIV, Foot and Mouth disease, Ebola, SARS, and MMR ✤✤ Provides numerous diagrams carefully developed and labelled clearly to enhance student understanding ✤✤ Features an introduction to the theories behind the origins of viruses and how they are evolving with discussion on emerging viruses READERSHIP: Undergraduates of biology, microbiology, and biomedical sciences taking courses in virology

OCT 2012 384PP 978-1-119-99142-7 PR €51.90 / 978-1-119-99143-4 CL €TBA 

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General & Introductory Chemistry / Chemical Engineering & Industrial Chemistry

Experiment!

Planning, Implementing and Interpreting

OIVIND ANDERSSON Lund University, Sweden

✤✤ Aims to speed up the reader’s journey towards becoming a proficient experimenter ✤✤ Features methodologies for experimenters that put practical tools into a scientific context ✤✤ Suits the needs of Ph.D. and Masters students just starting to develop their own experiments (both physical or numerical) ✤✤ Demands little or no prerequisite knowledge other than basic calculus and statistics for the sections on statistical tools READERSHIP: Budding experimenters at Masters/Ph.D. level within natural, engineering, and medical sciences; teachers and supervisors; those working with experiments in industry and at public agencies

SEPT 2012 256PP 978-0-470-68825-0 PR €38.90 / 304PP 978-0-470-68826-7 CL €119.00 

How to Protect Your Invention A Guide to Patents for Scientists and Engineers

J. P. KENNEDY The University of Akron, USA

✤✤ Features the writings of an academic scientist who has over 100 issued US patents, some of them generating billions of dollars of revenue ✤✤ Suits students who are just starting to apply for patents, with its accessible, clear, and non-technical language ✤✤ Provides the most up-to-date reference in the field, applicable to all scientists and engineers ✤✤ Addresses sweeping changes to patent law approved by President Obama in September 2011 READERSHIP: Researchers and graduates in sciences and engineering; young professionals and postdoctorals who are about to enter the industry with little experience in intellectual property matters

OCT 2012 196PP 978-1-118-36937-1 PR €TBA 

Applied Mathematics and Modeling for Chemical Engineers 2nd Edition

Applied Mathematics and Modeling for Chemical Engineers

RICHARD G. RICE & DUONG D. DO Louisiana State University, USA; University of Queensland, Australia

✤✤ Covers the fundamentals of formulation of physicochemical problems in this new edition ✤✤ Includes new problems added as text examples and exercises within all chapters - from bioengineering and material science to nanotechnology applicable to the field of chemical engineering ✤✤ Incorporates a new chapter on linear algebra: vectors and matrices used for solving large arrays of linear algebraic and differential equations ✤✤ Features tips explaining the principles behind the software results and a solutions manual READERSHIP: Chemical and biochemical engineering students, teachers, practicing engineers, and industry chemical engineers

SEPT 2012 400PP 978-1-118-02472-0 CL €109.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-30377-0 

Case Histories in Vibration and Fatigue for the Practicing Engineer ANTHONY SOFRONAS ✤✤ Demonstrates applications of vibration theory in the field and documents real-world examples of past vibration problems, both common and unique, their root causes, and the methods used to solve each problem ✤✤ Simplifies complex plant problems using familiar terms that are relevant to the practicing engineer, without reliance on excessive theory ✤✤ Covers a wide range of equipment types; analyses both machinery and pressure vessel equipment failures caused by vibration ✤✤ Features a unique emphasis on case histories which provides an immediate solution for engineers and managers who may encounter the same vibration problem READERSHIP: Mechanical and chemical engineers, technicians, mechanics, consultants, managers in the petrochemical, power, and manufacturing industries; courses and in-plant seminars offered to engineers

SEPT 2012 304PP 978-1-118-16946-9 CL €69.90 

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LAURENT SIMON New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Combines knowledge of process dynamics and basic control theory to analyse a range of bioprocesses and controlled drug-release devices ✤✤ Provides a single concise source of information in applying mathematical concepts to various biological problems for readers with a non-bioengineering background

Control of Biological and Drug-Delivery Systems for Chemical Engineers

✤✤ Presents methods for analysing complex biological problems using control theory

✤✤ Includes detailed examples, case studies, computer projects, and step-by-step solutions to numerical problems using computational software, as well as additional problems and a solutions manual READERSHIP: Researchers, professors, and students in chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, pharmaceutical engineering, systems biology, and process controllers

SEPT 2012 320PP 978-0-470-90323-0 CL €87.90 

Engineering Complex Phenotypes in Industrial Strains RANJAN PATNAIK DuPont, India

✤✤ Provides a modern review of industrial biotechnology, helping the reader understand the approaches that are used to engineer microbes as well as understand the downstream processes ✤✤ Highlights the advantages and drawbacks of all methods and tools used in multiple disciplines for genome engineering of complex phenotypes ✤✤ Details current and future tools so as to unravel the complexity of microbial metabolism in producing engineering strains much faster than the natural evolution process ✤✤ Applies to many research areas including chemical engineering, metabolic engineering, synthetic biology, and genetic engineering and includes case-study examples to reinforce the fundamental concepts taught READERSHIP: R&D biochemists and engineers, process designers, firms investing in green technologies, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, and academic researchers, professors, and students of industrial biotechnology

NOV 2012 296PP 978-0-470-61075-6 CL €87.90 

Guidelines for Managing Process Safety Risks During Organizational Change Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) ✤✤ Describes the drivers for an effective organizational change management (OCM) system and characteristics of a good OCM system ✤✤ Includes several examples of OCM systems that are drawn from CCPS member companies and industry studies ✤✤ Provides information for augmenting existing management of change (MOC) systems or developing a separate OCM system

Guidelines for Managing Process Safety Risks During Organizational Change

✤✤ Includes references and case studies in a practical hands-on guide format READERSHIP: OCM practitioners; process safety and loss prevention professionals in government, academia, consulting, and the military; technical and plant managers responsible for MOC system effectiveness and efficiency

NOV 2012 200PP 978-1-118-37909-7 CL €TBA 

Chemical Engineering & Industrial Chemistry

Control of Biological and Drug-Delivery Systems for Chemical Engineers

Improving Profitability through Green Manufacturing DAVID R. HILLIS & J. BARRY DUVALL Professor Emeritus, East Carolina University, USA; East Carolina University, USA

✤✤ Shows readers how to use techniques and methods for creating a green manufacturing facility, and apply them to their own enterprise ✤✤ Provides steps for creating and maintaining a manufacturing operation that is profitable and environmentally compliant ✤✤ Covers steps for various functions in the plant including marketing, product design, manufacturing technology, manufacturing management, and human resources

Improving Profitability through Green Manufacturing

✤✤ Includes a case study of a profitable manufacturing company and the steps taken to lessen the environmental impact of the facility, and methods used to identify and make improvements READERSHIP: Manufacturing operators and product managers with degrees in design, industrial, and manufacturing engineering; managers of training and development, human resources, and plant; environmental compliance officers

SEPT 2012 248PP 978-1-118-11125-3 CL €53.90 

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Chemical Engineering & Industrial Chemistry

Preparative Chromatography 2nd Edition

H. SCHMIDT–TRAUB, MICHAEL SCHULTE & ANDREAS SEIDEL–MORGENSTERN University of Dortmund, Germany; Merck KGaA, Germany; University of Magdeburg, Germany

✤✤ Presents an essential updated edition in this fast-changing field, completely revised with 35 % new content ✤✤ Features an interdisciplinary representation of chromatography: What a chemist needs to know about engineering of chromatography? What an engineer needs to know about the chemistry of chromatography? ✤✤ Discusses the sustainability and cost effectiveness of chromatography, including process intensification – the single most effective cost-saving and sustainable development in the chemical industries ✤✤ Serves as an essential reference for chemists and chemical engineers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, chemists in industry, chromatographers, analytical chemists, analytical laboratories in industry, pharmaceutical laboratories, and food industry

AUG 2012 648PP 978-3-527-32898-7 CL €139.00 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-30643-5 

Second Generation Biofuels and Biomass ROLAND A. JANSEN Mother Earth Investments AG, Switzerland

✤✤ Discusses investment possibilities and bioenergies political, environmental and financial impact ✤✤ Details the science and technology involved in second generation biofuels ✤✤ Reveals large-scale case studies, such as in the aviation industry ✤✤ Serves as an essential guide for scientists, investors, politicians, and decision makers in the energy sector READERSHIP: Chemical industry, chemists, chemical engineers, process engineers, chemical organisations, and top management

SEPT 2012 250PP 978-3-527-33290-8 CL €TBA 

Bioremediation of Refined Petroleum Fractions JAMES G. SPEIGHT

Bioremediation of Refined Petroleum Fractions

CD-WINC, USA

✤✤ Summarises the pros and cons of remediation of petroleum and petroleum-based products from an environmental perspective ✤✤ Gives examples of unethical behaviour and how they should be corrected ✤✤ Offers arguments and elucidates engineering considerations on all sides of these difficult environmental and economic issues READERSHIP: Petroleum engineers, chemical engineers, process engineers, scientists and other engineers interested in the bioremediation of petroleum

SEPT 2012 978-0-470-93849-2 CL €159.00 

Energy Resource Development GARY M. ZATZMAN EEC Research Organisation, Canada

Energy Resource Development

✤✤ Explores how to accomplish true sustainability in the practical engineering of resource development, and particularly energy resource development, with special emphasis on the ways and means for accomplishing “zero net waste” ✤✤ Identifies the principal obstacles to accomplishing true sustainability in such areas as the generation and distribution of electric power, emphasising the best ways to harness the newer alternatives ✤✤ Compares and contrasts the limitations encountered and opportunities pursued at the international/global level by private-sector competition and by international cooperation among government-backed entities such as OPEC ✤✤ Examines in depth the possibilities offered by developing natural gas on a sustainable basis to replace all other fossil fuel sources and uses READERSHIP: Engineers, managers, economists, and scientists throughout the energy industry; economists and engineers working in sustainability, whether in industry or research

OCT 2012 450PP 978-1-118-29039-2 CL €TBA 

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GEORGE V. CHILINGAR Emeritus Professor, University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ Discusses efficient oil & gas production for the petroleum engineer and petroleum geologist ✤✤ Provides accurate forecasting for the environmental engineer ✤✤ Features real-world examples for the engineering student ✤✤ Includes valuable new information not available anywhere else READERSHIP: Production engineers, environmental engineers, geologists, geophysicists, engineering students, petroleum, drilling, and reservoir engineers

JUL 2012 400PP 978-1-118-34447-7 CL €169.00 

Refinery Engineering AI-FU CHANG, KIRAN PASHIKANTI & Y.A. LIU Chevron Phillips Chemical CO, USA; Chevron Phillips Chemical CO, USA; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

✤✤ Examines one of the world’s largest and ever-expanding global petroleum industries that produces more than $8 billion of refined products daily ✤✤ Discusses the future of the industry, enabling engineers to develop and use state-of-the-art computer models for simulation and optimisation of integrated refinery processes ✤✤ Shows where money can be saved in a high-revenue-high-cost industry where small improvements in the design and operation of a refinery can deliver large economic value ✤✤ Features a systematic approach covering theory, case studies, hands-on workshops, and practical approaches of working with real data, with additional material available online READERSHIP: Students in chemical engineering, chemical engineers, chemists, apparatus construction engineers, power technology engineers, and engineers for motors and drives

APR 2012 522PP 978-3-527-33357-8 PR €99.00 

Modern Methods in Crop Protection Research PETER JESCHKE, WOLFGANG KRAMER, ULRICH SCHIRMER & MATTHIAS WITSCHEL Bayer CropScience, Germany; Bayer CropScience,, Germany; BASF AG, Germany; BASF AG, Germany

✤✤ Describes modern target finding and active substance development methods with a focus on the agrochemicals industry ✤✤ Provides expert knowledge of method descriptions, most of which have never been published giving the reader inside knowledge not available from other sources ✤✤ The perfect companion volume for the market-leading handbook by the same authors: “Modern Crop Protection Compounds” which has become the gold standard for the field READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, organic chemists, biochemists, plant physiologists, and chemical industry

SEPT 2012 472PP 978-3-527-33175-8 CL €139.00 

Forensic Analytical Techniques DR BARBARA B. STUART University of Technology, Australia

✤✤ Describes all the important analytical techniques used in forensic science in a clear manner ✤✤ Covers the major areas of forensic analyses which employ analytical techniques ✤✤ Provides examples of specific applications of analytical techniques to forensic problems ✤✤ Follows an open-learning approach enabling readers to assess their understanding with the use of discussion questions and self-assessment questions READERSHIP: Forensic scientists in training, mainly at undergraduate level; forensic practitioners and technicians in non-university laboratories wanting to learn about new techniques SERIES: Analytical Techniques in the Sciences

DEC 2012 356PP 978-0-470-68728-4 PR €57.90 

Forensic Analytical Techniques

Chemical Engineering & Industrial Chemistry / Analytical Chemistry

Fundamentals of the Petrophysics of Oil and Gas Reservoirs

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Analytical Chemistry / Catalysis

Chemical Sensors and Biosensors Fundamentals and Applications

FLORINEL-GABRIEL BANICA Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

✤✤ Serves as a good reference for postgraduate students and research scientists with little background in analytical chemistry ✤✤ Offers user-friendly, accessible theoretical approach of the basic principles, and adequate references to further reading

✤✤ Covers up-to-date advances in the sensor field, including nanotechnology, microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, and quantum dots ✤✤ Includes calculation exercises and solutions, and is a guide to laboratory exercises essential for course instructors and for experimental projects READERSHIP: Postgraduates and undergraduates of chemical sensors; academic and industrial research scientists in the fields of biochemistry, biomedical sciences, material science, electronics, environment monitoring, and food technology

SEPT 2012 608PP 978-0-470-71067-8 PR €65.90 / 978-1-444-31946-0 CL €155.00 

Uremic Toxins by Mass Spectrometry T. NIWA Nagoya University Branch Hospital, Japan

Uremic Toxins by Mass Spectrometry

✤✤ Provides a complete guide to all aspects of uremic toxins that includes the application of mass spectrometry ✤✤ Covers analyses, toxicity, and removal methods of uremic toxins ✤✤ Shows how the mass spectrometry analysis topics covering uremic toxins can be used for the prevention and management of uremic complications ✤✤ Includes chemical structure and molecular weight, metabolism, quantification method, serum levels in hemodialysis patients and healthy subjects, toxicity and clinical implication, and therapeutic methods to remove the toxins READERSHIP: Industrial and academic researchers, physicians, mass spectroscopists, cardiologists internists, pharmacologists in nephrology, uremia, and dialysis, and professors and students of nephrology, uremia, and uremic toxins SERIES: Wiley – Interscience Series on Mass Spectrometry

OCT 2012 392PP 978-1-118-13513-6 CL €105.00 

Diagnostic Electron Microscopy – A Practical Guide to Tissue Preparation and Interpretation

Diagnostic Electron Microscopy – A Practical Guide to Tissue Preparation and Interpretation DR. JOHN STIRLING, DR. ALAN CURRY & DR. BRIAN EYDEN SA Pathology, RAH, Australia; Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK; Christie NHS Foundation Trust, UK

✤✤ Informs about the most important diagnostic applications of transmission electron microscopy with high-quality representative images and current basic preparative techniques, including instructions for specific tissues ✤✤ Serves as an invaluable diagnostic support for trainee pathologists, a handy reference for laboratory scientists with detailed content in specific areas ✤✤ Covers all areas of current diagnostic TEM practice acting as a reference for all specimen types and a valuable resource for generalist laboratories READERSHIP: Trainee pathologists and practising pathologists who evaluate/screen tissues by TEM; technical and scientific staff involved in tissue preparation and diagnostic tissue evaluation/screening by TEM SERIES: Royal Microscopical Society

DEC 2012 440PP 978-1-119-97399-7 CL €83.90 

Heterogeneous Catalysis at Nanoscale and Energy Applications

Heterogeneous Catalysis at Nanoscale and Energy Applications FENG TAO & WILLIAM A. SCHNEIDER Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA; University of Notre Dame, France

✤✤ Addresses heterogeneous catalysis, one of the crucial technologies employed within the chemical and energy industries ✤✤ Presents recent advances in the synthesis and characterisation of nanocatalysts and provides a mechanistic understanding of catalysis at the atomic level for energy conversion ✤✤ Provides a foundation for the potential design of revolutionarily new technical catalysts important in the further development of efficient technologies for the global energy economy ✤✤ Includes both theoretical studies and experimental exploration READERSHIP: Scientists in physical chemistry, materials chemistry, chemical engineering, nanoscience and nanotechnology, materials science, and environmental sciences; postgraduates in these areas; engineers in chemical and energy industries

OCT 2012 600PP 978-0-470-95260-3 CL €129.00 

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5 Volume Set Print and CD Package, 12th Edition

RICHARD J. LEWIS SR ✤✤ Provides extensive data on approximately 28,000 substances, with approximately 2,400 new substances from the previous edition ✤✤ Includes DPIM code, hazard rating, entry name, CAS number, DOT number, molecular formula, molecular weight, line structural formula, description of material and physical properties, and synonyms in each entry ✤✤ Lists the toxicity data with references for reports of primary skin and eye irritation, mutation, reproductive, carcinogenic, and acute toxic dose data

Sax’s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials

✤✤ Contains Immediately Dangerous Life or Health (IDHL) levels for approximately 1,000 chemicals READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, safety officers, plant managers, firefighters, emergency planners, physicians, toxicologists, environmental health and safety professionals, purchasing agents, lawyers, and government agencies

AUG 2012 978-1-118-35692-0 CL €860.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE VALID UNTIL 31ST OCT 2012 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-70133-0 

Personal Protective Equipment for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards Design, Evaluation, and Selection

EVA F. DICKSON Royal Military College of Canada, Canada

✤✤ Offers a fresh look at how PPE is designed, selected and used in today’s emergency response environment ✤✤ Uses simple writing, with little math, making it accessible to all users, yet provides supplemental information for more technical readers ✤✤ Includes chapters on types of hazards and exposure routes - airborne, dermal, particulates, radioactive hazards

Personal Protective Equipment for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards

✤✤ Explains the design and components of PPE - respirators, hoods, gloves, boots - along with the measurement standards used to evaluate them READERSHIP: Individuals with exposure risk to toxic/infectious/radioactive materials, designers of PPE and components, regulators and standards agencies, industrial hygienists, and environmental health and safety professionals

NOV 2012 304PP 978-0-470-16558-4 CL €69.90 

Life Cycle Assessment M. CURRAN ✤✤ Provides step-by-step guide through the entire LCA process led by a team of international experts ✤✤ Shows companies how to improve the environmental profile of their products and processes with life-cycle ✤✤ Includes real-world examples and case studies that illustrate how LCA can be used to make sound decisions that lead to more environmentally sustainable choices ✤✤ Features the discussions of experts on how holistic thinking can lead to better policy making, product and process innovation, supplier selection, eco-labeling, and more READERSHIP: Engineers, managers, economists, government policy makers, and scientists throughout industry; economists and engineers working in sustainability, whether in industry or research

SEPT 2012 650PP 978-1-118-09972-8 CL €169.00 

Reactive Drug Metabolites AMIT S. KALGUTKAR, DEEPAK DALVIE, R. SCOTT OBACH & DOUGLAS A. SMITH Pfizer Global R&D, USA; Pfizer Global R&D, USA; Pfizer Global R&S, USA; Pfizer Global R&D, UK

✤✤ Addresses the key and growing challenge of reducing the unwanted side effects of drugs at a time when more people are taking more drugs over a longer time than ever ✤✤ Features best practices from the leaders in the industry: all authors work for Pfizer, one of the top three pharmaceutical companies worldwide, and the one with the strongest emphasis on drug metabolism and toxicity ✤✤ Provides accessible reading to non-specialists, and perfect for medicinal chemists without an in-depth pharmacology training ✤✤ Closes a gap in the scientific literature with the authors’ unique approach READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, toxicologists, pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical chemists, and pharmacologists SERIES: Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry

NOV 2012 380PP 978-3-527-33085-0 CL €139.00 

Life Cycle Assessment

Chemical and Environmental Health and Safety / Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry

Sax’s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials

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Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry

Analogue-based Drug Discovery III JANOS FISCHER, C. ROBIN GANELLIN & DAVID P. ROTELLA Richter Co., Hungary; University College, UK; Montclair State University, USA

✤✤ Continues the success of the previous two volumes with 8 new analogue classes and 7 new case studies ✤✤ Serves as an important reference for the pharmaceutical industry where one in two marketed drugs is an analogue, accounting for a large share of the world pharmaceutical market ✤✤ Constitutes the first systematic approach to drug analogue development, and it is backed the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry’s Drug Development Committee READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, pharmaceutical industry, organic chemists, and natural products chemists

DEC 2012 350PP 978-3-527-33073-7 CL €139.00 

Retrometabolic Drug Design and Targeting NICHOLAS BODOR & PETER BUCHWALD University of Florida, USA; University of Miami, USA

Retrometabolic Drug Design and Targeting

✤✤ Guides readers on how to use retrometabolic approaches to develop safe, effective, and targeted drug therapies ✤✤ Provides important fundamentals along with practical examples illustrating applications in drug design ✤✤ Offers valuable ideas, approaches, and references to the problems of drug design, optimisation, stability, side effects, and toxicity ✤✤ Collects and organises otherwise-scattered information into a single cover READERSHIP: Medicinal and organic chemists, pharmaceutical scientists, pharmacologists, toxicologists, molecular biologists, computational chemists, biomedical scientists, pharmaceutical industry, and managers in drug discovery and design

DEC 2012 416PP 978-0-470-94945-0 CL €99.90 

Comparative Pathophysiology and Toxicology of Cyclooxygenases ZAHER A. RADI Pfizer Worldwide Research and Development, USA

✤✤ Provides essential background information on cyclooxygenase (COX) inhibitors, an important class of drugs used in aspirin and Tylenol and offers timely coverage of a key issue of drug safety as seen in the 2004 Vioxx controversy ✤✤ Focuses on pathophysiology of COX inhibition on body systems, such as the gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, renal, ocular, respiratory, and cardiovascular systems ✤✤ Evaluates inter-species differences in the expression, pathophysiology, and toxicology of COX inhibitors ✤✤ Helps scientists advance research and discovery of COX drugs, circumventing adverse pathological and toxicological effects and features a comprehensive collection of material otherwise found only in scattered reviews and journals READERSHIP: Drug discovery and development scientists, toxicology pathologists, toxicologists, pharmacologists, and medicinal chemists and researchers in both academia and the pharmaceutical industry

SEPT 2012 338PP 978-0-470-57754-7 CL €119.00 

Endocrine Disrupter Risk Assessment

Testing and Prediction Methods

PETER MATTHIESSEN

Endocrine Disrupter Risk Assessment

Consultant, USA

✤✤ Summarises the methodology and applications for endocrine disrupter toxicity testing ✤✤ Assesses endocrine disruption from an ecotoxicological perspective ✤✤ Identifies appropriate testing endpoints for developing standardised guidelines and describes testing methods for wildlife and how they apply to human risk assessment ✤✤ Provides perspectives from academia, industry, and regulatory bodies READERSHIP: Companies manufacturing or selling chemicals, pesticides, biocides, or pharmaceuticals; environmental risk assessment in chemical regulatory authorities; ecotoxicologists, toxicologists, environmental chemists, and analytical chemists

NOV 2012 384PP 978-0-470-93209-4 CL €109.00 

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A Comprehensive Guide

AMITAVA DASGUPTA University of Texas, USA

✤✤ Concise, easy-to-use guide which assists with the quick identification of sources of erroneous results in toxicology/therapeutic drug monitoring reports and helps to interpret and resolve them ✤✤ Acts as a resource and provides practical tips for clinical chemists and toxicologists to better patient care and safety ✤✤ Includes easy-reference tables, flow charts, and up-to-date methodologies used in toxicology laboratories ✤✤ Discusses real scenarios like false positive results and what to do in case there is no readily available method for testing READERSHIP: Toxicologists, clinical chemists, clinical and forensic pathologists, pharmacologists; analysts in clinical, forensic, and commercial laboratories; health, medical, and clinical professionals; administrators of risk assessment

SEPT 2012 448PP 978-1-118-14965-2 CL €109.00 

Toxicology and Epigenetics 2-Volume Set

SAURA C. SAHU Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, USA

✤✤ Represents a comprehensive and authoritative compilation of state-of-the-art developments, presented by internationally recognised investigators over two volumes ✤✤ Reflects the multidimensional character of this emerging area of toxicology including environmental, nutritional, pharmacological, and computational toxicology; nanomaterials; proteomics; metabolomics; and cancer research aspects ✤✤ Discusses the use of in vivo and in vitro models, and cutting-edge molecular technologies READERSHIP: Research scientists; postgraduates and practitioners engaged in toxicology, epigenetics, pharmacology, drug toxicity, and food and environmental sciences; government and industry regulators; risk assessors

OCT 2012  672PP 978-1-119-97609-7 CL €245.00 

Asymmetric Synthesis More Methods and Applications

MATHIAS CHRISTMANN & STEFAN University of Dortmund, Germany; University of Karlsruhe, Germany

✤✤ Sequels the well-received “Asymmetric Synthesis – The Essentials” ✤✤ Features the who’s-who in organic chemistry, with a foreword by Nobel Laureate E. J. Corey and contributions by internationally acclaimed researchers like B. M. Trost, L. Overman, F. Stoddart, E. Jacobsen, and B. List ✤✤ Provides a clear, structured concept with each contribution accompanied by a short biography of the respective expert, which is very useful tool for students when selecting their Ph.D. or Postdoc topic and environment ✤✤ Incorporates high-quality information and important areas, such as metal catalysis, organocatalysis, physical organic chemistry, analytical chemistry; and their applications in total synthesis, materials research, and chemical industry READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, master’s students in chemistry, Ph.D. students in chemistry, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, and libraries

OCT 2012 380PP 978-3-527-32900-7 PR €89.90 

Heterocyclic Chemistry at a Glance 2nd edition

JOHN A. JOULE & KEITH MILLS The University of Manchester, UK; Chemistry Consultant, UK

✤✤ Provides an expanded and updated new edition of this successful “at a glance” textbook, with an additional 100 pages that allow a more thorough treatment of key concepts and the inclusion of more examples ✤✤ Offers a compact, concise and relevant compendium of key information for the practising chemist. Contains all the key principles required to gain a solid understanding of heterocyclic chemistry ✤✤ Guides the student with structured presentation complete with self-contained double page spreads of linked text and illustrations; complements bigger textbooks and provides a logical framework to aid revision READERSHIP: Undergraduates of organic and inorganic chemistry, pharmacy, pharmacology, and medicinal chemistry; postgraduate organic chemists; pharmacists; pharmacologists; and researchers working with heterocyclic compounds SERIES: Chemistry At a Glance

Heterocyclic Chemistry at a Glance

Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry / Organic Chemistry

Resolving Erroneous Reports in Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

OCT 2012 296PP 978-0-470-97121-5 PR €38.90 / 978-0-470-97122-2 CL €105.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3918-2 

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Organic Chemistry

Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes – Pharmaceuticals CLEMENS LAMBERTH & JURGEN DINGES Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Switzerland; Abbott Laboratories, USA

✤✤ Fills a gap in the market: Pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals are often made of the same heterocyclic scaffold. Thus, for the first time, both important pharmaceuticals and agrochemical pesticides are presented in one work ✤✤ Chemists need to know everything about the chemical synthesis and biological activity of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals in order to develop new active substances against diseases (Alzheimer, epilepsy,...) and for pest control ✤✤ Clearly structured: The reader can easily find the information needed as each chapter is dealing with a certain class of heterocycles ✤✤ Editors are well recognized experts with a strong industrial background READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, organic chemists, medicinal chemists, biochemists, natural products chemists, libraries at universities, chemical institutes, chemical industry, ph.d. students in chemistry

SEPT 2012 388PP 978-3-527-33395-0 CL €139.00 

Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes – Agrochemicals CLEMENS LAMBERTH & JURGEN DINGES Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Switzerland; Abbott Laboratories, USA

✤✤ Shows chemists everything they need to know about the chemical synthesis and biological activity of agrochemicals in order to develop new active substances for pest control ✤✤ Provides a clear structure enabling the reader to easily find the information needed as each chapter deals with a certain class of heterocycles ✤✤ Serves as a good reference for researchers in academia and industry as well as postgraduates looking for a career in the agrochemical chemistry ✤✤ Features the works of well recognised experts with a strong industrial background; contributors come from major agrochemical companies such as Bayer, BASF, Du Pont, and Syngenta READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, organic chemists, biochemists, natural products chemists, university libraries, chemical institutes, chemical industry, and Ph.D. students in chemistry

SEPT 2012 304PP 978-3-527-33396-7 CL €129.00 

Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals, 2 Volume Set

CLEMENS LAMBERTH & JURGEN DINGES Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Switzerland; Abbott Laboratories, USA

✤✤ Fills a gap in the market with both important pharmaceuticals and agrochemical pesticides presented in one work ✤✤ Educates chemists on the chemical synthesis and biological activity of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals in order to develop new active substances against diseases, such as Alzheimer, epilepsy, and for pest control ✤✤ Incorporates a clear structure enabling the reader to easily find required information with each chapter dealing with a certain class of heterocycles ✤✤ Features a two-volume reference book format ideal for researchers in academia and industry as well as for postgraduate students of pharmaceutical and agrochemical chemistry READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, organic chemists, medicinal chemists, biochemists, natural products chemists, university libraries, chemical institutes, chemical industry, and Ph.D. students in chemistry

SEPT 2012 670PP 978-3-527-32993-9 CL €229.00 

Chemistry and Biology of Artificial Nucleic Acids MARTIN EGLI & PIET HERDEWIJN Vanderbilt University, USA; Rega Institute, Belgium

✤✤ Provides the contributions of many of the major players in this research field ✤✤ Covers the synthesis of sugar-, base-, and backbone-modified nucleic acids, their structural characteristics studied by X-ray crystallography and NMR in solution ✤✤ Includes over 340 illustrations, over 100 of which are in colour READERSHIP: General and organic chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists, pharmacists, pharmacologists, medicinal chemists, and scientists in drug research and development

MAR 2012 568PP 978-3-906-39067-3 CL €169.00 

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JACOB ZABICKY Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

✤✤ All chapters published online on Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups, now also available as print volume! ✤✤ Phenolates open a wide range of synthetic pathways to phenols and polyphenols ✤✤ Phenols and polyphenols are important compounds for biological processes, such as ageing, signaling and cell repair

The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates

✤✤ Big interest of food companies for polyphenols in nutroceuticals READERSHIP: Organic Chemists in industry and academia in the following departments: organic chemistry, pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry, agrochemicals, food and beverages, materials and polymers SERIES: Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

NOV 2012 1240PP 978-0-470-97358-5 CL €1100.00 

Design and Strategy in Organic Synthesis From the Chiron Approach to Catalysis

STEPHEN HANESSIAN, SIMON GIROUX & BRADLEY L. MERNER Université de Montréal,Canada; Harvard University, USA; Université de Montréal,Canada

Organic Chemistry

The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates

✤✤ Stephen Hanessian is one of the leading organic chemists worldwide – one reviewer, who is a Nobel prize winner says: “a world expert in the field” ✤✤ Absolute unique and new approach for a graduate level textbook ✤✤ A ‘must have’ source of high quality information for everyone working in organic synthesis, not only for graduate students ✤✤ Closes a gap in textbook literature READERSHIP: Organic chemists, students in chemistry, lecturers in chemistry, chemical industry

AUG 2012 848PP 978-3-527-33391-2 CL €139.00 

Organic Reaction Mechanisms, 2010 EDITED BY A. C. KNIPE The University of Ulster, UK

✤✤ Represents the 46th annual volume of a unique and highly successful series surveying the advances in the understanding of organic reaction mechanisms ✤✤ Highlights mechanisms of stereo-specific reactions ✤✤ Features reviews written by a team of experienced editors and authors

Organic Reaction Mechanisms, 2010

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and postdocs, chemists working in academia and industry in the areas of organic and organometallic chemistry, organic synthesis, and medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry SERIES: Organic Reaction Mechanisms Series

JUL 2012 552PP 978-0-470-97081-2 CL €450.00 

Microwaves in Organic Synthesis ANTONIO DE LA HOZ & ANDRE LOUPY Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain; Retired from Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d’Orsay, France

✤✤ Serves as a comprehensive two-volume reference work covering everything about microwave technology for synthesis – from the best equipment to non-thermal effects, and from solid-support reactions to catalysis ✤✤ Provides a complete revision and update: 50% of the authors are new with the book divided into four parts: fundamentals, methodology, combination of enabling technologies, and applications ✤✤ Incorporates new chapters on on-line monitoring, flow chemistry, combination with ultrasounds, and natural products including multi-component reactions READERSHIP: Organic, catalytic, physical, and medicinal chemists, industry professionals, and libraries

DEC 2012 1263PP 978-3-527-33116-1 CL €349.00 

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Organic Chemistry

Efficient Preparation of Fluorine Compounds HERBERT W. ROESKY Professor Emeritus, University of Göttingen, Germany

✤✤ Discusses fluorine compounds which play an increasing role in organic chemistry like pharmaceuticals ✤✤ Shows how every C-H bond in organic compounds and organic materials can be converted to the corresponding C-F bond with very different chemical and physical properties ✤✤ Provides knowledge of a method for the conversion of products to the corresponding fluorine containing system for those interested in compounds or materials with new properties ✤✤ Offers comprehensive and timely coverage on the subject to meet an increasing demand in this field READERSHIP: Chemists, material scientists, physicists, agricultural scientists, pharmaceutical scientists, biologists, and environmental researchers

NOV 2012 464PP 978-1-118-07856-3 CL €109.00 

Organic Chemistry Breakthroughs and Perspectives

KUILING DING & LI-XIN DAI Both of Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, P.R. China

✤✤ Unique content: the most important achievements in organic chemistry during the last decade are presented in one handy book ✤✤ Perfect and highly useful source of manifold information for graduate students, post-docs and researchers ✤✤ Each chapter contains two or three personal commentaries about the field written by leading experts in the field which can’t be found anywhere else ✤✤ Top international authors and editors guarantee high quality content READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists working with/on organmetallics, catalytic chemists, Master’s students in chemistry, Ph.D. students in chemistry, libraries

AUG 2012 853PP 978-3-527-33377-6 CL €159.00 

Allylboration of Carbonyl Compounds DENNIS G. HALL University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive survey of carbonyl allylboration ✤✤ Offers the reader convenient and completely up-to-date access to the available literature ✤✤ Includes 200 additional references covering new literature in recent years ✤✤ Serves as a useful, easily read reference book for all practitioners of synthetic organic chemistry working in academic and industrial laboratories READERSHIP: Students and professionals in organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry in academia, government, and industries including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and biotech; and chemistry libraries SERIES: Organic Reactions

JUN 2012 596PP 978-1-118-34445-3 PR €65.90 

Organic Syntheses Volume 88

JONATHAN A. ELLMAN University of Pittsburgh, USA

Organic Syntheses

✤✤ Provides carefully checked and edited experimental procedures ✤✤ Describes important synthetic methods, transformations, reagents, and synthetic building blocks or intermediates with demonstrated utility in organic synthesis READERSHIP: Students and professionals in organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry in academia, government, and industries including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and biotech; and chemical libraries SERIES: Organic Syntheses

DEC 2011 528PP 978-1-118-17397-8 CL €61.90 

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HARTMUT LAATSCH ✤✤ Includes 38,843 compounds from microorganisms and higher fungi; more than 70,000 literature references; and more than 400,000 biological, physical, and physicochemical data records ✤✤ High resolution masses for the ions M, M±H, M+Na and predicts 13CNMR spectra ✤✤ Includes structure and substructure search capabilities; drawing tools ISIS/Draw and Chemdraw to draw structure or substructure queries; physical and biological data search

AntiBase 2012 – The Natural Compound Identifier

✤✤ Features a search that enables the natural product chemist to identify a given compound if it has already been isolated and stored in the database   APR 2012 270PP 978-3-527-33406-3 Software €7,990.00 

Medical Toxicology 2 Volume Set

DONALD G. BARCELOUX Pomona Valley Community Hospital, USA

✤✤ Gives information professionals want including chemical structure, analytical methods, clinical features, and treatment  ✤✤ Serves as a broad reference covering vital toxicological information on foods, plants, and animals; the most important drugs of abuse including amphetamines, opiates, and steroids; and psychoactive plants like caffeine and peyote

Medical Toxicology

✤✤ Fills a gap in medical literature READERSHIP: Clinical toxicologists, emergency departments, toxicologists, medicinal chemists, physicians, botanists, pharmaceutical scientists, poison centres, ecologists, plant pathologists, and environmental chemists

APR 2012 978-1-118-38277-6 CL €279.00 

Arrow-Pushing in Inorganic Chemistry A Logical Approach to the Chemistry of the Main Group Elements

ABHIK GHOSH & STEFFEN BERG Both of University of Tromsø, Norway

✤✤ Serves as the first book to apply the arrow-pushing method to inorganic chemistry teaching ✤✤ Adopts the reaction mechanisms approach, also known as “arrow-pushing”, enabling students to have a logical foundation for this area of study

Arrow-Pushing in Inorganic Chemistry

✤✤ Teaches students to recognise common inorganic species as electrophiles and nucleophiles, coupled with organic-style arrow-pushing ✤✤ Facilitates learning of this subject and serves as an invaluable companion to any introductory inorganic chemistry textbook

Organic Chemistry / Inorganic Chemistry

AntiBase 2012 – The Natural Compound Identifier

READERSHIP: College and university students majoring in the chemical sciences – chemistry, biochemistry, materials science; teaching assistants, instructors, and professors teaching introductory inorganic chemistry courses

OCT 2012 300PP 978-1-118-17398-5 PR €34.90 

The Rare Earth Elements – Fundamentals and Applications DAVID A. ATWOOD University of Kentucky, USA

✤✤ Applications in medicinal chemistry as contrast and shift reagents ✤✤ Wide range of applications in electronic consumer goods, e.g. use in TV, computer and mobile phone screens, and also in physics, such as lasers and optoelectronic instruments ✤✤ Essential materials for hybrid-cars and other products relying on energy storage ✤✤ Use of fundamental concepts and principles help to understand the diverse applications

The Rare Earth Elements – Fundamentals and Applications

READERSHIP: Students, graduate students, researchers and professionals in industry and academia, working in materials science, inorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry, medicinal chemistry, spectroscopy, and all areas where lanthanides are applied SERIES: EIC Books

NOV 2012 696PP 978-1-119-95097-4 CL €209.00 

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Physical Chemistry / Biochemistry

Supercritical Water

A Green Solvent: Properties and Uses

YIZHAK MARCUS Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University, Israel

✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of the bulk properties of supercritical water ✤✤ Describes supercritical water as a “green” solvent and discusses its capabilities ✤✤ Discusses the major industrial applications, for production of fuels from biomass and for neutralisation of obnoxious wastes by oxidation ✤✤ Features derivation of hydrogen-bonded structure from diffraction, simulation, and specstroscopic studies READERSHIP: Physical chemists, water chemists, chemical engineers, and organic chemists

JUL 2012 218PP 978-0-470-88947-3 CL €95.90 

Lipidomics

Technologies and Applications

EDITED BY KIM EKROOS Zora Biosciences, Finland

✤✤ Promotes lipidomics, the analysis of lipids with important functions in cellular regulation ✤✤ Goes beyond basic research and focuses on commercial uses of lipidomics in biomarker and diagnostic development; and in pharmaceutical chemistry ✤✤ Explains cutting-edge technology with contributions from editor and authors experienced with the most recent analytical instruments and techniques, providing first-hand practical experience for newcomers READERSHIP: Biochemists, medicinal chemists, biotechnologists, analytical chemists, and molecular biologists

OCT 2012 352PP 978-3-527-33098-0 CL €89.00 

Lysophospholipid Receptors Signaling and Biochemistry

JEROLD CHUN Scripps Research Institute, USA

Lysophospholipid Receptors

✤✤ Represents the first definitive reference manual for the field of lysophospholipid signaling ✤✤ Brings together the current body of knowledge on the topic, from the basic biochemistry of lysophospholipids to the current family of 10 distinct receptors ✤✤ Provides readers with selected integration of key techniques ✤✤ Addresses potential therapies in cardiology, respiratory, reproductive, immunological, muscoskeletal, dermatological, gastrointestinal, nervous system disorders as well as other organ disorders and conditions READERSHIP: Biochemists, lipid scientists, molecular biologists, biological and medicinal chemists, cell biologists, neuroscientists, immunologists, pharmaceutical, biotech and other industrial scientists, and research-oriented physicians

NOV 2012 750PP 978-0-470-56905-4 CL €132.00 

Protein Oxidation and Aging TILMAN GRUNE, BETUL CATALGOL, TOBIAS JUNG & VLADIMIR UVERSKY University of Hohenheim , Germany; Marmara University, Turkey; University of Hohenheim , Germany; Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

Protein Oxidation and Aging

✤✤ Addresses the aspect of aging that results from protein disturbances following oxidative stress ✤✤ Discusses strategies for using all the major techniques that can be used to analyse protein oxidation ✤✤ Explores how protein oxidation products can be biomarkers of aging ✤✤ Addresses debilitating protein-related diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer READERSHIP: Biochemists, nutritionists, cell and molecular biologists, medical researchers, researchers working in aging, molecular medicine, pharmacology and drug discovery, nutraceutical scientists, and oncology researchers  SERIES: Wiley Series in Protein and Peptide Science

DEC 2012 508PP 978-0-470-87828-6 CL €109.00 

84


Biochemistry / Material Science

Introduction to Enzyme and Coenzyme Chemistry 3rd Edition

TIMOTHY BUGG University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Fully revised and updated edition of this classic textbook ✤✤ Describes enzymes from the perspective of organic chemistry ✤✤ 2-colour figures of the active sites of enzymes discussed in the text are used to illustrate the interplay between enzyme structure and function ✤✤ New for this edition: improved structure resolution using PyMol, general updating of examples and references, more case studies including commercial examples, more examples of active site structures, expanded sections on protein dynamics, glycosyl transfer, and catalytic RNA READERSHIP: Advanced students of organic, bio-organic and medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, biochemistry and biotechnology; professional development for early-career researchers in drug discovery and biotechnology

AUG 2012 304PP 978-1-119-99594-4 PR €44.90 / 978-1-119-99595-1 CL €119.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-1452-3 

Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials JIANN-YANG HWANG, S. N. MONTEIRO, CHEN-GUANG BAI & JOHN CARPENTER Michigan Technological University, USA; State University of North Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; Chongqing University, China; US Department of Energy, USA

✤✤ Thoroughly discusses the characterization of minerals, metals, and materials ✤✤ Presents papers from one of the largest yearly gatherings of materials scientists in the world READERSHIP: Global extractive and process metallurgy industries; materials scientists and engineers; metallurgists; mechanical engineers

APR 2012 504PP 978-1-118-29122-1 CL €129.00 

Artificial Materials OLIVIER VANBÉSIEN Lille University, France

✤✤ Addresses artificial materials including photonic crystals (PC) and metamaterials (MM) ✤✤ Design concepts: negative permeability and permittivity for negative refraction, periodic structures, transformation optics ✤✤ PC and MM in stop band regime: from cavities, guides to high impedance surfaces ✤✤ Applications for telecommunications, lasers and imaging systems are explored READERSHIP: Material scientists and engineers SERIES: ISTE

MAR 2012 978-1-848-21335-7 CL €152.00 

Nanofiber Composites Fundamentals and Developments PAUL CALVERT & ROGER NARAYAN University of Massachusetts, USA; North Carolina State University, USA

✤✤ Represents the best content from the best journals – compiled, enhanced, and made available to users as unique reference featuring 20% new content ✤✤ Features more than 30 individually selected papers to suit the audience’s needs and provide them with the best resources, covering all relevant aspects ✤✤ Includes electrically conducting composites

Nanofiber Composites Fundamentals and Developments

✤✤ Bridges the gaps between related disciplines with extensive introduction and context-providing comments by the editors READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state physicists, mechanical engineers, postgraduates, university libraries, and company libraries

OCT 2012 400PP 978-3-527-40978-5 CL €129.00 

85


Material Science

Organized Organic Ultrathin Films KATSUHIKO ARIGA National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

✤✤ Serves as a handy reference – recent developments and applications are covered in addition to fundamentals ✤✤ Details state-of-the-art preparation, characterisation, and applications of thin films of organic molecules and biomaterials fabricated by wet processes ✤✤ Highlights applications in nanotechnology ✤✤ Features the writings of a highly regarded scientist in the field READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state chemists and physicists, chemists, surface chemists, and libraries

NOV 2012 270PP 978-3-527-32733-1 CL €TBA 

Characterization of Materials 2nd Edition 3 volume set

ELTON N. KAUFMANN Argonne National Laboratory, USA

✤✤ Represents a thoroughly updated and expanded new edition with over 130 new and updated articles ✤✤ Aggregates important methods into a single publication providing a convenient “one-stop-shop” ✤✤ Aims to help researchers discriminate among alternative measurement methods that may apply to the property under study and identify the most appropriate method ✤✤ Showcases the collective effort of many experts in materials research from around the world READERSHIP: Libraries in industry, academia and government of materials science and engineering, physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, and related areas including metallurgy, ceramics and plastics

OCT 2012 2136PP 978-1-118-11074-4 CL €780.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £550.00 €660.00 VALID UNTIL 31ST DEC 2012 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-26882-6 

Polymer Composites with Carbonaceous Nanofillers Properties and Applications

SIE CHIN TJONG City University of Hong Kong, China

✤✤ Presents both fundamentals and advances towards the understanding of properties of polymer nanocomposites holding conducting carbonaceous fillers ✤✤ Includes novel applications of functional materials in biomedical and industrial fields ranging from orthopedic implants, scaffolds, sensors, and electromagnetic shielding to bipolar plates of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells ✤✤ Incorporates an extensive list of up-to-date references in each chapter ✤✤ Displays a significant amount of experimental data and methodology from referred journals and patents READERSHIP: Physicists, materials scientists, chemists, metallurgists, electronics engineers, ceramics industry, university, university institute, and company libraries

AUG 2012 454PP 978-3-527-41080-4 CL €139.00 

Polymeric Materials for Solar Thermal Applications MICHAEL KOHL, MICHAELA GEORGINE MEIR, PHILIPPE PAPILLON, GERNOT WALLNER & SANDRIN SAILE Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, Germany; University of Oslo, Norway; CEA Institut National de l`Energie Solaire, France; Johannes-Kepler- Universität Austria; Fraunhofer-Institut, Germany

✤✤ Promotes used solar heat, a renewable form of energy and new type of polymer absorbers which are more environmentally-friendly producible and recyclable compared to former galvanised absorbers ✤✤ Represents the first book devoted to polymers as solar absorbers ✤✤ Bridges the gap between basic science and technological applications, its application-oriented approach is relevant for researchers at universities and developers in commercial labs READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, plastics industry, power technology engineers, materials institutes, engineering scientists in industry, Ph.D. students in engineering sciences and material sciences; and energy supplying companies

OCT 2012 414PP 978-3-527-33246-5 CL €139.00 

86


Material Science

Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Fundamentals and Applications

BIN LIU & GUILLERMO C. BAZAN National University of Singapore, Singapore; University of California, USA

✤✤ Represents the first monograph that specifically focuses on conjugated polyelectrolytes, providing a coherent resource for researchers and developers ✤✤ Features the works of editors and contributors who are all pioneers and experts in the field, including Ullrich Scherf, Mario Leclerc, and Richard Friend ✤✤ Brings together chemists, materials scientists, physicists, and device engineers to provide a thorough understanding of conjugated polyelectrolytes and their technology potential ✤✤ Features research groups from over 30 countries who study the fundamentals of conjugated polyelectrolytes and explore their applications in sensing, imaging, and electronic devices READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, physical chemists, IT engineers, electrical engineers, and libraries

DEC 2012 350PP 978-3-527-33143-7 CL €119.00 

Handbook on Smart Coatings and Films for the 21st Century PETER ZARRAS, YEN WEI & MARK D. SOUCEK U.S. Navy, USA; University of Akron, USA; Drexel University, USA

✤✤ Provides a unique and comprehensive coverage of synthesis, nanotechnology, and applications of films and coatings for current and future markets and industries ✤✤ Addresses “smart coatings” which respond to their environment, with emphasis on controlling polymer composition on a molecular level and morphology at the nanometer scale

Handbook on Smart Coatings and Films for the 21st Century

✤✤ Provides insights into where the current technology will have the greatest impact and discusses the most promising emerging technologies READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer scientists, nanoscientists, biochemists, biologists, microbiologists, physicists, formulators, engineers, libraries, government laboratories, and raw materials suppliers

OCT 2012 1008PP 978-0-470-12686-8 CL €155.00 

Nanoparticulate Materials Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing

K. LU Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

✤✤ Focuses systematically, exclusively, and exhaustively on nanoparticle-based materials with chapters on all types of nanoparticles including metals, ceramics, and semiconductors ✤✤ Provides the first-ever perspective ranging from synthesis, characterisation, and assembly of individual nanoparticles, to bulk processing

Nanoparticulate Materials

✤✤ Applies to biomedical, optical, and electronic fields ✤✤ Includes questions at the end of every chapter READERSHIP: Materials chemists and engineers; scientists working on or with nanomaterials; physicists; chemical, materials, biomedical, and biological engineers

NOV 2012 470PP 978-1-118-29142-9 CL €129.00 

Semiconducting Polymer Composites Principles, Morphologies, Properties and Applications

EDITED BY XIAONIU YANG Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

✤✤ Explores a booming class of materials where some products have already been introduced to the market, but a comprehensive treatment is missing ✤✤ Combines the fields of polymer composites and functional polymers, allowing for cross-fertilisation between these two scientific communities ✤✤ Addresses the principles of semiconducting polymer blends such as morphology, energetics, and processing as well as the wide range of applications in optics, electronics, and optoelectronics ✤✤ Discusses how academic and industrial interest in semiconducting polymer composites is rising, owing to the unique combination of easy and low-cost processability and versatility of these materials READERSHIP: Materials scientists, organic chemists, polymer chemists, semiconductor physicists, semiconductor industry, manufacturers of optoelectronic devices, and libraries

NOV 2012 572PP 978-3-527-33030-0 CL €149.00 

87


Material Science

Mechanical Properties of Solid Polymers 3rd Edition

IAN I. WARD & JOHN SWEENEY University of Leeds, UK; University of Bradford, UK

✤✤ Covers all aspects of mechanical behaviour including finite elastic behaviour or rubber-like behavior, linear viscoelasticity and mechanical relaxations, mechanical anisotropy, non-linear viscoelasticity, yield behaviour, and fracture[SS5] ✤✤ Combines material from the highly regarded 2004 edition with the detailed mechanics of the first edition ✤✤ Provides an updated and comprehensive account of the properties of solid polymers ✤✤ Features the writings of one of the most respected authors in the field and his chosen collaborator drawing on more than 30 years of teaching in the field READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and industrial scientists working in polymer and materials science, physics, and chemistry; postgraduates

NOV 2012 496PP 978-1-444-31950-7 CL €142.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-49626-7 

Functional Polymers by Post-Polymerisation Modification Concepts, Practical Guidelines and Applications

PATRICK THEATO & HARM-ANTON KLOK University of Hamburg, Germany; Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

✤✤ Deals with synthetic strategies and recent developments in the area of polymer functionalisation ✤✤ Discusses post-polymerisation modification, a popular concept which has gained incredible interest over the last couple of years as it allows access to polymers that cannot be prepared by other polymerisation techniques ✤✤ Includes an experimental section making the book indispensable for polymer chemists or scientists in their daily work ✤✤ Features contributions from an international team of experts in the field ensuring a comprehensive coverage of this popular topic READERSHIP: Polymer and organic chemists, chemists in industry, materials scientists, chemistry lecturers, Ph.D. students in chemistry and material sciences, university libraries, and chemical industry

OCT 2012 400PP 978-3-527-33115-4 CL €139.00 

Characterisation of Polymer Blends Miscibility, Morphology and Interfaces

SABU THOMAS, YVES GROHENS & P. JYOTISHKUMAR

Characterisation of Polymer Blends

Mahatma Gandhi University, India; University de Bretagne Sud, France; Mahatma Gandhi University, India

✤✤ The first book devoted to the characterisation of polymer blends and their micro and nano morphologies ✤✤ Details all major modern characterisation techniques, from microscopies, spectroscopies, and chromatography, to rheology, thermal analysis, and theory ✤✤ Assists the reader with finding solutions to both fundamental and applied problems ✤✤ Incorporates summaries of leading researchers from industry, academy, government, and private research institutions across the globe on recent technical research accomplishments in individually contributed chapters READERSHIP: Materials scientists, plastics and food technologists, polymer chemists, physicists, chemical and process engineers; Ph.D. students in material science; automobile, aircraft and space, electrotechnical, food, and cosmetics industries; libraries

DEC 2012 950PP 978-3-527-33153-6 CL €299.00 

Nematicons

Spatial Optical Solitons in Nematic Liquid Crystals

GAETANO ASSANTO University of Rome, Italy

Nematicons

✤✤ Discusses nematicons – spatial optical solitons in a nematic liquid crystal ✤✤ Describes the important applications of nematicons in optical switching, reconfigurable interconnects, alloptical logic gates, self-healing coupling, guided wave optics, and advanced optical communications ✤✤ Presents the works of a pioneer and leading authority in light localisation and solitons in liquid crystals READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates of liquid crystals; researchers in advanced optical communications, optical computing, and photonic devices; physicists and electrical engineers involved in optical engineering SERIES: Wiley Series in Pure and Applied Optics

NOV 2012 350PP 978-0-470-90724-5 CL €122.00 

88


Material Science / Physics

The Magic of Ceramics 2nd Edition

DAVID W. RICHERSON University of Utah, USA

✤✤ Introduces non-technical readers, as well as trained material scientists, to the many exciting applications of ceramics by using simplified technical explanations ✤✤ Describes how the ceramic material functions, while teaching key scientific concepts like atomic structure, color, and the electromagnetic spectrum ✤✤ Contains many illustrations from corporations about the ways in which ceramics make advanced products possible ✤✤ Includes full-colour illustrations throughout READERSHIP: Material scientists working in the field, material science professors and students, libraries, material science industries; non-technical readers interested in learning more about the topic

SEPT 2012 320PP 978-0-470-63805-7 CL €53.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-57498-050-9 

Imaging Gaseous Detectors and Their Applications EUGENIO NAPPI & VLADIMIR PESKOV Italian Institute for Research in Nuclear Physics, Italy; Institute for Chemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

✤✤ Covers detector and imaging technology and their numerous applications in nuclear and high energy physics, astrophysics, medicine, and radiation measurements ✤✤ Includes foreword from G. Charpak, awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for this invention READERSHIP: High energy, atomic, and nuclear physicists, plasmaphysicists, radiation physicists, vacuumphysicists, biophysicists, aerospace physicians, aerospace engineers, bioengineers; astronomy and physics students, physics lecturers

DEC 2012 350PP 978-3-527-40898-6 CL €139.00 

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma for Surface Modification RORY WOLF Enercon Industries Corporation, USA

✤✤ Details the mechanisms which control and operate atmospheric plasma technologies and how these technologies can be leveraged to develop in-line continuous processing of a wide variety of substrates ✤✤ Readers will gain an understanding of specific surface modification effects by atmospheric plasmas, and how to best characterize those modifications to optimize surface cleaning and functionalization for adhesion promotion

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma for Surface Modification

✤✤ The book features a series of chapters written to address practical surface modification effects of atmospheric plasmas within specific application markets, and a commercially-focused assessment of those effects READERSHIP: A primary reference for students and professionals

OCT 2012 300PP 978-1-118-01623-7 CL €152.00 

The Universe MARTIN BOJOWALD Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Features the writings of a well-known published author in the field of cosmology and quantum gravity ✤✤ Introduces the crucial theoretical ingredients to understand the universe, from the physics of Newton and subsequent theories all the way to quantum gravity

The Universe

✤✤ Assumes only a general knowledge of math and physics, with a “two-level” approach, enabling lay persons to understand the book by keeping equations throughout the chapters but set apart from the main text using boxes READERSHIP: Astronomers, theoretical physicists, mathematicians, scientists, researchers, students and lecturers in cosmology, astronomy, gravitation-, quantum- and theoretical physics, and university libraries

DEC 2012 300PP 978-3-527-41018-7 PR €69.00 

89


Physics

Everything you always wanted to know about Nanophotonics and Metamaterials

Everything you always wanted to know about Nanophotonics and Metamaterials EDITED BY NIKOLAY I. ZHELUDEV University of Southampton, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and accessible coverage of photonics and metamaterials. a fascinating area of research ✤✤ Represents the first single reference at undergraduate level, covering topics like super-lenses, quantum dots, active plasmonics, optical cloaking, and more ✤✤ Includes approximately 200 entries on up–to-date research in a glossary style Features the writings of experts from the international nanophotonics and metamaterials community with short bios of all contributors at the end of the book including the works of the editor Nikolay Zheludev, a leading scientists and book author
READERSHIP: Students, Ph.D. students, physicists, materials scientists, engineers, university libraries, and university institute libraries

NOV 2012 230PP 978-3-527-41115-3 CL €39.90 

A Practical Guide to Optical Metrology for Thin Films MICHAEL QUINTEN FRT GmbH , Germany

✤✤ A one-stop concise practical guide on how to determine and measure thin film thickness by optical methods ✤✤ Covers the laws of electromagnetic radiation and interaction of light with matter, the theory and practice of thickness measurement, and modern applications ✤✤ Shows the capabilities and opportunities of optical thickness determination and discusses strengths and weaknesses of measurement devices as well as evaluation methods ✤✤ Includes various fields of applications including protective layers, decorative and hard coatings, adhesion and anti-adhesion coatings, anti-reflection coatings, silicon on insulator (SOI) and heavily doped silicon, transparent conductive films, and more READERSHIP Materials scientists, physicists, laser specialists, spectroscopists, physical institutes, libraries at university institutes, Ph.D. students in material sciences and physics; optical, paints and coatings, semiconductor, sensor, metal processing, film and packaging industries

OCT 2012  234PP 978-3-527-41167-2 PR €69.00 

Nanowire Fabrication Fabrication and Quantum Transport

ALEXEY BEZRYADIN University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Provides a detailed analysis of the quantum transport properties including macroscopic quantum tunneling in such ultrathin wires ✤✤ Conveys the latest experimental findings ✤✤ Covers fabrication, measurements, and theoretical analysis, focusing on macroscopic quasntum effects ✤✤ The only available resource for the approach of using molecular templates for nanowire fabrication READERSHIP: Graduate students, physicists, electrical engineers, materials scientists, libraries at universities and university institutes, company libraries

OCT 2012 204PP 978-3-527-40832-0 PR €69.00 

High-k Gate Dielectrics for CMOS Technology GANG HE & ZHAOQI SUN Both of Anhui University, P.R. China

✤✤ Presents a state-of-the-art overview of high-k dielectrics, summarising the most current research results and development solutions ✤✤ Addresses fundamentals and technologies: why high-k dielectrics are advantageous and how they can be implemented into existing semiconductor manufacturing technologies ✤✤ Combines introductory parts for entrants to the field and advanced parts with directly applicable solutions for experienced researchers READERSHIP: Materials scientists, semiconductor physicists, semiconductor industry, IT engineers, electrical engineers, institutes, institutions, and libraries

OCT 2012 590PP 978-3-527-33032-4 CL €159.00 

90


2nd Edition

WESTON M. STACEY Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ One of the very few titles that covers not only the basic theory and historical applications, but also topics relevant to controlled fusion, a potential exploiting future energy recource ✤✤ Discusses the practical achievement of controlled fusion, providing a unique contribution to the genre ✤✤ Includes extensions and updates on collective effects, alternative confinement concepts, gyrokinetic theory, gyrofluid theory, analytical equilibrium model, poloidal rotation, neutral recycling, fluid plasma calculations, and more READERSHIP: Postgraduates, Ph.D. students, and lecturers in physics; plasmaphysicists, high energy physicists; engineers in power technology; university libraries, and university institute libraries

SEPT 2012 666PP 978-3-527-41134-4 CL €119.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-40586-2 

Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes MARCELLO LAPPA International Scientific Journal Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing

✤✤ Adopts a systematic approach to critically analyse and compare the many types of thermal convection and flow instabilities, in the presence of rotation ✤✤ Presents all the main concepts in fluid mechanics which can be addressed from the “rotating thermal flow” perspective ✤✤ Includes specific experimental and numerical examples for an increased understanding of the underlying fluid flow mechanisms in a highly readable style ✤✤ Serves as a useful guide for postgraduates who take advanced fluid dynamics or other specialised courses in physics and/or mechanical engineering READERSHIP: Physicists and engineers in the fields of thermal and materials engineering, environmental phenomena, meteorology and geophysics; students taking courses on the physics of fluids, fluid mechanics, and the behaviour of nonlinear systems

AUG 2012 536PP 978-1-119-96079-9 CL €155.00 

Plasma Medicine PROFESSOR ALEXANDER FRIDMAN & PROFESSOR GARY FRIEDMAN Both of Drexel University, USA

✤✤ Examines plasma medicine, a multidisciplinary branch of modern science and technology ✤✤ Discusses physics which is required to develop novel plasma discharges relevant for medical applications ✤✤ Covers medicine to apply the technology not only in-vitro but also in-vivo testing

Plasma Medicine

✤✤ Explores biology to understand complicated bio-chemical processes involved in plasma interaction with living tissues READERSHIP: Researchers and advanced students in the medical and scientific communities such as physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, and medical doctors; researchers in the industrial health-care field; interested plasma scientists and engineers

NOV 2012 544PP 978-0-470-68970-7 CL €155.00 

Physics / Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Fusion Plasma Physics

Handbook of Engineering Measurements Volume 2

Myer Kutz John Wiley & Sons, Inc., USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on engineering measurements covering all major engineering disciplines ✤✤ Coverage of the basic theory, necessary tools, techniques of measurement and analysis, and applications across disciplines

Handbook of Engineering Measurements

READERSHIP: Engineers, scientists, and technical managers in industry and government at all levels; members of major engineering associations, such as ASME, IEEE, ASCE; specialized societies, such as SAE, SME; academics and researchers at universities and laboratories

DEC 2012 1010PP 978-1-118-38464-0  CL €279.00 

91


Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Handbook of Engineering Measurements Two Volume Set

MYER KUTZ John Wiley & Sons, Inc., USA

Handbook of Engineering Measurements

✤✤ Represents the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on engineering measurements covering all major engineering disciplines ✤✤ Provides coverage of the basic theory, necessary tools, techniques of measurement and analysis, and applications across disciplines READERSHIP: Engineers, scientists, and technical managers in industry and government at all levels; members of major engineering associations such as ASME, IEEE, and ASCE; specialised societies such as SAE and SME; academics and researchers

DEC 2012 1960PP 978-1-118-38463-3 CL €480.00 

Nanometer Frequency Synthesis Beyond the Phase-Locked Loop LIMING XIU Novatek Microelectronics Corporation, P.R. China

✤✤ Describes the importance of clock signal in modern IC design and discusses weaknesses of current frequency synthesis techniques in dealing with certain problems in modern IC design ✤✤ Reinvestigates the frequency concept and introduces the new concept Time-Average-Frequency and its workhorse, the Flying-Adder circuit architecture ✤✤ Introduces a new converter: Digital-to-Frequency Converter ✤✤ Presents the case, through real application examples, that the Flying-Adder technology creates a new frontier for modern IC design READERSHIP: Professional IC design engineers such as PLL designer and frequency synthesis specialist; researchers in universities or research organisations; and postgraduates in electrical engineering majors SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Microelectronic Systems

AUG 2012 344PP 978-1-118-16263-7 CL €109.00 

CMOS Voltage Reference An Analytical and Practical Perspective

TED C. W. KOK Canaan Microelectronics Corporation Limited, P.R. China

✤✤ Covers CMOS voltage reference circuit design, from the basics through to advanced topics ✤✤ Provides an overview of basic device physics and different building blocks of voltage reference designs ✤✤ Features real-world examples based on actual silicon implementation ✤✤ Includes analytical exercises, simulation exercises, and silicon layout exercises, giving readers guidance and design layout experience for voltage reference circuits READERSHIP: Postgraduates in VLSI design, analogue engineers and IC design professionals, and undergraduates preparing for further study in VLSI

DEC 2012 304PP 978-1-118-27568-9 CL  €119.00 

Design of Integrated Circuits for Optical Communications 2nd Edition

BEHZAD RAZAVI

Design of Integrated Circuits for Optical Communications

University of California, USA

✤✤ Details treatment of broadband circuits for both students and engineers ✤✤ Discusses clock and data recovery circuits, and multiplexers; and dedicates a chapter to burstmode optical communications ✤✤ Provides a detailed study of new circuit developments for optical transceivers

✤✤ Incorporates a detailed study of recent implementations in CMOS technology READERSHIP: Postgraduates and engineers involved in high-speed circuit design for optical communications and the more general field of wireline communications; serial links; and RF design

AUG 2012 440PP 978-1-118-33694-6 CL €105.00 

92


YU-PING TIAN Southeast University, PR China

✤✤ Introduces frequency-domain methods for the analysis of distributed control systems ✤✤ Covers scalable stability criteria of networks of distributed control systems, effect of heterogeneous delays on their stability, stability of internet congestion control algorithms, and consensus in multi-agent systems ✤✤ Incorporates control design problems related to frequency domain analysis ✤✤ Includes PowerPoint slides with book figures for instructor use READERSHIP: Postgraduates in control, networking, and robotics; researchers in the fields of control theory and networking interested in learning and applying distributed control algorithms or frequency-domain analysis methods

AUG 2012 288PP 978-0-470-82820-5 CL €119.00 

Periodic Structures

Mode-Matching Approach and Applications in Electromagnetic Engineering

RUEY-BING HWANG National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan

✤✤ Provides an analytic approach to describing the operation of photonic crystals and related periodic structures and covers guided and leaky mode propagation in periodic surroundings, from fundamentals to practical device applications

Periodic Structures

✤✤ Demonstrates formulation of the periodic system and applications to practical electromagnetic/optical devices, further to metamaterials ✤✤ Introduces the evolution of periodic structures and their applications in microwave, millimeter wave, and THz ✤✤ Presents the writings of a high-impact author in electromagnetics and optics and contains mathematical derivations which can be applied directly to MATLAB programs READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in electronic engineering, optics, physics, and applied physics; researchers working with periodic structures; advanced students in applied math and materials science interested in metamaterials

OCT 2012 320PP 978-1-118-18803-3 CL €TBA 

Orthogonally Polarised Lasers Fundamentals, Design and Applications

SHULIAN ZHANG Tsinghua University, China

✤✤ Covers polarisation effects, which are of fundamental importance across various disciplines of science and technology ✤✤ Includes a number of figures, experimental designs, and measurement curves to help readers learn the basic principles and start their own R&D projects; also contains material useful for metrology applications

Orthogonally Polarised Lasers

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Frequency-Domain Analysis and Design of Distributed Control Systems

✤✤ Discusses many types of relevant lasers such helium/neon lasers, Nd:YAG lasers, and semiconductor lasers like laser diodes ✤✤ Features the writings of heavily-published authors in this area READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduates, and engineers working in laser science, optics, and measurement and testing, as well as undergraduates working in optical and laser science

DEC 2012 400PP 978-1-118-34649-5 CL €TBA 

Electrical, Electronics, and Digital Hardware Essentials for Scientists and Engineers E. LIPIANSKY ✤✤ Offers a rich set of practical problems and separate solution manual that are useful to students and practising engineers ✤✤ Provides diverse troubleshooting methods, and investigates the pros and cons of each method ✤✤ Incorporates extensive use of illustration to facilitate reader’s comprehension ✤✤ Features problems that directly apply to practical technical situations from the author’s 25 years of working experience in electronic companies in the Silicon Valley, California READERSHIP: Solid state circuits and electrical circuit testing engineers; digital, analog, and mixed signal semiconductor designers/engineers; and electrical and electronics students in circuit design, programming, and testing SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Microelectronic Systems

OCT 2012 608PP 978-1-118-30499-0 CL €TBA 

93


Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Reinforcement Learning and Approximate Dynamic Programming for Feedback Control

Reinforcement Learning and Approximate Dynamic Programming for Feedback Control FRANK L. LEWIS & DERONG LIU The University of Texas, USA; University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Explains how reinforcement learning and adaptive control can be useful for controlling a wide variety of systems including robots, industrial processes, and economical decision making ✤✤ Features the works of editors who are internationally renowned experts in this field and pioneered the reinforcement learning and approximate dynamic programming research READERSHIP: University researchers in machine learning and automatic control systems; engineers in industry, electrical engineering, computer science and engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, and industrial engineering  SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Computational Intelligence

DEC 2012 672PP 978-1-118-10420-0 CL €109.00 

Hybrid Control and Motion Planning of Dynamical Legged Locomotion NASSER SADATI, GUY A. DUMONT, KAVEH AKABRI HAMED & WILLIAM A. GRUVER Sharif University of Technology, Iran; The University of British Columbia, Canada; Sharif University of Technology, Iran; Simon Fraser University, Canada

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of hybrid models ✤✤ Takes systematic system engineering approaches instead of focusing on mechanical aspects ✤✤ Presents a novel and analytical approach for control algorithm READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers, and students who have fundamental knowledge of nonlinear control systems and robotics SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Systems Science and Engineering

SEPT 2012 272PP 978-1-118-31707-5 CL €87.90 

Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems 3rd Edition

Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems

PAUL C. KRAUSE, OLEG WASYNCZUK & SCOTT D. SUDHOFF All of Purdue University, USA

✤✤ The authors have developed several new models and model structures for electric machines that improve the accuracy and computational efficiency of coupled machine/power electronic circuit models ✤✤ Covers winding functions, the design of electric machines, electric drives for generation, or machine parameter identification ✤✤ Includes a thorough and modern treatment of reference frame theory, advanced simulation and analysis techniques, a discussion of parameter identification, and a treatment of machine design to complement the analysis READERSHIP: Pimarily a graduate text and a widely used reference text for engineers in the power/machines and drives area SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

DEC 2012 800PP 978-1-118-02429-4 CL €129.00 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-14326-0 

Methodology and Technology for Power System Grounding Methodology and Technology for Power System Grounding

JINLIANG HE, RONG ZENG & BO ZHANG All of Tsinghua University, PR China

✤✤ Covers state-of-the art aspects of grounding technologies for power systems including converters stations and transmission towers ✤✤ Arms readers with the fundamentals of grounding, design guidelines for specific elements of power systems, and measurement techniques related to grounding ✤✤ Includes new subjects based on original research of the authors ✤✤ Features the writings of well-known researchers in the field READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers in power system, lightning protection, and grounding related companies; undergraduates and postgraduates in electrical engineering; and researchers in lightning electromagnetics

OCT 2012 550PP 978-1-118-25495-0 CL €129.00 

94


Principles and Practice

CHING-FUH LIN, WEI-FANG SU, CHIH-I WU & I-CHUN CHENG All of National Taiwan University, PR China

✤✤ Focuses on realisation of low-cost and long life solar cells study and applications ✤✤ Covers inorganic, organic, and hybrid (inorganic + organic) materials.  There are many competing titles covering either organic or inorganic, but few books cover cost and practicality issues ✤✤ Provides concise coverage of the fundamentals of photovoltaics ✤✤ Authors view the organic and inorganic composite thin-film solar cells as the most promising ones for future energy solutions READERSHIP: Graduate students

SEPT 2012 288PP 978-1-118-16853-0 CL €87.90 

The Power of Design

Product Innovation in Sustainable Energy Technologies

ANGELE H. M. E. REINDERS, JAN CAREL DIEHL & IR. HAN BREZET All of TU Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

✤✤ Links sustainable energy technologies with product development and innovation processes with a focus on Li technologies ✤✤ Provides a clear outline of energy technologies such as photovoltaic solar energy and fuel cells for students new to the subject ✤✤ Considers applications, enabling the reader to transfer the theory on to actual product design and research projects

✤✤ Includes full-colour photographs, 60 real and tested example case studies and a companion website with extensive information about the cases and an additional 30 design cases on sustainable energy technologies READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates studying sustainable energy technologies; architects, researchers, engineers and consultants in the field of sustainable energy

SEPT 2012 352PP 978-1-118-30867-7 CL €73.90 

Time to Shine

Applications of Solar Energy Technology

MICHAEL GRUPP ✤✤ Explains the concepts of solar energy technology for the scientist and layperson in an easy-to-understand language

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Organic, Inorganic and Hybrid Solar Cells

✤✤ Covers the most up-to-date methods being used in solar energy today ✤✤ Features the writings of some of the best-known solar energy researchers and engineers in the world READERSHIP: Engineers, managers, economists, and scientists throughout the energy industry; economists and engineers working in sustainability or solar energy, whether in industry or research; students; and interested laypersons

MAY 2012 152PP 978-1-118-01621-3 CL €61.90 

Practical Design of Magnetostatic Structure using Numerical Simulation Odd-Ivar Lekang Agricultural University of Norway, Oslo

✤✤ Aquaculture continues to be one of the fastest growing industries in the world ✤✤ The first edition of this book has become one of Wiley-Blackwell’s best selling aquaculture titles ✤✤ Completely revised and updated to include much new information of commercial importance to the industry ✤✤ The author has many years experience working and teaching in the area in Norway, which has been, and continues to be, the country at the forefront of aquaculture development RAEDERSHIP: Aquaculture scientists and managers, engineers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, and biological scientists working in aquaculture; university libraries; marine biologists, freshwater biologists, environmental scientists, students studying aquaculture or engineering

Practical Design of Magnetostatic Structure using Numerical Simulation

DEC 2012 300PP 978-1-118-39814-2 CL €TBA 

95


Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Bistatic SAR Data Processing Algorithms X. QIU Institute of Electronics in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

✤✤ Gives a general and updated framework for image formation using signal processing aspects starting with an introduction to traditional SAR before moving on to more advanced topics ✤✤ Offers readers an exhaustive tool to process signals and form images ✤✤ Samples image synthesis exercises available from the book’s companion website ✤✤ Provides a solid reference for the imaging of other complicated SAR systems READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers in SAR signal or data processing, bi- and multistatic imaging, and radar sciences; postgraduates with a background in radar interested in bi- and multistatic radar

DEC 2012 500PP 978-1-118-18808-8 CL €142.00 

Remote Sensing and Actuation Using Unmanned Vehicles Remote Sensing and Actuation Using Unmanned Vehicles

HAIYANG CHAO & YANGQUAN CHEN West Virginia University, USA; Utah State University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on how to design and employ networked unmanned vehicles for remote sensing and distributed control purposes in the current information-rich world ✤✤ Presents target scenarios: Environmental or agricultural applications such as river/reservoir surveillance, wind profiling measurement, and monitoring/control of chemical leaks ✤✤ Discusses the popularity of unmanned systems and robotics technologies with such systems replacing human beings for dangerous, tedious, or repetitious jobs ✤✤ Includes both theoretical and experimental contributions READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers, scientists, professionals, college, and postgraduates who work on unmanned systems, robotics, autonomous control, and remote sensing SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Systems Science and Engineering

AUG 2012 232PP 978-1-118-12276-1 CL €87.90 

Harnessing Green IT Principles and Practices

SAN MURUGESAN & G.R. GANGADHARAN University of Western Sydney, Australia; Politecnico di Milano, Italy

✤✤ Covers key aspects of green IT – green technologies, design, standards, maturity models, strategies, and adoption ✤✤ Presents approaches to greening IT encompassing green use, green disposal, green design, and green manufacturing ✤✤ Features the writings of accomplished experts from industry and academia who have first-hand knowledge and expertise in specific areas of green IT ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing materials, references, and presentation slides READERSHIP: Researchers, academics, and advanced students; IT professionals such as CIO and innovation managers; IS architects; project leaders/managers; IT business executives; IT and datacentre managers

OCT 2012 424PP 978-1-119-97005-7 CL €81.90 

3D Visual Communications Yu-Chi LAI National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, PR China

3D Visual Communications

✤✤ Presents the theory and key concepts behind the latest 3D visual coding framework, standards, and corresponding quality assessment ✤✤ Provides fundamental material which forms the basis for future research on enhancing the performance of 3D visual communications over current and future wireless networks ✤✤ Covers important topics including 3D video coding and communications; 3D graphics/gaming and mobile communications; end-to-end 3D ecosystem; and future communications and networks advances for emerging 3D experience READERSHIP: Development, system, and software engineers; system architects; academic and industrial researchers; postgraduates; and scientists. Wireless network engineers and 3D visualisation specialists

DEC 2012 450PP 978-1-119-96070-6 CL €97.90 

96


Designing Secure Computer Systems

SHUANGBAO WANG & ROBERT S. LEDLEY Beijing Normal University, P.R. China; Georgetown University, USA

✤✤ Provides an examination of memory, CPU architecture, and system implementation ✤✤ Includes informative discussion of computer buses and a dual-port bus interface ✤✤ Provides examples covering a broad spectrum of hardware and software systems ✤✤ Contains design and implementation of a patent-pending secure computer system and includes the latest patent-pending technologies in architecture security READERSHIP: Postgraduates in computer architecture, computer communications, and information security; engineers; researchers; other computer science and security professionals; and middleware designers

NOV 2012 360PP 978-1-118-16881-3 CL €105.00 

Using LEDs, LCDs and GLCDs in Microcontroller Projects DOGAN IBRAHIM Near East University, Cyprus

✤✤ Illustrates to readers how to use LEDS, LCDs, and GLCDs in real microcontroller applications and aids readers to design useful projects with visual outputs ✤✤ Includes the extensive use of visual aids for designing LCD and GLCD displays to help readers to understand the details of programming the displays: screen-shots, tables, illustrations, and figures, as well as end-of-chapter exercises ✤✤ Uses C programming throughout the book and provides the basic principles of programming using C language and introductory information about PIC microcontroller architecture

✤✤ Covers topics such as: displaying and scrolling text on LCDs, displaying graphics on GLCDs, simple GLCD-based games, and environmental monitoring using GLCDs such as temperature display READERSHIP: Electrical and electronic/computer engineering final year undergraduates conducting projects and postgraduates carrying out research; engineers

AUG 2012 504PP 978-1-119-94070-8 CL €89.90 

ARC Flash Hazard Analysis and Mitigation J. DAS AMEC Inc., USA

✤✤ Features the writings of industry authority and preface written by Lanny Floyd, world-renowned personality in electrical safety; currently Principal Consultant, Electrical Safety and Technology with DuPont  ✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date Arc Flash analysis methodologies  ✤✤ Includes practical examples and case studies as well as end-of-chapter reviews and questions

ARC Flash Hazard Analysis and Mitigation

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Computer Architecture and Security

READERSHIP: Electrical engineers, power electric engineers, power electric cable engineers, and electrical safety specialists SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

OCT 2012 664PP 978-1-118-16381-8 CL €119.00 

Electromechanical Motion Devices 2nd Edition

PAUL C. KRAUSE, OLEG WASYNCZUK & STEVEN D. PEKAREK All of Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Introduces modern electric machine analysis, providing the reader the basis to study and understand the emerging applications of electric machines in the emerging smart grid, and especially modern electric drive applications ✤✤ Includes a solutions manual ✤✤ Adopts a classroom–tested approach READERSHIP: Students in electrical engineering and engineers interested in electric power and drives areas but lacking the basic knowledge of modern electric machine analysis and control

SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

MAY 2012 544PP 978-1-118-29612-7 CL €109.00 

97


Electrical & Electronics Engineering

ESD Basics

From Semiconductor Manufacturing to Use

STEVEN H. VOLDMAN IEEE Fellow, USA

ESD Basics

✤✤ Explains the fundamentals of electrostatic discharge - its solutions, mechanisms, manufacturing, and chip and system design ✤✤ Discusses system-level ESD failures and system-level events, latchup, EMI, EMC, and EOS ✤✤ Explores ESD failures in equipment such as hand-held devices, servers and disk drives; and technologies such as semiconductors, MEMS, and automobiles ✤✤ Incorporates case studies and a thorough conclusion discussing product life cycle READERSHIP: Engineers in the fields of ESD, manufacturing, semiconductor device design, reliability, and failure analysis; system designers; and VLSI circuit designers/layout engineers, undergraduates and postgraduates

OCT 2012 256PP 978-0-470-97971-6 CL €85.90 

Power Electronics and Energy Conversion Systems Volume 1- Fundamentals and Hard-switching Converters

ADRIAN IOINOVICI Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

✤✤ Summarises DC to DC converters in an accessible manner for researchers and designers working with power circuits ✤✤ Presents previously unpublished advancements in hard switching converters including gallium nitride transistors, VRMs for microprocessors, and interleaving for reduced electromagnetic interference ✤✤ Includes the latest technology covered in senior undergraduate and postgraduate courses with electrical engineering such as telecommunications ✤✤ Includes a companion website with PowerPoint slides READERSHIP: Electrical engineering undergraduates and postgraduates studying power electronics; practicing engineers; researchers and designers in industries using power electronics circuits; and power supply/converter designers

OCT 2012 856PP 978-0-470-71099-9 CL €119.00 

Generalizations of Cyclostationary Signal Processing Spectral Analysis and Applications

ANTONIO NAPOLITANO University of Napoli ‘Parthenope’, Italy

✤✤ Provides mathematical models for two classes of non-stationary processes: generalised almostcyclostationary (GACS) and spectrally correlated (SC) processes ✤✤ Presents the underlying theoretical framework for the mathematical models of a class of signals finding growing importance in applications such as mobile communications and radar/sonar ✤✤ Presents extensive simulation results to illustrate the theoretical results and also includes mathematical proofs ✤✤ Features the writings of an author internationally renowned for his work in advancing this field READERSHIP: Electrical engineers and researchers; telecommunications engineers; postgraduates and Ph.D. students in statistical signal processing, communications, and related disciplines; statisticians SERIES: Wiley - IEEE

SEPT 2012 496PP 978-1-119-97335-5 CL €105.00 

Machine Learning in Image Steganalysis HANS GEORG SCHAATHUN University of Surrey, UK

✤✤ The only book to look at steganalysis from the perspective of machine learning theory, and to apply the common technique of machine learning to the particular field of steganalysis ✤✤ Adopts an integrated approach throughout, with practical steganalytic examples to illustrate the theory ✤✤ Combines math, coding, and machine learning with information hiding, making the complex statistical theory accessible to those new to machine learning ✤✤ Incorporates MATLAB or python programs and algorithms to allow the reader to modify and reproduce outcomes discussed in the book READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in steganalysis, steganography, multimedia forensics, and information security. Practitioners in information forensics; developers and engineers in the security industry SERIES: Wiley – IEEE

SEPT 2012 296PP 978-0-470-66305-9 CL €89.90 

98


An Introduction to Practice and Principles 3rd Edition

ROLF G. KUEHNI North Carolina State University, USA

✤✤ Presents text with improvements from the field over since 2004

Color

✤✤ Provides a concise, non-mathematical introduction to colour, science, and technology, in an easy-to-read, conversational style ✤✤ Touches on historical, philosophical, and art-related topics to give a broader view of colour science ✤✤ Represents a thorough revision, covering new information on perception phenomena, colour order, and recent technological advancements; includes a glossary of important terms as well as a full range of colour images READERSHIP: Academic colour/vision scientists and postgraduates in colour metrics, colour spaces, colour appearance, colour differences, vision, and psychophysics studies; practising industry researchers; art and design students and professionals

NOV 2012 296PP 978-1-118-17384-8 CL €87.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-66006-4 

Mobile Video with Mobile IPv6 DANIEL MINOLI Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Represents the first book that addresses IPv6 Mobile with applications to linear and non-linear video distribution ✤✤ Offers practical suggestions for cost-effective entertainment delivery within existing service provider networks ✤✤ Considers evolving shifts in consumer viewing habits ✤✤ Suggests new revenue-generating services that can be brought to the market READERSHIP: Planners, CTOs, and engineers at broadcast/cable TV operations and satellite operations; internet and ISP providers; telecommunications and wireless providers; set top box developers; and content developers, distributors, and aggregators

SEPT 2012 296PP 978-1-118-35497-1 CL €TBA 

Introduction to Hybrid Vehicle System Modeling & Control WEI LIU Gerneral Motors

✤✤ Provides valuable technical expertise necessary for building hybrid vehicle system and analysing performance via drivability, fuel economy, and emissions ✤✤ Presents the author’s industry experience at major vehicle companies including General Motors and Azure Dynamics Inc ✤✤ Offers algorithm implementations and figures/examples extracted from actual practice systems

Introduction to Hybrid Vehicle System Modeling & Control

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Color

READERSHIP: Hybrid development and design engineers undertaking hybrid vehicle system development; undergraduates and postgraduates in hybrid vehicle system modeling and control courses

OCT 2012 260PP 978-1-118-30840-0 CL €81.90 

Digital Image Processing WILLIAM K. PRATT University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ Caters to the requirements of a university or college course covering digital image processing ✤✤ Features new chapters covering important topics such as image and video compression ✤✤ Provides computational examples and problems using MATLAB and PIKS (the authors own scientific image processing software)

Digital Image Processing

✤✤ Includes exercises and narrative ‘recipe-type’ descriptions of image processing operations in each chapter READERSHIP: Electrical and computer engineering students

NOV 2012 816PP 978-1-118-25462-2 CL €122.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-76777-0

99


Communications Technology

Microwave Line of Sight Link Engineering PABLO ANGUEIRA & JUAN ROMO Both of University of the Basque Country, Spain

Microwave Line of Sight Link Engineering

✤✤ Describes the procedure for designing a frequency plan and a channel arrangement structure according to ITU current standards with specific application examples ✤✤ Offers students analytical examples to illustrate the specifics of calculations and provide order of magnitude for parameters and design factors, extremely valuable for students approaching the topic for the first time ✤✤ Provides exercises that describe real-life cases, putting together the puzzle pieces necessary when facing a real design from scratch ✤✤ Boasts of unique authorship combining academia and industry experience READERSHIP: Radio engineers requiring a comprehensive reference to international regulations associated with LOS Microwave links; undergraduates or postgraduates in radiocommunications/radio system design

AUG 2012 424PP 978-1-118-07273-8 CL €109.00 

An Introduction to Audio Content Analysis Applications in Signal Processing and Music Informatics

ALEXANDER LERCH ZPlane Development, Germany

✤✤ Analyses each musical information in each category – tonal: pitch, harmony, and key; temporal: tempo, etc ✤✤ Provides quick access to different analysis algorithms to both the beginners and experts in digital audio signal processing  ✤✤ Adopts a classroom-tested approach based on author’s postgraduate level course ✤✤ Includes lists of abbreviations and symbols READERSHIP: Postgraduates in computer science and engineering, signal processing, and audio processing; signal processing experts specialised in audio signal processing, coding, and contents analysis

AUG 2012 270PP 978-1-118-26682-3 CL €TBA 

Computational Number Theory and Modern Cryptography SONG Y. YAN Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Makes deep mathematical problems accessible to computer scientists and engineers ✤✤ Presents classroom-tested materials used in the US, UK and China ✤✤ Includes exercises in every chapter ✤✤ Provides instructor resources through the book’s companion website

READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in computer science, communications engineering, cryptography, and mathematics; computer scientists; practising cryptographers; and security scheme professionals

DEC 2012 416PP 978-1-118-18858-3 CL €83.90 

Body Area Communications

Channel Modeling, Communication Systems, and EMC

JIANQING WANG & QIONG WANG Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan; Dresden University of Technology, Germany

✤✤ Provides a concise introduction to this emerging topic based on classroom-tested materials ✤✤ Details the latest IEEE 802.15.6 standard activities and moves from very basic physics to useful mathematic models, and then to practical considerations ✤✤ Covers EM physics and communications, biological applications, link budget, bit error rate performance, RAKE and diversity reception, SAR analysis for safety evaluation, modelling of electromagnetic interference, and implanted cardiac pacemakers ✤✤ Provides MATLAB and Fortran programs for download from the companion website READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, engineers, and researchers interested in body area networks; researchers and practising engineers in biomedical engineering interested in extending techniques to the wireless communications space

NOV 2012 256PP 978-1-118-18848-4 CL €162.00 

10 0


Principles and Practice

ROBERT CAIMING QIU, ZHEN HU & HUSHENG LI Tennessee Technological University, USA; Zhen Hu; University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA

✤✤ Examines basic mathematical tools before moving on to more advanced concepts and discussions about the future of cognitive radio ✤✤ Describes the fundamentals of cognitive radio, providing a step-by-step treatment of the topics to enable progressive learning ✤✤ Includes questions, exercises, and suggestions for extra reading at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Features a companion website hosting MATLAB codes and supplementary material including exercises READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professors/lecturers in universities/colleges, researchers involved in cognitive radio, and telecommunications engineers; industrial/technological consultants and research project planners

NOV 2012 552PP 978-0-470-97209-0 CL €97.90 

Frequency Acquisition Techniques for Phase Locked Loops D. TALBOT Consultant, USA

✤✤ Introduces reader to the basics and builds with minimal mathematics and considers digital implementations versus analog ✤✤ Examines performance limitations of phase/frequency detector based phase locked loops and the quadri-correlator method for both continuous and sampled mode ✤✤ Analyses sawtooth ramp-and-sample phase detector and how its waveform contains frequency error information that can be extracted ✤✤ Studies how a self-sweeping self-extinguishing topology is beneficial including sweep methods using quadrature mixer based lock detection READERSHIP: RF/Microwave engineers, particularly circuit designers; practising electronics engineers involved in frequency synthesis, phase locked loops, carrier or clock recovery loops, radio-frequency integrated circuit design, and aerospace electronics

Cognitive Radio Communication and Networking

Communications Technology

Cognitive Radio Communication and Networking

SEPT 2012 272PP 978-1-118-16810-3 CL €105.00 

A Guide to the Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK) 2nd Edition

IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SOCIETY ✤✤ Includes added information on basic network management concepts, radio frequency spectrum, lightning: why it affects radio towers and how to mitigate its effects, government policies, and more explicit coverage of Long Term Evolution ✤✤ Serves as a primary study and reference guide for practitioners considering applying for the WCET exam ✤✤ Presents contents according to the areas of expertise in the updated (2010) WCET Delineation, which no other book covers ✤✤ Covers contents based on technology and applications - not a specific company’s approach READERSHIP: Wireless/telecommunication engineers, wireless practitioners, managers of wireless engineers, networks, and programmes, postgraduates and undergraduates

AUG 2012 448PP 978-1-118-34357-9 PR €TBA  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-43366-9 

Introduction to Wireless Localisation With iPhone SDK Examples

EDDIE C. L. CHAN & GEORGE BACIU Both of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, P.R. China

✤✤ Provides a thorough grounding in signal propagation, line-of-sight, and interference effects to the positioning accuracy ✤✤ Presents a hands-on introduction wireless localisation using iPhone programming ✤✤ Gives connections to location-aware information provision in Google Map, PHP server-side programming ✤✤ Includes a companion website with codes for the text and lecture slides for instructors READERSHIP: Postgraduates in mobile and wireless communications, undergraduates interested in translating localisation concepts into real code; professionals, engineers and researchers in location-aware services

MAY 2012 328PP 978-1-118-29851-0 CL €89.90 

101


Communications Technology

Next Generation Wireless Communications Using Radio over Fiber NATHAN J.GOMES University of Kent, UK

✤✤ Presents a complete system-level evaluation of the proposed system performance of co-ordinated multipoint systems supported by radio over fiber ✤✤ Demonstrates the use and design requirements for radio fiber ✤✤ Provides key demonstration setups and results validating the concept of the proposed co-ordinated multipoint algorithms ✤✤ Gives a business evaluation, showing the potential economic benefits to operators READERSHIP: Scientific/technical managers in telecommunications companies; academics, researchers and  readers in university and industry research laboratories; business managers; decision makers in telecommunications companies; postgraduate students

OCT 2012 384PP 978-1-119-95339-5 CL €115.00 

Radio Protocols for LTE and LTE-Advanced SeungJune Yi, SungDuck Chun, YoungDae Lee, SungJun Park & SungHoon Jung All of LG Electronics

✤✤ Represents one of the first publications based on the 3GPP R10 specifications, which introduces LTE-A ✤✤ Begins with an overview of LTE and covers idle mode procedure, packet data convergence protocol, and public warning systems ✤✤ Presents the LTE radio interface protocol layers in a readable manner, to enhance the material in the standards publications ✤✤ Features works from an expert author team who have been directly working on the 3GPP standards READERSHIP: Engineers in mobile industry involved in service and deployment, mobile handsets, network equipment, and protocol testing; postgraduates; product managers and strategic planners in mobile industries

OCT 2012 352PP 978-1-118-18853-8 CL €119.00 

Tactical Wireless Communications and Networks – Design Concepts and Challenges

Tactical Wireless Communications and Networks – Design Concepts and Challenges GEORGE F. ELMASRY DSCI , USA

✤✤ Provides structured contents: for readers needing an overall view; for those looking at the communications aspects or lower layers of the protocol stack; and for users interested in the networking aspects or higher layers of the protocol stack ✤✤ Presents approaches to alleviate the challenges faced by the engineers in the field today ✤✤ Includes illustrations and case studies to clarify the notional and architectural approaches as well as a list of problems for each chapter to emphasise the important aspects of the topics covered ✤✤ Covers the current state of tactical networking as well as the future long-term evolution of tactical wireless communications and networking in the next 50 years READERSHIP: Engineers and scientists in defense industry working on communications and networking; commercial engineers keen to adapt their products to the defense world; postgraduates studying wireless communications

SEPT 2012 328PP 978-1-119-95176-6 CL €97.90 

LTE-A Advanced and Next Generation Wireless Networks Channel Modeling and Propagation

GUILLAUME DE LA ROCHE, ANDRES ALAYON-GLAZUNOV & B. ALLEN University of Bedfordshire, UK; KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; University of Bedfordshire, UK

✤✤ Introduces LTE-Advanced and beyond networks, as well as the major new techniques which impact the channel/propagation ✤✤ Discusses models for path loss predictions, pico/femto and relay channels, wideband channel models, channels for high mobility, etc, and covers application and performance analysis ✤✤ Presents advances in channel measurements, and compares LTE field trials and measurement results with theoretical models ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing data from channel measurements and MATLAB® programmes READERSHIP: Academics and researchers in telecommunications, wireless network designers, scientific (R&D) staff, network engineers of mobile operators; engineering students with wireless technology featuring in their work, product and solution architects, network planners, wireless communications consultants

NOV 2012 560PP 978-1-119-97670-7 CL €105.00 

102


Ad Hoc, Vehicular and Mesh Networks

PAOLO SANTI Istituto di Informatica e Telematica del CNR, Italy

✤✤ Provides up-to-date coverage of mobility models for next generation wireless networks ✤✤ Discusses in detail the most representative mobility models for major next-generation wireless network application scenarios, including WLAN/mesh networks, vehicular networks, wireless sensor networks, and opportunistic networks ✤✤ Demonstrates the practices for designing effective protocol/applications for next-generation wireless networks READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers in the field of wireless networking; postgraduates in computer science and engineering; wireless professionals and networking system developers SERIES: Wiley Series on Communications Networking & Distributed Systems

JUL 2012 376PP 978-1-119-99201-1 CL €97.90 

Publish/Subscribe Systems Design and Principles

SASU TARKOMA Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

✤✤ Addresses the basic design patterns and solutions, and discusses their application in practical application scenarios ✤✤ Covers applications and example cases including; combining Publish/Subscribe with Cloud, Twitter, Facebook, push services, logistics, health sector and mobile push at the app store ✤✤ Examines current standards and industry best practices as well as recent research proposals in the area ✤✤ Covers content matching, filtering, aggregation algorithms, and data structures as well as the mechanisms needed for realising distributed publish/subscribe across the Internet, and includes an accompanying website containing lecture slides READERSHIP: Postgraduates and specialists in IT industry, distributed systems and enterprise computing; software engineers and programmers working in social and mobile computing; researchers; students and undergraduates SERIES: Wiley Series on Communications Networking & Distributed Systems

JUL 2012 360PP 978-1-119-95154-4 PR €81.90 

Telecommunications System Reliability Engineering, Theory, and Practice MARK L. AYERS University of Alaska Anchorage, USA

✤✤ Provides computer programming tools and techniques for simulation of the approaches presented in the title using the Matlab software suite ✤✤ Bridges the fields of system reliability theory, telecommunications system engineering, and computer programming, specifically within the Matlab development environment

Telecommunications System Reliability Engineering, Theory, and Practice

✤✤ Translates abstract reliability theory concepts into practical tools including Matlab code, and techniques for engineers and students READERSHIP: Telecommunications engineers; engineering students planning to work in the field of telecommunications SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Network Management

OCT 2012 248PP 978-1-118-13051-3 Cl €95.90 

Biomedical Materials and Diagnostic Devices ASHUTOSH TIWARI & HISASHI KOBAYASHI IFM-Linkoping University, Sweden; National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

✤✤ Covers the new nanomaterials in detail ✤✤ Represents a unique state-of-the-art volume READERSHIP: University students and researchers of chemistry, materials science, physics, pharmacy, biological science, biomedical engineering, bioengineering, biotechnology, and nanotechnology

SEPT 2012 350PP 978-1-118-03014-1 CL €189.00 

Biomedical Materials and Diagnostic Devices

Communications Technology / Mathematics & Statistics

Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks

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Mathematics & Statistics

Galois Theory 2nd Edition

DAVID A. COX Amherst College, USA

✤✤ Develops the basic results of Galois Theory with Historical Notes to explain how the concepts evolved and Mathematical Notes to highlight the many ideas encountered in the study of this marvelous subject ✤✤ Covers classic applications of Galois Theory such as solvability by radicals, geometric constructions, and finite fields ✤✤ Explores the contributions of Lagrange, Galois, and Kronecker and describes Galois’ results about irreducible polynomials of prime or prime-squared degree, and Abel’s theorem about geometric constructions on the lemniscates ✤✤ Details how MapleTM and Mathematica® can be used in computations related to Galois Theory  READERSHIP: Researchers and professional algebraists; undergraduates and postgraduates in abstract algebra or Galois theory; supplement for a reading course or senior honours project on Galois theory; and academic libraries SERIES: Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Wiley Series of Texts, Monographs and Tracts

APR 2012 602PP 978-1-118-07205-9 CL €65.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-43419-1 

Dispersion Decay and Scattering Theory ALEXANDER KOMECH & ELENA KOPYLOVA Vienna University, Austria; Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

✤✤ Features the application of functional analysis, complex analysis, and theory of distributions for a comprehensive treatment of problems in mathematical physics ✤✤ Contains simplified and streamlined coverage of the Agmon-Jensen-Kato theory along with proofs on absence of embedded eigenvalues and the decay of eigenvalues ✤✤ Extends the Agmon-Jensen-Kato theory for the first time in literature from the Schroedinger equation to prove the dispersion decay for Klein-Gordon and wave equations in all dimensions and corresponding discrete models ✤✤ Presents a rigorous treatment on the Schroedinger and Klein-Gordon equations, spectral and scattering theory, and quantum scattering cross sections READERSHIP: Researchers, professionals, and academics in mathematical physics, quantum physics, and mathematics; postgraduates and/or Ph.D. students studying scattering theory, partials differential equations, and functional analysis

JUL 2012 202PP 978-1-118-34182-7 CL €81.90 

Partial Differential Equations Theory and Completely Solved Problems

THOMAS HILLEN, I. ED LEONARD & HENRY VAN ROESSEL

Partial Differential Equations

All of University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ Contains summaries, a large selection of fully worked examples and counterexamples, and graphics to demonstrate concepts and solutions ✤✤ Introduces topics by using a real-world physical model as opposed to a purely theoretical approach and also includes biological applications ✤✤ Presents four sample midterm exams and four sample final exams for additional student practice with full solutions provided ✤✤ Includes class-tested material that has been used for a combined total of 28 years by the co-authors READERSHIP: Mathematics and engineering majors, mathematics departments, and science and engineering departments

SEPT 2012 736PP 978-1-118-06330-9 CL €99.90 

Real Analysis

A Constructive Approach

MARK BRIDGER Northeastern University, USA

✤✤ Begins with simple concepts revolving around interval arithmetic ✤✤ Includes a chapter devoted to proving results with inclusion of numerous useful examples ✤✤ Provides reader with practice in producing proofs of relatively easy concepts before having to deal with complicated notions such as continuity and differentiability ✤✤ Offers a gentle introduction to reading carefully and constructing proofs READERSHIP: Upper-level text for undergraduates or introductory graduate math majors; students in engineering and the sciences; professional engineers, scientists, and mathematicians; college libraries. SERIES: Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Wiley Series of Texts, Monographs and Tracts

APR 2012 324PP 978-1-118-35706-4 PR €53.90  

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An Introduction

THEODORE G. FATICONI Fordham University, USA

✤✤ Includes plenty of worked examples, proofs, and exercises in every chapter; and bridges combinatorics and probability as well as prepares students for more advanced mathematics courses

Combinatorics

✤✤ Contains detailed explanations of formulas in order to promote fundamental understanding, as opposed to the rote memorisation that many texts on this subject require ✤✤ Promotes mathematical thinking by first considering the presented ideas and seeing proofs before reaching conclusions, enabling readers to understand why the presented material is true ✤✤ Includes elementary applications that do not advance beyond the use of Venn diagrams, the inclusion/ exclusion formula, the multiplication principal, permutations, and combinations READERSHIP: Professors, undergraduates, teaching assistants, adjunct instructors, and teachers of discrete and/or finite mathematics courses, mathematics and, computer science; and academic and public libraries

DEC 2012 288PP 978-1-118-40436-2 CL €TBA 

Introduction to Topology and Geometry 2nd Edition

SAUL STAHL University of Kansas, USA

✤✤ Features a new chapter on the elements of projective geometry, which is useful in achieving a unified image of the field of classical plane geometry ✤✤ Presents applications to conic selections and details the many classical properties of conics, including their optical properties and Archimedes’ determination of the area of a segment of a parabola ✤✤ Provides exercises ranging from the routine to challenging, making the material accessible at varying levels of study, with an instructor’s solutions manual available upon written request

Introduction to Topology and Geometry

Mathematics & Statistics

Combinatorics

READERSHIP: Professionals and/or professors teaching geometry and topology; undergraduates in topology and geometry; postgraduates; academic libraries SERIES: Pure and Applied Mathematics: A Wiley Series of Texts, Monographs and Tracts

NOV 2012 544PP 978-1-118-10810-9 CL €109.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-66260-0 

Mathematical Modeling with Multidisciplinary Applications XIN-SHE YANG University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Features state-of-the-art mathematical modelling coverage and techniques in a variety of fields including finance, industry, theoretical and applied mathematics, engineering and machine learning, physics, chemistry, ecology, and social science ✤✤ Provides worked examples, exercises with select solutions, and detailed references of the latest literature to solidify comprehensive learning ✤✤ Presents case studies and real-world applications that are widely used for current mathematical modelling courses such as the greenhouse effect and Stokes flow estimation ✤✤ Contains comprehensive coverage of a wide range of contemporary topics such as nonlinear PDEs, game theory, statistical models, and analytical solutions to numerical methods READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and professionals in mathematical modelling, applied mathematics, modelling and simulation, numerical methods, economics and finance, operations research and optimisation, and computational engineering

NOV 2012 608PP 978-1-118-29441-3 CL €109.00 

Common Errors in Statistics (and How to Avoid Them) 4th Edition

PHILLIP I. GOOD Information Research, USA

✤✤ Focuses on debunking popular myths, analysing common mistakes, and instructing readers on how to choose the appropriate statistical technique for specific task; includes a handy checklist ✤✤ Covers topics such as epidemiological studies, distribution of data, baseline data incorporation, case control studies, correlation, simulations, statistical theory publication, cost-benefit analysis, and more ✤✤ Offers revamped exercises and emphasises solutions as much as problems, and provides numerous new figures throughout as well as substantial changes in the writing transitions from chapter to chapter ✤✤ Teaches readers how to decide between different methods and how to avoid making common errors that skew results READERSHIP: Postgraduates entering the fields of research, industry, medicine, or government; libraries

JUL 2012 344PP 978-1-118-29439-0 PR €53.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-45798-6 

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Mathematics & Statistics

Mathematical Statistics and Stochastic Processes DENIS BOSQ Emeritus Professor, UPMC, France

✤✤ Studies both the case of independent identically distributed random variables and the case of dependent variables, i.e. statistics for discrete and continuous time processes ✤✤ Based on decision theory and asymptotic statistics ✤✤ Contains up-to-date information on the relevant topics of theory of probability, estimation, confidence intervals, non-parametric statistics and robustness, second-order processes in discrete and continuous time and diffusion processes, statistics for discrete and continuous time processes, and more READERSHIP: Students studying courses on probability with an emphasis on measure theory, all practitioners who apply and use statistics and probability on a daily basis

APR 2012 304PP 978-1-848-21361-6 CL €109.00 

Encyclopedia of Environmetrics 2nd Edition, 6 Volume Set

ABDEL H. EL-SHAARAWI & WALTER W. PIEGORSCH National Water Research Institute, Canada; University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Reflects developments in the environmetrics techniques and applications during past decade in six volumes ✤✤ Includes over 60% new or revised articles and a new section on environmental engineering and technology ✤✤ Incorporates increased breadth and depth of coverage in key application areas such as climate science and hydrological processes ✤✤ Features revised and updated treatment of methodology including spatial-temporal statistics, computational statistics and modelling extremes and places a greater emphasis on practitioner-oriented content READERSHIP: Researchers, lecturers, students, consultants and policymakers in ecological statistics, climate change, geostatistics, natural resources, risk assessment, environmental health, physical processes, chemometrics, and stochastic modelling

NOV 2012 3360PP 978-0-470-97388-2 CL €1,650.00  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £1,090 €1,400 VALID UNTIL 31ST JAN 2013 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-89997-6 

Spatio-temporal Design Advances in Efficient Data Acquisition

WERNER MUELLER & JORGE MATEU Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; University Jaume I of Castellon, Spain

✤✤ Provides an up-to-date account of how to collect space-time data for monitoring, with a focus on statistical aspects and the latest computational methods ✤✤ Discusses basic methods and distinguishes between design and model-based approaches ✤✤ Integrates common data examples and case studies throughout in order to demonstrate the different approaches and their integration ✤✤ Includes real data sets, data generating mechanisms, and simulation scenarios as well as a supporting website featuring R code READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of applied mathematics, engineering, and the environmental and health sciences SERIES: Statistics in Practice

DEC 2012 379PP 978-0-470-97429-2 CL €83.90 

Industrial Statistics with Minitab PERE GRIMA CINTAS, LLUIS MARCO ALMAGRO &XAVIER TORT-MORTORELL LLABRES All of The Technical University of Catalonia UPC, Spain

✤✤ Contains extensive illustrative examples and case studies throughout ✤✤ Features statistical process control and multi-vari charts besides creating and analysing factorial designs ✤✤ Discusses data handling and customisation with MINITAB ✤✤ Serves as a successful training course delivered by the authors to both students and practitioners that is supported by an accompanying website featuring case studies READERSHIP: Technical and engineering students; Six Sigma Green and Black Belts and middle managers dealing with processes, productivity, quality, or related topics; practitioners from industry interested in learning statistics

SEPT 2012 392PP 978-0-470-97275-5 CL €71.90 

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RUEY S. TSAY University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Serves a simplified version of the author’s authoritative, theory-driven book on the same subject ✤✤ Covers newly developed financial models such as long memory, regime switching, structural break, and MCMC ✤✤ Contains a plethora of real-life examples and empirical applications drawn from finance, international finance, and econometrics

An Introduction to Analysis of Financial Data with R

✤✤ Includes fully integrated R software and graphics to support the data; and an author website with data sets, further explanations, and additional R subroutines READERSHIP: MBA students, researchers, and professionals in business and finance SERIES: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

SEPT 2012 416PP 978-0-470-89081-3 CL €112.00 

Loss Models

From Data to Decisions 4th Edition

STUART A. KLUGMAN, HARRY H. PANJER & GORDON E. WILLMOT Drake University, USA; University of Waterloo, Canada; University of Waterloo, Canada

✤✤ Assumes little prior knowledge of insurance systems and represents the first practical treatment of modern credibility theory

Loss Models

✤✤ Most exercises parallel the content that is required by the Society of Actuaries, the Casualty Actuarial Society, and the Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ Exam C/4. A solutions manual is provided for readers who desire further insight

Mathematics & Statistics

An Introduction to Analysis of Financial Data with R

✤✤ Specific examples from the fields of insurance and business are discussed throughout, and all data sets are posted on an FTP site, along with programs that assist with conducting loss model analysis READERSHIP: Students and aspiring actuaries preparing to take the SOA and CAS preliminary examinations C/4; professional actuaries and postgraduates in the actuarial field; and anyone who works with loss and risk models SERIES: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

SEPT 2012 544PP 978-1-118-31532-3 CL €129.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-18781-4 

Financial Risk Modelling and Portfolio Optimisation with R EDITED BY BERNHARD PFAFF Invesco Asset Management Deutschland GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Introduces stylised facts, loss function and risk measures ✤✤ Presents advanced methods for modelling financial risks and portfolio optimization using R ✤✤ Accompanied by a supporting website featuring examples and case studies in R READERSHIP: Practitioners in finance and portfolio optimisation (inc. banking); graduate and postgraduate students in finance, economics, risk management

Financial Risk Modelling and Portfolio Optimisation with R

SERIES: Statistics in Practice

DEC 2012 350PP 978-0-470-97870-2 CL €77.90 

Understanding Business Research BART L. WEATHINGTON, CHRISTOPHER J.L. CUNNINGHAM & DAVID J. PITTENGER University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA; University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA; Marietta College, USA

✤✤ Explores the research models, designs, and methodologies that are specific to carrying out research and facilitating decision-making in the field of business ✤✤ Introduces various research designs that are appropriate for use in business and management science studies, including single participant, multi-group, longitudinal, correlational, and experimental designs ✤✤ Includes examples and Research in Action sections that demonstrate the real-world uses of the presented topics ✤✤ Discusses techniques related to measurement in detail, with guidance on identifying, developing, and evaluating reliable and valid approaches READERSHIP: Postgraduates, MBA students, researchers, and practitioners in areas of business, finance, and management science who utilise qualitative and quantitative research methods in applied scenarios

SEPT 2012 508PP 978-1-118-13426-9 CL €139.00 

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Mathematics & Statistics

Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Atmospheric and Earth Sciences

Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Atmospheric and Earth Sciences N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Employs the breadth of coverage from the Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition (ESS-2e) to present a specific focus on the application of statistical methods to research data in the earth and atmospheric sciences ✤✤ Demonstrates the purpose and application of statistical methods for conducting research on relevant and interesting issues that exist in today’s environment, including global warming, pollution, droughts, and volcanic activity ✤✤ Contains newly-written contributions on topics such as nonlinear weather forecasting, ranked set sampling methodology, assessment of water pollution, and the application of spatial methods to geological studies ✤✤ Delves into quantitative methods, their application to research, and where applicable, newly-discovered approaches to conduct research in fields such as meteorology, agriculture, geophysics, geology, and forestry READERSHIP: Students, academics, and researchers in the fields of geophysics, geology, geography, forestry, agriculture, and the related client disciplines who would like to expand their knowledge of statistical methods and applications in their area of practice

NOV 2012 352PP 978-0-470-50344-7 CL €169.00 

Probabilistic Reliability Models IGOR A. USHAKOV Advanced Logistics Development, Israel

Probabilistic Reliability Models

✤✤ Blends probability theory and mathematical statistics to solve common real-world reliability problems; and includes expertise from the author’s vast industry and lecture experience ✤✤ Contains many illustrative numerical examples and explanatory figures throughout in addition to numerous exercises with solutions and explanations ✤✤ Features detailed case studies related to real-world technical projects, including software failure avalanches, gas-pipelines with underground storage, and IC BM control systems ✤✤ Presents practical thoughts, opinions, and judgments on reliability theory applications to solve practical engineering problems with special attention paid to hidden obstacles that lead to serious mistakes in reliability analysis READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in statistics, mathematics, operations research, and engineering; professionals and researchers in industry; secondary educators; academic and corporate libraries

OCT 2012 252PP 978-1-118-34183-4 CL €TBA 

Understanding and Applying Research Design MARTIN LEE ABBOTT Seattle Pacific University, USA

✤✤ Blends research design and statistics under one cover, identifying the relationship between the two and illustrating the practical application of these concepts ✤✤ Explores the relevance of quantitative techniques in the research design framework, outlining topics such as measurement, causation and causal models, correlation, and regression analysis ✤✤ Integrates exercises and worksheets, allowing readers to examine real-world data from various fields of research; and illustrates the power of SPSS® to solve existing research design problems using real-world problems  ✤✤ Demonstrate the nature of and challenges that exist in designing and carrying out research studies through data from the authors’ own research as well as key resources such as the General Social Survey READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers, and practitioners undertaking research methods within sociology, public policy, education, psychology, and social sciences

OCT 2012 512PP 978-1-118-09648-2 CL €105.00 

Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Social and Behavioural Sciences

Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Social and Behavioural Sciences N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Presents a specific focus on the application of statistical methods to research data in the social and behavioural sciences ✤✤ Combines recognised literature with modern research featuring both established ESS 2e articles and newlyacquired contributions from over 100 leading experts in academia and industry ✤✤ Delves into quantitative methods, their application to research, and where applicable, modern and cuttingedge approaches to the social and behavioural sciences READERSHIP: Students, academics, and researchers in the fields of economics, sociology, psychology, philosophy, demography, education, and political science with interest in the uses of statistics in gathering, reporting, and analysing data

OCT 2012 576PP 978-0-470-40507-9 CL €169.00 

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MICHAEL R. CHERNICK & KENNETH N. ANDERSON Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc,. USA, Merck & Co., Inc., USA

✤✤ Features practical examples throughout and plentiful exercises to further reinforce the concepts discussed ✤✤ Presents research in frontier studies and analyses in an accessible manner ✤✤ Employs the R language throughout and showcases Bayesian influences when appropriate ✤✤ Emphasises “how to”, not “why”. Presents theory and concepts followed by practical examples and applications

An Introduction to Adaptive Designs with Applications to Clinical Trials Using R

READERSHIP: Investigators using statistical experimental designs; practitioners concerned with medical ethics, stochastic optimisation, control theory, decision theory, and machine learning or computational learning theory; and computer scientists SERIES: Statistics in Practice

DEC 2012 384PP 978-0-470-40445-4 CL €87.90 

Clinical Trials Dictionary

Terminology and Usage Recommendations, 2nd Edition

CURTIS L. MEINERT The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

✤✤ Presents the works of an eminent epidemiologist and clinician, who is guided by precision and brevity, at one of the top public health institutions in the world ✤✤ Contains sufficient generality and coverage to satisfy the requirements of trialists concerned with the design, conduct, and analysis of trials ✤✤ Introduces a vocabulary for the characterisation and description of features and activities associated with trials, which requires a naturally inherent development of nomenclature for features, elements, and activities of trials

Mathematics & Statistics

An Introduction to Adaptive Designs with Applications to Clinical Trials Using R

✤✤ Includes usage practices and conventions in the field which suggest when to use and/or not use the term in question READERSHIP: Postgraduates, practising clinicians, and trialists in medical, public health, and biostatistics; journal editors, manuscript editors, and indexers of clinical trials papers; and meta-analysts

OCT 2012 412PP 978-1-118-29515-1 CL €119.00 

Clinical Trials Dictionary: Terminology and Usage Recommendations 2nd Edition

CURTIS L. MEINERT The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

✤✤ Presents the writings of an eminent epidemiologist and clinician at one of the top public health institutions in the world ✤✤ Discusses an appropriate mix of scientific, logistical, ethical, psychological, behavioural, and administrative issues

Clinical Trials Dictionary: Terminology and Usage Recommendations

✤✤ Uses a convenient organisation scheme to convey the content with topics readily searchable and very practical in nature and scope ✤✤ Poses questions to challenge the reader towards further study READERSHIP: Practising clinicians and trialists in medical, public health, and biostatistics; and postgraduates in courses on clinical trials

OCT 2012 578PP 978-1-118-21846-4 CL €TBA 

Problem Solving and Data Analysis using Minitab A Clear and Easy Guide to Six Sigma Methodology

REHMAN M. KHAN Chartered Chemical Engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt, UK

✤✤ Provides readers with a step by step guide to problem solving and statistical analysis using MINITAB 16 (also compatible with 15) ✤✤ Contains hundreds of screenshots to aid the reader, along with explanations of the statistics being performed and interpretation of results

Problem Solving and Data Analysis using Minitab

✤✤ Presents the basic statistical techniques used by Six Sigma Black Belts ✤✤ Contains examples, exercises and solutions throughout, and supported by an accompanying website housing data sets READERSHIP: Numerical professionals who want to learn to use Minitab 16 for data analysis, problem solving and process improvement; undergraduate or postgraduate level for academic courses incorporating Six Sigma Green and Black Belts, from organisations that use Minitab

DEC 2012 390PP 978-1-118-30757-1 CL €65.90 

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Mathematics & Statistics

Log-Linear Modeling

Concepts, Interpretation, and Application

ALEXANDER VON EYE & EUN-YOUNG MUN Michigan State University, USA; Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Begins with basic modelling concepts: goodness-of-fit and popular hierarchical log-linear models ✤✤ Covers categorical data analysis, focusing on log-linear modeling - a distinct, coherent methodology utilising an applications- driven approach. Also illustrates the parallels between log-linear modelling and ANOVA ✤✤ Presents non-hierarchical and nonstandard log-linear models along with related topics including methods for dealing with structural zeros, and the relationship of log-linear models to Rasch ✤✤ Includes special topics and applications, such as sampling schemes, useful methods of chi-square decomposition, local effects models, and symmetry models READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers, and applied statisticians who utilise log-linear modeling and categorical data analysis methods in the fields of education, sociology, psychology, geography, medicine, biology, epidemiology, and pharmacology 

AUG 2012 448PP 978-1-118-14640-8 CL €105.00 

Categorical Data Analysis 3rd Edition

ALAN AGRESTI University of Florida, USA

Categorical Data Analysis

✤✤ Includes updates to reflect recent developments of new methodology, and a new chapter on Bayesian techniques reflecting the growing popularity in frequentist analyses ✤✤ Emphasizes key topics of clustered data, robust variables, ordinal data, and interpretation, among others, and includes software discussions which have been expanded from SAS to include R subroutines ✤✤ Presents more than 125 analyses of real data sets to illustrate application of the methods, and includes over 100 new exercises, of a total of 700, which differentiate between application and theory/methods READERSHIP: Statisticians, biostatisticians, scientists, and postgraduates practising statistics; undergraduates and postgraduates undertaking analysis of multivariate and categorical data SERIES: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

OCT 2012 768PP 978-0-470-46363-5 CL €109.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-36093-3 

Computational Statistics 2nd Edition

GEOF H. GIVENS & JENNIFER A. HOETING Colorado State University, USA; Colorado State University, USA

Computational Statistics

✤✤ Provides key methods which are followed by thorough, step-by-step implementation summaries that illustrate the procedures for application ✤✤ Includes a new final chapter Alternative Viewpoints, which goes into more details on topics from earlier chapters, while also introducing new material ✤✤ Incorporates revisions to the chapters on Monte Carlo sampling and MCMC to include coverage of adaptive MCMC algorithms; convergence acceleration; and iterated and sequential importance sampling READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in computational statistics, practising statisticians, and academic libraries SERIES: Wiley Series in Computational Statistics

NOV 2012 512PP 978-0-470-53331-4 CL €99.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-46124-1 

Visual Data Mining The VisMiner Approach

RUSSELL ANDERSON West Texas A&M University, USA

Visual Data Mining

✤✤ Presents an overview of the methodology for conducting data mining analysis ✤✤ Introduces data visualization approaches to data mining using VisMiner ✤✤ Includes datasets and examples for hands-on practice for users and provides a data mining step checklist supported by VisMiner tools ✤✤ Includes a free student license for VisMiner READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers involved in graphical modelling, applied statistics or business intelligence; Business intelligence analysts and statisticians, compliance and financial experts in both commercial and government organizations across all industry sectors

NOV 2012 208PP 978-1-119-96754-5 CL €57.90 

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Reliability, Modeling and Inference

JOHN I. MCCOOL Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Features examples stemming from the field of engineering, with discussed concepts applicable to various areas of study including business, biostatistics, and operations research ✤✤ Presents all analyses using R as well as the author’s own software, which is available at an accompanying website ✤✤ Introduces the analysis of one-way classification experiments with Weibull response, multiple comparison tests for the equality of Weibull shape and scale parameters, and exact inference based on the results of sudden death tests ✤✤ Includes a brief discussion on alternative models, shedding light on the importance and benefits of the Weibull distribution in the context of other techniques READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in applied statistics and reliability engineering; statisticians, engineers, business analysts, operation research professionals, and risk analysts who gather and interpret data that follows the Weibull distribution SERIES: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

SEPT 2012 368PP 978-1-118-21798-6 CL €TBA 

Engineering New Data Highways for Knowledge Discovery MALCOLM ATKINSON University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Includes examples and case studies that suggest strategies for addressing a wide variety of data-intensive challenges ✤✤ Helps to develop technical skills to design and develop data-intensive methods and processes ✤✤ Incorporates an introduction to the current R&D efforts worldwide and presents the most up-to-date opportunities and challenges emerging in knowledge discovery

Engineering New Data Highways for Knowledge Discovery

✤✤ Provides examples of case studies and applications in other fields

Mathematics & Statistics

Using the Weibull Distribution

READERSHIP: Researchers who support strategists and decision makers or who develop the tools and services that enable new methods; practitioners who design, present, or study data-intensive computing SERIES: Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing

OCT 2012 440PP 978-1-118-39864-7 CL €TBA 

Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches for Network Analysis MATTHIAS DEHMER & SUBHASH C. BASAK Center for Integrative Bioinformatics, Austria; University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Provides a general framework for structurally analysing graphs by bringing together known and novel approaches on graph classes and graph measures for graph classification ✤✤ Applies the proposed methods to different real data sets to demonstrate their ability ✤✤ Explores novel graph classes and their relationships among each other, and presents current and classical methods to classify and analyse networks ✤✤ Emphasises computational aspects such as machining learning, data mining, and information theory techniques in contrast to classical mathematical approaches READERSHIP: Postgraduates of applied discrete mathematics, bioinformatics, pattern recognition, and computer science; researchers and practitioners of machine learning, data mining, biostatistics, computational, and systems biology SERIES: Wiley Series in Computational Statistics

AUG 2012 344PP 978-0-470-19515-4 CL €99.90 

Case Studies in Bayesian Statistical Modelling and Analysis C. ALSTON Queensland University of Technology and Science, Australia

✤✤ Provides a foundation for the informed Bayesian beginner to engage with Bayesian modelling and analysis using real world models ✤✤ Explores Bayesian mixed effects models, Bayesian analysis of the Normal Linear regression model and Bayesian Meta-Analysis, featuring case studies throughout ✤✤ Explores a variety of applications with an overview of their methodology

Case Studies in Bayesian Statistical Modelling and Analysis

✤✤ Discusses how to do Bayesian analysis, using real-world problems READERSHIP: Statisticians, researchers and practitioners who have some expertise in statistical modelling and analysis, and some understanding of the basics of Bayesian statistics, but little experience in it’s application; Graduate students of statistics and biostatistics SERIES: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

NOV 2012 504PP 978-1-119-94182-8 CL €83.90 

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Mathematics & Statistics / Engineering

Public Key Cryptography Applications and Attacks

L. BATTEN Deakin University, Australia

Public Key Cryptography

✤✤ Explains fundamentals of public key cryptography ✤✤ Provides many examples and exercises ✤✤ Serves as a useful study tool for those taking the Certified Information Systems Security Professional exam READERSHIP: University students at senior and Master’s levels, both in IT and in mathematics. SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Information and Communication Networks Security

DEC 2012 253PP 978-1-118-31712-9 CL €TBA 

Statistics PATTI FRAZER LOCK & ROBIN H. LOCK ✤✤ Incorporates the use of available technologies, and modern methods of data analysis

Statistics

✤✤ Focuses on providing a conceptual understanding of the main themes of statistical inference ✤✤ Offers cutting edge ideas like randomisation, and bootstrapping to introduce the fundamental ideas of statistical inference to enhance understanding, make statistics come alive, and deliver improved retention ✤✤ Emphasises current, real data and real-life applications along with a seamless integration between text and simulations, animated graphs, and technology-specific data tables READERSHIP: Lecturers and students studying maths and statistics

OCT 2012 768PP 978-0-470-60187-7 CL €0.90 

The Engineering of Human Joint Replacements The Engineering of Human Joint Replacements

JOSEPH McGEOUGH Edinburgh University, UK

✤✤ Offers an introduction to the manufacturing materials and clinical procedures required for production and fitting of prostheses ✤✤ Bridges the gap between engineering and prosthetic surgery ✤✤ Includes an anatomy of the human skeleton: bone, tissue ligament, muscle and cartilage; in order to provide the engineering student with the medical context required READERSHIP: Postgraduates and practising engineers in biomechanics; research doctors, house officers, and registrars working in orthopaedic surgery

DEC 2012 288PP 978-0-470-74027-9 CL €97.90 

Introduction to Neural Engineering for Motor Rehabilitation Introduction to Neural Engineering for Motor Rehabilitation

METIN AKAY, DARIO FARINA & WINNIE JENSEN Arizona State University, USA; Aalborg University, Denmark

✤✤ Provides detailed coverage of this broad range of topics within motor rehabilitation technology, with a focus on cutting-edge technology and knowledge within the field ✤✤ Covers topics from brain-computer interfaces to spinal and cortical plasticity ✤✤ Focuses on motor rehabilitation with coverage on the state-of-the-art methods in each subarea within this field ✤✤ Features a general introduction for each topic, followed by chapters including the most recent advances in each field READERSHIP: Postgraduates and senior researchers in the field of biomedical engineering; and Ph.D. students in biomedical or neural engineering SERIES: IEEE Press Series on Biomedical Engineering

OCT 2012 384PP 978-0-470-91673-5 CL €119.00 

112


Engineering

Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction Methods and Applications

YURI BAZILEVS, KENJI TAKIZAWA & TAYFUN E. TEZDUYAR All of Rice University, USA

✤✤ Addresses state-of-the-art in CFSI, an area that is rapidly expanding and receiving considerable attention from both academia and industry ✤✤ Combines classical material with the state-of-the-art research results ✤✤ Features the writings of leading global experts in the field of CFSI ✤✤ Includes colour plates with diagrams and photographs illustrating the complexity of the underlying geometrical and physical features of the phenomena that the proposed methods are able to predict READERSHIP: Researchers, academics, and postgraduates specialising in computational methods, and professionals working in engineering firms and specialising in computational mechanics SERIES: Wiley Series in Computational Mechanics

DEC 2012 256PP 978-0-470-97877-1 CL €105.00 

Finite Elements

Computational Engineering Sciences

A. BAKER ✤✤ Avoids abstract mathematical concepts and emphasises the integration of theory with computational approaches ✤✤ Provides illustrative examples of heat conduction; structural mechanics; mechanical vibrations; heat transfer with convection and radiation; fluid mechanics and heat; and mass transport

Finite Elements

✤✤ Takes a cross-discipline continuum mechanics viewpoint ✤✤ Includes MATLAB toolbox and data files on a companion website, immediately enabling hands-on computing in all covered disciplines

READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professional engineers using FE analysis, and FE software developers; undergraduates and professional engineers in commercial practice across the computational engineering sciences spectrum

AUG 2012 240PP 978-1-119-94050-0 CL €97.90 

Introduction to Thermo-Fluids Systems Design André GARCIA MCDONALD ✤✤ Demonstrates how industrial equipment and systems are designed, covering the underlying theory and practical application of thermo-fluid system design ✤✤ Includes practical examples throughout to give readers an exhaustive illustration of the fundamental aspects of the design process ✤✤ Highlights rules-of-thumb in the text as ‘Practical Notes’ to underline their importance in current practice and provide additional information READERSHIP: Mechanical, chemical, and design engineers; senior and postgraduates in mechanical and chemical engineering. Professionals engaged in vocational training; power generation and chemical plants; and engineering researchers

OCT 2012 440PP 978-1-118-31363-3 CL €105.00 

The Elements of Continuum Biomechanics MARCELO EPSTEIN University of Calgary, Canada

✤✤ Explains continuum mechanics using examples from biomechanics for a uniquely accessible introduction to the topic ✤✤ Illustrates topics using case studies and examples from situations met in biomechanics, such as blood flow and bones ✤✤ Moves from foundation topics such as kinematics and balance laws, to more advanced areas such as the finite element method and a consideration of three special dimensions READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in biomechanics; researchers in treatment of bone problems, blood flow, and design of diagnosis instruments. Civil and mechanical engineering students

JUL 2012 392PP 978-1-119-99923-2 CL €97.90 

113


Engineering

Fractional Order Motion Controls YANGQUAN CHEN ✤✤ Presents material suitable for a variety of real-world applications, including hard disk drives, vehicular controls, robot control and micropositioners in DNA microarray analysis ✤✤ Includes extensive experimental results from both lab bench level tests and industrial level, massproduction-ready implementations ✤✤ Covers detailed derivations and numerical simulations for each case ✤✤ Discusses feasible design specifications, ideal for practising engineers READERSHIP: Researchers and professors in control systems and fractional calculus; control engineering practitioners; and control and automation engineers. Engineers, scientists, and postgraduates

OCT 2012 424PP 978-1-119-94455-3 CL €115.00 

Introduction to Finite Strain Theory for Continuum Elasto-Plasticity KOICHI HASHIGUCHI & YUKI YAMAKAWA Daiichi Universit; Tohoku University, Japan

✤✤ Presents introductory explanations that can be readily understood by readers with only a basic knowledge of elastoplasticity ✤✤ Addresses the advanced mathematical and physical properties of continuum mechanics, explain a finite elastoplastic constitutive model; and discusses numerical issues on stress computation ✤✤ Implements the numerical algorithms for stress computation into large-deformation finite element analysis ✤✤ Includes computer programs for the stress computation of finite elastoplastic models explained in an appendix, with the code downloadable from an accompanying website READERSHIP: Research engineers and scientists working with computational solid mechanics. Postgraduates of civil, mechanical, aerospace, materials engineering, and applied mathematics SERIES: Wiley Series in Computational Mechanics

SEPT 2012 440PP 978-1-119-95185-8 CL €115.00 

Performance-Based Gear Metrology Kinematic – Transmission – Error Computation and Diagnosis

WILLIAM D. MARK The Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Provides an innovative application of vibration-based gear diagnostic method, giving mathematical models, instrumentation for measuring the errors, and methods of analysis ✤✤ Gives methods for quantitatively determining the relationship between geometric deviations of gear tooth profiles from the ideal, and the resulting vibration and noise, to devise means of optimising the profiles to reduce noise ✤✤ Provides tested algorithms for computing all of the described methods along with several examples illustrating such computations READERSHIP: Postgraduates; gear designers, researchers and analysers within gear manufacturing and engineering, automotive/ aerospace noise vibration harshness, and gas turbine. Researchers in diagnostic methods and defense

NOV 2012 280PP 978-1-119-96169-7 CL €97.90 

XFEM Fracture Analysis of Composites SOHEIL MOHAMMADI University of Tehran, Iran

✤✤ Represents the first reference text for the extended finite element method (XFEM) for fracture analysis of structures and materials ✤✤ Includes theory and applications with worked numerical problems and solutions, and MATLAB examples on an accompanying website with further XFEM resources ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of this new area of research including a review of fracture mechanics; basic to advanced XFEM theory as well as current problems and applications ✤✤ Features a chapter on the future developments in the field, new research areas and possible future applications of the method READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers, and experts working on problems involving cracking, fracture and computational mechanics, meshless methods; engineers in aerospace industry, civil engineering, solid mechanics, and mechanics of materials

OCT 2012 368PP 978-1-119-97406-2 CL €122.00 

114


KEITH ANTONY RIGBY BAE Systems Military Air Solutions

✤✤ Collates a wide range of topics on weapons integration that is not currently covered by published literature, providing essential reading for aircraft systems engineers ✤✤ Covers all of the fundamental issues including the use of GPS to extend the effectiveness of older airframes, e.g. B-52, interoperability within NATO countries ✤✤ Addresses the challenge of the design of autonomous platforms carrying weapons as part of unmanned aircraft systems

Systems Integration of Air-launched Weapons

✤✤ Builds knowledge and experience quicker than would be gained on a real integration programme as well as serving as a useful reference for experienced engineers in the field READERSHIP: Weapons engineers, researchers, and postgraduates in weapons engineering, project managers, concepts designers, and systems engineers

Engineering

Systems Integration of Air-launched Weapons

SERIES: Aerospace Series

DEC 2012 250PP 978-0-470-97118-5 CL €112.00 

Understanding Aerodynamics Arguing from the Real Physics

J. DOUGLAS MCLEAN ✤✤ Provides a refreshing view of aerodynamics that is based on the author’s decades of industrial experience with a tie to basic fundamentals ✤✤ Offers intuitive physical interpretations and explanations, debunking commonly-held misconceptions and misinterpretations

Understanding Aerodynamics

✤✤ Covers familiar topics such as what the Biot-Savart law means and why it causes confusion, what “Reynolds number” and “incompressible flow” mean, and an explanation of how an airfoil produces lift ✤✤ Addresses “real” aerodynamic situations as opposed to the oversimplified ones frequently used for mathematical convenience, and omits mathematical details whenever the physical understanding can be conveyed without them READERSHIP: Aerodynamics engineers, designers. postgraduates, and undergraduates of aircraft design, aerodynamics, and fluid and structural dynamics courses SERIES: Aerospace Series

NOV 2012 592PP 978-1-119-96751-4 CL €83.90 

Gears and Gear Drives DAMIR T. JELASKA ✤✤ Covers geometry, kinematics, load capacity, wear, efficiency, tolerance, measurement, and testing in detail ✤✤ Includes hundreds of 3D figures for all types of gears and gear drives, including planetary and worm gears  ✤✤ Covers DIN and ISO standards for gears and gear trains READERSHIP: Postgraduates of mechanical engineering and professionals in gears/gear drive industry. Students of automotive, marine, aviation and space engineering, and technology; and maintenance professionals

SEPT 2012 520PP 978-1-119-94130-9 CL €115.00 

Statistical Quality Control 7th Edition

DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive treatment of the major aspects of using statistical methodology for quality control and improvement ✤✤ Presents both traditional and modern methods, including state-of-the-art techniques for statistical process monitoring and control and statistically designed experiments for process characterization, optimization, and process robustness studies ✤✤ Includes new examples, exercises, problems, and techniques READERSHIP: Students in engineering, statistics, business, and management science courses

AUG 2012 752PP 978-1-118-32257-4 PR  €1.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-23397-9

115


Engineering / Construction

Engineering Mechanics Statics 7th Edition

J. L. MERIAM University of California, USA

✤✤ Provides a sound conceptual foundation for solving mechanics problems ✤✤ Offers easy-to-use tools and resources to drive positive outcomes/success, and most notably, retains the hallmark of the Meriam texts by teaching realistic engineering problem solving without sacrificing rigour ✤✤ Includes easy-to-use assessment tools to create effective learning pathways through the text, immediate feedback and remediation, along with problem solving practice to help develop confidence, and take control ✤✤ Integrates text seamlessly with additional examples and practice exercises that are crafted to bridge the gap between a conceptual grasp from lectures and the textbook to the solution of homework, and exam problems READERSHIP: Mechanical engineering students and lecturers

APRIL 2012  544PP 978-1-118-16499-0 PR €61.90 

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-78702-0

Engineering Mechanics Dynamics

J. L. MERIAM University of California, USA

Engineering Mechanics

✤✤ Has provided a solid foundation of mechanics principles for more than 60 years ✤✤ Helps students develop their problem-solving skills with an extensive variety of engaging problems related to engineering design ✤✤ There are more than 50% new homework problems than the previous edition and new sample problems ✤✤ Helps students build necessary visualization and problem-solving skills as the text strongly emphasizes drawing free-body diagrams – the most important skill needed to solve mechanics problems READERSHIP: Mechanical engineering students and lecturers

NOV 2012 752PP 978-1-118-08345-1 PR €61.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-78703-7

DeGarmo’s Materials and Processes in Manufacturing 11th Edition

J. T. BLACK & RONALD A. KOHSER Auburn University, USA and University Missouri, USA

✤✤ Provides an exceedingly clear presentation and highly practical approach to materials and processes ✤✤ Presents a completely revised and updated edition that reflects all current practices, standards, and materials; it covers manufacturing processes, manufacturing systems, and materials for manufacturing ✤✤ Emphasizes application and design by providing real-world examples to motivate students, and uses interesting applications to highlight the relevance of course material ✤✤ Features numerous illustrations, photographs, and diagrams presented throughout clarifies complex concepts and processes, and provides students with visual information to support learning READERSHIP: Mechanical engineering students and lecturers particularly in materials, and manufacturing modules

MARCH 2012 1048PP 978-0-470-87375-5 PR  €69.90 

Ecosystem Services Come To Town Greening Cities by Working with Nature

GARY GRANT Director of the Green Roof Consultancy Ltd., UK

✤✤ Demonstrates how to make urban environments greener and provides adequate technical information valuable to practitioners and yet still readable and inspirational ✤✤ Includes over 70 colour photos and drawings providing clear illustration ✤✤ Offers solutions to the challenges of sustainable urban development ✤✤ Highlights the crucial link between natural ecosystems and sustainable urban development READERSHIP: Practising architects and landscape architects, town planners, and urban designers

AUG 2012 176PP 978-1-405-19506-5 PR €65.90 

116


GARY CORNIA, W. J. MCCLUSKEY & LAWRENCE C. WALTERS Brigham Young University, USA; University of Ulster, Ireland; George Mason University, USA

✤✤ Examines criteria applied to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of property tax ✤✤ Discusses the main valuation methods and the economic principles underpinning them ✤✤ Reviews the legal and administrative aspects of property tax READERSHIP: Surveyors and senior property analysts; tax advisors and policy-makers; valuers; researchers and post-graduate students in Real Estate

DEC 2012 304PP 978-1-405-12649-6 PR €97.90 

Construction

A Primer on Property Tax: Administration and Policy

Loft Conversions 2nd Edition

JOHN COUTTS ✤✤ Provides an adequate technical guide to loft conversions for the construction industry ✤✤ Covers all technical, design and regulatory aspects ✤✤ Includes up-to-date coverage of relevant legislation, building regulations, and energy conservation regulations ✤✤ Incorporates many clear technical drawings and photographs READERSHIP: Architects, building surveyors, small/medium-sized builders, and self-build market

SEPT 2012 280PP 978-1-118-40004-3 PR €51.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-65589-4 

Conflict in Construction JEFF WHITFIELD Hill International (UK) Ltd

✤✤ Focuses on the conflicts that lead to disputes in construction projects ✤✤ Shows how to avoid, manage, and resolve conflicts before they become serious disputes ✤✤ Forms the basis of the Hill/ Knowles seminar series on construction conflicts which are delivered by the author and others around the globe READERSHIP: Industry practitioners, and postgraduates on built environment courses, particularly those involving construction law or dispute resolution

SEPT 2012 152PP 978-1-118-29870-1 PR €44.90 

Social Network Analysis in Construction STEPHEN PRYKE University College London, UK

✤✤ Applies social science to construction management ✤✤ Well positioned in current improvement agenda such as lean construction, partnering, supply chain management, etc ✤✤ Makes accessible an important new analytical method READERSHIP: Postgraduates and academic researchers of project management and construction management; and practitioners from leading edge professional consultancies and project management companies

JUN 2012 288PP 978-1-118-34391-3 PR  €57.90 

117


Construction

Urban Infrastructure Finance and Management

K. WELLMAN & DR. MARCUS SPILLER University of Canberra, Australia; SGS Economics & Planning Pty Ltd, Australia

✤✤ Adopts interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral approach to urban infrastructure financing and management ✤✤ Analyses governance relationships in public – private partnerships, and government owned enterprises ✤✤ Includes case studies of Australian practice READERSHIP: Undergraduates and Master’s students in urban planning and management, civil engineering, construction and management; and government officials and professionals working in the development and management of infrastructure of cities

SEPT 2012 336PP 978-0-470-67218-1 CL €93.90 

Construction Management DENNY McGEORGE & PATRICK ZOU University of New South Wales, Australia; University of Canberra, Australia

✤✤ Surveys new management trends which are of key importance to the construction industry ✤✤ Addresses new key topics of post GFC- globalisation, the emergence of Indo-Pacific influence, total safety management and opportunity management, as well as significant updates to the original material   ✤✤ Serves as a good reference on topics not well covered by existing construction management texts READERSHIP: Postgraduates and undergraduates in construction and related disciplines, built environment researchers

NOV 2012 320PP 978-0-470-67401-7 PR €51.90 

Cornes and Lupton’s Design Liability in the Construction Industry SARAH LUPTON Cardiff University, UK

✤✤ Discusses negligence, an issue which worries most construction professionals and their insurers who charge high premiums for cover ✤✤ Covers a new range of design liability issues which the construction professional has to face ✤✤ Features revisions and updates by a well-established author with expertise in both architecture and law ✤✤ Discusses complex legal issues in an accessible manner - with previous editions praised for being “... readable and written in such a way that complex legal issues become understandable” READERSHIP: Practising architects, engineers, contractors, and lawyers; Master’s students of engineering, surveying, and construction law

OCT 2012 352PP 978-1-444-33006-9 CL €89.90  REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-03261-7

Practical Guide to Diagnosing Structural Movement in Buildings MALCOLM HOLLAND Countrywide Surveyors, UK

✤✤ Serves as a concise and compact guide ✤✤ Features a rigorous and structured approach to the interpretation of the evidence of structural movement ✤✤ Aims to help the surveyor confidently diagnose the cause and impact of any structural movement READERSHIP: General practice surveyors, and undergraduates of building surveying

JUN 2012 240PP 978-0-470-65910-6 PR €38.90 

118


A Machine Learning Perspective

CHARLES R. FARRAR & KEITH WORDEN Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; University of Sheffield, UK

✤✤ Features structural health monitoring including a chapter on damage prognosis ✤✤ Serves as the first comprehensive book on the subject ✤✤ Adopts a unique approach using a statistical pattern recognition paradigm allowing the development of SHM solutions ✤✤ Includes extensive use of the authors’ detailed surveys of the technical literature and the experience they have gained from teaching numerous short courses on this subject READERSHIP: Practising engineers in aerospace, civil, and mechanical engineering; university researchers; lecturers; postgraduates; and technical procurement managers involved in high-capital expenditure hardware such as military aircraft

NOV 2012 680PP 978-1-119-99433-6 CL €129.00 

Construction

Structural Health Monitoring

Managing Construction Equipment LEONHARD E. BERNOLD University of New South Wales, Australia

✤✤ This book is current and contains current and cutting edge technologies ✤✤ Includes thought provoking statements, supported by facts and photographs for clarity ✤✤ Provides helpful references by leading authors in both construction, and general industry READERSHIP: Construction engineers, lecturers and students of engineering

SEPT 2012 608PP 978-0-470-16986-5 CL €61.90 

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Index

30 Great Myths About Shakespeare 10

Atmospheric Pressure Plasma for Surface Modification

89

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion

53

3D Visual Communications

96

ATWOOD, DAVID A.

83

BODOR, NICHOLAS

78

AARONSON, PHILIP I.

42

AUE, MAXIMILIAN E.

4

Body Area Communications

ABBOTT, MARTIN LEE

108

AUNE, DAVID E.

9

Body in Society, The

21

ABC of Ear, Nose and Throat

43

AYERS, MARK L.

103

BOJOWALD, MARTIN

89

ABC of Emergency Radiology

43

BACCI, MASSIMO LIVI

31

BOLDT, BENJAMIN R.

40

ABC of Resuscitation

43

BACIU, GEORGE

BOOTON, PAUL

42

ABELSON-MITCHELL, NADINE

50

BACK, LES

BORNSCHEUER, UWE THEO

69

ABER, JAMES S.

60

BADIOU, ALAIN

ABER, SUSAN

60

BAGCHI, DEBASIS

64

BOWATER, LAURA

67

ABRAHA, IOSIEF

49

BAGCHI, MANASHI

64

BRADLEY, HARRIET

22

Accounting 26

BAGDAN, PAUL J.

28

BRADLEY, PATRICK

43

ACQUAAH, GEORGE

62

BAI, CHEN-GUANG

85

BRAY, JAMES H.

Advances in Equine Laparoscopy

55

BAILEY, ADAM

42

AGATHA, SABINE

57

BAINES, PRISCILLA

Aging and Older Adulthood

36

BAKER, A.

AGRAWAL, DIPTI

70

BAKER, ANNE E.

AGRESTI, ALAN

110

BALAKRISHNAN, N.

108

Agricultural Entomology

58

BALAKRISHNAN, N.

108

AITKEN, SALLY N.

56

BALDWIN, DAVID

AKAY, METIN

112

BALL, MARTIN J.

ALAYON-GLAZUNOV, ANDRES

102

BANICA, FLORINEL-GABRIEL

76

39

Banking Across Boundaries

31

BARBERA, JESSICA RAE

12

BARCELOUX, DONALD G.

83

BARNES, ETHNE

68

ALBERTAZZI, LILIANA Alcohol-Related Violence – Prevention and Treatment

37

ALEXANDROV, ANDREI V.

44

ALLEN, B.

102

ALLENDORF, FRED W.

56

ALLISON, ROBIN

53

Allylboration of Carbonyl Compounds

82

ALMAGRO, LLUIS MARCO

106

ALSTON, C.

111

American Gothic

10

Amino Acid Metabolism

67

Analogue-based Drug Discovery III Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems

78 94

Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses

55

Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging

48

ANDERSON, JAMES R.

40

ANDERSON, KENNETH N.

109

ANDERSON, RUSSELL

110

ANDERSSON, OIVIND

72

ANDRÉ, CHRISTOPHE

36

ANGUEIRA, PABLO AntiBase 2012 – The Natural Compound Identifier

100 83

Applied Mathematics and Modeling for Chemical Engineers

72

Applied Population and Community Ecology

58

Aquaculture Engineering

61

ARC Flash Hazard Analysis and Mitigation 97 Archaeology Is Anthropology

30

ARIGA, KATSUHIKO

86

ARNOLD, DANA

35

BASSHAM, GREGORY BATTEN, L.

23 3

35 113 13

65 15, 16

111 3 112

BAUDENDISTEL, THOMAS E.

44

BAUMAN, ZYGMUNT

20

BAXTER, J. E.

29

BAZAN, GUILLERMO C.

87

BAZILEVS, YURI

113

BEECHIE, TIM

57

BENDER, DAVID A.

67

BENNETT, M. R.

6

BERG, STEFFEN

83

BERGGRUEN, NICHOLAS

23

BERNOLD, LEONHARD E.

119

96

CHAPELLE, CAROL A.

14

Characterisation of Polymer Blends

88

Characterization of Materials

86

Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials

85

Chartered Accountants Auditing & Assurance Handbook 2012

26

CHARTIER, ROGER

32

CHEMERS, MARTIN M.

40

Chemical Sensors and Biosensors

76

39

BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, The

Chemistry and Biology of Artificial Nucleic Acids

80

65

BRENNAN, CHARLES

63

Chemistry of Food Additives and Preservatives, The

65

BREW, CHRIS

15

Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, The

81

BREZET, IR. HAN

95

CHEN, EVA CHIAN-HUI

40

BOSQ, DENIS

100

106

BRIDGEN, ANNE

71

BRIDGER, MARK

104

BRIERLEY, GARY J.

60

BROOKS, KENNETH N.

60

BROWN, ROBERT

68

BRUNS, AXEL

17

BRUNTON, NIGEL

63

BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pet and Wildlife Nursing

56

BUCHHOLZ, KLAUS

69

BUCHWALD, PETER

78

BUGG, TIMOTHY

85

BURGESS, JEAN

17

BURGESS, JOHN

5

BURKHOLDER, MARK A.

33

BUTTINI, FRANCESCA

71

CALLAGHAN, DYMPNA

10

CALVERT, PAUL

85

CAMERON, ANGUS

51

CAMPBELL, HUGH

23

CAMPBELL, MARGARET L.

50

CAMPBELL, ROBIN N.

40

CAMPBELL, TERRY W.

53

BEZRYADIN, ALEXEY

90

Cardenio between Cervantes and Shakespeare 32

BHANDARI, BHESH

64

Cardiac Mapping

BHATT, DEEPAK L.

45

Cardiac Pacing, Defibrillation and Resynchronization 45

Big Typescript

4

BINKLEY, DAN

58

Bio-Nanotechnology: A Revolution in Food, Biomedical and Health Sciences 64 Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes 80 Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes – Agrochemicals Bioactive Heterocyclic Compound Classes – Pharmaceuticals

80 80

Biocatalysts and Enzyme Technology 69

45

CHEN, YANGQUAN

96, 114

CHENG, I-CHUN CHERNICK, MICHAEL R.

95 109

CHESSON, M. S.

29

Children in Action

29

CHILINGAR, GEORGE V.

75

CHOULIARAKI, LILIE

18

CHRISS, JAMES J.

22

Christian History

7

CHRISTIE, FRANCES

40

CHRISTMANN, MATHIAS

79

CHRISTOPHERS, BRETT

31

CHUN, JEROLD

84

CHUN, SUNGDUCK

102

CINTAS, PERE GRIMA

106

City, The CIXOUS, HÉLÈNE

21 5

CLARK, ALEXANDER

16

Climate Change Adaptation

59

Clinical and Educational Child Psychology 37 Clinical Care Conundrums Clinical Nutrition Clinical Trials Dictionary

44 52 109

Clinical Trials Dictionary: Terminology and Usage Recommendations 109 CMOS Voltage Reference

92

Coal Geology

60

COATS, D. WAYNE

57

Cardiovascular Clinical Trials

45

Cardiovascular System at a Glance, The

42

Cochrane Handbook, A

49

Career Planning for Research Bioscientists 66

COCKERHAM, WILLIAM C.

22

COGLIANO, FRANCIS D.

34

CARNIE, ANDREW

14

CARPENTER, JOHN

85

Cognitive Radio Communication and Networking

CARR, ALAN

36

CARR, DEBRA

66

CARRUTHERS, JO CARTER, JOHN

9 71

101

COHN, CAROL

25

COHN, VICTOR

19

COLE, LEONARD A.

71

COLOMBO, PAOLO

71

Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation

57

Biology and Ecology of Tintinnid Ciliates, The

Case Histories in Vibration and Fatigue for the Practicing Engineer 72

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood’s Questionnaire 35

57

Case Studies in Bayesian Statistical Modelling and Analysis 111

Color 99 Combinatorics 105

Case Studies in Palliative and End-of-Life Care

50

Common Errors in Statistics (and How to Avoid Them)

CASE, KIM A.

23 84

Artificial Materials

85

ASIRVATHAM, SAMUEL J.

45

Bioremediation of Refined Petroleum Fractions 74

ASPREA, LORI

55

ASSANTO, GAETANO

88

ASWORTH, STEPHEN

67

Asymmetric Synthesis

79

ATKINSON, MALCOLM

111

52

75

CHAO, HAIYANG

29

Arrow-Pushing in Inorganic Chemistry 83

Atlas of Ear Diseases of the Dog and Cat

64

CHANG, AI-FU

Beyond Belief

Biomedical Materials and Diagnostic Devices 103

Atlas of Developmental Field Anomalies of the Human Skeleton 68

120

BASAK, SUBHASH C.

101

CHANDAN, RAMESH C.

BIRCHWOOD, MATTHEW

11

CATALGOL, BETUL

BIRKETT, JOHN

65

Categorical Data Analysis

110

Bistatic SAR Data Processing Algorithms 96

CENTER FOR CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (CCPS)

73

Black Sabbath and Philosophy

Cerebral Palsy

44

CHAIN, B.M.

42

CHAMPNESS, WENDY

70

BLACK, J. T. BLACKFORD, SARAH Blackwell Companion to the New Testament, The

3 116 66 9

CHAN, EDDIE C. L. CHAN, OTTO

101 43

105

Companion to African American Literature, A

13

Companion to British Art, A

35

Companion to James Madison and James Monroe, A

34

Companion to New Media Dynamics, A

17

Companion to Rationalism, A Companion to the Early Middle Ages, A

6 34


33

Companion to the Global Renaissance, A

12

Companion to the Medieval World, A

33

Companion to the Philosophy of Action, A

DE LA ROCHE, GUILLAUME

102

DE MENIL, GEORGES

27

DE WIT, HARRIET

38

DEAN, SARAH G.

52 116

14

111

DEHMER, MATTHIAS

7

Dentist’s Drug and Prescription Guide, The

51

Companion to Thomas Hardy, A

13

Dermatologic Surgery

46

Companion to Thomas Jefferson, A 34

Derrida 3

Companion to World War II, A

Design and Strategy in Organic Synthesis 81

Comparative Pathophysiology and Toxicology of Cyclooxygenases

78

Comprehensive Rheumatology Board Review

Design of Integrated Circuits for Optical Communications

47

DEWS, PETER

92

15

DICKSON, EVA F.

77

Dictatorship 25

Conjugated Polyelectrolytes

87

CONLEE, CHRISTINA A.

30

CONNELL, NANCY D.

71

CONSALVO, MIA

17

Conservation and the Genetics of Populations 56 Conservation of Wildlife Populations Construction Management

56 118

Contemporary Issues in Accounting

26

Contemporary Latin America

32

Contested Knowledge

20

Encyclopedia of the Gothic, The

11

Endocrine Disrupter Risk Assessment 78 Energy Resource Development

74

Engineering Complex Phenotypes in Industrial Strains

73

Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory, A

12

Environmental Modelling EPSTEIN, MARCELO

33

59 113 46 98

Dietary Treatment of Epilepsy

52

ESS, CHARLES

17

Digital Image Processing

99

Esther Through the Centuries

DINES, MARTIN

11

DING, KUILING

82

Esthetic Soft Tissue Management of Teeth and Implants

51

DINGES, JURGEN

80

Estuarine Ecology

57

72

DOIG, ALLYSON

46

Fractional Order Motion Controls

36 114

FRAISE, ADAM

47

FREDRICKS, DAVID N.

70

FREEDMAN, ARTHUR M.

39

FREIRE, TERESA

39

112

ESD Basics

DO, DUONG D.

16

FOX, JOHN R. E.

Engineering of Human Joint Replacements, The

ESCOBAR, MIGUEL A.

58

20

FOX, CHRIS

Frequency-Domain Analysis and Design of Distributed Control Systems 93

95

Do Species Exist?

30

FOURNIER, MARCEL

111

11

Dispersion Decay and Scattering Theory 104

65

Foundations of Power in the Prehispanic Andes

116

36

DIEHL, JAN CAREL

66

Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks, The

Engineering Mechanics

ERBER, JOAN T.

Dictionary of Literary Terms and Criticism, A

Forensic Ecology

Frequency Acquisition Techniques for Phase Locked Loops 101

Entropy Theory Applications in Hydrological and Environmental Sciences 61

DICKINSON, MARKUS

70

38

ENGLISH, EDWARD D.

110

117

Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, The

76

Computational Statistics

Conflict in Construction

106

49

100

Concise Manual of Pathogenic Microbiology, A

Encyclopedia of Environmetrics

Diabetes Education Diagnostic Electron Microscopy – A Practical Guide to Tissue Preparation and Interpretation

97

Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, The

Engineering New Data Highways for Knowledge Discovery

7

Computational Number Theory and Modern Cryptography Computer Architecture and Security

20

DeGarmo’s Materials and Processes in Manufacturing

6

Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction 113

Émile Durkheim

Encounters 5

Companion to the Philosophy of Technology, A

33

Emergency Medicine Simulation Workbook 48

9

FRIDMAN, ALEXANDER

91

FRIEDMAN, PAUL A.

45

FRIEDMAN, GARY

91

FROUM, STUART

51

FRYIRS, KIRSTIE A.

60

Functional Polymers by PostPolymerisation Modification

88

Fundamentals of Light Microscopy and Electronic Imaging

69

Fundamentals of the Petrophysics of Oil and Gas Reservoirs

75

FUNG, HEIDI

40

Fungi and Lignocellulosic Biomass

61

Fusion Plasma Physics

91

Future of Jewish Theology, The

8

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Meetings and Events Industry

28

Galois Theory

EVANS, DAVID

23

GANELLIN, C. ROBIN

78

GANGADHARAN, G.R.

96

GARDELS, NATHAN

23

GABBERT, FIONA

37 104

Control of Biological and Drug-Delivery Systems for Chemical Engineers

73

DOLAN, JOHN R.

57

Everything you always wanted to know about Nanophotonics and Metamaterials 90

Cooking to the Image

28

DOLAN, KIRK D.

63

Experiment! 72

Gastrointestinal System at a Glance, The

COOPER, CAROL

42

DON, JAN

13

Extreme Tissue Engineering

Gears and Gear Drives

COPELTON, DENISE A.

21

DORLING, STEVE

59

Extremophiles 68

GEISLER, DR. TOBIAS

CORBETT, DAVID PETERS

35

DOVI, SUZANNE

7

EYDEN, BRIAN

Gender 22

Cornes and Lupton’s Design Liability in the Construction Industry 118

DRUMMOND, MARK Dry Beans Production, Processing and Nutrition

76

42 115 45

110

Gender, Work, and Economy

21

FACEY, OWEN

65

63

General Practice at a Glance

42

Family Therapy

36

Generalizations of Cyclostationary Signal Processing

98 30

46

EYE, ALEXANDER VON

68

CORNIA, GARY

117

CORR, SANDRA

55

DUBOIS, DANIEL M.

33

COSTIN, CATHY L.

30

FAN, XUETONG

64

DUGGAL, MONTY

51

16

112

Geographic Thought

COUPLAND, NIKOLAS

FARINA, DARIO

DUMONT, GUY A.

94

117

119

Geomorphic Analysis of River Systems 60

COUTTS, JOHN

FARRAR, CHARLES R.

DUNNING, TRISHA

49

105

37

34

FATICONI, THEODORE G.

Gestalt Therapy Around the World

COWAN, BRIAN

DUVALL, J. BARRY

73

GHOSH, ABHIK

83

COX, DAVID A.

104

Feature and Magazine Writing

EASTON, GRAHAM

42

Feed Efficiency in the Beef Industry 65

GIBBON, FIONA E.

15

36

Feelings and Moods

36

GILL, PETER

25

FELDMAN, DAVID L.

24

GILL, SARVAJEET SINGH

63

FERLAUTO, KIMBERLY

26

GILLESPIE, SUSAN D.

30

FFOLLIOTT, PETER F.

60

GIROUX, SIMON

81

Fibroids 46

GIVENS, GEOF H.

110

Financial Risk Modelling and Portfolio Optimisation with R

GLASPER, ALAN

50

107

Globalization and the Environment 24

Finite Elements

113

Good Representative, The

FISCHER, JANOS

78

GOOD, PHILLIP I.

FISHER, NICHOLAS

12

GOSS, KEN

36

FISHER, RICHARD

58

GOTT, LUCY

56

FISKE, SHANYN

11

GOTTFRIED, HEIDI

21

FLATHER, MARCUS

45

GOYAL, DEEPI G.

48

FLECKENSTEIN, PETER

48

Gramsci 31

Food & Society

21

GRANT, GARY

Craft and Social Inquiry

30

Eating and its Disorders

CRESPI, MARTIN

62

CRESSWELL, TIM

30

Ecology and Management of Forest Soils

58

Crime Fiction Handbook, The

10

Economic Policy 72

27

CROW, CHARLES L.

10

Ecosystem Services Come To Town 116

CROWSON, A. NEIL

47

EDWARDS, JASON

CRUMP, BYRON C.

57

CUDDON, J. A.

11

Efficient Preparation of Fluorine Compounds 82

Cultures of Mediatization

18

CUMMING, WITH SAM

4

CUNNINGHAM, CHRISTOPHER J.L. 107

25

EGLI, MARTIN

80

EKERS, MICHAEL

31

EKROOS, KIM

84

EL-SHAARAWI, ABDEL H.

106

CURRAN, M.

77

CURRY, DR. ALAN

76

CUSI, CRISTINA

49

Electrical, Electronics, and Digital Hardware Essentials for Scientists and Engineers 93

DAI, LI-XIN

82

Electromechanical Motion Devices

DALVIE, DEEPAK

77

DAMICO, JACK S.

16

Elements of Continuum Biomechanics, The

DAS, J.

97

DASGUPTA, AMITAVA

79

DAVIDSON, MICHAEL W.

69

DAY, JOHN W.

57

DE LA HOZ, ANTONIO

81

97 113

ELIA, MARINOS

52

ELLIOT, JOANNA

57

ELLMAN, JONATHAN A.

82

ELMASRY, GEORGE F.

102

EMDEN, HELMUT VAN

58

19

7 105

116

Food Irradiation Research and Technology 64

Greek Drama and the Invention of Rhetoric

35

Food Materials Science and Engineering 64

GREGER, KLAUS

69

Foodservice Management Fundamentals 28

GREGORY, PETER J.

63

GREIVING, STEFAN

59

GROHENS, YVES

88

GRUNE, TILMAN

84

Forensic Analytical Techniques

75

Forensic Biomechanics

66

Index

Companion to the French Revolution, A

121


Index

High-k Gate Dielectrics for CMOS Technology 90

Introduction to Topology and Geometry 105

LAW, KAREN

47

65

Introduction to Wireless Localisation 101

46

Guide to the Wireless Engineering Body of Knowledge (WEBOK), A 101

HILL, RODNEY A.

LEACH, RICHARD M.

HILLEN, THOMAS

104

IOINOVICI, ADRIAN

98

Leadership 26

Guidelines for Managing Process Safety Risks During Organizational Change 73

HILLIS, DAVID R.

73

Ironic Spectator, The

18

GRUPP, MICHAEL

95

GRUVER, WILLIAM A.

94

GUPTILL, AMY E.

21

GURUNG, REGAN A. R.

38

HABIB, M. A. R.

11

HACKER, P. M. S.

6

HACKETT, TIMOTHY B.

53

HALES, STEVEN D.

4

HALL, DENNIS G.

82

HALL, DEREK

24

HALL, GEORGE M.

43

HALUALANI, RONA TAMIKO

19

HAMED, KAVEH AKABRI

94

Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing, The 16 Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication, The Handbook of Engineering Measurements

19 91, 92

8

IRWIN, WILLIAM

3

History of American Literature from 1950 to the Present, A 11

IUZZINI, JONATHAN

23

History of Cognitive Neuroscience

J.GOMES, NATHAN

102

JANICK, JULES

62

JANKOWSKI, JANUSZ

45

JANSEN, ROLAND A.

74

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

27

JARRETT, GENE ANDREW

13

JEANNET, FRÉDÉRIC-YVES

5

6

History of Modern Europe, A

32

Hobbit and Philosophy, The

3

HOETING, JENNIFER A.

110

HOLDEN, ROBERT H.

32

HOLLAND, MALCOLM

118

HONE, JIM

58

Horticultural Reviews, Volume 40

62

How Socialization Happens on the Ground 40 How to Protect Your Invention

72

How to Write a Paper

43

How to Write your Nursing Dissertation 50 HOWSON, ALEXANDRA HU, ZHEN

21 101

LEE, YOUNGDAE LEIBIGER, STUART LEKANG, ODD-IVAR LEONARD, H. SKIPTON LEONARD, I. ED LEPORE, ERNEST LERCH, ALEXANDER

97 102 34 61, 95 39 104 4 100

LESTER, BARRY M.

38

LEWIS, FRANK L.

94

LEWIS, RACHEL

39

JELASKA, DAMIR T.

115

JENSEN, WINNIE

112

JESCHKE, PETER

75

John Milton: Prose

12

John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

12

Light Sheet Based Fluorescence Microscopy 69

JONES, MICHAEL

26

LIN, CHING-FUH

95

JOULE, JOHN A.

79

LIN, SHUMIN

40

LINACRE, ADRIAN

66

JUNG, SUNGHOON

102

LI, HUSHENG

101

LI, PING

67

Life Cycle Assessment

77

JUNG, TOBIAS

84

LINDEMANN, ALBERT S.

32 93

HUGHES, WILLIAM

11

JYOTISHKUMAR, P.

88

LIPIANSKY, E.

Human Microbiota, The

70

KALGUTKAR, AMIT S.

77

Lipidomics 84

Handbook of Equine Parasite Control 54

HWANG, JIANN-YANG

85

KASCHE, VOLKER

69

LIPSON, ALIZA

47

Handbook of Experimental Phenomenology 39

HWANG, RUEY-BING

93

KAUFMANN, ELTON N.

86

Liquid Surveillance

20

KEMP, W. MICHAEL

57

LIU, BIN

87

KENNEDY, J. P.

72

LIU, DERONG

94

Handbook of English for Specific Purposes, The

15

17

Hybrid Control and Motion Planning of Dynamical Legged Locomotion 94

16

Hydrology and the Management of Watersheds

60

Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders, The 16

Hymenoptera and Conservation

56

I Remember Me

40

Handbook of Language Contact, The 16

IBRAHIM, DOGAN

97

Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, The 15

ICAA 26

Handbook of Plant Food Phytochemicals 63

Idea of Evil, The

Handbook of Gastrointestinal Cancer 45 Handbook of Internet Studies, The Handbook of Language and Globalization, The

Handbook of Sports Therapy Services 49 Handbook on Smart Coatings and Films for the 21st Century

87

HANESSIAN, STEPHEN

81

HARDCASTLE, WILLIAM J.

15

Harnessing Green IT

96

7

106

HE, GANG

90

HE, JINLIANG

94

17

International Trade

27

Interprofessional Rehabilitation

52

79

44

HIGGINS, ROBERT

54

100

94, 97

Kripke 5 KUBICEK, CHRISTIAN P.

61

KUEHNI, ROLF G.

99

KUNZ, WERNER

58

KUTZ, MYER

91, 92

LAATSCH, HARTMUT

83

LAI, YU-CHI

96

LAINER-VOS, DAN

22

LAMB, TRACEY

70

LAMBERTH, CLEMENS

80

112

LOCK, ROBIN H.

112

Locke 6 LOEWENSTEIN, DAVID Loft Conversions LOFTUS, ALEX Log-Linear Modeling LOPEZ, SHANE J. Loss Models LOUPY, ANDRE LTE-A Advanced and Next Generation Wireless Networks

12 117 31 110 38 107 81 102

LU, K.

87

LUCAL, BETSY

21

LUCKHARDT, C. GRANT

4

LUDMAN, HAROLD S.

43

LUIKART, GORDON H.

56

LUMBIS, RACHEL

56

LUPTON, SARAH

118

LUTHER, FRIEDY

51

LYON, DAVID

20

Lysophospholipid Receptors

84

MA, ALICE D.

46

27

Land 24

Introduction to Enzyme and Coenzyme Chemistry

LANE, PHILIP

27

MACKILLOP, JAMES

38

85

LANGTON, PHILIP DAVID

67

MAGEE, DAVID J.

49

Language and Computers

15

Magic of Ceramics, The

89

MAGNER, JOSEPH A.

60

MAGRO, CYNTHIA M.

47

MAGUIRE, LAURIE

10

MAILLARD, JEAN-YVES

47

MALOY, STANLEY

69

Introduction to Finite Strain Theory for Continuum Elasto-Plasticity 114

HIBBARD, SCOTT HIGGINS, MICHAEL

109

75

LOCK, PATTI FRAZER

Introduction to Economics

Introduction to Islam in the 21st Century, An

8

69

53

Machine Learning in Image Steganalysis 98

Introduction to Hybrid Vehicle System Modeling & Control

16

92

KOLTER, ROBERTO

KRAUSE, PAUL C.

Introduction to Analysis of Financial Data with R, An 107

Heterogeneous Catalysis at Nanoscale and Energy Applications 76 HICKEY, RAYMOND

KOK, TED C. W.

104

23

Heterocyclic Chemistry at a Glance

86 116

KRAMER, WOLFGANG

International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, The

Hermeneutics 5

KOHSER, RONALD A.

59

KOPYLOVA, ELENA

45

80

KOHL, MICHAEL

103

25

HAYES, DAVID L.

Introduction to Audio Content Analysis, An

KODAMA, KENNETH P.

27

Intelligent Governance for the 21st Century

Introduction to Adaptive Designs with Applications to Clinical Trials Using R, An

KOBAYASHI, HISASHI

81

104

45

HERDEWIJN, PIET

Local Planning for Terror and Disaster 71

KOMECH, ALEXANDER

HAWK, ERNEST

18

LOBPRISE, HEIDI B.

31

73

Intelligence in an Insecure World

61

65

KIPFER, STEFAN

Improving Profitability through Green Manufacturing

67

HEPP, ANDREAS

KILL, RON

63

Having Success with NSF

HENRY, ROBERT J.

LLABRES, XAVIER TORT-MORTORELL 106

Improving Crop Productivity in Sustainable Agriculture

59

70

64

107

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Growth

HENKIN, TINA M.

KILARA, ARUN

KNIPE, A. C.

INNESS, PETER MICHAEL

13

LJUNGQUIST, OLLE

KLUGMAN, STUART A.

17

HENGEVELD, KEES

66

42

44

7

52

KIESER, JULES

Immunology at a Glance

HARTLEY, JOHN

HENDRICKS, VINCENT F.

23

109

88

HARTE, BRIAN

28

75

Live Sociological Methods

KHAN, REHMAN M.

70

71

46

LIU, Y.A.

Immunity to Parasitic Infections

Inhalation Drug Delivery

HENDERSON, ELIZABETH V.

42

35

Industrial Statistics with Minitab

Hemophilia and Hemostasis

99

KESHAV, SATISH

KLOK, HARM-ANTON

31

19

LIU, WEI

KITCHEN, K.A.

42

Health Communication in the 21st Century

8

89

HART, GILLIAN

114

KEPNES, STEVEN

Imaging Gaseous Detectors and Their Applications

HARPER, MARGARET

HASHIGUCHI, KOICHI

122

Historical Theology

LEDLEY, ROBERT S.

99 8

Introduction to Neural Engineering for Motor Rehabilitation 112 Introduction to Thermo-Fluids Systems Design

113

Language Education Throughout the School Years

40

LANHAM-NEW, SUSAN

52

LANSING, CAROL

33

LANTIS, JEFFREY S.

24

LAPPA, MARCELLO

91

LAPPIN, SHALOM

16

LAVER, JOHN

15

Managing Construction Equipment 119 Manufacturing Yogurt and Fermented Milks

64


18

MONTEIRO, S. N.

MARCUS, YIZHAK

84

MONTGOMERY, DOUGLAS C.

MARK, WILLIAM D.

114

MORIYAMA, HIROYOSHI

MÁRQUEZ-GRANT, NICHOLAS

66

MSAGATI, TITUS A. M.

MARRONGELLE, KAREN

67

MUELLER, WERNER

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

27

MÜLLER, NICOLE

MATEU, JORGE

106

Mathematical Modeling with Multidisciplinary Applications

105

Mathematical Statistics and Stochastic Processes

106

MATTHIESSEN, PETER MATTSON, INGRID

78 8

MATTU, AMAL

48

MAY, STEPHEN

55

MAZZAFERRO, ELISA M.

53

McCANN, PHILIP

27

McCLOUD, AMINAH BEVERLY

8

85 115 64 65 106 15, 16

MULLIGAN, MARK

59

MUN, EUN-YOUNG

110

MURCOTT, ANNE

23

MURPHY, DOUGLAS B.

69

MURTHY, DHIRAJ

18

MURUGESAN, SAN

96

MYSCHETZKY, PETER SAND

48

NAKAYAMA, THOMAS K.

19

118

NARAYAN, ROGER

85

McGEOUGH, JOSEPH

112

NEAL, ELIZABETH

52

NELSON-MOON, ZARARNA

51

NELSON, ALAN

6

MCILWRAITH, MARIELA

28

Nematicons 88

MCLAREN, JOHN

27

Neurotrauma – Managing Patients with Head Injury

Medical Decision Making

44

Medical Disorders in Pregnancy

49

Medical Toxicology

83

MEINERT, CURTIS L.

109

MEIR, MICHAELA GEORGINE Melanocytic Proliferations, The MERIAM, J. L.

50

Neurovascular Ultrasound Examination and Waveform Interpretation 44 NEW, T. R.

56

NEWELL, PETER

24

News and Numbers

19

Next Generation Wireless Communications Using Radio over Fiber

102

NICHOLS, DEBORAH L.

30

86

NIELSEN, MARTIN

54

47

NIEMIEC, BROOK A.

54

NIWA, T.

76

116

MERNER, BRADLEY L.

81

NOLAN, JERRY

43

MESSENT, PETER

10

NOURI, KEYVAN

46

Nurturing Children and Families

38

Methodology and Technology for Power System Grounding Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Atmospheric and Earth Sciences Methods and Applications of Statistics in the Social and Behavioural Sciences MEURERS, DETMAR Microbes and Evolution: The World That Darwin Never Saw

94

108

108 15 69

3

PEKAREK, STEVEN D.

97

Performance-Based Gear Metrology 114

70

McGEORGE, DENNY

Mechanical Properties of Solid Polymers 88

PEETERS, BENOÎT

PETERS, J. E.

89

4

7

77

98

Meaning and Argument

PEDERSEN, STIG ANDUR

89

NAPPI, EUGENIO

33

12

PESKOV, VLADIMIR

NAPOLITANO, ANTONIO

37

PAYNE, MICHAEL

92

113

MCPHEE, PETER

60

55

MCDONALD, ANDRÉ GARCIA

MCMURRAN, MARY

73

PAVRI, FIROOZA

Personal Protective Equipment for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Hazards

90

115

PATNAIK, RANJAN

PERRONE, JEANNE R.

87

MCLEAN, J. DOUGLAS

52

Pathology of the Hard Dental Tissues 50

Nanometer Frequency Synthesis Beyond the Phase-Locked Loop Nanowire Fabrication

26

PATERSON, SUE

43

111

7, 8

9

PERKINS, GAVIN D.

MCCOOL, JOHN I.

McGRATH, ALISTER E.

Pastoral Epistles Through the Centuries, The

Nanofiber Composites Fundamentals and Developments 85

Nanoparticulate Materials

MCGOWAN, SUSAN

39

93

117 55

75

PASSMORE, JONATHAN

Periodic Structures

MCCLUSKEY, W. J. McCULLOCH, STEVEN

PASHIKANTI, KIRAN

O’CONNOR, TIMOTHY

6

PETERSON, DAVID

39

PFAFF, BERNHARD

107

PHYTHIAN, MARK

25

PIEGORSCH, WALTER W.

106

PIEHLER, G. KURT

32

PILE, JAMES C.

44

PITTENGER, DAVID J. Plant Breeding Reviews, Volume

107 36, 62

Plasma Medicine

91

Plato’s Republic

3

PLAYFAIR, J.H.L.

42

Polymer Composites with Carbonaceous Nanofillers

86

Polymeric Materials for Solar Thermal Applications

86

PORTES, RICHARD

27

Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation 68

50

Refinery Engineering

75

REINDERS, ANGELE H. M. E.

95

REINEMEYER, CRAIG

54

Reinforcement Learning and Approximate Dynamic Programming for Feedback Control 94 Remote Sensing and Actuation Using Unmanned Vehicles

96

Removable Orthodontic Appliances and Retainers 51 Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics

15

Research Techniques for Biomedical Scientists

67

Resolving Erroneous Reports in Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

79

Retrieving The Big Society

25

Retrometabolic Drug Design and Targeting 78 Reverse Genetics of RNA Viruses

71

REYNAUD, EMMANUEL G.

69

REYNOLDS, DENNIS

28

RICE, RICHARD G.

72

RICHERSON, DAVID W.

89

RICOEUR, PAUL

5

RIDDAWAY, BOB

59

RIDLEY, ANNE

37

66

ROBSON, S. ELIZABETH

49

ROE, DILYS

57

Practical Flow Cytometry in Haematology Diagnosis

46

37

Practical Guide to Equine Colic

54

OBACH, R. SCOTT

77

Objectivity in Journalism

18

Practical Guide to Optical Metrology for Thin Films, A

90

OEVERMANN, ANNA

54

OGBURN, DENNIS

30

Practical Teaching in Emergency Medicine 48 PRATT, WILLIAM K.

99

Preparative Chromatography

74

Primer on Property Tax: Administration and Policy, A

117

Microwaves in Organic Synthesis

81

Organic Chemistry

82

MIHM, MARTIN C.

47

Organic Reaction Mechanisms, 2010 81

MILLER, HOLLY G.

19

Organic Syntheses

MILLER, PEGGY J.

40

MILLS, KEITH

79

Organic, Inorganic and Hybrid Solar Cells

95

MILLS, L. SCOTT

56

Organized Organic Ultrathin Films

86

Problem Solving and Data Analysis using Minitab 109

MILTON, JOHN

12

Orthogonally Polarised Lasers

93

Protein Oxidation and Aging

MINOLI, DANIEL

99

OURS, JAN VAN

27

PRYKE, STEPHEN

117

MISHRA, SAROJ K.

70

OWENS, DOUGLAS K.

44

Public Key Cryptography

112

Mobile Video with Mobile IPv6

99

OXLEY, LES

27

Publish/Subscribe Systems

103

PADILLA, ARTHUR

26

PUNTER, DAVID

11

Paediatric Dentistry at a Glance

51

PUWAR, NIRMAL

23

PRIMORATZ, IGOR

5

Principles of Plant Genetics and Breeding 62 Probabilistic Reliability Models

108

84

Paleomagnetism of Sedimentary Rocks 59

PYLE, A. J.

114

PALTRIDGE, BRIAN

15

70

107

96

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria

PANJER, HARRY H.

QIU, X.

20

61

PAPILLON, PHILIPPE

Qualitative Research Methods

Molecular Markers in Plants

53

102

90

MONNET, ERIC

PARK, SUNGJUN

QUINTEN, MICHAEL

104

RADI, ZAHER A.

78

57

Partial Differential Equations

MONTAGNES, DAVID J. S.

REES, COLIN

46

19

86

104

ROBERTS, JULIE

38

75

77

Real Analysis

ROBERTS, HAROLD R.

Optimizing Teaching and Learning

MOHAMMADI, SOHEIL

92

Reactive Drug Metabolites

95

Practical Design of Magnetostatic Structure using Numerical Simulation 95

59

Modern Methods in Crop Protection Research

83

RAZAVI, BEHZAD

Power of Design, The

Operational Weather Forecasting

103

26

Rare Earth Elements – Fundamentals and Applications, The

115

Microwave Line of Sight Link Engineering 100

Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks

RANKIN, MICHAELA

RIGBY, KEITH ANTONY

O’HAIR, DAN

82

55

Ramesside Inscriptions, Translations, Volume VI 35

98

O’LEARY, ELEANOR

7

RAGLE, CLAUDE

Power Electronics and Energy Conversion Systems

Practical Guide to Diagnosing Structural Movement in Buildings 118

OLSEN, JAN KYRRE BERG

Radio Protocols for LTE and LTEAdvanced 102

QIU, ROBERT CAIMING

6 101

Index

MARAS, STEVEN

ROESKY, HERBERT W.

82

ROESSEL, HENRY VAN

104

ROMO, JUAN

100

RONI, PHILIP

57

ROOS, YRJÖ H.

64

ROGERS, ROBERT L.

48

Root Genomics and Soil Interactions 62 ROOY, DAVID J. LA

37

ROSENBAUM, PETER

44

ROSENBLOOM, LEWIS

44

ROSS, JOSEPHINE

40

Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes

91

ROTELLA, DAVID P.

78

ROWAN, YORKE M.

29

RUNKLE, LEWIS COPE WITH DEBORAH COHN

19

Russell, Hugo & Ayliffe’s Principles and Practice of Disinfection, Preservation and Sterilization

47

SAADOUN, ANDRE P.

51

SADATI, NASSER

94

SAHU, SAURA C.

79

SAILE, SANDRIN

86

SANDBROOK, CHRIS

57

SANDIS, CONSTANTINE SANSONE, DAVID SANTI, PAOLO SARISKY, DARREN SATTAR, SYED

6 35 103 9 47

123


Index

SAUD, LAITH SAUNDERS, VENETIA Sax’s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials

8 71 77

Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid 40

STAHL, SAUL

34 105

UEBERSAX, MARK A.

STARFIELD, SUE

15

Understanding Aerodynamics

34

Understanding and Applying Research Design

108

Understanding Business Research

107

United States in World War II, The

32

Universe, The

89

State Trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell, The

SCHMIDT-THOME, PHILIPP

59

SCHMIDT-TRAUB, H.

74

Statistical Quality Control

SCHMITT, CARL

25

Statistics 112

SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM A.

76

STEFAN 79

SCHULTE, MICHAEL

74

STELZER, ERNST H. K.

69

SCHUURS, ALBERT

50

STEVENSON, DEBORAH

21

SCHWARTZ, BETH M.

38

STIRLING, DR. JOHN

76

Science Communication

67

STOCK, W. A.

27

SCOTT, SARA B.

48

STOECKER, DIANE

46 74

SEIDMAN, STEVEN

20

Semiconducting Polymer Composites 87 Service Concepts in Hospitality Management 28 SHAHIDI, FEREIDOON

64

SHENASA, MOHAMMAD

45

Short History of Migration, A

31

SIDDIQ, MUHAMMAD

63

SIEGERT, RICHARD J.

52

SIKORSKI, ELAINE

28

SILVERMAN, H.

29

SIMON, LAURENT

73

Sinews of the Nation

22

SINGH, JYOTSNA G.

12

SINGH, OM V.

68

SINGH, VIJAY P.

61

SINN, HANS-WERNER

27

Story of the Qur’an, The

115

Urgent Care Emergencies

48

US Foreign Policy in Action

24

USHAKOV, IGOR A.

108

STRATTON, REBECCA

52

UVERSKY, VLADIMIR

Stream and Watershed Restoration

57

VALDIVIA, GENERAL EDITOR: ANGHARAD N.

17

VANBÉSIEN, OLIVIER

85

VANDEVELDE, MARC

54

VARGA, MOLLY

56

VAUGHN, KEVIN J.

30

VELICKOVIC, VEDRANA

11

Veterinary and Animal Ethics

55

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Procedures

53

Structural Health Monitoring

119

STUART, DR BARBARA B.

75

STURTZ, ROBIN

55

SU, WEI-FANG

95

SUDHOFF, SCOTT D.

94

Suggestibility in Legal Contexts

37

SUMNER, DAVID E.

19

SUN, ZHAOQI

90

Supercritical Water

84

SWEENEY, JOHN SYED, MOIN

84

WITTGENSTEIN, LUDWIG WOLF, RORY

4 89

Women and Wars

25

WORDEN, KEITH

119

WRIGHT, KEVIN

19

WRIGHT, RITA P.

30

WU, CHIH-I

95

WU, JANE

68

XFEM Fracture Analysis of Composites 114 XIU, LIMING

92

YAMAKAWA, YUKI

114

YAN, SONG Y.

100

YÁÑEZ-ARANCIBIA, ALEJANDRO

57

YANG, XIAONIU

87

YANG, XIN-SHE

105

YEOMAN, KAY

67

YI, SEUNGJUNE

102

You Must Change Your Life

4

ZABICKY, JACOB

81

ZACHAZEWSKI, JAMES E.

49

ZARRAS, PETER

87

ZATZMAN, GARY M.

74

ZEILER, THOMAS W.

33

88

Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry 53

ZENG, RONG

94

40

ZHANG, BO

94

Veterinary Neuropathology

54

Syntax 14

ZHANG, SHULIAN

93

VILLARS, RINA

32

Syntax Workbook, The

ZHELUDEV, NIKOLAY I.

Violence and Punishment

31

ZOU, PATRICK

14

Systems Integration of Air-launched Weapons 115

Virology – Principles and Applications 71

Systems of Privilege

23

Visual Data Mining

Taal en Taalwetenschap

13

VOLDMAN, STEVEN H.

98

WAGNER-MARTIN, LINDA

11

WAINWRIGHT, JOHN

59

WALKER, KEITH

12

WALLNER, GERNOT

86

101

Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery

53

SMALL, DAVID B.

29

TARKOMA, SASU

103

SMITH, ANDREW

11

TAYLOR, MICHAEL

66

SMITH, DOUGLAS A.

77

TAYLOR, WILLIAM J.

52

SMITH, EMMA

10

SNYDER, LARRY

70

SOAR, JASMEET

43

Social Causes of Health and Disease

22

Social Control

22

TAO, FENG

Telecommunications System Reliability Engineering, Theory, and Practice

76

103

Terrorism 5 Textbook of Uncommon Cancer TEZDUYAR, TAYFUN E.

47 113

THEATO, PATRICK

88

Social Network Analysis in Construction 117

This Is Philosophy

4

THOMAS, LARRY

60

SOCIETY, IEEE COMMUNICATIONS

THOMAS, SABU

88

SOFRONAS, ANTHONY

72

THOUREEN, TRACI L.

48

Soil Conditions and Plant Growth

63

THRALL, MARY ANNA

53

SOMMERS, CHRISTOPHER H.

64

TIAN, YU-PING

93

SOUCEK, MARK D.

87

TILLING, MATTHEW

26

Sounds of Language, The

13

Time to Shine

SOUTHWOOD, LOUISE

54

TIWARI, ASHUTOSH

SOX, HAROLD C.

44

TIWARI, B. K.

63

Space and Place of Death, The

29

TJONG, SIE CHIN

86

Spaniards in the Colonial Empire

33

TOBE, SHANAN

66

SPARKS, LISA

19

TOBIAS, KAREN M.

52

SPARROW, JOSHUA D.

38

TOUMBA, JACK

51

Toxicology and Epigenetics

79

74

TRACY, SARAH

20

SPIERENBURG, PIETER

31

TRAINI, DANIELA

71

SPILLER, DR. MARCUS

118

TRANUM-JENSEN, JORGEN

48

SR, RICHARD J. LEWIS

77

TSAY, RUEY S.

STACEY, WESTON M.

91

TUTEJA, NARENDRA

SPEIGHT, JAMES G.

Uremic Toxins by Mass Spectrometry 76

97

113

106

118

111

TALBOT, D.

Spatio-temporal Design

Urban Infrastructure

Using the Weibull Distribution

TAKIZAWA, KENJI

101

115

8

Small Animal Dental Procedures for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses 55

Social Memory, Identity, and Death 29

63

57

102

4

9

Using LEDs, LCDs and GLCDs in Microcontroller Projects

Tactical Wireless Communications and Networks – Design Concepts and Challenges

SLOTERDIJK, PETER

75

26

Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches for Network Analysis 111

SEIDEL-MORGENSTERN, ANDREAS

13

WITSCHEL, MATTHIAS

STANTON, PATRICIA

75

SEGARS, JAMES

37

WILSON, KEITH

TWOMEY, JAY

98

Second Generation Biofuels and Biomass 74

107

WILMSHURST, LINDA

63

39

SCHIRMER, ULRICH

9

WILLMOT, GORDON E.

Twitter 18

TUTEJA, RENU

STANTON, MARK

SCHAATHUN, HANS GEORG

Scriptural Interpretation

124

STAFFORD, PAULINE

95 103

107 63

WALPOLE, MATTHEW

110

57

WALTERS, LAWRENCE C.

117

WANG, JIANQING

100

WANG, QIONG

100

WANG, SHUANGBAO

97

WARD, IAN I.

88

Waste Matters WASYNCZUK, OLEG

23 94 , 97

Water 24 WATHES, CHRISTOPHER WAUGH, JASON WEATHINGTON, BART L.

55 49 107

WEI, YEN

87

WEINBERG, MEA

51

WEISER, GLADE WELLMAN, K. Wetland Environments WHITFIELD, JEFF

53 118 60 117

WHITING, MARTIN

55

Who Was William Shakespeare?

10

Wildlife DNA Analysis

66

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Addiction Psychopharmacology, The 38 Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Family Psychology, The 39 Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring, The

39

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Leadership, Change and Organizational Development, The

39

ZSIGA, ELIZABETH C.

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