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Humanities & Social Sciences


The Basics

RICHARD E. CREEL Ithaca College, USA

✤✤ A truly accessible introduction to philosophy of religion for beginners ✤✤ Takes a topical approach, starting with the nature of religion and moving the reader through the major concepts, explaining how topics connect and point to one another ✤✤ Offers a thorough and full treatment of diverse conceptions of God, the ontological argument, and divine attributes and dilemmas ✤✤ Includes a free downloadable file with key excerpts and additions to help students study

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of philosophy of religion, introduction to philosophy, and religion courses

OCT 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-61943-8 • PR • €TBA / 978-1-118-61957-5 • CL • €TBA

Demanding the Impossible   

Philosophy

Philosophy of Religion  

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SLAVOJ ŽIŽEK ✤✤ Slavoj Žižek is one of the world's most widely read and controversial philosophers and social critics ✤✤ This book is an extended conversation with Žižek that covers a range of topical issues in contemporary politics and current affairs such as global warming, the financial crisis, Hugo Chávez's “Bolivarian Revolution”, and the Arab Spring ✤✤ Žižek argues that the key theoretical and political challenge for us today is to be willing to question accepted truths and constantly seek to rethink and redefine the limits of the possible READERSHIP: Students and scholars in the social sciences and humanities and general readers interested in contemporary politics, and in social, cultural and political theory

SEP 2013 • 160PP • 978-0-745-67229-8 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-67228-1 • CL • €TBA

On the Names-of-the-Father   

  

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JACQUES LACAN ✤✤ Jacques Lacan was one of the leading thinkers of the 20th Century and the most influential psychoanalyst after Freud. His work has been hugely influential across a wide range of disciplines, from philosophy and psychology to literary theory, critical theory, gender studies and cultural studies ✤✤ This is one of Lacan’s most famous and influential works and it is crucial for understanding the development of his thinking ✤✤ The book is comprised of two key texts that were decisive in the making of Jacques Lacan - one which introduces for the first time his key concepts of the symbolic, the imaginary and the real, and another which he wrote just at the moment when he split off from mainstream psychoanalysis

  

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in critical theory, literary theory, 20th-century French philosophy, sociology and clinical psychoanalysis

Aug 2013 • 118PP • 978-0-745-65991-6 • Cl • €TBA

The Triumph of Religion   

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JACQUES LACAN ✤✤ Jacques Lacan was one of the leading thinkers of the 20th Century and the most influential psychoanalyst after Freud. His work has been hugely influential across a wide range of disciplines, from philosophy and psychology to literary theory, critical theory, gender studies and cultural studies ✤✤ In this short book Lacan develops his views on religion, which played an important role in his life and in the development of his ideas — ‘I am the product of priests’, he once said of himself ✤✤ Whereas Freud believed religion was an illusion that would be dissipated by the progress of science, Lacan took the opposite view, arguing that Catholicism – the true religion in his view- would take in everyone in the end

  

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in critical theory, literary theory, 20th-century French philosophy, sociology and clinical psychoanalysis

Aug 2013 • 106PP • 978-0-745-65989-3 • Cl • €TBA

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Philosophy

Epistemology   A Guide

JOHN TURRI University of Waterloo, Canada

✤✤ A step-by-step introduction to contemporary epistemology, with coverage of skepticism, epistemic justification, epistemic closure, virtue epistemology, naturalized epistemology, and more ✤✤ Explains the main arguments of the most influential publications from the last 50 years ✤✤ Contextualizes key concepts and themes, instead of treating them in isolation  

✤✤ Designed to accompany Epistemology: An Anthology, Second Edition, but stands on its own as a concise introduction to the key ideas and arguments in epistemology READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in courses on introductory epistemology or introductory philosophy with a focus on metaphysics and epistemology; graduate students in courses on epistemology

Dec 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-444-33370-1 • Pr • €23.90 / 978-1-444-33369-5 • CL • €65.90

Contemporary Moral and Social Issues   An Introduction through Original Fiction, Discussion, and Readings

EDITED BY THOMAS D. DAVIS Formerly of University of Michigan, USA

Contemporary Moral and Social Issues

✤✤ A uniquely entertaining introduction to ethical theory and a range of practical moral issues through a combination of key primary texts, clear editorial commentary, and engaging, original fiction ✤✤ Includes discussion of topics such as world poverty, abortion, animals, the environment, and genetic engineering

    

✤✤ Features “Facts and Factual Issues” for each topic to give students an up-to-date context ✤✤ Brings ethical thought to life by employing immersive, original short works of fiction as a means to engage students to think philosophically about serious ethical issues READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of applied ethics, contemporary moral issues, philosophy, ethics, and literature

NOV 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-62540-8 • PR • €TBA / 978-1-118-62521-7 • CL • €TBA

Business Ethics 

NEW EDITION

Readings and Cases 5th Edition

EDITED BY MICHAEL HOFFMAN, MARK S. SCHWARTZ & ROBERT E. FREDERICK Bentley University, USA; Bentley University, USA; York University, Canada

✤✤ Addresses a broad range of the most current, intriguing, and often complex issues and cases in corporate morality ✤✤ Provides impartial, point-counterpoint presentations of different perspectives on the most important and highly contended issues of business ethics   

✤✤ Updated edition with significant new case studies included to reinforce student learning ✤✤ Now contains mini-cases based on actual MBA student dilemmas READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students studying business ethics, particularly in MBA programs

Dec 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-33668-7 • PR • €TBA replaces ISBN: 978-0-072-48348-2

Philosophy of Technology 

NEW EDITION

The Technological Condition: An Anthology 2nd Edition

EDITED BY ROBERT C. SCHARFF & Val Dusek Both of University of New Hampshire, USA

✤✤ Remains the most comprehensive anthology on the philosophy of technology available ✤✤ Includes editors’ insightful section introductions and critical summaries for each selection ✤✤ Revised and updated to reflect the latest developments in the field ✤✤ Combines difficult to find seminal essays with a judicious selection of contemporary material   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students of philosophy, social and political science, cultural studies, and subjects related to technology and science, including engineering and information technology SERIES: BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY ANTHOLOGIES

Nov 2013 • 720PP • 978-1-118-54725-0 • PR • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-22219-4

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NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

EDITED BY ANDREW I. COHEN & CHRISTOPHER HEATH WELLMAN Georgia State University, USA; Washington University in St. Louis, USA

✤✤ Revised and updated new edition with five new pairs of essays on some of the most hotly contested contemporary ethical issues, including torture and same-sex marriage ✤✤ Now includes an introduction by prominent moral philosopher Steven Darwall surveying theories of ethics ✤✤ Pairs essays by leading philosophers known for their opposing views, who debate troubling human dilemmas ranging from abortion and euthanasia to drugs and global warming

  

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of philosophy and ethics SERIES: CONTEMPORARY DEBATES IN PHILOSOPHY

Nov 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-47939-1 • PR • €TBA

Philosophy

Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics  

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Dante’s Deadly Sins  

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Moral Philosophy in Hell

RAYMOND ANGELO BELLIOTTI State University of New York at Fredonia, USA

✤✤ A unique study of the moral philosophy behind Dante’s master work, The Divine Comedy, focusing in particular on Inferno and Purgatorio ✤✤ Considers the Commedia as he intended, namely, as a practical guide to moral betterment ✤✤ Examines the puzzles and paradoxes of Dante’s moral assumptions, his treatment of the seven deadly sins, and how ten of his most powerful moral lessons anticipate modern existentialism READERSHIP: Undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers of philosophy, theology, and literature; interested general readers

  

Dec 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-72041-7 • PR • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-67105-4

Philosophical Engineering   Toward a Philosophy of the Web

EDITED BY HARRY HALPIN & ALEXANDRE MONNIN Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, and Institut de Recherche et d’Innovation du Centre Pompidou, France; Institut de Recherche et d’Innovation du Centre Pompidou, France

✤✤ The first interdisciplinary exploration of the philosophical foundations of the Web, a new area of inquiry that has important implications across a range of domains

Philosophical Engineering

✤✤ Contains twelve essays that bridge the fields of philosophy, cognitive science, and phenomenology ✤✤ Tackles questions such as the impact of Google on intelligence and epistemology, the philosophical status of digital objects, ethics on the Web, semantic and ontological changes caused by the Web, and the potential of the Web to serve as a genuine cognitive extension

    

✤✤ Includes an interview with Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web READERSHIP: Scholars and graduate students studying philosophy, new media and cultural studies, or computer science; computer programmers, computer scientists, Web professionals, and engineers interested in philosophy SERIES: METAPHILOSOPHY

Oct 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-70018-1 • PR • €TBA

In the World Interior of Capital   

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Towards a Philosophical Theory of Globalization

PETER SLOTERDIJK Karlsruhe School of Design, Germany

✤✤ This book, written by one of the world’s leading philosophers and cultural theorists, is a major new interpretation of the phenomenon of globalization ✤✤ Sloterdijk argues that the current phase of globalization is the end point of a historical process that began with the first circumnavigation of the earth and that we can now glimpse an era beyond globalization ✤✤ He uses the metaphor of Crystal Palace, site of the first world exhibition and an homage to the power of money, to show the exclusivity of globalization: it can be seen a comfortable interior world with invisible boundaries, such that the winners of globalization are inside and the losers – three times as many – are left outside

  

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-0-745-64769-2 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-64768-5 • CL • €TBA

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Philosophy

Why Philosophize?   

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JEAN-FRANCOIS LYOTARD Formerly Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Paris VIII, France and Professor, University of California at Irvine, USA

✤✤ Jean-François Lyotard is one of the most influential philosophers of the last fifty years and his book, The Postmodern Condition was an international bestseller ✤✤ This short and very accessible book consists of a series of introductory lectures on philosophy that Lyotard gave to new students ✤✤ The lectures offer a profound and far-reaching meditation on how essential it is to philosophize in a world where philosophy often seems irrelevant, outdated, or inconclusive   

SEP 2013 • 100PP • 978-0-745-67073-7 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-67072-0 • CL • €TBA

Freedom’s Right   

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The Social Foundations of Democratic Life

AXEL HONNETH Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany and Columbia University, New York, USA

✤✤ This is a major new book by one of the leading social philosophers of our time ✤✤ The book deals with the theory of justice – one of the most widely-discussed areas of contemporary philosophy ✤✤ Honneth argues that existing theories of justice, by focusing on abstract normative principles, become detached from social reality   

READERSHIP: Graduates and scholars in philosophy, humanities and social sciences

DEC 2013 • 448PP • 978-0-745-66943-4 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-66942-7 • CL • €TBA

Theories of Multiculturalism   

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An Introduction

GEORGE CROWDER Flinders University, Australia

✤✤ This book is a clear and comprehensive introduction to different theories about multiculturalism, intended for students who are approaching the subject for the first time ✤✤ Crowder provides detailed coverage of a number of key thinkers who've developed influential views on multiculturalism, including Will Kymlicka, Brian Barry, Anthony Appiah and Amartya Sen, and covers a range of perspectives including liberal, communitarian, feminist and cosmopolitan viewpoints   

✤✤ He also puts the case for a distinctive liberal-pluralist approach to multiculturalism, combining a liberal framework that emphasises the importance of personal autonomy, with the value pluralism of prominent thinkers such as Isaiah Berlin READERSHIP: This book will be an excellent textbook for students of political and social theory and philosophy, as well as the general reader interested in politics and current affairs

SEP 2013 • 256PP • 978-0-745-63626-9 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-63625-2 • CL • €TBA

Chomsky   

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Language, Mind and Politics 2nd Edition

JAMES MCGILVRAY McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Noam Chomsky is one of the most influential figures in contemporary intellectual life, known for his groundbreaking contributions to a range of fields from linguistics to political theory ✤✤ This is a fully revised and updated edition of James McGilvray’s highly successful introduction to Chomsky’s work and thought   

✤✤ Unlike other titles on the market, this is a fully comprehensive analysis, spanning the full range of Chomsky's writings, from his pioneering work in linguistics to his incisive political commentary READERSHIP: This book will be of interest to second-year undergraduates and above in linguistics, philosophy, politics and political theory, sociology and social theory Series: PKCT – Polity Key Contemporary Thinkers series

oct 2013 • 272PP • 978-0-745-64990-0 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64989-4 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-61888-3 / CL 978-0-745-61887-6

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Cillian McBride Queen’s University, Belfast, UK

✤✤ The book is a readable, comprehensive account of the concept of recognition ✤✤ In this compelling new book, McBride examines how a basic need for recognition is the motivation behind struggles for inclusion and equality in contemporary society ✤✤ The author provides a fascinating account of the long history of the concept, from ancient ethical ideals to the Enlightenment, and how the notion of recognition lies at the heart of political thought READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of politics, political theory and philosophy SERIES: Polity Key Concepts

  

oct 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-64848-4 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-64847-7 • CL • €57.90

Philosophy

Recognition  

Wittgenstein’s Later Theory of Meaning   Imagination and Calculation

HANS J. SCHNEIDER University of Potsdam, Germany

✤✤ Explores the significance of Wittgenstein’s later texts relating to the philosophy of language, and offers new insights that transform our understanding of the influential 20th-century philosopher ✤✤ Provides original interpretations of the systematic points about language in Wittgenstein’s later writings that reveal his theory of meaning ✤✤ Engages in close readings of a variety of Wittgenstein’s later texts to explore what the philosopher really had to say about ‘kinds of words’ and ‘parts of speech’

  

✤✤ Frees Wittgenstein from his reputation as an unsystematic thinker with nothing to offer but ‘therapy’ for individual cases of philosophical confusion READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in the philosophy of language; also for philosophers of language and linguists

Dec 2013 • 208PP • 978-1-118-64230-6 • Cl • €TBA

A Companion to the Problem of Evil   EDITED BY DANIEL HOWARD-SNYDER & JUSTIN P. MCBRAYER Western Washington University, USA; Fort Lewis College, USA

✤✤ Features all original essays that explore the various forms of the problems of evil, offering theistic responses that attempt to explain evil as well as discussion of the challenges facing such explanations ✤✤ Includes section introductions with an historical essay that traces the developments of the issues explored ✤✤ Represents views from the various religious traditions, including Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

A Companion to the Problem of Evil

    

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in philosophy of religion; researchers and scholars of the philosophy of religion, religion, and theology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

SEP 2013 • 528PP • 978-0-470-67184-9 • Cl • €TBA

A Companion to Rawls    EDITED BY JON MANDLE & DAVID A. REIDY University at Albany, USA; University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA

✤✤ The single most comprehensive treatment of the most influential political philosopher of the 20th century, John Rawls ✤✤ Reflects the surge of Rawls scholarship since his death, and the lively debates that have emerged from his work ✤✤ Features an outstanding list of contributors, including senior as well as “next generation” Rawls scholars ✤✤ Covers his moral and political philosophy, distinctive methodological commitments, and relationships to the history of moral and political philosophy and to jurisprudence and the social sciences

  

READERSHIP: Scholars and researchers in philosophy, political science, political economy, international relations, and law; graduate students and advanced undergraduates studying contemporary political philosophy, political theory, as well as special topics in economics and sociology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

Nov 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-444-33710-5 • Cl • €169.00

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Philosophy

A Companion to W.V.O. Quine   EDITED BY ERNEST LEPORE & GILBERT HARMAN Rutgers University, USA; Princeton University, USA

✤✤ Provides an in-depth account and analysis of W.V.O. Quine’s contribution to American philosophy, and his position as one of the late twentieth-century's most influential analytic philosophers ✤✤ Brings together newly-commissioned essays by leading figures within contemporary philosophy ✤✤ Covers Quine’s work across philosophy of logic, philosophy of language, ontology and metaphysics, epistemology, and more   

✤✤ Highlights the breadth of Quine’s work across the discipline, and demonstrates the continuing influence of his work within the philosophical community READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of twentieth-century philosophy, philosophy of language, logic, and related subjects SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

Dec 2013 • 592PP • 978-0-470-67210-5 • Cl • €TBA

Twists and Turns in the Hearts Antarctic   

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HÉLÈNE CIXOUS Paris VIII University, France

✤✤ Cixous is generally regarded as one of the leading, if not the leading, French feminist author writing today ✤✤ In this new book she returns to familiar characters – the daughter, Hélène, her mother and the brother – to explore family relationships and love ✤✤ The ‘twists and turns’ of the title refer to the contrasting feelings – love and hate – of those who share these ties   

READERSHIP: Upper level students and scholars of philosophy, literature and literary theory, French and gender studies

NOV 2013 • 184PP • 978-0-745-66328-9 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66327-2 • Cl • €TBA

Revisiting the Jewish Question   

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ÉLISABETH ROUDINESCO University of Paris VII – Denis Diderot, Paris, France

✤✤ This book addresses the questions: What does it mean to be Jewish? What is it to be anti-Semitic? Why does the enigmatic identity of those who founded the first monotheistic religion arouse such passions? ✤✤ Roudinesco re-examines the history of Jewishness and anti-Semitism from the Middle Ages, through the Holocaust, to the rise of Zionism and the founding of Israel

  

✤✤ She also discusses a wide variety of contentious recent Jewish controversies and debates, including the Holocaust deniers and the controversies involving literary figures who have been accused of antiSemitism, such as Paul de Man READERSHIP: Students and scholars of literary theory, cultural theory, contemporary European philosophy, humanities generally

DEC 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-65220-7 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65219-1 • Cl • €TBA

Political Philosophy   

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A Beginner’s Guide for Students and Politicians 3rd edition

ADAM SWIFT University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Aims to bring politics out of its ivory tower and into the understanding of a wider audience ✤✤ Will form an ideal student introduction to political theory ✤✤ Written in a lively and informative way

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduates and A-level students taking introductory courses in politics, political theory and political philosophy and anyone interested in the arguments and validity of politicians’ rhetoric

OCT 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-62847-9 • Pr • €20.90 / 978-0-745-62846-2 • Cl • €57.90 REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-63532-3 / CL 978-0-745-63531-6

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Perspectives from Social and Virtue Epistemology

EDITED BY BEN KOTZEE University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Brings together a collection of eminent philosophers and philosophers of education, including David Bakhurst, Heather Battaly, Christopher Winch, and Duncan Pritchard ✤✤ Analyzes traditional epistemology alongside new enterprises, such as “social epistemology” and “virtue epistemology” ✤✤ Re-invigorates the links between the fields of epistemology (concerned with the nature of knowledge) and education (concerned with its growth in individuals)

  

✤✤ Offers a fresh analysis of the implications of innovations in contemporary epistemology for education READERSHIP: Scholars, researchers, and advanced students of the philosophy of education, educational theory, and social and/or virtue epistemology SERIES: JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Oct 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-72131-5 • Pr • €TBA

Vygotsky, Philosophy and Education   JAN DERRY University of London, UK

✤✤ Presents a reassessment of the works of Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky, taking into account the influence of Spinoza and Hegel on his work ✤✤ Reveals Vygotsky’s connection with the work of contemporary philosophers, such as Brandom and McDowell

Vygotsky, Philosophy and Education

✤✤ Draws on discussions in contemporary philosophy to revise prominent readings of Vygotskian psychology and revisits educational debates where Vygotsky's ideas are central

    

✤✤ Shows the relevance of Brandom's inferentialism for contemporary educational theory and practice READERSHIP: Scholars and researchers studying philosophy, psychology, communication studies, anthropology, and education Series: Journal Of Philosophy Of Education

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-36877-0 • Pr • €25.90

Education Policy   Philosophical Critique

EDITED BY RICHARD SMITH University of Durham, UK

✤✤ Twelve philosophers of education subject elements of current and recent UK educational policy to critique ✤✤ Forthright and critical, the contributors are unafraid to challenge current orthodoxies

Religion & Theology / Philosophy

Education and the Growth of Knowledge  

✤✤ Offers thought-provoking insights into modern education policy ✤✤ Wide-ranging topics cover higher education and faith-based education, assessment, the teaching of reading, vocational and civic education, teacher education, the influence of Europe, and the idea of the ‘Big Society’

  

READERSHIP: Scholars, researchers, and students in the field of education, as well as policy makers and all those interested in educational policy SERIES: JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

OCT 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-68058-2 • Pr • €TBA

Comparing Religions   An Introductory Textbook

JEFF KRIPAL Rice University, USA

✤✤ Drawing on all four major religious traditions, and combining comprehensive coverage, expert guidance, and historical depth and breadth, this is an inspiring introduction to comparative religion

Comparing Religions

✤✤ Accessibly structured into sections exploring the history of comparative practices, classic comparative themes, and methods of analysis ✤✤ Engages students through provocative examples from topics including myth and ritual, nature, food, the body and sex, death and the soul, and the end of the world ✤✤ Incorporates numerous illustrations and study features, such as chronologies and key terms; additional online resources include images, study questions, and interviews

    

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of comparative religions and world religions

Dec 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-405-18458-8 • Pr • €32.90 / 978-1-118-77487-8 • CL • €TBA

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Religion & Theology

The European Reformations Sourcebook  

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

EDITED BY CARTER LINDBERG Boston University, USA

✤✤ Long-anticipated new edition of Lindberg’s valued sourcebook, which brings together carefully selected primary source documents including observer accounts of events and debates ✤✤ Includes new catechetical writings by Luther and Calvin, as well as coverage of women reformers such as Caritas Pirckheimer, Katharina Schütz-Zell, and Olimpia Morata  

✤✤ Features theological writings, confessions, political grievances, poetry, and satires ✤✤ Provides the ideal accompaniment to the second edition of Lindberg’s The European Reformations READERSHIP: Students of reformation studies, church history, and the history of Christianity within theology and history departments

Dec 2013 • 392PP • 978-0-470-67328-7 • Pr • €28.90 / 978-0-470-67327-0 • Cl • €71.90 REPLACES ISBN: PR 978-0-631-21362-8 / CL 978-0-631-21361-1

Emil Brunner   A Reappraisal

ALISTER E. McGRATH King's College London, UK

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive intellectual history of Emil Brunner, the highly influential Swiss theologian who was instrumental in shaping modern Protestant theology

Emil Brunner

✤✤ Written by world-renowned theologian and author, Alister McGrath

    

✤✤ Explores topics including Brunner’s theological development, the reasons for his contemporary neglect in scholarly circles, his deserved place in current debates on natural theology, and his ethics and ecumenical reflections ✤✤ Represents the only book-length study of Brunner's works and significance in the English language READERSHIP: Faculty, theologians, and researchers in Protestant theology

Nov 2013 • 264PP • 978-0-470-67055-2 • Cl • €83.90

James Through the Centuries   DAVID GOWLER Emory University, USA

✤✤ Surveys the many theological, cultural, literary, political, and artistic uses of the Epistle of James, and the broader influence his letters have had throughout the centuries ✤✤ Draws on diverse examples and sources as varied as William Shakespeare, John Calvin, Charles Schultz’s Peanuts, and political cartoons ✤✤ Includes extensive excerpts and unearths a range of neglected writings, often charting James’s particular concern for the poor and marginalized   

✤✤ Written by a renowned New Testament specialist and recognized authority on James, this unique reception history opens up access to a wealth of fascinating and hard to source material READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates, and faculty studying the Catholic Epistles, New Testament studies, or biblical studies; seminarians, ordained ministers, and Bible studies groups SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES

DEC 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-405-15114-6 • Cl • €65.90

Asian Religions   A Cultural Perspective

RANDALL L. NADEAU Trinity University, USA

✤✤ An all-embracing introduction to Asian religions covering each of the main traditions – Confucianism, Taoism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Japanese religions including Shinto – in an engaging and distinctive style ✤✤ Focuses on Asian religions as lived and practiced by real people, leading readers to a deeper understanding of Asian spiritualities and traditions, and their contemporary relevance    

✤✤ Debates the influence of religion on real-world issues including work, economic growth, the environment, human rights, and gender relations, and contrasts Asian and Western perspectives ✤✤ Uses exercises, activities, and an appealing mixture of examples, such as novels, throughout the book READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduate students and above of Asian religions, Asian spiritualities, and world religions within religious studies and Asian studies

Nov 2013 • 240PP • 978-1-118-47196-8 • Pr • €24.90 / 978-1-118-47197-5 • Cl • €71.90

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A Cultural History

WILLIAM E. DEAL & BRIAN RUPPERT Case Western Reserve University, USA; University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Offers a vivid, nuanced, and chronological account of Buddhist religion in Japan – from its emergence in the sixth century right through to the present day

Buddhism in Japan

✤✤ Traces each period of Japanese history, but offers more than a simple historical review by examining relevant social, political, and trans-cultural contexts ✤✤ Informed by the most recent research, including the latest Japanese and Western scholarship

    

✤✤ Illustrates the richness and complexity of Japanese Buddhism as a lived religion, offering readers a glimpse into the evolution of this complex and often misunderstood tradition READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate- level students of Japanese Buddhism, East Asian Buddhism, and Japanese religion; Buddhist studies scholars SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL GUIDES TO BUDDHISM

DEC 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-405-16701-7 • Pr • €25.90 / 978-1-405-16700-0 • CL • €71.90

Buddhists  

Understanding Buddhism through the Lives of Believers

EDITED BY TODD LEWIS College of the Holy Cross, USA

✤✤ Portrays the foundational principles of Buddhist belief through the lives of believers, illustrating how the religion is put into practice in everyday life

Buddhists

✤✤ Provides a series of carefully chosen case studies spanning history, gender, class, and location, which explore the lives of both Eastern and modern Western Buddhists ✤✤ Takes as its foundation the inherent diversity within Buddhist society, rather than focusing on the spiritual and philosophical elite within Buddhism ✤✤ Explores the choices, tensions, and rewards of living in a Buddhist society, resulting in an overview that is uniquely rich in diversity, texture, and educational value

Religion & Theology

Buddhism in Japan  

    

READERSHIP: Undergraduates students and above studying Buddhism within world religions and Asian studies SERIES: LIVED RELIGIONS

DEC 2013 • 296PP • 978-0-470-65818-5 • Pr • €29.90 / 978-0-470-65817-8 • Cl • €77.90

Theravada Buddhism   Continuity, Diversity and Identity

KATE CROSBY SOAS, University of London, UK

✤✤ Offers an enlightening introduction to the origins, teachings, and current practice of Theravada, the oldest surviving Buddhist school of thought, and one of the world’s oldest religious traditions ✤✤ Considers Theravada’s practice beyond Sri Lanka and Thailand by exploring a wealth of material from countries including Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Vietnam, and addresses its global influence beyond Southeast Asia ✤✤ Reveals its rich and varied traditions, and corrects common misunderstandings about links to other practices, such as early Buddhism and Hinayana Buddhism

    

✤✤ Incorporates student-friendly features including a glossary and other study aids READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Theravada Buddhism within religious studies or Asian studies SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL GUIDES TO BUDDHISM

DEC 2013 • 296PP • 978-1-405-18906-4 • Pr • €25.90 / 978-1-405-18907-1 • Cl • €71.90

The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Practical Theology  

new in paperback

EDITED BY BONNIE J. MILLER-McLEMORE Vanderbilt University, USA

✤✤ The first comprehensive reference work to provide a survey, description, and analysis of practical theology as an area of study ✤✤ Includes original contributions from leading scholars in the field on the major areas, issues, and figures in practical theology ✤✤ Reviews an extensive range of methods for studying theology in practice, along with sub-disciplines in theological education, such as pastoral care and preaching

  

✤✤ Covers developments in the discipline in a range of global contexts and distinct Christian traditions ✤✤ Shows how practical theology is relevant to everyday life READERSHIP: Scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates studying practical theology and ministry in departments of religion or in divinity schools, seminaries, or university ministry programs SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

Nov 2013 • 640PP • 978-1-118-72409-5 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33082-3

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Religion & Theology

The Blackwell Companion to Jesus   new in paperback EDITED BY DELBERT BURKETT Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Explores the diverse ways in which Jesus has been imagined or portrayed from the beginnings of Christianity to the present day ✤✤ Considers portrayals of Jesus in the New Testament and beyond, Jesus in non-Christian religions, philosophical and historic perspectives, modern manifestations, and representations in Christian art, novels, and film ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of historical, religious, and cultural issues makes this volume unique   

✤✤ Examines both Christian and non-Christian perspectives on Jesus, including those from ethnic and sexual groups, as well as from other faiths READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty studying the history of Christianity, or religion and culture SERIES: Wiley-Blackwell Companions to Religion

Nov 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-72410-1 • Pr • €TBA Replaces ISBN: 978-1-405-19362-7

The Blackwell Companion to Paul  

new in paperback

EDITED BY STEPHEN WESTERHOLM McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Offers a complete overview of the life, writings, and legacy of one of the key figures of Christianity ✤✤ Explores the major themes of Paul’s life and work, as well as his impact through the centuries on theology, Church teaching, social beliefs, art, literature, and contemporary intellectual thought ✤✤ Edited by one of the leading figures in the field of Pauline studies, heading a contributor team of world-renowned academics   

✤✤ Offers a distinctive dual-focus approach that encompasses both the historical Paul and the history of Paul’s influence READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and scholars studying Paul, the New Testament, Christian origins, or biblical interpretation within departments of religion, divinity schools, or seminaries SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

Nov 2013 • 632PP • 978-1-118-72406-4 • Pr • €TBA replaces ISBN: 978-1-405-18844-9

Towards a Jewish-Christian-Muslim Theology  

new in paperback

DAVID B. BURRELL University of Notre Dame, USA

✤✤ Explores the development of the three Abrahamic traditions, brilliantly showing the way in which they have struggled with similar issues over the centuries ✤✤ Explains how the approach of each tradition may be used comparatively by the other religions to illuminate and develop their own thinking ✤✤ Written by a renowned figure in philosophical theology, widely acclaimed for his comparative thinking   

✤✤ A very timely book which moves forward the discussion at a period of intense inter-religious dialogue READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates studying theology, history of religions, or comparative theology SERIES: Challenges in Contemporary Theology

Nov 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-72411-8 • Pr • €TBA replaces ISBN: 978-0-470-65755-3

Creation “Ex Nihilo” and Modern Theology   EDITED BY JANET SOSKICE University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Brings together a team of leading scholars to take a fresh and contemporary perspective on the concept of creation ‘ex nihilo’ – creation ‘out of nothing’ ✤✤ Discusses the theological and philosophical implications of ‘ex nihilo’ and its place in modern theology ✤✤ Delves into topics as varied as prayer, providence, beauty, divine presence, our relation to other creatures, freedom, and grace   

✤✤ Examines the historiography of creation ‘ex nihilo’, with particular attention to the views of Aquinas, Dante, Luther, Merleau-Ponty, and Bulgakov READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of the doctrine of creation, Christianity, the Bible, or the Old Testament within departments of religion and philosophy SERIES: DIRECTIONS IN MODERN THEOLOGY

OCT 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-70596-4 • Pr • €TBA

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Scriptural Reasoning, Comparative Theology and Receptive Ecumenism

EDITED BY DAVID F. FORD University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Brings together a team of leading scholars from outside and within the Catholic tradition to discuss and undertake comparative reading in the light of Vatican II ✤✤ Tackles questions about scripture, doctrine, tradition, philosophy, and ecumenism in connection with theories and practices of interreligious reading and reasoning ✤✤ Details key events in the history of how faith traditions have been studied, and offers a fresh analysis of the impact and on-going legacy of the Second Vatican Council ✤✤ Inspires readers to think about how to engage with others within and beyond their own religious tradition

  

READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of theology and religious studies; also for religious leaders and ministers SERIES: DIRECTIONS IN MODERN THEOLOGY

Oct 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-71623-6 • Pr • €TBA

The Global Future of English Studies  

hardback special price

JAMES F. ENGLISH University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Compiles data on student enrollments, faculty hiring, and financing in English studies programs around the world including China, home to more English majors than the U.S. and U.K. combined ✤✤ Rejects prevailing narratives of contraction and decline that dominate histories of the discipline ✤✤ Stresses English studies’ expansion within a rapidly expanding global academic apparatus, and the new challenges and opportunities such sudden and dispersive growth presents ✤✤ Essential reading for anyone interested in teaching or studying in higher education

  

READERSHIP: Faculty and graduate students in English and comparative literature; educational historians; higher educational administrators; and general readers interested in education and globalization SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

Mar 2012 • 224PP • 978-0-470-65494-1 • Cl • €77.90

A Companion to American Gothic   EDITED BY CHARLES L. CROW Bowling Green State University, USA

✤✤ The largest collection of essays in the field of American Gothic ✤✤ Includes contributions from a wide variety of scholars from around the world ✤✤ The most complete coverage of theory, major authors, popular culture, and non-print media available

Literature / Religion & Theology

Interreligious Reading After Vatican II  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students taking courses in American gothic and American literature; also for specialists and scholars in this field SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Dec 2013 • 608PP • 978-0-470-67187-0 • Cl • €155.00

  

Richard Hoggart   

polity

Virtue and Reward

FRED INGLIS University of Sheffield, UK

✤✤ The first biography of Richard Hoggart, the best-known British intellectual of the past sixty years ✤✤ In vivid and direct prose, it ties together in a single narrative both life and work to tell the gripping tale of this influential public figure ✤✤ Considers Hoggart’s family life, his writings, and his public work, such as his role in winning the battle to publish Lady Chatterley's Lover ✤✤ Draws in extensive archival and family sources, and includes a preface by Richard Hoggart’s son, Paul

  

READERSHIP: Students of politics, cultural and media studies, literature and the interested general reader

Oct 2013 • 263PP • 978-0-745-65171-2 • Cl • €TBA

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Literature

Posthumanism   

polity

PRAMOD K. NAYAR University of Hyderabad, India

✤✤ State-of-the-art overview of the complex terrain of posthumanist theorizing in literary studies and cultural studies ✤✤ Explores broad interdisciplinary contributions to posthumanism, from philosophy, bioethics, biomedical sciences, disability and animal studies ✤✤ The first book-length treatment of this cutting-edge area pitched for undergraduate student readers ✤✤ Serves both as a survey of this emergent field and an intervention within it   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of modern and contemporary literature, specifically taking courses on literature and posthumanism SERIES: PTLC – POLITY THEMES IN 20TH AND 21ST CENTURY LITERATURE

OCT 2013 • 192PP • 978-0-745-66241-1 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66240-4 • Cl • €TBA

A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry  

new in paperback

EDITED BY NIGEL ALDERMAN & C. D. BLANTON Mount Holyoke College, USA; University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ An historical overview and critical introduction to the poetry published in Britain and Ireland over the last half-century ✤✤ Introduces students to the period’s most important movements, trends, and poetic figures including Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes, Seamus Heaney, and Andrew Motion   

✤✤ Takes an integrative approach, emphasizing the complex negotiations between the British and Irish poetic traditions, and pulling together competing tendencies and positions ✤✤ Includes suggestions for further reading and a chronology READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty studying 20th-century British and Irish poetry SERIES: CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Nov 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-118-64694-6 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-2924-4

A Concise Companion to Postcolonial Literature  

new in paperback

EDITED BY SHIRLEY CHEW & DAVID RICHARDS University of Leeds, UK; University of Stirling, UK

✤✤ An indispensable guide to the intellectual contexts of Postcolonialism, bringing together 10 original essays from leading international scholars including C. L. Innes and Susan Bassnett ✤✤ Explains the ideas, practices, and literatures that emerged from the dismantling of European empires ✤✤ Explores the ways in which these ideas and practices influenced the period’s keynote concerns, such as race, culture, and identity; literary and cultural translations; and the politics of resistance   

✤✤ Chapters cover the fields of identity studies, orality and literacy, nationalisms, feminism, anthropology and cultural criticism, the politics of rewriting, new geographies, and more READERSHIP: Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in the fields of postcolonial literature and postcolonial studies SERIES: CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Nov 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-118-65235-0 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13503-0

A History of Seventeenth-Century English Literature  

new in paperback

THOMAS N. CORNS University of Bangor, UK

✤✤ An energetic and provocative history of English literature from 1603–1690 ✤✤ Locates seventeenth-century English literature in its social and cultural contexts ✤✤ Considers the physical conditions of literary production and consumption ✤✤ Looks at the complex political, religious, cultural, and social pressures on seventeenth-century writers   

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of seventeenth-century English literature; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF LITERATURE

Nov 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-65252-7 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-22169-2

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new in paperback

EDITED BY MARILYN CORRIE University College London, UK

✤✤ Offers a new approach to Middle English literature through discussion of key topics that illustrate the distinctiveness of writing in the period ✤✤ Examines the contextual issues that are key to the understanding and interpretation of the literature of the Middle English period ✤✤ Addresses issues that inform all medieval writing, as well as factors that are specific to writing in England in the period

  

✤✤ Considers issues steering the perception of Middle English literature in the present day

Literature

A Concise Companion to Middle English Literature  

READERSHIP: Students of Middle English literature (including Chaucer) and their instructors; researchers and specialists in the field SERIES: CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Nov 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-65253-4 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12004-3

A Companion to T. S. Eliot  

new in paperback

EDITED BY DAVID E. CHINITZ Loyola University Chicago, USA

✤✤ Introduces a new generation of readers and educators to T. S. Eliot by compiling the most comprehensive and up-to-date scholarship available of his work and career ✤✤ Explores the powerful forces that shaped Eliot as a writer and thinker, analyzing his body of work and assessing his oeuvre in a variety of contexts: historical, cultural, social, and philosophical ✤✤ Charts the surge in critical interest in T. S. Eliot since the early 1990s ✤✤ Brings together leading contemporary scholars to provide illuminating insight into a poet, writer, and critic who continues to define the literary landscape of the last century

  

READERSHIP: Scholars, graduate students, and upper-level undergraduates studying Eliot; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Nov 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-118-64709-7 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16237-1

A Companion to Henry James  

new in paperback

EDITED BY GREG W. ZACHARIAS Creighton University, USA

✤✤ Provides an essential, up-to-date reference for the work and scholarship of Henry James ✤✤ Features the writing of a wide range of James scholars ✤✤ Places James's writings within national contexts – American, English, French, and Italian ✤✤ Offers both an overview of contemporary James scholarship and a cutting-edge resource for studying important individual topics READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, and scholars of Henry James SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

  

Nov 2013 • 520PP • 978-1-118-49234-5 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-14042-3

A Companion to Emily Dickinson  

new in paperback

EDITED BY MARTHA NELL SMITH & MARY LOEFFELHOLZ University of Maryland, USA; Northeastern University, USA

✤✤ Showcases the diversity and excellence that characterize the thriving field of Dickinson studies ✤✤ Covers biographical approaches and the historical, political, and cultural contexts of her work ✤✤ Considers issues relating to the different formats in which Dickinson’s lyrics have been published ✤✤ Provides incisive interventions into current critical discussions, while also opening up fresh areas of critical inquiry READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Dickinson, nineteenth-century American literature, American poetry, women's studies, feminist literary criticism and theory, textual studies, and biography SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

  

Nov 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-49216-1 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12280-1

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Literature / Linguistics

A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West  

new in paperback

EDITED BY NICOLAS S. WITSCHI Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive approach to the wide range of cultural expressions originating in the west ✤✤ Focuses on the intersections, complexities, and challenges found within and between the different historical and cultural groups that define the west’s various distinctive regions ✤✤ Addresses traditionally familiar icons and ideas about the west (such as cowboys, wide-open spaces, and violence) and their intersections with urbanization and other regional complexities   

✤✤ Features essays written by many of the leading scholars in western American cultural studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Nov 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-65251-0 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18733-6

Applied Linguistics   EDITED BY LI WEI Birkbeck, University of London, UK

✤✤ Offers a complete survey of the theories, methods, and key findings within applied linguistics ✤✤ Takes a problem-solving approach, introducing students to key research questions and guiding them through the various ways of tackling these ✤✤ Features study aids throughout, including chapter outlines, learning objectives, key terms, research questions and answers, study questions, and recommended further readings   

✤✤ Enables students to identify everyday language and communication issues, and to draw on their own personal experiences READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students in applied linguistics, language teaching, linguistics, and education SERIES: INTRODUCING LINGUISTICS

Nov 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-405-19358-0 • Pr • €29.90 / 978-1-405-19359-7 • Cl • €71.90

Research Methods in Sociolinguistics   A Practical Guide

EDITED BY JANET HOLMES & KIRK HAZEN Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; West Virginia University, USA

✤✤ Written by a team of twenty leading linguists, this practical guide to sociolinguistic research methods equips readers with a full set of data collection and analysis techniques ✤✤ Explores anthropological and scientific methods across the spectrum of contemporary sociolinguistics – from the study of style and discourse analysis to the study of phonetics

  

✤✤ Details the types of data available, and explains in clear and accessible terms the various collection methods ranging from sociolinguistic interviews to linguistic landscapes ✤✤ Includes useful summaries, analysis examples from numerous languages, seasoned advice and troubleshooting tips, and ideas for research projects READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduate students, postgraduates, researchers, and faculty in sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology SERIES: GUIDES TO RESEARCH METHODS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

Oct 2013 • 328PP • 978-0-470-67361-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-470-67360-7 • Cl • €TBA

The Language of Queen Elizabeth I    A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Royal Style and Identity

MEL EVANS University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Presents one of the first diachronic accounts of the language – the idiolect – of Elizabeth I ✤✤ Argues that Elizabeth I was a leader of language innovation and change, using it to build her complex social identity as a female monarch in a masculine position of power ✤✤ Establishes Elizabeth I's participation in ten morpho-syntactic changes, and analyzes her spelling practice along with a number of her letters, speeches, and translations   

✤✤ Debates the significance of style as a linguistic and material property in our account of language variation and change READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and faculty of sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, corpus linguistics, and Early Modern studies, within linguistics, English language, and history SERIES: PUBLICATIONS OF THE PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY

oct 2013 • 264PP • 978-1-118-67287-7 • Pr • €TBA

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Linguistics

The Companion to Language Assessment  

4 volume set

EDITED BY ANTONY JOHN KUNNAN Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

✤✤ A state-of-the-art reference work exploring the crucial topics for practitioners and scholars of language teaching and assessment, their impact on language learners, and specific approaches to assessment employed around the world ✤✤ Includes 140 thematically-organized chapters exploring the contexts where assessment occurs including learners and their abilities; developmental tools and approaches to assessment; quantitative, qualitative, and interdisciplinary approaches to evaluation and language assessment in 35 languages ✤✤ Brings together an international team of scholars under the editorship of Antony John Kunnan, one of the leading scholars in this field ✤✤ Available as a four-volume print set or electronically via Wiley Online Library; both versions are supplemented with additional online audio and video materials, sample tests, quantitative and qualitative research data, and an extensive reference list ✤✤ Combines the leading voices and cutting-edge research in a reference work spanning the fields of language teaching and learning, language policy and planning, testing and evaluation, and education READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, faculty, and researchers in language and educational teaching and assessment, applied linguistics, and in language policy and planning; language practitioners and professionals in government and assessment agencies

Nov 2013 • 2048PP • 978-0-470-65533-7 • Cl • €TBA

An Introduction to Japanese Linguistics  NEW EDITION 3rd Edition

NATSUKO TSUJIMURA Indiana University at Bloomington, USA

✤✤ A fully updated new edition of this successful textbook which introduces students to a broad range of topics, phenomena, and terminology in Japanese linguistics ✤✤ Includes extensive revisions to the chapters on phonetics, syntax, and phonology, and incorporates a less theoretical, more descriptive approach ✤✤ Discusses first and/or second language acquisition within each chapter ✤✤ Features the author’s own data and examples throughout, and includes revised exercises exploring both descriptive and theoretical issues

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and above in Japanese linguistics or Japanese language; language teachers and linguists SERIES: BLACKWELL TEXTBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

Oct 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-444-33773-0 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-11065-5

The Handbook of Chinese Linguistics   EDITED BY C. T. JAMES HUANG, Y. H. AUDREY LI & ANDREW SIMPSON Harvard University, USA; University of Southern California, USA; University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ A unique and comprehensive introduction to Chinese linguistics from the perspective of modern theoretical and formal linguistics ✤✤ Offers a balanced introduction to some of the most important research results concerning Chinese linguistics carried out by theoretical linguists over the last thirty years ✤✤ Topics covered include syntax, morphology, phonetics, phonology, language acquisition, historical linguistics, and psycholinguistics ✤✤ Accessibly structured, with each chapter providing an outline and assessment of the major achievements, controversies, and competitive theories and analyses of research undertaken in each subject

  

READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, graduate students, researchers, and faculty within Chinese linguistics and theoretical linguistics SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

Dec 2013 • 600PP • 978-0-470-65534-4 • Cl • €142.00

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Linguistics

Quotatives   

New Trends and Sociolinguistic Implications

ISABELLE BUCHSTALLER Leipzig University, Germany

✤✤ Explores the rapid developments occurring in the area of linguistic quotative strategies – the system of reporting speech and thought within English and a number of other languages ✤✤ Offers particular focus on the diffusion of innovative variants and the systemic developments which result from the incursion of newcomer forms of languages

  

✤✤ Considers the phenomenon of ‘quotation’ from a wealth of perspectives, consolidating findings from different strands of research, and combining formal and functional approaches ✤✤ Establishes an interface between sociolinguistic research and other linguistic disciplines, in particular discourse analysis, typology, construction grammar, and more formal approaches READERSHIP: Graduate students, faculty, and researchers in sociolinguistics, language variation and change, discourse analysis, historical linguistics, and pragmatics within linguistics and language SERIES: LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY

Nov 2013 • 320PP • 978-0-470-65718-8 • Cl • €99.90

Introducción a la Sociolingüística Hispánica   MANUEL DÍAZ-CAMPOS Indiana University, USA

✤✤ A much-needed introduction for undergraduates to the study of sociolinguistics in the Spanishspeaking world, written in Spanish

Introducción a la Sociolingüística Hispánica

✤✤ Provides up-to-date coverage of the main topics of sociolinguistics – such as phonological variation, bilingualism, and language attitudes – in relation to the Hispanic world

    

✤✤ Offers a unique pedagogical approach, in which data analysis exercises encourage students to conduct research by using electronic databases, music, and audiovisual material ✤✤ Incorporates a variety of activities to support and extend student's learning, including chapter overviews, key terms, topic reviews, exercises, and questions READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Spanish; graduate students in Spanish linguistics

Nov 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-65802-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-470-65798-0 • Cl • €TBA

The Handbook of Spanish Second Language Acquisition   EDITED BY KIMBERLY L. GEESLIN Indiana University, USA

✤✤ Provides a unique and valuable collection of newly-commissioned articles in this subject, compiled and written by experts in the field ✤✤ Offers a critical account of significant developments across fields relevant to the study of second language Spanish, each of which has seen ground-breaking empirical research in the past decade   

✤✤ Covers a broad range of issues including current theoretical approaches, alongside individual entries on topics such as the sound system, morpho-syntax, and instructed language learning ✤✤ Presents methodological approaches spanning the active areas of research in language acquisition READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students of Spanish; researchers and faculty working on applied issues of second language acquisition within Hispanic linguistics, linguistics, and language SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

Nov 2013 • 592PP • 978-0-470-67443-7 • Cl • €TBA

Pura vida   

Beginning Spanish 1st Edition with accompanying Audio

LOPEZ-BURTON ✤✤ A rich, culture-based programme for those beginning Spanish, featuring true-to-life portrayals of Latin American and Spanish cultures

Pura vida

✤✤ Supports the five goals of the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning - communication, culture, connections, comparisons and communities

   

✤✤ Departs from prevalent portrayals of el mundo hispano or pan-latinidad to illustrate the differences among the twenty-one Spanish-speaking countries READERSHIP: Students beginning to study Spanish

Dec 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-118-08710-7 • Cl • €112.00

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PAUL J. WOOD The Open University, UK

✤✤ Explores the origins, influences, and evolving relationship between the Western canon of art as it has developed since the Renaissance and the art and culture of other societies – including Islamic, Far Eastern, American, and African

Western Art and the Wider World

✤✤ Builds connections between areas of study in modern art which often remain separate ✤✤ Draws together the latest academic debates, offering an original synthesis, opening up questions, and highlighting connections in Western and non-Western art in an accessible manner

    

✤✤ Written by a well-known art historian and co-editor of the seminal Art in Theory volumes READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in modern art and art history; also as a reference for academics and graduate students

Dec 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-444-33392-3 • Pr • €25.90 / 978-1-444-33391-6 • Cl • €65.90

World Cinema through Global Genres   WILLIAM V. COSTANZO Westchester Community College, USA

✤✤ Innovative pedagogical approach that uses genre to teach the more unfamiliar subject of world cinema ✤✤ A cluster-based organization provides a solid framework for students to acquire a sharper understanding of core issues that apply to all films around the world ✤✤ A “deep focus” section in each chapter gives students information and insights about important regions of filmmaking (India, China, Japan, and Latin America) that tend to be underrepresented in world cinema classes ✤✤ Case studies allow students to focus on important and accessible individual films that exemplify important traditions and trends

Cultural Studies

Western Art and the Wider World   

World Cinema through Global Genres

    

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in world cinema and/or film genre; interested film buffs

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-71292-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-1-118-71291-7 • Cl • €TBA

A Companion to Fritz Lang   EDITED BY JOE MCELHANEY McGill University, Canada

✤✤ A comprehensive assessment of one of cinema’s most influential figures ✤✤ Key scholars share their newest insights, including Tom Gunning, Janet Bergstrom, and Chris Fujiwara ✤✤ Features translated contributions from writers rarely rendered in English such as Nicole Brenez and Paolo Berletto ✤✤ Multinational and multi-perspectival analysis of Lang's oeuvre, including all his key films READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in cinema history, film genre, German Expressionism, and auteur theory SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

Oct 2013 • 560PP • 978-0-470-67097-2 • Cl • €172.00

  

A Companion to Jean-Luc Godard   EDITED BY T. JEFFERSON KLINE & TOM CONLEY Boston University, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Presents a compendium of original essays offering invaluable insights into the life and works of one of the most important and influential filmmakers in the history of cinema ✤✤ Provides readers with both an in-depth reading of Godard’s major films and a sense of his evolution from the New Wave to his later political periods ✤✤ Brings fresh insights into the great director's biography, including reflections on his personal philosophy, politics, and connections to other critics and filmmakers ✤✤ Explores many of the 80 features Godard made in nearly 60 years, and includes coverage of his recent work in video

  

READERSHIP: Scholars, graduate, and advanced undergraduate students of cinema, French cinema, and film directors SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

Nov 2013 • 560PP • 978-0-470-65926-7 • Cl • €TBA

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Cultural Studies / Communication Studies

A Companion to Michael Haneke  

new in paperback

EDITED BY ROY GRUNDMANN Boston University, USA

✤✤ Introduces one of the most important directors to have emerged on the global cinema scene in the past fifteen years ✤✤ Caters to students and scholars of Haneke at a time when interest in the director and his work is soaring ✤✤ Includes exclusive interviews with Michael Haneke, including an interview discussion of White Ribbon

  

✤✤ Considers themes, topics, and subjects that have formed the nucleus of the director’s life's work: the fate of European cinema, Haneke in Hollywood, pornography, alienation, citizenship, colonialism, and the gaze of surveillance READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, graduate students, and scholars in film studies SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

Dec 2013 • 656PP • 978-1-118-72348-7 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18800-5

Song, Songs, and Singing   JEANETTE BICKNELL & JOHN A. FISHER Independent Scholar; University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

✤✤ Offers ground-breaking theories of the appreciation of rock recordings, the ethical implications of popular songs, the ontology of ephemeral artworks, the ontological status of cover versions, and of how a genre of popular music can both express and be a function of its social context

Song, Songs, and Singing

✤✤ Provides an interdisciplinary point-of-view with essays encompassing aesthetics, philosophy of music, cultural studies, and musicology

    

✤✤ New essays by leading philosophers of art, including Peter Kivy on “realistic song” in film, Jerrold Levinson on jazz singing, Lee B. Brown on the “minstrel hypothesis” in popular music, and Ted Gracyk on linguistic pragmatics and song meaning READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in philosophy of art, philosophy of music, popular music studies, and music appreciation SERIES: JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM

MAR 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-52467-1 • Pr • €34.90

Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life   JOHN BALDWIN, ALBERTO GONZALEZ, ROBIN R. MEANS COLEMAN & Suchitra Shenoy-Packer

Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life

Illinois State University, USA; Bowling Green State University, USA; University of Michigan, USA; DePaul University, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough introduction to inter- and cross-cultural concepts for beginning students with a focus on practical application and social action ✤✤ Defines “communication” broadly using authors from a variety of sub disciplines and incorporating scientific, humanistic, and critical theory

    

✤✤ Constructs a complex version of culture using real stories from around the world that represent a variety of differences, including age, sex, race, religion, and sexual orientation ✤✤ Weaves pedagogy throughout the text with student-centered examples, text boxes, applications, critical thinking questions, a glossary of key terms, and online resources for students and instructors READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in introductory intercultural communication in communication, business, and public relations

dec 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-444-33236-0 • Pr • €44.90

Global Communication   

NEW EDITION

Theories, Stakeholders and Trends 4th Edition

THOMAS L. MCPHAIL University of Missouri– St. Louis, USA

Global Communication

✤✤ A new edition of the most definitive text on multi-national communication and media conglomerates, each chapter updated with extensive new details ✤✤ Includes new information on the phone hacking scandal by News Corporation’s employees in the UK ✤✤ Explains the significant changes in the communication industry both in the US and elsewhere

    

✤✤ Chronicles the continuing story of the development of Arab media with new coverage of the Arab Spring READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking courses in global communication studies, international media studies, journalism, or international relations

dec 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-118-62202-5 • Pr • €32.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33030-4

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NEW EDITION

An Introduction 2nd Edition

BRIAN L. OTT & ROBERT L. MACK University of Colorado, Denver, USA; University of Texas at Austin, USA

✤✤ Presents readers with a comprehensive introduction to a diverse range of critical approaches to the field of media studies that is written in an engaging and accessible manner

Critical Media Studies

✤✤ Revised and updated with a new chapter on sociological analysis that reveals how audiences use media in their everyday lives to manage social roles, relationships, and contexts ✤✤ Features systematic updates to the majority of the examples in the book to reflect contemporary industry standards, textual forms, and audience behaviors

    

✤✤ Includes the addition of more global examples for international appeal READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in introduction to media studies, introduction to mass communication, media and society, communication and popular culture

Dec 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-55397-8 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16186-2

new in paperback The Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility  

EDITED BY ØYVIND IHLEN, JENNIFER BARTLETT & STEVE MAY Norwegian School of Management, Norway; Queensland University of Technology, Australia; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

✤✤ The definitive research collection for corporate social responsibility communication, offering 28 essays from scholars working all over the world ✤✤ Fills a gap in the existing CSR literature, offering cross-disciplinary and international perspectives ✤✤ Demonstrates the relevance of effective CSR communication for the management of organizations ✤✤ Contributions come from top scholars in public relations, organizational communication, reputation management, and marketing

  

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of communication, management, public relations, marketing, organizational communication, business, business ethics, corporate governance, sustainability, corporate law, non-profit leadership, philosophy, political science, economics, and sociology SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

Communication Studies

Critical Media Studies  

Nov 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-72138-4 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33634-4

The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media  

new in paperback

EDITED BY KAREN ROSS University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Brings together a collection of cutting-edge research exploring the broad relationship between gender, sex, and media in 26 essays from leading global scholars ✤✤ Moves beyond associating gender with man/woman and instead considers the relationship between the construction of gender norms, biological sex, and the mediation of sex and sexuality ✤✤ Offers original insights into the complex relations which exist between gender, sex, and the media ✤✤ Essay topics range from the continuing sexism of TV advertising to ways in which the internet is facilitating the (re)invention of our sexual selves

  

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of media studies, gender studies, popular culture, queer studies, and sociology SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

Nov 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-118-72148-3 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33854-6

The Handbook of Media Audiences   new in paperback EDITED BY VIRGINIA NIGHTINGALE University of Western Sydney, Australia

✤✤ Details the study of audiences and how it is changing in relation to digital media ✤✤ Recognizes and appreciates valuable traditional approaches and identifies how they can be applied to, and evolve with, the changing media world ✤✤ Offers diverse perspectives on the ways in which being an audience, theorizing audiences, researching audiences, and doing audience research are approached today ✤✤ Argues that the field works best by identifying particular ‘audience problems’ and applying the best theories and research methods available to solving them

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in media, cultural studies, media ethnography, media production, and communication SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK SERIES (IAMCR)

Nov 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-72139-1 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18418-2

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Communication Studies / Media

The Handbook of Global Communication and Media Ethics  

new in paperback

Volumes I & II

EDITED BY ROBERT S. FORTNER & P. MARK FACKLER International Center for Media Studies (ICMS), USA; Calvin College, USA

✤✤ A groundbreaking, two volume handbook providing a comprehensive picture of the ethical dimensions of communication in a global setting

  

✤✤ Brings together scholars from around the world to examine ethical issues raised by globalization, the practice of journalism, popular culture, and media activities from both a theoretical and practical approach ✤✤ Illustrated with international case studies on reporting, censorship, responsibility, terrorism, and disenfranchisement, among others READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and professionals in global communication and media ethics SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

Nov 2013 • 1040PP • 978-1-118-72137-7 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18812-8

The Handbook of Media and Mass Communication Theory   EDITED BY ROBERT S. FORTNER & P. MARK FACKLER

The Handbook of Media and Mass Communication Theory

International Center for Media Studies (ICMS), USA; Calvin College, USA

✤✤ Includes essays from a variety of global contexts, from Asia and the Middle East to the Americas ✤✤ Gives niche theories new life in several essays that use them to illuminate their application in specific contexts ✤✤ Features coverage of a wide variety of theoretical perspectives

    

✤✤ Pays close attention to the use of theory in understanding new communication contexts, such as social media READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in media and mass communication, political science, sociology, and psychology SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

Dec 2013 • 1200PP • 978-0-470-67505-2 • Cl • €TBA

The Media of Photography   DIARMUID COSTELLO University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Critically examines classic and influential arguments in philosophy of photography ✤✤ Highlights philosophically neglected elements of photographic art, such as performativity and self-portraiture ✤✤ Offers new perspectives on the impact of digital technologies on photography ✤✤ Closely connects philosophical theory to the details of photographic practice   

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in aesthetics, particularly in the philosophy of photography SERIES: JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM

Mar 2012 • 300PP • 978-1-118-26901-5 • Pr • €34.90

Clint Eastwood’s America   

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SAM B. GIRGUS Vanderbilt University, USA

✤✤ Provides a fresh interpretation of Eastwood’s career set against the socio-political landscape of the United States over the past five decades ✤✤ Covers the broad range of Eastwood's films and career ✤✤ Includes close and careful examination of a number of films, such as Unforgiven, Million Dollar Baby, and Letters from Iwo Jima ✤✤ Written by a well-established author, known and respected for his work on American films   

READERSHIP: Students of film studies, American studies, and popular culture; academics in media and cultural studies; general readers SERIES: PALS-POLITY AMERICA THROUGH THE LENS SERIES

Nov 2013 • 320PP • 978-0-745-65041-8 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65040-1 • Cl • €TBA

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Media

Going Viral    KARINE NAHON & JEFF HEMSLEY Both of the University of Washington, USA

✤✤ This book is the first account of the phenomenon of virality – that is, of how and why some videos, tweets and other forms of information go viral online ✤✤ The authors analyse the factors that help to determine why some things go viral online and others don’t, including the characteristics of networks, the role of gatekeepers, the significance of word of mouth, bandwagon effects, homophily and interest networks ✤✤ They use many topical examples to develop their analysis and show its relevance, such as the Joseph Kony video and news of the death of Osama Bin Laden

  

READERSHIP: Students in media studies, communications studies, information sciences and the social sciences generally and interested general readers

NOV 2013 • 192PP • 978-0-745-67129-1 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-67128-4 • Cl • €TBA

The Music Industry   

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Music in the Cloud 2nd Edition

PATRIK WIKSTRÖM Queensland University of Technology, Australia

✤✤ Provides an international overview of the music industry and its future prospects in the world of global entertainment ✤✤ Designed as a standard work on the music industry for use as a textbook ✤✤ Second edition has been fully revised with expanded sections on the structure of the music industry, online business models and the links between social media and music

  

READERSHIP: Level 2/3 undergraduates taking courses on popular music, music industries, sociology of music, music management, cultural/creative industries SERIES: DMS – DIGITAL MEDIA AND SOCIETY

Jul 2013 • 216PP • 978-0-745-66418-7 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66417-0 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-64390-8 / CL 978-0-745-64389-2

Radio in the Digital Age  

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Andrew Dubber Birmingham City University, UK

✤✤ Latest book in the acclaimed Digital Media and Society series ✤✤ Comprehensive and sophisticated exploration of radio’s place in the modern media landscape ✤✤ Integrated approach, considering both analogue and digital radio, and assessing the status of the medium of radio in light of the latest technological innovations READERSHIP: Students taking courses on digital media, music industries, radio and broadcasting

NOV 2013 • 208PP • 978-0-745-66197-1 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-66196-4 • CL • €TBA   

Television and the Meaning of Live   

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An Enquiry into the Human Situation

PADDY SCANNELL University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ A major contribution to our understanding of the media today ✤✤ Written by a leading expert in the field of worldwide reputation ✤✤ Compelling assessment of the contemporary human situation as disclosed by television READERSHIP: Upper level students and scholars of media, communication and television studies

nov 2013 • 272PP • 978-0-745-66255-8 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66254-1 • Cl • €71.90   

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Media

Media and the City   

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Cosmopolitanism and Difference

MYRIA GEORGIOU London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤✤ An exciting and much-needed volume in an area of growing research interest ✤✤ Offers a systematic introduction to the topic of the mediated city, and ways of addressing the interconnections between media and the urban ✤✤ Simultaneously makes a clear contribution to moving forward the debates relating to the media, citizenship and urbanity   

✤✤ Grounds its discussion in closely viewed concrete examples from the streets of real cities READERSHIP: Upper level students taking courses on media and the city, urban communication, global media and communication, and sociology of the media SERIES: PGMC – POLITY GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SERIES

Nov 2013 • 192PP • 978-0-745-64856-9 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64855-2 • Cl • €TBA

Digital Media Ethics   

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2nd Edition

CHARLES ESS University of Oslo, Norway

✤✤ New edition of the first textbook on the central ethical issues of digital media, ranging from privacy and copyright, to pornography and privacy ✤✤ Uses a wealth of contemporary issues and illustrations to engage readers with recognisable ethical dilemmas

  

✤✤ Employs pedagogical resources interactively throughout the text, all of which are completely integrated into the discussion ✤✤ Written by one of the leading scholars in the field READERSHIP: Students of new media, communication studies, information studies and philosophy, in particular taking a module on information and computer ethics within any of these areas SERIES: DMS – DIGITAL MEDIA AND SOCIETY

oct 2013 • 280PP • 978-0-745-65606-9 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65605-2 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-64164-5 / CL 978-0-745-64163-8

Beyond Consumer Capitalism   

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Media and the Limits to Imagination

JUSTIN LEWIS Cardiff University, UK

✤✤ Argument-driven book that analyses the role of media industries in consumer capitalism ✤✤ Lewis argues that we need to move beyond consumer capitalism as it has become unsustainable ✤✤ Cutting edge topic that also considers the environmental impact of consumer capitalism ✤✤ Suggests a way forward by calling for a change in the way we organize media and communications READERSHIP: Students of media and cultural studies taking courses on media industries, environment and the media, consumer culture   

oct 2013 • 223PP • 978-0-745-65024-1 • Pr • €23.90 / 978-0-745-65023-4 • Cl • €71.90

New Media, Development and Globalization   polity Making Connections in the Global South

DON SLATER London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤✤ An original path-breaking intervention into how we think about new media and its role in development ✤✤ Shows in theoretical and practical terms how current thinking about new media and development is blinding us to complex global patterns of social action ✤✤ Draws on more than ten years of fieldwork carried out in Latin America, West Africa and South Asia   

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READERSHIP: Students and scholars of development studies, media and communications studies, anthropology, and sociology

Nov 2013 • 232PP • 978-0-745-63833-1 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-63832-4 • Cl • €TBA


NEW EDITION

Theorists, Concepts, and their Applicability to the Twenty-First Century 2nd Edition

MICHELE DILLON University of New Hampshire, USA

✤✤ An extensively revised introduction to classical and contemporary sociological theory, popular due to its wide-ranging discussion, attractive design, and everyday illustrative examples ✤✤ Includes new examples of contemporary economic, social, and cultural changes and tensions in China, South Korea, India, Latin America, and the Middle East ✤✤ Features a new chapter on global risk and culture

  

✤✤ Supports students and instructors with an array of study features and online materials, many of which are new to this edition, including review questions at the end of each chapter

Sociology

Introduction to Sociological Theory  

READERSHIP: Introductory-level undergraduates in courses on sociological theory within sociology and related courses

Dec 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-47192-0 • Pr • €35.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17002-4

Making Capitalism Fit For Society   

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COLIN CROUCH University of Warwick, UK and Max-Planck-Institute for Social Research at Cologne

✤✤ Colin Crouch is one of the world's leading authorities on the relations between economics, politics and society ✤✤ This book is a highly original critique of the devastating social effects of capitalism as it currently operates, and in particular the dysfunctional character of the financial sector, the power of the large corporations and the inequality between rich and poor ✤✤ The book develops a bold agenda to show how capitalism can be adapted for the purposes of building a better and fairer society – what he describes as an ‘assertive social democracy'

  

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, politics, economics, business management studies, and general readers interested in politics and current affairs

SEP 2013 • 216PP • 978-0-745-67223-6 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-67222-9 • Cl • €TBA

Does the Richness of the Few Benefit Us All?   

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ZYGMUNT BAUMAN Universities of Leeds, UK and Warsaw, Poland

✤✤ Zygmunt Bauman is one of the most original and influential social thinkers of our time ✤✤ Renowned sociologist, Zygmunt Bauman, reflects upon the startling and worrying facts of social inequality of which we have become so conscious in the last decade ✤✤ Bauman debunks a number of common and widespread myths that support inequality - including the idea that the richness of the few benefits everyone   

READERSHIP: Students in sociology, politics and related subjects and interested general readers

Jun 2013 • 112PP • 978-0-745-67109-3 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-67108-6 • Cl • €TBA

What Use is Sociology?   

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Conversations with Michael Hviid Jacobsen and Keith Tester

ZYGMUNT BAUMAN, MICHAEL HVIID JACOBSEN & KEITH TESTER Universities of Leeds, UK and Warsaw, Poland; Aalborg University, Denmark; University of Hull, UK

✤✤ In conversation with two fellow sociologists, Bauman reflects on the enduring value and importance of the sociological imagination

What Use is Sociology?

✤✤ This book is Bauman's clearest statement of the principles which underpin his distinctive sociological approach ✤✤ What Use Is Sociology? will become essential reading for students of sociology and for anyone seeking to understand how sociology can empower us as human beings

   

READERSHIP: Students in sociology and related subjects and interested general readers

NOV 2013 • 180PP • 978-0-745-67125-3 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-67124-6 • Cl • €TBA

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Sociology

The Killing Fields of Inequality  

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GÖRAN THERBORN University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ This book provides a timely and up-to-date analysis of global inequality in its many different forms

The Killing Fields of Inequality

✤✤ Therborn shows that inequality kills: millions of people around the world die premature deaths because of it ✤✤ Therborn argues that inequality is not just about money: it’s also human dignity, as human lives are stunted by the humiliations and degradations of inequality

   

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, politics and related subjects, and interested general readers

NOV 2013 • 180PP • 978-0-745-66259-6 • PR • €TBA / 978-0-745-66258-9 • Cl • €TBA

Distant Love   

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Personal Life in the Global Age

ULRICH BECK & ELISABETH BECK-GERNSHEIM Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany; Friedrich Alexander University, Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany

✤✤ A major new work by two leading social thinkers exploring the impact of globalization on the nature of love and family life ✤✤ Explores the ways in which modern relationships have become stretched across spatial distances- e.g. marriages that cross continents and cultures, relationships that depend on Skype, migrant workers who leave their children behind, etc   

✤✤ Provides a highly original analysis of the current state of what they call ‘world families’, by which they mean relationships of love and family life between people living in, or coming from, different countries or continents READERSHIP: First year undergraduates and above in sociology, social theory, gender studies and politics

OCT 2013 • 256PP • 978-0-745-66181-0 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66180-3 • Cl • €TBA

Concepts of the Self   

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3rd Edition

ANTHONY ELLIOTT University of South Australia, Australia

✤✤ New edition of a successful introduction to a core theme in the social sciences ✤✤ Offers a clear introduction to complex ideas, written by an internationally renowned author ✤✤ Has been fully revised and updated, incorporating a new chapter on individualization, and a challenge to emerging ‘anti-theories of the self’

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduates of sociology, psychology, cultural studies and gender studies SERIES: POLITY KEY CONCEPTS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES SERIES

OCT 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-66189-6 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66188-9 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: PR 978-0-745-63946-8 / CL 978-0-745-63945-1

Party & Society   

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Reconstructing a Sociology of Democratic Party Politics

CEDRIC DE LEON Providence College, USA

✤✤ Provides a timely and long-anticipated overview of how to think about political parties and their roles in society ✤✤ Offers indispensable introductions to and critical analysis of diverse theories of party-state relations ✤✤ Draws on illuminating global examples, from traditional parties of Western democracies, to international groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood   

READERSHIP: Upper-level students of political sociology, political science and related subjects SERIES: PPSS – POLITY POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY SERIES

nov 2013 • 176PP • 978-0-745-65369-3 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65368-6 • Cl • €TBA

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Sociological Perspectives 2nd edition

STEPH LAWLER Newcastle University, UK

✤✤ New edition of a popular and highly readable examination of debates surrounding identity ✤✤ Shows how identity is part of the fabric of society, and integral to social relations – critical to how we understand the social world ✤✤ Covers all the core topics covered by courses in this field, with a new chapter on identity politics. Essential reading on upper-level courses across the social sciences that focus on identity

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and above taking courses on identity in modern society, in sociology, cultural studies, social psychology and related social science disciplines

DEC 2013 • 208PP • 978-0-745-65416-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65415-7 • Cl • €TBA

Sociology

Identity   

Replaces ISBN: PR 978-0-745-63576-7 / CL 978-0-745-63575-0

Globalization and Work   

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STEVE WILLIAMS, HARRIET BRADLEY, RANJI DEVADSON & MARK ERICKSON Portsmouth Business School, UK; University of the West of England, Bristol, UK; Bath Spa University, UK; University of Brighton, UK

✤✤ An ambitious textbook introduction to the broad intersections between globalization and the world of work ✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics, including some at the cutting-edge of work in this field, such as transnational workers ✤✤ Richly illustrated with interesting original examples, including a real commitment to empirical case studies from outside the Western world READERSHIP: Students of work, international human resource management, globalization and employment relations in schools of sociology and business/management

  

Dec 2013 • 295PP • 978-0-745-65212-2 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65211-5 • Cl • €TBA

Cities by Design   

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The Social Life of Urban Form

Fran Tonkiss London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤✤ Very clearly written textbook that explores the social design of cities ✤✤ Covers the key aspects of contemporary urbanization that are shaping this field of study, such as sustainability and urban growth ✤✤ Highlights the crucial role cities play in addressing current concerns such as environmental challenges, economic inequality and social injustice READERSHIP: Upper-level students of urban sociology, urban geography, environmental and urban studies, architecture, urban design, policy and planning

  

DEC 2013 • 200PP • 978-0-745-64898-9 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64897-2 • Cl • €TBA

Race and Immigration   

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Nazli Kibria, Cara Bowman & Megan O’Leary All of Boston University, USA

✤✤ An insightful new book offering a fresh perspective on immigration and its part in shaping the racial landscape of the US today ✤✤ Demonstrates the important implications immigration has for the character and role of race in US life, including patterns of racial inequality and racial identity ✤✤ Explores key aspects of the immigrant experience such as immigration laws, immigrant communities, and the perceived crisis of unauthorized immigration READERSHIP: Upper-level students of immigration, race and ethnicity and related courses SERIES: PIMS – Polity Immigration and Society series

  

Nov 2013 • 216PP • 978-0-745-64792-0 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64791-3 • Cl • €TBA

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Sociology / SOCIAL WORK / Politics

Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System   FREDERIC S. LEE University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA

✤✤ Examines markets, competition, and market governance from a critical, heterodox perspective ✤✤ Explores modelling the economy as a social system, taking the view that markets are social, and not natural institutions ✤✤ Reasons that markets must be carefully crafted, and competition suitably regulated   

✤✤ Argues that mainstream macroeconomic modelling of the economy is incoherent and should be replaced with a heterodox model of the economy as a social system READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and researchers in industrial economics/organization and social economics within economics and sociology SERIES: STUDIES IN ECONOMIC REFORM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

OCT 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-69157-1 • Pr • €TBA / 978-1-118-69162-5 • Cl • €TBA

Disasters and Politics  

Materials, Preparedness and Governance

EDITED BY MANUEL TIRONI, ISRAEL RODRÍGUEZ-GIRALT & MICHAEL GUGGENHEIM Goldsmiths, University of London, UK; Open University of Catalonia, Spain; Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile

✤✤ Takes an innovative approach to the relationship between disasters and the nature, composition, and effects of politics

Disasters and Politics

✤✤ Brings together a team of experts to scrutinize how events of radical disruption enable a re-evaluation and redefinition of the political, and the tools and processes through which this happens

   

✤✤ Comparative case studies give an unrivalled geographic scope, covering Australia, Europe, South America, the United Kingdom, and the United States ✤✤ Brings together multi-disciplinary perspectives to stimulate broader sociological debate READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of political sociology, science and technology studies, and disaster studies within sociology, politics, geography, and planning SERIES: SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW MONOGRAPHS

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-53139-6 • Pr • €23.90

Reflective Practice   

polity

JANET HARGREAVES & Louise Page University of Huddersfield, UK

✤✤ Gives students and professionals a clear, accessible guide to an increasingly essential set of skills for health and social care ✤✤ Gives readers a toolkit to enable them to learn from their own professional experiences ✤✤ Ideally suited to the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of working and learning READERSHIP: Health and social care practitioners, including students at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels, educators and managers SERIES: KEY THEMES IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE   

Oct 2013 • 214PP • 978-0-745-65424-9 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65423-2 • Cl • €TBA

A Norwegian Tragedy   

polity

Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utøya

AAGE BORCHGREVINK ✤✤ This is an authoritative account of the life and mind of Anders Behring Breivik – the Norwegian who, on 22 July 2011, carried out one of the most vicious terrorist acts in post-war Europe ✤✤ Borchgrevink examines the city in which Anders Breivik grew up, as well as his pastimes and childhood experiences, to try to uncover the reasons for his transformation from a normal middleclass kid into a violent terrorist

  

✤✤ The and and and

author carefully reconstructs the events of 22 July 2011, oscillating between Breivik's narrative his victims’ minute-to-minute accounts. As well as providing an in-depth account of Breivik's life the events on that tragic day, the author also examines the wider issues of anti-Islamic hatred right-wing movements

READERSHIP: General readership interested in this particular tragedy, Anders Breivik, Norwegian politics and sociology more widely

Nov 2013 • 300PP • 978-0-745-67220-5 • Cl • €TBA

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polity

Politics

Turbulent and Mighty Continent   What Future for Europe?

Anthony Giddens ✤✤ Anthony Giddens is one of the most influential sociologists writing today – his previous books, like The Third Way and The Politics of Climate Change, have been at the heart of public debate and policy-making around the world ✤✤ This book is a major intervention in the debate about the future of Europe at a crucial moment, when the EU is mired in the greatest crisis of its history

Turbulent and Mighty Continent

✤✤ Giddens argues that it is a mistake to see the Euro’s misfortunes as a specifically European problem: the EU faces problems shared by almost all developed countries today

   

READERSHIP: Students of politics, sociology, and anyone interested in the fate of the European Union

NOV 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-68096-5 • CL • €TBA

Governing Global Land Deals   The Role of the State in the Rush for Land

EDITED BY WENDY WOLFORD, SATURNINO M. BORRAS, JR., RUTH HALL, IAN SCOONES & BEN WHITE Cornell University, USA; International Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands; University of the Western Cape, South Africa; University of Sussex, UK; International Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands

✤✤ Reframes debates on global land grabs by focusing on the relationship between large-scale land deals and processes of governance ✤✤ Illuminates both the micro-processes of transaction and expropriation, as well as the broader structural forces at play in global land deals   

✤✤ Provides new empirical data on the different actors involved in contemporary land deals occurring across the globe and focuses on their specific institutional, political, and economic contexts READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and researchers of development, agrarian change, and globalization within development studies, political science, sociology, geography, and anthropology SERIES: DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE SPECIAL ISSUES

Oct 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-68826-7 • Pr • €TBA

The Correspondence of John Campbell MP, with his Family, Henry Fox, Sir Robert Walpole and the Duke of Newcastle 1734-1771   EDITED BY JOHN E. DAVIES County Archivist of Carmarthenshire, UK

✤✤ Compiles John Campbell’s political letters and writings for the first time, delivering rare and significant insights into eighteenth-century English politics ✤✤ Offers clarity and context behind the politics of a period when Parliament had placed an embargo on the reporting of political debates   

✤✤ Contains a wealth of correspondence, including letters to his son, and to his friend and political ally Henry Fox, all published together as a single collection for the first time READERSHIP: Academics and scholars studying and researching political history of the mid-eighteenth century and parliamentary history SERIES: PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY BOOK SERIES

Oct 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-71062-3 • Pr • €TBA

The Politics of European Integration   ANDREW GLENCROSS University of Aberdeen, UK

✤✤ A systematic, up-to-date exploration of the politics of European integration offering balanced coverage of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Union ✤✤ Examines European integration as a contested political process that continues to divide and inspire nations, citizens, and politicians ✤✤ Considers why the EU functions as it currently does, the politics behind legislation, debates over foreign policy, proposals for institutional reform, and the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis ✤✤ Enhances research and understanding outside of the classroom with a fully integrated companion website for instructors and students, complete with chapter-by-chapter resources and information

The Politics of European Integration

    

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and above studying the European Union, European integration, or comparative politics within European studies, politics, and international relations

Dec 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-405-19394-8 • Pr • €23.90 / 978-1-405-19395-5 • Cl • €65.90

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Politics

Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America   EDITED BY ERIC A. JOHNSON, RICARDO SALVATORE & PIETER SPIERENBURG Central Michigan University, USA; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina; Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America

✤✤ Provides a thorough assessment of state-supported murder and violence in Latin America, revealing the complexity of an issue at the forefront of life there today ✤✤ Examines the trajectory of hostility in the region over the past two centuries and explores theories and trends regarding violence since the end of colonial rule

   

✤✤ Covers topics including ‘the disappeared’, the rise of drug cartels and narco-violence, physical violence against wives, the sentencing of violent crimes, genocide, and state terrorism ✤✤ Explains and applies macro-level theories regarding the rise of civilization, state building, and violence to contemporary Latin America READERSHIP: Academics, researchers and scholars studying violence, culture, and politics in contemporary Latin America in departments of history, politics, anthropology, and Latin American studies SERIES: Bulletin of Latin American Research Book Series

Aug 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-65735-5 • Pr • €TBA

Strategy   

polity

Key Thinkers

TOM KANE University of Hull, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive overview of the ways in which major thinkers throughout history have contributed crucial insights on strategy and warfare ✤✤ This wide-ranging book brings philosophers and thinkers from Sun Tzu to Clausewitz to bear on contemporary strategic issues, shedding historical light on present-day problems

  

✤✤ Synthesises a vast range historical material, exploring similarities and differences across the work of the thinkers in question READERSHIP: Students taking courses in strategic and security studies, international politics and international relations SERIES: PKT – POLITY KEY THINKERS

NOV 2013 • 240PP • 978-0-745-64354-0 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64353-3 • Cl • €TBA

Global Governance at Risk   

polity

DAVID HELD & CHARLES ROGER Durham University, UK; University of British Columbia, Canada

✤✤ A major new collection examining the economic and political challenges currently faced by multilateral and transnational governance institutions ✤✤ With original research contributions by an international group of renowned scholars, the book addresses the mounting problems affecting global governance institutions and puts forward strategies for making them more effective and accountable

  

✤✤ Offers the most comprehensive analysis thus far of the unique challenges to contemporary global governance arrangements READERSHIP: Students, scholars, lay readers and practitioners interested in politics and in particular in global governance issues

OCT 2013 • 220PP • 978-0-745-66525-2 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66524-5 • Cl • €TBA

The Horn of Africa   

polity

KIDANE MENGISTEAB

Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ A detailed analysis of the interlocked economic, security and environmental crises affecting one of the world’s most troubled regions ✤✤ Advocates a comprehensive approach to the region’s problems, emphasising the complex relationships between factors often seen as separate ✤✤ Sets out a range of recommendations for structural and institutional changes that, taken together, could help alleviate the dilemmas facing the Horn   

READERSHIP: Students of international and comparative politics, security and conflict studies, African studies, international development and related areas SERIES: GLOBAL POLITICAL HOT SPOTS

Oct 2013 • 280PP • 978-0-745-65122-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-65121-7 • Cl • €TBA

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polity

3rd Edition

EDITED BY CHRISTOPHER PIERSON, FRANCIS G. CASTLES & INGELA K. NAUMANN University of Nottingham, UK; Both of the University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Third edition of a widely used and highly respected reader ✤✤ Comprehensively overhauled to make sure content remains at the cutting edge of current arguments and practices relating to welfare ✤✤ With editorial overviews and commentary, it provides an excellent, comprehensive teaching text for undergraduate courses on the welfare state READERSHIP: Students of social policy and welfare, particularly at the second year and above, in sociology, social policy and politics departments

NOV 2013 • 504PP • 978-0-745-66369-2 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66368-5 • Cl • €TBA

  

REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-63556-9 / CL 978-0-745-63555-2

The Politics of Global Supply Chains   

polity

KATE MACDONALD University of Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ This is the first book to deal with ‘supply chain politics’ – a phrase that is becoming increasingly commonplace ✤✤ The book focuses primarily on coffee and garment supply chains, using these as case studies, showing how the political struggles within them both reflect and fuel the on-going re-shaping of global governance ✤✤ Drawing on over 300 interviews with a variety of links in these chains, the author shows how nonstate actors are increasingly affecting the patterns of global political power

Economics / Politics

The Welfare State Reader   

  

READERSHIP: Scholars and students of globalization, international political economy and development who are concerned with widely debated questions regarding the implications of globalization

Nov 2013 • 272PP • 978-0-745-66171-1 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66170-4 • Cl • €TBA

Gender and Global Justice   

polity

ALISON JAGGAR University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

✤✤ Sheds new light on the neglected gender dimensions of a key area of interest in political philosophy ✤✤ Overcomes narrow definitions of feminist scholarship on the subject, expanding to cover crucial social and economic issues ✤✤ Mounts a major conceptual challenge to presuppositions about the nature of justice that have underpinned the history of political thought READERSHIP: Upper-level students of political theory, gender studies, philosophy and related disciplines

DEC 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-66377-7 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66376-0 • Cl • €TBA

  

Economic Policy 76   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

  

READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and researchers in economics; economists in international economic agencies and research centres SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

Oct 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-444-35103-3 • Pr • €32.90

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Economics / Business

Econometric Analysis of Panel Data   5th Edition

BADI H. BALTAGI Syracuse University, USA

Econometric Analysis of Panel Data

✤✤ A new edition of a highly established text, written by one of the leading international researchers and writers on panel data ✤✤ Includes a new chapter entitled Spatial Panel Data ✤✤ Several chapters have been updated to include new material on non-stationary panels

   

✤✤ Features new empirical applications using Stata and EViews READERSHIP: Students taking courses in panel data and applied microeconometrics

Aug 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-67232-7 • Pr • €TBA

Developmental Economics   Theory, Empirical Research, and Policy Analysis

JULIE SCHAFFNER ✤✤ Offers a means to think about development and policy in a way that is disciplined by economic theory and informed by empirical research

Developmental Economics

✤✤ Designed to encourage readers to think rigorously using tools of economic analysis

   

✤✤ Helps to define development objectives, understand the development process, identify potential barriers to development, design candidate development interventions, and analyze the multidimensional impact of theory, empirical research and policy analysis within the study of economic development READERSHIP: Students studying Developmental Economics

Oct 2013 • 656PP • 978-0-470-59939-6 • Pr • €73.90

Introduction to Behavioral Economics   DAVID JUST ✤✤ Focuses on the broad principles of behavior, which are illustrated using real-world examples from experimental literature as well as experiential examples

Introduction to Behavioral Economics

✤✤ Real-world examples are drawn from news items, historical accounts and the economics literature ✤✤ Covers all the ways consumers and other economic agents behave in nonrational manner and prepares readers to make rational economic choices ✤✤ Provides experiments as a set of examples of the broader principles of behavior

   

READERSHIP: Students studying Behavioural Economics

Dec 2013 • 624PP • 978-0-470-59622-7 • Pr • €65.90

Project Management    Planning and Control Techniques 5th Edition

RORY BURKE Promatec International

✤✤ Reflects changes in the new versions of the bodies of knowledge of the PMI (American Project Management Institute) and the APM (British Association for Project Management) ✤✤ Features 7 additional chapters including expanded coverage of project methodology, project management process and knowledge area trade-offs   

✤✤ Includes new case studies from different industries together with numerous worked examples and practical exercises READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students studying project management, project managers, project management consultants, middle managers and professional trainers

Apr 2013 • 432PP • 978-1-118-56125-6 • Pr • €51.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-85124-1

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MITCHELL J. NEUBERT & BRUNO DYCK ✤✤ Presents two approaches to organizational behavior fostering students’ critical thinking – the conventional/traditional approach possesses solid theory while an emerging sustainable approach builds upon the foundation of the conventional approach ✤✤ Reflects current trends in both popular media and scholarly literature and contains features that will give students an engaging and positive classroom experience

Organizational Behavior

✤✤ ‘Road Maps’ feature at the beginning of each chapter, providing the same information as learning goals, but in a form that students have found to be more useful

   

✤✤ Inspiring Practitioner Examples include the best of proven OB practices as well as cutting edge examples from a diversity of organizational leaders READERSHIP: Students and Lecturers teaching Organizational Behaviour

Nov 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-15333-8 • Cl • €172.00

Information Security and Risk Management   MANISH AGRAWAL ✤✤ Adopts a technical rather than managerial focus, providing readers with the knowledge and skills needed to compete for and succeed in information security roles ✤✤ Introduces the concepts of information security, and gives the reader the opportunity to learn and practice system administration and other Information Technology skills ✤✤ Includes hands-on activities throughout as a critical means for readers to learn the material and remain engaged

Information Security and Risk Management

READERSHIP: Lecturers and students taking Business Data Communications courses

Finance / Business

Organizational Behavior  

   

Dec 2013 • 408PP • 978-1-118-33589-5 • PR • €99.90

Financial Reporting Handbook 2013   TECHNICAL EDITOR CLAIRE LOCKE Icaa (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia)

✤✤ Incorporates a comprehensive listing of Australian Accounting Standards and Interpretations applicable at 30 June 2013, as issued at 1 December 2012 ✤✤ The 2013 Edition features: ✤✤ The AASB conceptual framework, Accounting Standards and Interpretations applicable for the 2013 reporting season, including the compiled versions of Standards issued to 1 December 2012

Financial Reporting Handbook 2013

✤✤ AASB 10 Consolidated Financial Statements, AASB 11 Joint Arrangements, AASB 12 Disclosure of Interests in Other Entities, AASB 13 Fair Value Measurement and AASB 119 Employee Benefits, applicable from 1 January 2013, and AASB 9 Financial Instruments applicable from 1 January 2015

   

READERSHIP: Accountants, Lecturers and Students studying Accounting

May 2013 • 2136PP • 978-1-118-45234-9 • Pr • €105.00

Auditing, Assurance and Ethics Handbook   TECHNICAL EDITOR STEPHANIE KEMP Icaa (Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia)

✤✤ The 2013 Edition incorporates all of the Australian Auditing and Assurance Standards in Clarity format, Guidance Statements and Professional and Ethical Standards issued as at 1 December 2012 ✤✤ New to the 2013 Edition are: ✤✤ The Standard on Assurance Engagements ASAE 3410 Assurance Engagements on Greenhouse Gas Statements ✤✤ Two new Standards on Assurance Engagements ASAE 3420 and ASAE 3450, which relate to assurance engagements in the context of fundraisings

Auditing, Assurance and Ethics Handbook

   

✤✤ APESB Guidance Note GN 40 Ethical Conflicts in the Workplace – Considerations for Members in Business READERSHIP: Accountants, Lecturers and Students studying Accounting

May 2013 • 2314PP • 978-1-118-45238-7 • Pr • €85.90

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Finance / Hospitality

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance   Concise Edition

ROBERT PARRINO & DAVID S. KIDWELL University of Texas, Austin; University of Minnesota

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance

✤✤ This concise edition continues to integrate the authors’ approach and retains the depth and level of Fundamentals by eliminating some less important topics rather than condensing all existing topics ✤✤ Consolidates two chapters, increases its focus on others, and provides updated time sensitive content where practical

   

✤✤ Presents students and lecturers with a less expensive, succinct product that increases student motivation with real-world finance problems, effectively producing stronger student performance in classroom exams READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students studying Corporate Finance

SEP 2013 • 656PP • 978-0-470-44465-8 • Cl • €99.90

Molecular Gastronomy   Scientific Cuisine Demystified

JOSE SANCHEZ ✤✤ Aims to clarify and explain the fascinating world of molecular gastronomy by offering readers crucial knowledge of key ingredients and providing fundamental step-by-step techniques for immediate application

Molecular Gastronomy

✤✤ Introduces the primary functions of gums, stabilizers, thickeners, and gels — “food hydrocolloids,” and features recipes utilizing the sous-vide method, liquid nitrogen, and other modern techniques used in today's competitive kitchens

   

✤✤ Unique in its approach to breaking down and consolidating this extensive and expanding subject into an easy and understandable approach, with a focus on the fundamentals READERSHIP: Undergraduate Students studying Scientific Cuisine

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-07386-5 • Cl • €63.90

Opening and Operating a Retail Bakery   R. D. CRAWFORD ✤✤ Fills a void in this market, providing much-sought-after and proven strategies needed to open a bakery, along with keys to successfully operate it

Opening and Operating a Retail Bakery

✤✤ Relies heavily on the side of practical implementation, and less on abstract theory ✤✤ Breaks down required tasks into an easily adaptable template that can be adjusted for personal experience

   

✤✤ Divided into four sections: basic planning and key decisions; store rule, labor, and progressive discipline; operations-related areas needed to run your business; and systems and information for growth READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying opening and operating a bakery

Oct 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-28843-6 • Pr • €44.90

Planning an Applied Research Project in Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports  

Planning an Applied Research Project in Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports

FREDERIC B. MAYO ✤✤ Intended primarily as a basic text for research methods courses in the fields of hospitality, tourism, or sports business, or for industry professionals tasked with conducting research as part of their jobs, or who hire researchers ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and carefully structured treatment of all the aspects involved in planning a research project, taking a process-oriented approach instead of being a statistically oriented

   

✤✤ With an applied focus, provides examples and references to scholarship in all three areas to make the concepts clearer and relevant to students ✤✤ Does not assume any background in research on the part of the reader, but does assume reader has some knowledge of statistics READERSHIP: Undergraduate research students studying Hospitality

SEP 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-118-63722-7 • Pr • €TBA

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FRANCISCO J. MIGOYA ✤✤ The essential guide to truly stunning desserts from the highly regarded pastry chef Francisco Migoya ✤✤ Beginning with the essential elements of contemporary desserts, Migoya shows pastry chefs and students how to master those building blocks before molding and incorporating them into creative finished desserts ✤✤ Explores in detail pre-desserts, plated desserts, dessert buffets, passed desserts, cakes, and petits fours ✤✤ Includes more than 200 recipes including everything from artisan chocolates to French macaroons to complex masterpieces like Bacon Ice Cream with Crisp French Toast and Maple Sauce!   

READERSHIP: Pastry chefs, students and serious home cooks

Nov 2012 • 544PP • 978-0-470-89198-8 • Cl • €57.90

Remarkable Banquet Service   EZRA EICHELBERGER The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, New York

✤✤ Provides readers with straightforward advice on all aspects of successful banquet services, an important market for today's professional ✤✤ Covers everything from food and beverage service skills, such as setting up a buffet, pouring wine, and clearing tables, to managing staff and coordinating with vendors such as florists, wedding planners, and DJs ✤✤ Features more than 100 photos and 40 illustrations illustrating key service points such as buffet set-up, proper plate handling, and synchronized service techniques

  

✤✤ Includes guidelines for handling specific events including business luncheons, fund-raising events, and weddings READERSHIP: Culinary and event management students and working professionals looking to brush up on their skills

Nov 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-41203-9 • Pr • €28.90

Cooking for Special Diets  

Anthropology / Hospitality

The Elements of Dessert  

The Culinary Institute of America Hyde Park, New York

✤✤ Provides the skills and techniques needed to address special diets while providing healthy, wholesome meals for consumers or guests ✤✤ Teaches readers how to widen the scope of their offerings and create flavorful recipes to meet all kinds of dietary needs ✤✤ Introductory chapters cover general nutrition information, healthy ingredients, and substitutions with subsequent chapters providing recipes for a wide range of dietary concerns READERSHIP: Professional chefs

  

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-13775-8 • Cl • €57.90

Anthropology in Theory   

NEW EDITION

Issues in Epistemology 2nd Edition

EDITED BY HENRIETTA L. MOORE & TODD SANDERS London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ Provides the most comprehensive selection of readings and thoughtful overview of anthropological theory available

Anthropology in Theory

✤✤ Identifies crucial conceptual signposts and new theoretical directions for the discipline ✤✤ Discusses broader debates in the social sciences, including those about society and culture; structure and agency; identities and technologies; subjectivities and translocality; and meta-theory, ontology, and epistemology

   

✤✤ Fully revised with new readings and updated editorial material READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and graduates in social and cultural anthropology, especially anthropological theory and methods

Dec 2013 • 688PP • 978-0-470-67335-5 • Pr • €35.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-22915-5

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Anthropology / Geography

A Companion to the Anthropology of Religion   EDITED BY JANICE BODDY & MICHAEL LAMBEK Both of University of Toronto, Canada

A Companion to the Anthropology of Religion

✤✤ Presents a collection of original, ethnographically-informed essays exploring the wide variety of beliefs, practices, and religious experiences in the contemporary world ✤✤ Explores a broad range of topics including the ‘perspectivism’ debate, the rise of religious nationalism, reflections on religion and new media, religion and politics, and ideas of self and gender in relation to religious belief

   

✤✤ Includes examples drawn from different religious traditions and from several regions of the world ✤✤ Features newly-commissioned articles reflecting the most up-to-date research and critical thinking in the field, written by an international team of leading scholars READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of anthropology courses in religion, ritual, globalization, and theory; also for courses in religious studies, human geography, sociology, and any discipline that uses ethnographic methods SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ANTHROPOLOGY

oct 2013 • 576PP • 978-0-470-67332-4 • Cl • €TBA

Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution  

new in paperback

EDITED BY BERNARD WOOD George Washington University, USA

✤✤ Now available in a single-volume paperback, Bernard Wood's best-selling encyclopedia provides a comprehensive resource for those studying the emergence of Homo sapiens ✤✤ 5,000 entries arranged in A-Z format provide extensive coverage of important scientific terms related to improving our understanding of how we evolved   

✤✤ Includes coverage of the evidence and methods used to investigate the relationships among the living great apes, evidence for what makes the behavior of modern humans distinctive, and current methods used to trace the recent evolutionary history of modern human populations READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and students across a range of disciplines including life sciences, natural sciences, archaeology, and physical anthropology

MAY 2013 • 1056PP • 978-1-118-65099-8 • PB • €97.90 replaces ISBN: 978-1-405-15510-6

Blood Will Out  

Essays on Liquid Transfers and Flows

EDITED BY JANET CARSTEN University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Brings together 10 essays about the material, metaphorical, and symbolic importance of blood ✤✤ An interdisciplinary study that unites the work of noted historians and anthropologists ✤✤ Incorporates insights from recent work in symbolism, kinship studies, medical anthropology, the anthropology of religion, the sociological study of finance, and textual analysis

  

✤✤ Covers topics such as Medieval European conceptions of blood; blood and the brain; blood and the cultural study of finance; and blood types, identity, and association in twentieth-century America READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and advanced students studying social and cultural anthropology, medical anthropology and sociology, social and cultural history, and religion SERIES: JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE SPECIAL ISSUE BOOK SERIES

SEP 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-65628-0 • Pr • €TBA

Contesting the Indian City  

Global Visions and the Politics of the Local

EDITED BY GAVIN SHATKIN Northeastern University, USA

✤✤ A collection of cutting-edge empirical studies offering insights into issues of politics, equity, and space relating to urban development in modern India ✤✤ Includes studies that deepen our theoretical understandings of the changes that Indian cities are experiencing

  

✤✤ Examines how urban redevelopment policy and planning, and reforms of urban politics and real estate markets, are shaping urban spatial change in India ✤✤ Represents the first volume to bring themes of urban political reform, municipal finance, land markets, and the real estate industry together in an international publication READERSHIP: Academics and researchers in the fields of geography, urban planning, sociology, anthropology, and political science SERIES: STUDIES IN URBAN AND SOCIAL CHANGE

Oct 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-444-36703-4 • Pr • €32.90 / 978-1-444-36704-1 • Cl • €77.90

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Food, Politics and Scale in Cuba

MARISA WILSON University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

✤✤ Offers a rare glimpse of rural life in modern-day Cuba, and explores its history, politics, economics, and perspectives on social and environmental justice ✤✤ Examines how ordinary Cubans carve out their own spaces for acts of consumption, exchange, and production within the contradictory normative and material spaces of everyday economic life ✤✤ Discusses the conflict between the socialist-welfare ideal of food as an entitlement, and the market value of food as a commodity

  

✤✤ Approaches food networks and the scale of food systems in a novel way READERSHIP: Graduate students, faculty, and researchers studying the geography or anthropology of economics, food, or politics; social or environmental justice; or development studies SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

Oct 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-118-30192-0 • Pr • €32.90 / 978-1-118-30200-2 • Cl • €77.90

The New Blackwell Companion to the City  

new in paperback

EDITED by GARY BRIDGE & SOPHIE WATSON University of Bristol, UK; The Open University, UK

✤✤ Guides readers through the major themes in urban studies, reflecting the increasingly central role that cities play in our understanding of economic, social, cultural, environmental, and political issues ✤✤ Includes a multidisciplinary mix of contributions from non-Western perspectives, and draws on examples from cities around the world ✤✤ Features extensive coverage of urban studies within Asia, notably China and India, charting its increasingly important role on the world stage and in urban development

History / Geography

Everyday Moral Economies  

  

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in urban studies, human geography, planning and public policy, sociology, and environmental studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

OCT 2013 • 784PP • 978-1-118-65530-6 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18981-1

Physical Geography   Nancy Hoalst-Pullen & Mark Patterson ✤✤ Offers lab activities that bring physical geography into the digital age by using spatial applications (Google Earth etc.) and hands-on learning opportunities ✤✤ Provides learning objectives and classifying questions as they pertain to fundamental concepts, geographical processes, critical/creative thinking, and applied/quantitative skills ✤✤ Labs can be used not only in the traditional sense (as conventional labs), but also in other learning formats (hybrid courses, online environments) and with physical geography courses currently without a lab component ✤✤ They can also support any Physical Geography course regardless of which core text is in use

Physical Geography

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Physical Geography

Dec 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-11933-4 • Pr • €75.90

A Short History of the Modern Media   EDITED BY JIM CULLEN Ethical Cultural Fieldston School, USA

✤✤ Offers a compact, teaching-friendly presentation of the history of mass media ✤✤ Provides concise coverage of the last 150 years, including print, stage, film, radio, television, sound recording, and the Internet ✤✤ Features a discussion of works in popular culture that are well-known and easily available ✤✤ Presents a history of modern media that is strongly interdisciplinary in nature READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying media studies and popular culture

Oct 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-444-35142-2 • Pr • €30.90 / 978-1-444-35141-5 • Cl • €77.90

  

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History

Movies and American Society  

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

EDITED BY STEVEN J. ROSS University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ Combines primary documents and secondary essays in a thorough analysis of American film culture ✤✤ Covers the period 1900 to the present, including a section on the early history of film ✤✤ Includes coverage of how entertainment changed in the early 1900s, how the Great Depression and World War II influenced filmmaking, the Cold War in film, and more ✤✤ Updated with new content about the internationalization of cinema   

READERSHIP: Students of American social and cultural history in departments of history, cultural studies, theatre, and film studies SERIES: BLACKWELL READERS IN AMERICAN SOCIAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY

Nov 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-67364-5 • Pr • €TBA

replaces: PR ISBN 978-0-631-21960-6 / CL ISBN 978-0-631-21959-0

The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England  

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

EDITED BY MICHAEL LAPIDGE, JOHN BLAIR, SIMON KEYNES & DONALD SCRAGG University of Cambridge, UK; University of Oxford, UK; University of Cambridge, UK; University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ The only reference work to cover the history, archaeology, arts, architecture, literatures, and languages of England from the Roman withdrawal to the Norman Conquest (c.450-1066 AD) ✤✤ Includes over 700 alphabetical entries written by 150 top scholars   

✤✤ Updated and expanded with 40 brand-new entries and a new appendix detailing “English Archbishops and Bishops, c.450-1066” ✤✤ Accompanied by maps, line drawings, and photos READERSHIP: Students and scholars studying Anglo-Saxon England within a variety of disciplines, including history, archaeology, literature, art history, and architecture

Oct 2013 • 608PP • 978-0-470-65632-7 • Cl • €142.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-15565-2

A Companion to Europe Since 1945   new in paperback Edited by Klaus Larres University of Ulster, UK

✤✤ A collection of 22 original essays by an international team of expert scholars ✤✤ Examines the social, intellectual, economic, cultural, and political changes that took place throughout Europe in the Cold War and Post-Cold War periods ✤✤ Discusses a wide range of topics including the Single Market, European-Amerian relations, family life and employment, globalization, and Europe’s fight against international terrorism   

✤✤ Presents Europe in a broad geographical conception, to give equal weighting to developments in the Eastern and Western European states READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars interested in twentieth-century and contemporary European history, international relations, and European politics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO EUROPEAN HISTORY

Dec 2013 • 536PP • 978-1-118-72998-4 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-10612-2

A Companion to Russian History  

new in paperback

Edited by Abbott Gleason Brown University, USA

✤✤ Comprises 28 essays by both prominent and emerging scholars from Russia, Great Britain, the US, and Canada ✤✤ Analyzes the entire sweep of Russian history from debates over how to identify the earliest Slavs, into the Putin Era, and examines prospects for twenty-first century Russia ✤✤ Offers an extensive review of the medieval period, religion, culture, and the experiences of ordinary people   

✤✤ Provides a balanced review of both traditional and cutting-edge topics, demonstrating the range and dynamism of the field READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars with an interest in European history, Russian studies, and international relations SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO WORLD HISTORY

Dec 2013 • 568PP • 978-1-118-73000-3 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13560-3

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History

A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Europe  

new in paperback

Edited by Peter H. Wilson University of Hull, UK

✤✤ Includes 31 original essays by an international scholarly team ✤✤ Examines the social, intellectual, economic, cultural, and political changes that took place throughout eighteenth-century Europe ✤✤ Focuses on Europe while placing it within its international context ✤✤ Considers not just major western European states, but also the often neglected countries of eastern and northern Europe

  

READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of eighteenth-century European history and culture SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO EUROPEAN HISTORY

Dec 2013 • 616PP • 978-1-118-73002-7 • Pr • €TBA replaces ISBN: 978-1-405-13947-2

Caliphs and Kings  

new in paperback

Spain, 796–1031

Roger Collins University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ A broad and sophisticated exploration of the three-hundred-year rule of the Umayyad dynasty in Spain (756-1031) ✤✤ Challenges the popular idea that the Umayyad reign was a time of simplistic, multicultural peace, and shows that its true dimensions were far more complex ✤✤ Debunks myths and investigates the historiography of existing scholarship of the period READERSHIP: Students and scholars of medieval history, Spanish history, and Islamic studies; general readers SERIES: A HISTORY OF SPAIN

  

Dec 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-118-73001-0 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-18184-2

The Picts   BENJAMIN HUDSON Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Offers a survey of the historical and cultural developments in northern Britain between AD 300 and AD 900 ✤✤ Re-interprets our definition of ‘Pict’ and provides a vivid depiction of their political and military organization ✤✤ Provides an up-to-date overview of Pictish life within the environment of northern Britain ✤✤ Draws on a range of transnational and comparative scholarship to place the Picts in their European context

  

READERSHIP: Graduate-level students and scholars of medieval Europe, especially those focusing on England and Scotland SERIES: THE PEOPLES OF EUROPE

dec 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-60202-7 • Pr • €32.90 / 978-1-405-18678-0 • Cl • €77.90

Where the Domino Fell  

NEW EDITION

America and Vietnam 1945-2010 6th Edition

JAMES S. OLSON & RANDY W. ROBERTS Sam Houston State University, USA; Purdue University, USA

✤✤ This updated, expanded edition recounts the history of American involvement in Vietnam from the end of World War II to 2010, clarifying the political aims, military strategy, and social and economic factors that contributed to the participants’ actions ✤✤ New features include a final chapter examining Vietnam through the lens of Oliver Stone's films, and an exploration of how the war has been memorialized ✤✤ Written with brevity and clarity, this concise narrative history is an ideal student text

Where the Domino Fell

    

✤✤ An important contribution not only to the study of the Vietnam War but to an understanding of the larger workings of American foreign policy READERSHIP: Students of the Vietnam War, recent US history, and US military history

Nov 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-444-35050-0 • Pr • €32.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18222-5

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History

The American Military    A Narrative History

BRAD D. LOOKINGBILL Columbia College, USA

✤✤ Presents a chronological account of American military history from clashes between militias and Native Americans to 21st-century operations in Afghanistan and Iraq ✤✤ Features personal vignettes to put a human face on armed conflict ✤✤ Addresses patterns of national service, the evolution of civil-military relations, and the advent of allvolunteer forces   

✤✤ Puts events in historical context, and considers cultural, social, political, economic, and technological developments READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of American military history and general US history

Nov 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-444-33736-5 • Pr • €38.90 / 978-1-444-33735-8 • Cl • €71.90

The Italian Renaissance   

polity

Culture and Society in Italy 3rd Edition

PETER BURKE Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ New edition of a brilliant and widely acclaimed social and cultural history of the Italian Renaissance – a classic text in the field ✤✤ Highly readable and richly illustrated, bringing the relations between culture and society vividly to life

  

✤✤ Thoroughly revised and updated for this third edition, combining key figures and events with new interpretations READERSHIP: Students and scholars of history, art history, the history of science, and literature

DEC 2013 • 312PP • 978-0-745-64826-2 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-64825-5 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: PB 978-0-745-62138-8 / CL 978-0-745-62137-1

The Age of Ecology   

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JOACHIM RADKAU Bielefeld University, Germany

✤✤ This major new book is the first global history of environmentalism, from its origins in the late 18th century to the global environmental movements of today ✤✤ The book is very clear and accessible, and is richly illustrated with examples from around the world ✤✤ The book gives particular attention to the way in which environmentalism has flourished since the ‘environmental revolution’ of 1970, spurred on by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986 and the growing concern about global warming   

dec 2013 • 600PP • 978-0-745-66216-9 • Cl • €TBA

Inside Concentration Camps   

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Social Life at the Extremes

MAJA SUDERLAND University of Giessen, Germany

✤✤ This is a highly original study of everyday life in the Nazi concentration camps ✤✤ Suderland examines the ways in which prisoners coped with the degrading conditions of the camps, by looking closely at their daily activities and routines, as well as the social relationships and networks they created

  

✤✤ She shows that prisoners struggled to create a sense of individuality and community, thereby attesting to the fact that certain basic features of human relationships persist even in the most appalling and inhumane conditions READERSHIP: Students and scholars in history, sociology and the social sciences generally, and general readers interested in modern history and the Holocaust

OCT 2013 • 350PP • 978-0-745-66336-4 • Pr • €TBA / 978-0-745-66335-7 • Cl • €TBA

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NEW EDITION

5th Edition

ROBERT A. CALVERT, ARNOLDO DE LEON & GREGG CANTRELL Late of Texas A&M University, USA; Angelo State University, USA; Texas Christian University, USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive survey of the Lone Star State, now fully revised and updated to reflect the latest scholarship ✤✤ Covers the entire sweep of Texas history from the pre-Columbian era to the Election of 2012 ✤✤ Provides online resources for students and instructors, including a test bank, maps, presentation slides, and more READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying Texas history

  

Dec 2013 • 520PP • 978-1-118-61773-1 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-882-95255-0

Louisiana  

NEW EDITION

A History 6th Edition

EDITED BY BENNETT H. WALL & JOHN C. RODRIGUE LIGHT TOWNSEND CUMMINS, JUDITH KELLEHER SCHAFER, EDWARD F. HAAS & MICHAEL L. KURTZ

Classics / History

The History of Texas  

University of Georgia, USA; Stonehill College, USA; Austin College, USA; Tulane University, USA; Wright State University, USA; Southeastern Louisiana University, USA

✤✤ The best-loved and most highly regarded college-level survey of Louisiana on the market ✤✤ Explores the history of Louisiana from before First Contact through the Election of 2012 ✤✤ Includes complete coverage of the most recent events such as the continued aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 BP oil spill

READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying Louisiana history

Dec 2013 • 520PP • 978-1-118-61929-2 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-882-95258-1

Michigan  

NEW EDITION

A History of the Great Lakes State 5th Edition

BRUCE A. RUBENSTEIN & LAWRENCE E. ZIEWACZ University of Michigan-Flint, USA; Michigan State University, USA

✤✤ The best-selling survey history of Michigan ✤✤ Includes updates and enhancements reflecting the latest historic scholarship, along with a new chapter, ‘Reinventing Michigan’ ✤✤ Expanded coverage includes the socio-economic impact of tribal casino gaming on Michigan's Native American population; environmental, agricultural, and educational issues; recent developments in the Jimmy Hoffa mystery, and collegiate and professional sports

   

✤✤ Entertaining and informative, with illustrations, photos, and maps READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Michigan history

Dec 2013 • 332PP • 978-1-118-64972-5 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-882-95257-4

A Guide to Ancient Greek Drama  

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

IAN C. STOREY & ARLENE ALLAN Trent University, Canada; Otago University, New Zealand

✤✤ Newly updated second edition incorporates recent scholarly developments, new illustrative material, and an updated bibliography ✤✤ Covers all three genres of ancient Greek drama – tragedy, comedy, and satyr-drama ✤✤ Surveys the extant work of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, and Menander, with a single-page synopses of every surviving ancient Greek play, and includes entries on ‘lost’ playwrights ✤✤ Examines contextual issues such as the origins of dramatic art forms; the conventions of the festivals and the theater; drama’s relationship with the worship of Dionysos; and more

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in Greek literature, drama, and tragedy; scholars of other disciplines needing an inclusive, concise guide to the field SERIES: BLACKWELL GUIDES TO CLASSICAL LITERATURE

Dec 2013 • 368PP • 978-1-118-45512-8 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-10214-8 / 978-1-405-10215-5

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A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities   EDITED BY THOMAS K. HUBBARD University of Texas, Austin, USA

✤✤ A broad collection of original essays relating to all aspects of gender and sexuality in the classical world ✤✤ Views the various practices and discursive contexts of sexuality systematically and holistically ✤✤ Discusses Greece and Rome in each chapter, with sensitivity to the continuities and differences between the two classical civilizations   

✤✤ Covers artistic and literary genres, various social environments of sexual conduct, and the technical disciplines of medicine, magic, physiognomy, and dream interpretation READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of gender and sexuality in Greek and Roman cultures, art history, classics, comparative literature, and Christian origins SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

Nov 2013 • 656PP • 978-1-405-19572-0 • Cl • €122.00

The Virgil Encyclopedia   

3 volume set

SPECIAL PRICE

EDITED BY RICHARD F. THOMAS & JAN M. ZIOLKOWSKI Both of Harvard University, USA

✤✤ The first comprehensive reference encyclopedia to be published in English on Virgil ✤✤ In-depth treatment of all aspects of Virgil’s poetry, including the Greek and Roman literary traditions that inform his three great collections (the Eclogues, Georgics, and Aeneid) and the reception of Virgil’s oeuvre in literature, art, and music down through the ages ✤✤ Brings together over 350 contributors who are top scholars in various periods of literary and cultural studies ✤✤ Over 2,200 entries organized in A-Z format ✤✤ Publishing simultaneously as a three-volume print set and via Wiley Online Library; visit www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/ref/virgil for further details READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, scholars, and general readers of Virgil

Oct 2013 • 1632PP • 978-1-405-15498-7 • Cl • €450.00

The Classical Tradition    Art, Literature, Thought

MICHAEL SILK, INGO GILDENHARD & ROSEMARY BARROW King’s College London, UK; King’s College London, UK; University of Roehampton, UK

✤✤ Presents an authoritative, coherent guide to the influence of Greco-Roman antiquity in later Western cultures and offers a reinterpretation of important aspects of Western Culture from a classical perspective

The Classical Tradition

✤✤ Crosses disciplinary boundaries to make new sense of a rich variety of material, rarely brought together

    

✤✤ Features a unique combination of chronological range, cultural scope, coherent argument, and unified analysis ✤✤ Presents an innovative overview of the afterlife of antiquity written in a lively, engaging manner READERSHIP: Graduate students taking courses in the classical tradition and reception studies; scholars in departments of classics, English and comparative literature, and art history working on the classical tradition

Dec 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-4051-5549-6 • Cl • €115.00

Thinking, Recording, and Writing History in the Ancient World     EDITED BY KURT A. RAAFLAUB

Thinking, Recording, and Writing History in the Ancient World

Brown University, USA

✤✤ Explores the ways in which ancient civilizations recorded their own histories and to what purpose ✤✤ Written by an international group of scholars working across disciplines ✤✤ Truly cross-cultural, covering historical writing from ancient cultures across East and South Asia, West Asia and Egypt, the Greco-Roman World, and the Americas

    

✤✤ Includes historiography dominated by religious perspectives, including Judaism, early Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in anthropology, history, classics, philosophy, religious studies, Egyptology and western Asian studies; also for scholars SERIES: ANCIENT WORLD: COMPARATIVE HISTORIES

Nov 2013 • 476PP • 978-1-118-41250-3 • Cl • €TBA

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EDITED BY MATTHEW C. HUNTER & FRANCESCO LUCCHINI McGill University, Canada; C. G. Jung Institut, Switzerland

✤✤ Presents an original theory (“the clever object”) that draws on contributions from a variety of fields, including history of art, anthropology, philosophy of science, and design history ✤✤ Features interviews with two contemporary artists ✤✤ Advances a theoretical conversation by combining historical contributions from the Medieval and Early Modern period with contemporary perspectives ✤✤ Represents the results of a project developed from an intensive research seminar in which all contributors participated and developed their work in evolving dialogue

  

READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of art history, design history, visual studies/visual culture, anthropology, history and philosophy of science, and fine art SERIES: ART HISTORY SPECIAL ISSUES

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-71076-0 • Pr • €TBA

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development   

new in paperback

2nd Edition

EDITED BY GAVIN BREMNER & THEODORE D. WACHS Lancaster University, UK; Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Updated, fully-revised, and expanded, this set (now in one volume in paperback) presents in-depth and cutting edge coverage of both basic and applied developmental issues during infancy ✤✤ Features contributions by leading international researchers and practitioners in the field that reflect the most current theories and research findings

✤✤ Includes editor commentary and analysis to synthesize the material and provide further insight READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduate students, and upper-level undergraduates studying developmental psychology or educational psychology; also applied developmental and clinical psychologists, social workers, paediatricians, early childhood educators, and public policy makers involved with issues of child welfare SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology / Art History

The Clever Object  

Nov 2013 • 1176PP • 978-1-118-67286-0 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17874-7

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development  

new in paperback

2nd Edition

EDITED BY PETER K. SMITH & CRAIG H. HART Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK; Brigham Young University, USA

✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date research and theories on childhood social development ✤✤ Includes comprehensive coverage of a range of disciplinary perspectives ✤✤ Offers all new chapters on children and the environment, cultural influences, history of childhood, and neuro-psychological perspectives ✤✤ Represents an essential resource for students and researchers of childhood social development

  

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students for courses in child psychology or educational psychology; researchers in child or educational psychology SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

SEP 2013 • 432PP • 978-1-118-57186-6 • Pr • €32.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19679-6

Correspondence   

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SIGMUND FREUD & ANNA FREUD ✤✤ This is the complete correspondence between Sigmund Freud and his daughter, Anna ✤✤ The letters deal with personal and family matters as well as professional matters, including the progress of Sigmund Freud’s and Anna Freud's scientific works ✤✤ Provides new insight into the development of Sigmund Freud’s work, such as the changes in his perception of women that were triggered by his relation with his daughter READERSHIP: Students and scholars of psychoanalysis and history and interested general readers

NOV 2013 • 470PP • 978-0-745-64149-2 • Cl • €38.90

  

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The Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy   

3 volume set

EDITED BY STEFAN G. HOFMANN Boston University, USA

✤✤ Unrivalled coverage of CBT approaches to a full spectrum of mental disorders ✤✤ Contributors include many of the field’s leading experts ✤✤ Covers the full range of CBT strategies, including new developments in the field, such as attention retaining strategies, acceptance techniques, mindfulness meditation, and disorder-specific emotion regulation skills ✤✤ Practical guidance backed by a wealth of case studies; includes the latest techniques and empirical data READERSHIP: Clinicians in training, practicing psychologists and psychiatrists, researchers, therapy practitioners, and students of medicine, clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, and nursing at all levels

Dec 2013 • 1440PP • 978-1-118-53320-8 • Cl • €470.00 www.cbthandbook.com

Handbook of Personality and Self-Regulation  

new in paperback

EDITED BY RICK H. HOYLE Duke University, USA

✤✤ Examines self-regulation as it influences and is influenced by basic personality processes in normal adults ✤✤ Offers 21 original contributions from an internationally respected group of scholars in the fields of personality and self-regulation ✤✤ Explores the causes and consequences of inadequate self-regulation and the means by which selfregulation might be improved   

✤✤ Integrates empirical findings on basic personality traits with findings inspired by emerging models of self-regulation READERSHIP: Scholars, practitioners, and students of personality and self-regulation in the fields of biological, developmental, cognitive, clinical, and social psychology; sociology; education; and related disciplines

Nov 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-57188-0 • Pr • €30.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17712-2

The Handbook of Solitude  

Psychological Perspectives on Social Isolation, Social Withdrawal, and Being Alone

EDITED BY ROBERT J. COPLAN & Julie C. Bowker Carleton University, Canada; University at Buffalo, USA

✤✤ Explores numerous psychological perspectives on solitude, including those from developmental, neuropsychological, social, personality, and clinical psychology ✤✤ Examines different developmental periods across the lifespan and across a broad range of contexts, including natural environments, college campuses, relationships, meditation, and cyberspace ✤✤ Includes contributions from the leading international experts in the field   

✤✤ Covers concepts and theoretical approaches, empirical research, as well as clinical applications READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students for various courses in psychology, including areas of developmental, biological, social, personality, organizational, health, educational, cognitive, and clinical psychology; also for researchers and scholars in these areas of psychology and related disciplines SERIES: Blackwell Handbooks of Developmental Psychology

Oct 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-42736-1 • Cl • €TBA

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new in paperback

EDITED BY ANDREW E. BUDSON & NEIL W. KOWALL Both at Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center, USA

✤✤ Brings the reader up-to-date with cutting-edge developments in this exciting and fast-paced field ✤✤ Summarizes the most recent developments in the fields of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia ✤✤ Brings together articles from a prominent and international group of contributors ✤✤ Encompasses a unique range of topics, combining basic molecular perspectives with cognitive neuroscience   

READERSHIP: Researchers, clinicians, and graduate students studying Alzheimer’s disease and dementia SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

Nov 2013 • 648PP • 978-1-118-67285-3 • Pr • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16828-1

Psychology

The Handbook of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias  

Interventions for Autism    New Evidence for Educational and Clinical Practice

PHIL REED Swansea University, UK

✤✤ Reformulates new research data on interventions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) into guidance for professionals, drawing on the author's in-depth academic knowledge and practical experience ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive review of up-to-date evidence on effectiveness across a wide range of interventions for ASD ✤✤ Focuses on environmental factors in understanding ASD rather than outdated ‘deficit’ approaches, and discusses key issues in education provision such as inclusion

  

READERSHIP: Educational practitioners working with ASD students; school and local authority professionals with decision-making responsibilities on special education practice; graduate students in educational and clinical psychology; undergraduates studying developmental psychology

Nov 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-470-66991-4 • Pr • €32.90 / 978-0-470-66992-1 • Cl • €77.90

Developing Reading Comprehension   PAULA J. CLARKE, EMMA TRUELOVE, CHARLES HULME & MARGARET J. SNOWLING University of Leeds, UK; University of Sheffield, UK; University College London, UK; Oxford University, UK

✤✤ An in-depth introduction to the ‘poor comprehender profile’, which describes children who – despite being fluent readers – have difficulty extracting meaning from text ✤✤ Sets out a range of practical interventions for improving reading skills in this group – along with comprehensive guidance on assessment and monitoring, and insightful accounts of professionals’ experience in delivering the techniques described ✤✤ Includes an overview of psychological theories of reading comprehension, evaluating their practical applicability

Developing Reading Comprehension

    

READERSHIP: Teachers, educational psychologists, special educational needs coordinators, teaching assistants, and speech and language therapists providing support for children aged 7–11 who have impaired reading comprehension and oral language skills

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-60675-9 • Pr • €38.90 / 978-1-118-60676-6 • Cl • €83.90

Sustainability in Combining Career and Care   Challenging Normative Beliefs about Parenting

EDITED BY MARLOES VAN ENGEN, CLAARTJE VINKENBURG & JOSJE DIKKERS Tilburg University, Netherlands; University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; University of Utrecht, Netherlands

✤✤ Offers an integrative framework for understanding and changing the effects of normative beliefs about parenting on “choices” at the work-family interface and on outcomes for careers, couples, and children ✤✤ Highlights a wide range of multi-method studies of the work-family interface from multiple countries ✤✤ Employs a micro-, meso-, and macro-level perspective on creating and promoting sustainability in combining career and care ✤✤ Sheds a new light on popular misconceptions and stereotype reproductions in the media about the challenges, choices, and consequences of combining career and care for working parents

  

READERSHIP: Graduate-level students and above studying business administration, organizational behavior, human resource management, (social) psychology, and women’s studies; professionals and policy makers working in these domains who want to (further) explore the topic of sustainability in combining career and care SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES (JOSI)

apr 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-62227-8 • Pr • €34.90

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Psychology

The Psychology of Coaching, Mentoring and Learning  

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

HO LAW Empsy, Ltd., UK

✤✤ Updated with new research, taking into account the growth of positive psychology and its role in coaching and mentoring ✤✤ Unifies coaching and mentoring in a universal integrative framework   

✤✤ Combines the latest thinking, research, and developments in the field with high-level theories, principles, and practical applications, demonstrated with exercises and case studies ✤✤ Focuses on a positive psychology perspective, with an emphasis on strength, growth, and development READERSHIP: Psychologists, coaches, mentors, trainers; senior executives and managers; students of psychology considering a career in coaching, mentoring and training

Oct 2013 • 264PP • 978-1-119-95466-8 • Pr • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-02844-5

Coaching Psychology   A Practitioner’s Guide

HO LAW Empsy, Ltd., UK

✤✤ Translates a unified approach to coaching and mentoring into practice ✤✤ Provides extensive step-by-step instructions and exercises tailored for individuals with little-to-no psychological training ✤✤ Focuses on a positive psychology perspective, with an emphasis on strength, growth and development ✤✤ Developed as a companion guide to The Psychology of Coaching, Mentoring, and Learning   

READERSHIP: Coaches, mentors, psychologists, and other professionals interested in coaching and mentoring

Oct 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-119-95467-5 • Pr • €38.90

CBT for Appearance Anxiety   Psychosocial Interventions for Anxiety due to Visible Difference

ALEX CLARKE, ANDREW R. THOMPSON, ELIZABETH JENKINSON, NICHOLA RUMSEY & ROB NEWELL

CBT for Appearance Anxiety

University College London, UK; University of Sheffield, UK; University of the West of England, UK; University of the West of England, UK; University of Bradford, UK

✤✤ The first clinical manual for delivering CBT-based psychosocial interventions to people anxious about their appearance, whether through disfigurement from birth, accident or illness, or through other visible difference

    

✤✤ Contains a wealth of case material with specific relevance to physical health conditions that affect appearance, practical advice on assessment, and session-by-session guidance for addressing common issues ✤✤ Uses a flexible stepped-care model that allows for use by experienced CBT practitioners as well those wishing to deliver a more basic psychological intervention READERSHIP: Clinical and health psychologists, as well as other health professionals working with people experiencing distress due to disfigurement; also for graduate students and researchers in clinical, health, and counseling psychology

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-52342-1 • Pr • €44.90 / 978-1-118-52343-8 • Cl • €97.90

Essentials of Psychology in Action   KAREN HUFFMAN & CATHERINE SANDERSON Palomar College; Amherst College, USA

✤✤ Every concept introduced in the text is paired with a concrete real-life example. Each of these is paired with opportunities to assess student understanding both within the text and in the companion WileyPLUS course

Essentials of Psychology in Action

✤✤ The key concepts in the text are further illuminated by a unique tutorial video program called “Step-by-Step” featuring master-teacher Karen Huffman explaining course content and connecting it to the real world

    

✤✤ Psychological Science sections with Research Challenges help students see the connection between psychology in everyday life and the science that supports it ✤✤ Offers students a picture of an active discipline working at the forefront of research and discovery by using visible evidence of research support to connect what psychologists know with the means by which they know, question, apply, and share it READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for courses in introductory psychology

Dec 2013 • 672PP • 978-1-118-49545-2 • Pr • €99.90

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PENNY HAUSER-CRAM, J. KEVIN NUGENT, KATHLEEN THIES & JOHN F. TRAVERS ✤✤ Offers a holistic approach to the study of the developing child that assumes a complex dynamic relationship between the changing individual child and the ever-changing environment ✤✤ A unique element called “What if?” provides situations for users to find themselves as a teacher, parent, health care provider or other type of helping professional ✤✤ Provides information on advances in research on the brain highlighted in a way that helps bring neuroscience directly into the lives of readers ✤✤ A series of multimedia interactive cases provides the opportunity to apply and understand developmental concepts within authentic contexts that readers find applicable to their personal lives and professional goals

The Development of Children and Adolescents

    

READERSHIP: Undergraduate Students studying Developmental Psychology

SEP 2013 • 784PP • 978-0-470-40540-6 • Cl • €1.90

Psychology

The Development of Children and Adolescents  

The Schema Therapy Clinician’s Guide  

A Complete Resource for Building and Delivering Individual, Group and Integrated Schema Mode Treatment Programs

NEELE REISS, JOAN M. FARRELL & IDA A. SHAW Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany; Indiana University School of Medicine, USA; Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

✤✤ A unique resource providing ready-made individual and group schema therapy sessions, linked across schema modes ✤✤ Approaches treatment by targeting maladaptive Schema Modes rather than specific disorders, thus increasing clinical flexibility and ensuring shelf life through changes in diagnostic classification ✤✤ Provides step-by-step instructions and tips for therapists, along with a wealth of unique clinical resources including sample scripts, handouts, session exercises, assignment forms, and patient materials

  

✤✤ Meets the current need for effective clinical treatments that can provide tangible effects on time and on budget READERSHIP: Practitioners at all levels interested in schema therapy, including clinical psychologists, forensic clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, group therapists, counselors, and social workers

Dec 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-50917-3 • Pr • €44.90 / 978-1-118-50918-0 • Cl • €97.90

The Aftermath of Genocide   Psychological Perspectives

EDITED BY JOHANNA RAY VOLLHARDT & MICHAL BILEWICZ Clark University, USA; University of Warsaw, Poland

✤✤ First comprehensive volume about the psychological consequences of genocide ✤✤ Reports a range of psychological studies on the aftermath of genocide in diverse geographical contexts (USA, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Rwanda, and Israel) ✤✤ Focus on perpetrators’, victims’ and bystanders’ psychological needs, emotions, and behaviors ✤✤ Includes discussion of practical implications, potential prevention, and intervention programs READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of psychology, social sciences, sociology, political sciences, genocide studies, Jewish studies, peace and conflict studies; non-profit organizations and governmental institutions dealing with international affairs and human rights SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES (JOSI)

  

Apr 2013 • c.220PP • 978-1-118-69156-4 • Pr • €TBA

What Makes a Difference

Early Head Start Evaluation Findings in a Developmental Context  

EDITED BY JOHN LOVE, RACHEL CHAZAN-COHEN, HELEN RAIKES & JEANNE BROOKS-GUNN Independent Consultant; George Mason University, USA; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA; Columbia University, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive evaluation of the efficacy of Early Head Start (EHS) programs, based on a randomized trial of 17 programs with more than 3,000 families ✤✤ Charts the outcomes for children across the first five years of life, as well as the effects on parents ✤✤ Discusses the impact of EHS on a range of factors, including cognition, language, attention, behavior problems, health, parenting, maternal health, and parental employment

  

READERSHIP: Scholars, researchers, and advanced students of child development; also policy makers, educators, social workers, child psychologists, and anyone working with young children SERIES: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development

Apr 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-65884-0 • Pr • €TBA

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Psychology / Criminology

Educational Neuroscience   EDITED BY DENIS MARESCHAL, ANDREW TOLMIE & BRIAN BUTTERWORTH Birkbeck, University of London, UK; Institute of Education, University of London, UK; University College London, UK

✤✤ Represents a new research area, educational neuroscience, with direct relevance to current educational practices and policy making

Educational Neuroscience

✤✤ Features individual chapters written collaboratively by educators, psychologists, and neuroscientists to ensure maximum clarity and relevance to a broad range of readers ✤✤ Edited by a trio of leading academics with extensive experience in this field

    

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students for courses in education, psychology, or cognitive neuroscience; also for educators, educational psychologists, and researchers in psychology, education, and cognitive neuroscience

oct 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-72589-4 • Pr • €TBA

The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice  

5 volume set

EDITED BY JAY S. ALBANESE Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

✤✤ Offers wide-ranging and comprehensive coverage spanning 15 substantive areas within criminology and criminal justice, including criminal law, juvenile justice, education and professionalism, history of crime, and victimization ✤✤ Combines state-of-the-art coverage of developments in areas such as homeland security and forensic science, alongside the core topics within criminology and criminal justice ✤✤ Edited by one of criminology's leading authorities, and peer-reviewed by a team of 14 associate editors, all of whom are renowned in their fields ✤✤ Brings together an international team of contributors from ten countries to offer a uniquely global perspective on topics such as transnational crime ✤✤ Accessibly organized to allow for easy searching and cross referencing by keyword, topic, or alphabetical order ✤✤ Draws on the very latest theory and research from a number of fields, including criminal justice, criminology, sociology, law, security studies, and the psychology of crime, resulting in a valuable and interdisciplinary resource ✤✤ Publishing simultaneously as a five-volume print set and via Wiley Online Library; visit www.encyclopediaofcriminology.com for further details READERSHIP: Students, researchers, academics, and professionals in the fields of criminal justice, criminology, sociology, legal studies, security studies, and psychology

Dec 2013 • 2000PP • 978-0-470-67028-6 • Cl • €TBA

Girls, Delinquency, and Juvenile Justice  

NEW EDITION

4th Edition

Girls, Delinquency, and Juvenile Justice

MEDA CHESNEY-LIND & RANDALL G. SHELDEN University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA; University of Nevada - Las Vegas, USA

✤✤ Combining cutting-edge research with international examples, this updated and globally-oriented textbook is the only one to deal exclusively with girls and crime ✤✤ Offers expanded coverage of girls in gangs and emerging literature on the sexual trafficking of girls

    

✤✤ Analyzes all existing literature on the subject of female delinquency, and explores the moral panic surrounding girls labeled as ‘violent’, ‘bad’, or ‘mean’ ✤✤ Brings to light new research on issues including the living conditions for girls incarcerated in juvenile jails and prisons, Latina girls, and gender responsive programming READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying female delinquency, women and crime, juvenile justice, and juvenile delinquency within criminology and related fields, including gender studies and sociology

Dec 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-118-45406-0 • Pr • €TBA replaces ISBN: 978-0-534-55774-4

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Science, Technology & Medicine


Student

Essentials of Clinical Immunology   6th Edition

HELEN CHAPEL, MANSEL HAENEY, SIRAJ MISBAH & NEIL SNOWDEN John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; Hope Hospital, Manchester; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; North Manchester General Hospital

✤✤ A fully updated new edition of this bestselling textbook, providing the core information required to understand the diagnosis and treatment of immunological disorders ✤✤ Covers the underlying pathophysiology and signs and symptoms of disease, as well as the special investigations required and management of patients

  

✤✤ Features clinically-focused real life case histories to illustrate key concepts, a new chapter on oncology, and summaries at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Fully supported by a brand new companion website at www.immunologyclinic.com/6thedition READERSHIP: Clinical medical students and junior doctors SERIES: ESSENTIALS

Nov2013 • 416PP • 978-1-118-47295-8 • PR • €57.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12761-5

Understanding Medical Education    Evidence, Theory and Practice 2nd Edition

TIM SWANWICK London Deanery, University of Bedfordshire, Institute of Education, Imperial College, London

✤✤ A brand new edition of this market-leading textbook, providing a comprehensive resource summarizing the theoretical and academic bases to modern medical education practice ✤✤ Fully endorsed by the Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME)

  

✤✤ Meets the needs of all newcomers to medical education whether undergraduate or postgraduate, including those studying at certificate, diploma or masters level ✤✤ Contains further content on e-learning and the importance of portfolios READERSHIP: Postgraduate trainees and trainers of medical education; medics and non-medics studying for accreditation through the Academy for Medical Educators; undergraduate and postgraduate students of medical education

Dec 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-118-47240-8 • PR • €61.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19680-2

Haematology at a Glance  

4th Edition

ATUL MEHTA & VICTOR HOFFBRAND Both at Royal Free Hospital, London

✤✤ A fully updated new edition of this bestselling title provides a user-friendly overview of haematology ✤✤ Includes more explanation of the basics of haematology science and the latest clinical treatments, and fully updated with a more structured and logical coverage of the topics ✤✤ Features expanded chapters on paediatrics sickle cell, more detailed information on blood-borne viruses, and expanded treatment regimes   

✤✤ Fully supported by a brand new companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/haematology featuring interactive MCQs and cases READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in medicine, immunology, and pharmacology, as well as junior doctors, nurses and clinical nurse specialists SERIES: AT A GLANCE

NOV 2013 • 152PP • 978-1-119-96922-8 • PR • €34.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17970-6

The Foundation Programme at a Glance   STUART CARNEY & DEREK GALEN Both of the UK Foundation Programme

✤✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series is written by the National Director and Deputy National Director of the UK Foundation Programme ✤✤ Provides an overview of the UK Foundation Programme and covers the generic and condition-specific skills needed to satisfactorily complete this stage of a doctor’s training ✤✤ Takes a simple, holistic approach to provide support for junior doctors, with sections on working with others, clinical communication, and ethical and legal issues   

✤✤ Provides the perfect practical guide to making the transition from medical student to specialty trainee, and highlights opportunities for workplace-based assessments within each clinical presentation READERSHIP: Medical students and junior doctors in training SERIES: AT A GLANCE

Nov 2013 • 160PP • 978-0-470-65737-9 • PR • €32.90

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JULIAN STONE & WILLIAM FAWCETT Swindon and the Great Western Hospital, Swindon; Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

✤✤ A brand new title in the market-leading at a Glance series ✤✤ Provides a concise and visually-orientated summary of a comprehensive lecture course in anaesthesia ✤✤ Covers history, equipment, patient monitoring, and anaesthetic drugs ✤✤ Includes ‘Tips’ to help to students struggling with this topic, and ‘Key Points’ summaries at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Fully supported by a brand new companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/anaesthesia containing interactive MCQs and answers, and interactive cases

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate Medical Students, Foundation Programme Doctors, Anaesthetic Nurses and Paramedics SERIES: AT A GLANCE

Nov 2013 • 90PP • 978-1-405-18756-5 • PR • €34.90

Passing the FRACP Written Examination   Questions and Answers

Jonathan Gleadle, Tuck Yong, Surjit Tarafdar, Danielle Wu & Jordan Li Flinders University; Flinders Medical Centre; Flinders Medical Centre; Royal Adelaide Hospital; Flinders University

✤✤ Geared specifically towards the Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians membership exam (FRACP)

General / Student

Anaesthesia at a Glance  

✤✤ Covers both the medical sciences and clinical applications papers, for which there is currently no other existing text ✤✤ The question subjects, format and level are derived from RACP basic training syllabus, previous examinations and current newsworthy subjects

  

✤✤ Written by a team of experts who combine recent experience of passing the FRACP examination, and teaching in preparation for the examination READERSHIP: Candidates of the FRACP examination and overseas trained Medical Practitioners

Oct 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-45495-4 • PR • €71.90

How to Teach in Clinical Settings   MARY SEABROOK King’s College London School of Medicine, UK

✤✤ A practical manual to support doctors to develop their clinical teaching and supervision ✤✤ Provides hands on strategies to address common problems with new ideas for teaching in a range of clinical contexts

How to Teach in Clinical Settings

✤✤ Explores common problems such as giving negative feedback and teaching mixed-level groups ✤✤ A key addition to the popular How to series READERSHIP: Hospital doctors, consultants, junior doctors SERIES: HOW TO

   

Dec 2013 • 128PP • 978-1-118-62093-9 • PR • €32.90

ABC of Eyes   5th Edition

PENG TEE KHAW, PETER SHAH, JOAN MILLER & NARCISS OKHRAVI Moorfields Eye Hospital and Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL London; Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre and Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham; Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, US; Moorfields Eye Hospital, London

✤✤ Revised and updated version of a hugely successful text

ABC of Eyes

✤✤ Takes a symptom-based approach to the treatment and diagnosis of eye problems ✤✤ Includes updates on advances on treatments and practice since the fourth edition ✤✤ Covers new retina and cataract treatments and advances in lenses and refractive surgery READERSHIP: GPs, medical students. Junior doctors, nurses, optometrists SERIES: ABC

   

Jan 2014 • 104PP • 978-1-444-35037-1 • PR • €33.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-727-91659-4

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Nursing

Physical Diagnosis in the Hospitalized Patient   Jeffrey G. Wiese Tulane University, USA

Physical Diagnosis in the Hospitalized Patient

✤✤ Provides a concise guide that links the physical examination to cost-effective diagnostic testing ✤✤ Written by the president of the Society of Hospital Medicine, US ✤✤ Includes advanced-level physical examination manoeuvres necessary for confirming common diseases ✤✤ Covers the best approaches to dealing with difficult patients

   

READERSHIP: General practitioners, nurse practitioners, physician assistants SERIES: HOSPITAL MEDICINE: CURRENT CONCEPTS

Oct 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-06250-0 • PR • €55.90

Hospitalists’ Guide to the Care of Older Patients    BRENT C. WILLIAMS, PREETI N. MALANI & DAVID H. WESORICK

Hospitalists’ Guide to the Care of Older Patients

All University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Providing a practical, up-to-date reference in Geriatric Medicine, Hospitalists’ Guide to the Care of Older Patients is the first book written specifically for hospitalists who need concise, evidence-based information on the vital topic of caring for older hospitalized patients

   

✤✤ This groundbreaking text covers the care of older patients, their needs and vulnerabilities, and the current hospital practice environment ✤✤ The book provides tools to translate what is known about the older patient’s unique needs into steps that can be immediately implemented to improve care and limit avoidable morbidity READERSHIP: Hospital-based physicians who treat adult inpatients, including hospitalists, geriatricians and gerontologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, and students SERIES: HOSPITAL MEDICINE: CURRENT CONCEPTS

Oct 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-12792-6 • PR • €61.90

Care of People with Diabetes   A Manual of Nursing Practice 4th Edition

TRISHA DUNNING Inaugural Chair in Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Deakin University and Barwon Health, Australia

✤✤ Comprehensive clinical manual on an ever-more prevalent condition, written to meet the needs of nurses and healthcare professionals ✤✤ Provides key evidence for best practice and an extensive overview of the knowledge base all health professionals require to work effectively with people with diabetes   

✤✤ Includes protocols for consistent care and improving patient outcomes ✤✤ This edition includes new material on evaluating education programmes, cystic fibrosis-related diabetes, diabetes and sleep apnoea, and end-of-life care READERSHIP: Clinical Nurse Specialists in diabetes; health care professionals working in the field; students undertaking diabetes courses

Nov 2013 • 528PP • 978-0-470-65919-9 • PR • €44.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17090-1

GI Epidemiology – Diseases and Clinical Methodology 2nd Edition

Nicholas J. Talley, G. Richard Locke, Paul Moayyedi, Joseph J. West, Alexander C. Ford & Yuri A. Saito University of Newcastle, Callaghan, NSW, Australia; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, USA; McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada; University of Nottingham, UK; Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, West Yorkshire, UK; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, USA

✤✤ Combines a look at each GI condition with a thorough analysis of the methodologies of clinical research   

✤✤ Each disease chapter covers a summary, definition, incidence and prevalence, risk factors, quality of life, healthcare summary, prevention and conclusion ✤✤ Key points, summary box and MCQ’s in each chapter ✤✤ A renowned team of editors with an outstanding international reputation worldwide including both current and former Editor in Chief of the American Journal of Gastroenterology READERSHIP: Clinical gastroenterologists and gastroenterology researchers; epidemiologists, GI trainees (interns, residents, fellows)

Nov 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-67257-0 • Cl • €105.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-14949-5

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4th Edition

Howard C. Thomas, Anna S. F. Lok, Stephen A. Locarnini & Arie J. Zuckerman Imperial College London, London; University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, Melbourne, VIC, Australia; University College London, London

✤✤ Written and edited by world's leading authorities ✤✤ The new edition of this leading textbook features new chapters covering the very latest developments in extrahepatic manifestations and new anti-viral treatments for HBV and HCV ✤✤ Includes individual sections on each strain of hepatitis READERSHIP: Hepatologists, general gastroenterologists, Infectious disease physicians, research scientists in hepatitis/virology, trainee hepatologists/gastroenterologists, gastrointestinal pathologists, liver transplant surgeons

  

OCT 2013 • 696PP • 978-0-470-67295-2 • Cl • €219.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13005-9

Mollison’s Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine   12th Edition

HARVEY G. KLEIN & DAVID J. ANSTEE NIH Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Centre; University of Bristol

✤✤ Definitive reference source for any clinician involved with patients requiring transfusion ✤✤ Highly practical advice on management for the clinician ✤✤ Completely revised and updated to reflect the rapid pace of change in transfusion medicine ✤✤ New sections on paediatric transfusion issues, peri-operative blood conservation strategies and intraoperative cell salvage   

READERSHIP: Haematologists, transfusion medicine specialists, laboratory technicians and medical personnel working in blood banks

Nov 2013 • 912PP • 978-1-405-19940-7 • Cl • €182.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-06454-0

Sleep Medicine in Neurology   DOUGLAS KIRSCH Harvard Medical School, USA

✤✤ Will help neurologists to diagnose the reasons for dysfunctional sleep in their patients ✤✤ Part of the Neurology in Practice series ✤✤ A clinical in the office ‘at the bedside’ guide ✤✤ Contains algorithms and guidelines READERSHIP: Neurologists SERIES: NIP – NEUROLOGY IN PRACTICE

DEC 2013 • 252PP • 978-1-444-33551-4 • Pr • €57.90

  

Psoriasis  

Diagnosis and Management

WOLFRAM STERRY, ROBERT SABAT & SANDRA PHILIPP All University Charité Hospital and Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

✤✤ Practical guide on diagnosing and managing all patient psoriatic related ailments ✤✤ Clinical features and etiology cover the range of individual patient experiences

Psoriasis

Dermatology / Neurology / Hematology / Hepatology

Viral Hepatitis

✤✤ Algorithms of diagnostic procedures and management protocols provide helpful tools for daily practical care READERSHIP: Dermatologists and dermatologists in training

Feb 2014 • 280PP • 978-0-470-65736-2 • CL • €77.90

   

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Psychiatry / urology / Obstetrics

Leadership in Psychiatry   DINESH BHUGRA, PEDRO RUIZ & SUSHAM GUPTA Institute of Psychiatry; East London NHS Foundation Trust

✤✤ The first book written specifically for leaders and potential leaders in psychiatry ✤✤ Brings knowledge from the professional world of management and leadership studies into the clinical sphere, choosing the relevant material to help a busy clinician make a difference in their work environment ✤✤ Describes how to motivate the clinical team to deliver the most effective care ✤✤ Features case studies to illustrate key points   

✤✤ Written by psychiatrists with many years of leading within the private and public sectors in countries around the world READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, mental health care professionals, health care managers

NOV 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-119-95291-6 • CL • €65.90

Models for Mental Disorder    5th Edition

PETER TYRER St Charles’ Hospital, London, UK

✤✤ Practical, compact and user-friendly – popular with mental health professionals over many editions ✤✤ Changes in clinical practice and understanding will be reflected in the revised text ✤✤ The only book to describe the models framing mental health diagnosis and management ✤✤ Clearly written – a joy to read for the beginner and more experienced practitioner alike ✤✤ Features a teaching exercise for use when training students in the various models   

READERSHIP: Junior psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, mental health care professionals, medical practitioners and students

Dec 2013 • 192PP • 978-1-118-54052-7 • PR • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-09366-5

Percutaneous Renal Surgery    MANOJ MONGA & ABHAY RANE Stevan B Streem Center for Endourology, Cleveland, Ohio, USA; East Surrey Hospital, UK

✤✤ Expertly covers the surgical management of the three major conditions requiring percutaneous renal surgery -stones, transitional cell cancer and renal cancer ✤✤ Focus throughout on how to best manage the patient: via patient safety, patient selection, preparation for surgery and patient counselling both pre- and post-op ✤✤ High-definition video clips will complement the description of surgical procedures ✤✤ Outstanding US/UK editor and author team   

READERSHIP: Surgeons, especially urologic surgeons, urologists, endourologists and nephrologists

Dec 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-118-27873-4 • CL • €149.00

Management of Labor and Delivery   GEORGE MACONES ✤✤ Focuses on the birth process

Management of Labor and Delivery

✤✤ Blends science with clinical applications ✤✤ Designed for modern clinical practice and concerns ✤✤ Depth of coverage fused with ‘quick-access’ features ✤✤ Internationally renowned editor

   

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READERSHIP: Primary: trainee and practicing obstetrician-gynecologists Secondary: midwives

Mar 2014 • 656PP • 978-1-118-26864-3 • CL • €169.00


Richard C. Semelka & Jorge Elias Both University of North Carolina School of Medicine

✤✤ Provides concise but thorough discussion of all current US healthcare reform issues, with special attention to those of special interest to radiologists ✤✤ Offers solutions to healthcare reform-related problems in both a macro context and in a micro context, for ready consideration and application by radiologists in their practice settings ✤✤ Excellent balance of clinical and healthcare policy issues ✤✤ Offers international perspectives, including ideas from other countries’ healthcare systems   

READERSHIP: All professionals involved with imaging, including : radiologists, cardiologists, surgeons, imaging department managers, and residents in training

Oct 2013 • 212pp • 978-1-118-64217-7 • PR • €69.90

Radiobiology of Medical Imaging Charles Kelsey, Philip H. Heintz, Gregory Chambers & Daniel Sandoval All University of New Mexico, US

✤✤ A basic-science introduction to radiation biology and radiation physics followed by strong medical and healthcare applications ✤✤ Highly illustrated, with over 250 carefully selected, high-quality images

Radiobiology of Medical Imaging

✤✤ Provides a thorough treatment of new web-based radiobiology and radiation physics technologies ✤✤ Includes a supplementary website containing additional full color figures, tables and interactive media and self-study questions

   

READERSHIP: Diagnostic radiology and radiation oncology trainees, medical physics and bioengineering graduate students

SEP 2013 • 320pp • 978-0-470-55177-6 • CL • €87.90

CARDIOLOGY / RADIOLOGY

Healthcare Reform in Radiology

Diagnostic Imaging of Infections and Inflammatory Diseases A Multidisciplinary Approach

Alberto Signore University of Rome

✤✤ Systematically presents the state-of-the-art in the diagnostic uses of radiologic imaging and nuclear medicine in infectious diseases as well as inflammation. ✤✤ Wide-ranging topics, including inflammatory bowel diseases, orthopaedic infections, tuberculosis, HIV, vascular prosthesis infection, FUO (fever of unknown origin) and endocarditis, rheumatoid arthritis, and neurological infections.

  

✤✤ Each chapter concludes with a carefully developed algorithmic flowchart for the management of patients with inflammation and infection READERSHIP: General radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians; clinical specialists from many fields including infectious disease, gastroenterology, orthopaedics, vascular surgery, internal medicine, psychiatry, rheumatology, and neurology

OCT 2013 • 248pp • 978-1-118-48441-8 • PR • €129.00

Cryoablation for Cardiac Arrhythmias  Ngai-Yin Chan Princess Margaret Hospital, Hong Kong

✤✤ A comprehensive guide, with self-assessment, to the clinical application of this exciting alternative treatment for atrial fibrialtion and other cardiac arrhythmias ✤✤ Edited by international team of experts ✤✤ Focuses on catheter-based techniques rather than surgical procedures ✤✤ Reflects global best practices from centres with considerable experience in the use of cryoablation techniques READERSHIP: EP physicians, nurses, lab technical staff, and fellows, interventional cardiologists and fellows

Cryoablation for Cardiac Arrhythmias

   

NOV 2013 • 160PP • 978-1-118-45183-0 • CL • €125.00

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Oncology & Radiotherapy / Nursing General

Dermatologic Principles and Practice in Oncology     Conditions of the Skin, Hair, and Nails in Cancer Patients and Survivors

MARIO E. LACOUTURE Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA

✤✤ The only book to provide a focused perspective on the side effects of the skin, hair and nails in cancer patients ✤✤ Effect of oncology drugs, clinical presentations and treatment recommendations covered in detail   

✤✤ Enables dermatologists and other practitioners to significantly improve the care of patients with cancer READERSHIP: Oncologists, oncology nurses, and dermatologists caring for cancer patients

OCT 2013 • 432PP • 978-0-470-62188-2 • CL • €132.00

Care Planning in Mental Health    Promoting Recovery 2nd Edition

ANGELA HALL, MIKE WREN & STEPHAN KIRBY All at University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK

✤✤ New edition of a comprehensive resource on essential concepts of care and its delivery ✤✤ Now with a stronger focus on recovery, placing this crucial issue at its core ✤✤ Provides a range of evidence-based guidelines for care ✤✤ Practical examples and clinical scenarios are included throughout   

READERSHIP: Newly qualified mental health and social care practitioners; students on years 2 & 3 of the Mental Health branch of the nursing degree programme

Dec 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-470-67186-3 • PR • €38.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15285-3

Fundamentals of Medical-Surgical Nursing    A Systems Approach

ANNE-MARIE BRADY, CATHERINE MCCABE & MARGARET MCCANN All at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Accessible and user-friendly, with learning outcomes, case studies, reflective questions, activities, and further reading ✤✤ One of the few medical-surgical textbooks written from a UK perspective ✤✤ Full colour illustrations throughout   

✤✤ Companion website featuring extra resources for lecturers and students, including an image library, interactive multiple choice questions, case studies, reflective exercises, and weblinks and further reading READERSHIP: Undergraduate nursing students on adult nursing degree courses; assistant practitioners; health care assistants SERIES: FUNDAMENTALS

Nov 2013 • 568PP • 978-0-470-65823-9 • PR • €38.90

The Student’s Guide to Becoming a Midwife    IAN PEATE & CATHY HAMILTON University of West London; University of Hertfordshire

✤✤ Thoroughly rewritten and updated to include the latest 2012 NMC standards for pre-registration midwifery education; describes in detail what is needed in order to achieve NMC standards of competence ✤✤ Explores a range of key topics, including effective communication and documentation, confidentiality, the fundamentals of antenatal, intrapartum, and postnatal care, clinical decision-making, and evidence-based practice, plus a brand-new chapter on midwifery and public health   

✤✤ Case studies, top tips, activities and questions throughout ✤✤ From the author of “The Student’s Guide to Becoming a Nurse” READERSHIP: Student midwives, and those about to begin their course; midwives returning to practice; students on Access to Health and Social Care programmes

Nov 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-41093-6 • PR • €28.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-06559-4

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A Workbook for Clinical Autonomous Practice

DAVID BRADLEY Retired Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Aimed principally at students, this workbook is divided into body regions, with each chapter exploring applied anatomy, history and mechanism of injury, patient examination, minor musculoskeletal injuries, and minor musculoskeletal conditions ✤✤ Makes extensive use of pedagogical features throughout, including activity boxes, case scenarios, self-test questions, and hints and tips for studying and learning ✤✤ Covers both minor injuries and conditions, containing a broad range of topics in one title and building from a foundation level of knowledge through to a detailed evidence base

  

READERSHIP: Students on Nurse Practitioner, Minor Injury Paramedic, and Emergency Care courses; paramedic practitioners; nurses and nurse practitioners working in minor injuries clinics, emergency departments, and walk-in centres

DEC 2013 • 336PP • 978-0-470-67310-2 • PR • €38.90

Open-Bite Malocclusion   Treatment and Stability

GUILHERME JANSON & Fabricio Valarelli Both University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

✤✤ Evidence-based approach to treatment of open-bite malocclusions in the primary, mixed, and permanent dentitions

Open-Bite Malocclusion

✤✤ Includes simple orthodontic treatments through complex surgical treatments ✤✤ Presents strategies for increased treatment stability ✤✤ Color photographs and illustrations throughout

   

READERSHIP: Orthodontists, orthodontic residents, oral surgeons, and predoctoral orthodontics courses

Dec 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-118-33598-7 • PR • €TBA

Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography  

Dentistry / Nursing General

Minor Injuries and Conditions   

SHAWNEEN GONZALEZ College of Dentistry at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Lincoln, NE

✤✤ Thorough coverage of the basics of CBCT imaging as it pertains to dental applications ✤✤ Ideal for general practitioners and dental students ✤✤ Features numerous compares normal anatomical images with images of incidental findings to sharpen identification skills ✤✤ Organized anatomically for quick reference   

✤✤ Includes access to a companion website hosting additional photos and case examples READERSHIP: General dentists, dental students

Oct 2013 • 248PP • 978-1-118-38106-9 • PR • €TBA

Behavioral Dentistry 2nd Edition

David Mostofsky & Farida Fortune Boston University, Boston, MA; Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry Institute of Dentistry, London

✤✤ Surveys all key sub-specialties within one comprehensive text ✤✤ Balances theory with practical guidelines for clinical setting

Behavioral Dentistry

✤✤ Features both existing and recently developed techniques in behavioral dentistry ✤✤ Editors and contributors provide an international and interdisciplinary perspective READERSHIP: General dentists, dental students

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-27206-0 • PR • €TBA

   

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Dentistry / Veterinary

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics: Indications, Insights, and Innovations Sunil Kapila University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

✤✤ Presents case studies on clinical applications of cone beam computed tomography ✤✤ Contributors include leading radiology and orthodontic experts from North America, Europe, and the Middle East   

✤✤ More than 200 photographs and radiographs 2 DVDs feature presentations from the 39th Moyers Symposium READERSHIP: Orthodontists, orthodontic residents, oral and maxillofacial surgeons

AUG 2013 • 386PP • 978-1-118-44848-9 • CL • €TBA

Cone Beam Computed Tomography: Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnosis and Applications David Sarment Private Practice, Alexandria, VA, USA

✤✤ Clinically focused reference provides overview of CBCT use in a wide range of dental procedures ✤✤ Explains advanced diagnosis using CT data and CBCT-related treatment planning ✤✤ Chapters written by leading experts in each subject area ✤✤ High-quality photographs and CBCT radiographs   

READERSHIP: Periodontists, orthodontists, endodontists, oral surgeons, general dentists, radiologists

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-0-470-96140-7 • PR • €TBA

Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner   GREGORY R. LISCIANDRO Emergency Pet Center, San Antonio, Texas

✤✤ Provides all the information needed to begin using focused point-of-care exams as a patient diagnostic screening and monitoring tool for trauma, triage, and tracking ✤✤ Describes the essentials of performing and incorporating the abdominal FAST (AFAST) , thoracic FAST (TFAST) and Vet Blue lung ultrasound exams into your practice   

✤✤ Emphasizes how FAST exams serve as a platform for developing necessary ultrasound skills for the additional focused exams in other organs covered in the book ✤✤ Improves patient outcomes by aiding in the detection of conditions and complications not apparent through the physical exam, laboratory diagnostics, or radiographic findings READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners, emergency and critical care specialists, radiologists

Dec 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-36959-3 • CL • €TBA

How to… Collected Articles from BSAVA Companion   BSAVA ✤✤ Brings together 40 of the best ‘How to…’ articles published in companion (the BSAVA’s monthly membership magazine) over the past four years into an easy, well-illustrated reference book ✤✤ Practical tips and tricks on a wide variety of commonly-encountered situations ✤✤ From how to place an oesophagostomy tube, through microchipping chelonians, to selecting and carrying out a gastropexy procedure   

✤✤ Articles have been revised and updated where appropriate, to ensure they remain current READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice

APR 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-905-31950-3 • PR • €TBA

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ANNA MEREDITH & BRIGITTE LORD Both The R(D)SVS Hospital for Small Animals, The University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Rabbits are an increasingly important component of general small animal practice. The aim of this new Manual is to greatly expand and update the information in the BSAVA Manual of Rabbit Medicine and Surgery 2nd edition to improve and refine the quality of veterinary care available for rabbits

BSAVA Manual of Rabbit Medicine

✤✤ Section one covers the basics including anatomy, husbandry, nutrition, and much more – including how to provide a rabbit-friendly practice ✤✤ The Manual goes on to cover disorders by system including a chapter with flow charts illustrating the approach to ten common conditions

   

✤✤ Features the practical approach that is the hallmark of BSAVA Manuals and complements the BSAVA Manual of Rabbit Surgery, Dentistry and Imaging

Veterinary

BSAVA Manual of Rabbit Medicine  

READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice

NOV 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-905-31949-7 • PR • €TBA

Color Atlas of Equine Pathology   Claus D. Buergelt & Fabio Del Piero University of Florida, USA; Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Presents more than 1,000 high-quality color images showing primarily gross pathology and significant histopathology and indirect immunohistochemistry ✤✤ Aids identification of equine disease, with a user-friendly format to show the correlations between clinical signs and gross and microscopic lesions ✤✤ Provides a comparison guide for clinical presentations during or after an equine necropsy and a synopsis of the principles of the equine field necropsy ✤✤ Covers diseases found in the neonate, juvenile, and adult horse, with a focus on diseases usually found in North America

  

READERSHIP: Laboratory diagnosticians and pathology specialists, as well as equine practitioners and veterinary students

JUL 2013 • 592PP • 978-0-470-96284-8 • CL • €TBA

Turner and MacIlwraith’s Techniques in Large Animal Surgery   4th Edition

Dean A. Hendrickson & A.N. Baird Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA; Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

✤✤ Fully revised new edition of the classic book on surgical procedures in equine and farm animal species ✤✤ Presents detailed step-by-step descriptions of commonly used surgical techniques, with clear line drawings to illustrate the concepts covered ✤✤ Offers eight new techniques and several rewritten chapters ✤✤ Provides review questions and answers and figures from the book on an accompanying website

  

READERSHIP: Veterinary students, large animal and mixed veterinary practitioners

AUG 2013 • 344PP • 978-1-118-27323-4 • CL • €TBA Replaces ISBN: 978-0-781-78255-5

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult   2nd Edition

Lowell Ackerman Consultant, Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Provides a current, comprehensive resource for authoritative information on all aspects of veterinary practice management, with existing information extensively updated and many topics new to this edition ✤✤ Includes 55 new topics offering information on buying a practice, social media, organizational culture, and much more, and a new companion website offering sample forms and further resources ✤✤ Uses the popular Five-Minute Veterinary Consult structured format to allow quick access to information

  

✤✤ Offers a trusted resource for successful business management in veterinary practices, drawing on the combined wisdom of more than 75 expert authors with specialized information on all aspects of practice management READERSHIP: Veterinarians, practice managers, and other veterinary staff

AUG 2013 • 204PP • 978-1-118-52924-9 • CL • €TBA Replaces ISBN: 978-0-781-75984-7

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Veterinary

Antimicrobial Therapy in Veterinary Medicine   5th Edition

Steeve Giguère, John F. Prescott & Trisha Dowling College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, USA; The University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada; University of Saskatchewan, Canada

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive reference on veterinary applications for antimicrobial drugs, written by leaders in the field ✤✤ Provides a fully up-to-date, current resource on antimicrobial therapy, with updates throughout the book ✤✤ Features a new chapter on antimicrobial therapy in zoological species   

✤✤ Covers common infectious diseases and appropriate dosages for frequently used antimicrobial agents in many species READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners, students, public health veterinarians, and industry and research scientists

SEP 2013 • 680PP • 978-0-470-96302-9 • CL • €129.00 Replaces ISBN: 978-0-813-80656-3

Clinical Laboratory Animal Medicine: An Introduction   4th Edition

Karen Hrapkiewicz, Lesley Colby & Patricia Denison Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn, Michigan, USA; University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA; Veterinary Emergency Service in Madison Heights, Michigan, USA

✤✤ Provides a complete introduction to laboratory animal husbandry, diseases, and treatments ✤✤ Features a user-friendly presentation, with tip boxes, illustrations, and review questions to emphasize important concepts   

✤✤ Offers new information on transgenic mice, drug dosages, techniques, and environmental enrichment ✤✤ Includes a companion website with editable review questions and answers, instructional PowerPoints, and additional images READERSHIP: Students in veterinary medicine and veterinary technology programs, technicians studying for the AALAS certification, and veterinarians interested in laboratory animal medicine

SEP 2013 • 424PP • 978-1-118-34510-8 • PR • €TBA Replaces ISBN: 978-0-813-82966-1

Veterinary Technician’s Large Animal Daily Reference Guide   Amy D’Andrea & Jessica Sjogren New England Institute of Technology Veterinary Technology Program in Warwick, Rhode Island, USA; VCA South Shore Animal Hospital, South Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Provides fast access to all the information large animal technicians need in daily practice, with comprehensive coverage of all aspects of a veterinary technician’s responsibilities ✤✤ Presents information on a wide range of topics, including preventative health care, internal medicine, nursing care, radiography, and pharmacology   

✤✤ Encompasses both basic and advanced techniques, making it an ideal reference for veterinary technicians of any skill level ✤✤ Uses tables and charts for rapid retrieval of essential details READERSHIP: Veterinary nurses and veterinary nursing students

SEP 2013 • 432PP • 978-0-813-81621-0 • PR • €51.90

Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals   2nd Edition

R. Michael Akers & D. Michael Denbow Both Virginia Tech, USA

✤✤ Introduces the principles of anatomy and physiology of a wide range of domestic species ✤✤ Promotes a thorough understanding of the structure and function of each body system, with colorful illustrations throughout to depict the structures described ✤✤ Offers new sections showing the everyday relevance of the principles discussed   

✤✤ Includes supplementary materials online, including test banks, self-study questions, and the images in PowerPoint READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in animal science, zoology, and preveterinary programs

SEP 2013 • 680PP • 978-1-118-35638-8 • CL • €TBA Replaces ISBN: 978-0-813-80329-6

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Raquel M. Walton Animal Medical Center, New York, New York, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive reference for clinical pathology in horses ✤✤ Offers an equal emphasis on hematology and clinical chemistry ✤✤ Encompasses basic instrumentation and techniques to advanced interpretation ✤✤ Provides thorough coverage of the unique disease characteristics of the horse READERSHIP: Equine specialists and practitioners, clinical pathologists, veterinary students

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-813-81719-4 • CL • €109.00

  

Imaging Marine Life   Modern Imaging Techniques in Marine Biology

EMMANUEL G. REYNAUD Head of the Tara Oceans Marine Biology Imaging Platform (TAOMI), Germany

✤✤ Represents a unique compendium on imaging techniques of marine species ✤✤ Includes all known underwater imaging techniques as well as on land techniques ✤✤ Features works of an international team of experts from the Tara Oceans Marine Biology Imaging Platform (TAOMI) READERSHIP: Marine biologists, limnologists, biotechnologists, microbiologists, zoologists

Dec 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-32744-7 • CL • €119.00

  

Conservation Biology   Voices from the Tropics

NAVJOT S. SODHI, LUKE GIBSON & PETER H. RAVEN National University of Singapore, Singapore; National University of Singapore, Singapore; Missouri Botanical Gardens, USA

✤✤ Showcases a collection of key topical reviews from 30 contributors in tropical conservation biology, collated by the top ecologists in the field ✤✤ Incorporates case studies throughout, with both successes and failures ✤✤ Features the writings and editing works by the top tropical ecologists and conservation scientists in the world ✤✤ Provides an essential, comprehensive overview of the current state of the field of conservation biology

  

READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates in conservation science, professional conservation biologists

Nov 2013 • 280PP • 978-0-470-65863-5 • CL • €65.90

Geodiversity   

Valuing and Conserving Abiotic Nature 2nd Edition

MURRAY GRAY Queen Mary, University of London, UK

✤✤ Represents a fully revised and updated second edition of this successful text including new material on geoparks, geotourism, and implications of climate change for geoconservation

Geodiversity

✤✤ Focuses specifically on geodiversity of the planet, its threats, conservation, management, and value ✤✤ Compares geo- and biodiversity, establishes the need for integration of nature conservation strategies, and provides a vision for the future ✤✤ Includes global case studies on conserving geodiversity throughout USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Continental Europe, Australia, and New Zealand

Ecology, Conservation & Evolution / Veterinary

Equine Clinical Pathology   

    

READERSHIP: Students in environmental management, nature, conservation, resource management, applied geology, environmental geology, landscape architecture, planning, archaeology, and ecology

Oct 2013 • 504PP • 978-0-470-74215-0 • Pr • €41.90 / 978-0-470-74214-3 • Cl • €105.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-84895-1

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Ecology, Conservation & Evolution / Earth & Environmental Science

Fire on Earth    An Introduction

ANDREW C. SCOTT, DAVID M. J. S. BOWMAN, WILLIAM J. BOND, STEPHEN J. PYNE & MARTIN E. ALEXANDER Royal Holloway, University of London, UK; University of Tasmania, Australia; University of Cape Town, South Africa; Arizona State University, USA; Canadian Forest Service, Canada & University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ Adopts a comprehensive approach to the history, behaviour, and ecological effects of fire on earth ✤✤ Represents a timely introduction to this important subject, with relevance for global climate change, biodiversity loss, and the evolution of human culture ✤✤ Provides a foundation for the interdisciplinary field of fire research

  

✤✤ Showcases the works of an international team of leading experts in the field READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in wildland fire, fire management, behaviour, and ecology, plant ecology, forestry, geology, ecology, geography, physics, chemistry, climatology, atmospheric sciences & anthropology

oct 2013 • 476PP • 978-1-119-95356-2 • Pr • €48.90 / 978-1-119-95357-9 • Cl •98.60 €105.00

The Origins of Modern Humans   Biology Reconsidered 2nd Edition

FRED H. SMITH & JAMES C. AHERN Illinois State University & past president of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, USA; University of Wyoming, USA

The Origins of Modern Humans

✤✤ An updated new edition of an award-winning classic, which introduced the major competing theories in human evolution ✤✤ Features the works of leading thinkers in the field, covering all major theories in modern human evolution ✤✤ Includes new fossil and molecular evidence and new researchers in the field

    

✤✤ Considers regional evidence with a whole-world framework READERSHIP: Postgraduates and professionals in human evolution and paleoanthropology

SEP 2013 • 480PP • 978-0-470-89409-5 • CL • €112.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-83419-9

Coherent Structures in Flows at the Earth’s Surface    JEREMY G. VENDITTI, JAMES L. BEST, MICHAEL CHURCH & RICHARD J. HARDY Simon Fraser University, Canada; University of Illinois, USA; The University of British Columbia, Canada; Durham University, UK

✤✤ Features expert review of recent progress in the study of turbulent flows with a focus on recently identified organised structures ✤✤ Provides a global authoritative review of recent research in the field ✤✤ Covers both fundamental and applied topics ✤✤ Includes figures for instructor use on companion website

  READERSHIP: Practising and academic earth scientists, aerospace, civil, environmental, and mechanical engineers, ecologists, advanced students in

     

the same fields, aquatic ecologists, environmental managers

Oct 2013 • 278PP • 978-1-119-96277-9 • CL • €112.00

A Climate Modelling Primer   4th Edition

KENDAL MCGUFFIE University of Technology, Australia

A Climate Modelling Primer

✤✤ Represents a thoroughly revised and updated edition of a successful textbook with features to enhance learning ✤✤ Incorporates full colour, improved illustrations and photos throughout and features cartoons by world famous illustrator Fiona Katauskas, to enhance student understanding of a difficult subject

    

✤✤ Includes discussion of Earth System Models of Intermediate Complexity or EMICs and interactive exercises based on Energy Balance Model (EBM) and the Daisyworld model ✤✤ Features expanded consideration of the modelling of ocean circulation READERSHIP: Undergraduates in climate modelling, economic forecasting, computer science, environmental science, geography, and oceanography, researchers, professionals in related disciplines with climate models

DEC 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-119-94337-2 • Pr • €48.90 / 978-1-119-94336-5 • Cl • €122.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-85761-8

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An Environmental History 3rd Edition

NEIL ROBERTS University of Plymouth, UK

✤✤ Represents a new edition of a well-known and very successful introductory text

The Holocene

✤✤ Assumes undergraduate level knowledge of atmospheric science but is written for a wide audience of earth scientists and climatologists ✤✤ Shows the importance of decadal variability in the context of anthropogenic climate change and forecasting

    

✤✤ Covers societal impacts and predictability READERSHIP: Undergraduates in geography, ecology, environmental science, and earth science degree programmes worldwide

Nov 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-405-15521-2 • Pr • €34.90 / 978-1-118-71257-3 • Cl • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-18638-0

Plant Abiotic Stress    2nd Edition

MATTHEW A. JENKS & PAUL M. HASEGAWA United States Department of Agriculture, USA; Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Reviews the latest research in a wide range of plant abiotic stress responses including drought, flooding, temperature, and salinity

Plant Abiotic Stress

✤✤ Features expanded coverage to reflect the latest research advances in whole genome analysis ✤✤ Includes a chapter which reviews the impacts of epigenetics on abiotic stress resistance ✤✤ Showcases the writings of a team of leading international researchers

    

READERSHIP: Plant stress biologists, plant physiologists, crop scientists, plant biologists, geneticists, global change biologists, scientific researchers in cytogenetics, plant genomics, plant genetics, advanced students in genetics and plant sciences

DEC 2013 • 396PP • 978-1-118-41217-6 • CL • €175.00

Pesticide Application Methods   4th Edition

GRAHAM MATTHEWS, PAUL MILLER & ROY BATEMAN Imperial College, UK; National Institute of Agricultural Botany, UK; Imperial College, UK

✤✤ Provides up-to-date information on the different types of pesticide application techniques and how they should be used to ensure efficient and effective pest control ✤✤ Fully updated and revised edition of well-respected and widely-used book ✤✤ Essential reference work for all those involved in crop protection ✤✤ Vital information for increasing agricultural productivity to feed the ever growing population   

READERSHIP: Crop scientists, plant scientists, plant pathologists, horticultural scientists, entomologists, agronomists, weed scientists, plant protection specialists, agrochemical company personnel, agrochemical equipment supply company personnel

Dec 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-35130-7 • CL • €169.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05473-2

Annual Plant Reviews, Insect-Plant Interactions   CLAUDIA VOELCKEL & GEORGE JANDER Massey University, New Zealand; Cornell University, USA

✤✤ Represents part of Wiley-Blackwell’s prestigious Annual Plant Reviews ✤✤ Gives an advanced review of an exciting and current topic written by leading authorities in the field ✤✤ Provides cutting-edge, up-to-date information on biochemical and molecular aspects of a wide array of often commercially important and fascinating interactions between plants and insects

Annual Plant Reviews, Insect-Plant Interactions

✤✤ Offers vital research for the world’s crop protection industry READERSHIP: Plant scientists, biochemists, plant pathologists, horticultural scientists, entomologists, crop protection personnel including those working within the agrochemical industry, evolutionary biologists, ecologists, agronomists SERIES: ANNUAL PLANT REVIEWS

DEC 2013 • 464PP • 978-0-470-67036-1 • CL • €169.00

    

Plant Science & Agriculture / Earth & Environmental Science

The Holocene  

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Plant Science & Agriculture / Food Science & Technology

Annual Plant Reviews, Peptide Signals in Plants    CARL B. HUFFAKER

Annual Plant Reviews, Peptide Signals in Plants

University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ Represents part of Wiley-Blackwell’s prestigious very successful Annual Plant Reviews ✤✤ Showcases works of leading world researchers in the area ✤✤ Discusses the huge and growing importance of peptide signals in plant sciences research ✤✤ Features a cutting edge review of an exciting and current topic in each chapter

    

READERSHIP: Plant scientists, biochemists, physiologists, molecular biologists, pharmacognocists, pharmacologists & agricultural scientists SERIES: ANNUAL PLANT REVIEWS

DEC 2013 • 464PP • 978-0-470-65819-2 • CL • €155.00

The Ecological Genomics of Fungi   FRANCIS MARTIN French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA), France

✤✤ Features a unique research reference bringing together fungal genomics, molecular ecology, and ecology

The Ecological Genomics of Fungi

✤✤ Showcases the works of leading researchers from around the world ✤✤ Includes sections which look at fungal interactions with plants and animals as well as the metagenomics of fungi

    

✤✤ Provides reviews of current research findings in the light of possible future directions READERSHIP: Mycologists, fungal genomisists, and researchers working on metabolism, molecular ecology, metagenomics, and plant-microbe interactions

Dec 2013 • 491PP • 978-1-119-94610-6 • CL • €169.00

Dates   

Postharvest Science, Processing Technology and Health Benefits

MUHAMMAD SIDDIQ, SALAH M. AL-EID & ADEL A. KADER Michigan State University, USA; King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia; University of California, Davis, USA

✤✤ Addresses the science and technology of the post-harvest production of dates, a commercially important and growing sector of the food industry

Dates

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of every aspect of post-harvest production including processing, pest control, packaging, innovative technologies, and utilisation of by-products

    

✤✤ Dedicates two chapters which look at the nutrition and health benefits of date consumption as well as phytochemical components of dates ✤✤ Includes an overview of the market worldwide by contributors from all over the globe READERSHIP: Scientific personnel specialising in dates processing, packaging, and dates-based products manufacturing, academic institutions in agriculture and food science, research institutions in the area of tropical and sub-tropical fruits

DEC 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-118-29237-2 • CL • €169.00

Stevioside  

Separation and Purification by Membrane Technology

SIRSHENDU DE, SOURAV MONDAL & SUVRAJIT BANERJEE All from the Indian Institute of Technology, India

✤✤ Provides an authoritative and timely look at stevioside, a newly approved sugar alternative with huge potential to become a key ingredient in the future ✤✤ Looks in depth at the processes involved in extracting, purifying, and applying stevioside, as well as examining the economics of the process, making the book ideal for the food industry

  

✤✤ Explores the functional and health benefits of stevioside in a dedicated chapter, tapping into this major research theme ✤✤ Includes the latest data and research findings, providing a strong research base for this cutting-edge book READERSHIP: Agriculture and food engineers, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, chemists, pharmacists, process engineers, product developers, research institutes, lecturers, postgraduates

NOV 2013 • 248PP • 978-1-118-35066-9 • CL • €169.00

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ERNESTO HERNANDEZ & AFAF KAMAL-ELDIN Omega Protein, Inc, USA; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

✤✤ Reviews current and new practices of fats and oils production ✤✤ Emphasises design of food formulations using nutrigenomics ✤✤ Discusses applications which demonstrate latest concepts and technologies ✤✤ Features the writings of experts at the forefront of bioactive lipids research READERSHIP: Food scientists, food technologists, and nutritionists in lipids processing and research, food chemists and oil chemists working for food manufacturers, oils and fats processing companies, food regulatory agencies, researchers SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

  

Oct 2013 • 280PP • 978-0-813-82767-4 • CL • €135.00

Resistant Starch  

Sources, Applications and Health Benefits

YONG-CHENG SHI & ODY MANINGAT Kansas State University, USA; MGP Ingredients, Inc., USA

✤✤ Covers the sources of different resistant starches, their properties, and applications in foods ✤✤ Compares different methods of measuring resistant starch as well as their strengths and limitations

Resistant Starch

✤✤ Describes how resistant starch performs in different food categories ✤✤ Examines recent studies on physiological and health effects of resistant starch READERSHIP: Food scientists and formulators, product developers, food manufacturers, food ingredient companies, suppliers of resistant starch, food and cereal chemists, nutrition scientists, nutrition professionals, digestive health specialists SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

    

oct 2013 • 304PP • 978-0-813-80951-9 • CL • €155.00

Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Food Science and Technology    DANIEL GRANATO & GASTÓN ARES United Metropolitan Universities, Brazil; University of the Republic, Uruguay

✤✤ Provides an accessible and practical guide to applying statistical and mathematical technologies in food science, suitable for readers across a range of knowledge levels and food-related disciplines ✤✤ Covers methodologies suitable for product and process optimisation, food safety, quality assurance, and sensory science ✤✤ Features multiple case studies, showing practical application of the statistical methods in real-world scenarios

Food Science & Technology

Processing and Nutrition Fats and Oils  

Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Food Science and Technology

    

READERSHIP: Food scientists, technologists, and engineers in academia, research, and industry, professionals in functional foods and nutraceuticals, scientists, regulators, students in food science and related programmes SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

Nov 2013 • 536PP • 978-1-118-43368-3 • CL • €199.00

Quantitative Sensory Analysis   Psychophysics, Models and Intelligent Design

HARRY T. LAWLESS Cornell University, USA

✤✤ Offers an in-depth and unique treatment of the quantitative basis of sensory testing ✤✤ Enables scientists in the food, cosmetics, and personal care product industries to gain objective insights into consumer preference data ✤✤ Examines the psychophysical and statistical underpinnings of sensory testing methods ✤✤ Features the writings of a globally-recognised world leader in the field READERSHIP: Industrial sensory evaluation practitioners, sensory scientists, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in sensory evaluation, sensometricians

  

Nov 2013 • 441PP • 978-0-470-67346-1 • CL • €169.00

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Food Science & Technology / forensic science / Microbiology 66

Guide to US Food Laws and Regulations    2nd Edition

PATRICIA A. CURTIS Auburn University, USA

Guide to US Food Laws and Regulations

✤✤ Provides a practical and accessible overview of US food laws and regulations and the roles of key agencies such as the FDA and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service ✤✤ Showcases the writings of a food industry expert, useful as a reference for food industry personnel and students

   

✤✤ Points the way to helpful online information resources ✤✤ Offers a companion website which highlights key new developments READERSHIP: Food industry scientists, managers, and executives based in large, medium, and small companies, students, researchers, and teachers of food science

Oct 2013 • 334PP • 978-1-118-22778-7 • PR • €71.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-813-81946-4

Guide to Foodborne Pathogens   2nd Edition

RONALD G. LABBÉ & SANTOS GARCÍA University of Massachusetts, USA; University of Nuevo Leon, USA

Guide to Foodborne Pathogens

✤✤ Serves as a comprehensive and accessible reference on the pathogens – bacteria, viruses, and parasites – most commonly responsible for foodborne illness ✤✤ Represents a completely revised and updated second edition featuring twelve new chapters ✤✤ Dedicates a chapter which looks at the new technologies for microbial detection

    

READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists, microbiologists, public health officials, regulatory bodies, managers responsible for food safety within food manufacturing companies, instructors and students on advanced food safety courses

Nov 2013 • 400PP • 978-0-470-67142-9 • CL • €169.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-35034-7

The Science of Forensic Entomology   DAVID B. RIVERS & GREGORY A. DAHLEM Loyola University Maryland, USA; Northern Kentucky University, USA

✤✤ Offers an introduction to the field of forensic entomology and provides in-depth discussion of biological concepts associated with insect biology, ecology, physiology, and chemical communication

The Science of Forensic Entomology

✤✤ Starts off with an outline of key concepts and includes review questions to reinforce learning in each chapter ✤✤ Provides colour plate section as well as a glossary of key terms

    

✤✤ Includes identification keys for adults and larvae of flies from the families Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae, and Muscidae READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in forensic entomology, forensic biology, and general forensic science courses, students in entomology and biology courses, law enforcers, forensic investigators, researchers

Nov 2013 • 392PP • 978-1-119-94037-1 • Pr • €48.90 / 978-1-119-94036-4 • Cl • €122.00

Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cancer   KHALID SHAH Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA

✤✤ Offers a thorough and concise description of tumoritrophic properties of stem cells, engineering targeted therapeutics, and utilisation of imaging techniques

Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cancer

✤✤ Comprises of sections on stem cell therapy in brain cancers, lung cancers, and breast cancers as well as stem cells in combination with other therapies ✤✤ Focuses on the practical applications of using stem cells as gene delivery agents to treat cancer

    

✤✤ Includes coverage of cutting-edge molecular imaging techniques in stem cell therapeutics for a variety of tumour types READERSHIP: Researchers in cancer therapy and novel drug development, physicians, oncologists, medical biotechnologists, clinical researchers, postgraduate students and medical students, professionals in molecular imaging

OCT 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-28242-7 • CL • €129.00


CHRISTIAN DOERIG, GERALD SPAETH, MARTIN WIESE & PAUL M. SELZER Monash University, Australia; Institut Pasteur, France; University of Strathclyde, UK; Intervet Innovation GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Brings together the latest research on kinases and phosphatases ✤✤ Enables practitioners to use findings to help combat the major diseases caused by eukaryotic parasites ✤✤ Showcases a quality publication of works by an outstanding editor and contributor team

Protein Phosphorylation in Parasites

✤✤ Includes basic research and translational approaches towards drug discovery READERSHIP: Parasitologists; pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical chemists, specialists on tropics medicine, pharmacologists and veterinarians and biochemical Institutes SERIES: DRUG DISCOVERY IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES

    

Dec 2013 • 450PP • 978-3-527-33235-9 • CL • €TBA

Concise Encyclopaedia of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology   2nd Edition

JOHN M. HANCOCK & MARKETA J. ZVELEBIL Institute of Cancer Research,UK; Medical Research Council (MRC), UK

✤✤ Represents a thoroughly updated new edition of an acclaimed and comprehensive guide to the fast moving field of bioinformatics and computational biology ✤✤ Includes contributions from the foremost academics in bioinformatics and computational biology ✤✤ Provides enhanced explanatory diagrams and figures to help explain complex terms and a further reading and references section

  

✤✤ Features improved layout and cross-referencing to help find important entries quickly READERSHIP: Professionals, academics, and researchers in the area of bioinformatics, biology, and related areas, postgraduates and advanced undergraduates taking bioinformatics courses

Nov 2013 • 608PP • 978-0-470-97871-9 • PR • €65.90 / 978-0-470-97872-6 • CL • €129.00

Biological Safety   5th Edition

Diane O. Fleming ✤✤ Presents the essentials for a complete biological safety program, with specific advice on management and implementation issues ✤✤ Covers the identification, assessment, and management of hazardous biological agents and toxins

Biological Safety

✤✤ Updates information on laboratory-acquired infections and examines epidemiology and routes of exposure ✤✤ Refers extensively to current NIH, CDC, and other regulations and guidelines

   

✤✤ Addresses special considerations, from teaching and industrial labs to biosecurity programs READERSHIP: Serves as a resource for those involved in biological safety, including program managers, biological safety professionals SERIES: ASM PRESS

NOV 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-555-81620-9 • CL • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-555-81339-0

Molecular Life Sciences / Microbiology

Protein Phosphorylation in Parasites  

The Cerebellum   Language, Movement, and Attention

DIANNE M. BROUSSARD University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ Represents a concise, accessible overview of modern data on physiology and function of the cerebellum as it relates to learning, plasticity, and neurodegenerative diseases

The Cerebellum

✤✤ Offers a broad scope, encompassing anatomy and physiology, theoretical work, cellular mechanisms, clinical research, and disorders ✤✤ Provides synthesis and analysis of both historical and current literature on the cerebellum ✤✤ Features the works of an expert neurophysiologist and researcher with an in-depth knowledge of the cerebellum from 30 years of studies

    

READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, medical students, and postgraduates in the neuroscience, neurobiology, neurophysiology, neuropsychology, and cognitive science, clinical neurologists especially clinical research fellows and residents

DEC 2013 • 232PP • 978-1-118-12563-2 • CL • €105.00

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Molecular Life Sciences

Neurostereology    Methods and Applications

PETER R. MOUTON University of South Florida, USA

✤✤ Offers a concise introduction to the methodology and application of stereological research in neuroscience

Neurostereology

✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for integrating stereological methods into neuroscience research ✤✤ Provides readers with the tools to extrapolate 3-dimensional quantitative data from 2-dimensional samples

    

✤✤ Covers a wide array of replicable novel neurostereological techniques READERSHIP: Cellular and molecular neurobiologists, neuroanatomists, neurophysiologists, neurologists, advanced students

DEC 2013 • 285PP • 978-1-118-44421-4 • CL • €112.00

Metabolic Syndrome and Neurological Disorders   AKHLAQ A. FAROOQUI & TAHIRA FAROOQUI Both from Ohio State University, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of the molecular mechanisms behind the link between metabolic syndrome and stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression ✤✤ Represents a timely investigation of a health issue which will be of increasing importance given the aging of the world’s population ✤✤ Features the writings of leaders in the field of metabolic syndrome   

✤✤ Offers a unique, accessible exploration of a topic with relevance for a wide variety of disciplines, including neuroscientists, pharmacologists, and clinicians READERSHIP: Neuroscientists, biochemists, neurologists, pharmacologists, nutritionists, dietitians, physicians

DEC 2013 • 582PP • 978-1-118-39527-1 • CL • €155.00

A Guide to Working with BSL-3/4 Agents   MANFRED WEIDMANN, NIGEL SILMANN, PATRICK BUTAYE & MANDY ELSCHNER University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany; Health Protection Agency, UK; University of Ghent, Belgium; Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Federal Research Institute for Animal Health, Germany

A Guide to Working with BSL-3/4 Agents

✤✤ Represents an authoritative course book for BSL3/4 laboratories based on a course developed in 2007 by the EU COST action group 28b, serving as a standard for many BSL3/4 training courses worldwide ✤✤ Works as a teaching guide for all new BSL3/4 personnel and useful resource for all permanent staff

    

✤✤ Covers bio-containment, hazard criteria, and categorisation of microbes, technical specifications of BSL-3 laboratories, ABSL-3 laboratories, personal protective gear, shipping BSL-3 and BSL-4 organisms according to UN and IATA regulations READERSHIP: Laboratory heads, epidemiologists, microbiologists, public health agencies, military authorities

NOV 2013 • 480PP • 978-3-527-33467-4 • PR • €99.00

Modern Environments and Human Health   Revisiting the Second Epidemiological Transition

MOLLY K. ZUCKERMAN Mississippi State University, USA

Modern Environments and Human Health

✤✤ Demonstrates by example how methods, theoretical approaches, and data from a wide range of disciplines can be used to resolve longstanding questions about the second epidemiological transition ✤✤ Addresses the second epidemiological transition from a multi-regional, comparative, and interdisciplinary perspective

    

✤✤ Brings together skeletal, archaeological, biodemographic, geochemical, environmental, epidemiological, cemetery, social history, and parasitological data ✤✤ Features the writings of a team of international and interdisciplinary experts in an engaging and jargon-free style READERSHIP: Postgraduates, academics, and researchers in biological anthropology, history, demography, and human biology, students and professors in courses on bioarchaeology, urban and historical archaeology, social history, and economic history

Oct 2013 • 520PP • 978-1-118-50420-8 • CL • €129.00

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Understanding Lung Aging

MAURICIO ROJAS, SILKE MEINERS & CLAUDE JOURDAN LE SAUX University of Pittsburgh, USA; Comprehensive Pneumology Center, Germany; University of Texas Health Science Center, USA

✤✤ Serves as a comprehensive reference of lung aging and disease physiology, combining basic science and clinical applications

Molecular Aspects of Aging

✤✤ Emphasises a combination of basic science and animal model research ✤✤ Explores age-associated lung physiology and clinical disorders ✤✤ Summarises current knowledge in the field and highlights future research directions

    

READERSHIP: Basic science and clinical investigators in the areas of aging science, respirology, internal medicine, postgraduate fellows, senior residents

Oct 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-39624-7 • CL • €129.00

Chromatography   

Basic Principles, Sample Preparations and Related Methods

ELSA LUNDANES, LÉON REUBSAET & TYGE GREIBROKK All from University of Oslo, Norway

✤✤ Presents an introductory text for undergraduates and technicians on the most widely used separation technology in the world

Chromatography

✤✤ The authors have many decades of experience in research, teaching and publication on the topic ✤✤ Full textbook features and 4 colour throughout ✤✤ Covers all major modern chromatography technology (thin layer, gas, high pressure liquid, and supercritical fluid chromatography) but also related methods, in particular electrophoretic technologies

    

READERSHIP: Students in biochemistry, chemistry, or studying these subjects as a minor subject, Students of biotechnology, biology, molecular biology, pharmacy, lab technicians in chemistry, pharmacy, and biology

Nov 2013 • 325PP • 978-3-527-33620-3 • PR • €TBA

Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Ecosystem Managers   Simulation and Resampling

TIMOTHY C. HAAS ✤✤ Presents basic frequentist probability ideas, introduces the use of software-based simulation using R and spatial statistics, and provides a step-by-step guide to installing and using Quantum GIS ✤✤ Looks at the basics of Bayesian Belief Networks or BBN and influence diagrams and simulated minimum Hellinger distance parameter estimation ✤✤ Addresses resampling-based hypothesis tests and confidence intervals that can be applied to spatiotemporal data

  

✤✤ Explores learning algorithms for influence diagrams as well as individual-based models or IBMs of wildlife populations

Life Science / Molecular Life Sciences

Molecular Aspects of Aging   

READERSHIP: Ecosystem managers, social scientists, postgraduates in the field of environmental science SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

Jun 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-118-35768-2 • CL • €71.90

Industial Biotechnology – Biotech   SANG YUP LEE, JENS NIELSEN, GREGORY STEPHANOPOULOS, CHRISTOPH WITTMANN & JAMES C. LIAO KAIST, Republik Korea; Chalmers University, Sweden; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; TU Braunschweig, Germany; University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ Features three main sections - fundamentals, products, and industry ✤✤ Introduces the fundamentals - spanning the history of industrial biotechnology to strain engineering and design ✤✤ Discusses the products - energy biotechnology to enzymes and biocatalysis ✤✤ Explores the industry - fermentation technology to what is on the horizon

Industial Biotechnology – Biotech

   

READERSHIP: Librarians, biotechnologists, biotechnology students, biotechnological industry, biotechnological institutes, food industry, libraries Series: Wiley-Blackwell Biotechnology Series

Dec 2013 • 1100PP • 978-3-527-33408-7 • CL • €TBA

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Life Science / computer science / Energy

Medical Informatics for eHealth   T. WU ✤✤ Includes sections on grid and cloud computing for healthcare

Medical Informatics for eHealth

✤✤ Covers system architecture, technologies, and applications associated with medical informatics ✤✤ Explains how data mining can be incorporated into healthcare data ✤✤ Serves as a useful reference for professionals, researchers, or as a postgraduate text

   

READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers, planners, market analysers, policy makers, IT staff working in healthcare, IT, telecom markets, and universities, venture capitalists, technology analysers in the financial market SERIES: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SERIES

Dec 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-02248-1 • CL • €81.90

Dependable Computing   Design and Assessment

RAVISHANKAR K. IYER, ZBIGNIEW T. KALBARCZYK & NITHIN M. NAKKA ✤✤ Uses a solution-based teaching model and includes problem sets at the end of each chapter, a solutions manual, a full semester of slides, and lecture notes

Dependable Computing

✤✤ Treats emergent application domains, e.g. smart grid applications and telecommunication systems ✤✤ Utilises real-life applications for illustrations of technology

    

✤✤ Covers both software and hardware aspects of dependability and addresses the new reality of dependability - security attacks, new dependability requirements such as smart grids and cloud computing, etc READERSHIP: Junior/senior undergraduates and postgraduates in computer engineering and computer science, professionals from both academic research and commercial/business systems involved in computer dependability

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-70944-3 • CL • €TBA

Software Measurement and Estimation   A Practical Approach 2nd Edition

LINDA M. LAIRD & M. CAROL BRENNAN

Software Measurement and Estimation

✤✤ Offers an explicit extension of concepts and techniques to systems as well as software ✤✤ Adds new chapters on system performance, agility, security, and usability ✤✤ Discusses agile development methodology estimation techniques

   

✤✤ Includes risk assessment sections as well as many examples and problems with answers making it a great teaching tool READERSHIP: Computer science and electrical engineering postgraduates and advanced undergraduates, software engineers and managers, systems engineers, architects, project managers SERIES: QUANTITATIVE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SERIES

Nov 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-11616-6 • CL • €87.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-67622-5

Transition to Renewable Energy Systems   Energy Process Engineering

DETLEF STOLTEN & VIKTOR SCHERER Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

✤✤ Explains how energy demand is expected to jump 40% by 2030 and how energy will continue to be one of the global topics ✤✤ Presents cutting-edge science and technology, including analysis of feasibility and impact on the environment, economy, and society

  

✤✤ Introduces and discusses robust, feasible, and breakthrough technologies that will be viable and implementable by 2020 ✤✤ Shows the concerted efforts of top academic researchers, industry players, and government officers in developing commercial concepts for a transition to renewable energy systems READERSHIP: Engineers in power technology, chemical engineers, process engineers, chemical industry, energy supplying companies, materials scientists, mechanical engineers, physicists in industry

MAY 2013 • 1008PP • 978-3-527-33239-7 • CL • €249.00

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Solar Power as an Energy Source

REZA RAZEGHIFARD ✤✤ Covers the current and future applications of solar power as an unlimited source of energy ✤✤ Describes a range of topics related to natural and artificial photosynthesis systems made for capturing solar energy, biomass as food sources and for CO2 sequestration, and hydrogen gas as biofuel ✤✤ Presents energy conversion mechanisms and efficiencies of solar cells for producing electricity ✤✤ Provides economical and environmental values of using these technologies READERSHIP: Professors, research scientists, and chemical engineers working in the areas of bioenergetics, biochemistry, chemical engineering, artificial photosynthesis, sustainability, photovoltaic, renewable energy sources, and biomass production

  

Nov 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-16006-0 • CL • €109.00

Wide Area Power System Monitoring and Control    Y. MITANI ✤✤ Contains end-of-chapter problems and solutions as well as case studies ✤✤ Incorporates authors’ experiences teaching and researching in many different international locations, namely Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Iran, and Australia

Wide Area Power System Monitoring and Control

Biology / Energy

Natural and Artifical Photosynthesis  

✤✤ Covers WPSMC problem understanding, design, practical aspects, and new hot topics such as smart grid and coordinated voltage regulation

   

READERSHIP: Engineers/operators in power system planning and operation, upper-level postgraduates in electrical engineering, researchers in power system control and operation, electric power research institutes and societies

Dec 2013 • 430PP • 978-1-118-45069-7 • CL • €119.00

Introduction to Modern Virology   7th Edition

NIGEL DIMMOCK University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ This book provides an integrated account of the subject across different host systems, with an emphasis on human and animal viruses

Introduction to Modern Virology

✤✤ The text is organised into thematic sections on the fundamental nature of viruses, their growth in cells, their interactions with the host organism and their role as agents of human disease ✤✤ Places more emphasis on immunology and pathology than in many other books

   

✤✤ Packed with accessible features for students, including key points, integrative questions, take-home messages, and a full-colour artwork programme READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Virology

Nov 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-119-97810-7 • PR • €51.90

Immunology    SUSAN ELY USA

✤✤ The text provides a primer of the fundamentals in part one, and then shows how the fundamentals are applied in parts two and three ✤✤ The text goes into the clinical connections associated with Immunology

Immunology

✤✤ The text engages students by showing the clinical connections associated with Immunology and opens each chapter with a case study related to the authors own experience as an M.D. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Immunology

Nov 2013 • 671PP • 978-0-470-48593-4 • PR • €81.90

   

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Chemistry

Biological Drug Products    Development and Strategies

WEI WANG & MANMOHAN SINGH ✤✤ Provides a complete overview of developing biologics drugs – process, safety and clinical assessment, manufacturing, regulatory, and intellectual property ✤✤ Presents all aspects of this dynamic field – genetic production methods, purification, characterisation, and delivery ✤✤ Covers the major classes of biologics – proteins and peptides, vaccines, oligonucleotides, and gene and regenerative medicines   

✤✤ Discusses lessons learned and future directions READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical and biotech scientists, pharmacologists, medicinal chemists, formulations scientists, biological and biochemical engineers, protein scientists, molecular biologists, toxicologists, clinical researchers

Dec 2013 • 760PP • 978-1-118-14889-1 • CL • €119.00

Drug Delivery Applications of Noninvasive Imaging    Validation from Biodistribution to Sites of Action

Drug Delivery Applications of Noninvasive Imaging

MEI TIAN & CHUN LI ✤✤ Helps readers solve problems related to image-guided drug delivery ✤✤ Discusses challenges, pitfalls, and practical issues at the intersection of imaging and drug delivery ✤✤ Addresses a hot topic on research and focuses on federal funding initiatives – the study of drug delivery with imaging techniques

    

✤✤ Provides methods, practices, and guidance for design and evaluation of drug delivery systems and includes chapters on nanoparticles as delivery systems READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical researchers and scientists developing drug delivery systems, contract research organisations involved in pharma technologies and drug delivery, biotech companies in areas of biomedical, pharmaceutics, nanomedicine

DEC 2013 • 504PP • 978-0-470-63347-2 • CL • €129.00

Advanced Drug Delivery   ASHIM MITRA, CHI H. LEE & KUN CHENG University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Offers a holistic view of the development of drug delivery systems – design, in vitro studies, clinical evaluation, and regulatory approval

Advanced Drug Delivery

✤✤ Uses a logical division of four sections covering fundamentals, delivery approaches, therapeutic applications, and future directions in biomedicine, tissue engineering, and molecular imaging ✤✤ Discusses strategies to target both synthetic small molecules and macromolecules

    

✤✤ Incorporates chapters on delivery using aptamers, biomimetics, nanofibers, and protein / peptide drug delivery and emphasises approaches for diseases, such as cardiovascular, ocular, cancerous, sexualtransmitted, and neurological diseases READERSHIP: Postgraduates or advanced undergraduates in pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, medical / health science, drug formulation and design, biomedical, chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science, pharmaceutical scientists, researchers

DEC 2013 • 572PP • 978-1-118-02266-5 • CL • €109.00

Crystals and Crystallinity in Polymers   Diffraction Analysis of Ordered and Disordered Crystals

CLAUDIO DE ROSA & FINIZIA AURIEMMA ✤✤ Provides the only current reference on crystal structures for polymers

Crystals and Crystallinity in Polymers

✤✤ Emphasises the most recent developments for structure determination ✤✤ Covers and compares common techniques utilised, such as X-ray diffraction, as well as electron diffraction and transmission electron microscopy

    

✤✤ Offers an overview of the effect of crystallisation conditions on the physical properties exhibited by polymers READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers, and postgraduates in polymers involving chemistry and physics, materials science, and chemical engineering

Sep 2013 • 464PP • 978-0-470-17576-7 • CL • €109.00

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Inorganic Elements in the Chemistry of Life – An Introduction and Guide 2nd Edition

WOLFGANG KAIM, BRIGITTE SCHWEDERSKI & AXEL KLEIN University of Stuttgart, Germany; Universitaet zu Koeln

✤✤ Summarises in one volume the current knowledge on the role of inorganic elements in biological processes and their application as biological agents ✤✤ Takes account of the latest developments through full revision and update to each chapter ✤✤ Incorporates new material on neurotransmitter gases, life under extreme conditions, materials aspect of bioinorganic chemistry, elemental cycles, bioorganometallic chemistry, imaging with bioinorganic substances, and therapeutic advances

  

✤✤ Features a full colour publication

Chemistry

Bioinorganic Chemistry   

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, medicine, and environmental science SERIES: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: A TEXTBOOK SERIES

Aug 2013 • 424PP • 978-0-470-97523-7 • PR • €57.90 / 978-0-470-97524-4 • Cl • €142.00 REPLACES ISBN: PR 978-0-471-94369-3 / CL 978-0-471-94368-6

The Chemistry of Beer    ROGER BARTH ✤✤ Opens up the molecular basis of the beer experience to anyone who enjoys beer and wants to know more about it ✤✤ Serves as a good reference for anyone who wants to know the difference in ingredients of beer, such as hops and barley, to those who want to know the difference between a lager and an ale ✤✤ Introduces the science of chemistry using a beer theme that catches the interest and attention of most students, and the quantitative aspects as optional material, to be used as an option by the instructor ✤✤ Discusses the history of beer and explains the science of the beer brewing process in clear, concise language, and illustrations

  

READERSHIP: Non-science major undergraduates, introductory chemistry and chemical engineering students, home and craft brewers, entrepreneurs

NOV 2013 • 330PP • 978-1-118-67497-0 • PR • €TBA

Dried Blood Spots Sampling and Its Applications   MIKE S. LEE & WENKUI LI ✤✤ Provides the fundamentals of dried blood spot or DBS sampling including sample collection, storage, transportation, and sample preparation for various analysis ✤✤ Shows the advantages of DBS sampling over conventional whole blood, plasma, or serum sample collection ✤✤ Covers applications of DBS sampling for epidemiological studies, general human health and environmental population studies, therapeutic drug monitoring, and forensics ✤✤ Describes both qualitative and quantitative analyses of dried blood spots samples READERSHIP: Researchers and developers in the areas of healthcare, medical science, diagnosis, chemistry, and pharmaceuticals, analytical chemists, students, and teachers in the field of medical, biological, chemical, and other related testing SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY: PRACTICES, APPLICATIONS AND METHODS

Dried Blood Spots Sampling and Its Applications

   

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-05469-7 • CL • €95.90

Handbook of LC-MS Bioanalysis    Best Practices, Experimental Protocols, and Regulations

WENKUI LI, JIE ZHANG & FRANCIS L. S. TSE ✤✤ Provides the fundamental principles of regulated LC-MS/MS bioanalytical techniques for both small molecules and macromolecules ✤✤ Allows the reader to understand the best practice and the current regulatory guidance on using LC-MS/MS techniques for bioanalytical assay method development, validation, and associated sample analysis ✤✤ Reviews the up-to-date regulatory guidance that can ultimately be used to support regulatory filing of new drugs ✤✤ Features perspectives on some advanced and emerging technologies, including high resolution mass spectrometry and dried blood spot sampling, in regulated bioanalysis, and best practices in bioanalytical labs

  

READERSHIP: Researchers, professors, and students in the fields of pharmaceutical science, biomedical science, medicinal chemistry, mass spectrometry, analytical chemistry, bioanalytical chemistry, pharmacokinetics, toxicokinetics, toxicology, etc.

Oct 2013 • 728PP • 978-1-118-15924-8 • CL • €129.00

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Chemistry

Practical Raman Spectroscopy    An Introduction

PETER VANDENABEELE Ghent University

✤✤ Tackles the theoretical background and provides everyday tips for common practice through userfriendly text ✤✤ Covers Raman instrumentation and practical aspects which are sometimes overlooked

  

✤✤ Serves as a suitable reference for students and includes summaries and text boxes, illustrating the ideas with examples from research literature or providing background information or links with other courses ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive bibliography to guide the reader to more specialised texts and sources READERSHIP: Raman spectroscopy users in industry, research institutes, and academia, students studying Raman spectroscopy as part of a chemistry BSc or analytical chemistry MSc course, postgraduates carrying out research in Raman spectroscopy

Aug 2013 • 244PP • 978-0-470-68318-7 • PR • €51.90

50 and More Essential NMR Experiments – A Detailed Guide   MATTHIAS FINDEISEN & STEFAN BERGER ✤✤ Highlights the most essential NMR experiments of bestselling author, Prof. Berger, who has authored previous bestselling works, including “200 and More NMR Experiments” ✤✤ Offers clear step-by-step explanations as well as questions and answers for easier learning ✤✤ Represents the universal NMR cookbook in that the descriptions are not instrument specific and can be used on all NMR spectrometers   

✤✤ Features full-colour contents to help the reader better understand complex spectra and other figures with a lot of information READERSHIP: Master’s and Ph.D students in chemistry, physics, and biochemistry, organic, physical, and analytical chemists, spectroscopists, libraries

Aug 2013 • 330PP • 978-3-527-33483-4 • PR • €59.00

Applied NMR Spectroscopy for Chemists and Life Scientists   OLIVER ZERBE & SIMON JURT

Applied NMR Spectroscopy for Chemists and Life Scientists

University of Zurich, Switzerland

✤✤ Combines theory, technology, and application in a wide range of fields, reaching out to biochemists, medicinal chemists, structural biologists, and organic chemists ✤✤ Offers numerous intuitive illustrations, training exercises, and plain-language explanations of complex theory, offering primary or supplementary reading for course codes CH1200, CH2500

   

✤✤ Focuses on practical aspects and applications, serving as a useful reference for practitioners post studies, by helping to select experimental methods and in setting up and running one’s own NMR experiments READERSHIP: Master’s students in chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutics, and life sciences, lecturers, universities

SEP 2013 • 550PP • 978-3-527-32774-4 • PR • €59.00 / 978-3-527-32775-1 • Cl • €129.00

Scanning Probe Microscopy for Industrial Applications    Nanomechanical Characterization

DALIA G. YABLON ✤✤ Provides industrial applications of scanning probe microscopy or SPM and focuses on real-world applications ✤✤ Covers important and successful applications of SPM in various industries including food science, personal care industry, and in forestry applications   

✤✤ Includes chapters on quality control in the packaging industry and quality assurance of paints and coatings using SPM READERSHIP: Chemists, materials scientists, physicists, polymer scientists, biophysicists, advanced undergraduates, professionals

Nov 2013 • 388PP • 978-1-118-28823-8 • CL • €87.90

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Techniques and Applications

JOHN R. DEAN University of Northumbria,UK

✤✤ Covers all aspects of environmental trace analysis from sampling through to preparation of the sample to the analytical techniques used to quantify the level of trace metals or organic compounds

Environmental Trace Analysis

✤✤ Divides the contents into two areas – sample preparation for inorganic analysis and sample preparation for organic analysis ✤✤ Allows the reader to focus on key aspects related to the preparation of samples for their subsequent analysis ✤✤ Includes selected case studies providing the reader with the opportunity to consider how the sample preparation approach can be optimised for their own area of expertise

    

Chemistry

Environmental Trace Analysis   

READERSHIP: Undergraduates in environmental science/studies, chemistry programmes, and biology, postgraduates in analytical chemistry, environmental science, and related disciplines, academic, industrial libraries

Nov 2013 • 316PP • 978-1-119-96270-0 • CL • €142.00

Impact Assessment   

Practical Solutions to Recurrent Problems and Contemporary Challenges 2nd Edition

DAVID P. LAWRENCE Lawrence Environmental, USA

✤✤ Addresses a range of practice-related problems, issues, and challenges in environmental impact assessment with real-world issues for conceptual and applied analyses ✤✤ Reflects global changes to EIA and sustainability, and includes strategic environmental assessment or SEA of policies, plans and programmes, and practice ✤✤ Includes checklists at the end of each chapter to provide a handy tool for structuring the design and evaluation of EIA processes and documents

  

READERSHIP: EIA practitioners who administer and reform EIA requirements and guidelines, design and manage EIA processes and documents

Sep 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-09737-3 • Cl • €119.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-45722-0

Air Dispersion Modeling    Foundations and Applications

ALEX DE VISSCHER ✤✤ Includes all background information needed to use air dispersion models with confidence ✤✤ Provides a “Primer” chapter, with a simple air dispersion model, followed by more in-depth chapters ✤✤ Features detailed model formulations of the main regulatory air dispersion models such as AERMOD, CALPUFF, and AUSTAL ✤✤ Offers problems at the end of each chapter including a solutions manual as well as excel data files READERSHIP: Researchers, professionals, consultants, educators, and postgraduates in environmental, chemical, and civil engineering, corporate educators training air dispersion consultants

NOV 2013 • 464PP • 978-1-118-07859-4 • CL • €109.00

  

Effects of Persistent and Bioactive Organic Pollutants on Human Health   DAVID O. CARPENTER Cornell University, USA

✤✤ Provides an overview of environmental causes of human disease and explains the adverse health effects of various organic chemicals on different organ systems ✤✤ Covers both known persistent organic pollutants or POPs such as DDT, chlorinated pesticides, and dioxins as well as emerging POPs including brominated flame retardants and perfluorinated chemicals ✤✤ Details a variety of diseases such as cardiovascular disease including hypertension and stroke, diabetes, thyroid disease, sex hormone abnormalities, cognitive and neurobehavioural effects, neurodegenerative diseases, liver disease, and cancer

  

✤✤ Includes routes of exposure and steps to protect the health of the public such as protection against intake of these chemicals, mechanisms for removal from the body, and regulatory and policy actions to reduce exposure READERSHIP: Environmental toxicology researchers, professionals in toxicology, environmental health, public health, and risk communication, people interested in safe drinking water, endocrine disruptors, and environmental health course

SEP 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-15926-2 • CL • €87.90

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Chemistry

Industrial Moisture and Humidity Measurement   ROLAND WERNECKE & JAN WERNECKE ✤✤ Represents a one-stop guide to the theory and practice of moisture measurements

Industrial Moisture and Humidity Measurement

✤✤ Incorporates quality assurance aspect with information leading to accurate, reliable, economically viable, and efficient moisture measurement ✤✤ Features industry relevant, practical case studies ✤✤ Showcases the works of experts with more than 20 years of experience in the field READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, QA officers, analytical, water, soil, dye, and pharmaceutical chemists, lab technicians in chemistry

    

Dec 2013 • 500PP • 978-3-527-33177-2 • CL • €TBA

Heterogeneous Catalysis   Contributions to Experimental and Theoretical Studies

E. RUCKENSTEIN ✤✤ Addresses catalysts involved in reactions such as methane CO2 reforming, methane partial oxidation, and catalytic combustion

Heterogeneous Catalysis

✤✤ Covers applications of catalysts such as zeolites, mesoporous oxides, polymer-based catalysts, and catalyst supports

   

✤✤ Discusses new theoretical results and technologies and paves the way for scientists and engineers to use the methods described to help develop new chemicals and materials ✤✤ Summarises the papers included in each chapter through the chapter’s introduction and highlighting relevance of the chemistry to today’s R&D READERSHIP: Scientists in physical chemistry, materials chemistry, chemical engineering, nanoscience and nanotechnology, materials science, and environmental sciences, engineers in the chemical and energy industries, postgraduates

dec 2013 • 780PP • 978-1-118-54690-1 • CL • €169.00

REACH Compliance – The Great Challenge for Globally Acting Enterprises   SUSANNE KAMPTMANN Steinen, Germany

✤✤ Discusses the REACH legislation – new standards for manufacturing and utilising chemical substances – which all companies with a business interest in the European Union need to know and comply with ✤✤ Looks not only at the technicalities of the REACH process, but addresses directly the resulting business risks and business solutions   

✤✤ Presents the key knowledge to successfully run a business under REACH, distilling thousands of pages of official REACH documentation and incorporating experiences from different-sized enterprises in a global context READERSHIP: Chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, management consultants, laboratory heads, chemists in industry

DEC 2013 • 340PP • 978-3-527-33316-5 • CL • €89.00

Medicinal Chemistry Approaches to Personalized Medicine   KAREN LACKEY, BRUCE D. ROTH, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS

Medicinal Chemistry Approaches to Personalized Medicine

Hoffmann-La Roche, Nutley, USA; Genentech, USA; University of Dusseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology, Switzerland

✤✤ Features personalised approaches – the rising norm in cancer and neurodegeneration therapy, which are about to revolutionise the entire field of pharmaceutical medicine as patient screening becomes both cheaper and more commonplace

   

✤✤ Represents the first-of-its-kind authoritative analysis of personalised medicine and focuses on drug development issues with the contents edited by two famous medicinal chemists who have pioneered the development of personalised therapies ✤✤ Adopts a forward-looking perspective with its balance of current and future approaches making this handbook a durable reference ✤✤ Includes emerging areas in personalised medicine such as inflammation READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmacologists, pharmaceutical industry, geneticists SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

DEC 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33394-3 • CL • €139.00

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Targets, Mechanisms and Resistance

CLAUDIO O. GUALERZI, LETIZIA BRANDI, ATTILIO FABBRETTI & CYNTHIA L. PON All of University of Camerino, Italy

✤✤ Addresses a pressing need: globally rising bacterial resistance even against the current last-ditch antibiotics such as vancomycin has created a major unmet medical need for new and less resistanceprone antibiotics ✤✤ Brings antibiotics up to speed with the current drug discovery paradigm: hard biochemical and microbiological data on antibacterial drug targets finally enable a rational, target-based approach for the discovery and development of antibiotics   

✤✤ Provides broad coverage: broad selection of drug and target classes covers well-known targets like cell wall synthesis, with potential for new drugs, and highly novel targets like riboswitches, for which the first candidate drugs are being developed

Chemistry

Antibiotics  

READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, biochemists, microbiologists, pharmaceutical industry, bacteriologists, hospitals

Oct 2013 • 540PP • 978-3-527-33305-9 • CL • €149.00

Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery   MICHAEL BADER Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany

✤✤ Provides a foundation of polymeric drug delivery that is presented in a systematic and logical manner, and an introduction to drug delivery that will guide the reader through subsequent parts and chapters ✤✤ Covers many types of polymeric drug delivery including implantable delivery systems comprising nondegradable and biodegradable and injectable delivery systems comprising nanoparticles and microparticles

Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery

✤✤ Includes oral delivery systems and advanced delivery systems comprising temperature and pH responsive smart polymers

   

✤✤ Discusses how specific polymeric drug delivery systems are chosen for a particular application and incorporates worked examples, key points, and homework problems READERSHIP: Academia and industry members in pharmaceutical science, chemistry, and engineering, chemical and biomedical engineering, clinicians concerned with alternative methods to deliver new and conventional therapeutics

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-09847-9 • CL • €109.00

Molecular Basis of Oxidative Stress   Chemistry, Mechanisms, and Disease Pathogenesis

FREDERICK A. VILLAMENA ✤✤ Provides valuable insight into the mechanistic approach of oxidative stress-caused diseases including cancer, cardiovascular, and neurodegenerative ✤✤ Focuses on molecular and chemical bases of oxidative stress – by an editor and authors who are recognised experts in these fields ✤✤ Saves readers a significant amount of time by combining otherwise-scattered information into one cover and serves as an excellent reference on free radical reaction mechanisms within its scope ✤✤ Describes the role of free radicals in disease, diagnosis, and therapeutics

  

READERSHIP: Toxicologists, biochemists, chemists, pharmacologists, pharmaceutical and medicinal chemists, environmental health and risk assessment scientists, cell and molecular biologists, clinical / medical scientists

Jul 2013 • 488PP • 978-0-470-57218-4 • CL • €109.00

Keynotes in Organic Chemistry   2nd Edition

ANDREW F. PARSONS University of York

✤✤ Represents an updated and expanded new edition which contains all the key principles and facts required to gain a solid understanding of organic chemistry ✤✤ Extends the previous edition by 50%, containing twice the number of problems with solutions, and incorporates spectroscopic problems, colour to clarifiy reaction mechanisms, worked examples, learning outcomes, and key point diagrams ✤✤ Enables rapid access to key facts through accessible, concise size ✤✤ Guides the student through the information through a structured presentation that complements bigger textbooks with an emphasis on graphical presentation to aid assimilation, understanding, and recall

Keynotes in Organic Chemistry

    

READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying chemistry either as a major or as an elective, advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in organic chemistry

Nov 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-119-99914-0 • PR • €25.90 / 978-1-119-99915-7 • CL • €112.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05816-7

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Chemistry

Catalytic Cascade Reactions    PENG-FEI XU & WEI WANG ✤✤ Covers a hot organic chemistry topic that fits into the green chemistry standards of efficiency and waste reduction ✤✤ Illustrates the versatility and application of cascade reactions for synthesising valuable compounds like drugs and natural products ✤✤ Deals with both organocatalysis and transition-metal catalysis reactions and focuses on catalytic versus non-catalytic reactions, an important shift in academic and industry practice   

✤✤ Fills a need for the organic synthesis community due to recent advances in the field, and collects and organises otherwise scattered information into a single resource READERSHIP: Academic and industry chemists involved in organic synthesis, drug design and discovery, and drug development, process chemists, medicinal chemists, natural products scientists, biochemists, enzymologists

NOV 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-118-01602-2 • CL • €109.00

Organic Mechanisms   

Reactions, Methodology, and Biological Applications

XIAOPING SUN ✤✤ Covers key classes of organic reaction mechanisms from a synthetic perspective and focuses on general mechanistic aspects for most important types of reactions ✤✤ Integrates reaction mechanisms, synthetic methodology, and biochemical applications and features discussions of biological applications for organic reactions ✤✤ Guides readers to analyse, understand, approach, and solve the problems of organic reactions with mechanistic studies and follows a typical academic sequence   

✤✤ Includes end-of-chapter problems and has available ancillaries – solutions manual for adopting professors and Power Point lecture slides READERSHIP: Senior-year undergraduates, postgraduates, and their course instructors in organic reaction mechanisms, mechanistic chemistry, advanced organic chemistry, and physical organic chemistry, professional chemists

Aug 2013 • 432PP • 978-1-118-06564-8 • CL • €77.90

Peptidomimetics in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry    ANTONIO GUARNA & ANDREA TRABOCCHI

Peptidomimetics in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry

Both of University of Florence

✤✤ Explores Cconcepts and strategies for a “hot topic” in medicinal chemistry – a powerful approach for the generation of small-molecule-based drugs as enzyme inhibitors or receptor ligands ✤✤ Includes case studies in the hit-to-lead process, such as the development of integrin ligands and thrombin inhibitors, which illustrate the successful application of peptidomimetics in drug discovery

    

✤✤ Features Tthe division into classes of peptidomimetics is based on common structural features READERSHIP: Researchers and sStudents of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery, chemical biology, and biochemistry SERIES: POSTGRADUATE CHEMISTRY SERIES

Dec 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-119-95060-8 • CL • €122.00

Modern Synthetic Methods in Carbohydrate Chemistry   DANIEL B. WERZ & SEBASTIEN VIDAL Georg-August-University of Goettingen, Germany

✤✤ Explores carbohydrates which play important roles in biology in the areas of signal molecules, recognition processes etc., and also in medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry such as carbohydrate-based drugs ✤✤ Discusses the synthesis of these complex compounds which is often a limiting factor, and the great need for new synthetic methods   

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive overview about the latest development in this field ranging from cyclodextrin chemistry to the synthesis of highly complex glycoconjugates such as glycosphingolipids and GPI anchors, and much more ✤✤ Serves as an excellent source of information for those who are already involved in carbohydrate chemistry, organic chemists who are beginners in this field, synthetic chemists, medicinal chemists, and biochemists READERSHIP: Organic chemists, biochemists, medicinal chemists, libraries

Nov 2013 • 360PP • 978-3-527-33284-7 • CL • €139.00

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ARMIN DE MEIJERE, STEFAN BRÄSE & MARTIN OESTREICH Georg-August-Universität, Göttinge; Kit, Organic Chemistry Department, Karlsruhe, Germany; Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, M

✤✤ Represents the follow-up handbook of Diederich/de Meijere´s Metal-Catalysed Cross Coupling Reactions, which has been the reference work in the field of cross-coupling reactions ✤✤ Offers a broader content with the inclusion of C-H Activation to reflect the enormous development in the field beyond cross-coupling reactions

Metal Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions and More

✤✤ Comprises over 50% new material with updated topics and chapters

    

✤✤ Features the works of a new and highly experienced editorial team with authors of global renown READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, catalytic chemists, chemists in industry, libraries

Chemistry

Metal Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions and More   

Dec 2013 • 1100PP • 978-3-527-33154-3 • CL • €349.00

Photochemically-Generated Intermediates in Synthesis    ANGELO ALBINI & MAURIZIO FAGNONI University of Pavia, Italy

✤✤ Explains how photochemistry can be exploited for synthetic chemistry and describes strategies for synthesis with photochemical approaches ✤✤ Provides essential information about the mechanisms and nature of photo-produced reactive molecules for organic synthesis and methods to generate them

PhotochemicallyGenerated Intermediates in Synthesis

✤✤ Focuses on efficient techniques to generate reactive intermediates – fitting into the concepts of green / sustainable chemistry – and opens chemists to new possibilities and uses for photochemical reactions

    

✤✤ Arranges contents by intermediate type enabling identification of what is important to synthetic reactions, and fills a gap between physical organic and traditional photochemistry READERSHIP: Synthetic organic chemists in academia and fine chemical industry, photochemists, physical chemists, bio- / medicinal chemists, material and polymer scientists, agricultural chemists, postgraduates, teachers

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-0-470-91534-9 • CL • €132.00

Tautomerism   LIUDMIL ANTONOV Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

✤✤ Features an interdisciplinary topic where tautomerism has a great impact in chemistry and biochemistry because it controls the selectivity and reactivity of many reaction types ✤✤ Describes tautomerism for scientists starting in this field and fills the existing gap between basic textbooks and overly-specialised scientific publications ✤✤ Offers an excellent overview about methods, theories, and examples, and serves as the perfect guide for scientists who are looking for a first reference in this field ✤✤ Presents practical examples such as gas phase, liquids, and solid state/crystals used for the study of tautomeric processes, and spectroscopic methods such as NMR, fluorescence spectroscopy, UV-VIS, and more

  

READERSHIP: Organic chemists, physical chemists, spectroscopists, theoretical chemists, Ph.D. students in chemistry, biochemists, libraries

Dec 2013 • 380PP • 978-3-527-33294-6 • CL • €139.00

Contemporary Carbene Chemistry   ROBERT A. MOSS Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Addresses a topic that has been the subject of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in recognition of the works of Fischer, Grubbs, and Schrock, and contains a chapter by Nobel Laureate Robert Grubbs ✤✤ Represents the first update of the field in a decade, addressing synthetic, mechanistic, and process chemistry of carbenes and showcases the editing works of Robert Moss who was awarded the 2010 ACS Cope Award ✤✤ Features theoretical approaches including computational, physical characterisation, synthesis, and applications ✤✤ Discusses applications in biomolecule labelling, surface modification of materials and electrodes, and catalysis in pharmaceutical

Contemporary Carbene Chemistry

   

READERSHIP: Postgraduates in organic, physical organic, organmetallic, chemistry and catalysis, professional researchers in industries such as pharmaceutical, fine chemical, environmentally-related, agricultural, and biotechnological SERIES: WILEY SERIES OF REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY

Nov 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-23795-3 • CL • €129.00

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Chemistry

Natural Lactones and Lactams     Synthesis, Occurrence and Biological Activity

TOMASZ JANECKI Technical University of Lodz, Poland

✤✤ Discusses lactones and lactams which constitute important classes of natural compounds that display diverse biological activities, ranging from anticancer to antibacterial and antibiotic ✤✤ Emphasises recent advances and improved synthetic methods for preparing lactones and lactams, and describes the occurrence and biological or pharmaceutical activity of these compounds

  

✤✤ Offers a valuable resource on successful synthetic routes leading to important natural products, and for synthetic work in the lab READERSHIP: Organic chemists, natural products chemists, biochemists, medicinal chemists, chemists in industry, lecturers and Ph.D. students in chemistry, libraries

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33414-8 • CL • €139.00

Organometallics in Synthesis    Fourth Manual

BRUCE H. LIPSHUTZ ✤✤ Offers an essential resource for all synthetic organic chemists, featuring chapters for preparing and utilising the most important and relevant organometallic compounds in organic synthesis ✤✤ Presents types of organometallic – copper, rhodium, nickel, and gold – by chapters ✤✤ Discusses mechanistic considerations and future research opportunities

  

✤✤ Features practical examples of the preparation of organometallics and their applications in organic synthesis in easy-to-follow recipe-like format and showcases the works of world leaders in the field of organometallics in organic synthesis READERSHIP: Practising synthetic organic, organometallic, inorganic, polymer, and material chemists in academia, government, and industries including pharmaceutical, fine chemicals, biotech, agricultural, polymers, and materials

SEP 2013 • 1024PP • 978-1-118-48882-9 • PR • €109.00

Molecules and Matter with Chemical Bonding   GERNOT FRENKING & SASON SHAIK Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Molecules and Matter with Chemical Bonding

✤✤ Provides a unique overview of different kinds of molecules and materials, where chemical bonding is especially important, complementing “Chemical Bonding – Fundamentals and Models” by the same editors ✤✤ Features the works of two of the top scientists on this topic

    

✤✤ Explains how understanding and correctly modelling chemical bonds is a central problem in chemistry ✤✤ Describes the many developments that have taken place in the field during the past decades due to the rapid advances in quantum chemical models and faster computers READERSHIP: Inorganic chemists, organic chemists, physical chemists, theoretical chemists, theoretical physicists, libraries

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33315-8 • CL • €139.00

Theories and Models for Chemical Bonding   GERNOT FRENKING & SASON SHAIK Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Theories and Models for Chemical Bonding

✤✤ Provides a unique overview of the different approaches used for describing a chemical bond and complements “Chemical Bonding – Across the Periodic Table” by the same editors ✤✤ Has the potential to become a bestseller as it is seen as the successor to Linus Pauling’s famous book “The Nature of the Chemical Bond” published in 1939 which won the Nobel Prize in 1954

    

✤✤ Showcases the works of two of the top scientists on this topic, and explains how understanding and correctly modelling chemical bonds is a central problem in chemistry ✤✤ Describes the many developments that have taken place in the field during the past decades due to the rapid advances in quantum chemical models and faster computers READERSHIP: Physical chemists, theoretical chemists, inorganic chemists, organic chemists, theoretical physicists, libraries

Dec 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33314-1 • CL • €139.00

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IGOR MEDINTZ & NIKO HILDEBRANDT U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA; Université Paris-Sud, Orsay

✤✤ Covers a wide range of hot interdisciplinary applications ✤✤ Explains how FRET is especially important in bioanalytical applications ✤✤ Features a unified, didactic, and well-structured approach ✤✤ Serves as the perfect guide to both beginners as well as advanced users READERSHIP: Photochemists, molecular biologists, spectroscopists, materials scientists, molecular physicists, Ph.D. students in chemistry and biochemistry, libraries

APR 2013 • 500PP • 978-3-527-32816-1 • CL • €129.00

  

Chemistry

FRET – Förster Resonance Energy Transfer  

Hydrogen Generation, Storage and Utilization   JIN ZHONG ZHANG ✤✤ Offers a balanced take on hydrogen generation, taking both fundamentals and applications into account ✤✤ Provides a coherent presentation on hydrogen generation, hydrogen storage, and hydrogen utilisation ✤✤ Includes high quality illustrations and colour figures

Hydrogen Generation, Storage and Utilization

READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates and postgraduates in chemistry, physics, and materials science and engineering, scientists and engineers in the fields of hydrogen generation, storage, and utilisation SERIES: A WILEY-SCIENCE WISE CO-PUBLICATION

   

Dec 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-14063-5 • CL • €105.00

Strategies for Implementing Sustainable Development in Businesses   N. AVLONAS ✤✤ Describes the principles of sustainability and why it is important, including more than 10 different sustainable strategies that can be implemented ✤✤ Provides economic justification of sustainability with examples ✤✤ Incorporates case studies as examples of each sustainable strategy based on the author’s vast experience with many leading companies

Strategies for Implementing Sustainable Development in Businesses

   

✤✤ Includes unique tools and metrics to monitor the sustainable strategies such as standards and guidelines for managing sustainability, stakeholder engagement, sustainability reporting, and sustainability assessment READERSHIP: R&D chemists and engineers, process designers, policy makers, government employees in economic and environmental affairs, environmental and chemical engineers, civil engineers, professors, PhD students, MSc students

Nov 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-25044-0 • CL • €53.90

Chemoinformatics   

Case studies and Pharmaceutical Applications

JURGEN BAJORATH ✤✤ Addresses how cheminformatics is applied in both academic and industrial research environments and outlines cheminformatics infrastructure tools and their implementation ✤✤ Describes the impact of different approaches on experimental or pharmaceutical research

Chemoinformatics

✤✤ Discusses approaches that have been successful as well as those that have not ✤✤ Includes case studies and applications by experimental and industrial researchers READERSHIP: Computational and medicinal/pharmaceutical scientists, chemical biologists, computational biologists

DEC 2013 • 458PP • 978-1-118-13910-3 • CL • €87.90

   

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TMS 2012 141st Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Volume 1 Materials Processing and Interfaces    Volume 1

THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS) ✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date information on the state of materials processing and interfaces ✤✤ Combines practical applied technology and hard science, which is of invaluable benefit to the global industry READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, materials chemists, mechanical engineers, civil, aerospace, and automotive engineers, electrical and electronics engineers, physicists   

Apr 2012 • 1080PP • 978-1-118-29607-3 • CL • €169.00

TMS 2012 141st Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Volume 2 Materials Properties, Characterization, and Modeling    Volume 2

THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS) ✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date information on the state of materials properties, characterisation, and modelling ✤✤ Combines practical applied technology and hard science, which is of invaluable benefit to the global industry   

READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, materials chemists, mechanical engineers, civil, aerospace, and automotive engineers, electrical and electronics engineers, physicists

Apr 2012 • 1080PP • 978-1-118-29609-7 • CL • €169.00

TMS 2013 142nd Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Supplemental Proceedings, Annual Meeting    THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS) ✤✤ Presents advancements in all aspects of high temperature electrochemistry, from the fundamental to the empirical and from the theoretical to the applied ✤✤ Includes topics on the application of electrochemistry to the nuclear fuel cycle, chemical sensors, energy storage, materials synthesis, refractory metals and their alloys, and alkali and alkaline earth metals   

✤✤ Offers papers that discuss various technical, economic, and environmental issues associated with plant operations and industrial practice READERSHIP: Materials scientists, researchers from universities and national laboratories, R&D staff from metal industries, university educators, postgraduate/undergraduate research students

Apr 2013 • 1224PP • 978-1-118-60581-3 • CL • €TBA

Light Metals 2012 w/ CD   CARLOS E. SUAREZ Alcoa, Inc.

✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date information on the state of primary aluminum science and technology, including a mix of practical applied technology and research ✤✤ Represents the Society’s consistent best-selling publication ✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries to cut cost and increase profitability   

✤✤ Discusses alumina and bauxite, aluminum processing, aluminum alloys, fabrication, characterisation, and applications, aluminum reduction technology cast shop for aluminum production, and electrode technology for aluminum production READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

Apr 2012 • 1600PP • 978-1-118-29139-9 • CL • €225.00

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Volume 2

GEOFF BEARNE, MARC DUPUIS & GARY TARCY Paris Graduate School of Management, France

✤✤ Showcases the most comprehensive historical collections of papers written on primary aluminum science and technology ✤✤ Features a rigorous article selection process where only 10% to15% of all Light Metals articles are featured ✤✤ Represents the Society’s consistent best-selling publication

  

✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries to cut cost and increase profitability READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

Apr 2013 • 1148PP • 978-1-118-63574-2 • CL • €235.00

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Cast Shop for Aluminum Production   Volume 3

J. F. GRANDFIELD & D. G. ESKIN ✤✤ Showcases the most comprehensive historical collections of papers written on primary aluminum science and technology

Materials Science

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 2 Aluminum Reduction Technology  

✤✤ Features a rigorous article selection process where only 10% to15% of all Light Metals articles are featured ✤✤ Represents the Society’s consistent best-selling publication ✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries to cut cost and increase profitability

  

READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

Apr 2013 • 1126PP • 978-1-118-63571-1 • CL • €235.00

Light Metals 2013   BARRY SADLER ✤✤ Discusses Light Metals, the most widely recognised and authoritative worldwide source of information on new developments in aluminum production technology READERSHIP: Worldwide aluminum industry practitioners, academics, people in research and development, plant operators

Apr 2013 • 1416PP • 978-1-118-60572-1 • CL • €TBA

  

Magnesium Technology 2013   NORBERT HORT, SUVEEN N. MATHAUDHU, NEALE R. NEELAMEGGHAM & MARTYN ALDERMAN ✤✤ Discusses the worldwide push towards reduced carbon dependence which brings lightweighting technologies to the forefront ✤✤ Highlights research efforts related to improving the lightest of all structural metals, Mg, and its alloys ✤✤ Presents the premier yearly international symposium which focuses on all aspects of this extraordinary metal ✤✤ Features the state-of-the-art technologies in this topical area READERSHIP: Mg and Mg-alloy research and technical communities, industry and government readers interested in technology for lightweighting of structural components, bio-implants, and Mg-based applications

  

Apr 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60552-3 • CL • €TBA

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Superalloys 2012   ERIC S. HURON, ROGER C. REED, MARK C. HARDY, MICHAEL J. MILLS, RICK E. MONTERO, PEDRO D. PORTELLA & JACK TELESMAN GE Aviation; University of Birmingham; Rolls-Royce plc,; Ohio State University, USA; Pratt & Whitney; BAM; NASA Glenn Research Center

✤✤ Provides the most recent technical information on superalloys ✤✤ Includes papers from one of the largest gatherings of superalloy researchers, producers, and users in the world READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, materials chemists, mechanical engineers, civil, aerospace, and automotive engineers

Oct 2012 • 1000PP • 978-0-470-94320-5 • CL • €195.00   

Material Science and Engineering of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys    GUNTHER EGGELER Lehrstuhl Werkstoffwissenschaften, Ruhr-Universität B

✤✤ Features vivid representation with supplementary web material including movies linked to the chapters ✤✤ Showcases the works of a world-renowned scientist in the NiTi SMAs field ✤✤ Represents a timely publication of an emerging topic READERSHIP: Materials scientists, engineers, inorganic chemists, Ph.D. students in material sciences, libraries, chemical industry   

Dec 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33229-8 • CL • €129.00

Ceramics Science and Technology, Applications Volume 4   Volume 4

Ceramics Science and Technology, Applications Volume 4

RALF RIEDEL & I-WEI CHEN TU Darmstadt, Germany; University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Illustrates the manifold research topics centred around structural, functional, cellular, electroactive, and magnetoactive ceramics, hard and superhard materials, glasses, etc

    

✤✤ Gives a balanced account of methods and technologies for design, synthesis, and characterisation, and for material classes and modern applications as lightweight, non-corrosive, or functional materials ✤✤ Focuses on the dissemination of knowledge pertinent to the research, design, application, and production of materials of this class READERSHIP: Materials scientists, inorganic chemists, solid state physicists, chemists in industry, ceramics industry, chemical industry SERIES: CERAMICS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (VCH)

Aug 2013 • 464PP • 978-3-527-31158-3 • CL • €249.00

73rd Conference on Glass Problems   CESP, Volume 34, Issue 1 (Version A)

S. K. SUNDARAM Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

✤✤ Provides a state-of-the-art collection of recent papers on glass problems as presented at the 72nd Conference on Glass Problems ✤✤ Features sections on glass melting, refractories, process control, legislation safety, and emissions, as well as recycling and batch wetting SERIES: CERAMIC ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE PROCEEDINGS   

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May 2013 • 282PP • 978-1-118-68663-8 • CL • €TBA


S. KUMAR & KASHMIRI L. MITTAL ✤✤ Features works of top of the line contributors ✤✤ Explains how engineering structural systems are more efficient and cost-effective READERSHIP: Mechanical, reliability, construction and surface engineers, materials scientists, aerospace, automotive, ship building, and construction industries SERIES: ADHESION AND ADHESIVES: FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED ASPECTS

Jun 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-68637-9 • CL • €TBA

  

Intelligent Stimuli-Responsive Materials    From Well-Defined Nanostructures to Applications

QUAN LI ✤✤ Describes the principles, fundamentals, and methods of designing intelligent stimuli-responsive materials to achieve optimal performance

Materials Science

Advances in Modeling and Design of Adhesively Bonded Systems  

✤✤ Offers up-to-date and accessible coverage of intelligent stimuli-responsive materials, with emphasis on well-defined nanostructures and industrial applications ✤✤ Emphasises necessary properties and characteristics of smart materials that lead to practical applications in polymer science, engineering, electronics, therapeutics, chemistry, and nanotechnology ✤✤ Provides integrated overview of recent developments, challenges, state-of-the-art techniques, achievements, and future prospects of a rapidly emerging field

  

READERSHIP: Research, industry, and academia professionals in smart polymers, polymer sciences, organic chemistry, liquid crystals, materials science, bioscience, materials, electrical, and chemical engineering, photonics, optic-electronics, etc

Oct 2013 • 514PP • 978-1-118-45200-4 • CL • €152.00

Interatomic Bonding in Solids   Fundamentals, Simulation, Applications

VALIM LEVITIN Marburg, Germany

✤✤ Elucidates the fundamentals and applications of density-functional theory-based computational materials science ✤✤ Covers the fundamentals in sufficient detail to give entrants to the field a thorough basis for further research ✤✤ Provides the knowledge and the tools to simulate properties of materials and to design materials with desired characteristics ✤✤ Presents new theories of creep and fatigue that help to anticipate and prevent possible fatal material failures

  

READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state physicists, solid state chemists, engineers, engineering scientists in industry, Ph.D. students in material sciences, libraries

Nov 2013 • 360PP • 978-3-527-33507-7 • CL • €129.00

Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials 2013   JIANN-YANG HWANG, CHENGGUANG BAI, JOHN CARPENTER, SHADIA IKHMAYIES, BOWEN LI, SERGIO NEVES MONTEIRO, ZHIWEI PENG & MINGMING ZHANG ✤✤ Presents characterisation, one of the most popular TMS symposia at the annual meeting, attracting more than 120 abstracts annually from more than 25 countries around the world ✤✤ Updates international scientists and engineers on the recent advancements of characterisation and their applications on ferrous and nonferrous metals, lightweight metals and materials, optical and electronic materials, ceramics, polymers, carbon, etc READERSHIP: Academic, government, and industrial researchers

  

May 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-60564-6 • CL • €TBA

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Materials Science

Modern Glass Characterization   MARIO AFFATIGATO ✤✤ Discusses recent improvements in glass characterisation techniques and instrumentation ✤✤ Provides much needed updates on the multiple essential characterisation techniques

Modern Glass Characterization

✤✤ Fills a widening gap in modern techniques for glass characterisation ✤✤ Features the works of respected authorities within the field of glass science READERSHIP: Physicists, chemists, researchers in the field of glass science and closely related areas, researchers and postgraduates starting out in this area of research and who require a strong background in characterisation techniques

   

Nov 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-23086-2 • CL • €139.00

13th International Conference on Aluminum Alloys   ICAA 13

HASSO WEILAND, ANTHONY D. ROLLETT & WILLIAM A. CASSADA ✤✤ Features ICAA, the premier global conference for exchanging emerging knowledge on the structure and properties of aluminum materials, providing academic enrichment for attendees ✤✤ Nurtures the advancement of aluminum application development worldwide Jul 2012 • 978-1-118-45804-4 • Software* • €122.00   

4th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing   TAO JIANG, JIANN-YANG HWANG, PHILLIP MACKEY, ONURALP YUCEL & GUIFENG ZHOU Curtin University of Technology, Australia

✤✤ Discusses the advancements and developments of new high temperature metallurgical technologies and their applications ✤✤ Presents papers from one of the largest yearly gatherings of materials scientists in the world READERSHIP: Teachers, researchers, and students in universities professionals in the metal industries, regulators, environmental groups, strategic planners   

May 2013 • 696PP • 978-1-118-60569-1 • CL • €TBA

EPD Congress 2013   THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS) ✤✤ Spans many aspects of extraction and processing metallurgy ✤✤ Presents papers from one of the largest yearly gatherings of extraction specialists in the world READERSHIP: Global extractive and process metallurgy industries, materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers

may 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-118-60574-5 • CL • €TBA

  

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LIFENG ZHANG, ANTOINE ALLANORE, CONG WANG, JAMES A. YURKO & ROBERT W. CRAPPS University of Science and Technology Beijing, China

✤✤ Covers all aspects of the fundamentals, synthesis, analysis, design, monitoring, and control of metals, materials, and metallurgical processes and phenomena READERSHIP: Researchers from ferrous and nonferrous industries, professors and students from universities in the field of metallurgy

May 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-60598-1 • CL • €TBA

  

Handbook of Liquid Crystals   JOHN W. GOODBY, PETER J. COLLINGS, TAKASHI KATO, CARSTEN TSCHIERSKE, HELEN GLEESON & PETER RAYNES University of York, UK; Swarthmore College, USA; University of Tokyo, Japan; University of Halle, Germany; University of Manchester, UK; University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Brings together the undiluted knowledge on liquid crystals in a comprehensive way, setting the standard for the next decade

Handbook of Liquid Crystals

Materials Science

Materials Processing Fundamentals  

✤✤ Represents a completely restructured and streamlined edition, with updated and new topics, including 100% more content and extent, and a new team of editors and authors

   

✤✤ Deals with every type of liquid crystals there is such as nematics, smectics, cholesterics, super-, and supramolecular as well as non-conventional liquid crystals READERSHIP: Materials scientists, organic chemists, polymer chemists, physical chemists, applied physicists, semiconductor industry

Nov 2013 • 4200PP • 978-3-527-32773-7 • CL • €1499.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-29502-9

Energy Technology 2013   Carbon Dioxide Management and Other Technologies

SOOBHANKAR PATI, JAROSLAW DRELICH, ANIMESH JHA, NEALE R. NEELAMEGGHAM, LEON PRENTICE & CONG WANG University Of Leeds, UK

✤✤ Discusses how CO2 emissions contribute to global climate change and efficient ways to utilise our natural resources ✤✤ Showcases the work of researchers working to develop new energy technologies and ways to increase the conversion efficiency ✤✤ Explains how conversion to fuels represents a potential method for energy storage, where solar energy or other renewable form of energy is converted to chemical energy

  

READERSHIP: University professors, students, scientists, energy policy personnel, power plant and process engineers, energy researchers

Apr 2013 • 248PP • 978-1-118-60571-4 • CL • €TBA

Organic Nanostructured Solar Cells   Chemistry and Physics

S. C. SINGH University of Allahabad, India

✤✤ Focuses on alternative energy resources, a subject of growing importance and interest READERSHIP: Researchers working in the areas of energy materials and solar cells

Oct 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-36195-5 • CL • €122.00

Organic Nanostructured Solar Cells

   

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Materials Science / Physics & Astronomy

Introduction to Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials   DIETER VOLLATH NanoConsulting, Germany

✤✤ Introduces the emerging and increasingly important topic of nanomaterials and the teaching of its basics ✤✤ Addresses the needs of students and engineers who need to get the gist of nanoscale phenomena without too much physics and chemistry ✤✤ Utilises the author’s experience in teaching nanomaterials courses and adopts a style and level suitable for students with limited background knowledge   

✤✤ Offers introductions, summaries, comprehension questions, further reading, and boxes with information that can be skipped at first reading READERSHIP: Students on chemistry, biochemistry, or physics, Bachelor’s students in material sciences, physics, chemistry, and engineering sciences

Aug 2013 • 312PP • 978-3-527-33460-5 • PR • €39.90

Nanomaterials    2nd Edition

DIETER VOLLATH NanoConsulting, Germany

✤✤ Addresses the needs of engineers who need to get the gist of nanoscale phenomena in materials ✤✤ Offers topical content, new developments with all sections thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded to include about fifteen percent new material ✤✤ Includes graphenes, carbon nanotubes, novel nanocomposite materials, plasmonic phenomena, and nanoelectronics   

✤✤ Utilises the author’s experience in teaching nanomaterials courses for materials engineers, electrical engineers, and mechanical engineers READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state chemists and physicists, engineering scientists, physical chemists

Jul 2013 • 394PP • 978-3-527-33379-0 • PR • €89.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-31531-4

Soft Fibrillar Materials   JING LIANG LI & XIANG YANG LIU Deakin University; Waurn Ponds, Australia; National University of Singapore, Singapore

✤✤ Combines the fundamentals of formation, engineering principles, and approaches, as well as the target-oriented design of soft functional materials

Soft Fibrillar Materials

✤✤ Explains how soft functional materials, particularly self-assembled fibrillar networks, attract considerable interest due to their versatility

    

✤✤ Shows how evolutionarily perfected materials such as spider silk can be used for man-made applications and even mimicked in the laboratory ✤✤ Serves as a useful reference for well-versed scientists and provides an overview for those interested in the topic READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, biophysicists, biotechnologists, libraries

SEP 2013 • 255PP • 978-3-527-33162-8 • CL • €119.00

Promoting the Planck Club   DONALD W. BRABEN ✤✤ Provides a number of mini histories of selected scientists whose work has led to radical and transformational discoveries

Promoting the Planck Club

✤✤ Explores the scientific environment that led to the important discoveries in the 20th century and compares it with the worrisome approach to scientific research and funding today ✤✤ Explains the consequences of current trends described as the “industrialisation of science” and the “corporatisation of universities”

    

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READERSHIP: Scientists in biology, physics, and chemistry, postgraduates, engineers, economists, policy makers, personnel of funding agencies

Dec 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-54642-0 • PR • €53.90


ILYA NARSKY & FRANK C. PORTER MathWorks, USA; California Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Features advanced statistical tools to separate signal from background in the analysis of HEP data ✤✤ Focuses on machine learning techniques ✤✤ Uses a language familiar to physicists and covers specifics of physics analysis ✤✤ Includes simple code snippets READERSHIP: High energy physicists

Dec 2013 • 468PP • 978-3-527-41086-6 • PR • €79.00

  

On-Diffractive Waves   HUGO E. HERNANDEZ-FIGUEROA, MICHEL ZAMBONI-RACHED & ERASMO RECAMI ✤✤ Includes a historical account of the development of the field ✤✤ Offers a well-balanced presentation of the underlying theory and state-of-the-art experiments that demonstrate “frozen waves” ✤✤ Explains the important potential applications for a wide range of fields, from wireless communication to acoustics and bio-medical imaging ✤✤ Covers different types of non-diffractive waves, including Airy waves and realistic, finite-energy solutions suitable for experimental realisation READERSHIP: Ph.D students in physics, theoretical and experimental physicists, engineers in information science, IT engineers

Physics & Astronomy

Statistical Analysis Techniques in Particle Physics  

  

Oct 2013 • 456PP • 978-3-527-41195-5 • CL • €129.00

Coherent Laser Beam Combining   ARNAUD BRIGNON ✤✤ Showcases the works of world experts in the field of coherent laser beam combining, CLBC, solid state lasers, and nonlinear optics ✤✤ Represents the first book dedicated to CLBC, a technique allowing an increase of laser power with excellent spectral and spatial quality, far beyond what is possible from a single conventional laser ✤✤ Explores a technology critical for the design of the next generation of high-power lasers ✤✤ Discusses applications to pulse and ultrafast regimes, fibre lasers, and to spectroscopy READERSHIP: Laser specialists, telecommunications engineers, physicists, and engineering scientists in industry, solid state, semiconductor, and applied physicists, electrical engineers, information scientists, students, lecturers

Oct 2013 • 550PP • 978-3-527-41150-4 • CL • €139.00

  

An Introduction to Cluster Science   PAUL-GERHARD REINHARD, ERIC SURAUD & PHUONG MAI DINH University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany; Universite de Toulouse, France; Universite de Toulouse, France

✤✤ Covers all aspects of clusters and serves as an up-to-date introductory course ✤✤ Features materials based on lectures delivered over more than ten years and contains a systematic presentation of free cluster properties ✤✤ Discusses the role of clusters in other domains of science both in terms of fundamental aspects and applications such as biology, environment, astrophysics, climate, and nanosystems ✤✤ Showcases the works of well-established and recognised authorities with important contributions in the field

  

READERSHIP: Students, lecturers, physicists, materials scientists, physical chemists, libraries

Nov 2013 • 200PP • 978-3-527-41118-4 • PR • €39.00

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Physics & Astronomy / Physics

Collisionless Plasmas   GERARD BELMONT, ROLAND GRAPPIN, FABRICE MOTTEZ, FILIPPO PANTELLINI & GUY PELLETIER Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France; Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France; Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France; Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France; Observatoire de Grenoble, France

✤✤ Represents the first book which focuses on collisionless plasmas ✤✤ Enables the reader to understand collisionless conditions in plasmas close to thermal equilibrium ✤✤ Discusses collisionless conditions which are ubiquitous in space- and astrophysics as well as in some laboratory devices devoted to magnetic fusion such as ITER or Wendelstein 7-X   

✤✤ Serves as a useful reference in astrophysics and high energy physics READERSHIP: Astronomers, students in astronomy, plasmaphysicists, high energy physicists, libraries

Oct 2013 • 398PP • 978-3-527-41074-3 • CL • €109.00

Attosecond and XUV Spectroscopy   THOMAS SCHULTZ & MARC VRAKKING Max Born Institute, Germany; Max Born Institute, Germany

✤✤ Presents attosecond and free electron laser pulses, the current revolution in the optical sciences

Attosecond and XUV Spectroscopy

✤✤ Provides young scientists with up-to-date spectroscopic techniques and their implementation in scientific experiments ✤✤ Allows young researchers to develop a wide range of scientific skills based on the interdisciplinary approach which covers the new emerging research fields of attosecond science and free electron laser

   

✤✤ Emphasises the practical approach of building experiments READERSHIP: Postgraduates, Ph.D students, atomic, solid state, and molecular physicists, materials scientists, biophysicists, physical chemists, spectroscopists, libraries

DEC 2013 • 270PP • 978-3-527-41124-5 • CL • €129.00

Molecular Excitation Dynamics and Relaxation   LEONAS VALKUNAS, DARIUS ABRAMAVICIUS & TOMÁS MANCAL University of Vilnius, Lithuania; University of California, Irvine, USA; Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

✤✤ Features a unique approach to convey both the spectroscopy and quantum theory of excitation processes ✤✤ Brings quantum physicists and spectroscopists on the same page regarding concepts and terminology ✤✤ Showcases the works of an experienced author who is a recognised authority in the field ✤✤ Covers numerous applications and offers examples and serves as a must-have reference for research in nanoscience, biophysics, and quantum computing   

READERSHIP: Spectroscopists, molecular physicists, physical chemists, biophysicists, postgraduates, libraries

Aug 2013 • 470PP • 978-3-527-41008-8 • CL • €119.00

Principles of Physics Extended   10th Edition International Student Version

DAVID HALLIDAY, ROBERT RESNICK & JEARL WALKER University of Pittsburgh; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Cleveland State University

Principles of Physics Extended

✤✤ New edition of the best-selling, calculus-based Intro Physics text ✤✤ Chapters have been restructured into modules based around primary concepts ✤✤ Based on his active teaching, Jearl Walker has identified material that students have been particularly challenged by (eg Gauss’ law and electric potential) and has rewritten this information so that the presentations are now smoother and more direct to the key points

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying principles of physics

Nov 2013 • 613PP • 978-1-118-23074-9 • PR • €67.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-56158-4

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Revised Edition

DENNIS V. LINDLEY Formerly Professor of Statistics, University College London, UK

✤✤ Demystifies probability and explains in straightforward detail the logic of uncertainty, its truths, and its falsehoods

Understanding Uncertainty

✤✤ Explores what has been learned and presents vignettes of great discoveries made in the twentieth century ✤✤ Provides a logical, sensible method for acting in the face of uncertainty

    

✤✤ Shows readers how to discern if another person – whether a lawyer, politician, scientist, or journalist– is talking sense, posing the right questions, or obtaining sound answers READERSHIP: Students who have probability or statistics as part of their course SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Dec 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-65012-7 • CL • €TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-04383-7

Fast Sequential Monte Carlo Methods for Counting and Optimization   REUVEN Y. RUBINSTEIN Technion Institute of Israel, Israel

✤✤ Showcases the works of three world-renowned authorities in the field of Monte Carlo Methods or MCM ✤✤ Provides readers with valuable insights into the theory and application of the methods without getting bogged down in theorem-proof analysis

Fast Sequential Monte Carlo Methods for Counting and Optimization

✤✤ Includes examples where the relative error of sequential Monte Carlo methods or SMC is within the limits of 1% to 2% of the best known solution

    

✤✤ Presents a new generic sequential importance sampling algorithm, namely stochastic enumeration, alongside extensive numerical results READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduate and/or beginning postgraduate levels, practising statisticians, engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Mathematics & Statistics

Understanding Uncertainty  

Nov 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-61226-2 • CL • €TBA

Multi-criteria Decision Analysis   Methods and Software

ALESSIO ISHIZAKA & PHILIPPE NEMERY ✤✤ Provides an overview of MCDA theory, methodology, and software ✤✤ Presents leading methods in the field of MCDA along with their supporting software, including ELECTRE, AHP, and Macbeth ✤✤ Features case studies solved with each MCDA as well as tables comparing each method ✤✤ Offers a supplementary website with free trial versions READERSHIP: Practitioners who apply MCDA in business, finance and applied mathematics, engineering, and purchasing, researchers and academics in any field applying MCDA/MDM methods

  

Jul 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-119-97407-9 • CL • €83.90

Uncertainty in Risk Assessment  

The Representation and Treatment of Uncertainties by Probabilistic and Non-Probabilistic Methods

TERJE AVEN University of Stavanger, Norway

✤✤ Addresses an important and current problem for which there are competing solutions with an emphasis on and discussion of practical applications

Uncertainty in Risk Assessment

✤✤ Provides foundations, background references, and practical guidelines to uncertainty theories that explicitly model imprecision and encompass both interval and probabilistic approaches ✤✤ Discusses some foundations and the reasons of the book, introduces the necessary elements of the theoretical framework, and lists some practical applications ✤✤ Explains when to use probability and when to use an alternative representation of uncertainty

   

READERSHIP: Professionals and researchers in safety and risk assessment, postgraduates in specialised courses within statistics, engineering, and the physical sciences, policy makers, economists, business risk analysts

DEC 2013 • 260PP • 978-1-118-48958-1 • CL • €71.90

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Mathematics & Statistics

Statistical Methods for Survival Data Analysis   4th Edition

ELISA T. LEE & JOHN WENYU WANG University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, USA

✤✤ Features new material, including coverage of marginal and random effect models for analysing correlated censored or uncensored data as well as multiple comparisons in the comparison of K samples ✤✤ Updates treatment of parametric methods for regression model fitting focusing on accelerated failure time models   

✤✤ Expands treatment of the Cox proportional hazards model and features the most relevant tests with regard to goodness of fit ✤✤ Provides real-world examples giving special consideration to survival data in the biomedical sciences READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduates, postgraduates, biomedical researchers, epidemiologists, applied statisticians SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Oct 2013 • 536PP • 978-1-118-09502-7 • CL • €112.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-36997-4

Social Networks and their Economics   Influencing Consumer Choice

DANIEL BIRKE ✤✤ Provides an overview of state-of-the art research in network effects and the analysis of social networks ✤✤ Considers how network effects influence the market structure of the telecommunications industry ✤✤ Presents statistical methods and research techniques that can be used in the analysis of social networks as well as exploring its practical application for marketing purposes   

✤✤ Covers both traditional research approaches in economics and the more recent social network research READERSHIP: Postgraduates in social network analysis, industrial economics, innovation, and consumer marketing, marketing practitioners in mobile telecommunications and internet companies

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-45765-8 • CL • €65.90

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Clinical Trials   Volume 1: Concepts, Principles, Trials, and Designs

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Clinical Trials (Volume 1)

N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Features key statistical principles and concepts for designing modern-day clinical trials such as hazard ratio, flexible designs, confounding, covariates, missing data, etc ✤✤ Discusses in depth open-labeled trials, multi-centred trials, and superiority trials

    

✤✤ Explores ongoing, cutting-edge clinical trials such as early cancer and heart disease clinical trials, mother to child human immunodeficiency virus transmission trials, etc ✤✤ Delves into quantitative methods, their application to research, and where applicable, modern and cutting-edge approaches READERSHIP: Researchers, practitioners, and students in clinical trials, pharmaceutical, biostatistics, medical research design, biology, biomedicine

Dec 2013 • 752PP • 978-1-118-30473-0 • CL • €169.00

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Clinical Trials   Volume 2: Planning, Analysis, and Inferential Methods

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Clinical Trials (Volume 2)

N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Features established and newly-written literature on the key statistical principles and concepts for designing modern-day clinical trials such as hazard ratio, flexible designs, confounding, covariates, missing data, and longitudinal data

    

✤✤ Discusses in depth open-labeled trials, multi-centred trials, and superiority trials ✤✤ Explores examples of ongoing, cutting-edge clinical trials from today’s research such as early cancer & heart disease clinical trials, mother to child human immunodeficiency virus transmission trials, women’s health initiative dietary trial, etc ✤✤ Delves into quantitative methods, their application to research, and where applicable, modern and cutting-edge approaches READERSHIP: Researchers, practitioners, and students in clinical trials, pharmaceutical, biostatistics, medical research design, biology, biomedicine, epidemiology, public health, and pharmacy

Dec 2013 • 736PP • 978-1-118-30476-1 • CL • €169.00

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L. S. MEYERS ✤✤ Features the use of IBM SPSS, one of the dominant statistical software packages in the United States and Europe ✤✤ Includes an introduction to IBM SPSS as well as SPSS screen images, data entry procedures, and variable naming ✤✤ Provides statistical analyses with the IBM SPSS point-and-click method and details regarding how to view and manipulate IBM SPSS output ✤✤ Contains screen shots with step-by-step instructions for all analyses   

READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduates and postgraduates in social, behavioural, and health sciences, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in research design and statistics, professionals, researchers

SEP 2013 • 734PP • 978-1-118-35701-9 • PR • €73.90

Spectral Clustering and Biclustering of Networks    Large Graphs and Contingency Tables

MARIANNA BOLLA ✤✤ Provides a timely, novel, and unified treatment of many important problems surrounding the spectral and classification properties of networks ✤✤ Examines all new developments in the field of spectral clustering at the interface of statistics, computer science, and complexity theory

Spectral Clustering and Biclustering of Networks

✤✤ Includes practical examples from social and biological networks

    

✤✤ Presents a collection of possible algorithms based on different distances, matrices, and criteria as well as presenting them in a unified statistical way, to adapt them to real-life situations of statistical learning

Mathematics & Statistics

Performing Data Analysis Using IBM SPSS  

READERSHIP: Academics on statistical learning, data mining, networks, and multivariate statistics, practitioners working with microarrays in bioinformatics, sociology, or industry, postgraduate and Ph.D students in networks, graph theory, etc

Jul 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-34492-7 • CL • €71.90

Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research   C. HILL ✤✤ Focuses exclusively on the impact of social media on survey research, introducing readers to a new way to think about and approach data collection using mediums such as Facebook and Twitter ✤✤ Presents the perspective and approaches of leading survey researchers, originally presented at a workshop at RTI International, one of the world’s leading research organisations

Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research

✤✤ Offers concrete information with theory and a cutting-edge conceptual framework for approaching this new era of survey research ✤✤ Outlines three kinds of interaction on social media platforms – individual-to-group, individual-toindividual, and group-to-group

    

READERSHIP: Survey researchers, market researchers, and practitioners who collect and analyse data to identify trends and gather valid conclusions in the areas of business, sociology, psychology, and population studies, undergraduates, postgraduates

Dec 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-37973-8 • PR • €61.90

Handbook of Statistical Hypothesis Testing with SAS and R   DIRK TAEGER & SONJA KUHNT Institute for Prevention; TU Dortmund University

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive guide to hypothesis testing using SAS and R ✤✤ Covers statistical test theory, providing a general description for each test, and examples in both SAS and R for each test presented ✤✤ Looks at the most common statistical tests, providing guidance on performing the correct statistical test ✤✤ Offers a supplementary website http://www.d-taeger.de featuring example program code READERSHIP: Academics, practitioners, and SAS and R programmers who want to conduct statistical tests, students using SAS and R

  

JAN 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-119-95021-9 • CL • €71.90

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Mathematics & Statistics

Multivariate Time Series Analysis   With R and Financial Applications

RUEY S. TSAY University of Chicago, USA

Multivariate Time Series Analysis

✤✤ Features the works of a leader in the field from years of class-testing at the MBA-level ✤✤ Discusses the use of structural specification to identify VARMA models, unique among a dearth of competition, and presents volatility models in a multivariate setting ✤✤ Utilises user-friendly R subroutines to carry out analyses with additional routines in Matlab and Stata found on an author-maintained website

    

✤✤ Offers more than 300 examples and exercises to reinforce the presented content READERSHIP: Postgraduates in time series and quantitative finance, upper-undergraduates in statistics courses in time series, researchers and practitioners working in business, finance, and econometrics SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Nov 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-61790-8 • CL • €TBA

Introductory Modern Algebra   A Historical Approach 2nd Edition

SAUL STAHL PHD Lawrence, Kansas

Introductory Modern Algebra

✤✤ Explains the principles and practices of modern algebra in terms of the historical development from the Renaissance solution of the cubic equation to Galois’s expositions of his major ideas ✤✤ Discusses rings and fields, group homomorphisms, the RSA algorithm, complex conugation, the factorisation of real polynomials, and the fundamental theorem of algebra

    

✤✤ Includes four new appendices on logic and proof, sets, functions, and equivalence relations, including a ring without prime factorisations, Sylow theory, and classification of groups ✤✤ Integrates historical discussion into the development of the subject matter READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduates in modern/abstract algebra, high school teachers of mathematics, applied mathematicians

Sep 2013 • 384PP • 978-0-470-87616-9 • CL • €95.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-16288-9

Time Dependent Problems and Difference Methods    2nd Edition

BERTIL GUSTAFSSON, HEINZ-OTTO KREISS & JOSEPH OLIGER ✤✤ Covers hyperbolic first order systems on structured grids with a focus on the boundaries treated by special difference approximations ✤✤ Treats differential equations and numerical methods with a parallel development ✤✤ Discusses hyperbolic equations, focuses on the design and analysis of finite difference and Fourier methods, and contains practical problems derived from nonlinear calculations   

✤✤ Emphasises error bounds and estimates as well as the sufficient results needed to justify the methods used for applications READERSHIP: Physical scientists, engineers, numerical analysts, and mathematical modelers on numerical experiments SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

Aug 2013 • 530PP • 978-0-470-90056-7 • CL • €122.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-50734-5

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with Maple   MAZEN SHAHIN

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with Maple

✤✤ Presents an integrated and interdisciplinary approach that embeds mathematical modelling into biological discussions and applications ✤✤ Provides a quantitative, computational, and mathematical approach to biology since the field has become increasingly more dependent on data, algorithms, and models

    

✤✤ Models real-life situations to show the relevancy of abstract mathematical concepts and also helps to convey the elegance and wide applicability of mathematics ✤✤ Includes discussions on difference equations to model real-life discrete time situations in diverse areas as well as discussions on matrices to model linear problems READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduates in mathematical models in biology, mathematical biology, theoretical ecology, and mathematical problems of natural resource management, biologists, ecologists, mathematicians, biomathematicians

Nov 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-03211-4 • CL • €99.90

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Euclidean, Transformational, Inversive, and Projective

ED LEONARD, J. E. LEWIS, A. C. F. LIU & G. TOKARSKY ✤✤ Addresses plane Euclidian geometry, transformational geometry, and inversive and projective geometry, applicable to readers with backgrounds in mathematics, education, engineering, and science based on the authors’ course notes

Modern Geometry

✤✤ Features self-contained coverage of modern geometry, and a large selection of solved exercises to aid in reader comprehension ✤✤ Introduces topics by using examples as opposed to a purely theoretical approach, allowing the material to be more appealing and understandable to readers ✤✤ Offers materials that have been class tested for the past 25 years at the University of Alberta READERSHIP: Undergraduates in mathematics, engineering, and secondary education majors, professors, teaching assistants, adjunct instructors, or anyone who wants to learn the various applications of elementary geometry

Dec 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-67919-7 • CL • €TBA

Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations   S. H. LUI University of Manitoba, Canada

✤✤ Provides a self-contained and balanced treatment of the important ideas and concepts in the numerical solution of elliptic PDEs ✤✤ Includes needed background material on theoretical PDEs and the numerical solution of linear systems ✤✤ Presents the main discretisation techniques for PDEs, including finite difference, finite element, and spectral methods

  

✤✤ Introduces multigrid, domain decomposition, and absorbing boundary conditions, and offers a complete analysis of the different techniques used for the Poisson equations

Mathematics & Statistics

Modern Geometry  

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in numerical PDEs, students in the mathematical sciences and engineering SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

Dec 2012 • 512PP • 978-0-470-64728-8 • CL • €99.90

An Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis    2nd Edition

JAMES F. EPPERSON University of Alabama, Huntsville, USA

✤✤ Contains 11 new sections on topics such as roots of polynomials, Broyden’s method, and radical basis function interpolation ✤✤ Offers a thorough revision based on user feedback and includes revamped exercises with a focus on more application-based approaches ✤✤ Features an emphasis on “cause and effect” in numerical mathematics

An Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis

    

✤✤ Provides vignettes at the beginning of each chapter to highlight the main learning objectives READERSHIP: Students in numerical methods and numerical analysis with a basic understanding of single-variable calculus and a programming language, libraries

Oct 2013 • 640PP • 978-1-118-36759-9 • CL • €109.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-04963-1

Network and Discrete Location   Models, Algorithms, and Applications 2nd Edition

MARK S. DASKIN Northwestern University, USA

✤✤ Features new coverage on location and inventory models, reliability and facility location modelling, and a taxonomy of facility location modelling ✤✤ Provides readers with a working familiarity of the basic facility location model types as well as an intuitive knowledge of the uses and limits of modelling techniques ✤✤ Addresses the solution of linear and integer programming problems in Microsoft Office® Excel® and includes new location problems in all chapters that are largely Excel-based

  

✤✤ Explains how the programming algorithms are constructed and offers theoretical and applied perspectives, covers the effects of different location models for both private and public sector use, etc READERSHIP: Academics and practitioners in applied and discrete mathematics, operations research, industrial engineering, and quantitative geography, undergraduates and postgraduates in industrial engineering, operations research, etc

SEP 2013 • 496PP • 978-0-470-90536-4 • CL • €119.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-01897-1

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Engineering

Nonlinear System Identification   

NARMAX Methods in the Time, Frequency, and Spatio-Temporal Domains

STEPHEN BILLINGS ✤✤ Describes a well-established method for nonlinear system identification and shows how this can be used on real data sets to reveal useful information about the behaviour of the underlying systems ✤✤ Makes the algorithms accessible, describing them in straightforward terms, with many examples covering a diverse range of applications ✤✤ Addresses frequency and spatio-temporal methods rarely covered elsewhere READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners of system identification in academia and industry, postgraduates   

SEP 2013 • 648PP • 978-1-119-94359-4 • CL • €115.00

Practical Residual Stress Measurement Methods   GARY S. SCHAJER ✤✤ Adopts a much-needed practical approach to the technology, essential to practitioners in industry and students intending to work in industry ✤✤ Presents an overview of the principal measurement methods, covering destructive and nondestructive, plus a range of traditional and modern techniques ✤✤ Offers a useful introductory and intermediate level collection aimed at demystifying the topic of residual stresses and provides straightforward guidance about practical measurement techniques   

✤✤ Includes stand-alone chapters, each with its own figures, tables, and list of references, and showcases the works of an invited team of international specialists READERSHIP: Postgraduates in mechanical engineering and materials science, industrial design engineers, measurement practitioners, scientists and technicians working in materials processing and related fields

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-34237-4 • CL • €115.00

Biomaterials Surface Science    ANDREAS TAUBERT, JOAO F. MANO & JOSE CARLOS RODRÍGUEZ-CABELLO University of Potsdam, Germany

✤✤ Treats biology, chemistry, and materials science in a unified way by adopting the common viewpoint of surface science ✤✤ Showcases the contributions of authorities in biomaterials science and engineering ✤✤ Fosters the understanding of the interface between soft and hard matter, and explains the complex interplay of cell behaviour, and the physics and materials science of artificial devices   

✤✤ Gives young, ambitious scientists and experienced researchers a state-of-the art overview of the highly interdisciplinary, vibrant research field of biomaterials science READERSHIP: Materials scientists, medicinal chemists, biochemists, polymer chemists, engineering scientists

SEP 2013 • 425PP • 978-3-527-33031-7 • CL • €139.00

Biosurfaces   

A Materials Science and Engineering Perspective

KANTESH BALANI

Biosurfaces

✤✤ Starts with concepts and works up to real-life applications such as implantable devices, medical devices, prosthetics, and drug delivery technology ✤✤ Addresses surface reactivity, requirements for surface coating, cleaning and preparation techniques, and characterisation ✤✤ Discusses the biological response to coatings and addresses biomaterial-tissue interaction ✤✤ Incorporates nanomechanical properties and processing strategies, and views social, ethical, and future issues associated with biomaterials design and implementation READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, postgraduates, scientists, and researchers in biomaterials, materials science and engineering, biomedical engineering, biology, mechanical device design, and medical sciences

Dec 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-29997-5 • CL • €109.00

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KULDIP S. RATTAN & NATHAN KLINGBEIL ✤✤ Just-in-time approach, which covers only the salient math topics used in first and second-year engineering courses ✤✤ Applications-driven presentation, which provides motivation by using typical engineering problems in all examples and exercises

Introductory Mathematics for Engineering Applications

✤✤ Designed for engineering faculty, not math faculty, so the emphasis is on using math to solve engineering problems, not on the mathematical theory itself

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Engineering Applications

SEP 2013 • 395PP • 978-1-118-14180-9 • PR • €63.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-46616-2

Cornerstone Engineering Design   CLIVE L. DYM Harvey Mudd College

✤✤ Demonstrates the relevance of tools and techniques of formal design to practical engineering settings through a complete design case study and two continuing design examples ✤✤ Combines design, engineering design, project management, team dynamics and project-based learning into a single introductory work focused particularly on conceptual design

Cornerstone Engineering Design

✤✤ Introduces the processes and tools of conceptual design in a project or team setting ✤✤ Modularized, self-contained presentation of topics supports flexible course organization

   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of engineering enrolled in introductory design courses or senior capstone courses

NOV 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-32458-5 • PR • €67.90

Software Radio Modem Design and Applications    RICHARD W. MIDDLESTEAD ✤✤ Provides thorough background information for all mathematical concepts used ✤✤ Discusses practical application of communication theory to real system design ✤✤ Features extensive use of computer codes to evaluate theoretical relationships and support performance claims, and simulation codes for waveform acquisition and data demodulation

Software Radio Modem Design and Applications

✤✤ Offers executable and source code for design and evaluation of user-specific channels and system specifications, and examples to clarify analytical results and design techniques

   

READERSHIP: Communication system and digital signal processing engineers, postgraduates in advanced communications, computer simulation, and digital signal processing, computer programmers

Electrical Engineering / Engineering

Introductory Mathematics for Engineering Applications   

Dec 2013 • 980PP • 978-0-470-40852-0 • CL • €125.00

Resource Management in Femtocell Networks   EKRAM HOSSAIN & LONG BAO LE ✤✤ Showcases the works of a recognised expert in the field and who is extensively published ✤✤ Provides MATLAB codes for simulations of resource management schemes and basics of wireless channel modelling ✤✤ Compares and contrasts numerous approaches to solving resource allocation challenges ✤✤ Enables engineers to improve speed, coverage, and network capacity for the benefit of consumers READERSHIP: Researchers, communication engineers, RF engineers, radio network planners, postgraduates in wireless communications or wireless networks, femtocell hardware manufacturers SERIES: Adaptive and Cognitive Dynamic Systems

dec 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-50267-9 • CL • €99.90

Resource Management in Femtocell Networks

   

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Electrical Engineering

The Autonomous System    SZABOLCS DE GYURKY ✤✤ Discusses the architecture of the autonomous system constellation

The Autonomous System

✤✤ Provides an in-depth introduction to the classical, philosophical theories of cognitive scientists such as Immanuel Kant, Arthur Schopenhauer, and G. W. F. Hegel ✤✤ Demystifies chapter-by-chapter each system layer contributing to the overall autonomous system constellation

   

READERSHIP: Practitioners, cognitive specialists, computer scientists, AI specialists, system architects, system engineers, advanced postgraduates specifically in computer science

nov 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-29424-6 • CL • €109.00

Metaheuristics in Uncertain Environments   EL-GHAZALI TALBI University of Lille, France

✤✤ Deals with optimisation and provides the full coverage of algorithms that are already implemented and used today

Metaheuristics in Uncertain Environments

✤✤ Offers end-of-chapter questions and tutorials on a supplementary website, with end-of-chapter problem solutions

   

✤✤ Includes case studies to illustrate how metaheuristics are applied in fields like telecommunications, logistics, transportation, bioinformatics, engineering design, scheduling, environment, finance, etc READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and engineers from different application domains dealing with optimisation or machine learning, operations research, researchers designing metaheuristics SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

Nov 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-59247-2 • CL • €109.00

Concept-Oriented Research and Development   A Paradigm Shift in Information Technology

KENJI MORI Corporate Research, Haarmann & Reimer

ConceptOriented Research and Development

✤✤ Offers global perspectives by contributors from Japan, China, Austria, Italy, and the United States ✤✤ Presents case studies from IBM and Hitachi ✤✤ Discusses applications to transportation, manufacturing, and computer industries

   

READERSHIP: Postgraduates in information technology, engineering, and technology management, R&D researchers, strategists, industry professionals SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

DEC 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-47891-2 • CL • €105.00

Modeling and Simulation of Discrete Event Systems   B. K. CHOI ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to DES-M&S ✤✤ Aims to thoroughly inform the reader in a variety of simulation languages and toolsets ✤✤ Explains how to analyse the results of simulations – a critical feature for practitioners ✤✤ Offers examples from multiple application areas including review questions and problems READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in simulation/industrial engineering and computer science, simulation practitioners and researchers   

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Oct 2013 • 408PP • 978-1-118-38699-6 • CL • €95.90


Concepts, Principles, and Practices 2nd Edition

CHARLES S. WASSON ✤✤ Offers “Guiding SE Principles” which highlight key concepts ✤✤ Leads the reader through a set of methodology and drives the steps to a solution

System Analysis, Design, and Development

✤✤ Provides step-by-step approaches to problem solving and solution development ✤✤ Emphasises that verification and validation occur throughout system development

   

Dec 2013 • 832PP • 978-1-118-44226-5 • CL • €112.00

High-Frequency Magnetic Components   2nd Edition

MARIAN K. KAZIMIERCZUK Wright State University

✤✤ Provides physics-based descriptions and models of discrete inductors, transformers, and integrated magnetic devices ✤✤ Covers optimisation of magnetic devices, self-capacitances, and self-resonant frequency of inductors, and updates information on core losses and complex permeability

High-Frequency Magnetic Components

✤✤ Gives new design examples and end-of-chapter problems

    

✤✤ Offers updated solutions manual through a companion website READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and professors working in electrical and computer engineering, research students in power electronics, practising design engineers of power electronics circuits and radio-frequency power amplifiers

Electrical Engineering

System Analysis, Design, and Development  

Nov 2013 • 672PP • 978-1-118-71779-0 • CL • €TBA

Real-Time Digital Signal Processing   Implementations and Applications 3rd Edition

SEN M. KUO, BOB H. LEE & WENSHUN TIAN Northern Illinois University, USA; Texas Instruments Inc., USA; UTStarcom Inc., USA

✤✤ Combines both the DSP principles and real-time implementations and applications using the new eZdsp USB Stick ✤✤ Places renewed emphasis on C-code experiments and reduces the exercises using assembly coding – effective use of C programming, fixed-point C code, and INTRINSICS ✤✤ Offers updates on speech coding techniques used for next generation networks, audio coding with surrounding sound, fingerprint for image processing, etc

  

✤✤ Includes MATLAB experiments – filter design, algorithm evaluation, and simulations READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates in DSP courses, engineers and programmers

Oct 2013 • 552PP • 978-1-118-41432-3 • CL • €89.90 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01495-0

Electrical Engineering and Semiconductor Devices    SERGEY MAKAROV & REINHOLD LUDWIG ✤✤ Provides a fundamental grounding in core electrical and computer engineering concepts suitable for students majoring in mechanical engineering or other engineering disciplines ✤✤ Organized under the theme of “applications motivate engagement,” this text provide numerous practical examples of EE concepts in devices and systems of interest to other branches of engineering ✤✤ Traditional circuits, electronics, communication systems and electromagnetic theory is demonstrated through examples such as semiconductors and solar cells

Electrical Engineering and Semiconductor Devices

   

✤✤ The online learning environment, WileyPLUS, provides video tutorials, practice problems, auto-graded homework and many other tools for assignment, assessment and self-study READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of engineering majoring in disciplines other than electrical engineering who require a broad foundation of electrical engineering concepts.

Nov 2013 • 750PP • 978-0-470-55143-1 • CL • €122.00

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Construction / Engineering Supplement

Der Eurocode 6 fur Deutschland DIN EN 1996 – Kommentierte Fassung   DGFM SERVICE GMBH Berlin

✤✤ Presents codes interpreted by the code authors ✤✤ Contains Eurocode or EC, National Annex or NA, and commentary ✤✤ Incorporates EC6 and NA as integrated document without sections irrelevant for Germany READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, test engineers, engineering students, libraries

oct 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-433-03016-5 • PR • €108.00   

Structural Timber Design to Eurocode 5   2nd Edition

JACK PORTEOUS & ABDY KERMANI Napier University, UK

✤✤ Provides a clear, step-by-step guide to designing Eurocode 5 compliant timber structures ✤✤ Features many detailed worked examples to explain how the code works ✤✤ Covers recent amendments to EC 5 and includes the additional requirements of BSI information document PD 6693-1-1 READERSHIP: Structural engineers, civil engineering contractors, undergraduates and postgraduates in timber engineering or structural engineering    

May 2013 • 616PP • 978-0-470-67500-7 • PR • €TBA

Design of Reinforced Concrete  

9th Edition SI Version

JACK C. MCCORMAC & RUSSELL H. BROWN Clemson University; Clemson University

✤✤ Excel spreadsheets for many examples in the text provide the student and the instructor with tools to analyze and design reinforced concrete elements quickly to compare alternative solutions ✤✤ Enough content to cover a two semester course at the undergraduate level ✤✤ Accessible practical approach, light on theory   

✤✤ Expanded material on shear wall design in Chapter 18 gives details and examples on how to design shear walls for combined axial load and bending moment READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Construction

Nov 2013 • 718PP • 978-1-118-31868-3 • PR • €75.90

LTE-advanced DRX Mechanism for Power Saving Scott Fowler, Abdelhamid Mellouk & Naomi Yamada Linköping University, Sweden; UPEC, France; Linköping University, Sweden

LTE-advanced DRX Mechanism for Power Saving

✤✤ Simply explains the basic concepts and techniques to help understand the DRX mechanism in LTE READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and engineers interested in this subject area

NOV 2013 • 128pp • 978-1-848-21532-0 • Cl • €TBA

   

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EPS and IMS Networks

André Perez Consultant

✤✤ Presents the architecture of the 4G mobile network ✤✤ Describes the EPS architecture as well as the LTE radio interface

Voice over LTE

✤✤ Details the SRVCCC mechanism, which allows the transfer of communication from a 4G mobile network to 2G/3G networks READERSHIP: Network Architects, Network Engineering Students in Network and TelecomTelecom Operators, Suppliers of Telecom Equipments, Software Developers

   

OCT 2013 • 256pp • 978-1-848-21534-4 • Cl • €125.00

Data Quality in Databases Laure Berti-Equille Director of Research in Computer Science, French Institute of Research for Development

✤✤ Provides a sound technical grounding in the subject and show readers, through examples and practical case studies, how to apply statistics and data mining techniques to their own data quality issues

Data Quality in Databases

✤✤ Presents an overview of data quality analytics and techniques for data quality improvement ✤✤ Offers an iterative framework for the detection, explanation and quantitative cleaning of data quality problems and anomalies

   

READERSHIP: Academic researchers and practitioners, undergraduate and graduate students in Computer Science (database, data mining) and in Statistics

DEC 2013 • 192pp • 978-1-848-21570-2 • Cl • €69.90

Engineering Supplement

Voice over LTE

Resource Optimization and Security for Cloud Services Kaiqi Xiong Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Covers the state of the art in the resource optimization and security of cloud services ✤✤ Provides an in-depth analysis of PKTAPP and PKCROSS in a large-scale system ✤✤ Includes a study of trustworthiness, percentile response time, service availability, and authentication in the networks between users and cloud service providers, and at service stations or sites that may be owned by different service providers

Resource Optimization and Security for Cloud Services

   

READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers in the fields of distributed computing, cloud computing, service computing, networks and telecommunication, and network security

DEC 2013 • 320pp • 978-1-848-21599-3 • Cl • €TBA

Visual Inspection Technology in the Hard Disc Drive Industry Paisarn Muneesawang & Suchart Yammen Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Naresuan University, Thailand

✤✤ A presentation of the use of computer vision systems to control manufacturing processes and product quality in the hard disk drive industry ✤✤ Covers the latest developments and important topics in computer vision technology in hard disk drive manufacturing, as well as offering a glimpse of future technologies READERSHIP: Academic and Researchers in Computer Science

NOV 2013 • 352pp • 978-1-848-21591-7 • Cl • €TBA

Visual Inspection Technology in the Hard Disc Drive Industry

   

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Engineering Supplement

Software Architecture Mourad Chabane Oussalah University of Nantes, France

✤✤ Presents the software architecture paradigms based on objects, components, services and models, as well as the various architectural techniques and methods

Software Architecture

✤✤ Analyses architectural qualities, models of representation of architectural templates and styles, their formalization, validation and testing READERSHIP: CIO, project managers, developers, architects, designers, developers and users of software architectures, lecturers of engineering colleges and universities, engineers, master and PhD students and engineering students

   

DEC 2013 • 352pp • 978-1-848-21600-6 • Cl • €TBA

Risk Pricing Strategies for Public-Private Partnership Projects Abdelhalim Boussabaine

Risk Pricing Strategies for Public-Private Partnership Projects

University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Sets out the key principle strategies involved in risk pricing of PPP projects in a clear and accessible way ✤✤ Provides the reader with fundamental principles of risk pricing theories and enveloping processes

   

✤✤ Each chapter treats specific aspects of risk in PPP projects, including: PPP process map; Project risk management strategies; Project risk measurement and modelling; Strategies for risk pricing; Risk pricing at each of the project life cycle stages; Pricing project finance risks READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and researchers in construction management thinking practitioners wanting an analytical perspective

nov 2013 • 256pp • 978-1-405-17792-4 • CL • €83.90

Construction Management Eugenio Pellicer Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

✤✤ Focuses on the management of the construction phase of a building project from the contractors point of view

Construction Management

✤✤ Covers the complete range of topics which the construction management professional is required to master

   

✤✤ Developed from the Leonardo da Vinci project to develop a series of Common Learning Outcomes for European Managers in Construction READERSHIP: Post graduate and final year undergraduate students in construction and related disciplines. Built environment researchers

OCT 2013 • 344pp • 978-1-118-53957-6 • Pr • €48.90

Synthetic Impulse and Aperture Radar (SIAR)

A Novel Multi-Frequency MIMO Radar

Baixiao Chen & Jianqi Wu Xidian University, China; VP Hefei Association for Science and Technology, China

Synthetic Impulse and Aperture Radar (SIAR)

✤✤ Details the operating principle, signal processing method, target measurement technology, and experimental results of synthetic impulse and aperture radar (SIAR) ✤✤ Expands the technique of impulse and aperture synthesis from the VHF band to the HF band and the microwave band

   

✤✤ Written by a leading author with many years research and practical experience in sparse array SIAR, a typical MIMO radar READERSHIP: Engineers, researchers and postgraduates working in radar engineering, Students studying radar and communications

DEC 2013 • 448pp • 978-1-118-60955-2 • Cl • €TBA

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Etienne Dombre, Michael Gauthier & Nicolas Andreff National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France; National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France; National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France

✤✤ Reviews the physical and methodological principles, and the scientific challenges to be tackled to design and control such robots

Nanorobotics

✤✤ Describes the most prominent devices and prototypes of the state of the art to illustrate the benefit that can be expected for the surgeons and patients READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers engaged in this subject area

NOV 2013 • 192pp • 978-1-848-21371-5 • Cl • €125.00

   

Microgrids

Architectures and Control

Nikos Hatziargyriou National Technical University of Athens, Greece

✤✤ Takes a logical approach to reviewing the purpose and the technical aspects of microgrids, the most innovative topic in the electric power industry today

Microgrids

✤✤ Includes a strong group of contributors who are both prominent in research and publication in this field, and have seven years experience actively working on the grids ✤✤ Original research material with state-of-the-art case studies outlined in the chapter on pilot sites

   

READERSHIP: Electric power engineers familiar with high voltage transmission systems; utility operators in microgrids; power systems researchers, academics; manufacturers and network operators; government regulators; postgraduate power systems students; graduate students with specialist courses on microgrids

DEC 2013 • 352pp • 978-1-118-72068-4 • Cl • €TBA

Engineering Supplement

Nanorobotics

Power System Relaying 4th Edition

Stanley H. Horowitz & Arun G. Phadke Formerly with American Electric Power Corporation, Ohio, USA; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

✤✤ Provides the student with an understanding of power protection principles and an insight into the phenomena involved

Power System Relaying

✤✤ New material demonstrates the present state of the art and explains the dramatic changes to equipment and operation the industry has seen over the last five years ✤✤ Explains new concepts in power system protection such as WAMS and the Smart Grid, with a brand new chapter on alternative generation sources

   

READERSHIP: A suitable reference for practicing protection engineers who want to be kept up to date with advances in the industry and graduate electrical engineering students

NOV 2013 • 392pp • 978-1-118-66200-7 • Cl • €TBA

Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Groundwater Anatoly Legchenko IRD, Grenoble, France

✤✤ Presents the basics of the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) phenomenon and its practical application to the problems of characterization of aquifers and groundwater-related natural hazards ✤✤ Features numerous numerical and practical examples, as well as a detailed presentation of the nuts and bolts of the method, based on the long term experience of the MRS development and practical use READERSHIP: Students in applied geophysics, scientists and engineers working in the field of groundwater investigation. Hydrogeologists, geologists, teachers

NOV 2013 • 192pp • 978-1-848-21568-9 • Cl • €81.90

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Metamaterials and Wave Control Eric Lheurette University of Lille, France

✤✤ Provides an overview of the metamaterial concept as a perspective of a new practical tool for wave study and engineering

Metamaterials and Wave Control

✤✤ Includes both the electromagnetic spectrum, from microwave to optics, and the domain of acoustic waves READERSHIP: Master and PhD students / Scientist and engineers working in connection with wave propagations and technologies

OCT 2013 • 240pp • 978-1-848-21518-4 • Cl • €81.90

   

Electricity from Wave and Tide An Introduction

Paul A. Lynn Consultant, UK

✤✤ Motivational text giving a thorough understanding of the scientific basis, practical implementation and current status of marine energy systems ✤✤ Uses case studies to give a balanced, up-to-date and technically accurate insight to the range of mature technologies in the sector

  

✤✤ Provides a working level of expertise for the numerous non-specialists entering this rapidly growing industry READERSHIP: Professionals in power, marine and industrial engineering, needing a basic appreciation of the underlying principles of wave and tidal stream devices or a quick update. Energy policymakers, employees in the energy sector and members of environmental organizations. Graduate and postgraduate students of renewable energy, energy systems and electrical and mechanical engineering.

OCT 2013 • 224pp • 978-1-118-34091-2 • Cl • €65.90

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering from Random Rough Surfaces Asymptotic models

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering from Random Rough Surfaces

Nicolas Pinel & Christophe Boulier University of Nantes, France; University of Nantes, France

✤✤ Presents classical asymptotic models used to describe the electromagnetic wave scattering from rough surfaces ✤✤ Focuses on the case of random rough surfaces, which can be described statistically

   

✤✤ Analyses both coherent and incoherent components of the normalized radar cross section (NRCS) READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers interested in this subject area

NOV 2013 • 160pp • 978-1-848-21471-2 • Cl • €69.90

Design of Rotating Electrical Machines Second Edition

Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen & Valeria Hrabovcova Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; Helsinki University of Technology, Finland; University of Zilina, Slovakia

Design of Rotating Electrical Machines

✤✤ A comprehensive and systematic overview of all existing and emerging technology in the field of rotating electrical machine design ✤✤ Presents a rigorous introduction to the theoretical principles and techniques of electrical machine design

   

✤✤ Outlines a detailed step-by-step sequence of machine design, providing an invaluable guide on how to approach rotating electrical machine design READERSHIP: Practising engineers and researchers involved in electrical machine design. MSc and postgraduate students taking courses in electrical drives technology

NOV 2013 • 648pp • 978-1-118-58157-5 • Cl • €115.00

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Ravilisetty Rao & Munisamy Anandan Specialty Phosphors, Inc., USA; Organic Lighting Technologies, LLC, USA

✤✤ Provides a timely guide to the vast potential of display phosphors for the development and mass manufacture of power efficient displays ✤✤ Offers an insight in to the science and technology of phosphors and explores their role in promoting the invention of new displays, improvement of existing displays and mass manufacturing of displays with enhanced performance

Display Phosphors

✤✤ Describes in detail the role of phosphors in different types of displays

   

READERSHIP: Scientists, engineers and managers involved in development of displays; technicians, managers, and investors involved in manufacturing of displays. Postgraduates; display analysts; venture capitalists

DEC 2013 • 350pp • 978-1-118-44263-0 • Cl • €105.00

Computational Paralinguistics

Emotion, Affect and Personality in Speech and Language Processing

Björn Schuller & Anton Batliner TU Munich, Germany; University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

✤✤ Presents the methods, tools and techniques that are currently being used to recognise (automatically) the affect, emotion and personality embedded in human speech ✤✤ Provides a hands-on approach notably by including a chapter on the open source openEAR toolkit for emotion and affect recognition developed by the authors, the first of its kind and which has become a new standard in the field READERSHIP: Electrical Engineers, Information Technology Engineers, Computer Scientists, Phoneticians, Linguists, Psychologists. Graduate and postgraduate students, Usability Engineers, Acoustic Engineers, Software Engineers

  

OCT 2013 • 352pp • 978-1-119-97136-8 • Cl • €97.90

Engineering Supplement

Display Phosphors

Wireless Power Transmission via Radiowaves Naoki Shinohara Kyoto University, Japan

✤✤ Covers all the theory and technologies of WPT, such as microwave generators with semi-conductors and microwave tubes, antennas, phased arrays, beam efficiency, and rectifiers ✤✤ Discusses coupling WPT ✤✤ Includes applications, such as energy harvesting, sensor networks, point-to-point WPT, WPT to moving targets (airplane, vehicle, etc.) and Solar Power Satellite

Wireless Power Transmission via Radiowaves

READERSHIP: WPT researches, RF technicians

   

NOV 2013 • 256pp • 978-1-848-21605-1 • Cl • €TBA

Zonotopes

From Guaranteed State-estimation to Control

Cristina Stoica, Vu Tuan Hieu Le, Teodoro Alamo, Eduardo F. Camacho & Didier Dumur SUPELEC Systems Sciences, France; Ecole des Mines de Douai, France; Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; SUPELEC Systems Sciences, France

Zonotopes

✤✤ Focuses on two significant problems in automatic control: state estimation and robust model predictive control under input and state constraints, and bounded perturbations and noise, based on a zonotopic set-membership approach READERSHIP: Researchers working in Automatic Control (estimation community, predictive control community) including PhD students, industrial partners interested in applying the proposed techniques on real systems.

   

NOV 2013 • 224pp • 978-1-848-21589-4 • Cl • €TBA

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Engineering Supplement

Molecular Imaging in Nano MRI Michael Ting Seagate Technology, France

✤✤ Reviews the latest results on molecular imaging for nano MRI

Molecular Imaging in Nano MRI

✤✤ Provides a comparison of the performance and complexity of sparse image reconstruction methods READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers interested in this subject area

NOV 2013 • 176pp • 978-1-848-21474-3 • Cl • €77.90

   

Quantum Networking Thomas E. Van Meter Keio University, Japan

✤✤ Emphasizes the use of classical networking principles to build a sustainable, extensible, robustquantum repeater network architecture

Quantum Networking

✤✤ Addresses the problems inherent in topologically complex networks, managed autonomously READERSHIP: All researchers working on quantum repeaters, quantum key distribution, and quantum communications. General researchers in quantum information, classical networking and systems researchers

NOV 2013 • 192pp • 978-1-848-21537-5 • Cl • €81.90

   

Electrical Overstress (EOS) Devices, Circuits and Systems

Steven H. Voldman IBM, USA

✤✤ Teaches readers the language of EOS and EOS sources and enables them to distinguish EOS from ESD, Latchup, EMI and EMC

Electrical Overstress (EOS)

✤✤ Describes how to design EOS robust circuits and systems and explains EOS computer aided design (CAD) methodologies

   

✤✤ Includes case studies READERSHIP: Professors, postgraduate and graduate students in power electronics; manufacturing technicians; semiconductor management; semiconductor device design engineers; characterization engineers; test engineers; other electrical engineers in the semiconductor industry

NOV 2013 • 360pp • 978-1-118-51188-6 • Cl • €85.90

PID and Predictive Control of Electric Drives and Power Supplies Using MATLAB/Simulink

PID and Predictive Control of Electric Drives and Power Supplies Using MATLAB/ Simulink

Liuping Wang RMIT University, Australia

✤✤ Brings together both classical control systems and predictive control systems in a logical style from introductory through to advanced levels ✤✤ Demonstrates how simulation and experimental results are used to support theoretical analysis and the proposed design algorithms

   

✤✤ MATLAB and Simulink tutorials are given in each chapter to show the readers how to take the theory to applications READERSHIP: Researchers and industrial engineers; graduate students on electrical engineering courses

DEC 2013 • 360pp • 978-1-118-33944-2 • Cl • €122.00

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Theory and Applications

Xianchuan Yu, Dan Hu & Jindong Xu Beijing Normal University, China; Beijing Normal University, China; Beijing Normal University, China

✤✤ A systematic exploration of both classic and contemporary algorithms in blind source separation with practical case studies

Blind Source Separation

✤✤ Presents new improved algorithms aimed at different applications, such as image feature extraction, remote sensing image fusion, mixed-pixel decomposition of SAR images, image object recognition, and MRI medical image processing

   

✤✤ Written by an expert team with accredited innovations in blind source separation and its applications in natural science READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and researchers engaged in the area of signal processing, data mining, image processing and recognition, information, geosciences, life sciences

DEC 2013 • 584pp • 978-1-118-67984-5 • Cl • €TBA

Small Cells

Technologies and Deployment, Second and Expanded Edition

Jie Zhang & Guillaume de la Roche University of Sheffield, UK; Mindspeed Technologies, France

✤✤ New to this edition: Chapters on small cell related standardization activities, methods and deployment scenarios, synchronization, localization and backhaul, WiFi in future radio access networks, small cell deployment tools and case studies, and small cell green aspects

Small Cells

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive reference on small cells and related topics ✤✤ Discusses the recent developments in femto/small cells; discussing various types of small cells (e.g., pico-, metro- and femto-cell)

   

✤✤ Offers the latest research results on small cells based on simulation and measurements READERSHIP: R&D network planners, femtocells hardware manufacturers, RF engineers, operators, consultants. Researchers, Universities and graduate students undertaking wireless communications courses

Engineering Supplement

Blind Source Separation

DEC 2013 • 540pp • 978-1-118-57265-8 • Cl • €109.00

Model Based Systems Engineering Fundamentals and Methods

Patrice Micouin Consultant, France

✤✤ Addresses fundamental ontological and epistemological aspects of systems (technological systems, knowledge and models) ✤✤ Presents methodological issues and proposes a methodic approach of MBSE that provides, systematic and integrated model based engineering processes

Model Based Systems Engineering

✤✤ Describes relevant features of the VHDL-AMS language supporting the methodological issues described previously

   

READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers interested in this subject area

NOV 2013 • 192pp • 978-1-848-21469-9 • Cl • €81.90

Crowdsourcing Jean-Fabrice Lebraty & Katia Lobre-Lebraty Jean Moulin University, Lyon, France; Jean Moulin University, Lyon, France

✤✤ Reviews the concept of crowdsourcing ✤✤ Shows how it leads to the creation of value and to the emergence of new organizational forms

Crowdsourcing

READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers interested in this subject area

OCT 2013 • 144pp • 978-1-848-21466-8 • Cl • €TBA

   

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Optimal Modified Continuous Galerkin CFD Allen J. Baker University of Tennessee, USA

Optimal Modified Continuous Galerkin CFD

✤✤ Introduces and addresses many different flow models (Navier-Stokes, full-potential, potential, compressible/incompressible) from a unified perspective ✤✤ Focuses on Galerkin methods for CFD beneficial for engineering graduate students and engineering professionals

   

✤✤ Accompanied by a website with sample applications of the algorithms and example problems and solutions READERSHIP: Professional Engineers and Scientists in commercial practice seeking improved CFD capability; Professional Engineers working with FE-CFD, Graduate Students on ME/AE/ES/CE/Biomedical Engineering Courses

DEC 2013 • 576pp • 978-1-119-94049-4 • Cl • €122.00

Manufacturing Processes Modeling and Numerical Simulation

Jean-Michel Bergheau Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Saint-Etienne, France

✤✤ Gathers a state of the art on how to simulate industrial processes, what data are needed and what numerical simulation can bring

Manufacturing Processes

✤✤ Assembling processes such as welding and friction stir welding, material removal processes, elaboration processes of composite structures, sintering processes, surface-finishing techniques, thermo-chemical treatments are investigated

   

READERSHIP: Industry professionals and students learning numerical methods applied to multiphysics problems encountered in manufacturing processes

NOV 2013 • 320pp • 978-1-848-21358-6 • Cl • €125.00

Advanced Composite Materials for Automotive Applications

Structural Integrity and Crashworthiness

Ahmed Elmarakbi University of Sunderland, UK

✤✤ Comprehensively covers how advanced composite materials are designed, manufactured and utilized in vehicles ✤✤ Examines failure analysis of composite materials and their implications in automotive applications ✤✤ Explores technical advantages of current and future uses of composites   

✤✤ Includes case studies and examples covering all aspects of composite materials and their applications in the automotive industry READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers working with composites in the automotive industry, Graduate and postgraduate students in mechanical and materials engineering.

DEC 2013 • 472pp • 978-1-118-42386-8 • Cl • €105.00

Modeling of Complex Systems Applications to Aeronautical Dynamics

Emanuel Grunn & Tuan Anh Pham ESTACA, Paris, France; ESTACA, Paris, France

Modeling of Complex Systems

✤✤ Describes a method of modeling, design and calculation of flying qualities of airplanes and Drones ✤✤ Includes topics about simulation methods by MATLAB/SIMULINK, calculation or measurement of particular characteristics of the machines like inertial data and aerodynamic coefficients and derivatives

   

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READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers working within the aerospace industry, Graduate and postgraduate students in mechanical engineering.

NOV 2013 • 320pp • 978-1-848-21448-4 • Cl • €125.00


Microstructure, Properties, and Applications

Nikhil Gupta Polytechnic Institute of New York University, USA

✤✤ Includes comparison charts, comparing syntactic foams with other lightweight materials, to visually show trends between them in a clear manner

Polymer Matrix Syntactic Foams

✤✤ Features a large collection of micrographs of raw materials and different types of syntactic foams ✤✤ Coverage of production and processing enables readers to integrate processes into established production chains

   

READERSHIP: Practicing engineers in boat, ship, and aircraft industries working on composite materials, Mechanical engineers, Product designers, Aerospace, Automotive and Naval Industry personnel, Researchers and Graduate students in universities, Materials developers, Materials engineers, Researchers working in or entering the field of syntactic foams

DEC 2013 • 256pp • 978-1-119-96401-8 • Cl • €99.90

Guide to Load Analysis for Durability in Vehicle Engineering Par Johannesson & Michael Speckert Technical Research Institute of Sweden; Fraunhofer ITWM, Germany

✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of vehicle load analysis for durability ✤✤ Emphasis on probabilistic and statistical description and analysis of loads ✤✤ Covers the use of established computational methods, such as finite element method (FEM) and multi body simulation (MBS), and their appropriate use within load analysis for durability

Guide to Load Analysis for Durability in Vehicle Engineering

   

READERSHIP: Engineers in the vehicle industry, including manufacturers of cars, trucks, agricultural machines, construction machines, rock drilling machines, aeroplanes, ships, offshore constructions and wind mill constructions. Graduate and postgraduate students

NOV 2013 • 464pp • 978-1-118-64831-5 • Cl • €115.00

Engineering Supplement

Polymer Matrix Syntactic Foams

Aerospace Propulsion T.-W. Lee Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ Both gas-turbine and rocket propulsion covered in a single volume ✤✤ Presents modern analytical methods and examples ✤✤ Combines fundamentals and applications including space applications

Aerospace Propulsion

✤✤ Companion website contains MATLAB examples and problem sets/solutions READERSHIP: Instructors and students in senior-level undergraduate and graduate courses in aerospace propulsion. Researchers and practicing engineers in aerospace propulsion

   

NOV 2013 • 320pp • 978-1-118-30798-4 • Cl • €81.90

Nonlinear Beam and Cable Mechanics Mathematical Modeling and Engineering Applications

Angelo Luongo & Daniele Zulli University of L’Aquila, Italy; University of L’Aquila, Italy

✤✤ Nonlinear models of elastic and visco-elastic one-dimensional continuous structures (beams and cables) are formulated ✤✤ Several models of increasing complexity are dealt with: straight/curved, planar/non-planar, extensible/ inextensible, shearable/unshearable, warping-unsensitive/sensitive, prestressed/unprestressed beams, both in statics and dynamics READERSHIP: Research Scientists, PhD Students in Civil & Mechanical Engineering, as well in Applied Mathematics. Professional Mechanical Engineers

Nonlinear Beam and Cable Mechanics

   

NOV 2013 • 352pp • 978-1-848-21421-7 • Cl • €152.00

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Computational Modeling and Simulation of Heat Treatment for Metal Alloy Qigui Wang & Yiming Rong

Computational Modeling and Simulation of Heat Treatment for Metal Alloy

Tsinghua University, China; Tsinghua University, China

✤✤ Provides a systematic structure for the numerical modeling of heat treatment processes with integration of multi-physics models ✤✤ Includes thermal analysis, microstructure evolution, mechanical modeling, diffusion, compound formation, modeling of equipments and the concept of integration

   

✤✤ Covers the fundamental technologies of heat treatment based on theory and experimental results, introducing computational simulation for such treatments which affect physical properties of metallic alloys READERSHIP: Academic researchers and industrial practicing engineers in material science and engineering, especially thermal processing and manufacturing engineering

DEC 2013 • 450pp • 978-1-118-39809-8 • Cl • €122.00


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Companion to the Anthropology of Religion, A

36

Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West, A 16 Companion to the Problem of Evil, A

7

Companion to W.V.O. Quine, A

8

Comparing Religions

9

CHEN, I-WEI

84

CHENG, KUN

72

Computational Modeling and Simulation of Heat Treatment for Metal Alloy

CHESNEY-LIND, MEDA

48

Computational Paralinguistics 105

CHEW, SHIRLEY

14

CHINITZ, DAVID E.

15

Concept-Oriented Research and Development

98

CHOI, B. K.

98

Concepts of the Self

26

Chomsky 6 Chromatography 69 CHURCH, MICHAEL

62

Cities by Design

27

Index

index

110

Concise Companion to Middle English Literature, A 15 Concise Companion to Postcolonial Literature, A

14

111


INDex Index

Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry, A Concise Encyclopaedia of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

14

67

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics: Indications, Insights, and Innovations 58 Cone Beam Computed Tomography: Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnosis and Applications

58

CONLEY, TOM

19

Conservation Biology

61

Construction Management 102 Contemporary Carbene Chemistry 79 Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics Contemporary Moral and Social Issues

79

Educational Neuroscience

DE MENIL, GEORGES

31

DE ROSA, CLAUDIO

72

DE VISSCHER, ALEX

75

Effects of Persistent and Bioactive Organic Pollutants on Human Health 75

DE, SIRSHENDU

64

DEAL, WILLIAM E.

11

DEAN, JOHN R.

75

Demanding the Impossible

3

DENBOW, D. MICHAEL

60

DENISON, PATRICIA

60

Dependable Computing

70

Der Eurocode 6 fur Deutschland DIN EN 1996 – Kommentierte Fassung 100 Dermatologic Principles and Practice in Oncology DERRY, JAN

56 9

5

Design of Reinforced Concrete 100

4

Design of Rotating Electrical Machines 104

Contesting the Indian City

36

DEVADSON, RANJI

Cooking for Special Diets

35

COPLAN, ROBERT J.

44

Developing Reading Comprehension 45

Cornerstone Engineering Design 97

Development of Children and Adolescents, The

47

Developmental Economics

32

CORNS, THOMAS N.

14

Correspondence 43

DGFM SERVICE GMBH

27

100

48

EGGELER, GUNTHER

84

EICHELBERGER, EZRA

35

Electrical Engineering and Semiconductor Devices

99

Electrical Overstress (EOS) Electricity from Wave and Tide

106 104

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering from Random Rough Surfaces

104

Elements of Dessert, The

35

ELIAS, JORGE

55

ELLIOTT, ANTHONY

26

ELMARAKBI, AHMED

108

ELSCHNER, MANDY

68

ELY, SUSAN

71

Emil Brunner

10

Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, The

48

Energy Technology 2013

87

ENGEN, MARLOES VAN

45

Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery 77 ENGLISH, JAMES F.

13

Correspondence of John Campbell MP, with his Family, Henry Fox, Sir Robert Walpole and the Duke of Newcastle 1734-1771, The 29

Diagnostic Imaging of Infections and Inflammatory Diseases 55

Environmental Trace Analysis

75

EPD Congress 2013

86

DÍAZ-CAMPOS, MANUEL

18

95

15

24

EPPERSON, JAMES F.

CORRIE, MARILYN

Digital Media Ethics

61

19

45

Equine Clinical Pathology

COSTANZO, WILLIAM V.

DIKKERS, JOSJE

22

25

27

COSTELLO, DIARMUID

DILLON, MICHELE

ERICKSON, MARK

83

87

71

ESKIN, D. G.

CRAPPS, ROBERT W.

DIMMOCK, NIGEL

34

89

24

CRAWFORD, R. D.

DINH, PHUONG MAI

ESS, CHARLES

Creation “Ex Nihilo” and Modern Theology

Disasters and Politics

28

12

CREEL, RICHARD E.

3

Critical Media Studies

21

CROSBY, KATE

11

CROUCH, COLIN

25

CROW, CHARLES L.

13

CROWDER, GEORGE

6

Crowdsourcing

107

Cryoablation for Cardiac Arrhythmias 55 Crystals and Crystallinity in Polymers 72 CULLEN, JIM

37

CURTIS, PATRICIA A.

66

D’ANDREA, AMY

60

DAHLEM, GREGORY A.

66

Dante’s Deadly Sins DASKIN, MARK S. Data Quality in Databases

5 95 101

Dates 64 DAVIES, JOHN E. DAVIS, THOMAS D.

112

DE MEIJERE, ARMIN

29 4

DE GYURKY, SZABOLCS

98

DE LEON, ARNOLDO

41

DE LEON, CEDRIC

26

Display Phosphors

105

Distant Love

26

DOERIG, CHRISTIAN

67

Does the Richness of the Few Benefit Us All?

25

DOMBRE, ETIENNE

103

DOWLING, TRISHA

60

DRELICH, JAROSLAW

87

Epistemology 4

FINDEISEN, MATTHIAS

74

Fire on Earth

62

FISHER, JOHN A.

20

FLEMING, DIANE O.

67

Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner

58

FOLKERS, GERD

76

FORD, ALEXANDER C.

52

FORD, DAVID F.

13

FORTNER, ROBERT S.

22

FORTUNE, FARIDA

57

Foundation Programme at a Glance, The FOWLER, SCOTT FREDERICK, ROBERT E. Freedom’s Right

50 100 4 6

FRENKING, GERNOT

80

FRET – Förster Resonance Energy Transfer

81

FREUD, ANNA

43

FREUD, SIGMUND

43

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance 34 Fundamentals of MedicalSurgical Nursing

56

GALEN, DEREK

50

GARCÍA, SANTOS

66

GAUTHIER, MICHAEL

103

GEESLIN, KIMBERLY L.

18

Gender and Global Justice

31

Geodiversity 61 GEORGIOU, MYRIA

24

GI Epidemiology – Diseases and Clinical Methodology

52

GIBSON, LUKE

61

GIDDENS, ANTHONY

29

GIGUÈRE, STEEVE

60

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 2 Aluminum Reduction Technology 83

GILDENHARD, INGO

42

GIRGUS, SAM B.

22

Essentials of Clinical Immunology 50

Girls, Delinquency, and Juvenile Justice

48

GLEADLE, JONATHAN

51

GLEASON, ABBOTT

38 87

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Cast Shop for Aluminum Production

83

Essentials of Psychology in Action

46

GLEESON, HELEN GLENCROSS, ANDREW

29

10

Global Communication

20

Global Future of English Studies, The

13 30

Globalization and Work

27

Dried Blood Spots Sampling and Its Applications

73

European Reformations Sourcebook, The

Drug Delivery Applications of Noninvasive Imaging

EVANS, MEL

16

72

Everyday Moral Economies

37

DUBBER, ANDREW

23

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with Maple 94

Global Governance at Risk

FABBRETTI, ATTILIO

77

Going Viral

23

FACKLER, P. MARK

22

GONZALEZ, ALBERTO

20

FAGNONI, MAURIZIO

79

GONZALEZ, SHAWNEEN

57

FAROOQUI, AKHLAQ A.

68

GOODBY, JOHN W.

87

FAROOQUI, TAHIRA

68

Governing Global Land Deals

29

FARRELL, JOAN M.

47

GOWLER, DAVID

10

GRANATO, DANIEL

65

GRANDFIELD, J. F.

83

GRAPPIN, ROLAND

90 61

DUMUR, DIDIER

105

DUNNING, TRISHA

52

DUPUIS, MARC

83

DUSEK, VAL

4

DYCK, BRUNO

33

DYM, CLIVE L.

97

Ecological Genomics of Fungi, The

64

Econometric Analysis of Panel Data

32

Economic Policy 76

31

Education and the Growth of Knowledge

9

Education Policy

9

Fast Sequential Monte Carlo Methods for Counting and Optimization 91 FAWCETT, WILLIAM

51

GRAY, MURRAY

Financial Reporting Handbook 2013

GREIBROKK, TYGE

69

33

GRUNDMANN, ROY

20


GRUNDMANN, ROY

20

GRUNN, EMANUEL

108

HAZEN, KIRK

16

Healthcare Reform in Radiology 55

INGLIS, FRED

13

KERMANI, ABDY

100

Inside Concentration Camps

40

KEYNES, SIMON

38

HEINTZ, PHILIP H.

55

Intelligent Stimuli-Responsive Materials 85

HELD, DAVID

30

Interatomic Bonding in Solids 85

HEMSLEY, JEFF

23

41

HENDRICKSON, DEAN A.

59

Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life

Guide to Foodborne Pathogens 66

HERNANDEZ-FIGUEROA, HUGO E.

89

Guide to Load Analysis for Durability in Vehicle Engineering 109

HERNANDEZ, ERNESTO

65

Heterogeneous Catalysis

76

GUALERZI, CLAUDIO O.

77

GUARNA, ANTONIO

78

GUGGENHEIM, MICHAEL

28

Guide to Ancient Greek Drama, A

Guide to US Food Laws and Regulations Guide to Working with BSL-3/4 Agents, A GUPTA, NIKHIL

66 68 109

GUPTA, SUSHAM

54

GUSTAFSSON, BERTIL

94

HAAS, EDWARD F.

41

HAAS, TIMOTHY C.

69

Haematology at a Glance

50

HAENEY, MANSEL

50

HALL, ANGELA

56

HALL, RUTH

29

HALLIDAY, DAVID

90

HALPIN, HARRY

5

HAMILTON, CATHY

56

HANCOCK, JOHN M.

67

Handbook of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, The Handbook of Chinese Linguistics, The Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility, The Handbook of Gender, Sex and Media, The Handbook of Global Communication and Media Ethics, The

45 17

21 21

High-Frequency Magnetic Components 99 HILDEBRANDT, NIKO

81

HILL, C.

93

History of Seventeenth-Century English Literature, A 14 History of Texas, The

41

HOALST-PULLEN, NANCY

37

HOFFBRAND, VICTOR

50

HOFFMAN, MICHAEL

4

HOFMANN, STEFAN G.

44

HOLMES, JANET

16

Holocene, The

63

HONNETH, AXEL

6

Horn of Africa, The

30

HOROWITZ, STANLEY H.

103

HORT, NORBERT

83

Hospitalists’ Guide to the Care of Older Patients

52

HOSSAIN, EKRAM

97

How to Teach in Clinical Settings 51 How to… Collected Articles from BSAVA Companion

58

HOWARD-SNYDER, DANIEL

7

HOYLE, RICK H.

44

HRABOVCOVA, VALERIA

104

HRAPKIEWICZ, KAREN 22

60

HU, DAN

107

Handbook of LC-MS Bioanalysis 73

HUANG, C. T. JAMES

17

HUBBARD, THOMAS K.

42

Handbook of Liquid Crystals

HUDSON, BENJAMIN

39

HUFFAKER, CARL B.

64

HUFFMAN, KAREN

46

HULME, CHARLES

45

HUNTER, MATTHEW C.

43

HURON, ERIC S.

84

Handbook of Media and Mass Communication Theory, The Handbook of Media Audiences, The

87

22 21

Handbook of Personality and Self-Regulation

44

HWANG, JIANN-YANG

Handbook of Solitude, The

44

Hydrogen Generation, Storage and Utilization

Handbook of Spanish Second Language Acquisition, The

18

Handbook of Statistical Hypothesis Testing with SAS and R

93

HARDY, MARK C.

84

HARDY, RICHARD J.

62

HARGREAVES, JANET

28

HARMAN, GILBERT

8

HART, CRAIG H.

43

HASEGAWA, PAUL M.

63

HATZIARGYRIOU, NIKOS

103

HAUSER-CRAM, PENNY

47

85, 86

20

Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography 57 Interreligious Reading After Vatican II

13

Interventions for Autism

45

Introducción a la Sociolingüística Hispánica

18

Introduction to Behavioral Economics 32 Introduction to Cluster Science, An Introduction to Japanese Linguistics, An

89 17

Introduction to Modern Virology 71

73

KLEIN, HARVEY G.

53

KLINE, T. JEFFERSON

19

KLINGBEIL, NATHAN

97

KOTZEE, BEN

9

KOWALL, NEIL W.

45

KREISS, HEINZ-OTTO

94

KRIPAL, JEFF

9

KUBINYI, HUGO

76

KUHNT, SONJA

93

KUMAR, S.

85

KUNNAN, ANTONY JOHN

17 99 41 66

Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Ecosystem Managers 69 Introduction to Sociological Theory 25 Introductory Mathematics for Engineering Applications

97

Introductory Modern Algebra 94 ISHIZAKA, ALESSIO

91

Italian Renaissance, The

40

IYER, RAVISHANKAR K.

70

JACOBSEN, MICHAEL HVIID

25

JAGGAR, ALISON

31

James Through the Centuries

10

JANDER, GEORGE

63

JANECKI, TOMASZ

80

JANSON, GUILHERME

57

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

31

JENKINSON, ELIZABETH

46

JENKS, MATTHEW A.

63

JHA, ANIMESH

87

JIANG, TAO

86

JOHANNESSON, PAR

109

JOHNSON, ERIC A.

30

JOKINEN, TAPANI

104

21

KADER, ADEL A.

64

IKHMAYIES, SHADIA

85

KAIM, WOLFGANG

73

Imaging Marine Life

61

KALBARCZYK, ZBIGNIEW T.

70

Immunology 71

KAMAL-ELDIN, AFAF

65

Impact Assessment

KAMPTMANN, SUSANNE

76

KANE, TOM

30

KAPILA, SUNIL

58

KATO, TAKASHI

87

KAZIMIERCZUK, MARIAN K.

99

KELSEY, CHARLES

55

KEMP, STEPHANIE

33

33

53

KLEIN, AXEL

LABBÉ, RONALD G.

IHLEN, ØYVIND

Information Security and Risk Management

56

KIRSCH, DOUGLAS

95

32

76

26

KIRBY, STEPHAN

Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis, An

74

Industrial Moisture and Humidity Measurement

34

Killing Fields of Inequality, The

KURTZ, MICHAEL L.

JUST, DAVID

Industial Biotechnology – Biotech 69

27

KIDWELL, DAVID S.

88

JURT, SIMON

5

51

KIBRIA, NAZLI

KUO, SEN M.

81

In the World Interior of Capital

KHAW, PENG TEE

Introduction to Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials

Identity 27

75

Keynotes in Organic Chemistry 77

LACAN, JACQUES

Index

index

3

LACKEY, KAREN

76

LACOUTURE, MARIO E.

56

LAIRD, LINDA M.

70

LAMBEK, MICHAEL

36

LANE, PHILIP

31

Language of Queen Elizabeth I, The 16 LAPIDGE, MICHAEL

38

LARRES, KLAUS

38

LAW, HO

46

LAWLER, STEPH

27

LAWLESS, HARRY T.

65

LAWRENCE, DAVID P.

75

LE, LONG BAO LE, VU TUAN HIEU

97 105

Leadership in Psychiatry

54

LEBRATY, JEAN-FABRICE

107

LEE, BOB H.

99

LEE, CHI H.

72

LEE, ELISA T.

92

LEE, FREDERIC S.

28

LEE, MIKE S.

73

LEE, SANG YUP

69

LEE, T.-W.

109

LEGCHENKO, ANATOLY

103

LEONARD, ED LEPORE, ERNEST

95 8

LEVITIN, VALIM

85

LEWIS, J. E.

95

LEWIS, JUSTIN

24

LEWIS, TODD LHEURETTE, ERIC

11 104

LI, BOWEN

85

LI, CHUN

72

LI, JING LIANG

88

LI, JORDAN

51

113


INDex Index

LI, QUAN

85

MATHAUDHU, SUVEEN N.

LI, WENKUI

73

LI, Y. H. AUDREY

17

LIAO, JAMES C.

69

Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Food Science and Technology

65

Light Metals 2012 w/ CD

82

MATTHEWS, GRAHAM

63

Light Metals 2013

83

MAY, STEVE

21

LIGHT TOWNSEND CUMMINS

41

MAYO, FREDERIC B.

34

LINDBERG, CARTER

10

LINDLEY, DENNIS V.

91

LIPSHUTZ, BRUCE H.

80

LISCIANDRO, GREGORY R.

58

LIU, A. C. F.

95

LIU, XIANG YANG

88

MCBRAYER, JUSTIN P.

7

McBRIDE, CILLIAN

7

MCCABE, CATHERINE

56

MCCANN, MARGARET

56

MCCORMAC, JACK C.

100

MCELHANEY, JOE MCGILVRAY, JAMES

19 6

Modern Geometry

95

Modern Glass Characterization 86

Nonlinear System Identification 96

Modern Synthetic Methods in Carbohydrate Chemistry

Norwegian Tragedy, A

28

78

NUGENT, J. KEVIN

47

Molecular Aspects of Aging

69

Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations

95

O’LEARY, MEGAN

27

Molecular Excitation Dynamics and Relaxation 90

OESTREICH, MARTIN

79

Molecular Gastronomy

OKHRAVI, NARCISS

51

OLIGER, JOSEPH

94

OLSON, JAMES S.

39

Molecular Basis of Oxidative Stress 77

Molecular Imaging in Nano MRI

34 106

On-Diffractive Waves

89

Open-Bite Malocclusion

57

Opening and Operating a Retail Bakery

34

Mollison’s Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine

53

MCGUFFIE, KENDAL

62

MONDAL, SOURAV

64

MCPHAIL, THOMAS L.

20

MONGA, MANOJ

54

Media and the City

24

MONNIN, ALEXANDRE

Media of Photography, The

22

MONTEIRO, SERGIO NEVES

85

Medical Informatics for eHealth 70

MONTERO, RICK E.

84

Medicinal Chemistry Approaches to Personalized Medicine

MOORE, HENRIETTA L.

35

MORI, KENJI

98

76

MOSS, ROBERT A.

79

47

MEDINTZ, IGOR

81

MOSTOFSKY, DAVID

LTE-advanced DRX Mechanism for Power Saving 100

MEHTA, ATUL

50

MOTTEZ, FABRICE

MEINERS, SILKE

69

MOUTON, PETER R.

LUCCHINI, FRANCESCO

43

MELLOUK, ABDELHAMID

LUDWIG, REINHOLD

99

MEREDITH, ANNA

LUI, S. H.

95

LUNDANES, ELSA

69

Metabolic Syndrome and Neurological Disorders

LUONGO, ANGELO

109

LYNN, PAUL A.

104

LOCARNINI, STEPHEN A.

53

LOCKE, CLAIRE

33

LOCKE, G. RICHARD

52

LOEFFELHOLZ, MARY

15

LOK, ANNA S. F.

53

LOOKINGBILL, BRAD D.

40

LORD, BRIGITTE

59

Louisiana 41 LOVE, JOHN

LYOTARD, JEAN-FRANCOIS

6

100 59 68

Metaheuristics in Uncertain Environments 98 Metal Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions and More 79

5

78

Organic Nanostructured Solar Cells

87

Organizational Behavior

33

Organometallics in Synthesis

80

57

Origins of Modern Humans, The

62

90

OTT, BRIAN L.

21

68

OURS, JAN VAN

31

Movies and American Society 38

OUSSALAH, MOURAD CHABANE 102

Multi-criteria Decision Analysis 91

PAGE, LOUISE

28

Multivariate Time Series Analysis 94

PANTELLINI, FILIPPO

90

PARRINO, ROBERT

34

PARSONS, ANDREW F.

77

Party & Society

26

MUNEESAWANG, PAISARN

101

Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America

30

Music Industry, The

23

NADEAU, RANDALL L.

10

NAHON, KARINE

23 70

31

MACK, ROBERT L.

21

Metamaterials and Wave Control

104

MACKEY, PHILLIP

86

METER, THOMAS E. VAN

106

MACONES, GEORGE

54

Magnesium Technology 2013

83

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Clinical Trials

92

NAKKA, NITHIN M.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Groundwater 103

MEYERS, L. S.

93

Nanomaterials 88

Michigan 41

Nanorobotics

MAKAROV, SERGEY

MICOUIN, PATRICE

107

NARSKY, ILYA

Making Capitalism Fit For Society 25

Microgrids

103

MALANI, PREETI N.

MIDDLESTEAD, RICHARD W.

97

Natural and Artifical Photosynthesis 71

MIGOYA, FRANCISCO J.

35

52

Management of Labor and Delivery

54

MANCAL, TOMÁS

90

MANDLE, JON

7

MANINGAT, ODY

65

MANNHOLD, RAIMUND

76

MANO, JOAO F.

96

Manufacturing Processes MARESCHAL, DENIS

108 48

Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System 28 MARTIN, FRANCIS

64

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

31

Material Science and Engineering of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys

84

Materials Processing Fundamentals 87

MILLER-MCLEMORE, BONNIE J. 11 MILLER, JOAN

51

MILLER, PAUL

63

MILLS, MICHAEL J.

84

Minor Injuries and Conditions 57

103 89

Natural Lactones and Lactams 80 NAUMANN, INGELA K.

31

NAYAR, PRAMOD K.

14

NEELAMEGGHAM, NEALE R.

83, 87

NEMERY, PHILIPPE

91

64

Peptidomimetics in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry

78

Percutaneous Renal Surgery PEREZ, ANDRÉ Performing Data Analysis Using IBM SPSS

54 101 93

Pesticide Application Methods 63

53

New Blackwell Companion to the City, The

5

Philosophy of Religion

3

Philosophy of Technology

4

85

MOAYYEDI, PAUL

52

68

85

Peptide Signals in Plants

Philosophical Engineering

MITTAL, KASHMIRI L.

Modern Environments and Human Health

PENG, ZHIWEI

Neurostereology 68

NEUBERT, MITCHELL J.

54

90 102

94

72

108

PELLICER, EUGENIO

PHILIPP, SANDRA

MITRA, ASHIM

Models for Mental Disorder

56

PELLETIER, GUY

108

71

98

37

PEATE, IAN

PHD, SAUL STAHL

MITANI, Y.

Modeling of Complex Systems

87

PATTERSON, MARK

103

Network and Discrete Location 95

Modeling and Simulation of Discrete Event Systems

PATI, SOOBHANKAR

PHAM, TUAN ANH

50

107

Passing the FRACP Written Examination 51

PHADKE, ARUN G.

MISBAH, SIRAJ

Model Based Systems Engineering

Optimal Modified Continuous Galerkin CFD 108 Organic Mechanisms

MACDONALD, KATE

99

3

80

10

107

On the Names-of-the-Father

Molecules and Matter with Chemical Bonding

McGRATH, ALISTER E.

LOBRE-LEBRATY, KATIA

LOPEZ-BURTON 18

114

83

33

37

New Media, Development and Globalization 24 NEWELL, ROB

46

NIELSEN, JENS

69

NIGHTINGALE, VIRGINIA

21

Nonlinear Beam and Cable Mechanics

109

Photochemically-Generated Intermediates in Synthesis

79

Physical Diagnosis in the Hospitalized Patient

52

Physical Geography

37

Picts, The

39


PID and Predictive Control of Electric Drives and Power Supplies Using MATLAB/Simulink

106

PIERO, FABIO DEL

59

PIERSON, CHRISTOPHER

31

PINEL, NICOLAS

104

Planning an Applied Research Project in Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports 34 Plant Abiotic Stress

63

Political Philosophy

8

Politics of European Integration, The

29

Politics of Global Supply Chains, The

31

Polymer Matrix Syntactic Foams PON, CYNTHIA L. PORTELLA, PEDRO D.

109 77 84

PORTEOUS, JACK

100

PORTER, FRANK C.

89

PORTES, RICHARD

31

Posthumanism 14 Power System Relaying

103

Practical Raman Spectroscopy 74 Practical Residual Stress Measurement Methods

96

PRENTICE, LEON

87

PRESCOTT, JOHN F.

60

Principles of Physics Extended 90

Real-Time Digital Signal Processing 99

Scanning Probe Microscopy for Industrial Applications

74

Software Radio Modem Design and Applications

97

RECAMI, ERASMO

SCHAFER, JUDITH KELLEHER

41

Song, Songs, and Singing

20

Recognition 7

SCHAFFNER, JULIE

32

SOSKICE, JANET

12

REED, PHIL

45

SCHAJER, GARY S.

96

SPAETH, GERALD

REED, ROGER C.

84

SCHARFF, ROBERT C.

Reflective Practice

28

Schema Therapy Clinician’s Guide, The

47

Spectral Clustering and Biclustering of Networks

93

SCHERER, VIKTOR

70

SPIERENBURG, PIETER

30

REIDY, DAVID A.

89

7

REINHARD, PAUL-GERHARD

89

REISS, NEELE

47

Remarkable Banquet Service

35

SCHNEIDER, HANS J.

4

7 105

SCHULTZ, THOMAS

90

Resistant Starch

65

SCHWEDERSKI, BRIGITTE

73

RESNICK, ROBERT

90

Resource Management in Femtocell Networks

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