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The most phenomenally successful book in

Anatomy & Physiology New to this edition Ì Packaged as a set of Textbook (in full-color) and Workbook (in

single-color). Ì The textbook retains the features of the original edition and

replicates the complete learning experience. Ì The workbook is designed for the reinforcement of learning from

the textbook and building relevance to the concepts studied. It comprises: • Section-wise learning objectives and chapter review. • Features like Medical Implications and Disorders. • Self-quiz questions. • Solutions to selected questions. Ì Revised illustrations in every chapter updated to provide greater

clarity and more saturated colors. Ì Exhibits extended to cover new chapters, providing students with

simplified presentation of complex content. Ì Tissue photomicrographs replaced with exceptionally clear images

and high magnification blowouts.

2014 India Edition Anatomy & Physiology Gerard J. Tortora & Bryan Derrickson (Textbook + Workbook) ISBN: 978-81-265-4480-6 | Pages: 1340

Table of contents Unit I: Organization of the Human Body å An Introduction to the Human Body å The Chemical Level of Organization å The Cellular Level of Organization å The Tissue Level of Organization å The Integumentary System Unit II: Principles of Support and Movement å The Skeletal System: Bone Tissue å The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton å The Skeletal System: The Appendicular Skeleton å Joints å Muscle Tissue å The Muscular System Unit III: Control Systems of the Human Body Nervous Tissue å The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves å The Brain and Cranial Nerves å The Autonomic Nervous System å

å å å

Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems The Special Senses The Endocrine System

Unit IV: Maintenance of the Human Body å The Cardiovascular System: The Blood å The Cardiovascular System: The Heart å The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Hemodynamics å The Lymphatic System, Nonspecific Resistance to Disease and Immunity å The Respiratory System å The Digestive System å Metabolism å The Urinary System å Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid Base Homeostasis Unit V: Continuity å The Reproductive Systems å Development and Inheritance

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Humanities & Social Sciences


PHILOSOPHY

Locke SAMUEL C. RICKLESS University of California, San Diego, USA

✤ Comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to the full range of Locke’s ideas ✤ A well-rounded perspective on one of the intellectual giants of the Western philosophical tradition ✤ Explores the influence of his work which even today remains at the heart of debates about the nature of reality and our knowledge of it, as well as our moral and political rights and duties ✤ Provides detailed coverage of Locke’s two key works, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding and The Two Treatises of Government READERSHIP: Undergraduates and graduate students requiring a comprehensive survey of Locke’s ideas; or those studying the history of European thought and ideas, British empiricists, or early modern philosophy in departments of philosophy, religion, and politics SERIES: BLACKWELL GREAT MINDS

MAR 2014 • 224PP • 978-1-405-18936-1 • PR • $29.95 / 978-1-405-18935-4 • CL • $89.95

The Virtues of Captain America Modern-Day Lessons on Character from a World War II Superhero

MARK D. WHITE College of Staten Island, CUNY, USA

✤ Full of entertaining examples from more than 50 years of comics and movies featuring Captain America, the Avengers, and other Marvel superheroes ✤ Introduces basic concepts in moral and political philosophy to the general reader ✤ Explores the value of “old-fashioned” virtues for the modern world, including honesty, courage, loyalty, perseverance, and, perhaps most importantly, honour ✤ Timed for the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier in April 2014 READERSHIP: For general readers and also undergraduate students for courses in ethics and popular culture

MAR 2014 • 208PP • 978-1-118-61926-1 • PR • $TBA

Ethics in Practice An Anthology 4th Edition

EDITED BY HUGH LAFOLLETTE University of South Florida, USA

✤ A fully updated and revised edition of this popular and authoritative anthology of classic and contemporary essays covering a wide range of ethical and moral issues ✤ Integrates ethical theory with discussions of practical moral problems, and includes three essays on theory written specifically for this volume ✤ Features eleven essays new to this edition, as well as expanded sections discussing theory, reproductive technologies, war and terrorism, and animals ✤ Guides students with introductory essays on reading philosophy, theorizing about ethics, writing a philosophy paper, and a supporting web site at www.hughlafollette.com/eip4/ READERSHIP: Introductory and upper-level courses in practical and applied ethics SERIES: BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY ANTHOLOGIES

JAN 2014 • 696PP • 978-0-470-67183-2 • PR • $64.95

Global Justice THOM BROOKS Durham University, UK

✤ The most comprehensive introductory text on global justice available that brings together key foundational and contemporary perspectives ✤ Covers high-profile issues such as poverty, sovereignty, and environmental and distributional justice, as well as illuminating examples from current affairs

Global Justice

✤ Designed to give students of law, philosophy, and politics a thorough grounding in the field ✤ Conceived as an ideal companion text to The Global Justice Reader, Revised First Edition (2014), yet provides full standalone coverage READERSHIP: Students of philosophy, politics and political science, and law (especially international law and jurisprudence)

MAR 2014 • 224PP • 978-1-405-18442-7 • PR • $29.95 / 978-1-405-18443-4 • CL • $74.95

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Ethics in Finance 3rd Edition

JOHN R. BOATRIGHT Loyola University Chicago, USA

Ethics in Finance

✤ Substantially updated new edition with nearly 40% new material, including sections on credit cards, mortgage lending, microfinance, risk management, derivatives, and securitization ✤ Includes coverage and references to the recent financial crisis and the very latest developments within the financial world ✤ Focuses on the practical issues that confront finance professionals, policy makers, and consumers of financial services ✤ Cites examples of the scandals that have shaken public confidence in Wall Street and world financial markets READERSHIP: Students and scholars of finance and business ethics, as well as anyone involved in financial activities SERIES: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS ETHICS

JAN 2014 • 312PP • 978-1-118-61582-9 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15600-4

The Art of Comics

NEW IN PAPERBACK

A Philosophical Approach

EDITED BY AARON MESKIN & ROY T. COOK University of Leeds, UK; University of Minnesota, USA

✤ The first anthology to address the philosophical issues raised by the art of comics ✤ Provides an extensive and thorough introduction to the field, and to comics more generally ✤ Responds to the increasing philosophical interest in comic art ✤ Includes a preface by the renowned comics author Warren Ellis READERSHIP: Scholars, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates studying comics, aesthetics, philosophy, or literature; makers and fans of comics SERIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN AESTHETICS

MAR 2014 • 224PP • 978-1-118-79946-8 • PR • $24.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33464-7

As Free and as Just as Possible

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The Theory of Marxian Liberalism

JEFFREY REIMAN American University, USA

✤ A new thesis from one of America's foremost intellectuals that maps a new frontier in moral philosophy and political theory ✤ Distills a new concept of justice that recognizes the iniquities of capitalism ✤ Synthesis of elements of Marxism and Liberalism will interest readers across a spectrum of political theory ✤ Direct and jargon-free style opens these complex ideas to a wide readership READERSHIP: Teachers, students, and scholars at all levels in philosophy, especially moral philosophy and political theory, policymakers and members of the judiciary, educated lay people with an interest in politics or philosophy SERIES: BLACKWELL PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY SERIES

FEB 2014 • 208PP • 978-1-118-72038-7 • PR • $TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-67412-3

Environmental Ethics

POLITY

2nd Edition

ROBIN ATTFIELD Cardiff University, UK

✤ Covers a huge amount of literature in a clear and readable way, making it an ideal student resource ✤ Discusses the possibilities of ethical consumerism and ethical investment as practical expressions of an environmental ethic ✤ Introduces readers to the key contemporary debates in environmental ethics, including sustainability, environmental stewardship, biocentrism and global governance ✤ Includes original contributions to the issues from this leading scholar of environmental ethics READERSHIP: 2nd year undergraduates and above in philosophy, environmental studies and ethics

FEB 2014 • 278PP • 978-0-745-65253-5 • PR • $26.95 / 978-0-745-65252-8 • CL • $TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62738-0

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ANDREW JAMES COHEN Georgia State University, USA

✤ An ideal introduction to the emerging field of Toleration, a critical topic in political philosophy ✤ Written in a lively prose style, ideal for classroom use ✤ Packed with engaging examples to help students to navigate the theoretical terrain ✤ Authored by an experienced teacher at the forefront of debates in this area READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking relevant courses in philosophy, political science and religious studies. Also suitable for graduate courses in political theory and social and political thought SERIES: POLITY KEY CONCEPTS IN PHILOSOPHY

JAN 2014 • 200PP • 978-0-745-65557-4 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-65556-7 • CL • $59.95

Hegel

PHILOSOPHY

Toleration

POLITY

J. M. FRITZMAN Lewis And Clark College, USA

✤ A comprehensive, accessible guide to the work of this hugely influential philosopher ✤ Provides a neutral, balanced account of the full breadth of Hegel's work, including key texts such as the Logic and the Phenomenology of Spirit ✤ Teases out the key themes of the enormous secondary literature on Hegel, evaluating competing interpretations of his work READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in continental philosophy, aesthetics, history of philosophy and history of political thought SERIES: PCTS-POLITY CLASSIC THINKERS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 200PP • 978-0-745-64725-8 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-64724-1 • CL • $64.95

Foucault Now

POLITY

EDITED BY JAMES FAUBION Rice University, USA

✤ Interdisciplinary volume that addresses key themes of Foucault's thought, including biopolitics and parrhesia ✤ Provides analysis of key texts such as Folie et déraison and Histoire de la sexualité ✤ Features innovative contributions from leading Foucault scholars such as Didier Eribon, Ian Hacking and Cary Wolfe READERSHIP: Students and scholars of cultural theory, cultural studies and related disciplines SERIES: THEORY NOW

FEB 2014 • 272PP • 978-0-745-66379-1 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66378-4 • CL • $69.95

Berkeley

POLITY

DANIEL FLAGE James Madison University, USA

✤ The book lays out important philosophical concepts and methods of argument in a clear and straightforward manner, giving an admirable précis of Berkeley’s important arguments ✤ A fuller account of the range of Berkeley's work than is to be found in other introductory books on the subject ✤ Synthesizes Berkeley’s thought across a range of fields to present a compelling picture of the philosopher’s foundational beliefs Readership: Undergraduate and graduate students in philosophy and related disciplines SERIES: PCTS-POLITY CLASSIC THINKERS SERIES

MAR 2014 • 232PP • 978-0-745-65634-2 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-65633-5 • CL • $69.95

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Nancy Now

POLITY

EDITED BY VERENA CONLEY & IRVING GOH Harvard University, USA; Cornell University, USA

✤ Includes an essay by Nancy published for the first time in English ✤ A thorough and up-to-date appreciation of Jean-Luc Nancy’s thought ✤ Places Jean Luc-Nancy’s work within the context of broader movements in continental philosophy and elucidates the various ways in which he has shaped and been shaped by them READERSHIP: Students and scholars in literature, cultural studies, continental philosophy and cognate disciplines SERIES: THEORY NOW

MAR 2014 • 250PP • 978-0-745-66167-4 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66166-7 • CL • $69.95

Derrida

NEW IN PAPERBACK

POLITY

BENOÎT PEETERS Writer and critic

✤ In writing this biography, Benoît Peeters talked to over a hundred individuals who knew and worked with Derrida. He is also the first person to make use of the huge personal archive built up by Derrida throughout his life and of his voluminous correspondence ✤ Peeters traces Derrida’s life from his beginnings as a Jewish boy from Algiers, through the microcosm of the École normale supérieure and the turbulent events of 1968 and after to his rise to global fame ✤ He also charts the trajectory of a concept – deconstruction – that comes to exert an extraordinary influence way beyond the philosophical world, on literary studies, architecture, law, theology, feminism, queer theory, and postcolonial studies READERSHIP: General readership, those studying Derrida and philosophy

MAR 2013 • 700PP • 978-0-745-65616-8 • PR • $69.95

Properties

POLITY

DOUGLAS EDWARDS University of Aberdeen, UK

✤ Up-to-date and beautifully written, Properties is the most comprehensive introduction to this important area of metaphysics ✤ Writing with verve and clarity, Edwards explains difficult philosophical concepts in a straightforward manner ✤ A useful and original assessment of the various merits of each of the views discussed READERSHIP: Students taking a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in philosophy, including metaphysics and history of philosophy SERIES: POLITY KEY CONCEPTS IN PHILOSOPHY

MAR 2014 • 160PP • 978-0-745-66175-9 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66174-2 • CL• $59.95

Heidegger LEE BRAVER University of South Florida, USA

✤ The most up-to-date and comprehensive introduction to Heidegger’s philosophy available ✤ Authored by a key player in contemporary debates on Heidegger ✤ An experienced teacher who explains Heidegger’s ideas with cogency and flair READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of philosophy and the humanities more broadly SERIES: PCTS - POLITY CLASSIC THINKERS SERIES

MAR 2014 • 264PP • 978-0-745-66492-7 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66491-0 • CL • $69.95

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KEVIN SCHILBRACK Western Carolina University, USA

✤ Presents a persuasive argument for the radical transformation of philosophy of religion, away from its currently narrow focus on questions of God ✤ Contends that the discipline needs to embrace the religious diversity that characterizes the world today in order to create a truly global form of critical reflection ✤ Provides a manifesto for an inclusive approach centred on the study of how religions are lived and practiced, rather than one imposing a set of intellectual values ✤ Builds bridges between philosophy of religion and the other interpretative and explanatory approaches in the field of religious studies

RELIGION

The Future of the Philosophy of Religion

READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty of religious studies and philosophy SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

JAN 2014 • 224PP • 978-1-444-33053-3 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-444-33052-6 • CL • $TBA

Beyond the Secular Order The Representation of Being and the People

JOHN MILBANK University of Nottingham, UK

✤ An ambitious, erudite, and provocative critique of the main assumptions that underpin secularism, arguing that it is a Christian ‘heresy’ that developed from the middle ages ✤ Builds on and extends the argument Milbank first proposed in his influential work, Theology and Social Theory, now recognized as a classic in the field ✤ Draws on a breathtaking sweep of ideas and thinkers in contending that secularism can yet be transformed into a richer blend of religion, modernity, and politics ✤ Written by a major public intellectual, it confirms Milbank as one of the leading English-speaking theologians of his generation READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates, and scholars in modern theology, systematic theology, continental philosophy, philosophy of religion, and social theory SERIES: ILLUMINATIONS: THEORY AND RELIGION

JAN 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-118-82529-7 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-118-82523-5 • CL • $95.95

Buddha, Jesus and Muhammad A Comparative Study

PAUL GWYNNE University of New South Wales, Australia

✤ Offers an insightful and balanced comparison of the life and teachings of Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad, the founders of three of the world’s largest religions ✤ Explores how their lives, attitudes, and teachings – now followed by half of today's global population – relate to one another ✤ Uses a thematic approach, covering these figures' early lives, followers, their core message, political viewpoints, relations with women, and death ✤ Provides a context-rich introduction which enhances our understanding of these faiths, and dispels myths about both the individual figures and the nature of religion itself READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying comparative religion or world religions within religious studies

JAN 2014 • 336PP • 978-1-118-46550-9 • PR • $34.95 / 978-1-118-46551-6 • CL • $94.95

Decoding Dao Understanding the Dao De Jing and the Zhuangzi

LEE DIAN RAINEY Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

✤ Uniquely focuses on the core texts in Daoist philosophy, the Dao De Jing and the Zhuangzi – two of the most widely read texts in China's long literary history ✤ Examines the books' central philosophical arguments; how these values underpin much of Chinese culture; and the many ways in which they have been interpreted, both in China and in the West ✤ Explores the texts' historical context, origins, and authorship, and charts the three main ways they can be read: as religious, mystical, and philosophical works ✤ Provides a user-friendly introduction that unravels the complexities of these seminal volumes, written by a leading authority on Chinese philosophy READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying Daoism, Chinese philosophy and religion, Chinese culture, or world religions; general readers with an interest in Eastern religions

JAN 2014 • 240PP • 978-1-118-46574-5 • PR • $32.50 / 978-1-118-46575-2 • CL • $85.00

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RELIGION / LITERATURE

The Concise Encyclopedia of Orthodox Christianity

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY JOHN ANTHONY McGUCKIN Union Theological Seminary, USA

✤ Written by a team of experts in the field, this unique work explores the cultural and intellectual world of Eastern Orthodox Christianity ✤ Examines the key historical, liturgical, and doctrinal features of Eastern Orthodoxy, and includes coverage of the Armenian, Byzantine, Coptic, Ethiopic, Slavic, Romanian, and Syriac churches ✤ Spans the period from Late Antiquity to the present, encompassing subjects including history, theology, liturgy, monasticism, philosophy, folk culture, architecture, archaeology, and martyrology ✤ Based on the acclaimed two-volume Encyclopedia, and now available in a single-volume format READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates, and faculty studying Eastern Orthodoxy and early Christianity within theology; seminaries, clergy

JAN 2014 • 540PP • 978-1-118-75933-2 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18539-4

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to East and Inner Asian Buddhism The Wiley Blackwell Companion to East and Inner Asian Buddhism

EDITED BY MARIO POCESKI University of Florida, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive and balanced survey of Buddhism within East and Central Asia, from the time of the Buddha through to the present day ✤ Provides fresh perspectives on a wide range of texts, traditions, doctrines, practices, and institutions – on topics spanning gender roles, tantric rituals, and the spread of Zen into Europe ✤ Features contributions by art historians, literature scholars, and historians, as well as religious studies scholars ✤ Presents a panoramic view of the extraordinary variety of local Buddhist expressions and practices within Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Tibetan, and Taiwanese cultures READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers of Buddhism within world religions, religious studies, and Asian studies SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

FEB 2014 • 520PP • 978-1-118-61033-6 • CL • $195.00

A Companion to British Literature

4 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY ROBERT DEMARIA, JR., HEESOK CHANG & SAMANTHA ZACHER Vassar College, USA; Vassar College, USA; Cornell University, USA

✤ Discusses the historical, social, political, domestic, linguistic, institutional, and material contexts in which British literature has been produced ✤ Provides the most inclusive and far-reaching overview of British literature from 700–2000, across four volumes and over 100 chapters ✤ Written by an internationally diverse range of expert contributors including both distinguished academics and up-and-coming young stars ✤ Joins readings across geographical, cultural, institutional, economic, and mediological contexts ✤ A general index and a thematic table of contents enable readers to navigate the development of British Literature ✤ Individual volumes will be sold separately as e-books and the complete set will be available on WOL and will be included in the 2014 BRO collection READERSHIP: Students and faculty of English Literature; general readers of British Literature SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

MAR 2014 • 2072PP • 4 VOLUMES • 978-0-470-65604-4 • CL • $640.00 THE INDIVIDUAL VOLUMES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE DIGITALLY VOLUME I: MEDIEVAL LITERATURE, 700–1450 536PP •$TBA VOLUME II: EARLY MODERN LITERATURE, 1450–1660 464PP •$TBA VOLUME III: THE LONG EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, 1660–1830 464PP •$TBA VOLUME IV: VICTORIAN AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY LITERATURE, 1837–2000 608PP •$TBA

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Victorian Poets A Critical Reader

EDITED BY VALENTINE CUNNINGHAM Corpus Christi College, Oxford, UK

✤ Presents key criticism on Victorian poetry ✤ Features contributions from a variety of scholars in the field ✤ Illustrates the full range of critical approaches to the Victorian poets, including attention to texts, words, forms, modes, and sub-genres ✤ Offers fresh reinterpretations, many driven by contemporary ideological interests, including gender questions, selfhood, and body issues READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students for courses that include English poetry, 19th-century Victorian literature, and Victorian poetry SERIES: BLACKWELL CRITICAL READER

FEB 2014 • 400PP • 978-0-631-19914-4 • PR • $49.95 / 978-0-631-19913-7 • CL • $124.95

World Literature in Theory EDITED BY DAVID DAMROSCH Columbia University, USA

✤ Explores world literature from a variety of perspectives with a definitive collection of more than 30 essays written by the most influential scholars ✤ Coverage is split into four parts: origins and seminal formulations, world literature in the age of globalization, contemporary debates on world literature, and localized versions of world literature

World Literature in Theory

✤ Contains important theoretical essays by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Hugo Meltzl, Edward Said, Franco Moretti, Jorge Luis Borges, Gayatri Spivak, and more ✤ Includes substantive introductions to each essay, as well as an annotated bibliography for further reading READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and graduate students studying world literature; also scholars in departments of literature, language, and comparative literature

JAN 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-40769-1 • PR • $49.95 / 978-1-118-40768-4 • CL • $125.00

Wiley Blackwell Anthology of African American Literature Volume 1: 1746-1920

EDITED BY GENE ANDREW JARRETT Boston University, USA

✤ The first multi-volume anthology of African American literature ever published including more entire texts and complete collections of poetry than any other anthology ✤ Reflects the current scholarly and pedagogic structure of African American literary studies ✤ Organizes literary texts according to more appropriate periods of literary history, dividing them into seven sections that accurately depict movements in literary history ✤ Volume 1 contains a comprehensive collection of texts up to 1920 READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking introductory surveys or specialized courses on African American literature SERIES: BLACKWELL ANTHOLOGIES

JAN 2014 • 960PP • 978-0-470-65799-7 • PR • $44.95 / 978-0-470-65800-0 • CL • $99.95

Wiley Blackwell Anthology of African American Literature Volume 2: 1920 to Present

EDITED BY GENE ANDREW JARRETT Boston University, USA

✤ The first multi-volume anthology of African American literature ever published including more entire texts and complete collections of poetry than any other anthology ✤ Reflects the current scholarly and pedagogic structure of African American literary studies ✤ Organizes literary texts according to more appropriate periods of literary history, dividing them into seven sections that accurately depict movements in literary history ✤ Volume 2 contains a comprehensive collection of texts from the 1920s to the present READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking introductory surveys or specialized courses on African American literature SERIES: BLACKWELL ANTHOLOGIES

JAN 2014 • 1024PP • 978-0-470-67193-1 • PR • $44.95 / 978-0-470-67194-8 • CL • $95.00

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Reading Postwar British and Irish Poetry MICHAEL THURSTON & NIGEL ALDERMAN Smith College, USA; Mount Holyoke College, USA

✤ Features detailed discussions of individual poems that are widely available in anthologies and ‘selected poems’ volumes ✤ Pays explicit attention to how to read the poems, focusing on language and form and the institutional conditions of literary possibility in which poets worked ✤ Contains poets of all types and styles from throughout the post-war period, including canonical and mainstream poets alongside experimental poets, women, and poets of color READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in twentieth-century poetry, post-war British and Irish poetry, and general poetry SERIES: BLACKWELL READING POETRY

JAN 2014 • 344PP • 978-0-470-65731-7 • CL • $110.00

Reading the Contemporary Irish Novel 1987–2007 LIAM HARTE University of Manchester, UK

✤ A timely and much-needed survey of the contemporary Irish novel, a largely uncharted field ✤ Provides detailed interpretations of 11 seminal Irish novels ✤ Investigates the ways in which Irish novelists have sought to deal with and reflect a changing Ireland ✤ The fruit of many years reading, teaching and research on the subject by a leading and highly respected academic in the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying nationalism, identity, memory, and exile in postcolonial contexts; scholars in the field of modern and contemporary Irish literature SERIES: READING THE NOVEL

JAN 2014 • 280PP • 978-1-444-33620-7 • PR • $34.95 / 978-1-444-33619-1 • CL • $99.95

A Companion to Translation Studies EDITED BY SANDRA BERMANN & CATHERINE PORTER Princeton University, USA; Cornell University, USA

✤ Offers an up-to-date overview of an expanding field ✤ Features new work from well-known scholars ✤ Includes a broad range of geo-linguistic and theoretical perspectives ✤ Provides an introduction to translation studies with multi-disciplinary relevance that will be of use to undergraduates and graduates with diverse career goals READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of translation studies, comparative literature, and world literature; graduate students of cultural studies and literary theory SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

MAR 2014 • 608PP • 978-0-470-67189-4 • CL • $199.95

The Encyclopedia of the Novel

NEW IN PAPERBACK

GENERAL EDITOR: PETER MELVILLE LOGAN Temple University, USA

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: OLAKUNLE GEORGE, SUSAN HEGEMAN & EFRAÍN KRISTAL Brown University, USA; University of Florida, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤ An advanced reference resource offering authoritative accounts of the history, terminology, genre, and theory of the novel ✤ Arranged in A-Z format and meticulously cross-referenced ✤ Features over 150 articles written by leading scholars in the field, overseen by an advisory board of 37 specialists ✤ This new paperback edition seamlessly integrates the two original volumes into a single text that will prove a vital addition to any literary scholar’s personal library READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers of the novel and novel theory SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LITERATURE

JAN 2014 • 776PP • 978-1-118-72389-0 • PR • $54.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16184-8

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A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY CHRISTINE GERRARD Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, UK

✤ Brings together original contributions by leading international scholars and practicing poets and incorporates new readings of key selected texts ✤ Offers critical and contextual coverage of the full range of English-language poetry in the eighteenth-century ✤ Embraces the extraordinary development of poetry over the century in twenty English-speaking countries ✤ Fully integrates women poets, feminist approaches, and post-colonial poets READERSHIP: Students and scholars of poetry and twentieth-century literature; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

JAN 2014 • 624PP • 978-1-118-70229-1 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-1316-8

Reading Romantic Poetry

NEW IN PAPERBACK

FIONA STAFFORD University of Oxford, UK

✤ Provides a clear, lively introduction to Romantic poetry, backed by academic research and marked by its accessibility to students with little prior experience of poetry ✤ Introduces many of the major topics of the age, from politics to publishing, slavery to sociability, and Milton to the mind of man ✤ Encourages direct responses to poems by opening up different aspects of the literature and fresh approaches to reading ✤ Includes the major poets of the period–Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Keats, Burns, and Clare—as well as a host of less familiar writers, including women READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduate students, and faculty studying or teaching literature of the Romantic period, specifically Romantic poetry; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL READING POETRY

JAN 2014 • 248PP • 978-1-118-77300-0 • PR • $37.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-9155-5

Reading the American Novel 1780–1865

NEW IN PAPERBACK

SHIRLEY SAMUELS Cornell University, USA

✤ Provides readers with a practical introduction to novels produced from the late 18th century until the end of the Civil War ✤ Offers an overview of early fictional genres and introduces ways to interpret them today, featuring in-depth examinations of specific novels ✤ Explores the social and historical contexts of the time to enable readers’ understanding of the stories ✤ Examines questions of identity–about the novel, its 19th-century readers, and the emerging structure of the United States–as an important backdrop to understanding American fiction READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying the early American novel to the end of the Civil War period SERIES: READING THE NOVEL

JAN 2014 • 208PP • 978-1-118-77991-0 • PR • $34.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-23287-2

Phonological Development

NEW EDITION

The First Two Years 2nd Edition

MARILYN MAY VIHMAN University of York, UK

✤ A significant and substantial new edition of Vihman's classic text on how babies develop phonological perception

Phonological Development

✤ Provides a much-needed update of the field – one in which this book remains unique and in which there have also been many developments ✤ The only book that includes balanced treatment of research in perception and production and attempts a synthesis of these fields, which have generally developed in isolation from one another ✤ Includes a new chapter on communicative and attentional development, and expands chapters on perception, vocal production, and the transition into language use, amongst others READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and researchers of language development, phonology, and psycholinguistics within linguistics, speech science, and psychology; practitioners in child development

JAN 2014 • 432PP • 978-1-118-34280-0 • PR • $54.95 / 978-1-118-34279-4 • CL • $99.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-6311-6354-1

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LINGUISTICS

Introducing Second Language Acquisition Perspectives and Practices

KIRSTEN M. HUMMEL Laval University, Canada

✤ Provides a clear, concise introduction to the main concepts, issues, and debates in second language acquisition studies, aimed specifically at students new to the topic ✤ Engages readers by following six language learners throughout the text whose stories serve to introduce various concepts, coupled with cartoons illustrating key ideas ✤ Covers core topics including acquisition contexts, theoretical perspectives, language teaching methods, second language development, and individual differences ✤ Packed with useful teaching and learning tools, including practical examples, key terms, a glossary, self-assessment and classroom questions, exercise and project ideas, and online viewing sections READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of second language acquisition, and language learning and teaching within departments of linguistics, applied linguistics, speech pathology, education, educational psychology, and TESL programs SERIES: LINGUISTICS IN THE WORLD

MAR 2014 • 288PP • 978-0-470-65804-8 • PR • $34.95 / 978-0-470-65803-1 • CL • $94.95

The Handbook of Language Socialization

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY ALESSANDRO DURANTI, ELINOR OCHS & BAMBI B. SCHIEFFELIN University of California, Los Angeles, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA; New York University, USA

✤ Now available in paperback, this comprehensive survey of the field of language socialization documents how children and other novices become members of communities in the course of acquiring language ✤ Spans the fields of anthropology, education, applied linguistics, and human development, and explores data from a multitude of cultures around the world ✤ Includes the latest developments in second language and media socialization ✤ Discusses socialization across the entire life span and across institutional settings READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduates, and faculty within linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, and language development SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

JAN 2014 • 680PP • 978-1-118-77299-7 • PR • $59.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19186-9

The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY JUAN MANUEL HERNÁNDEZ-CAMPOY & JUAN CAMILO CONDE-SILVESTRE Both of University of Murcia, Spain

✤ Reflects the growth and vitality of the field of historical sociolinguistics, bringing together 35 newlycommissioned chapters from internationally-acclaimed experts ✤ Examines how sociolinguistic theoretical models, methods, and expertise can be used to reconstruct a language’s past in order to explain linguistic changes and developments ✤ Thematic sections cover origins and theoretical assumptions; methods; linguistic variables; historical dialectology and language contact; and our attitudes to language READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, language contact, and language change SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

JAN 2014 • 704PP • 978-1-118-79802-7 • PR • $55.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-9068-8

The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY JOSÉ IGNACIO HUALDE, ANTXON OLARREA & ERIN O’ROURKE University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; University of Alabama, USA; University of Arizona, USA

✤ Features 41 newly-written essays contributed by leading language scholars that shed new light on the increasing growth and importance of the Spanish language ✤ Combines current applied and theoretical research results in the field of Spanish linguistics ✤ Explores all facets relating to the origins, evolution, and geographical variations of the Spanish language ✤ Examines topics including second language learning, Spanish in the classroom, immigration, heritage languages, and bilingualism READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers in Spanish linguistics; applied, theoretical, and educational linguists SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

JAN 2014 • 934PP • 978-1-118-79803-4 • PR • $55.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-9882-0

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NEW IN PAPERBACK

2nd Edition

EDITED BY JOHN A. GOLDSMITH, JASON RIGGLE & ALAN C. L. YU All of University of Chicago, USA

✤ Now available in paperback, this innovative and cutting-edge volume reviews developments in phonology, and the implications of these within linguistic theory and related disciplines ✤ Revised from the ground up for the second edition, the book is comprised almost entirely of newlywritten and previously unpublished chapters ✤ Addresses important questions in the field, including learnability, phonological interfaces, tone, and variation, and assesses the findings and accomplishments in these domains READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars in phonology and related fields within theoretical linguistics, speech sciences, and clinical linguistics SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

JAN 2014 • 968PP • 978-1-118-79801-0 • PR • $55.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15768-1

Contemporary Cinema of Africa and the Diaspora ANJALI PRABHU Wellesley College, USA

✤ Moves beyond Western-oriented analytical paradigms, focusing instead on art house cinema and discussing in detail commercial African cinema ✤ Enlarges our understanding of African film to include thematic and aesthetic influence ✤ Highlights aesthetic and political aspects, including racial identity, women’s issues, and diaspora ✤ Heavily illustrated with over 100 film stills, several of which are in color, that are integral to the cinematic analysis READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of cinema, postcolonial studies, cultural studies, and the humanities; scholars of African studies, including African literature, film, anthropology, history, culture, and women’s studies

FEB 2014 • 272PP • 978-1-405-19303-0 • PR • $44.95 / 978-1-405-19304-7 • CL • $94.95

A Companion to Alfred Hitchcock

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY THOMAS LEITCH & LELAND POAGUE

Contemporary Cinema of Africa and the Diaspora

CULTURAL STUDIES / LINGUISTICS

The Handbook of Phonological Theory

University of Delaware, USA; Iowa State University, USA

✤ The most comprehensive volume ever on the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock ✤ Contains thirty chapters by leading Hitchcock scholars that place his works in broad cultural and intellectual contexts ✤ Covers his long career, from his earliest contributions to other directors’ silent films to his uncompleted last film ✤ Details the enduring legacy he left to filmmakers and audiences alike READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates taking courses in Hitchcock and film studies, as well as Hitchcock fans and film enthusiasts SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

JAN 2014 • 500PP • 978-1-118-79700-6 • PR • $50.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-8538-7

French Animation History

NEW IN PAPERBACK

RICHARD NEUPERT University of Georgia, USA

✤ The first book dedicated exclusively to the history of this subject ✤ Explores how French animators have forged their own visual styles, narrative modes, and technological innovations devoid of the clichés and conventions of Hollywood’s commercial cartoons ✤ Includes more than 80 color and black and white images from the most influential films, from early silent animation to the recent, internationally-renowned Persepolis ✤ Essential reading for anyone interested in the study of French film READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduate students, and scholars of French film and animation

JAN 2014 • 216PP • 978-1-118-79876-8 • PR • $38.65 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-444-33836-2

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The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies

NEW 7TH VOLUME

Volume VII: Research Methods in Media Studies

EDITED BY FABIENNE DARLING-WOOLF Temple University, USA

✤ Details the innovative and dynamic nature of current research methods in media studies with contributions from a diverse, international group of scholars ✤ Examines both theory and practice with an emphasis on the recent expansion and diversification of media studies ✤ Covers quantitative and qualitative methods, paying particular attention to the ways in which they overlap and inform one another ✤ Available as a stand-alone reference or as the 7th volume of The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and postgraduate students studying research methods in departments of communication and media studies

JAN 2014 • 632PP • 978-1-118-73357-8 • CL • $190.00

The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies

NOW UPDATED WITH A BRAND NEW 7TH VOLUME

7 Volume Set

EDITED BY ANGHARAD N. VALDIVIA University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤ The most definitive resource available in this complex, heterogeneous, multimethodological and multi-theoretical interdisciplinary field ✤ Includes more than 200 essays written by over 230 leading and emerging scholars from across the globe ✤ Arranged across 7 thematic volumes edited by an international team of expert scholars ✤ Accessible volume introductions provide overviews of key themes ✤ Explores media as it is being practiced, produced, and analyzed in Asia, Africa, the Americas, Australia, and Europe ✤ Probes the many dimensions of the subject: history, production, content, audiences, methodologies, effects, and futures ✤ Newly updated with a 7th volume, Research Methods in Media Studies that is available as a stand-alone reference or as part of the complete set READERSHIP: Libraries, scholars, and students of media studies

JAN 2014 • 4968PP • 978-1-118-73356-1 • CL • $1270.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19356-6

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NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY ROBIN MANSELL & MARC RABOY London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; McGill University, Canada

✤ The most up-to-date and comprehensive collection of essays from top scholars in the field ✤ Offers new conceptual frameworks and methodologies for mapping the contours of emergent global media and communication policy ✤ Draws on theory and empirical research to offer multiple perspectives on the local, national, regional, and global forums in which policy debate occurs READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars in media studies and communication studies SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK SERIES (IAMCR)

MAR 2014 • 600PP • 978-1-118-79945-1 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-9871-4

The Handbook of Political Economy of Communications

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY JANET WASKO, GRAHAM MURDOCK & HELENA SOUSA University of Oregon, USA; University of Loughborough, UK; University of Minho, Portugal

✤ A comprehensive, authoritative, up-to-date, and accessible overview of key areas and debates in this rapidly growing sub-field of communication ✤ Combines authoritative overviews of core ideas with new case study materials and the best of contemporary theorization and research ✤ Boasts an international line-up of contributors, including leading scholars in North and Latin America, Europe, Australasia, and the Far East READERSHIP: Undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars in communication studies SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK SERIES (IAMCR)

MAR 2014 • 632PP • 978-1-118-79944-4 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-8880-7

Mexican Screen Fiction

POLITY

Between Cinema and Television

PAUL JULIAN SMITH GRADUATE CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, USA

✤ This is the first book to examine the flourishing of Mexican film and television over the last decade

MEDIA M EDIA / COMMUNIC COMMUNICATION ION STUDIES

The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy

✤ It intercuts scholarly analysis with reviews of some of the most well-known and successful Mexican films, including Pan's Labyrinth, Battle in Heaven, Amores perros and Y tu mamá también ✤ Paul Julian Smith is one of the world's most renowned scholars in the field of Spanish and Latin American studies ✤ This book will be an invaluable resource for students and scholars, and essential reading for anyone interested in one of the most vibrant audiovisual industries in the world today READERSHIP: Students and scholars interested in Central American culture, and general readers interested with the history of TV and cinema in the last decade

NOV 2013 • 312PP • 978-0-745-68079-8 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-68078-1 • CL • $69.95

Webcam

POLITY

DANIEL MILLER & JOLYNNA SINANAN Both of University College London, UK

✤ The first book to explore the social meaning of the 'always on' webcam and the role it has come to play in our lives ✤ Using case studies from the UK and Trinidad and Tobago, the authors examine how webcams have become an integral part of people's everyday life ✤ Written by one of the world's leading anthropologists, well known for his work on material culture, and an emerging expert in online communication READERSHIP: Students and scholars in anthropology, sociology, media and cultural studies, and interested general readers

JAN 2014 • 224PP • 978-0-745-67147-5 • PR • $22.95 / 978-0-745-67146-8 • CL • $64.95

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MEDIA / SOCIOLOGY

Setting the Agenda

POLITY

Mass Media and Public Opinion 2nd Edition

MAX MCCOMBS University of Texas, Austin, USA

✤ New edition of the acclaimed Setting the Agenda ✤ The latest work of Professor Max McCombs, one of the founding fathers of the ’Agenda Setting' tradition of research ✤ Freshly updated with an epilogue by Donald Shaw and David Weaver ✤ New to this edition, McCombs debates the role of the expanded media landscape on agenda setting, the impact of the internet on the power of legacy media and the role of agenda setting beyond the realm of public affairs READERSHIP: Students of media, communications and politics

JAN 2014 • 240PP • 978-0-745-66110-0 • PR • $22.95 / 978-0-745-66109-4 • CL • $69.95

Exits to the Posthuman Future

POLITY

ARTHUR KROKER Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, University of Victoria, Australia

✤ The latest work of Arthur Kroker, internationally renowned theorist, Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture and Theory, and the Director of the Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture (PACTAC) at the University of Victoria ✤ An incisive and provocative presentation of the emerging pattern of a posthuman future: life at the tip of technologies of acceleration, drift and crash ✤ Kroker links key concepts such as "Guardian Liberalism" and Obama's vision of the "Just War" with a striking account of "culture drift" as the essence of real world technoculture ✤ Kroker accessibly and engagingly connects the theoretical work of Heidegger, McLuhan, Virilio and others, to the posthuman challenges and opportunities presented by recent innovations in information and communication technology READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of media studies, cultural studies, cultural theory and digital media

JAN 2014 • 240PP • 978-0-745-67163-5 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-67162-8 • CL • $69.95

Are We All Scientific Experts Now?

POLITY

HARRY COLLINS Cardiff University, UK

✤ This book is an arresting and accessible dissection of the current arguments and controversies around scientific expertise focusing on topics that appear regularly in the media ✤ Harry Collins is a well known author who draws on his extensive knowledge of the history of science and scientific discovery in tackling this question ✤ Collins takes a controversial stand in defending scientists as a special group of people whose endeavour should be respected, despite recent scandals such around climate change, the MMR vaccine and CJD ✤ The first book in the 'New Human Frontiers' series, a selection of radical and provocative responses by distinguished authors to pressing questions of science and society READERSHIP: General readers with an interest in science and recent scientific controversies, and students of natural and social sciences SERIES: POLITY NEW HUMAN FRONTIERS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 140PP • 978-0-745-68204-4 • PR • $TBA / 978-0-745-68203-7 • CL • $45.00

Sociology for A2 AQA

POLITY

2nd Edition

KEN BROWNE, JONATHAN BLUNDELL, PAMELA LAW & MARGARET WHALLEY ✤ Combines sociological rigour and accessibility in a way unrivalled by any other book at this level ✤ All chapters revised to include new studies, reports and statistics; many fresh activities and examstyle questions ✤ Restructured to follow the AQA specification more closely, covering all the required topics, with enough depth and extra material for top achievers ✤ Packed with student-friendly features such as: key sociological terms systematically highlighted throughout the book; glossary; thought-provoking questions and activities; authentic exam questions included on every topic READERSHIP: Students taking A2 level sociology with the AQA

MAR 2014 • 600PP • 978-0-745-66412-5 • PR • $36.95

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5 VOLUME SET The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: WILLIAM C. COCKERHAM CO-EDITORS: ROBERT DINGWALL & STELLA R. QUAH University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore

✤ The first comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and international reference work on all aspects of the social scientific study of health and illness ✤ A major new reference work for faculty, students, and health professionals, publishing simultaneously online and as a five-volume print set ✤ Spans concepts, theories, and substantive topics relating to the study of health in our globalized, 21st-century world – from aging and stress to ICT and health care, and from disabilities to socio-economic status ✤ Brings together an experienced author team from across Europe, Asia, and America, who represent a variety of health-related disciplines ✤ Provides definitive coverage of each topic, combining different areas of the social scientific study of health in a way that reflects and promotes interdisciplinary health research ✤ Accessibly structured A to Z entries also include brief bibliographies and cross-references to enhance clarity ✤ Visit www.healthandsocietyencyclopedia.com for further details READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students, faculty, and researchers in medical sociology, medical anthropology, public health, behavioural medicine, health psychology, and health services research SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIAS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES

JAN 2014 • 2560PP • 978-1-444-33076-2 • CL • $795.00 Online via Wiley Online Library: 978-1-118-41086-8

Essential Concepts in Sociology

POLITY

ANTHONY GIDDENS & PHIL SUTTON ✤ Carefully constructed introduction to the core ideas that shape our understanding of the social world ✤ Going beyond dictionary-style definitions, the book provides a coherent picture of sociology covering a core selection of concepts in more detail ✤ Sets each concept in context, explores its main meanings in use, key criticisms, and ongoing development in contemporary research and theorizing READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates or those taking introductory courses in sociology

MAR 2014 • 200PP • 978-0-745-64986-3 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-64985-6 • CL • $TBA

What is a Social Movement?

POLITY

HANK JOHNSTON San Diego State University, USA

✤ Innovative and authoritative introduction to a key field of study in sociology and political science ✤ Lays the essential groundwork for understanding what is at play in the study of social movements and their role in social and political life ✤ Engages with a broad range of social movements and approaches to studying them READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of political sociology and social movement studies SERIES: POLITY WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY? SERIES

FEB 2014 • 200PP • 978-0-745-66085-1 • PR • $22.95 / 978-0-745-66084-4 • CL • $64.95

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Labor Movements

POLITY

Global Perspectives

STEPHANIE LUCE The Murphy Institute, City University Of New York, USA

✤ Provides a clear overview of the history of labor movements, the contemporary challenges they face, and the crucial role they still can play ✤ Includes a much-needed global perspective, recognizing the increased global connections in today's labor markets ✤ Luce's expertise on living wage campaigns puts her in the trenches from which to comprehend the challenges and the prospects to social change READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying political and economic sociology, the sociology of work, and social movements SERIES: POLITY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 232PP • 978-0-745-67060-7 • PR • $22.95 / 978-0-745-67059-1 • CL • $22.95

American Democracy

POLITY

From Tocqueville to Town Halls to Twitter

ANDREW PERRIN University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA

✤ An innovative study of American democracy richly imbued with cultural and sociological insight ✤ Reveals democracy to be much more than just institutions and machinery - rather it is a social and cultural way of living and interacting ✤ Explores the importance of media, public opinion polling, new technologies, and cultural practices in shaping democracy and citizenship READERSHIP: Mid- to advanced-undergraduate students of political sociology, as well as political science, public policy, and communications studies SERIES: POLITY POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY SERIES

FEB 2014 • 248PP • 978-0-745-66233-6 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66232-9 • CL • $64.95

The Politics of the Body

POLITY

Gender in a neoliberal and neoconservative age

ALISON PHIPPS University of Sussex, UK

✤ Challenging and passionate exploration of the complex debates around women’s bodies, offering a political sociology of women’s bodies ✤ Questions the direction of public attitudes and neoconservative politics that are coming to constitute our ‘common sense’ about bodies ✤ Includes examinations of topic issues such as sexual violence, gender and Islam, sex work and motherhood READERSHIP: 2nd and 3rd-year students and above on courses in the sociology of the body, social and political theory, feminist theory and gender studies

FEB 2014 • 200PP • 978-0-745-64888-0 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-64887-3 • CL • $80.00

Life Transitions in America

POLITY

FRANCESCO DUINA University of British Columbia, Canada

✤ A unique and innovative exploration of how American culture makes sense of key life transitions ✤ Analyses cultural sources - from public information to greetings cards - to create a framework of how social and cultural expectations present key milestones ✤ Looks at transitions such as going to college, getting married, having children, losing a parent, divorce, and retiring ✤ Provides a novel insight into a key aspect of social life for students of sociology, American culture, and the life course READERSHIP: Students of sociology, American culture and society, cultural sociology, social gerontology, and the life course

JAN 2014 • 256PP • 978-0-745-67062-1 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-67061-4 • CL • $69.95

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Asian America

POLITY

Sociological and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

PAWAN DHINGRA & ROBYN MAGALIT RODRIGUEZ Tufts University, USA; University Of California, Davis, USA

✤ Timely new text which critically engages with the fastest growing minority group in the US, using this to reflect on the immigrant experience in the US more broadly ✤ Examines key sociological topics such as race, gender, sexuality, work, education, family, culture, identity, media, pan-ethnicity, social movements, and politics ✤ Moves beyond the boundaries of the United States to cultivate a comparative and global understanding of the increasingly transnational Asian identity READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking introductory courses on the sociology of Asian America; introduction to Asian American studies; courses on immigration and race/ethnicity; and related subjects

FEB 2014 • 224PP • 978-0-745-64704-3 • PR • $26.95 / 978-0-745-64703-6 • CL • $74.95

Sociologies in Moderation EDITED BY ALEXANDER SMITH & JOHN HOLMWOOD University of Warwick, UK; University of Nottingham, UK

✤ Reappraises an old idea – ‘moderation’ – in order to salvage and recast it for the challenges of 21st-century politics, religion, and society ✤ Brings together leading sociologists and social theorists as well as emerging scholars conducting original empirical research in the U.K., the U.S., and beyond

Sociologies in Moderation

✤ Makes a timely contribution to contemporary debates regarding the future of democracy, expertise, and the role of the media READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars within sociology and related disciplines, including social anthropology, political sociology, religion and society, and philosophy SERIES: SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW MONOGRAPHS

JAN 2014 • 200PP • 978-1-118-82502-0 • PR • $64.95

Evidence and Evaluation in Social Policy EDITED BY IAN GREENER & BENT GREVE University of Durham, UK; University of Roskilde, Denmark

✤ Chronicles the trend towards evidence-based policy over the last decade, and assesses the ways in which scarce resources can best be used for the best care, particularly in times of austerity ✤ Describes methodological innovation, the ways in which researchers and politicians are working together effectively, and suggestions for future improvement ✤ Covers topics such as the role of randomized controlled trials in shaping public policy; the pitfalls of evidence-based policy as a prescriptive ideal; the challenges of measuring public support; and the benefits of engaging local government decision-makers with research READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, scholars within social policy; politicians and policy makers SERIES: BROADENING PERSPECTIVES IN SOCIAL POLICY

JAN 2014 • 136PP • 978-1-118-81654-7 • PR • $64.95

On the State

POLITY

PIERRE BOURDIEU ✤ Pierre Bourdieu is one of the most influential sociologists and anthropologists of the late twentieth century ✤ In this book he develops a unified theory of the state – a key theme which runs through the whole of his work ✤ Bourdieu develops a distinctive account of the state that shows how it concentrates different kinds of resources or ‘capital’, including the symbolic capital that enables it to construct and impose common principles of vision and division, i.e. certain ways of seeing the world READERSHIP: Students of the social sciences, as well as anyone who wishes to gain a greater understanding of Bourdieu’s excellent contribution to the field of social theory

FEB 2014 • 452PP • 978-0-745-66329-6 • CL • $64.95

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Can War be Eliminated?

POLITY

CHRISTOPHER COKER London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤ The first book in Polity's exciting new ‘Global Futures' series, which focuses on the key questions set to determine the kind of world we're shaping for generations to come ✤ This short, punchy book makes a bold and compelling case for the continuation of war through the 21st century and beyond ✤ Its lucid and provocative arguments exposé the weaknesses of naive 'end of war' theories for the general reader ✤ Written by one the world's leading philosophers of war, whose command of the subject is unrivalled READERSHIP: General readers interested in current affairs and military history as well as students of international politics, philosophy, security and strategic studies SERIES: GLOBAL FUTURES

FEB 2014 • 134PP • 978-0-745-67923-5 • PR • $12.95 / 978-0-745-67922-8 • CL • $45.00

Will the Middle East Implode?

POLITY

MOHAMMED AYOOB Michigan State University, USA

✤ Another pithy, cutting-edge title in Polity's new 'Global Futures' series ✤ Explores the many complex and interconnected factors which risk taking the Middle East to boiling point ✤ Written by a highly respected scholar and specialist on conflict and security in the Middle East ✤ Offers a punchy, up to the minute analysis of the challenges facing the Middle East today for nonspecialist readers READERSHIP: General readers interested in international affairs as well as students of politics, international relations, security, Middle Eastern and Islamic studies SERIES: GLOBAL FUTURES

FEB 2014 • 120PP • 978-0-745-67925-9 • PR • $12.95 / 978-0-745-67924-2 • CL • $45.00

Will China Dominate the 21st Century?

POLITY

JONATHAN FENBY Freelance Journalist, Former Editor Of The Observer

✤ The latest book in Polity's exciting new 'Global Futures' series, written by a well-known analyst of Chinese history and politics ✤ Challenges current orthodoxies by showing how those who claim that China will rule the world have fundamentally misinterpreted the geopolitical landscape ✤ A candid analysis of the political and economic obstacles in China's path and the structural changes required to surmount them ✤ Offers provocative solutions to China's current systemic problems that, if followed, would benefit not just China but the whole world READERSHIP: General readers interested in current affairs as well as students of politics, international relations, economics, Chinese and East Asian studies SERIES: GLOBAL FUTURES

FEB 2014 • 120PP • 978-0-745-67927-3 • PR • $12.95 / 978-0-745-67926-6 • CL • $45.00

Government and Politics in Britain

POLITY

An Introduction 4th Edition

JOHN KINGDOM & RICHARD FAIRCLOUGH Sheffield Hallam University, UK; Sedbergh School, UK

✤ The fourth edition of Kingdom and Fairclough’s best selling Government & Politics in Britain is easily the most entertaining and thought-provoking textbook on contemporary UK politics ✤ Its coverage is impressive and unrivalled; not only does it provide the social and geopolitical context for a rich understanding of developments in British politics, it also covers many aspects of politics missing from competing texts, such as policing, the judiciary, globalization, and Britain’s relationship to the EU ✤ Unlike other introductory textbooks, Kingdom and Fairclough takes students beyond the basics, encouraging him/her to think independently and critically about government and politics in Britain today READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying British politics

JAN 2014 • 850PP • 978-0-745-63889-8 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-62594-2

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Ecovillages

POLITY

Lessons for Sustainable Community

KAREN T. LITFIN University of Washington, USA

✤ This refreshing and insightful book offers a detailed account of the author's journey through 14 of the most unusual and forward-thinking communities, from Denmark to Japan, the USA to India and Sri Lanka ✤ A unique account of this global movement that also set out vital prognoses for changing our own landscapes to make them more sustainable ✤ In it, we get to appreciate the distinctiveness of ecovillages, and what each has to offer. The author is also clear-eyed in showing us that things do not always work out as planned and that humans living closely with one another inevitably generate frictions READERSHIP: Students of politics. environmental studies, ecology and related disciplines, as well as general readers keen to learn about more sustainable ways of living in today's fast-moving world

NOV 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-67950-1 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-67949-5 • CL • $69.95

Diamonds

POLITY

IAN SMILLIE Diamond Development Initiative

✤ Another cutting-edge study of a key global resource in Polity’s successful ‘Resources’ series ✤ A comprehensive and objective analysis of the global diamond industry and the challenges and changes it faces today ✤ Written by a leading international expert on diamonds, who brings to the topic insider knowledge of the industry and its regulation READERSHIP: Students of politics, geography, international development, environmental studies, and general readers interested in current affairs SERIES: PRS - POLITY RESOURCES SERIES

FEB 2014 • 208PP • 978-0-745-67231-1 • PR • $19.95 / 978-0-745-67230-4 • CL • $49.95

Guide to the English School in International Studies EDITED BY CORNELIA NAVARI & DANIEL GREEN University of Birmingham, UK; University of Delaware, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive examination of the English School approach to the study of international relations, and its methods of analyzing themes, trends, and dilemmas ✤ Explains the major objectives of the British Committee on International Relations, including the idea of international society and the institutions connected to it

Guide to the English School in International Studies

✤ Focuses on the historical and geographical expansion of international society, and particularly on the effects of colonization and imperialism ✤ Brings together the latest scholarship from an experienced and global contributor READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, researchers, and academics studying in international relations and related areas within politics, sociology, and European studies SERIES: GUIDES TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

JAN 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-118-62477-7 • CL • $104.95

Parliament, Politics and Policy in Britain and Ireland, c.1680-1832 Essays in Honour of D.W. Hayton

EDITED BY CLYVE JONES & JAMES KELLY Institute of Historical Research, UK; Dublin City University, Ireland

✤ Discusses important topics and figures of the period, including Robert Peel; Frederick, Prince of Wales; Irish regulation of trade; the Excise Crisis; the impact of the West Indies on the mid-Georgian elections; and the Glorious Revolution of 1688

Parliament, Politics and Policy in Britain and Ireland, c.1680-1832

✤ Utilizes the Irish Legislation Database to re-examine the history of the pre-Union Irish parliament ✤ Combines the work of prominent figures in the field with the voices of younger historians, in casting new light on familiar themes and introducing previously unexplored issues READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of British and Irish parliamentary history, British and Irish politics, or seventeenth- and eighteenth-century British and Irish history SERIES: PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY BOOK SERIES

FEB 2014 • 200PP • 978-1-118-81354-6 • PR • $104.95

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The Global Development Crisis

POLITY

BEN SELWYN University of Sussex, UK

✤ This book challenges the assumption that a ‘free' global market will afford the same opportunities to both rich and poor states ✤ Drawing on a number of nineteenth- and twentieth-century thinkers, Selwyn argues instead that class relations are the central cause of poverty and inequality, within and between countries. In contrast to much development thinking, which portrays 'the poor' as reliant upon benign assistance, this book advocates the concept of labour-centred development ✤ The book is a scholarly work, but written in an accessible way which will appeal to students and anyone looking for a new way in which to conceive of development READERSHIP: Students of a wide range of courses intersecting with international development (including the sociology, political economy, political theory, politics and international relations of development)

JAN 2014 • 248PP • 978-0-745-66015-8 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66014-1 • CL • $69.95

Brazil

POLITY

Reversal of Fortune

ALFRED P. MONTERO Carleton College, USA

✤ A compelling and comprehensive analysis of the main political, economic and social changes taking place in Brazil today ✤ Whilst maintaining a primary focus on progress along multiple dimensions, the book does not neglect remaining problems such as inequality, elitism, patronage, and clientelism ✤ An ideal introductory book for undergraduate or graduate students getting to know contemporary Brazil READERSHIP: Students of Brazil and Latin American studies, as well as comparative politics more broadly

JAN 2014 • 256PP • 978-0-745-66165-0 • PR • $26.95 / 978-0-745-66164-3 • CL • $69.95

Protest, Inc.

POLITY

The Corporatization of Activism

PETER DAUVERGNE & GENEVIEVE LEBARON University of British Columbia, Canada; University of Sheffield, UK

✤ A groundbreaking study of modern activism and its hidden paymasters ✤ The book argues that a corporatization of activism is taking place where the agendas, discourse and solutions proposed by activist organizations increasingly conform with global capitalism ✤ Includes up-to-date accounts of the major developments in activism and protest, from Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring ✤ Unsettling and provocative, this book is a wake-up call which warns of the dangers this trend poses for the possibilities of transformative change in world politics READERSHIP: Students of political science, sociology, environmental studies and related disciplines, as well as general readers

FEB 2014 • 204PP • 978-0-745-66949-6 • PR • $22.95 / 978-0-745-66948-9 • CL • $64.95

Resilient Life

POLITY

The Art of Living Dangerously

BRAD EVANS & JULIAN REID University of Bristol, UK; University of Lapland, Finland

✤ A damning expose of the prevailing security mantra that we have no option other than to live dangerously ✤ The authors explore the ways in which liberal power works to naturalise a destructive world-view ✤ In contrast, the book offers a fresh approach to issues of security as it is practised in our postbiopolitical condition READERSHIP: Students and scholars of political theory, continental philosophy and related fields

MAR 2014 • 256PP • 978-0-745-67153-6 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-67152-9 • CL • $69.95

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NEW IN PAPERBACK

POLITY

A Middle Way between West and East

NICOLAS BERGGRUEN & NATHAN GARDELS President and Chairman of NBI; Editor, New Perspectives Quarterly

✤ A thought-provoking analysis of liberal democracy and argument for a new system of ‘intelligent governance’ ✤ The authors provide a comparative study of the ‘consumer democracies’ of the West and the meteoric rise of China and examine the effects of these systems of governance ✤ The authors argue that a new system of 'intelligent governance' is required to meet the new challenges being faced by both East and West READERSHIP: General readership, public policy and foreign policy communities

MAR 2014 • 208PP • 978-0-745-65974-9 • PR • $69.95

The Anthropology of Climate Change An Historical Reader

EDITED BY MICHAEL R. DOVE Yale University, USA

✤ Brings together for the first time the most important classical works and contemporary scholarship ✤ A complete historical anthropological evaluation of the relationship between culture and climate change

The Anthropology of Climate Change

✤ Includes coverage of topics such as environmental determinism, climatic events as social catalysts, climatic disasters and societal collapse, and ethno-meteorology READERSHIP: Scholars, undergraduate, and graduate students studying climate change or environmental anthropology and archaeology, disaster studies, and environmental sciences, as well as those in the fields of geography, sociology, development studies, science and technology studies, history of science, and international relations; practitioners and policy-makers working on the topic of climate change and society in government, multi-lateral banks, and NGOs SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL ANTHOLOGIES IN SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

JAN 2014 • 336PP • 978-1-118-38300-1 • PR • $54.95 / 978-1-118-38355-1 • CL • $109.95

A Companion to Urban Anthropology EDITED BY DONALD M. NONINI University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

✤ Features newly commissioned essays from more than 25 leading international scholars in urban and global studies ✤ Includes essays in classic areas of concern to urban anthropologists, such as built structures and urban planning, community, security, markets, and race

A Companion to Urban Anthropology

✤ Covers emergent areas in the field including 21st-century cities, borders, citizenship, sustainability, and urban sexualities READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and graduate students for courses in urban anthropology, urban geography, urban sociology, and urban studies SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ANTHROPOLOGY

GEOGRAPHY / ANTHROPOLOGY / POLITICS

Intelligent Governance for the 21st Century

MAR 2014 • 576PP • 978-1-444-33010-6 • CL • $195.00

Environment and Society

NEW EDITION

A Critical Introduction 2nd Edition

PAUL ROBBINS, JOHN HINTZ & SARAH A. MOORE Ohio State University, USA; Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA; University of Arizona, USA

✤ Substantially updated second edition of this popular and innovative introductory textbook ✤ Includes new chapters on e-waste, mosquitoes, and uranium; improved maps and graphics; new exercises; shorter theory chapters; and refocused sections on environmental solutions

Environment and Society

✤ Discusses topics such as population and scarcity, commodities, environmental ethics, risks and hazards, and political economy, and applies these to objects like bottled water, tuna, and trees ✤ Supported by in-book and online resources, including exercises and boxed discussions, an online test bank, suggested teaching models, chapter-level PowerPoint slides, and supplementary images READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying the environment and society within geography, environmental studies, sociology, and anthropology SERIES: CRITICAL INTRODUCTIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

JAN 2014 • 352PP • 978-1-118-45156-4 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-8760-2

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Cities of Tomorrow

NEW EDITION

An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design in the Twentieth Century 4th Edition

PETER HALL University College London, UK

✤ Comprehensively revised, this seminal text remains an unrivalled account of the history of planning in theory and practice, as well as social and economic problems and opportunities that gave rise to it ✤ Offers a perceptive, critical, and global history throug the twentieth-century and beyond ✤ Draws on global examples, from the nineteenth-century slum cities of London, Paris, and Berlin, to monuments in New Delhi and Moscow, towers in Brasilia, and infocities in New York and Tokyo ✤ Written by a world-renowned figure in the field who weaves his own fascinating experiences into the text to illustrate this authoritative story of urban growth READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of planning theory, urban and regional studies, urban sociology, urban geography, and architecture; professional planners and architects

MAR 2014 • 608PP • 978-1-118-45647-7 • PR • $40.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-6312-3252-0

Cities in Relations Trajectories of Urban Development in Hanoi and Ouagadougou

OLA SÖDERSTRÖM University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

✤ Examines the last 20 years of urban development in Hanoi, Vietnam, and Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso ✤ Considers the ways in which a city’s relationships with other places influence its urban development ✤ Provides fresh ideas for comparative urban studies that move beyond discussions of economic and policy factors ✤ A clear and concise narrative accompanied by more than 45 photos and maps READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of urban and social change within geography, anthropology, sociology, political science, development studies and related fields SERIES: STUDIES IN URBAN AND SOCIAL CHANGE

FEB 2014 • 272PP • 978-1-118-63280-2 • PR • $32.50 / 978-1-118-63281-9 • CL • $90.00

Geopolitics and Expertise Knowledge and Authority in European Diplomacy

MERJE KUUS University of British Columbia, Canada

✤ Offers an in-depth exploration of how expert knowledge is created and exercised in the external relations machinery of the European Union ✤ Provides a rare full-length work on transnational diplomatic practice ✤ Based on a rigorous and empirical study, involving over 100 interviews with policy professionals over seven years ✤ Moves beyond traditional political science to blend human geography, international relations, anthropology, and sociology READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of political geography, international relations, and European studies within geography, politics, anthropology, and sociology; practitioners and government workers SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

FEB 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-118-29170-2 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-118-29175-7 • CL • $89.95

In Nature of the Landscape Cultural Geography on the Norfolk Broads

DAVID MATLESS University of Nottingham, UK

✤ Offers the first cultural geographic study of this region, drawing upon almost two decades of original research, archives, interviews, and field study ✤ Explores regional cultural landscape through narratives of their origin; debates over human conduct; animal and plant landscapes; and visions of the destruction of landscape through pollution and flood ✤ Covers diverse topics, including popular culture, scientific research, folk song, holiday diaries, planning surveys, pioneering photography, ornithology, and children’s literature ✤ Features illustrative material, including original photographs, paintings, photography, advertising imagery, scientific diagrams, maps, and souvenirs READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and scholars of cultural geography, historical geography, and landscape studies SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

MAR 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-405-19082-4 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-405-19081-7 • CL • $89.95

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HISTORY

The Bones of a King Richard III Rediscovered

EDITED BY GORDON CAMPBELL University of Leicester, UK

✤ A behind-the-scenes look at one of the most exciting historical discoveries of our time ✤ The only book written for non-specialists by the team who discovered Richard III ✤ Features exclusive photographs of the dig as well as the king’s remains ✤ Includes contributions from the interdisciplinary team that discovered and identified the remains, including specialists in archaeology and genetics ✤ Explains the scientific evidence behind his identification, including DNA retrieval and sequencing, soil samples, dental pathology, his wounds and his scoliosis, and what they reveal about his life, his health, and even the food he ate ✤ Builds an expansive view of Richard’s physical and psychological environment during his life, as well as accounts of the treatment of his body prior to burial, and his legacy in the public imagination from the time of his death to the present READERSHIP: General readers interested in English kings, late medieval history, Richard III (including members of the various Richard III groups) and archaeological discoveries; students and academics of medieval history and archaeology

MAR 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-118-78314-6 • CL • $26.95

A Global History of Sexuality The Modern Era

EDITED BY ROBERT M. BUFFINGTON, EITHNE LUIBHÉID & DONNA J. GUY University of Colorado Boulder, USA; University of Arizona, USA; Ohio State University, USA

✤ Provides a provocative, wide-ranging introduction to the history of sexuality from the late eighteenth century to the present day ✤ Organized around four major themes: the formation of sexual identity, the regulation of sexuality by societal norms, the regulation of sexuality by institutions, and the intersection of sexuality with globalization ✤ Examines the topic from a comparative, global perspective, with well-chosen case studies to illuminate the broader themes ✤ Includes interdisciplinary contributions from prominent historians, sociologists, anthropologists, and sexuality studies scholars READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of history or gender studies; general readers interested in the history of sexuality

JAN 2014 • 280PP • 978-1-405-12049-4 • PR • $34.95 / 978-1-405-12048-7 • CL • $99.95

Religio Duplex

POLITY

How the Enlightenment Reinvented Egyptian Religion

JAN ASSMANN University of Konstanz, Germany

✤ Jan Assmann is one of the world's most distinguished Egyptologists and Ancient Historians and is well known for his writings on Egyptian religion and cultural memory ✤ This is a masterful synthesis of a crucial theme in the religious history of the West (from Ancient Egypt to the Enlightenment), with a long conclusion concerning our own time ✤ 'Religio duplex' refers to the duality of religion: on the one hand, that of the religion of nature and reason and, on the other, the religion of revelation READERSHIP: Students and scholars in history, ancient history, theology, religious studies, and philosophy; and general readers interested in the history of religion in the West

FEB 2014 • 248PP • 978-0-745-66843-7 • PR • $24.95 / 978-0-745-66842-0 • CL • $69.95

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Moscow, 1937

NEW IN PAPERBACK

POLITY

KARL SCHLÖGEL European University Viadrina in Frankfurt, Germany

✤ In this new paperback edition of the prize-winning book, Karl Schlögel reconstructs the process through which, month by month, the terrorism of a state-of-emergency regime spiraled into the ‘Great Terror’ ✤ He revisits the sites of show trials and executions and provides a masterful panorama of these key events in Russian history ✤ Based on countless documents, Schlögel’s historical masterpiece enables us to experience the fear that was felt by people subjected to totalitarian rule READERSHIP: Students of history, modern Russian history, and those with a particular interest in Stalin and the Soviet purges

MAR 2014 • 672PP • 978-0-745-65077-7 • PR • $95.00

Poland in the Modern World Beyond Martyrdom

BRIAN PORTER-SZÜCS University of Michigan, USA

✤ Presents a lively, multi-dimensional story, balancing coverage of high politics with discussion of social, cultural and economic changes, and their effects on individuals’ daily lives ✤ Explores both the regional diversity within Poland and the country’s place within Europe and the wider world ✤ Provides a new interpretive framework for understanding key historical events in Poland’s modern history, including the experiences of World War II and the postwar communist era SERIES: A NEW HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE

JAN 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-444-33219-3 • PR • $34.95 / 978-1-444-33218-6 • CL • $95.00

Architects of World History Researching the Global Past

EDITED BY KENNETH R. CURTIS & JERRY H. BENTLEY California State University, USA; Late of University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA

✤ An innovative collection of original essays by leading scholars in world history, exploring the ideas, challenges, and inspirations that are shaping the field ✤ Offers insights into the process of developing a workable world history research topic and the experience of professional life as a world historian ✤ Points to methodological challenges and future directions anticipated for key areas within world history READESRHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate-level students for courses in theory, methodology, historiography, and upper-level world history

FEB 2014 • 360PP • 978-1-118-29484-0 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-118-29485-7 • CL • $29.95

Twentieth-Century Europe A Brief History, 1900 to the Present 3rd Edition

MICHAEL D. RICHARDS & PAUL R. WAIBEL Sweet Briar College, USA; Belhaven University, USA

✤ A concise and accessible survey of the most significant themes and political events that shaped European history in the 20th and 21st centuries ✤ Features a new chapter that reviews major political and economic trends since 1989 and an extensively revised chapter that emphasizes the intellectual and cultural history of Europe since World War II ✤ Now includes a variety of additional supplemental materials, such as chronological timelines, maps, and illustrations READERSHIP: Undergraduate vstudents for courses in 20th-century European or world history, and survey courses in Western civilization or comparative politics

JAN 2014 • 408PP • 978-1-118-65141-4 • PR • $TBA REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-882-95235-2

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A Brief History of the CIA

RICHARD H. IMMERMAN Temple University, USA

✤ A succinct and up-to-date survey of the Central Intelligence Agency’s history from its inception in 1947 to the present

The Hidden Hand

✤ Covers both aspects of the CIA’s mission – the collection and analysis of intelligence and the execution of foreign policy through covert, paramilitary operations ✤ De-mythologizes the CIA’s role in America’s global affairs while addressing its place within American political and popular culture

HISTORY

The Hidden Hand

✤ Written by an esteemed scholar and high-ranking officer in the intelligence community, drawing on the latest research READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and graduate students taking courses in 20th-century US foreign relations, the history of the Cold War, US diplomatic history, US since 1945, international intelligence, and US national security in departments of history and political science; also general readers and scholars interested in US intelligence history

MAR 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-444-35137-8 • PR • $34.95 / 978-1-444-35136-1 • CL • $89.95

The Progressives Activism and Reform in American Society, 1893-1917

KAREN PASTORELLO Cortland Community College (SUNY), USA

✤ Features an up-to-date synthesis of the literature of the field including comprehensive treatment of the role of women in the Progressive Movement ✤ Considers the movement’s enduring impact – and how its vision for a better society became transfixed in the American social consciousness and helped to create the modern welfare state ✤ Integrates themes of class, race, ethnicity, and gender throughout, offering a concise and engaging account of a fascinating era in U.S. history that forever changed the relationship between a democratic government and its citizens READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students of American history, and of the Progressive movement, labor and social welfare, immigration, and gender in early 20th-century American history SERIES: THE AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES

JAN 2014 • 272PP • 978-1-118-65107-0 • PR • $24.95 / 978-1-118-65120-9 • CL • $79.95

A Companion to Global Historical Thought EDITED BY PRASENJIT DUARA, ANDREW SARTORI & VIREN MURTHY National University of Singapore, Singapore; New York University, USA; University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

✤ Provides an overview of the development of historical thinking from the earliest times to the present, across the world, through essays written by a team of leading international scholars ✤ Complements the Companion to Western Historical Thought, placing non-Western perspectives on historiography at the centre of the discussion

A Companion to Global Historical Thought

✤ Explores the different historical traditions that have shaped the discipline, and the challenges posed by modernity and globalization READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of global historical thought and historiography SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO WORLD HISTORY

FEB 2014 • 560PP • 978-0-470-65899-4 • CL • $185.00

A Companion to Mediterranean History EDITED BY PEREGRINE HORDEN & SHARON KINOSHITA Royal Holloway, University of London, UK; University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

✤ Provides a valuable introduction to current debates on Mediterranean history and helps define the field for a new generation ✤ Covers developments in the Mediterranean world from Neolithic times to the modern era ✤ Enables fruitful dialogue among a wide range of disciplines, including history, archaeology, art, literature, and anthropology READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Mediterranean history, European history, Islamic history, ancient history, prehistory, and anthropology; also for Mediterranean scholars SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO WORLD HISTORY

FEB 2014 • 568PP • 978-0-470-65901-4 • CL • $185.00

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A Companion to the U.S. Civil War

2 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY AARON SHEEHAN-DEAN West Virginia University, USA

✤ Represents the most comprehensive coverage available relating to all aspects of the U.S. Civil War ✤ Features contributions from dozens of experts in Civil War scholarship ✤ Covers major campaigns and battles, and military and political figures, as well as non-military aspects of the conflict, such as gender, emancipation, literature, ethnicity, slavery, and memory SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

MAR 2014 • 1072PP • 978-1-444-35131-6 • CL • $350.00

A Companion to John F. Kennedy EDITED BY MARC SELVERSTONE University of Virginia, USA

A Companion to John F. Kennedy

✤ Presents a historiographical look at the life and presidency of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States ✤ Comprises 32 essays analyzing JFK's childhood, campaign years, presidency, security policy, military policy, domestic policy, and assassination ✤ Explores JFK's legacy, and how his assassination created an inescapable context for retrospectives on this presidency SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

MAR 2014 • 656PP • 978-1-444-35036-4 • CL • $180.00

A Companion to Ronald Reagan EDITED BY ANDREW L. JOHNS Brigham Young University, USA

A Companion to Ronald Reagan

✤ Serves as an ideal resource for understanding the historiographical implications of the Reagan presidency, one of the most important of the last 100 years ✤ Provides the most comprehensive coverage of Ronald Reagan, his administration, and his legacy currently available ✤ Assesses Reagan and his impact on the development of the United States, based on new and emerging documentary evidence ✤ Offers an ideal mixture of chapters devoted to foreign and domestic policy, with topics integrated thematically and historiographically SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

MAR 2014 • 640PP • 978-0-470-65504-7 • CL • $199.95

A Companion to the Antebellum Presidents EDITED BY JOEL H. SILBEY Cornell University, USA

A Companion to the Antebellum Presidents

✤ Brings together original contributions from a team of eminent historians and experts on the American presidency ✤ Reveals insights into presidential leadership in the quarter-century leading up to the American Civil War ✤ Offers fresh perspectives on the largely forgotten men who served during one of the most decisive quarter-centuries of United States history READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students of American political history; also for academics and scholars SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

FEB 2014 • 624PP • 978-1-444-33912-3 • CL • $195.00

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EDITED BY EDWARD G. LENGEL University of Virginia, USA

✤ A major contribution to our understanding of American participation in the First World War ✤ Features 29 historiographic essays that reflect the current state of the field ✤ Explores the numerous facets of this battle, including its many controversies

A Companion to the MeuseArgonne Campaign, 1918

READERSHIP: World War I scholars and students SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

HISTORY

A Companion to the Meuse-Argonne Campaign, 1918

MAR 2014 • 448PP • 978-1-444-35094-4 • CL • $174.95

A Companion to Reconstruction Presidents 1865 - 1881

EDITED BY EDWARD O. FRANTZ University of Indianapolis, USA

✤ Represents the first comprehensive look at the presidencies of Johnson, Grant, and Hayes in one volume ✤ Features contributions from top historians and presidential scholars ✤ Approaches the study of these presidents from a historiographical perspective ✤ Key topics include each president’s political career; foreign policy; domestic policy; military history; and social context of their terms in office READERSHIP: Graduate-level students for courses on American history, Reconstruction, and presidential history; also for scholars of political, presidential, or nineteenth-century history SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

FEB 2014 • 624PP • 978-1-444-33928-4 • CL • $195.00

A Companion to Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover EDITED BY KATHERINE A. S. SIBLEY Saint Joseph's University, USA

✤ The first historiographical treatment of a long-neglected period, ranging from early treatments to the most recent scholarship ✤ 29 essays by the leading academics demonstrate how scholars have addressed the political, economic, cultural, ethnic and social history of the time

A Companion to Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover

✤ Includes review essays on the era, including the legacy of progressivism, the history of American foreign relations after World War I, and race relations in the 1920s ✤ An introduction by the editor brings together an overview of the issues, background, and historical problems of the time, and the personalities at play READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars of US history, 20th-century America, American politics, and the American presidency SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

MAR 2014 • 624PP • 978-1-444-35003-6 • CL • $195.00

A Companion to American Sports History EDITED BY STEVEN A. RIESS Northeastern Illinois University Chicago, USA

✤ Presents the first complete analysis of the academic history of US sports ✤ Features contributions from many of the finest scholars working in the field of American sports history ✤ Includes coverage of the chronology of sports from colonial times to the present day, including major sports such as baseball, football, basketball, golf, motor racing, tennis, and track and field ✤ Addresses the relationship of sports to urbanization, technology, gender, race, social class, and genres such as sports biography SERIES: WILEY BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

FEB 2014 • 592PP • 978-0-470-65612-9 • CL • $195.00

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CLASSICS

A History of Greece 1300 to 30 BC

VICTOR PARKER University of Canterbury, New Zealand

✤ Offers an accessible introduction to the foundational political history of Greece from the late Mycenaean Age through to the death of Cleopatra in 30 B.C. ✤ Introduces textual and archaeological evidence used by historians to reconstruct historical events that occurred during Greece's Bronze, Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic periods and covers areas excluded from many Greek history texts, including the Greek West ✤ Includes numerous references to original source materials, including various fragmentary papyri, inscriptions, coins, and the standard literary sources ✤ Features judicious use of illustrations throughout, and considers instructors' teaching needs by structuring the later sections to facilitate teaching a parallel course in Roman History READERSHIP: Undergraduate courses in ancient Greek history SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

JAN 2014 • 496PP • 978-1-405-19033-6 • PR • $44.95 / 978-1-405-19034-3 • CL • $99.95

Antiquity Greeks and Romans in Context

FREDERICK G. NAEREBOUT & HENK SINGER Leiden University, The Netherlands; formerly of Leiden University, The Netherlands

✤ Innovative approach organizes ancient Mediterranean history, particularly Greek and Roman civilizations, into a single chronology spanning pre-history through to the rise of Islam in the seventh century A.D. ✤ Facilitates an understanding of the ancient Mediterranean world as a unity, just as the Mediterranean world is in its turn presented as part of a larger Eurasian whole ✤ Combines the traditional historical story with subjects that are central to modern research into the ancient world including a range of social, cultural, and political topics ✤ Features a diverse collection of images, maps, diagrams, tables, and a chronological chart to aid comprehension ✤ English translation of a well-known Dutch book now in its sixth edition READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking courses in ancient history, particularly of the Mediterranean region including ancient Greece and Rome

JAN 2014 • 432PP • 978-1-444-35139-2 • PR • $49.95 / 978-1-444-35138-5 • CL • $119.95

A Brief History of Ancient Greek STEPHEN COLVIN University College London, UK

✤ Explores the history of this ancient language from its Indo-European beginnings to the present day ✤ Provides a social history of the language which transliterates and translates all Greek as appropriate, and is therefore accessible to readers who know little or no Greek ✤ Written in the framework of modern sociolinguistic theory, relating the development of Ancient Greek to its social and political context and explaining key relationships between the language and literature of the Classical period (500 - 300 BC) ✤ Reflects the latest thinking on subjects such as Koiné Greek and the relationship between literary and vernacular Greek READERSHIP: Students and instructors, without background in historical linguistics, needing an accessible overview of the history of Greek; linguists or professionals not familiar with Greek who need a quick source of data and background SERIES: WILEY BRIEF HISTORIES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

JAN 2014 • 224PP • 978-1-405-14925-9 • CL • $99.95

A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY EGBERT J. BAKKER Yale University, USA

✤ A collection of 36 original essays providing a comprehensive account of the language of Ancient Greek civilization including its survival and transmission ✤ Brings together historical, geographical, sociolinguistic, and literary perspectives ✤ Includes discussions on phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics ✤ Hardback edition rated ‘Highly Recommended’ by Choice in 2011 READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and advanced undergraduate and graduate students of the Greek Language SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

JAN 2014 • 704PP • 978-1-118-78291-0 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15326-3

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Dynasty, Religion and Power in the Later Roman Empire

TIMOTHY BARNES University of Edinburgh, UK

✤ First study of Constantine to make use of Kevin Wilkinson's re-dating of the poet Palladas to the reign of Constantine, disproving the predominant scholarly belief that Constantine remained tolerant in matters of religion to the end of his reign ✤ Clearly sets out the problems associated with depictions of Constantine and answers them with clarity ✤ Includes Barnes' own research into the marriage of Constantine's parents, Constantine's status as a crown prince and his father's legitimate heir, and his dynastic plans

CLASSICS

Constantine

✤ Hardback edition rated ‘Essential’ by Choice in 2012 READERSHIP: Scholars, undergraduates, and graduate students of Constantine and the Roman Empire SERIES: BLACKWELL ANCIENT LIVES

JAN 2014 • 288PP • 978-1-118-78275-0 • PR • $34.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-11727-2

Sex

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Vice and Love from Antiquity to Modernity

ALASTAIR J. L. BLANSHARD University of Sydney, Australia

✤ Offers a wealth of information on sex in the Greek and Roman world ✤ Correlates the study of classical sexuality with modern Western cultures ✤ Identifies key influential themes in the evolution of erotic discourse from antiquity to modernity ✤ Presents a serious and thought-provoking topic with great accessibility ✤ Rated ‘highly recommended’ by Times Higher Education in 2010 READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students studying the history of sexuality and/or gender, reception studies; classical scholars SERIES: CLASSICAL RECEPTIONS

APR 2010 • 240PP • 978-1-405-12291-7 • CL • $39.95

A Companion to Hellenistic Literature

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EDITED BY JAMES J. CLAUSS & MARTINE CUYPERS University of Washington, USA; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

✤ Contains over 30 newly commissioned essays exploring the social and intellectual contexts of literature production in the Hellenistic period ✤ Examines the relationship between Hellenistic and earlier literature ✤ Provides a wide-ranging critical examination of Hellenistic literature, including the works of wellrespected poets alongside lesser-known historical, philosophical, and scientific prose of the period ✤ Explores how the indigenous literatures of Hellenized lands influenced Greek literature and how Greek literature influenced Jewish, Near Eastern, Egyptian, and Roman literary works READERSHIP: Scholars and advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying classics, ancient history, and literature SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

JAN 2014 • 576PP • 978-1-118-78290-3 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13679-2

Actors and Icons of the Ancient Theater

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ERIC CSAPO University of Sydney, Australia

✤ Offers the first systematic survey of evidence for the spread of theater outside Athens and the impact of the expansion of theater upon actors and dramatic literature ✤ Presents a highly original viewpoint into several new and contested fields of study and examines the realities of everyday life for actors from the time of theater's emergence in Classical Greece to its subsequent demise during the Roman Empire ✤ Addresses a study of the privatization of theater and reveals how it was driven by political interests ✤ Challenges preconceived notions about theater history READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying courses in ancient drama and theater history; scholars; and general readers interested in theater, art, drama, and social history

JAN 2014 • 248PP • 978-1-118-78288-0 • PR • $34.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13536-8

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A Companion to Greek Mythology

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EDITED BY KEN DOWDEN & NIALL LIVINGSTONE Both of University of Birmingham, UK

✤ Features essays from a prestigious international team of literary experts ✤ Includes coverage of Greek myth's intersection with history, philosophy, and religion ✤ Introduces readers to topics in mythology that are often inaccessible to non-specialists ✤ Addresses the Hellenistic and Roman periods, as well as Archaic and Classical Greece ✤ Rated ‘Highly recommended’ by Choice in 2011 READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, and scholars of classics, ancient history, archaeology, and mythology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

JAN 2014 • 672PP • 978-1-118-78516-4 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-11178-2

A Companion to Vergil's Aeneid and its Tradition

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EDITED BY JOSEPH FARRELL & MICHAEL C. J. PUTNAM University of Pennsylvania, USA; Brown University, USA

✤ Provides fresh approaches to traditional Vergil scholarship and new insights into unfamiliar aspects of Vergil's textual history ✤ Presents a collection of interpretive essays by an international team of the most distinguished scholars ✤ Represents a distinctively original approach to Vergil scholarship ✤ Topics covered include: Vergil's handling of sources; the history of Vergil reception in literature; and the enduring influence of Vergilian themes in prose, music, and art READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, and researchers interested in Vergil scholarship

JAN 2014 • 584PP • 978-1-118-78512-6 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-17577-7

Ancient Babylonian Medicine

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Theory and Practice

MARKHAM J. GELLER University College London, UK

✤ Represents the first overview of Babylonian medicine utilizing a great variety of previously unknown cuneiform sources, including archives of court letters, medical recipes, and commentaries written by ancient scholars ✤ Attempts to reconcile the ways in which medicine and magic were related ✤ Assigns authorship to various types of medical literature that were previously considered to be anonymous ✤ Rejects the approach of other scholars who have attempted to apply modern diagnostic methods to ancient illnesses READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in medicine in the ancient world; general readers interested in ancient intellectual history and history of science SERIES: ANCIENT CULTURES

APR 2010 • 240PP • 978-1-405-12652-6 • CL • $39.95

The Land of Ionia

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Society and Economy in the Archaic Period

ALAN M. GREAVES University of Liverpool, UK

✤ Seeks to balance the Greek and Anatolian cultural influences at work in Ionia in this important period of its history (700BC to the Battle of Lade in 494BC) ✤ Provides an innovative approach to the subject by placing Ionia in its larger Mediterranean context ✤ Organized thematically, covering landscape, economy, cities, colonization, warfare, cults, and art ✤ Accesses German and Turkish scholarship, presenting a useful point of entry to the published literature for academics and students ✤ A long-overdue study of Archaic Ionia that incorporates the wealth of over a century of archaeological research READERSHIP: Academics, graduate students, and upper-level undergraduates studying Ionia, classical archaeology, Anatolia, Greece and the East, and Archaic Greece

FEB 2010 • 288PP • 978-1-405-19900-1 • CL • $39.95

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A History of the Language and its Speakers 2nd Edition

GEOFFREY HORROCKS University of Cambridge, UK

✤ Offers a complete linguistic treatment of the history of the Greek language from the Mycenaean period of the second millennium BC to the current day ✤ Updated and expanded second edition features increased coverage of the ancient evidence, as well as the roots and development of diglossia ✤ Explores the evolution of the Greek language in its regional and social heterogeneity and in both its spoken and written forms

CLASSICS

Greek

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduates students studying the history and structure of Greek language; scholars interested in Classical, Byzantine, and Hellenistic periods

JAN 2014 • 526PP • 978-1-118-78515-7 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13415-6

Epic and History

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EDITED BY DAVID KONSTAN & KURT A. RAAFLAUB Both of Brown University, USA

✤ The first book to gain new insights into the topic 'epic and history' through in-depth cross-cultural comparisons ✤ Covers epic traditions across the globe and across a wide range of time periods ✤ Brings together leading specialists in the field, and is edited by two internationally regarded scholars ✤ An important reference for scholars and students interested in history and literature across a broad range of disciplines READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars of the epic literary tradition and history SERIES: ANCIENT WORLD: COMPARATIVE HISTORIES

JAN 2014 • 456PP • 978-1-118-78511-9 • PR • $49.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19307-8

A Companion to Ancient Egypt

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EDITED BY ALAN B. LLOYD Swansea University, UK

✤ Now available as a single-volume paperback edition, this brings together nearly 50 newly commissioned essays that provide the very latest and, where relevant, well-illustrated accounts of the major aspects of Egypt's ancient history and culture ✤ Covers a broad scope of topics including physical context, history, economic and social mechanisms, language, literature, and the visual arts ✤ Delivered in a highly readable style with students and scholars of both Egyptology and Graeco-Roman studies in mind ✤ Provides a chronological table to help readers orient chapters within the wider historical context READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of Egyptology; Egyptologists and Graeco-Roman scholars and researchers

JAN 2014 • 1352PP • 978-1-118-78514-0 • PR • $59.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-15598-4

Roman Historiography

NEW IN PAPERBACK

An Introduction to its Basic Aspects and Development

ANDREAS MEHL TRANSLATED BY HANS-FRIEDRICH MUELLER University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; Union College, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive and accessible survey of every historical writer of significance in the Roman world and offers valuable insight into current scholarly trends on Roman historiography ✤ Covers works in Greek and Latin, from the Annales Maximi and the fragmentary early annalists to Orosius and Procopius of Byzantium ✤ Traces the growth of Christian historiography under the influence of its pagan adversaries ✤ Includes a user-friendly bibliography, catalog of authors and editions, and index ✤ Selected by Choice as a 2013 Outstanding Academic Title READERSHIP: Students of ancient history, early Christianity, Byzantium, the early Middle Ages, and ancient Greek and Roman literature SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

JAN 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-118-78513-3 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12183-5

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The Vandals

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ANDREW MERRILLS & RICHARD MILES University of Leicester, UK; Trinity Hall, Cambridge, UK

✤ The first book available in the English Language dedicated to exploring the sudden rise and dramatic fall of the Vandals ✤ Re-evaluates key aspects of Vandal society including political and economic structures, secular learning, religious struggles, and the nature of Vandal identity examined from a social and gender perspective ✤ Draws upon new archaeological findings, as well as textual evidence, to present a provocative reinterpretation of this long-forgotten chapter of late antiquity READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying the later Roman period, the fall of the Roman Empire, and the history of Africa; scholars of the early Medieval period SERIES: THE PEOPLES OF EUROPE

JAN 2014 • 368PP • 978-1-118-78509-6 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-78509-6

Antiquity and Modernity

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NEVILLE MORLEY University of Bristol , UK

✤ Presents a study of modernity that examines classical influences ✤ Incorporates political, economic, social, and psychological theories ✤ Highlights writings from a wide range of thinkers, including Adam Smith, Marx, Mill, Nietzsche, Weber, and Freud READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars studying the ancient world and classical influences on modern philosophy; students and scholars studying related topics in economics, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, and the history of ideas SERIES: CLASSICAL RECEPTIONS

OCT 2008 • 200PP • 978-1-405-13139-1 • CL • $39.95

Virgil

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R. ALDEN SMITH Baylor University, USA

✤ Offers a fresh, comprehensive introduction to Virgil in translation ✤ Explores the historical context in which Virgil wrote and lived ✤ Discusses the manuscript tradition of Virgil ✤ Traces the poet's influence on later authors and his impact on the arts in general ✤ Includes suggestions for further readings READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Virgil or Latin poetry, graduate students, academics, and general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

SEPT 2010 • 224PP • 978-1-405-15949-4 • CL • $39.95

Ovid

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KATHARINA VOLK Columbia University, USA

✤ Provides a concise, thematic introduction to the complete works of the Latin poet, famous for his risqué love poetry, riveting mythological epic Metamorphoses, and mysterious exile at the orders of the emperor Augustus ✤ The first general introduction to Ovid written in English in over 20 years, reflecting the very latest Ovidian scholarship ✤ Explores the complete works of Ovid, presenting the author's works within their poetic genres, and discussing central themes including art, women, myth, and Augustan Rome ✤ Capitalizes on the current renewal of interest in his work - the last 25 years have seen a dramatic revival in his popularity, making him one of the most widely-studied ancient authors ✤ Concludes with a study of Ovid's reception over the past 2,000 years READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty of classical or Latin literature SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

SEPT 2010 • 160PP • 978-1-405-13642-6 • CL • $39.95

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ALOYS WINTERLING University of Basel, Switzerland

✤ Offers a fresh interpretation of the politics, society, and culture of imperial Rome ✤ Argues that the early principate was fundamentally incompatible with the persisting structures of the Roman Republic ✤ Demonstrates how these contradictory systems affected the development of Roman society ✤ Includes case studies on the imperial court and the emperor Caligula, as well as chapters on the scholarship of Theodor Mommsen and Christian Meier READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Roman history

JUL 2009 • 176PP • 978-1-405-17969-0 • CL • $39.95

Tales of the Barbarians

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Ethnography and Empire in the Roman West

GREG WOOLF University of St. Andrews, UK

✤ Investigates the connections between empire and knowledge at the turn of the millennia, and the creation of new histories in the Roman West ✤ Applies modern ethnographic theory to ancient material for the first time ✤ Explores how ancient geography, local histories and the stories of wandering heroes were woven together by Greek scholars and local experts ✤ Offers a fresh perspective by examining passages from ancient writers in a new light

PSYCHOLOGY / CLASSICS

Politics and Society in Imperial Rome

✤ Hardback edition rated ‘Essential’ by Choice in 2011 READERSHIP; Undergraduate and graduate students of ethnography, ancient ethnography, history, anthropology and classics SERIES: BLACKWELL-BRISTOL LECTURES ON GREECE, ROME AND THE CLASSICAL TRADITION

JAN 2014 • 176PP • 978-1-118-78510-2 • PR • $29.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16073-5

Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

6 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY CARY L. COOPER, CBE Lancaster University, UK

✤ The first multi-volume examination of all elements of wellbeing ✤ Volumes cover children and families; the workplace; the environment; aging and later life; economics; and policies of wellbeing ✤ Each volume brings together leaders of their respective fields in an edited volume of original articles ✤ Presents a synthesis of the latest research on this growing and interdisciplinary area of study READERSHIP: Scholars, practitioners, policy-makers, and students in psychology and related disciplines looking to enhance and promote human wellbeing

FEB 2014 • 3000PP • 978-1-118-53882-1 • CL • $960.00 ONLINE EDITION AVAILABLE ON WILEY ONLINE LIBRARY: 978-1-118-53941-5 www.referencewellbeing.com In addition, each volume in this set is available individually: Volume 1: Wellbeing in Children and Families FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60845-6 • CL • $210.00 Volume 2: Wellbeing and the Environment FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60837-1 • CL • $210.00 Volume 3: Work and Wellbeing FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60836-4 • CL • $210.00 Volume 4: Wellbeing in Later Life FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60844-9 • CL • $210.00 Volume 5: Economics of Wellbeing FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60838-8 • CL • $210.00 Volume 6: Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing FEBRUARY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60835-7 • CL • $210.00

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The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness

2 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY AMANDA IE, CHRISTELLE T. NGNOUMEN & ELLEN J. LANGER Harvard University, USA; Brown University, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤ Examines the origins and key theories of the two dominant Western approaches to mindfulness: social psychological mindfulness and Eastern-derived mindfulness ✤ Discusses the implications for mindfulness across a range of fields, including consciousness and cognition, education, creativity, leadership and organizational behavior, law, medical practice and therapy, well-being, and sport ✤ Maps out future directions for the study and application of mindfulness at the individual, interpersonal, and global level READERSHIP: Academics, professionals, and advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying mindfulness in departments of psychology, cognitive science, and across the social sciences

MAR 2014 • 1200PP • 978-1-118-29487-1 • CL • $400.00

The Wiley Handbook of Anxiety Disorders

2 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY PAUL M. G. EMMELKAMP & THOMAS EHRING Both of University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

✤ Leading clinical and research experts in the field of anxiety, and related, disorders contribute to this 2-volume reference set ✤ Volume 1 reflects state of the art theory and research with information about definition, clinical picture, epidemiology, etiology, natural history when not adequately treated, impairment, co-morbidity with Axis I and Axis II, and differential diagnosis ✤ Volume 2 focuses on clinical applications with case studies and transcripts of therapy sessions ✤ Covers agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive Disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia, and more READERSHIP: Clinical researchers, practitioners, and postgraduate students involved with anxiety disorders

MAR 2014 • 1200PP • 978-1-118-77535-6 • CL • $400.00

Handbook of Behavioral Medicine Set

2 VOLUME SET

EDITED BY DAVID I. MOSTOFSKY Boston University, USA

✤ Includes contributors from fields spanning education, social work, and physical therapy ✤ Offers a complete and comprehensive overview of behavioral medicine techniques and treatments ✤ Volume 1 addresses foundational issues in behavioral medicine, including concepts, theories, treatments, doctor/patient relationships, common medical problems, and behavioral technologies ✤ Volume 2 focuses on medical interface, including issues relating to health disorders and specialties; social work, medical sociology, education, and health Readership: Undergraduate and postgraduate-level students studying psychology, nursing, social work, and health sciences; also for clinicians and researchers in these fields SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

JAN 2014 • 1100PP • 978-1-118-45399-5 • CL • $350.00

Facts and Fictions in Mental Health HAL ARKOWITZ & SCOTT O. LILIENFELD University of Arizona, USA; Emory University, USA

✤ Includes content from authors’ original “Facts and Fictions” columns in Scientific American Mind along with new, original content ✤ Introductory material and references are included throughout the book ✤ Each chapter covers a different “fiction” and allows readers to gain a more balanced and accurate view of important topics in mental health ✤ Topics include suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder, dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder), the treatment of ADHD, and more READERSHIP: Undergraduates taking courses in abnormal psychology and clinical psychology; general readers interested in issues of mental health

MAR 2014 • 184PP • 978-1-118-31129-5 • PR • $29.95 / 978-1-118-31130-1 • CL • $79.95

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The Psychology of Human Sexuality JUSTIN J. LEHMILLER Harvard University, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of our understanding of human sexual behavior from a biopsychosocial perspective ✤ Considers biological, evolutionary, social, and cultural factors that influence sexuality ✤ Features comprehensive coverage of topics including gender and sexual orientation, relationships, sexual behaviors, sexual difficulties and solutions, prostitution, and pornography ✤ Offers in-depth treatment of relationships, with separate chapters dealing with attraction and relationship processes READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in human sexuality, including human sexual behavior, psychology of human sexuality, and sexuality studies in departments of psychology and gender studies

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-35121-5 • PR • $59.95 / 978-1-118-35133-8 • CL • $124.95

The Complete Systemic Supervisor

NEW EDITION

Philosophy, Context and Pragmatics 2nd EDITION

EDITED BY THOMAS TODD & CHERYL STORM Adler School of Professional Psychology, USA; Pacific Lutheran University, USA

✤ Offers a uniquely comprehensive, in-depth treatment of clinical supervision from a systemic perspective, with sections on context, philosophy, and pragmatics and case examples throughout

The Complete Systemic Supervisor

✤ Second edition developed and re-focused for a broader market, with coverage of systemic supervision outside MFT and consideration of international supervisees and training contexts ✤ Includes a valuable online supplement with practical resources for readers, developed from the first edition print companion The Reasonably Complete Systemic Supervisor Resource Guide ✤ Top-name contributors include Teresa McDowell, Jay Lebow, Marshall Fine, and Douglas Sprenkle READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and professionals in training to become Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) supervisors –and the supervisors who train them

JAN 2014 • 450PP • 978-1-118-50898-5 • PR • $54.95 / 978-1-118-50897-8 • CL • $119.95

Sound Linkage

NEW EDITION

An Integrated Programme for Overcoming Reading Difficulties 3rd Edition

PETER J. HATCHER, FIONA J. DUFF & CHARLES HULME University of York, UK; Oxford University, UK; University College London, UK

✤ Revised throughout to include the latest developments in the field ✤ These resources have been used with a wide range of children and found to be suitable for readingdelayed children, irrespective of cognitive ability and age ✤ All activities are accompanied by a set of photocopiable record sheets, a set of pictures, and an appendix of additional activities ✤ Activities include: identification of words and syllables, identification and supply of rhyming words; and identification and discrimination of phonemes and blending READERSHIP: Teachers, teaching assistants, speech therapists, and educational psychologists; lecturers and students concerned with speech, language, dyslexia and the teaching of reading

FEB 2014 • 200PP • 978-1-118-51008-7 • PR • $80.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-86156-176-3

Workplace Well-being How to Build Psychologically Healthy Workplaces

EDITED BY ARLA DAY, E. KEVIN KELLOWAY & J. J. HURRELL JR. All at St. Mary’s University, Canada

✤ Draws on positive psychology to identify the seven core components of a psychologically healthy workplace ✤ Provides a solid understanding of the theory of psychologically health workplaces, the practical implications for creating psychologically healthy workplaces, and best practice in implementing healthy workplace initiatives

Workplace Well-being

✤ Addresses important but often overlooked issues such as the role of unions, the importance of leadership, how to create healthy workplaces in small business contexts, and corporate social responsibility ✤ The editors are renowned in the field, and the contributors are leading international names, including Cary L. Cooper, Sharon Parker, Leslie Hammer, Lois Tetrick, Michael Leiter, and Magnus Sverke READERSHIP: Workplace practitioners including psychologists, HR professionals, health and safety managers, business managers and consultants; also researchers, academics and students on courses in occupational health psychology

JAN 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-118-46945-3 • PR • $54.95 / 978-1-118-46946-0 • CL • $109.95

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Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults The INPP Screening Test for Clinicians and Health Practitioners

SALLY GODDARD BLYTHE

Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults

The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology, UK

✤ Builds on the success of the author's previous work, allowing an audience of primary and secondary health care practitioners to screen for signs of neuromotor immaturity and take appropriate action ✤ Research has shown that contrary to popular belief many children do have immature neuromotor skills without more serious pathology, and that this is directly linked to underachievement in education and other areas ✤ The test can be used with adults to identify cases where factors influencing balance and perception underlie psychological symptoms such as panic disorder ✤ Includes a range of reproducible score sheets and observation sheets for use in practice READERSHIP: Primary care practitioners treating children – general practitioners in the UK and Commonwealth countries, and physicians and pediatricians in the US; also child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychiatrists, speech and language therapists, and developmental optometrists

FEB 2014 • 140PP • 978-1-118-73696-8 • PR • $94.95

Sexual Attraction in Therapy Clinical Perspectives on Moving Beyond the Taboo – A Guide for Training and Practice

EDITED BY MARIA LUCA Regent's University London, UK

✤ Challenges practitioners to think about sexual attraction as a normal dynamic developing through the unique intimacy of the therapy encounter, and an opportunity for deeper therapeutic work ✤ Presents new findings from research to enrich understanding of the lived experience of therapists and how they can confront, avoid, or make use of the process of sexual attraction in therapy ✤ Provides clinical examples to highlight common challenges faced by practitioners, the strategies they use to overcome them, and how they can normalize the ‘taboo’ of sexual attraction to facilitate client progress ✤ Contributors include Michael Worrell, John Sommers-Flanagan, Doris McIlwain, and Martin Milton READERSHIP: Qualified and trainee psychotherapists, counselors, and psychologists; psychiatrists, nurses and social workers; students of counseling and psychology

MAR 2014 • 300PP • 978-1-118-67433-8 • PR • $TBA / 978-1-118-67434-5 • CL • $115.00

Helping People with Eating Disorders

NEW EDITION

A Clinical Guide to Assessment and Treatment 2nd Edition

ROBERT PALMER University of Leicester, UK

✤ A comprehensive and accessible guide to understanding, assessing, and treating eating disorders ✤ Focuses on evidence-based practice with references to the latest research and new DSM-V classifications ✤ Discusses the types of eating disorders and their causes, reviews treatment methods and their outcomes, and provides guidance on dealing with challenging cases ✤ Illustrates concepts and methods using several case studies that run throughout the book, as well as many examples from the author’s clinical work READERSHIP: Professionals and students studying eating disorders in the fields of clinical psychology, psychiatry, mental health, family practice, nursing, social work, dietetics, and counseling; also of interest to people suffering from an eating disorder

MAR 2014 • 280PP • 978-1-118-60669-8 • PR • $49.95 / 978-1-118-60670-4 • CL • $114.95 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-98647-8

Investigating Terrorism Current Psychological and Legal Issues

JOHN PEARSE Forensic Navigation Services Ltd, UK

✤ Deals with legal, psychological, and practical issues surrounding how to deal with a real-life “ticking bomb” scenario ✤ Provides insight into the most recent police model for interviewing witnesses, victims, and suspects ✤ Contains the latest analyses of recent terrorist attacks, including the recent Norwegian tragedy carried out by Anders Breivik ✤ Includes chapters discussing the context in which people become suicide bombers READERSHIP: Professionals working in the area of forensics; professionals in the mental health and prison services who deal with detained terrorist prisoners; academics researching terrorism

JAN 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-119-99416-9 • PR • $54.95 / 978-1-119-99415-2 • CL • $115.95

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Evidence-Based CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents A Competencies-Based Approach

EDITED BY ELIZABETH S. SBURLATI, HEIDI J. LYNEHAM, CAROLYN A. SCHNIERING & RONALD M. RAPEE All at Macquarie University, Australia

✤ Presents a cogent model of therapist competencies needed to implement CBT effectively for anxiety and depression in young people ✤ The first book to use a competencies-based approach in this area, where clients rarely present with a single diagnosis ✤ Covers a range of competencies, including building a positive therapeutic relationship, case formulation, managing negative thoughts, changing maladaptive behaviors, and modifying the family environment READERSHIP: Clinical psychology professionals at all levels (trainee and practicing therapists, trainers, and supervisors); also suitable for adoption within postgraduate clinical psychology training programs worldwide

FEB 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-118-46924-8 • PR • $59.95 / 978-1-118-46925-5 • CL • $115.00

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Social Anxiety Disorder EDITED BY JUSTIN W. WEEKS University of Ohio, USA

✤ A multi-contributed, internationally diverse handbook covering all major elements of social anxiety disorder and offering an invaluable teaching tool ✤ Contributes significantly to the field by summarizing the current state of research in the area and outlining future directions for research ✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of applied, empirically-supported techniques in the conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of SAD ✤ Features contributions from leading clinicians, academics, and researchers in clinical psychology and psychiatry READERSHIP: Practicing clinicians, researchers, and clinical psychology students; postgraduate students taking courses on psychopathology

MAR 2014 • 704PP • 978-1-119-96860-3 • CL • $195.00

The Emergence of a Temporally Extended Self and Factors That Contribute to Its Development From Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

MARY LAZARIDIS Australian College of Clinical Psychologists, Australia

✤ Examines how children performed against the Delayed Self-Recognition (DSR) test ✤ Suggests that children’s meta-representational ability is the only factor that contributes to the prediction of successful performance on the DSR test, and thus to the emergence of the temporally extended self (TES)

The Emergence of a Temporally Extended Self and Factors That Contribute to Its Development

✤ Demonstrates that children who receive more elaborative conversational input from their caregivers have a more advanced understanding of their TES READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students, and researchers in the fields of developmental and educational psychology SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT (MONO)

JAN 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-74004-0 • PR • $39.99

The Flexibility Stigma JOAN WILLIAMS University of California, Hastings College of the Law, USA

✤ A compendium of studies from some of the most prominent researchers studying the dynamics of workplace flexibility in organizational psychology ✤ Explores gender inequality in access to and rewards/punishments from flexible work schedules, paid leave, and telecommuting ✤ Highlights the role of subjective judgments of productivity and commitment among employees engaging in flexible work practices ✤ Illustrates the ways in which employers use flexibility to enhance control and employees, frequent misunderstanding of the risks of partaking in flexible work READERSHIP: Students, researchers, and academics in organizational psychology, social psychology, sociology, law, public policy, and economics SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES (JOSI)

JAN 2014 • 200PP • 978-1-118-78927-8 • PR • $39.99

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Relationship Processes and Resilience in Children With Incarcerated Parents

Relationship Processes and Resilience in Children With Incarcerated Parents JULIE POEHLMANN & J. M. EDDY University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; University of Washington, USA

✤ Presents findings from five new studies that focus on child- or family-level resilience processes in children with parents currently or recently incarcerated in jail or prison ✤ Furthers our understanding of resilience processes in children of incarcerated parents and their families ✤ Sets the groundwork for further research on child development and family resilience within the context of parental involvement in the criminal justice system READERSHIP: Professionals involved in prison services, social care, and educational psychology SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT (MONO)

JAN 2014 • 200PP • 978-1-118-79500-2 • PR • $39.99

A Brief History of Modern Psychology 2nd Edition

LUDY T. BENJAMIN JR. Texas A & M University

A Brief History of Modern Psychology

✤ Discusses the history of both the science and the practice of psychology since the establishment of the first experimental psychology laboratory in 1879 ✤ Provides the historical and disciplinary context that will help readers to better understand the richness and complexity of contemporary psychology ✤ Written by the leading historian in the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students studying modern psychology

JAN 2014 • 264PP • 978-1-118-20677-5 • PR • $40.00

Adult Development and Aging Biopsychosocial Perspectives 5th Edition

Adult Development and Aging

SUSAN KRAUSS WHITBOURNE & STACEY B. WHITBOURNE University of Massachusetts, Amherst

✤ Focuses on four themes: a multidisciplinary approach, positive images of aging, maintaining a focus on identity, and the newest and most relevant research ✤ Includes new diagnostic criteria from DSM-V and updated information from the 2010 Census ✤ A new "Applied Gerontology" feature shows how topics can be seen and used in everyday life ✤ Explores neuroscience research and aging as well as the treatment of ethical issues in relation to the study of aging READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying developmental psychology and aging

JAN 2014 • 416PP • 978-1-118-42519-0 • PR • $666.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-64697-7

Social Beings Core Motives in Social Psychology 3rd Edition

SUSAN T. FISKE Princeton University

Social Beings

✤ A cutting-edge approach on evolutionary and cross-cultural psychology ✤ Addresses research on three different levels: brain function and cognition, individual and situations, and groups and cultures ✤ Explores emotion science and the impact of neuroscience on social and personality psychology ✤ Captures an important movement in social psychology with the core motives approach READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Psychology

JAN 2014 • 720PP • 978-1-118-55254-4 • PR • $576.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-12911-1

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3rd Edition

BERNARDO J. CARDUCCI Indiana University Southeast

✤ This engaging, comprehensive introduction to the field of personality psychology integrates discussion of personality theories, research, assessment techniques, and applications of specific theories ✤ Introduces students to many important figures in the field, including Freud, Jung, Adler, Erikson, Catell, Allport, Horney, Maslow, Bandura, Michel, and others

Psychology of Personality - Viewpoints, Research, and Applications

✤ The book not only covers classic issues and research in personality, but also looks at genetics and personality, neurological considerations in personality, the evolutionary perspective, the “Big Five” model of personality, and other contemporary issues READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying personality psychology

DEC 2013 • 696PP • 978-1-118-50443-7 • PR • $450.99

PSYCHOLOGY

Psychology of Personality - Viewpoints, Research, and Applications

REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3635-8

Introduction to Clinical Psychology An Evidence-based Approach 2nd Edition

JOHN HUNSLEY & CATHERINE M. LEE University of Ottawa

✤ An up-to-date resource that focuses on the scientific method and those clinical practices that are supported by research

Introduction to Clinical Psychology

✤ Strong focus on evidence-based assessment and intervention ✤ Presents current case studies to provide a real-world perspective ✤ Broad approach to diversity issues READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Psychology studying Clinical Psychology

FEB 2014 • 592PP • 978-1-118-36001-9 • PR • $621.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-43751-3

Understanding Motivation and Emotion 6th Edition

JOHNMARSHALL REEVE University of Iowa

✤ This book walks psychologists through the study of motivation, exploring all conditions that exist within the person and within the environment and culture that explain “why we want what we want” and “why we do what we do.”

Understanding Motivation and Emotion

✤ The text expands on theoretical ideas further into practical applications, especially in the areas of education, work, therapy, sports, and the home ✤ Each chapter features a chapter box that addresses a specific concern. At the end of each chapter is a list of recommended readings for further study ✤ Psychologists will discover a number of new ideas, including achievement goals, personal strivings, types of extrinsic motivation, implementation intentions, and more READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Psychology

DEC 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-118-51779-6 • PR • $400.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-39223-2

Forensic Psychology 2nd Edition

MATTHEW T. HUSS Creighton University

✤ Integrates research, cases, and theory that provides students with a well-balanced picture of forensic psychology ✤ Incorporates two main themes, scope of practice and therapeutic jurisprudence, that focus on empirically supported clinical practice and expose students to case law and statutory law necessary in the practice of forensic psychology ✤ Utilizes real world examples and cases such as the impact of intelligence testing in the landmark Atkins vs. Virginia case that help students understand the practical role of forensic psychology ✤ Examines not only the criminal aspects of psychology and law but also civil aspects such as civil competence issues, sexual harassment claims, child custody evaluations, and personal injury cases which are often part of forensic practice READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students in courses on forensic psychology, clinical psychology, mental health law, and criminal justice

OCT 2013 • 408PP • 978-1-118-55413-5 • PR • $76.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-5138-2

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Psychological Testing A Practical Introduction 3rd Edition

THOMAS P. HOGAN

Psychological Testing

University of Scranton

✤ Emphasizes active learning strategies to provide a practical introduction to the field of testing in Psychology and allied disciplines ✤ Encourages readers to apply the concepts and procedures they are learning to real-life, contemporary situations ✤ Includes an up-to-date, comprehensive overview to reliability, validity and norms ✤ Provides numerous exercises to improve critical thinking skills READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Psychology

NOV 2013 • 696PP • 978-1-118-55412-8 • PR • $193.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-73807-7

Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology 3rd Edition

VICKY PHARES University of South Florida

Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology

✤ Highlighted sections help students to see the commonalities and differences of abnormal child behaviour within a cross-cultural and international context ✤ Case studies and stories about children, adolescents, and families throughout apply the scholarly literature to real life ✤ Readings and films suggestions at the end of each chapter for first-hand accounts of abnormal child psychology ✤ "You Decide" - intended to help students remain engaged in critical thinking and relevant material students are provided with research data on a "hot topic" regarding children and invited to make up their minds on the topic READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying psychology; sociology and allied health

NOV 2013 • 608PP • 978-0-470-58795-9 • PR • $456.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-72411-7

Statistics 10th Edition

ROBERT S. WITTE & JOHN S. WITTE San Jose State Univ.; Case Western Reserve Univ.

Statistics

✤ Provides students with a clear and methodical approach to essential statistical procedures ✤ Emphasizes expressions involving sums of squares and degrees of freedom ✤ Places a stronger stress on the importance of variability and offers an expanded treatment of estimates of effect size ✤ Explains the basic concepts and procedures of descriptive and inferential statistical analysis READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Psychology and social science

NOV 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-45053-6 • PR • $173.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-39222-5

Education and Learning An Evidence-based Approach

JANE MELLANBY & KATY THEOBALD University of Oxford, UK; 2020 Delivery Ltd, UK

✤ Presents a wide range of references for both seminal and contemporary research into learning and teaching ✤ Addresses a variety of contemporary educational issues that affect learning, including creativity, gender, and cultural differences ✤ Looks at evidence-based differences among students attending academies and Free Schools, and the strong international performance of Finnish and East Asian students ✤ Provides accessible explanations of key studies that are supplemented with real-life case examples READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of educational psychology and education; also for teachers, parents, and educational policy makers

FEB 2014 • 416PP • 978-1-118-48361-9 • PR • $39.95 / 978-1-118-45410-7 • CL • $99.95

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Gaining and Maintaining Students' Cooperation 7th Edition

JAMES S. CANGELOSI Utah State Univ., Utah

✤ An up-to-date examination of classroom management theory and practice ✤ Incorporates the latest research in learning theory, student motivation, behavior modification, and other dynamic fields of study

Classroom Management Strategies

✤ Explores the need to systematically teach students to cooperatively engage in learning activities ✤ Sets the stage for in-depth understanding of some critically fundamental research-based communication principles READERSHIP: Undergraduate education students; teachers and school Administrators

JAN 2014 • 432PP • 978-1-118-54422-8 • PR • $316.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-08452-6

Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education 4th Edition

THEODORE COLADARCI University of Maine

✤ An emphasis on statistics common to local and large-scale assessment ✤ A case study approach, which models the process of data analysis, conceptualizes the learning of challenging statistical concepts, and addresses one of the more controversial policy issues in education today, high stakes testing ✤ Step-by-step calculations for worked problems ✤ A statistical reasoning book specifically geared towards education and educators READERSHIP: Undergraduate education students and teachers

OCT 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-42521-3 • PR • $173.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-57479-9

Essentials of Corrections

NEW EDITION

5th Edition

G. LARRY MAYS & L. THOMAS WINFREE, JR. New Mexico State University, USA; Arizona State University, USA

✤ A fully revised and updated edition providing unrivalled coverage and invaluable historical context on the evolution of correctional theory and practice ✤ Includes additional international, comparative data on criminal justice systems, and incorporates a new chapter on prison inmates with special needs ✤ Features numerous in-book study features, including text boxes and assignments, along with a new online study guide and substantially updated ancillary materials

Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education

BUSINESS / CRIMINOLOGY / EDUCATION

Classroom Management Strategies

✤ Presented in full colour throughout, including extensive photographs and graphics READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying corrections and criminal justice within criminology, law, and sociology

JAN 2014 • 488PP • 978-1-118-53721-3 • PR • $124.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-4955-0438-2

Business Statistics For Contemporary Decision Making 8th Edition

KEN BLACK Univ. of Houston, Clear Lake, TX

✤ Renowned for its effective pedagogy and well-liked for its user-friendly, flowing style ✤ Equips readers with the quantitative decision-making skills and analysis techniques they need to make smart decisions based on real-world data ✤ Presents concepts, topics, formulas, and application in a manner that is accessible to a vast audience and minimizes the use of "scary" formulas ✤ Extra problems called "Demonstration Problems" provide additional insight and explanation to working problems READERSHIP: Business Lecturers and Students, Business Professionals

DEC 2013 • 888PP • 978-1-118-49476-9 • PR • $212.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-93146-2

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BUSINESS / FINANCE/ACCOUNTING

Contemporary Business 15th Edition

LOUIS E. BOONE & DAVID L. KURTZ University of South Alabama; University of Arkansas

✤ A new edition of the most comprehensive Introduction to Business product on the market, offering lecturers and students more effective solutions for teaching and learning ✤ Provides a new approach to the subject by providing an integrated E-Business context ✤ "Green Business" boxes in every chapter provide readers with more green business information ✤ Features up-to- date content and coverage of recent examples, provided through an accompanying website, Business Hot Topics, and Business Xtra Select READERSHIP: Business students

AUG 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-29198-6 • CL • $281.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-53129-7, 978-1-118-29198-6

Marketing Mistakes and Successes 12th Edition

ROBERT F. HARTLEY & CINDY CLAYCOMB Cleveland State University

✤ A new edition of a leading marketing resource, now updated and revised with new case studies and pedagogical features ✤ Each chapter has been updated to reflect the latest information available about each case ✤ ‘Invitation to Research’ suggestions allow readers to take the case a step further and to investigate what has happened since the case was written, both to the company and even to some of the individuals involved READERSHIP: Marketing Lecturers and Students

NOV 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-07846-4 • PR • $75.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-16981-0

Management Science The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets 4th Edition

STEPHEN G. POWELL ✤ Provides students and business analysts with the technical knowledge and skill needed to develop real expertise in business modelling ✤ Covers spreadsheet engineering, management science and the modeling craft ✤ Designed to improve modeling efficiency and modeling effectiveness by focusing on the most important tasks and tools READERSHIP: Management Science Lecturers and Students

OCT 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-118-58269-5 • PR • $182.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-53067-2

Communication Skills Handbook for Accounting WENDY FLEET, JANE SUMMERS & BRETT SMITH ✤ Designed to develop the written and oral communication skills of university accounting students ✤ Introduces successful approaches to researching, writing and referencing, and reviews the main problems accounting students are likely to encounter when preparing and presenting reports, essays and other work for assessment READERSHIP: Accounting Lecturers and Students

JUL 2013 • 140PP • 978-0-470-81007-1 • PR • $41.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-80537-4

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Markets, Investments, and Financial Management 15th Edition

RONALD W. MELICHER University of Colorado at Boulder

✤ Presents a balanced survey of the three main areas of finance: institutions and markets, investments, and financial management ✤ Examples have been completely updated throughout providing the most relevant information, with more focus being placed on ethics ✤ Discussions of small business practice help readers gain a better understanding of small business applications ✤ Additional end-of-chapter questions and career-profile features enable business managers to connect the material to the real world READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Finance

NOV 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-118-49267-3 • PR • $201.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-56107-2

Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance 11th Edition

EMMETT J. VAUGHAN & THERESE M. VAUGHAN Drake University

✤ A thorough, comprehensive introduction to the field of insurance while emphasizing the consumer ✤ Examines the concept of risk, the nature of the insurance device, and the principles of risk management ✤ Discusses the traditional fields of life and health insurance as solutions to the risks connected with the loss of income ✤ Deals with the risks associated with the ownership of property and legal liability READERSHIP: Insurance Consultants and Agents, Financial Analysts, Risk Managers

NOV 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-53400-7 • PR • $199.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-08753-4

Principles of Fraud Examination 4th Edition

JOSEPH T. WELLS Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

✤ Provides readers with a strong understanding of fraud by exploring what it is and how it is committed, prevented, and resolved ✤ Features engaging real-life case studies, complete with statistics and flowcharts in each chapter ✤ Covers the actual accounting and human behaviors that lead to cases of accounting fraud

ECONOMICS ECO ONOMICS / FINANCE/ACCOUNTING FINANCE/A ACCOUNTING

Introduction to Finance

✤ Includes updated coverage of recent examples of fraud accounting in the real world READERSHIP: Accountants, Accounting Lecturers and Students

NOV 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-58288-6 • PR • $192.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-64629-8

A Collection of Surveys on Market Experiments EDITED BY CHARLES N. NOUSSAIR & STEVEN TUCKER Tilburg University, the Netherlands; Waikato University, New Zealand

✤ Comprises ten surveys by leading scholars, showcasing the largest and fastest growing strands of research on market behaviour in experimental economics ✤ Covers topics such as asset markets, contests, environmental policy, frictions, general equilibrium, labour markets, multi-unit auctions, oligopoly markets, and prediction markets ✤ Focuses on the literature that has helped economists best understand how markets operate ✤ Assesses the impact of developments in theory, policy, and research methods READERSHIP: Upper-level students, scholars, and researchers within economics, experimental economics, and finance SERIES: SURVEYS OF RECENT RESEARCH IN ECONOMICS

JAN 2014 • 248PP • 978-1-118-79071-7 • PR • $192.99

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Economic Policy 77 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

FEB 2014 • 288PP • 978-1-118-79826-3 • PR • $41.00

Economics and the Environment 7th Edition

EBAN S. GOODSTEIN & STEPHEN POLASKY Bard Center for Environmental Policy; The National Teach-In

✤ Provides a rigorous and comprehensive presentation of the "standard analysis," including the propertyrights basis of environmental problems, efficient pollution control, benefit-estimation procedures, and incentive based procedures ✤ Examines a broad range of topics in environmental and natural resource economics ✤ Presents in-depth treatment of important issues at the cutting edge of environmental policy debates ✤ Focuses on equipping students with the tools necessary to analyse current environmental issues as an economist would READERSHIP: Economics Lecturers and Students

NOV 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-53972-9 • PR • $179.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-56109-6

Remarkable Service A Guide to Winning and Keeping Customers for Servers, Managers, and Restaurant Owners 3rd Edition

THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA (CIA) Hyde Park, New York

✤ An all-new edition – a completely reorganized and updated look at table service and foodservice management, including everything from setting up a dining room and taking orders to executing wine service and handling customer complaints ✤ Features all-new photography throughout, as well as a foreword by restaurateur Danny Meyer, whose restaurants are legendary for their world-class service ✤ New “Scripts for Service Scenarios” throughout the book provide real-world examples to help readers practice tasks like taking a reservation, recommending a dish, and communicating with kitchen staff READERSHIP: Professional chefs, food service directors, managers, and caterers, culinary students

DEC 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-11687-6 • PR • $111.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-19740-0

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STUDENT

The Reproductive System at a Glance 4th Edition

LINDA J. HEFFNER & DANNY J. SCHUST Brigham & Women's Hospital; Boston University School of Medicine

✤ Presents a comprehensive guide to normal reproductive biology and its associated pathophysiology in both sexes ✤ Disorder chapters summarise the epidemiology, pathophysiology and major treatments used ✤ Includes new histological and pathological slides to complement the at a glance style explanatory illustrations ✤ Features new material on miscarriage, abnormal bleeding, and a brand new spread on emergencies in reproductive medicine ✤ Supported by a brand new companion website at ataglanceseries.com/reproduction featuring flashcards and more self-assessment questions and answers READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, biology and biomedical science students, and nurses SERIES: AT A GLANCE

MAR 2014 • 144PP • 978-1-118-60703-9 • PR • $45.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-9452-5

Ophthalmology at a Glance 2nd Edition

JANE OLVER, LAURA GRAWLEY, GURJEET JUTLEY & LORRAINE CASSIDY Clinica London Ltd; The Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin; Moorfields Eye Hospital; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

✤ Starts with taking a history and examination, before moving through specific conditions and their treatment ✤ Includes new chapters on tropical ophthalmology, ocular oncology and giant cell arteritis, extra chapters on red eye and painful loss of vision and discussion of new scientific findings surrounding the cornea ✤ Includes 'Warning Boxes' to highlight common pitfalls, and 'Tips' to help students with examination ✤ technique, and 'Key Points' to reinforce learning ✤ Supported by a brand new companion website at ataglanceseries.com/ophthal featuring 20 clinical cases, images from the book as PowerPoint slides and digital flashcards READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, trainee optometrists, and opticians SERIES: AT A GLANCE

FEB 2014 • 128PP • 978-1-405-18473-1 • PR • $45.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-06473-1

Medical Sciences at a Glance MICHAEL D. RANDALL University of Nottingham Medical School

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series brings together all the scientific knowledge a medical student needs and provides a solid framework of key facts to build on ✤ Demonstrates vital links between different topics and across the different body systems ✤ Highlights key points and their clinical relevance for quick revision and retention of what's most important ✤ Fully cross-referenced to Medicine at a Glance (new edition publishing later in 2013) - together they cover the core concepts of an entire medical degree ✤ Supported by a companion website at ataglanceseries.com/medsci featuring self-assessment, downloadable images, recommended reading, further resource links, and flashcards READERSHIP: Clinical medical students and junior doctors SERIES: AT A GLANCE

JAN 2014 • 160PP • 978-1-118-36092-7 • PR • $45.00

Medical Sciences at a Glance Practice Workbook JAKUB SCABER, FAISAL RAHMAN & PETER ABRAHAMS University of Oxford; Boston Medical Center; Warwick University Medical School

✤ The companion workbook to Medical Sciences at a Glance (9781118360927), presenting 390 SAQs, EMQs, MCQs, True/False and Essay Questions ✤ Offers comprehensive advice on how to tackle tricky examinations, how to deal with each question type, and stimulates abstract skills like critical thinking and the ability to deliver the key facts ✤ Includes detailed explanations and information on wrong answers on all pre-clinical subjects, with clinical vignettes to promote clinical integration READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, and clinical students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

JAN 2014 • 112PP • 978-0-470-65449-1 • PR • $34.95

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FRANCIS MORRIS Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series provides comprehensive guidance on the most common complaints encountered in A&E, emergency departments, walk-in centres and general practice ✤ Provides the basic information required to identify and manage these conditions, with 'Red Flags' to identify the diagnoses that should not to be missed ✤ Covers how to approach the patient with a minor injury and their examination, skin and surface injuries, musculoskeletal problems, head and neck, ENT, respiratory, gastroenterology, and Genitourinary disorders

STUDENT

Minor Injury and Minor Illness at a Glance

✤ Supported by a companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/minorinjury featuring and selfassessment questions and answers, and fully downloadable flashcards READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctor, GPs and GP trainees, student nurses, emergency nurse practitioners, paramedic practitioners, and practice nurses and nurse practitioners SERIES: AT A GLANCE

APR 2014 • 112PP • 978-1-118-26135-4 • PR • $39.95

Prescribing Scenarios at a Glance EMMA BAKER, DANIEL BURRAGE & DAGAN LONSDALE All at St George’s, University of London

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series allows readers to safely practice prescribing skills for themselves − the perfect way to prepare for the new Prescribing Skills Assessment (PSA) ✤ Includes over 70 scenarios, with blank inpatient drug charts and outpatient prescription forms for each scenario, for readers to write their own prescriptions before checking the detailed answers and explanations ✤ Covers the types of scenario - on-call, acute and outpatient − typically encountered by junior doctors ✤ Helps hone other prescribing skills such as adverse drug reactions/interactions, dose calculations, monitoring, communicating, and data interpretation ✤ Includes full answers and explanations, including correctly completed charts and prescriptions READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, nurse prescribers, and pharmacists SERIES: AT A GLANCE

MAR 2014 • 240PP • 978-1-118-57086-9 • PR • $45.00

Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at a Glance MORGAN MCMONAGLE & MATTHEW STEPHENSON Senior Surgical Registrar, South East Thames Rotation

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series is the only concise, accessible introduction to the rapidly expanding specialty area of vascular and endovascular surgery ✤ Each chapter presents the relevant concepts and basic principles, adding more factual information once these basics are understood ✤ Provides an excellent information source with management guidelines for those that see vascular disease often, but are not formally trained in its management ✤ Supported by a companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/vascular featuring interactive multiple choice questions READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, junior surgical registrars, nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists that work in vascular disease SERIES: AT A GLANCE

FEB 2014 • 160PP • 978-1-118-49603-9 • PR • $45.00

Lecture Notes: Psychiatry 11th Edition

GAUTAM GULATI, MARY-ELLEN LYNALL & KATE E. A. SAUNDERS All at University of Oxford

✤ Provides a concise and accessible introduction to the fundamentals of psychiatry, presenting the principles of the psychiatric examination followed by the major psychiatric disorders, and their management and treatment options ✤ Fully revised and updated to include recent developments in history-taking, psychotropic drugs and case presentations, as well as covering the practical elements of patient guidance and care ✤ Emphasises the new core management skills needed by medical students and junior doctors in both psychiatric and general hospital settings – ideal for use on the wards ✤ Includes short cases studies, providing a real life perspective, and MCQs in line with medical school and professional psychiatry exams READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, social workers, occupational therapists, psychologists and other mental health workers SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

DEC 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-37820-5 • PR • $39.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19137-1

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Lecture Notes: Paediatrics 9th Edition

SIMON NEWELL & JONATHAN DARLING Both at St James' University Hospital, Leeds

✤ Succinctly presents the information central to an understanding of the care of children in clinical practice, ideal for the typical five week paediatrics rotation ✤ Fully updated with new chapters on Clinical Genetics and Adolescent Health, and a revised structure for easier navigation ✤ Includes learning features such as chapter maps, key points summaries, highlighted clinical topics and treatment boxes and practice OSCEs and EMQs ✤ Features a ‘Symptom Sorter’, also available online, to help quickly determine which conditions should feature in your differential diagnoses READERSHIP: Medical students and junior doctors SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

JAN 2014 • 336PP • 978-0-470-65707-2 • PR • $45.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-14509-1

The Hands-on Guide to Practical Paediatrics REBECCA HEWITSON & CAROLINE FERTLEMAN Both at Whittington Hospital, London

✤ This down-to-earth, comprehensive and practical guide tells you everything you need to know about managing child patients from an author who's been there ✤ Includes practical procedures, prescribing, communication skills, clinical tips, the paediatric training programme, and paediatrics as a career ✤ Covers the developmental stages of children, common paediatric emergencies, ethical dilemmas, and child protection ✤ Supported by a companion website at www.wiley.com/go/hogpaediatrics featuring prescribing scenarios, videos demonstrating practical procedures, and a downloadable chart containing key values and information READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, paediatric trainees, GP and A&E trainees SERIES: HANDS-ON GUIDES

MAR 2014 • 292PP • 978-1-118-46352-9 • PR • $34.95

Evidence-Based Neonatal Infections DAVID ISAACS

Evidence-Based Neonatal Infections

✤ A Practical evidence-based guide to help the clinician with day-to-day decisions on the care of newborn babies with possible, probable or proven infections ✤ Considers clinical questions relevant to neonatologists, analyses the evidence and provides recommendations for optimum management of neonatal infectious diseases ✤ Includes guidance on the use of antibiotics and how to prevent infections and manage outbreaks READERSHIP: Neonatologists, pediatricians, trainees, specialist nurses; secondary: family doctors, microbiologists, infection control doctors SERIES: EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE

MAR 2014 • 224PP • 978-0-470-65460-6 • PR • $90.00

ABC of Domestic and Sexual Violence SUSAN BEWLEY & JAN WELCH Kings College London and NHS London, UK; King's College Hospital, London and South Thames Foundation School, London, UK

✤ An introductory guide to a difficult and sensitive subject area of Domestic and Sexual Violence ✤ Provides practical guidance on improving clinical skills and patient care ✤ Includes problem solving case-based scenarios with clinical tips on good practice and potential pitfalls ✤ Incorporates forthcoming NICE guidelines and meets the requirements of the Foundation Curriculum ✤ From a multidisciplinary team of contributors READERSHIP: General practitioners, accident and emergency, practice nurses, health visitors, midwives, social workers, primary and secondary care health care professionals SERIES: ABC SERIES

APR 2014 • 112PP • 978-1-118-48218-6 • PR • $34.95


PETER DONNELLY Deputy Dean, Wales Postgraduate Deanery, School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

✤ Short introductory text to principles and practice of interprofessional education ✤ Practical guidance on how interprofessional education can improve integrated care ✤ Relevant clinical case studies and practical examples ✤ Guidance to further reading and resources

How to Succeed at Interprofessional Educations

READERSHIP: Healthcare professionals, medical teachers and trainers, undergraduate and postgraduate medicine students

FEB 2014 • 148PP • 978-1-118-55881-2 • PR • $39.95

Searching Skills Toolkit Finding the Evidence 2nd Edition

CAROLINE DE BRÚN & NICOLA PEARCE-SMITH Clinical Support Librarian, University College London, UK; Information Scientist, Department of Knowledge and Information Science, Oxford, UK

✤ User-friendly, accessible format appeals to practitioners and students across health care professions ✤ Expanded teaching section with tips for helping students and professionals improve their searching skills ✤ Clear graphical layout with improved annotated screenshots ✤ New section on health management, quality improvement and cost effectiveness information sources, to support evidence-based management decision-making - aimed at commissioners, policy makers, and health managers READERSHIP: Health care professionals, commissioners, managers, researchers, librarians, and students SERIES: EBMT-EBM TOOLKIT SERIES

MAR 2014 • 152PP • 978-1-118-46313-0 • PR • $31.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-7888-4

Hemostasis and Thrombosis Practical Guidelines in Clinical Management

HUSSAIN I. SABA & HAROLD R. ROBERTS University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, FL, USA; University of North Carolina Medical School, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

✤ Provides practical clinical advice for all those dealing with coagulation, haemostasis and thrombosis ✤ Covers all aspects of the practical management of commonly encountered thrombotic and bleeding disorders, with emphasis on clinical diagnosis, treatment and day-to-day management

NEUROLOGY / GENERAL GENERA AL MEDICINE

How to Succeed at Interprofessional Education

Hemostasis and Thrombosis

✤ Discusses new and upcoming diagnostic and therapeutic modalities ✤ Written by world leading specialists contributing their expertise in succinct text and providing the latest guidance READERSHIP: Haematologists in training and in practice working in the fields of coagulation, haemostasis and thrombosis

MAR 2014 • 320PP • 978-0-470-67050-7 • PR • $105.00

Epilepsy JOHN W. MILLER & HOWARD P. GOODKIN ✤ Epilepsy is a controllable but chronic set of conditions characterized by seizures. The nature of the symptoms, and the associated health concerns and comorbities, means the general neurologist needs practical guidance on diagnosis, treatment and disease monitoring ✤ Epilepsy, as part of the Neurology in Practice series, has been designed to offer just those practical benefits to the general neurologist ✤ Includes short, sharp chapters jam packed with clinical insights guide you to The basic of epilepsy, Working up seizures and epilepsy, Antiepileptic Medications, Pediatric epilepsy, Adult epilepsy, Emergency epilepsy, Comorbidity and mortality of epilepsy ✤ Clinical in approach, practical in execution, Epilepsy helps you better manage your patients’ seizures READERSHIP: Neurologists and neurology trainees

MAR 2014 • 252PP • 978-1-118-45694-1 • PR • $120.00

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NEUROLOGY / CARDIOLOGY / GASTROENTEROLOGY

Non-Alzheimer's Dementia MICHAEL GESCHWIND & CAROLINE RACINE Associate Professor of Neurology, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF); Clinical Neuropsychologist, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF)

Non-Alzheimer's Dementia

✤ This important book helps neurologists and psychiatrists to be more aware of the many different forms of dementia ✤ Will enable physicians to diagnose and manage sufferers, and their families, as individually and humanely as possible ✤ Includes case studies and a companion website with videos ✤ World-renowned Editorial team READERSHIP: Neurologists and psychiatrists

MAY 2014 • 252PP • 978-1-444-33624-5 • CL • $149.95

Manual of Research Techniques in Cardiovascular Medicine HUSSEIN ARDEHALI, DOUGLAS LOSORDO & ROBERTO BOLLI Northwestern University, Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute, Chicago, USA; Northwestern University, Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute, Chicago, USA ; Institute of Molecular Cardiology, University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA

✤ Reviews the must-know techniques, methods, analyses, models and measurements of research in cardiovascular medicine in a practical, “how-to-do-it” approach ✤ Each technique and method is covered with an explanation of when and why to select with step by step instructions as to why each step is important; what can go wrong; how to trouble shoot and correct errors ✤ Each chapter contains illustrative figures to further reinforce the key components or steps of each method covered ✤ A companion website includes video clips to support the discussion of particularly challenging techniques, for example animal surgical procedures READERSHIP: Cardiovascular researchers, Cardiovasular graduate trainees, fellowship-level researchers, clinical investigators, laboratory technicians, professionals in the pharmaceutical and device industries

FEB 2014 • 464PP • 978-0-470-67269-3 • CL • $164.95

Pediatric Cardiology The Essential Pocket Guide 3rd Edition

WALTER H. JOHNSON & JAMES H. MOLLER

Pediatric Cardiology

University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

✤ A unique and concise overview of heart disease in children appropriate for all members of the multidisciplinary team of professionals who care for pediatric cardiac patients ✤ Topics covered include preventive cardiology and health promotion, heart disease in the neonate and in special populations, congenital cardiac malformation, acquired cardiac conditions, and congestive heart failure ✤ Addresses the important and growing concern of diagnosing heart disease and cardiac problems in pediatric care ✤ Fully updated with coverage of the latest guidelines and treatment options READERSHIP: Pediatric cardiologists, pediatric cardiology fellows, pediatricians, pediatric fellows, residents, PAs and NPs in pediatrics and pediatric cardiology, pediatric nurses, and neonatologists

MAR 2014 • 396PP • 978-1-118-50340-9 • PR • $79.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-7818-1

Mount Sinai Expert Guides Gastroenterology

BRUCE E. SANDS The Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, USA

✤ Rapid-reference format, with liberal use of management algorithms, potential pitfall boxes, key weblinks, bulleted key points and short, accessible clinical info ✤ Covers the major GI diseases/symptoms in one highly clinical, convenient book − perfect for residents and fellows in training ✤ Companion website contains video clips, case studies, MCQs for self-assessment, patient advice, and ICD codes ✤ Outstanding editor team, led by Bruce Sands, who heads up the division of gastroenterology at Mount Sinai READERSHIP: Trainees in gastroenterology

APR 2014 • 432PP • 978-1-118-51996-7 • PR • $89.95

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Hepatology

JAWAD AHMAD, SCOTT L. FRIEDMAN & HENRYK DANCYGIER Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, USA

✤ Rapid-reference format, with liberal use of management algorithms, potential pitfall boxes, key weblinks, bulleted key points and short, accessible clinical info ✤ Covers the major Hepatology diseases/symptoms in one highly clinical, convenient book − perfect for residents and fellows in training ✤ Companion website contains video clips, case studies, MCQs for self-assessment, patient advice, and ICD codes ✤ Outstanding editor team, led by Scott Friedman, who heads up the division of liver disease at Mount Sinai READERSHIP: Trainees in gastroenterology and hepatology

JAN 2014 • 600PP • 978-1-118-51734-5 • PR • $79.95

Practical Approach to Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition DEIRDRE KELLY, RONALD BREMNER, JANE HARTLEY & DIANA FLYNN University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK; Birmingham Children's Hospital, Birmingham, UK; Birmingham Children's Hospital, Birmingham, UK; Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow, UK

✤ Focuses on symptoms and age groups to help trainees diagnose and treat the most common ailments affecting the health of infants and children worldwide ✤ Organized into three sections − GI, Hepatology and Nutrition ✤ Uses short, bulleted text, key points, weblinks, "potential pitfalls" boxes, and management algorithms for each symptom ✤ Society guidelines referenced throughout READERSHIP: Speciality trainees/junior doctors and nurses in: gastroenterology, hepatology, pediatrics and nutrition/food science

FEB 2014 • 256PP • 978-0-470-67314-0 • PR • $79.95

Hypoglycaemia in Clinical Diabetes BRIAN M. FRIER, SIMON HELLER & RORY MCCRIMMON Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK; University of Dundee, Dundee, UK

✤ Most comprehensive book on hypoglycaemia ✤ New chapters include: Psychological effects of hypoglycaemia; Technology for hypoglycaemia: CSII and CGM; Exercise management and hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes; and Neurological sequelae of hypoglycaemia ✤ Clinically-focused − perfect for managing diabetic patients ✤ International − covers both ADA and EASD guidelines ✤ Editors are world-leading in the field − Simon Heller, is a world-famous diabetologist and former Editor of Diabetic Medicine READERSHIP: Diabetologists, endocrinologists, non-specialist physicians and general practitioners

JAN 2014 • 408PP • 978-0-470-67200-6 • CL • $119.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01844-6

Acne Causes and Practical Management

F. WILLIAM DANBY ✤ Covers all acne presentations ✤ Holistic view of causes ✤ Preventative and curative approaches to treatment ✤ Medical and surgical components to management ✤ Enables dermatologists and trainees to properly diagnose, prevent and treat acne using the most widely available approaches to understanding causation and treatment options READERSHIP: Primary: dermatologists and dermatology trainees; secondary: general and family practitioners, gynecologists, cosmetic surgeons

MAY 2014 • 288PP • 978-1-118-23277-4 • CL • $125.00

Acne

DERMATOLOGY / ENDOCRINOLOGY / GASTROENTEROLOGY

Mount Sinai Expert Guides

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DERMATOLOGY

Botulinum Toxins in Dermatology Cosmetic and Clinical Applications

JOEL L. COHEN ✤ Best practice on the contemporary use of botulinum toxin in combination with other therapies ✤ Includes a DVD to illustrate how toxins should be used for best results for patients in a range of situations ✤ Practical and comprehensive - toxins, applications and techniques READERSHIP: Dermatologists and trainee dermatologists

MAY 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-444-33825-6 • CL • $199.95

Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice PATRICIA K. FARRIS Medical Director, Old Metairie Dermatology, New Orleans and Assistant Clinical Professor, Tulane University Medical School

✤ Offers a no-nonsense guide to defusing the confusion around an increasing number of combinations of pharmaeceutical and cosmetic products ✤ Emphasis on practical applications with easy-access summary features ✤ New concepts on moisturization, barrier repair and their role in disease prevention ✤ Innovative cosmeceuticals based on newly defined anti-aging strategies: sirtuin activation, antiglycation and stem cell technology ✤ Penetration enhancing techniques such as galvanics, ionophoresis and skin needling READERSHIP: Primary: dermatologists and dermatology trainees Secondary: plastic surgeons and gynecologists

JAN 2014 • 312PP • 978-1-118-38483-1 • CL • $140.00

Evidence-Based Dermatology MRI of the Hand and Wrist in Children 3rd Edition

Evidence-Based Dermatology

HYWEL WILLIAMS, MICHAEL BIGBY, ANDREW HERXHEIMER, LUIGI NALDI, BERTHOLD RZANY, ROBERT DELLAVALLE, YUPING RAN & MASUTAKA FURUE Queen's Medical Centre, University of Nottingham, UK; Harvard Medical School, US; UK Cochrane Centre; Department of Dermatology, Ospedali Riuniti, Bergamo; Klinik fur Dermatologie, Charite-Universitatsmedizin, Berlin, Germany; Denver VA Medical Center, US; Sichuan University, China; Kyushu University, Japan

✤ Comprehensive coverage of all major and many minor skin conditions ✤ Easy to navigate with a standard question-based approach ✤ Toolbox' section introduces and explains principles of critical appraisal ✤ Key Points boxes in every chapter summarise best treatment recommendations READERSHIP: Practising dermatologists and dermatologists in training Secondary: general practitioners and medical students SERIES: EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE

MAR 2014 • 756PP • 978-1-118-35767-5 • CL • $310.00

Fat Removal MATTHEW AVRAM Assistant Professor of Dermatoloy at Harvard Medical School

✤ Offers a practical approach to implementing fat removal ✤ Includes both invasive and non-invasive techniques ✤ Written by one of the world's leading dermatologists READERSHIP: Cosmetic dermatologists, plastic surgeons, aesthetic medical practitioners

MAY 2014 • 252PP • 978-1-444-33428-9 • CL • $149.95

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ANTHONY BEWLEY, RUTH TAYLOR, JASON REICHENBERG & MICHELLE MAGID ✤ Covers the diagnosis and management of psychiatric diseases presented to dermatologists (eg delusional infestation) and cutaneous diseases of patients who have a psycho-social disease (eg, a patient with psoriasis who feels depressed or even suicidal) ✤ A simple, comprehensive, practical and up-to-date guide that involves the management of patients' skin as well as their minds

Practical Psychodermatology

✤ Brings together the knowledge of psychotropic medication uncommon among dermatologists, and the knowledge of dermatology care uncommon among psychiatrists ✤ Reference and website section at the end of each chapter for more in depth study READERSHIP: Primary: trainees and qualified dermatologists, psychiatrists, psychologists Secondary: pediatricians, child and adolescent psychiatrists, trichologists

MAR 2014 • 250PP • 978-1-118-56068-6 • CL • $124.95

Psoriasis Diagnosis and Management

WOLFRAM STERRY, ROBERT SABAT & SANDRA PHILIPP ✤ Practical guide on diagnosing and managing all patient psoriatic related ailments ✤ Clinical features and etiology cover the range of individual patient experiences

Psoriasis

✤ 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 • $100.00

Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatology DESIREE S. RATNER, JOEL L. COHEN & DAVID BRODLAND ✤ Provides step-by-step case studies published in Dermatologic Surgery, the journal of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) ✤ Introduces the principles of reconstruction following dermatologic surgery ✤ Presents a range of 'how to' approaches for surgery such as the choice of graft for the situation and the surgical approaches necessary to achieve optimal success

Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatology

✤ Highly illustrated and ASDS approved READERSHIP: Trainees and newly qualified dermatologists and plastic surgeons

MAY 2014 • 352PP • 978-1-118-27232-9 • CL • $189.95

AntiMicrobe Cards MARK PEPPLER ✤ Offer a quick, concise review of 120 of the most commonly used antibiotics ✤ Cover four categories of antimicrobial agents: antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals, and antiparasitics ✤ Employ icons and color coding to facilitate instant recognition of target organisms, the spectrum of activity, and the route of administration; increase retention ✤ Provide consistent information on each card to allow for easy comparison of antimicrobials MAR 2014 • 120PP • 978-1-555-81394-9 • PR • $27.50

AntiMicrobe Cards

IINFECTIOUS NFECTIOUS DISEASES & MICROBIOLOGY / DERM DERMATOLOGY OLOGY

Practical Psychodermatology

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NUTRITION / PATHOLOGY / RADIOLOGY

Diet and Nutrition for Gastrointestinal Disease MIRANDA LOMER Honorary Senior Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences, King’s College London, UK

Diet and Nutrition for Gastrointestinal Disease

✤ First book in a new series endorsed by the British Dietetic Association ✤ Builds on the foundations of the Manual of Dietetic Practice ✤ Authoritative review of the evidence-base ✤ Each chapter follows standard format for easy practical reference READERSHIP: Primary: Qualified dietitians and nutritionists working within gastroenterology, postgraduate students Secondary: Doctors, nurses and other health professionals working in gastroenterology

MAR 2014 • 288PP • 978-0-470-67132-0 • PR • $61.99

Manual of Dietetic Practice 5th Edition

JOAN GANDY Freelance Dietitian and Visiting Researcher, University of Hertfordshire, Herts, UK

Manual of Dietetic Practice

✤ Indispensable textbook for dietitians and students ✤ Major revisions and updates throughout ✤ Covers both the theory of nutrition and its practical application ✤ Format is suitable for both quick reference and comprehensive study READERSHIP: Dietitians in training and in pracitce

APR 2014 • 1104PP • 978-0-470-65622-8 • CL • $120.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3525-2

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

A. NEIL CROWSON, CYNTHIA M. MAGRO & MARTIN C. MIHM ✤ First edition was hugely successful, with glowing reviews ✤ The most comprehensive single-source treatment of melanocytic proliferation available today, now in an exciting new edition ✤ Offers three completely new chapters: Staging of Melanoma, Dermoscopy and its relationship to the histomorphology of select pigmented lesions, and Confocal microscopy of melanoma subtypes ✤ Provides over 200 new colour images, making the total full colour images over 600 ✤ Thoroughly revised to reflect the very latest studies and clinical experience in diagnosing and treating melanocytic proliferation READERSHIP: All clinical pathologists, dermatopathologists, surgical pathologists, dermatologists, cosmetic physicians and surgeons

JAN 2014 • 512PP • 978-0-470-56155-3 • CL • $299.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-25271-9

MRI of the Hand and Wrist in Children Age Determination and Disease Processes A Text-Atlas

ERNESTO TOMEI, RICHARD C. SEMELKA & DANIEL NISSMAN University of North Carolina School of Medicine

MRI of the Hand and Wrist in Children

✤ Comprehensive review of medical, legal, and social aspects of bone age assessment ✤ In-depth discussion of MRI as an alternative to the traditional ionizing radiation-based radiographic techniques for the assessment of bone age ✤ Provides complete guidelines for clinical application of these MRI-based techniques in a diverse population ✤ Provides “recipes” for replicating these techniques and applications for their patient populations ✤ Cutting –edge information prepared and presented by an international team of experts ✤ Superb collection of high-quality images, beautifully reproduced READERSHIP: Radiologists, pediatricians, endocrinologists, sports medicine physicians, Epidemiologists, public health officials and researchers, family physicians, attorneys specializing in adoption SERIES: CURRENT CLINICAL IMAGING

JAN 2014 • 192PP • 978-1-118-69227-1 • CL • $149.95

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KAREN LAW & ALIZA LIPSON Emory School of Medicine, Atlanta, US; Emory School of Medicine, Atlanta, US

✤ First dedicated Rheumatology Board Review book available ✤ Authored by Rheumatology Fellows, for Rheumatology Fellows and all Rheumatologists who need a concise certification and recertification resource ✤ Highlights the latest advances and new standards of care, supported by current citations in the medical literature ✤ Each chapter employs an outline format to efficiently convey a maximum amount of material, accented by simple schematics, radiographs, and tables when necessary READERSHIP: Rheumatology Fellows studying for the Rheumatology Boards and Licensed Rheumatologists re-certifying their Board Licensure, practicing rheumatologists who need to recertify, Rheumatology residents Comprehensive Rheumatology Board Review is an up-to-date, detailed, yet concise board review book in Rheumatology aimed at rheumatology fellows and recertifying attending physicians

FEB 2014 • 208PP • 978-1-118-12791-9 • PR • $74.95

Transplant Administration LISS NORRIS ✤ A unique reference − the first of its kind for professionals who lead and manage organ transplant programs ✤ Comprehensively covers all aspects of transplant program administration, including management, finance, staffing, resource allocation, patient intake, communication and collaboration with clinical staff, and more ✤ Accompanying "Toolkit" on book's companion website provides forms, a procedural manual, program assessment materials and more which buyers can adapt for use in their own program READERSHIP: Transplant administrators, hospital administrators, transplant surgeons, health policy-makers

APR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-34663-1 • CL • $195.00

Managing Pain in Children A Clinical Guide for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals 2nd Edition

ALISON TWYCROSS, STEPHANIE DOWDEN & JENNIFER STINSON London South Bank University, London, UK; Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Perth, Western Australia; The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

✤ An evidence-based, practical guide to care in all areas of children's pain management ✤ Includes relevant anatomy and physiology, the latest policy guidelines surrounding pain management, and ethical issues involved in managing children's pain ✤ Explores pain assessment tools and non-drug methods of pain relief ✤ Concepts applied to practice in relation to acute pain, chronic pain, palliative care and procedural pain READERSHIP: Nurses and health care practitioners working with children and young people; newly qualified child nurses; students on the later years of child nursing pre-registration programmes

NOV 2013 • 296PP • 978-0-470-67054-5 • PR • $55.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-6894-6

Nursing Law and Ethics 4th Edition

JOHN TINGLE & ALAN CRIBB

NURSING / TRANSPLANTATION / RHEUMATOLOGY

Rheumatology Board Review

King's College, London; Univ. of Manchester, UK

✤ Written by experts in the field and includes contributions from leading nurses, lawyers and ethicists ✤ New fully updated edition of a successful textbook for nurses ✤ Aimed specifically at the nursing market ✤ Brings law and ethics together in one volume to emphasise both what the law is and how to apply it READERSHIP: Qualified nurses; nursing students A new edition of a successful textbook that uniquely explores both the law and ethics of nursing practice

JUN 2013 • 432PP • 978-0-470-67137-5 • PR • $46.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3228-2

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NURSING / DENTISTRY

Rapid Infection Control Nursing SHONA ROSS & SARAH FURROWS Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, London, UK; Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, London, UK

✤ A pocket-sized, rapid reference book full of practical advice on preventing and controlling infection ✤ Aimed specifically at frontline clinical staff ✤ Easy to locate practical information quickly ✤ Provides an A-Z compendium of over 40 common infections, each entry covering how the infection is spread, duration of infection period, key precautions, staff and visitor considerations, and patient transfer advice READERSHIP: Hospital staff, especially ward nurses and bed managers; nursing home staff; practice nurses in primary care; community infection control nurses; nursing students. A concise, pocket-sized, A-Z rapid reference handbook on infection control aimed at clinical nursing staff SERIES: RAPID

JAN 2014 • 192PP • 978-1-118-34246-6 • PR • $27.50

Care Skills for Nurses CLAIRE BOYD Practice Development Trainer, North Bristol NHS Trust

✤ An easy-to-read, quick-reference guide to all the key care skills students need to know ✤ Provides words of wisdom and advice from real-life student nurses ✤ Clear, straightforward, and jargon-free ✤ Ties in with the NMC standards for pre-registration education and the Essential Skills Clusters READERSHIP: Pre-registration nursing students, primarily in year 1; nursing students on top-up degrees; newly qualified nurses; assistant practitioners; healthcare assistants SERIES: STUDENT SURVIVAL SKILLS

NOV 2013 • 216PP • 978-1-118-65738-6 • PR • $15.99

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics Indications, Insights, and Innovations

SUNIL KAPILA University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 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. The only clinical resource for information and case studies on cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in orthodontic practice

JAN 2014 • 386PP • 978-1-118-44848-9 • CL • $174.99

Cone Beam Computed Tomography Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnosis and Applications

DAVID SARMENT Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology; Private Practice, Alexandria, VA, USA

✤ Chapters written by leading experts in each subject area ✤ Clinically focused ✤ High-quality photographs and CBCT radiographs READERSHIP: Dental practitionersgeneral dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists, orthodontists, endodontists; residents in advanced dental programs; radiologists

JAN 2014 • 296PP • 978-0-470-96140-7 • PR • $TBA

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3rd Edition

EDWARD F. WRIGHT University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, USA

✤ Provides frequently asked questions, quick consults, technical tops and focal points ✤ Detailed discussion of TMD, disorders that mimic TMD, and effective therapy options ✤ Case scenarios promote clinical reasoning skills for solving TMD problems

Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders

✤ Includes a CD featuring a patient questionnaire and educational handouts (editable with Microsoft Word), a 635-slide TMD course presentation (editable with PowerPoint) and student manual(editable with Microsoft Word) READERSHIP: Residents in general dentistry, practicing general dentists, undergraduate dental students, Residents and specialists in orofacial pain, restorative dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics and orthodontics

MAR 2014 • 464PP • 978-1-118-50269-3 • PR • $TBA

Manual of Diagnostic Cytology of the Dog and Cat JOHN K. DUNN Senior Clinical Pathologist at Axiom Veterinary Laboratories, UK

✤ A quick reference manual for the busy veterinarian in first opinion practice, helping save both time and money on referral of samples to diagnostic labs ✤ Describes techniques for obtaining good quality cytological specimens, and guides the reader through the interpretation of cytological findings ✤ Created to be used alongside the microscope, hundreds of high quality colour photos will help identify normal cell types and abnormal cytology

VETERINA / DENTIST VETERINARY DENTISTRY

Manual of Temporomandibular Disorders

✤ Covering indications for cytological investigation, collection techniques and the evaluation and interpretation of findings, this concise manual will be the go-to resource READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice

MAR 2014 • 368PP • 978-0-470-65870-3 • PR • $64.99

Veterinary Allergy CHIARA NOLI, AIDEN P. FOSTER & WAYNE ROSENKRANTZ Referral Veterinary Dermatologist, Italy; Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency, UK; Animal Dermatology Clinics, United States

✤ The first comprehensive, high quality reference dealing with all aspects of veterinary allergy in all species and all body systems involved with allergy ✤ Providing solid breadth and excellent depth of coverage, it deals with the immunopathology of the various allergic conditions as well as with clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment of veterinary allergic diseases ✤ Focusing on evidence-based medicine and science, high level detail suitable for specialists and researchers is fully referenced throughout ✤ The editors are respected as world-wide experts in the field and every chapter is written by an expert in that particular topic READERSHIP: Veterinary clinicians in first opinion practice, specialists in veterinary dermatology, gastroenterology, internal medicine, and immunology as well as specialists-in-training in those fields and veterinary students

JAN 2014 • 456PP • 978-0-470-67241-9 • CL • $199.99

Animals in Research An Introduction to Welfare and Ethics

ROBERT HUBRECHT Deputy Scientific Director of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW), UK.

✤ Published as part of the prestigious Wiley-Blackwell − UFAW Animal Welfare series ✤ A complete and balanced overview of the issues surrounding the use of animals in scientific research, with a focus on animal welfare implications and ethics of animals in research

Animals in Research

✤ Covers the topics with sufficient depth to show a real understanding of varied and complex subjects, but conveys the information in a beautifully reader-friendly manner ✤ Provides those who are not working in the field with a reasonable understanding as to why and how animals are used in research READERSHIP: For those who intend to work in research involving animals, prospective animal care staff and animal welfare scientists, and those involved in ethical review of animal research SERIES: UFAW/ WILEY BLACKWELL ANIMAL WELFARE

APR 2014 • 300PP • 978-1-119-96707-1 • PR • $54.99

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ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION & EVOLUTION / ECOLOGY

Advances in Evolutionary Developmental Biology J. TODD STREELMAN Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤ Expands the now-mature science of evo-devo into more complex areas of research, including evo-devo of social systems, evo-devo and systems biology, and quantitative evo-devo, among others ✤ Offers viewpoints of a diverse and well-balanced group of field experts ✤ Acts as a go-to source for ideas and hypotheses for a new generation of postgraduate students in evolutionary and developmental biology ✤ Presented in stunning full colour READERSHIP: Postgraduates, postdocs, and scientists working in the field of evolutionary development, postdocs and scientists working in the major biological disciplines of genomics, evolutionary biology, and developmental biology

NOV 2013 • 264PP • 978-1-118-13111-4 • PR • $149.95

Millennial Ecosystem Dynamics RICHARD BRADSHAW & MARTIN SYKES University of Liverpool, UK; Lund University, Sweden

Millennial Ecosystem Dynamics

✤ Unites key aspects of earth science and bioscience in an innovative and relevant manner ✤ Showcases a unique long-time scale of the last 10,000 years, placing modern ecosystems in a dynamic perspective ✤ Provides palaeodata-model comparisons to test the ecosystem models used to forecast future conditions ✤ Features global case studies in the full-colour layout including tables, figures, and photographs of vegetation and complex colour maps for clarity and to facilitate learning READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates of geography, geology, environmental sciences, conservation, ecology, biology, and paleoecology, practitioners, researchers, government agency scientists, and advisors

MAR 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-119-97077-4 • PR • $99.95 / 978-1-119-97076-7 • CL • $145.00

Marine Conservation Science, Policy, and Management

G. CARLETON RAY & JERRY MCCORMICK-RAY Both from University of Virginia, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive marine conservation biology text that emphasises best practice ✤ Includes text boxes and detailed case studies written by some of the top marine conservation biologists in the world ✤ Features works which are fully international in scope ✤ Provides full-colour illustrations, downloadable from a companion website READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates of marine biology, marine sciences, marine conservation, biological oceanography, conservation science, fisheries science, and fisheries conservation

JAN 2014 • 368PP • 978-1-405-19347-4 • PR • $79.95 / 978-1-118-71444-7 • CL • $149.95

Essentials of Ecology 4th Edition

COLIN R. TOWNSEND

Essentials of Ecology

✤ Benefits from an accessible, state-of-the-art format, utilizing new four-colour artwork and a range of pedagogical features ✤ Outlines the essential principles of ecology from the theoretical fundamentals to their practical applications ✤ Student features include: key concepts; “unanswered questions” sections; history boxes outlining key landmarks in the development of ecology; quantitative boxes explaining mathematical aspects of ecology; chapter-by chapter review questions; and “topical concerns” boxes highlighting ethical, social and political questions in ecology READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in Introductory Ecology courses

JAN 2014 • 480PP • 978-0-470-90913-3 • PR • $109.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-5658-5

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JOSEP LLORET, GEORGIY SHULMAN & R. MALCOLM LOVE University of Girona, Spain; National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine; Formerly of Torry Reseach Station, UK

✤ Provides comprehensive information on assessment of fish health, its impact, and relationship to the marine environment ✤ Features the works of Professor Shulman, recognised as one of the world's leading figures in this subject ✤ Offers commercially important information for fisheries managers ✤ Discusses a key aspect of the holistic approach to fisheries management READERSHIP: Fisheries managers, fisheries scientists, fish biologists, fish disease workers, fish veterinarians, marine biologists, environmental scientists, ecologists, personnel involved in the aquaculture industry

JAN 2014 • 312PP • 978-0-470-67024-8 • CL • $199.95

Seafood Processing Technology, Quality and Safety

IOANNIS S. BOZIARIS University of Thessaly, Greece

✤ Features as part of the IFST Advances in Food Science series, co-published with the Institute of Food Science and Technology of the United Kingdom ✤ Covers the major aspects of concern to the seafood industry, namely technology, quality, and safety of processed seafood with coverage of novel and potential future processing technologies for the seafood industry ✤ Showcases the works of contributors drawn from Europe, Japan, and South East Asia ✤ Discusses the role of food processors in the wider seafood industry embroiled in the controversy in the media over overfishing and discards READERSHIP: Food processors and distributors, food scientists and technologists, food regulatory agencies, food industry personnel, academia/ libraries, IFST members, food product developers SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 518PP • 978-1-118-34621-1 • CL • $199.95

Bioactive Compounds from Marine Foods Plant and Animal Sources

BLANCA HERNÁNDEZ-LEDESMA & MIGUEL HERRERO Both from Institute for Research in Food Science, Spain

✤ Features as part of the IFST Advances in Food Science series, co-published with the Institute of Food Science and Technology of the United Kingdom ✤ Describes how compounds derived from marine plants and animals can be used as functional, disease-fighting ingredients in food products ✤ Gathers together and reviews the substantial quantity of current research in this fast-moving and commercially valuable sector of food and nutrition science ✤ Enables food scientists and product developers to investigate and select the appropriate marinederived functional ingredient for specific food products READERSHIP: Food scientists, technologists, and engineers in academia, industry, and government, marketing and R&D professionals in the food industry, functional foods and nutraceuticals companies, food safety and biosecurity managers SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 432PP • 978-1-118-41284-8 • CL • $199.95

Food Texture Design and Optimization YADUNANDAN DAR & JOSEPH LIGHT Both from Ingredion Incorporated, USA

✤ Features as part of the IFST Advances in Food Science series, co-published with the Institute of Food Science and Technology of the United Kingdom ✤ Offers practical solutions to the complex and varied problems encountered in designing, measuring and optimising food texture ✤ Provides insightful case studies on formulating products from a broad array of application segments ✤ Addresses advances in formulation science as well as sensory/instrumental measurement READERSHIP: Food product developers and food formulators, Research and development professionals in the food industry, Sensory and consumer research practitioners, Food ingredient suppliers, Food and cereal chemists SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 464PP • 978-0-470-67242-6 • CL • $199.95

Seafood Processing

FOOD F OOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY / AQUACULTURE E & FISHERIES

Condition and Health Indicators of Exploited Marine Fishes

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Oats Nutrition and Technology YIFANG CHU PepsiCo R&D Nutrition, USA

✤ Gathers current information on processing, nutrition, health claims, world markets, and more in oats and oat products ✤ Covers the chemistry, structure, and processing of oats ✤ Reviews the extensive research into the health benefits of oats, especially heart health ✤ Examines the role of oats with regard to diabetes, obesity, weight management, gut health, and more READERSHIP: Food scientists, cereal technologists, plant breeders, food chemists, food technologists, food and nutrition professionals in academia, industry, and governmental and regulatory agencies, food marketers, product developers, consultants

JAN 2014 • 456PP • 978-1-118-35411-7 • CL • $199.95

Olive Oil Sensory Science ERMINIO MONTELEONE & SUSAN LANGSTAFF University of Florence, Italy; Applied Sensory, USA

✤ Focuses on olive oil sensory science and presents techniques essential for successful product development and marketing in this growing and increasingly international sector ✤ Discusses the unique application of food sensory methods to olive oil assessment and consumer testing ✤ Looks at the differences in properties of olive oil from all the major producing regions ✤ Showcases the works of European and US editors who lead an international team of expert authors READERSHIP: Food science, agriculture, and nutrition academic institutions, olive oil producers and growers, R&D scientists, product developers, marketers, food manufacturers, postgraduates and academics in food and culinary science

JAN 2014 • 402PP • 978-1-118-33252-8 • CL • $199.95

Sustainable Food Processing BRIJESH K. TIWARI, TOMAS NORTON & NICHLOAS M. HOLDEN Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; Harper Adams University College, UK; University College Dublin, Ireland

✤ Serves as the most comprehensive single-volume reference book for those seeking insights into sustainable food processing covering all the key sectors and issues ✤ Focuses on sustainability in a particular context, either a sector, a process, or an issue ✤ Combines thorough treatment of the concept and principles of sustainability with richly detailed applied examples from across all the major sectors of the food industry ✤ Contributors include a combination of leading academic and industrial experts, to provide informed and industrially relevant perspectives on these topics READERSHIP: Food scientists working in industry, researchers, food processing companies, food engineers, policy-makers, postgraduates and lecturers in sustainability issues and/or food processing

JAN 2014 • 576PP • 978-0-470-67223-5 • CL • $235.00

The Chemistry of Food JAN VELISEK Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic

✤ Serves as a vital all-in-one reference book supported by a suite of online resources ✤ Contains complete and fully up-to-date information on food chemistry, from principles through to applications ✤ Showcases the works of Professor Velisek, an internationally recognised leading authority on food chemistry, translated from his successful Czech language edition ✤ Features several hundred diagrams and tables, and nearly 2,000 chemical structures, allowing the reader to visualise the subject as never before READERSHIP: Students, teachers, food technologists, nutritionists, and those who are interested in healthy nutrition, distribution sector workers, food industry, research institutes

MAR 2014 • 1192PP • 978-1-118-38381-0 • PR • $95.00 / 978-1-118-38384-1 • CL • $235.00

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Biodiversity and Taxonomy

WILHELM H. HOLZAPFEL & BRIAN WOOD Handong Global University, South Korea; Oxford Brookes University, UK

✤ Presents the taxonomy, biochemistry, physiology, and molecular biology of these scientifically and commercially important micro-organisms

Lactic Acid Bacteria

✤ Covers every recognised genus and species including new species identified through new techniques ✤ Contains information that will help enable the fullest exploitation of the industrial, nutritional, and medical applications of these organisms READERSHIP: Research scientists, biochemists, and microbiologists working in the food and fermentation industries and in research institutions, advanced students of food science and technology

JAN 2014 • 624PP • 978-1-444-33383-1 • CL • $235.00

Functional Foods and Dietary Supplements Processing Effects and Health Benefits

ATHAPOL NOOMHORM, IMRAN AHMAD & ANIL K. ANAL All from the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

✤ Examines food processing effects on functional foods from an Asian origin which are rapidly gaining acceptance and growing in demand the world over ✤ Functional foods contain bioactive components, either from plant or animal sources, which can have health benefits for the consumer

Functional Foods and Dietary Supplements

✤ Offers techniques and information valuable to the food processing sector ✤ Features the works of editors with a wealth of experience in food processing and functional foods READERSHIP: Companies, research institutions, and universities active in the areas of food processing and agri-food environment, food scientists and engineers, environmentalists, food regulatory agencies, food industry personnel, academia

JAN 2014 • 514PP • 978-1-118-22787-9 • CL • $199.95

Fats in Food Technology 2nd Edition

KANES RAJAH Royal Agricultural University, UK

✤ Discusses the roles and behaviours of fats in food technology and the benefits that they impart to consumers ✤ Deals with fats that are naturally present in foods such as milk fat in cheese, or fats that have been added to improve physical and chemical properties such as cocoa butter in chocolate ✤ Contains useful information on the market issues that have driven change and the disciplines that have helped to regulate the trade and use of fats and oils in food technology READERSHIP: Scientists in the dairy, bakery, confectionery, and wider food industries as well those involved in the production of edible oils

JAN 2014 • 391PP • 978-1-405-19542-3 • CL • $199.95

Translational Genomics for Crop Breeding 2 Volume Set

RAJEEV VARSHNEY ✤ Wide-ranging coverage of the translation of genomic advances to practical crop breeding programs

Fats in Food Technology

PLANT SCIENCE E / FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY TE ECHNOLOGY

Lactic Acid Bacteria

✤ Reviews advances across a variety of key agronomic crops ✤ Volumes can stand alone or make a comprehensive two-volume reference ✤ Volume one: Biotic Stress focuses on improving crops in the face of a wide variety of biotic stressors, including viruses, fungal infections, and crop diseases, and volume two, Abiotic Stress, Yield, and Quality focuses on issues of abiotic stressors as well as efforts to improve overall crop quality and yield DEC 2013 • 925PP • 978-1-118-76024-6 • CL • $159.95 Individual ISBNs: Volume One: 978-0-470-96290-9 Volume Two: 978-0-470-96291-6

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PLANT SCIENCE / EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Climate Change and Abiotic Stress Tolerance 2 Volume Set

NARENDRA TUTEJA & SARVAJEET SINGH GILL Both from International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, India

✤ Deals with one of the top challenges of the 21st century; the effect of increasing global temperatures on crop productivity ✤ Showcases contributions from a global team of authors ✤ Offers excellent coverage of molecular and cell biology based approaches on increasing crop productivity ✤ Forward looking, the book is focused on solutions and an indispensable help for the agro-industry, policy makers and academia READERSHIP: Agricultural scientists, students of agriculture, plant physiologists, plant breeders, botanists, biotechnologists, climatologists

JAN 2014 • 312PP • 978-3-527-33491-9 • CL • $389.95

Temperature and Plant Development KEARA FRANKLIN & PHILIP WIGGE University of Bristol, UK; University of Cambridge, UK

Temperature and Plant Development

✤ Provides a timely overview of the importance of temperature to plants, including how plants sense temperature and temperature as an informational signal ✤ Includes a chapter on predicted effects of global climate change on crop production and ecosystems ✤ Incorporates chapters on temperature and plant disease, light signalling crosstalk, and temperature and the circadian clock ✤ Reviews developmental adaptations to both cold and warm environments READERSHIP: Plant biologists, plant physiologists, geneticists, cell biologists, crop science researchers, developmental biologists, postgraduates in plant science, plant development, and physiology

FEB 2014 • 206PP • 978-1-118-30820-2 • CL • $199.95

Molecular Mechanisms of Photosynthesis 2nd Edition

ROBERT E. BLANKENSHIP Arizona State University, USA

✤ Represents a fully revised and expanded edition of what is widely considered the authoritative introduction to the field of molecular photosynthesis ✤ Showcases the writings of a leading authority in the field, being the past president of the International Society of Photosynthesis Research and Editor-in-Chief of Photosynthesis Research for many years ✤ Stresses an interdisciplinary approach, which appeals to all science students ✤ Presents complex topics in an accessible manner through a clear writing style and good illustrations READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and beginning postgraduates in biochemistry, biophysics, and plant biology

FEB 2014 • 388PP • 978-1-405-18975-0 • PR • $79.95 / 978-1-405-18976-7 • CL • $149.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-04321-7

Critical Metals Handbook GUS GUNN British Geological Survey, UK

✤ Offers review and synthesis of the occurrence and strategic importance of critical metals ✤ Deals with each of the key metals in a separate chapter ✤ Does not assume high level of geological knowledge ✤ This title is co-published with the British Geological survey READERSHIP: Professionals working in the exploration and mining sectors, mining finance and investment, and mineral processing and manufacturing

JAN 2014 • 496PP • 978-0-470-67171-9 • CL • $149.95

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Principles and Practice

RICHARD O. MINES & LAURA W. LACKEY Mercer University, USA; Mercer University, USA

✤ Fills the gap between traditional science-focused introductory texts and those suitable for senior to postgraduate-level engineering students engaged in an introductory subject courses

Environmental Engineering

✤ Includes problem-solving scheme and basic information on how to analyse and communicate data ✤ Covers current issues such as climate change, faltering water, and wastewater infrastructure ✤ Incorporates further subjects on hydraulics, hazardous waste management, and risk assessment READERSHIP: Sophomore, junior or senior-level course primarily for civil and environmental engineering and environmental science majors

FEB 2014 • 680PP • 978-1-118-80145-1 • CL • $TBA

Hydrogeology Principles and Practice 2nd Edition

KEVIN M. HISCOCK & VICTOR F. BENSE University of East Anglia, UK

✤ Introduces the physical and chemical principles required for the evaluation of groundwater resources for water supply purposes ✤ Describes the impact of human activities, such as over-abstraction and polluting activities, on aquifers ✤ Provides instruction in quantitative methods of hydrogeological assessment ✤ Offers problem-solving exercises and case study boxes to illustrate important concepts in hydrogeology in a more global scope READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates of earth and environmental science

JAN 2014 • 544PP • 978-0-470-65663-1 • PR • $99.95 / 978-0-470-65662-4 • CL • $149.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05763-4

Physical Geology The Science of Earth 2nd Edition

CHARLES FLETCHER University of Hawaii

✤ An emphasis on geologic processes to provide a solid understanding of how the earth, and its integrated systems, fit together and work as a cohesive living planet

Physical Geology

✤ Integrated 2 page visual art spreads with hands-on activities and exercises that challenge students to interpret and analyse geologic processes depicted visually ✤ An "Earth Citizenship" component that challenges students to understand the role of humankind and its interactions with the earth's environment and natural resources throughout the planet's past, present and future READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Geology

JAN 2014 • 704PP • 978-1-118-55968-0 • PR • $576.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-22037-4

Discovering Physical Geography 3rd Edition

ALAN F. ARBOGAST Michigan State University

✤ Is a comprehensive text that covers all the features of the physical landscape essential to an undergraduate physical geography course ✤ Written in a conversational writing style that encourages students to find and appreciate features of physical geography in their everyday environments ✤ Emphasizes human-environmental interactions central to physical geography and incorporates recent research about interconnected systems and global climate change ✤ Corresponding media provides a comprehensive suite of animations, simulations and interactivities that help students comprehend important Earth processes READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Geography

JAN 2014 • 672PP • 978-1-118-52678-1 • PR • $161.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-52852-5

Discovering Physical Geography

GEOGRAPHY / GEOLOGY / EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Environmental Engineering

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GEOGRAPHY / BIOTECHNOLOGY

Visualizing Human Geography At Home in a Diverse World 2nd Edition

Visualizing Human Geography

ALYSON GREINER ✤ Is a comprehensive, modern book for today's human geography course ✤ Includes current examples, up-to-date content and an accessible design that will appeal to a broad range of students and will generate enthusiasm for the discipline ✤ Links the narrative and concepts to visual elements and highlights the relevance of concepts through practical example ✤ Integrates maps throughout to help reveal patterns or trends and emphasizes divergent views and critical thinking READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Geography SERIES: VISUALIZING SERIES

JAN 2014 • 464PP • 978-1-118-52656-9 • PR • $419.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-72491-9

Urban Geography 3rd Edition

DAVE H. KAPLAN Kent State University

Urban Geograph

✤ Offers a comprehensive treatment of urban geography, covering the field both as it has evolved and as it exists today ✤ Fully explores the origins and development of cities ✤ Kaplan includes the most current research in urban studies, introduces elements of urban theory and methodology, and addresses the urban experience as a global one ✤ Using crystal-clear language, the text presents key concepts in a straightforward structure that makes mastering the material easy for all students of Urban Geography READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Geography

MAR 2014 • 1528PP • 978-1-118-57385-3 • CL • $666.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-79815-6

Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts 16th Edition

HARM DE BLIJ, JAN NIJMAN & PETER O. MULLER University of Miami

✤ Regions is a time-tested and carefully crafted text with a long history of authority and dependability ✤ The continued focus on creating strong and effective content and technology empowers learning ✤ A robust suite of resources, assignments built around raw data, and map quizzes/tests encourage interaction at multiple cognitive levels ✤ Provides a comprehensive understanding about the world with a long history of on authoritative content, outstanding cartography, currency, and comprehensive coverage, in a technology-rich package READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Geography

OCT 2013 • 656PP • 978-1-118-67395-9 • CL • $176.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-09360-3

Pharmaceutical Emulsions A Drug Developer's Toolbag

EDITED BY DIPAK K. SARKER University of Brighton, UK

✤ Serves as an essential guide to the fundamentals of pharmaceutical emulsions covering the three main areas of forms, use, and applications and tests ✤ Incorporates key aspects of pharmaceutical emulsions including scientific basics, pharmaceutical forms, and the chemical tests for its application ✤ Assists learning through case studies in essay practice questions, numerous figures, diagrams, and tables ✤ Includes specimen ’test' questions and multiple choice questions READERSHIP: Undergraduates and master’s students in pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy and industrial pharmaceutical sciences, physical pharmacy, pharmaceutical forms, and drug formulations, drug product formulation scientists

DEC 2013 • 585PP • 978-0-470-97683-8 • CL • $129.95

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STEPHANE LA BARRE & JEAN-MICHEL KORNPROBST Station Biologique de Roscoff, France; University of Nantes, France

✤ Features carefully produced introductory presentation of the full breadth of marine natural compounds ✤ Introduces readers to the immense variety of marine natural compounds, the methodologies to characterise them, and the approaches to explore their industrial potential

Outstanding Marine Molecules

✤ Serves as a useful teaching material from industry to academia ✤ Showcases the contributions of experienced editors with a track record of producing outstanding material READERSHIP: Marine biologists, natural products chemists, marine scientists, pharmaceutical chemists, cosmetic chemists, food chemists, students in pharmacy, master's students in biochemistry

MAR 2014 • 550PP • 978-3-527-33465-0 • PR • $135.00

Biotechnology An Illustrated Primer 2nd Edition

ROLF D. SCHMID & RUTH HAMMELEHLE University of Stuttgart, Germany;

✤ Features the number one biotech primer which has been completely redesigned

Biotechnology

✤ Offers content in a more attractive format with one page being a full-colour figure and the opposite page being explanatory text ✤ Includes 20 additional topics with the 140 current topics having been revised and expanded by 25% ✤ Follows the teaching curricula of most academic courses through the restructuring of the content READERSHIP: Students of biotechnology, biology, biochemistry, pharmacy, and medicine, biological laboratory technicians, lecturers in biology, biologists, process engineers, biochemists

JAN 2014 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33515-2 • PR • $65.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-30895-8

Stem Cell Nanoengineering HOSSEIN BAHARVAND & NASSER AGHDAMI University of Science and Culture, Iran

✤ Synthesises together topics from the active and growing fields of stem cell research and nanoengineering ✤ Covers a wide range of subjects which will be of interest to engineers, chemists, biological scientists, clinicians, and biomedicine industry professionals ✤ Includes introduction to the various types of stem cells and the general principles of nanobiotechnology ✤ Incorporates hot topics including nano-scaffolds, nano tissue engineering, and nano-devices READERSHIP: Biomedical researchers, clinicians, and postgraduates in cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, developmental biology, biomaterials, medical engineering, and nanotechnology, scientists and engineers in the field of regenerative medicine

FEB 2014 • 450PP • 978-1-118-54061-9 • CL • $149.95

Blood Science Principles and Pathology

ANDREW D. BLANN & NESSAR AHMED

Stem Cell Nanoengineering

CELL & MOLEC MOLECULAR CULAR BIOLOGY / BIOTECHNOLOGY BIOTE ECHNOLOGY

Outstanding Marine Molecules

City Hospital, Birmingham, UK; Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

✤ Combines three subjects - haematology, clinical biochemistry, and immunology - to provide a onestop text on blood science, in line with the new IBMS and NHS training structure ✤ Serves as a suitable reference for blood science courses at senior undergraduate level and master’s level including lab training ✤ Offers practical emphasis to help laboratory practitioners gain the knowledge of the subspecialty, not previously their own, required to keep abreast with evolving laboratory practice ✤ Features the works of authors well placed and well known in this subject area READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying blood science modules, BSc entry, level 4/5+ laboratory scientists, and laboratory scientists who have to learn the cross discipline

JAN 2014 • 582PP • 978-1-118-35146-8 • PR • $70.00 / 978-1-118-35138-3 • CL • $169.95

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CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

RNA Regulation EDITED BY ROBERT A. MEYERS Ramtech Limited, USA

✤ Offers one of the most comprehensive reference works on RNA biology on the market, covering basic research and medical application ✤ Represents part of one of the leading encyclopedic resources in cell and molecular biology worldwide ✤ Includes more than 75% new content, not previously published in the encyclopedia ✤ Features the works of carefully selected and internationally recognised experts READERSHIP: Molecular biologists, cell biologists, geneticists, libraries SERIES: ADVANCES IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE

JAN 2014 • 1200PP • 978-3-527-33156-7 • CL • $470.00

Neural Stem Cell Assays NAVJOT KAUR & MOHAN VEMURI Life Technologies, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive review of basic methods for the entire neural stem cell workflow

Neural Stem Cell Assays

✤ Includes background on neurobiology and neural stem cell applications in cell therapy and drug discovery ✤ Provides comprehensive solutions to every part of the neural stem cell work flow, with detailed but easy-to-use protocols ✤ Features coverage of micro RNA analysis, cryopreservation of neural stem and progenitor cells, and gene expression analysis READERSHIP: Primary Market: sStem cell researchers in academia, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries, Secondary Market: students at the undergraduates and postgraduates level studying cell biology, cell culture, and stem cell applications

JAN 2014 • 250PP • 978-1-118-30825-7 • CL • $139.95

Next-generation spectroscopybased diagnostics - In-vivo and ex-vivo molecular pathology

Next-generation spectroscopy-based diagnostics - In-vivo and ex-vivo molecular pathology EDITED BY JÜRGEN POPP Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

✤ Showcases an unmatched mix of expertise from physicists and clinicians ✤ Discusses topical, spectroscopy methods which are booming in medical diagnostics ✤ Features top editor from Jena, one of the global hotspots in optical methods such as spectroscopy READERSHIP: Spectroscopists, oncologists, clinical physicists, bioengineers, medical laboratories, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnological industry

MAR 2014 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33513-8 • CL • $165.00

Ribosome-inactivating Proteins FIORENZO STIRPE & DOUGLAS A. LAPPI University of Bologna, Italy; Advanced Targeting Systems , Inc, USA

Ribosomeinactivating Proteins

✤ Represents the definitive, comprehensive reference work on ribosome inactivating proteins or RIP applications in research, agriculture, medicine, and bioterror ✤ Covers the use of RIP in human therapies, such as targeted tumour treatment and pain management ✤ Includes chapters on RIP antiviral properties, insecticidal properties, and use in neuroscience research ✤ Describes the unique characteristics of RIPs in various plant families READERSHIP: Biochemists interested in basic mechanisms of action and role in plant biology, scientists interested in using toxins as tools to address unrelated questions, researchers in development of clinical uses for toxins

MAY 2014 • 350PP • 978-1-118-12565-6 • CL • $139.95

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Discourse, Diversity and Design

ANNE OSBOURN & REBECCA GOSS John Innes Centre, UK, University of East Anglia, UK

✤ Offers an accessible overview of natural products research, discoveries, and their potential in the post-genomic era

Natural Products

✤ Covers a range of important natural products from microbes, plants, and marine organisms ✤ Explores the role of various metabolites as well as the evolution of their unique biochemical pathways ✤ Features case studies and covers topics on biosynthesis and heterologous expression, avoiding autotoxicity, and chemical diversification READERSHIP: Advanced students, research scientists, and industry professionals in the fields of ecology, industrial biotechnology, drug discovery, medicinal chemistry, agronomy, crop improvement, and natural product chemistry

FEB 2014 • 442PP • 978-1-118-29806-0 • CL • $44.95

Wiley IUBMB: Recent Advances in Malaria VIRANDER CHAUHAN, CHETAN CHITNIS & DEEPAK GAUR All From The International Centre For Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, India

✤ Offers a thorough review of our current understanding of malarial biology ✤ Explores the subject with insights from post-genomic technologies ✤ Looks broadly at the disease, vectors of infection, and treatment and prevention strategies

Wiley IUBMB: Recent Advances in Malaria

✤ Represents a timely publication with chapters written by global research leaders READERSHIP: Microbiologists, parisitologists, cellular and molecular biologists, infectious disease researchers, tropical disease researchers, geneticists, advanced students, infectious disease medical professionals

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-49379-3 • CL • $189.95

A Practical Guide to the Histology of the Mouse CHERYL L. SCUDAMORE Royal Veterinary College, UK

✤ Covers the basic histology of mouse tissues and includes a histology atlas ✤ Features the works of Written by an experienced pathologist and specifically tailored to the needs of scientists and histologists ✤ Provides advice on sampling tissues, necropsy, and recording data ✤ Offers full- colour illustrations throughout READERSHIP: Advanced pathology students, scientists, and researchers using mouse models, Vveterinary students, and trainee pathologists, laboratory animal veterinarians, histology/histotechnology

VIROLOGY VIROLO OGY / CELL & MOLECULAR MOLECULLAR BIOLOGY

Natural Products

FEB 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-119-94120-0 • CL • $129.95

Basic Virology 4th Edition

MARTINEZ J. HEWLETT Univ. of Arizona

✤ Provide a more solid understanding of the basic principles and offers a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of virology

Basic Virology

✤ Offers more enhanced features and information include emerging viruses of medical importance, viral pathogenesis, viral immunology, retroviruses and HIV/AIDS, generation and use of recombinant viruses and virus-like particles, viral evolution, network biology and viruses, and animal models and transgenics ✤ Revised to include more review questions, case studies, and cumulative end of section problems ✤ Supported by website - www.blackwellpublishing.com/wagner - including original animations, downloadable artwork, and online resources designed to provide both students and instructors with an enhanced understanding of the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate biology and medical students studying Virology

FEB 2014 • 592PP • 978-1-118-37936-3 • PR • $486.99

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LIFE SCIENCE

Animal Genetics HASAN KHATIB University of Wisconsin, USA

✤ Provides wide-ranging introduction to animal genetics and genomics

Animal Genetics

✤ Looks at issues particularly relevant to animal science and breeding ✤ Showcases the works of leading international scientists and instructors in the field ✤ Features student- friendly coverage of the topic supported by full -colour figures READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates in animal sciences, breeders, researchers, geneticists, industry personnel

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-67740-7 • PR • $99.95

Developmental Genomics of Ascidians NORIYUKI SATOH Okinawa Institute of Science And Technology, Japan

Developmental Genomics of Ascidians

✤ Promotes the new field of developmental genomics ✤ Highlights the advantages of utiliszing ascidians as a model organism ✤ Demonstrates how ascidians are the most suitable experimental systems in which to explore the cellular and molecular mechanisms of embryonic cell specification and differentiation READERSHIP: Researchers and students in developmental biology, cell biology, molecular biology, genome sciences, evolutionary developmental biology, and systems biology, researchers and students in marine sciences, zoology

JAN 2014 • 157PP • 978-1-118-65618-1 • CL • $149.95

Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease Molecular Mechanisms and Biological Functions

STEFAN P. HOPPLER & RANDALL T. MOON University Of Aberdeen, UK; Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA

Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease

✤ Offers a definitive source of information on Wnt signalling and its roles in development and disease, written by acknowledged leaders in the field ✤ Explores the role of Wnt signalling in chronic disease such as melanoma, colorectal cancer, dementia, and psychiatric diseases ✤ Reviews the complex processes of signal integration and regulation ✤ Features broad discussion of Wnt signalling biology as well as detailed discussion of the pathway's role in diseases and potential clinical applications READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in cell biology, developmental biology, cell physiology, cell signalling, stem cells, and biomedical engineering, clinicians and medical researchers in regenerative medicine, oncology, and neuroscience

FEB 2014 • 600PP • 978-1-118-44416-0 • CL • $169.95

The Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics 5th Edition

The Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics

GUENTER KAHL University of Frankfurt, Germany

✤ Features a completely cross-linked electronic product or optional as print ✤ Represents an updated and greatly expanded edition containing now roughly 13,000 entries comprehensively covering genomics, proteomics, and trancriptomics ✤ Mostly custom- made figures and all chemical formulas have been professionally redrawn ✤ Comes with an extensive explanation for each entry including a comprehensive listing of synonyms and acronyms READERSHIP: Gene technologists, biotechnologists, biotechnological industry, cell Bbiologists, universities and, company libraries

FEB 2014 • 2000PP • 978-3-527-32852-9 • CL • $675.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-32073-8

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EDITED BY XIU-QING LI Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada

✤ Increases our understanding of genetic variation that occurs during development and in response to environment ✤ Presents an updated view on somatic genomes and genetic theories ✤ Provides expansive coverage, with examples ranging from microorganisms to plants and animals

Somatic Genome Variation

✤ Features the works of a global team of experts in the field READERSHIP: Geneticists, bioinformaticians, biologist, plant scientists, crop scientists, microbiologists, students, biomedical researchers

JUN 2014 • 450PP • 978-1-118-64706-6 • CL • $199.95

LIFE SCIENCE

Somatic Genome Variation

Genetic Analysis of Complex Disease 3rd Edition

BILL SCOTT & MARYLYN RITCHIE Miami University, Usa; Pennsylvania State University, Usa

✤ Offers a significantly updated treatment of study design, including population and clinic- based cohorts ✤ Includes an all- new chapter on next-generation sequencing, copy-number variants, and epigenetic analysis as well as a new expanded chapter on complex genetic interactions

Genetic Analysis of Complex Disease

✤ Increases emphasis on bioinformatics tools ✤ Focuses on concepts and design as opposed to narrow technical details or particular methodologies READERSHIP: Molecular biologists, human geneticists, genetic epidemiologists, clinical researchers, epidemiologists, postdocs, and researchers in the pharmaceutical industry, post graduates in statistical genetics and, genetic epidemiology

JAN 2014 • 512PP • 978-1-118-12391-1 • PR • $124.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-08952-0

Welcome to the Genome A User's Guide to the Genetic Past, Present, and Future 2nd Edition

ROB DESALLE & MICHAEL YUDELL American Museum of Natural History, USA

✤ Introduces and explains basic molecular genetic principles, helping readers understand how these principles are shaping the genomic revolution in medicine, evolutionary biology, and conservation biology

Welcome to the Genome

✤ Discusses a wide variety of topics within the field, from genetic diversity and genome structure to genetic cloning, forensic genetics, conservation genetics, and beyond ✤ Includes sections on next generation technologies such as SOLEXA and 454 sequencing and has a foreward by Mary Jeanne Kreek ✤ Builds on the first edition by exploring controversial ethical and philosophical issues raised by genomic technology, such as direct-to-consumer genetic testing READERSHIP: This book is written expressly as a serious, accessible guide to genomics for the public to understand already emerging changes in the business and practice of medicine, biotechnology, and agriculture

MAR 2014 • 240PP • 978-1-118-10765-2 • PR • $39.95

Genetics of Human Pain Perception Basic to Translational Science

INNA BELFER & LUDA DIATCHENKO University of pittsburgh, USA; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

✤ Contains research catalysing collection of the most recent advances in our understanding of the genetic basis of pain ✤ Provides coverage ranging from foundational information on pain genetics through to recently discovered complex concepts within the field

Genetics of Human Pain Perception

✤ Features the works of leading researchers from the global genetics research community ✤ Represents a timely coalescence of research in this increasingly important field READERSHIP: Geneticists, pain researchers, neuroscientists, biomedical researchers, professionals, students, clinicians

JAN 2014 • 292PP • 978-1-118-39884-5 • CL • $149.95

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Cancer Cell Signalling EDITED BY AMANDA HARVEY Brunel University, UK

✤ Provides a focused, accessible introduction to cell signalling, its role in cancer development, and implications for current and future therapeutic opportunities ✤ Covers the individual cell signalling pathways that are known to be involved in cancer development ✤ Includes the cross-interactions between the pathways together with the current therapeutic approaches ✤ Incorporates colour figures throughout, to illustrate the key pathways explored within the text READERSHIP: Master’s students in cancer medicine, molecular medicine and cancer, translational cancer medicine, cancer biology, and medical and molecular biology, final year undergraduates, PhD students, medics beginning research

JAN 2014 • 232PP • 978-1-119-96757-6 • PR • $89.95 / 978-1-119-96756-9 • CL • $149.95

Food Allergens Testing Molecular, Immunochemical and Chromatographic Techniques

GEORGE SIRAGAKIS & DIMOSTHENIS KIZIS Food Allergens Laboratory (FAL), Greece; Food Allergens Laboratory (FAL), Greece

Food Allergens Testing

✤ Takes a thorough look at modern molecular biology and immunochemical techniques used to detect food allergens ✤ Offers guidance to food producers on the major methodologies and techniques they should use to detect food allergens ✤ Helps food producers to comply with allergen labeling laws and thereby protect their reputation and their business ✤ Cutting edge approach focuses on current and emerging molecular biological and immunochemical techniques, and utilizes the latest research findings READERSHIP: Scientists and technical staff in the food industry and analytical laboratories who need an up-to-date treatment of both fundamental and applied research goals on food allergens, as well as a report on the validated methods currently in use for food allergens testing

MAR 2014 • 280PP • 978-1-118-51920-2 • CL • $199.95

Viral Infections and Global Change SUNIT K. SINGH Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, India

✤ Features a comprehensive compilation of the major human emerging and re-emerging viral infections ✤ Includes detailed descriptions of epidemiology, molecular pathogenesis, and host pathogen interactions ✤ Examines the role of climate change in historical viral outbreaks, including West Nile fever and Rift Valley fever ✤ Covers the clinical as well as basic science aspects of major human viral hemorrhagic fevers READERSHIP: Research scientists, medical and veterinary students working in ecology, environmental studies, environmental management, climatology, neurovirology, virology, and infectious disease, epidemiologists, biologists

SEPT 2013 • 736PP • 978-1-118-29787-2 • CL • $149.95

Handbook of Olfaction and Gustation 3rd Edition

RICHARD L. DOTY University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, USA

Handbook of Olfaction and Gustation

✤ The largest collection of basic, clinical, and applied knowledge on the chemical senses ever compiled in one volume ✤ Updating of previous content by nearly 10 years and large expansion of chapters devoted to molecular genetics and neurobiology ✤ Covers olfaction and gustation in both invertebrate and vertebrate forms ✤ New chapters on chemosensory integration, with an emphasis on findings from both primate neurophysiology and human functional imaging research READERSHIP: Clinicians and academic researchers interested in basic and applied chemosensory perception, including specialists in otorhinolaryngology, neurology, neurosciences, psychology, and occupational and environmental health

NOV 2013 • 1250PP • 978-1-118-13922-6 • CL • $349.95

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CATHERINE ADAMS University of Manchester, UK

✤ Gives an accessible, essential introduction to forensic odontology ✤ Showcases the works of a team of well-established, active practitioners in the field ✤ Offers ease of use through self-contained chapters ✤ Provides objective presentation of different methodologies READERSHIP: Professionals, postgraduates, dental practitioners, forensic scientists, and police officers who will benefit from understanding the scope of forensic odontology

JAN 2014 • 352PP • 978-1-119-96145-1 • CL • $149.95

Handbook of Forensic Medicine EDITED BY PROF BURKHARD MADEA University of Bonn, Germany

✤ Adopts a comprehensive, international approach to forensic medicine ✤ Includes checklists and information boxes in all chapters ✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of forensic medicine from forensic pathology, toxicology through to haemogenetics, and medical law ✤ Offers case studies throughout with an international focus and illustrated in full colour READERSHIP: Specialists and trainees in forensic medicine, toxicologists, geneticists, medical doctors in related disciplines, lawyers, medical students, law students

DEC 2013 • 1200PP • 978-0-470-97999-0 • CL • $385.00

Forensic Approaches to Buried Remains JOHN HUNTER, BARRIE SIMPSON & CAROLINE STURDY COLLS All from University of Birmingham, UK

✤ Adopts a unique, up-to-date, and accessible approach to the developing field of forensic archaeology ✤ Includes new areas of multidisciplinary research and practice, innovative techniques, and methodologies, as well as case studies relating to the variety of search and recovery scenarios the forensic archaeologist may encounter ✤ Covers the recovery, sampling strategies, spatial relevance, and dating of multiple evidence types in multiple burial scenarios ✤ Represents part of the Forensic Science Society ’Essential Forensic Science' book series READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, Master’s students, researchers, academics, crime scene professionals, forensic scientists SERIES: ESSENTIAL FORENSIC SCIENCE

DEC 2013 • 280PP • 978-0-470-66629-6 • PR • $89.95 / 978-0-470-66630-2 • CL • $149.95

Tools for Collaborative Decision-Making PASCALE ZARATÉ ✤ Discusses intelligent DSS, cooperative knowledge-based systems, workflow, group support systems, and collaborative engineering ✤ Emphasises collaboration in global projects

Handbook of Forensic Medicine

BUSINESS AND ND M MANAGEMENT ANAGEMENT / FORENSIC FOREN NSIC SCIENCE

Comprehensive Forensic Odontology

✤ Includes models and experimental studies showing that new processes must be supported by new types of tools ✤ Provides definitions and new trends of these models READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2013 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21516-0 • CL • $65.00

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VaR Methodology for Non-Gaussian Finance MARINE HABART-CORLOSQUET, JACQUES JANSSEN & RAIMONDO MANCA ✤ Shows how new VaR techniques can be built more appropriately for a crisis situation ✤ Presents several non-Gaussian models using Copula methodology, Lévy processes and the Merton model, together with Markov and semi-Markov processes ✤ Looks at the importance of VaR in standard international rules for banks and insurance companies READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

APR 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-848-21464-4 • CL • $80.00

Property Valuation 2nd Edition

PETER WYATT University of the West of England

✤ An 2018 (not sure what this is) ‘all-in-one' text for postgraduate study of valuation on real estate courses ✤ Sets valuation in its business finance context ✤ Offers a balanced treatment of theory and practice, and adopts extensive use of well-developed and comprehensive worked examples ✤ Employs user-friendly and accessible format using tried and tested teaching and learning devices, and provides accompanying website with supporting material for students and lecturers at www.wiley. com/go/wyattpropertyvaluation READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates on real estate, estate management, and land economy, fast-track conversion courses for noncognate postgraduates such as law or business who have only nine months to get from zero to master’sMaster’s level

JUN 2013 • 490PP • 978-1-119-96865-8 • PR • $85.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3045-5

Separation of Enantiomers JASON EAMES & MATTHEW H. TODD Queen Mary and Westf. College, London; University of Sydney, Australia

Separation of Enantiomers

✤ Offers a highly didactic presentation of the latest non-classical synthetic methods for the separation of racemic mixtures in one handy volume, allowing an easy comparison of the different strategies READERSHIP: Chemists, organic chemists, stereo chemists, catalytic chemists, medicinal chemists, analytical chemists, physical chemists, libraries

FEB 2014 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33045-4 • CL • $175.00

International Tables for Crystallography, Volume D Physical Properties of Crystals 2nd Edition, Volume D

PROFESSOR ANDRE AUTHIER Institut de Minéralogie et de Physique des Milieux Condensés, Paris, France

✤ The International Tables for Crystallography is the definitive resource and reference work for crystallography and structural science and includes some 6,000 pages in total, including 2,000 pages of symmetry tables for crystallography analysis. ✤ Applicable across all the physical and biological sciences from physics and materials science to chemistry, biology and biochemistry. ✤ For this new edition of Volume D, the chapters on Twinning of crystals, Domain structures, Introduction to the properties of tensors, Representations of crystallographic groups, Elastic properties, and Tensors in quasiperiodic structures have been updated, as has the section on Multiferroics. ✤ Will also be available as part of the Wiley Online Library MRW, International Tables for Crystallography READERSHIP: International Tables for Crystallography is an encyclopedic and authoritative reference work for all scientists in academia and industry using crystallographic techniques in physics, chemistry, materials science, metallurgy, earth sciences and molecular biology. Volume D is a comprehensive volume of crystal physics for graduate students and experts in the fields of mineralogy, crystallography, solid-state physics and materials science SERIES: IUCR SERIES. INTERNATIONAL TABLES OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

NOV 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-118-76229-5 • CL • $305.00

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Analysis and Instrumentation 2nd Edition

ALFRED R. CONKLIN Wilmington College, Ohio, USA; Leyte State University, Philippines; Philippine-American Educational Foundation, Makati City, Philippines

✤ Includes soil sampling and storage, measurements in soil, and extraction of organics and inorganics ✤ Ties basics of soil chemistry with analysis and instrumentation, and discusses common analytical procedures, their applicability, and limitations when applied to soil science

Introduction to Soil Chemistry

✤ Covers characteristics of soil which are important to know about when analysing soil, common mistakes and misunderstandings of soils that lead to erroneous analysis, and provides solutions to these READERSHIP: Environmental chemists and technicians, soil scientists, regulators, agricultural scientists SERIES: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS: A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS

DEC 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-13514-3 • CL • $120.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-46056-5

Handbook of Spectroscopy 2nd, Completely Revised and Enlarged Edition, 3 Volume Set

GÜNTER GAUGLITZ, TUAN VO-DINH & DAVID S. MOORE University Tuebingen, Germany; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA; Los Alamos National Lab, USA

✤ Guides the user to a decision about which spectroscopic method and which instrumentation will be the most appropriate to solve her/his practical problem ✤ Fulfills the need as a daily laboratory companion for all major applications ✤ Provides comparison of different methods in a standardised form via data tables, saves time in decision processes, avoids wrong turns by directing to the appropriate methods, and helps in performing the experiments

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Introduction to Soil Chemistry

✤ Includes new chapters on spectroscopy in nano-dimensions, nano-optics, quality control, spectroscopy at surfaces, and polymer analysis READERSHIP: Spectroscopists, analytical chemists, chemists, biologists, physicists, chemical industry, chemical institutes, libraries

MAR 2014 • 1300PP • 978-3-527-32150-6 • CL • $605.00

Handbook of Multifrequency Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Data and Techniques

SUSHIL K. MISRA ✤ Discusses EPR methods used in biology and chemistry such as to yield structural information of proteins and gain insights into reaction dynamics ✤ Showcases the works of a team of experts with a strong expertise in developing EPR instrumentation, applying it to condensed matter, proteins, and even for in-vivo studies

Handbook of Multifrequency Electron Paramagnetic Resonance

✤ Presents rapid-scan ESR and computational modelling in ESR and represents the first major update on multifrequency transition ion data tabulation since 1999 ✤ Offers the only comprehensive compilation of hyperfine splittings and g-factors for aminoxyl or nitroxide radicals since 1976, with these tables helping to identify and interpret substances and processes by means of EPR techniques READERSHIP: Physical institutes, chemical institutes, physicists, experimental physicists, chemists, libraries

FEB 2014 • 550PP • 978-3-527-41222-8 • CL • $175.00

Medical Imaging Based on Magnetic Fields and Ultrasounds HERVÉ FANET ✤ Discusses the importance of medical imaging for diagnostics which is rapidly increasing, making a good working knowledge of all the different physical principles involved in medical imaging imperative ✤ Covers photon interactions, the principles of detectors, radiology, X-ray tomography, and optical tomography, among others

Medical Imaging Based on Magnetic Fields and Ultrasounds

READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-84821-502-3 • CL • $145.00

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BIOCHEMISTRY (CHEMICAL BIOLOGY) / CHEMICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY / ELECTROCHEMISTRY 76

Biochemistry of Signal Transduction and Regulation Biochemistry of Signal Transduction and Regulation

GERHARD KRAUSS University of Bayreuth, Germany

✤ Elucidates the complexity of biological signalling pathways ✤ Incorporates new findings on signalling networks, G protein-coupled receptors, and multi-protein signalling complexes as well as 70 new and 50 revised figures making this the most up-to-date text on signalling available anywhere ✤ Provides a clear structure with hundreds of illustrative drawings to visualise the content as well as chapter introductions and study questions ✤ Serves as a stand-alone text for postgraduate courses in biological or biochemical signalling, and supplementary reading for basic biochemistry and molecular biology courses (BC0300 / BG3000 / BG2200) READERSHIP: Students in biochemistry and molecular biology, biochemists, molecular biologists, cell biologists, cancer researchers, medicinal chemists

SEPT 2013 • 680PP • 978-3-527-33366-0 • PR • $135.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-31397-6

Intracellular Calcium Universal Switch in Life and Death

ANTHONY CAMPBELL Cardiff University

Intracellular Calcium

✤ Represents a follow-up of Campbell's 1983 Wiley book Intracellular Calcium: its universal role as regulator describing 25 years of advances in the field ✤ Explores the role of intracellular calcium which has become a key component of all biochemical and biomedical courses ✤ Features a single-author approach by an internationally recognised expert in the field providing a consistent style READERSHIP: Biomedical and biochemical students, medical students, pharmacy students, researchers in biomedical and biochemical sciences

MAR 2014 • 344PP • 978-0-470-69510-4 • PR • $60.00 / 978-0-470-69511-1 • CL • $290.00

Nanomaterials Novel Approaches

DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGSGEMEINSCHAFT (DFG) Frankfurt/Main

✤ Contains overviews on the important toxicological aspects of the nanoparticles, a summary, and conclusions of the discussions that took place during the meetings of the ad hoc working group "Nanoparticles" ✤ Provides an unbiased review of available toxicological studies and data that is unmatched in comprehensiveness ✤ Showcases the works of about 100 experts of the German Commission for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work Area, also known as MAK Commission READERSHIP: Physicians working in industrial medicine, toxicologists, ecotoxicologists, chemical industry

MAY 2013 • 100PP • 978-3-527-33571-8 • PR • $70.00

Electrocatalysis Theoretical Foundations and Model Experiments Volume 14

RICHARD C. ALKIRE, DIETER M. KOLB & JACEK LIPKOWSKI University of Illinois, Champaign, USA; University of Ulm, Germany; University of Guelph, Canada

✤ Discusses the conversion of chemical energy into electrical energy in fuel cells, a major hot area of research ✤ Covers the fundamentals and an overview of the most important applications, and shows how the latest methods are used in the field, including current spectroscopic methods and computational approaches ✤ Presents the expertise of top scientists from different disciplines including chemistry, physics, biochemistry, engineering, and surface and materials science, both theoretical and experimental READERSHIP: Electrochemists, surface chemists, catalytic chemists, physicists, materials scientists, engineers, libraries SERIES: ADVANCES IN ELECTROCHEMICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

DEC 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33227-4 • CL • $205.00


JACK J. PHILLIPS & PATRICIA PULLIAM PHILLIPS ✤ Shows those responsible for environmental, health, and safety programmes in their organisations the impact of these programmes and if they are not working, how to make them successful ✤ Fills the need for a book specialised in showing real-life return on investment or ROI of these programmes for the primary stakeholders ✤ Focuses on measuring the success of programmes across all three areas of environment, health, and safety or EHS READERSHIP: Environment, health, and safety project and programme professionals, consultants, professors, researchers

NOV 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-63978-8 • CL • $79.95

Transformation Products of Emerging Contaminants in the Environment Analysis, Processes, Occurrence, Effects and Risks

DIMITRA A. LAMBROPOULOU & LEO M. L. NOLLET Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Hogeschool Gent, Belguim

✤ Discusses emerging contaminants which include pharmaceuticals and personal care products, veterinary medicines, pesticides, brominated flame retardants, perfluorinated compounds, disinfectants, and engineered nanoparticles ✤ Covers transformation products, i.e. breakdown products, rather than primary compounds ✤ Explores an emerging area in environmental research, because of their adverse effects on human health and environment ✤ Contains information critical for European REACH regulations READERSHIP: Researchers in environmental chemistry, analytical chemistry, ecotoxicology, environmental sciences, and hydrology, analysts, environmental chemists, toxicologists, hydrologists, water treatment consultants, regulatory bodies

Measuring ROI in Environment, Health, and Safety

ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Measuring ROI in Environment, Health, and Safety

DEC 2013 • 942PP • 978-1-118-33959-6 • CL • $350.00

Aerosol Science Technology and Applications

IAN COLBECK & MIHALIS LAZARIDIS University of Essex

✤ Discusses aerosols, central to many environmental issues such as climate change, ozone depletion, air pollution, and human health, and how they are critical to the pharmaceutical industry, for development of drug delivery to the lungs ✤ Explores an expanding field which includes physics, chemistry, atmospheric science, materials science, environmental science, engineering, and pharmaceutical technology ✤ Reviews technological applications of aerosol science together with the current scientific status of aerosol modelling and measurements ✤ Includes a review on military and homeland security, and radioactive aerosols READERSHIP: Aerosol researchers in physics, chemistry, engineering, environmental science, atmospheric science, and materials science, professionals in drug delivery, chemical and nuclear safety, indoor air quality, etc, health professionals

JAN 2014 • 504PP • 978-1-119-97792-6 • CL • $170.00

Aeration Control System Design A Practical Guide to Energy and Process Optimization

THOMAS E. JENKINS ✤ Covers complete treatment of aeration system controls, processes, and instrumentation ✤ Includes a theoretical and mathematical treatment of case histories, complete with design procedures and analysis methodology ✤ Makes use of the numerous disciplines within engineering that are involved in successful system design ✤ Adopts extensive use of equations, charts, figures, and diagrams, and includes example problems at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Civil/environmental engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical/instrumentation engineers, wastewater treatment plant operators, manufacturers, contractors, system integrators, electrical utility engineers

DEC 2013 • 496PP • 978-1-118-38998-0 • CL • $110.00

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FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY / GENERAL & INTRODUCTORY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 78

Handbook of Food Rheology and Technology BERNHARD SENGE & JOACHIM KALDASCH Technische Universität Berlin, Ge; Technische Universität Berlin, Ge

Handbook of Food Rheology and Technology

✤ Highlights the potential of process optimisation in food technology ✤ Covers the principles of rheology as well as the latest developments and rheological methods for process monitoring and quality management ✤ Offers numerous industrial examples covering the special requirements on various food products ✤ Addresses a wide range of industries including food, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, and composite industries READERSHIP: Food industry, food chemists, food technologists, process engineers, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, biotechnological industry, agricultural scientists

AUG 2013 • 450PP • 978-3-527-31441-6 • CL • $205.00

Guidelines for Enabling Conditions and Conditional Modifiers in Layor of Protection Analysis CCPS ✤ Presents a brief overview of LOPA and its variations, and summarises terminology used for evaluating scenarios in the context of a typical incident sequence ✤ Outlines important theoretical and practical limitations of ECs and CMs, and summarises what practitioners and managers can reasonably expect from the use of more detailed LOPA approaches ✤ Provides examples of ECs and CMs for application in LOPA and other risk analysis tools ✤ Elaborates on the requirements that an organisation should meet to assign a given value to a CM or EC READERSHIP: Current practitioners of LOPA, those contemplating LOPA as part of their risk management process, chemical engineers, risk engineers, instrument engineers, fire protection engineers

SEPT 2013 • 136PP • 978-1-118-77793-0 • CL • $89.95

Fuels and Fuels-Additives SOM PRAKASH SRIVASTAVA & JENÕ HANCSÓK ✤ Explores the science and technology involved in the production and application of modern conventional and alternate fuels, and fuel additives ✤ Covers the chemical structures and properties of fuels and fuel additives, and how nanotechnology has been used to develop new fuels and additives ✤ Provides a single source guide on fuels and fuel additives including automotive emissions, fuel quality and specifications, alternate fuels, biofuels, antioxidants, stabilisers and corrosion inhibitors, and polymeric fuel additives ✤ Discusses the quality requirements of the fuels including US and EU standards READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, materials scientists, mechanical engineers, process engineers, fuel formulation chemists, R&D specialists, automobile engineers, chemists, environmental engineers, fuel quality control laboratories

JAN 2014 • 336PP • 978-0-470-90186-1 • CL • $99.95

Nonlinear Systems and Optimization for the Chemical Engineer Solving Numerical Problems

GUIDO BUZZI-FERRARIS & FLAVIO MANENTI Politecnico di Milano, Italy

✤ Explains the theory behind current numerical methods and shows in a step-by-step fashion how to use them ✤ Teaches the use of numerical software through worked real-life case studies and details the algorithms needed to solve large-scale real-life problems ✤ Helps chemical engineers to optimise processes - how to achieve higher yields, utilise less resources, and minimise production costs READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, process engineers, electrical engineers, applied mathematicians, chemical engineering students

NOV 2013 • 448PP • 978-3-527-33274-8 • CL • $150.00


DJIMEDO KONDO Uni des Sciences & Technologies de Lille, France

✤ Offers timely solutions to help address the energy problem as cheap fossil oil will soon be unavailable ✤ Discusses the processing of renewable resources, such as plant biomass to mass production of commodity chemicals and liquid fuels to meet our ever-increasing demands

Bioprocessing of Renewable Resources to Commodity Bioproducts

✤ Encourages sustainable green technologies for the production of renewable resources READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduates, and government officials in biotechnology, industrial microbiology, bioprocessing, biochemical and bioprocessing technology, biochemical engineering, and environmental science, energy and recycling industries

MAR 2014 • 500PP • 978-1-118-17583-5 • CL • $135.00

Problem Solving in Enzyme Biocatalysis ANDRES ILLANES, LORENA WILSON & CARLOS VERA Universidad Católica de Valparaiso, Chile

✤ Approaches enzyme kinetics with a problem-solving focus, for practical applications in the food, pharmaceutical, and fine chemistry industry ✤ Provides concise coverage of the subject coupled with solved examples to illustrate key procedures ✤ Incorporates supplementary problems for each chapter with solutions included at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in chemical and biochemical engineering, chemistry, biotechnology, and biochemistry, engineers and scientists doing applied research in enzyme biocatalysis, both in academia and in industry

NOV 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-118-34171-1 • CL • $100.00

Industrial Biotechnology Upstream Fermentation, Downstream Recovery and Purification

MICHAEL C. FLICKINGER University of Minnesota, USA

✤ Discusses biomanufacturing, a focus for academic curricula in universities around the world ✤ Features a set of two thematic volumes based on the Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology, Bioprocess, Bioseparation, and Cell Technology, 7 Volume Set ✤ Provides more than 100 self-contained articles ✤ Showcases the works of international experts in industry and academia READERSHIP: Industry professionals, university instructors, advanced undergraduates, and postgraduates in biomanufacturing, biochemical engineering, biopharmaceutical facility design, biochemistry, industrial microbiology, gene expression technology

AUG 2013 • 1600PP • 978-1-118-13125-1 • CL • $515.00

Ullmann's Fine Chemicals WILEY-VCH ✤ Features works from the acclaimed Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry ✤ Includes 76 articles on economically important types of fine chemicals which provide a wealth of chemical, physical, and economic data on more than 2,000 different compounds ✤ Contains contributions by internationally acknowledged authors from the chemical industry such as BASF, Bayer, Dow Chemical, Evonik, and Lonza including leading academic institutions ✤ Discusses chemical and physical characteristics, production processes and figures, main uses, toxicology, and safety information READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemical engineers, organic chemists, dye chemists, medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical industry

MAR 2014 • 1350PP • 978-3-527-33477-3 • CL • $575.00

Ullmann's Fine Chemicals

INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY / GENERAL & INTRODUCTORY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Bioprocessing of Renewable Resources to Commodity Bioproducts

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Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry DVD Edition 2014

WILEY-VCH

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

✤ Features the complete content of the Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry - the ultimate reference in applied chemistry, industrial chemistry, and chemical engineering ✤ Incorporates annual updates to reflect the new and updated content of the online edition ✤ Showcases contributions from over 3,000 international leading experts ✤ Provides superb user interface - browser-based, quick installation in local area networks, quality ranking of search results, freely adjustable window, fast access to topics of interest by powerful search facilities and context display, etc READERSHIP: Chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, pharmaceutical engineers, patent departments in industry, patent lawyers

JAN 2014 • 220PP • 978-3-527-33593-0 • SOFTWARE* • $2905.00

Corrosion Resistance of High-Performance Materials Titanium, Tantalum, Zirconium

MICHAEL SCHÜTZE, ROMAN BENDER & KARL-GÜNTHER SCHÜTZE Dechema, Germany; Dechema, Germany; Evonik Industries AG, Germany

✤ Brings together the widespread information about corrosion resistance of the high-performance materials titanium, tantalum, and zirconium, derived from the renowned Corrosion Handbook ✤ Discusses how the exceptionally good corrosion resistance of these high-performance metals and their alloys results from the formation of a very stable, dense, highly adherent, and self-healing protective oxide film on the metal surface ✤ Explains how these materials are very valuable for a large number of applications, such as heat exchangers, reaction vessels, furnace construction, radiation shielding, implants for medical technology, and capacitor components in electronics READERSHIP: Corrosion specialists, chemical engineers, process engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, materials scientists, chemists, electrochemists, physical chemists, applied physicists

JUN 2012 • 526PP • 978-3-527-33435-3 • CL • $270.00

Metal Nanopowders - Production, Characterization, Applications and Safety ALEXANDER A. GROMOV & ULRICH TEIPEL Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia; Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule Nürnberg, Germany

✤ Offers the chemistry behind metal nanopowders including production, characterisation, oxidation, and combustion ✤ Discusses the diverse applications - metal nanopowders can be found in sunscreens in the form of titanium oxides to protect from sun damage, in personal care products such as odour eaters, providing strong germicidal properties, etc ✤ Explores the industrial applications - metal nanopowders are utilised in the medical, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and personal care, coatings, pesticides, fuels, powder technology, metallurgy, and in catalysis related industries ✤ Features contributions by renowned international scientists working in both academia and industry READERSHIP: Chemical industry, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, PhD students in chemistry, Master’s students in chemistry, catalytic chemists, medicinal chemists, cosmetic chemists, protein chemists, pharmaceutical chemists

MAR 2014 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33361-5 • CL • $190.00

Green Energetic Materials TORE BRINCK ✤ Looks at the developing environmental responsibility in the field of high energy materials and explosives

Green Energetic Materials

✤ Summarises the latest advances in the transition from traditional 2018polluting' processes, to more environmentally-friendly 2018green' procedures ✤ Provides a detailed account of research and recent developments in the field of green energetic materials, including pyrotechnics, explosives, and propellants ✤ Covers the entire line of research, from theoretical modelling and design of new materials to the development of sustainable manufacturing processes READERSHIP: Professionals in research and development areas of energetic materials, worldwide research bodies engaged in energetic materials, academics and students in the fields of energetic materials, green and environmental chemistry

MAR 2014 • 384PP • 978-1-119-94129-3 • CL • $160.00

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RAJAGOPAL RAMACHANDRAN ✤ Combines business, scientific, and technical issues that need to be addressed in order to achieve sustainable growth in the fine and specialty chemicals industry ✤ Provides a tool kit for chemists and chemical engineers to design and develop economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable practices in this industry ✤ Includes industrial case studies from major international chemical companies working in the fine and specialty chemicals sector

Sustainable Value Creation in the Fine and Specialty Chemicals Industry

✤ Showcases the author’s extensive experience of the specialty chemical business with practical experience of manufacturing, R&D, chemical consulting, and market research READERSHIP: Practising chemists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, and materials scientists in industry, businesses in the fine and specialty chemicals industry, researchers and students of sustainable chemistry and chemical engineering

FEB 2014 • 276PP • 978-1-118-53967-5 • CL • $135.00

Molten Salts Chemistry and Technology MARCELLE GAUNE-ESCARD ✤ Combines both molten salts and ionic liquids, together with materials and electrochemistry ✤ Discusses applications which include energy conversion, namely solar cells and fuel cells, heat storage, green solvents, metallurgy, nuclear industry, pharmaceutics, and biotechnology ✤ Focuses on sustainable processes in liquid salts for the production and processing of materials, particularly important in the post-fossil era ✤ Includes coverage of molten salt reactors, electrodeposition, aluminium electrolysis, electrochemistry, and electrowinning

INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Sustainable Value Creation in the Fine and Specialty Chemicals Industry

READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in molten salts and ionic liquids within materials science, chemistry and engineering industry

FEB 2014 • 800PP • 978-1-118-44873-1 • CL • $265.00

Guidelines for Defining Process Safety Competency Requirements CCPS ✤ Offers practical hands-on guide in a "super-matrix" format presenting the framework of process safety knowledge and expertise versus the desired competency level ✤ Includes many references and case studies throughout the text ✤ Covers individual and corporate process safety competencies as well as sustaining competencies

Guidelines for Defining Process Safety Competency Requirements

READERSHIP: Front line chemical operators, mechanics and instrument technicians, senior management executives, companies in the process industries such as chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, electronics, food and beverage, mining

FEB 2014 • 144PP • 978-1-118-79522-4 • CL • $89.95

Energy and Process Optimization for the Process Industries FRANK ZHU ✤ Provides essential tools and practical methods that enable the reader to optimise processing energy efficiency ✤ Includes a holistic approach that considers changing process conditions, process design changes, and upgrading process technology to optimise process plants

Energy and Process Optimization for the Process Industries

✤ Describes energy management solutions to reduce energy consumption in process plants leading to significant returns on capital as field tested by United Oil Products ✤ Offers an 8-point “Guidelines for Success”, a topic on selling improvement ideas in the organisation, and case studies READERSHIP: Managers, chemical and mechanical engineers, and plant operators in process industries

DEC 2013 • 520PP • 978-1-118-10116-2 • CL • $115.00

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY / ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Luminescence of Lanthanide Ions in Coordination Compounds and Nanomaterials Luminescence of Lanthanide Ions in Coordination Compounds and Nanomaterials

ANA DE BETTENCOURT-DIAS University of Nevada, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive introduction to the rapidly developing field of lanthanide ion luminescence and includes detailed coverage of fundamental theory, applications, and spectroscopic techniques ✤ Provides background material on the fundamentals and practical techniques, in addition to a detailed review of the relevant literature and information on applications ✤ Features one of the most important areas of modern inorganic chemistry with a range of important applications in areas such as lighting, lasers, telecommunications, bioimaging, and sensing ✤ Showcases the editing works by an established and respected young academic READERSHIP: Ph.D students, postgraduates, lecturers, and researchers in lanthanide-ion chemistry and spectroscopy, researchers in inorganic and materials chemistry, spectroscopy, coordination chemistry, and nanomaterials

FEB 2014 • 504PP • 978-1-119-95083-7 • CL • $200.00

Heterogeneous Catalysts for Clean Technology KAREN WILSON & ADAM F. LEE Cardiff University, UK

✤ Focuses on the development of heterogeneous catalysts for use in clean chemical synthesis ✤ Emphasises applications, useful to everyone working in industry ✤ Describes how modern spectroscopic techniques can aid the design of catalysts for use in liquid phase reactions, and their application in industrially important chemistries - selective oxidation, hydrogenation, solid acid, and base catalysed processes ✤ Explores the role of process intensification and use of renewable resources in improving the sustainability of chemical processes READERSHIP: Physical chemists, spectroscopists, catalytic chemists, materials scientists, chemists in industry, libraries

OCT 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33213-7 • CL • $190.00

Non-Noble Metal Fuel Cell Catalysts ZHONGWEI CHEN, JEAN-POL DODELET & JIUJUN ZHANG University of Waterloo, Canada; Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada; National Research Council, Canada

Non-Noble Metal Fuel Cell Catalysts

✤ Discusses fuel cells, a multibillion dollar/euro industry, and how using cheaper catalysts has huge economic impact ✤ Explores proton exchange membrane or polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells, the fuel cells of the next generation - their cost-effectiveness, compactness, and huge potential as portable power sources ✤ Showcases the works of editors and authors who are top fuel cell catalyst scientists and engineers, both from industry and academia ✤ Represents the first book on the market on this hot topic with a complete overview of the factors that will drive fuel cell commercialisation READERSHIP: Catalytic chemists, electrochemists, physical chemists, chemical engineers, chemists in industry, libraries

MAR 2014 • 450PP • 978-3-527-33324-0 • CL • $205.00

Handbook of Reagents for Organic Synthesis Catalytic Oxidation Reagents

PROFESSOR PHILIP L. FUCHS Department of Chemistry, Purdue University

✤ Oxidations are amongst the most important steps in organic syntheses and the use of catalysts are of importance for a future sustainable chemical industry ✤ All articles have been written by experts in the field with specific information on how to make best use of the catalysts, with a special focus on using terminal re-oxidants that make the catalytic processes applicable to large-scale execution. ✤ In addition to comprehensive referencing to the original literature, each article also contains an overview of the synthesis and physical properties of the catalysts, conditions for its storage, and purification methods ✤ An important addition to the previously published Handbooks of Reagents for Organic Synthesis READERSHIP: Organic Chemists in industry and academia in the following departments: Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Agrochemicals, Food and Beverages, Materials and Polymers. SERIES: HDBK OF REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

SEPT 2013 • 792PP • 978-1-119-95327-2 • CL • $190.00

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VALERIA CULOTTA ✤ Deals with metal ions in cellular compartments, also known as the "metallome", and brings a new dimension to bioinorganic chemistry through the understanding of metals in cells ✤ Represents an important addition to the bioinorganic literature within EIBC ✤ Features a basic science with a lot of impact on future development of applications in medicinal chemistry and drug development, in areas such as immunology and neurodegenerative diseases ✤ Discusses the important development within bioinorganic chemistry and connects metalloproteins to cell mechanisms READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates, researchers in academia and pharmaceutical industries, bioinorganic chemists, biochemists, systems biologists, medicinal chemists, physiologists SERIES: EIC BOOKS

OCT 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-119-95323-4 • CL • $240.00

Copper-Catalyzed Asymmetric Synthesis ALEXANDRE ALEXAKIS, NORBERT KRAUSE & SIMON WOODWARD University of Geneva, Switzerland; Dortmund University of Technology, Germany; University of Nottingham, UK

✤ Describes the use of copper catalysts in asymmetric synthesis which has increased continuously over the past ten years and represents the first concise coverage of this important field since 2002 by internationally renowned editors

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Metals in Cells

✤ Features contributions from leaders in the field of copper-catalysed reactions providing a detailed account of the most current developments and applications as well as mechanistic and spectroscopic aspects ✤ Serves as a must-have for every organic chemist in academia and industry involved in the synthesis of natural products or commercial pharmaceutical targets ✤ Showcases the works of N. Krause, the successful editor of the well-received book Modern Organocopper Chemistry published in 2002 READERSHIP: Organic, catalytic, pharmaceutical, and natural products chemists, chemists on organometallics, chemists in industry, lecturers and PhD students in chemistry, libraries

JAN 2014 • 448PP • 978-3-527-33204-5 • CL • $190.00

Directed Selectivity in Organic Synthesis A Practical Guide

TANJA GAICH & EKKEHARD WINTERFELDT Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

✤ Brings together examples that until now were often hidden and widely spread throughout the original literature ✤ Shows how to use the correct reagents, conditions, or reaction sequences to have access to all possible stereoisomers when beginning synthesis with only a single starting material ✤ Adopts a didactic approach with general and simple examples throughout the book so that these reactions can be transferred easily to other reaction types READERSHIP: Organic chemists, lecturers, Master’s, and PhD students in chemistry

NOV 2013 • 340PP • 978-3-527-33375-2 • PR • $70.00

Synthetic Methods for Biologically Active Molecules Exploring the Potential of Bioreductions

ELISABETTA BRENNA Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali ed Ingegneria Chimica, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

✤ Provides an excellent and comprehensive overview ✤ Focuses on the currently available toolbox of biocatalysed reductions of C=O, C=C, and formal C=N double bonds to show which transformations are reliable for use in manufacturing processes and which still require improvements and investigation ✤ Presents topics such as enzyme modification, synthetic strategies, optimisation of reaction conditions, and applications ✤ Includes practical applications in pharmaceutical industry, and for flavours and fragrances READERSHIP: Biochemists, organic chemists, catalytic chemists, biotechnologists, libraries

OCT 2013 • 384PP • 978-3-527-33387-5 • CL • $190.00

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Copper-Mediated Cross-Coupling Reactions GWILHERM EVANO & NICOLAS BLANCHARD ✤ Provides insight into the use of copper in cross-coupling reactions as a cost-efficient alternative to palladium ✤ Offers a complete up-to-date collection of the available catalytic systems and processes ✤ Covers a broad scope of copper-mediated reactions, their variations, key advances, improvements, and an array of applications that have revolutionised copper catalysis for any industry involving organic synthesis ✤ Discusses recently developed methods for conducting copper-mediated reactions with supported catalysts, which allow for recyclable and reusable systems READERSHIP: Chemists, pharmaceutical/materials industry labs, research scientists in organic synthesis and catalysis, professors and postgraduates studying organic synthesis, catalysis, and cross-coupling technologies

NOV 2013 • 808PP • 978-1-118-06045-2 • CL • $195.00

Supported Ionic Liquids RASMUS FEHRMANN, ANDERS RIISAGER & MARCO HAUMANN University of Erlangen, Germany

✤ Introduces SILP materials and the fundamentals, covering ionic liquids, porous supports, syntheses, and characterisation ✤ Features a section using various case studies to highlight applications within the catalytic production of bulk chemicals, fine chemicals, environmental processes, biotechnology, energy production, and gas separation ✤ Describes the underlying research in each case by the most pertinent authors available ✤ Discusses the perspectives and outlook in a final section of concluding remarks READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists in industry, catalytic chemists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, materials scientists, libraries

JAN 2014 • 450PP • 978-3-527-32429-3 • CL • $205.00

Environmental Impact of Polymers THIERRY HAMAIDE, RÉMI DETERRE & JEAN-FRANÇOIS FELLER

Environmental Impact of Polymers

✤ Reviews the actual environmental impact of polymeric materials and highlights the necessary interactions between the industrial and academic worlds ✤ Enables solutions that can overcome the problems and negative images of polymeric materials ✤ Presents showcases in order to quantify the environmental performance of polymeric materials, including a functional analysis ✤ Stresses education at all academic levels, emphasising the necessary contribution from teachers to ensure a better awareness regarding the role of polymers READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2014 • 384PP • 978-1-848-21621-1 • CL • $165.00

Methods and Applications of Cycloaddition Reactions in Organic Syntheses

Methods and Applications of Cycloaddition Reactions in Organic Syntheses NAGATOSHI NISHIWAKI ✤ Keeps organic chemists updated and current in the practices of a leading class of synthetic reaction ✤ Serves as a valuable guidebook for synthetic organic chemists involved in chemical research, pharmaceuticals, and materials science ✤ Brings worldwide leaders together who would not otherwise come together and cover such a topic READERSHIP: Academic and industrial organic chemists, bioorganic chemists, medicinal chemists, process chemists, synthetic chemists, materials chemists, libraries

FEB 2014 • 512PP • 978-1-118-29988-3 • CL • $195.00

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The Chemistry of Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds Volume 4

PROFESSOR ZVI RAPPOPORT The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

✤ Offers new insights into the area of selenium chemistry which has seen a huge development over the last few years ✤ Discusses selenium and tellurium, important chemistry in biological systems and in materials, with wide ranging applications in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries ✤ Describes how these two elements have an impact on a wide variety of developments in semiconductors and organometallic chemistry, being at the borderline between metals and non-metals READERSHIP: Organic Chemists in industry and academia in the following departments: Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Agrochemicals, Food and Beverages, Materials and Polymers SERIES: PATAI'S CHEMISTRY OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS

JAN 2014 • 1736PP • 978-1-118-33693-9 • CL • $1315.00

The Chemistry of Organoiron Compounds PROFESSOR ZVI RAPPOPORT & PROFESSOR ILAN MAREK The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

✤ Organoiron chemistry is less expensive and greener than chemistry with other metals. Iron chemistry has seen a huge development over the past decade and in a lot of cases organoiron chemistry can replace the much more expensive Palladium or Platinum chemistry. ✤ Organoiron chemistry has a wide range of applications in syntheses like addition reactions, cycloadditions, redox reactions, rearrangements and cross-coupling reactions ✤ Organoiron chemistry is of huge interest to organic chemists, biochemists and molecular biologists. ✤ All chapters initially published online in the e-MRW Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups published on Wiley Online Library. The print volume offers the traditional quality of the Patai Book Series, with extensive lists of contributors, author and subject indices READERSHIP: Organic Chemists in industry and academia in the following departments: Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Agrochemicals, Food and Beverages, Materials and Polymers SERIES: PATAI'S CHEMISTRY OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS

DEC 2013 • 1000PP • 978-0-470-97359-2 • CL • $905.00

Alkynes in Cycloadditions IRINA A. MARETINA, BORIS I. IONIN & JOHN C. TEBBY St Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Russia; St Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Russia; Staffordshire University, UK

✤ Discusses acetylene chemistry, an interdisciplinary field which has been experiencing a renaissance in recent years associated with an interest in click-chemistry, enediynes, new synthetic methods, and applications ✤ Describes the important applications in the formation of nanostructures, natural compounds, for the design of nonlinear optics, electronic and photonic devices, and chemosensory materials ✤ Represents a comprehensive summary of the literature to 2012 on methods for the synthesis of ring systems from acetylenes ✤ Showcases the works of well-known experts in acetylene chemistry READERSHIP: Academic researchers and postgraduates in organic synthesis, physical organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, catalysis, materials science, nanomaterials, and biochemistry

NOV 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-118-61532-4 • CL • $180.00

Organic Reaction Mechanisms, 2011 A. C. KNIPE The University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

✤ Represents the 47th annual volume in this highly successful series and the only book series concentrating on organic reaction mechanisms ✤ Surveys the development in understanding of the main classes of organic reaction mechanisms reported in the primary scientific literature in 2011

Organic Reaction Mechanisms, 2011

✤ Highlights the mechanisms of stereo-specific reactions ✤ Provides the backfile for the complete ORM series READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and postdocs, chemists working in academia and industry in the areas of organic and organometallic chemistry, organic synthesis, and medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry SERIES: ORGANIC REACTION MECHANISMS SERIES

NOV 2013 • 552PP • 978-1-119-97787-2 • CL • $525.00

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Advances in Organometallic Chemistry The Silver/Gold Jubilee International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry Celebratory Book

ARMANDO J. L. POMBEIRO ✤ Presents hot topics along with the concepts behind, illustrative relevant cases, and their prospects, as well as chapters based upon the authors’ expertise ✤ Demonstrates the richness, versatility, and potential of modern organometallic chemistry, stressing its interdisciplinary nature ✤ Addresses supramolecular chemistry, N-heterocyclic carbenes, coupling reactions, organometallic materials, applications to organic synthesis, and bioorganometallic chemistry ✤ Welcomes non-experts and experts alike, encouraging further development in the field for solutions to problems surrounding global warming, biochemistry and pharmacology, and the synthesis of new materials READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professors, and researchers in organic, organometallic, inorganic, bioinorganic, pharmaceutical, and agricultural chemistry, including materials science

NOV 2013 • 738PP • 978-1-118-51014-8 • CL • $179.95 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-47044-2

The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals

6th Edition

ROBERT H. CRABTREE Yale University, USA

✤ Represents the premier text in this field and with established history of widespread course adoptions, each chapter has been updated with relevant examples in the field, modern trends, and new applications ✤ Includes multifunctional ligands, oxidation catalysis, and green chemistry ✤ Expands on topics in the fifth edition, including supramolecular chemistry, N-heterocyclic carbenes, coupling reactions, organometallic materials, applications to organic synthesis, and bioorganometallic chemistry ✤ Features end-of-chapter problems and their solutions READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and chemistry professionals, organic, inorganic, and bioinorganic chemists in academia, government, and industries, including pharmaceutical, fine chemicals, biotech, and agricultura

MAR 2014 • 520PP • 978-1-118-13807-6 • CL • $99.95

Supramolecular Assemblies - Polymers and Discrete Systems Supramolecular Assemblies - Polymers and Discrete Systems

ULRICH S. SCHUBERT, GEORGE R. NEWKOME & ANDREAS WINTER Friedrich-Schiller University, Germany; University of Akron, USA; Friedrich-Schiller University, Germany

✤ Represents an introductory text in the emerging field of supramolecular polymer chemistry ✤ Focuses on general concepts, synthetic strategies, characterisation, and applications ✤ Emphasises metallo-supramolecular polymers and materials which have found applications in fields such as smart or intelligent materials, systems with special photochemical and photophysical properties, nanoscience, sensory materials, etc READERSHIP: Master’s and PhD students, and lecturers in chemistry, Master’s and PhD students in material sciences, libraries, materials scientists, polymer chemists

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33373-8 • CL • $190.00

Supramolecular Polymers - An Introduction ULRICH S. SCHUBERT, GEORGE R. NEWKOME & ANDREAS WINTER Friedrich-Schiller University, Germany; University of Akron, USA; Friedrich-Schiller University, Germany

Supramolecular Polymers - An Introduction

✤ 25 years after the Nobel Prize, supramolecular chemistry courses are taught routinously for graduate students at many universities ✤ Closes a gap: there is no introductory text in the emerging field of supramolecular polymer chemistry available ✤ Focussing on general concepts, synthetic strategies, characterization and applications ✤ One emphasis is placed on metallo-supramolecular polymers and materials which have found applications in fields like smart or intelligent materials, systems with special photochemical and photophysical properties (such as LEDs or solar cells), nanoscience, sensory materials, as well as materials with very special thermal and mechanical properties ✤ Written out of one piece by an excellent international author team: Prof. Newkome and Prof. Schubert are highly renowned and have already written/edited several successful books READERSHIP: Students in Chemistry, Lecturers in Chemistry, Ph.D. Students in Material Sciences, Ph.D. Students in Chemistry, Master's Students in Material Sciences, Master's Students in Chemistry, Libraries, Materials Scientists, Polymer Chemists

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33356-1 • PR • $110.00

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MOGENS BRØNDSTED NIELSEN ✤ Takes a synthesis-oriented approach to organic materials chemistry and focuses on methods and practices for how to engineer functionality into organic molecules ✤ Explains principles and concepts of self-assembly and supramolecular chemistry and includes a chapter on graphene - an important topic recognised by the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics ✤ Helps chemists to choose among structural units needed to design/synthesise functional molecules and materials ✤ Covers the full scope of applications in materials and bioorganic chemistry - molecular electronics, optical data and energy storage, sensors, drug delivery, and enzyme engineering READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduates, and postdocs in organic synthesis, materials chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, optical materials, molecular electronics, nanotechnology, medicine, and biomimetic catalysis

DEC 2013 • 472PP • 978-1-118-15092-4 • CL • $150.00

Bioinspired and Biomimetic Systems for Drug, Protein and Gene Delivery ZHONGWEI GU Sichuan University, China

✤ Explores nanobiotechnology, one of the key technologies of 21st century medicine which promises to completely re-shape pharmaceutical medicine ✤ Discusses diverse carriers such as polymers, proteins, and lipids as well as cargoes such as drugs, biopharmaceuticals, and genes providing every researcher in the field with valuable information

Bioinspired and Biomimetic Systems for Drug, Protein and Gene Delivery

✤ Showcases Asian expertise with medical biotechnology being one of the most important growth areas in China and other Asian countries, from which most of the authors have been recruited READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, biotechnologists, materials scientists, pharmaceutical industry

MAR 2014 • 360PP • 978-3-527-33420-9 • CL • $190.00

De novo Molecular Design GISBERT SCHNEIDER ✤ Explores computational design, an essential skill in any new molecule development effort, which enables scientists and professionals in academia and industry to compete ✤ Serves as a first-stop resource for novices and experts with its broad and balanced coverage of strategies and methods for all relevant classes of molecules, from organic chemicals to biomolecules ✤ Showcases the efforts of Gisbert Schneider, one of the pioneers of this young discipline, who has assembled the most prominent experts from across the world to provide first-hand knowledge ✤ Provides hundreds of images and screenshots, many of them in full colour, to illustrate the examples and method descriptions READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical industry, biochemists, natural products chemists, biotechnologists

NOV 2013 • 560PP • 978-3-527-33461-2 • CL • $205.00

Scaffold Hopping in Medicinal Chemistry NATHAN BROWN, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS The Institute of Cancer Research, UK; University of DÜSSELDORF, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland

✤ Discusses the use of clever computer algorithms that integrate structural as well as chemical information to find the best ligand for a given target ✤ Describes how by changing the molecular scaffold, even a late-stage drug development project can be re-started and brought to successful completion, saving a wealth of development time and effort ✤ Provides three fully documented real-world examples of the successful use of scaffold hopping in drug discovery projects, showing the tricks of the trade and providing invaluable guidance for the reader's own projects READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical industry, toxicologists, biochemists SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

DEC 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33364-6 • CL • $190.00

Scaffold Hopping in Medicinal Chemistry

PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY / ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Organic Synthesis and Molecular Engineering

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Phosphodiesterases and Their Inhibitors SPIROS LIRAS, ANDREW S. BELL, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS Phosphodiesterases and Their Inhibitors

Pfizer, USA; Imperial College, UK; University of DÜSSELDORF, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland

✤ Discusses the second wave of phosphodiesterase or PDE inhibitors which is now entering clinical trials, fifteen years after the development of sildenafil or Viagra, the first phosphodiesterase inhibitor blockbuster drug ✤ Describes how the ubiquitous role of PDEs enables PDE inhibitor drugs to be developed for numerous indications, including neurological disorders, cardiovascular, metabolic, and respiratory disease, as well as pain and allergy therapy ✤ Showcases the works of Andrew Bell of Pfizer, the chemist responsible for creating Viagra READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical chemists SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

MAR 2014 • 450PP • 978-3-527-33219-9 • CL • $205.00

Natural Products in Medicinal Chemistry STEPHEN HANESSIAN, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS Universite de Montreal, Canada

✤ Presents well-documented case studies from recent drug development projects and highlights the current and future importance of natural products as drug precursors ✤ Provides examples which represent a wide range of chemical structures as well as therapeutic indications ✤ Includes "classical" cases such as taxol and the vinca alkaloids as well as latest developments in protease inhibitors, antimicrobials, antifungals, antisense nucleosides, and epothilones ✤ Discusses the synthetic approaches to natural products, providing valuable practical knowledge for medicinal chemists working in or entering the field READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, natural products chemists, biochemists, pharmacologists, pharmaceutical industry SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

JAN 2014 • 480PP • 978-3-527-33218-2 • CL • $215.00

Aggregation-Induced Emission Fundamentals

ANJUN QIN & BEN ZHONG TANG Zhejiang University, China; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

✤ Discusses the Aggregation-Induced Emission phenomenon (AIE) which has the potential to significantly expand the technological applications of luminescent materials. ✤ Explains how AIE enables scientists to develop efficient light-emitting materials by taking advantage of aggregation instead of fighting against it. ✤ Covers the design and synthesis of AIE-Active molecules ✤ Also available on this topic is the related volume Aggregation-Induced Emission: Fundamentals, which looks at the fundamental issues of AIE including design and synthesis of new AIE luminogens, AIE working mechanisms, and structural morphologies of AIE aggregates. Both titles are available together as a 2 volume set, ‘Aggregation-Induced Emission: Fundamentals and Applications’. READERSHIP: Academic researchers in photophysics, photochemistry, materials science, physical organic chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, polymer science, biotechnology, physics, and biological chemistry

OCT 2013 • 422PP • 978-1-118-39430-4 • CL • $180.00

Aggregation-Induced Emission Applications

ANJUN QIN & BEN ZHONG TANG Zhejiang University, China; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

✤ Discusses the Aggregation-Induced Emission phenomenon (AIE) which has the potential to significantly expand the technological applications of luminescent materials ✤ Explains how AIE enables scientists to develop efficient light-emitting materials by taking advantage of aggregation instead of fighting against it ✤ Explores the has important applications of AIE materials in optoelectronic devices, chemical sensors and biological probes; the topic is of great interest to those designing bulk materials, sensors and lasers Also available on this topic is the related volume Aggregation-Induced Emission: Fundamentals, which looks at the fundamental issues of AIE including design and synthesis of new AIE luminogens, AIE working mechanisms, and structural morphologies of AIE aggregates. Both titles are available together as a 2 volume set, ‘Aggregation-Induced Emission: Fundamentals and Applications’. READERSHIP: Academic researchers in photophysics, photochemistry, materials science, physical organic chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, polymer science, biotechnology, physics, and biological chemistry

OCT 2013 • 278PP • 978-1-118-70176-8 • CL • $165.00

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Quantum Information and Computation for Chemistry 154 Volume Set

SABRE KAIS, AARON R. DINNER & STUART A. RICE University of Chicago

✤ Provides a useful introduction and perspective to current directions in Quantum Information and its relation to the diverse set of quantum phenomena and theoretical methods that are central to the Chemical Physics community

Advances in Chemical Physics

✤ Contains a representative cross-section of research that questions established thinking on chemical solutions ✤ Structured with an editorial framework that makes the book an excellent supplement to an advanced graduate class in physical chemistry or chemical physics READERSHIP: Appeals to graduate students and researchers in chemical physics, physical chemistry, biophysics, and biochemistry SERIES: ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL PHYSICS

MAR 2014 • 500PP • 978-1-118-49566-7 • CL • $195.00

Flows and Chemical Reactions ROBERT K. PRUD'HOMME ✤ Presents the basic principles of compressible and incompressible fluid mechanics in a concise and easy to follow style ✤ Examines the less well-known lines and curvilinear media ✤ Includes appendices on mathematical notation, thermodynamics, and mechanics methods READERSHIP: Postgraduates, engineers, teachers, and scientific researchers in many domains of science and industry interested in problems of reactive flows and fluid mechanics SERIES: ISTE

SEPT 2012 • 352PP • 978-1-848-21425-5 • CL • $165.00

Solid State Chemistry and its Applications Student Edition 2nd Edition

ANTHONY R. WEST University of Aberdeen

✤ Represents a revision of West's bestselling textbook Basic Solid State Chemistry, Second Edition, covering the latest techniques and recent applications ✤ Includes a new section on covalent bonding and more extensive treatment of metallic bonding and associated electrical properties ✤ Explains microwave synthesis, combinational synthesis, mechano-synthesis, atomic layer deposition, and spray pyrolysis related to synthetic methods ✤ Features a new section on the strategy to be adopted when confronted with an unknown solid and questions such as what is it, its structure, and composition READERSHIP: Undergraduates in inorganic and physical chemistry, materials science, solid state physics, and engineering

JAN 2014 • 568PP • 978-1-119-94294-8 • PR • $55.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-98756-7

Sustainable and Green Electrochemical Science and Technology PROF KEITH SCOTT University of Newcastle

✤ Offers a comprehensive introduction to green electrochemistry, from fundamental principles to the wide range of practical applications including synthesis, recycling, energy systems, and waste minimisation ✤ Brings together subject matter currently spread over specialised and advanced books in many different disciplines ✤ Discusses the application of electrochemistry in energy generation and waste treatment, a rapidly growing area which attracts substantial interest from both academia and industry READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and academic researchers in green and sustainable chemistry/ engineering, electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, clean technology and synthesis, chemical processes engineering

FEB 2014 • 376PP • 978-1-119-97244-0 • CL • $145.00

Sustainable and Green Electrochemical Science and Technology

SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & GREEN CHEMISTRY / PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Advances in Chemical Physics

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Cellulose Nanocrystals Properties, Production and Applications

WADOOD HAMAD ✤ Dedicates discussion to nanocrystalline cellulose or NCC and the development of advanced materials based on NCC for industrial and medical applications ✤ Explains the physics, chemistry, biology, and technology of NCC and NCC-based advanced materials, besides covering the engineering aspects, addressing the challenges involved in nanomanufacturing on a large industrial scale ✤ Covers eco-efficient engineering processes and technical modifications required for the potential manufacture of these functional bionanomaterials for applications such as packaging and utilisation in heavy industries READERSHIP: Researchers and scientists in research, development, and commercialisation of nanocrystalline cellulose and NCC-based advanced materials, researchers and industrialists in cellulose, bio-based materials, sustainable nanotechnology, etc SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN RENEWABLE RESOURCE

MAR 2014 • 268PP • 978-1-119-96816-0 • CL • $130.00

Cellulosic Energy Cropping Systems DOUGLAS L. KARLEN

Cellulosic Energy Cropping Systems

✤ Offers a broad and integrated approach, highlighting how different crops match the requirements of different conversion technologies ✤ Presents comprehensive documentation of how cellulosic energy crops can be sustainably produced and converted to energy, both liquid fuels and electricity ✤ Describes adaptation of these crops to different climates and soils, planting procedures and requirements, management, harvesting procedures, and end uses ✤ Discusses best management practices for sustainably growing, harvesting, storing, transporting, and pre-processing these crops with minimal negative impacts on the environment and food production READERSHIP: Academics and industry professionals in biomass cultivation and conversion, bioenergy, crop science and technology, and agriculture, students of biomass conversion to fuels and chemicals, biorefineries, bioprocessing technology, etc SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN RENEWABLE RESOURCE

MAR 2014 • 336PP • 978-1-119-99194-6 • CL • $155.00

Chemistry A Guided Inquiry 6th Edition

RICHARD S. MOOG & JOHN J. FARRELL Franklin & Marshall College; Franklin & Marshall College

Chemistry

✤ Follows the underlying principles developed by years of research on how readers learn and draws on testing by those using the POGIL methodology ✤ This text follows inquiry based learning and correspondingly emphasizes the underlying concepts and the reasoning behind the concepts ✤ This text offers an approach that follows modern cognitive learning principles by having readers learn how to create knowledge based on experimental data and how to test that knowledge READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Chemistry

DEC 2013 • 408PP • 978-1-118-64004-3 • PR • $338.99 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-12926-5

Understanding Physical Chemistry DOR BEN-AMOTZ ✤ The text focuses on the key principles of physical chemistry. As a result, the text is shorter in length, but deeper than most other physical chemistry texts ✤ A key feature of this book is its integrated and cohesive structure, which strikes a new balance in the presentation of quantum and classical descriptions of chemical systems ✤

Applications of partial differential equations in thermodynamics and matrix algebra in quantum mechanics are fully introduced and explained in this book, without assuming any prior proficiency

✤ Stresses core ideas underlying physical chemistry, such as the entropic forces that drive all chemical processes and the quantum states which dictate the structures and colors of atoms and molecules READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying physical chemistry

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-72449-1 • PR • $117.99

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GARY GARCIA MOLINA ✤ Features algorithm results produced from real data and uses the unique method of mental state decoding to present both theoretical work and working implementations ✤ Focuses on the signals, algorithms, and interpretation and presents the specifics of mental state decoding which ultimately bridges the gap between knowledge and implementation ✤ Follows a tutorial style approach where background and definitions are given followed by chapters on the important areas of motor, sensory, and event-related potentials

Signal Processing Methods in EEG Based BrainComputer Interfaces

✤ Emphasises the reproducibility of research - sample real-world datasets and code listings implementing the concepts in the book via a companion website READERSHIP: Research scientists, system designers, and academics involved in the design and implementation of BCI systems, postgraduate and PhD students in the area of signal processing, biomedical engineering, and neuroscience

FEB 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-119-95283-1 • CL • $120.00

ENGINEERING

Signal Processing Methods in EEG Based Brain-Computer Interfaces

Guide to Load Analysis for Durability in Vehicle Engineering PAR JOHANNESSON & MICHAEL SPECKERT ✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of vehicle load analysis for durability, and emphasises probabilistic and statistical description and analysis of loads ✤ Covers the use of established computational methods, such as finite element method or FEM and multi-body simulation or MBS, and their appropriate use within load analysis for durability ✤ Presents a reliability assessment method, which is tailored to the specific difficulties and requirements within durability applications ✤ Allows a comprehensive view of load analysis and focuses on the importance of the variability of the load in-service through combination of fatigue of structures and stochastic and probabilistic analysis READERSHIP: Engineers in the vehicle industry, manufacturers of cars, trucks, agricultural machines, construction machines, rock drilling machines, aeroplanes, ships, offshore constructions, and wind mill constructions, postgraduates SERIES: AUTOMOTIVE SERIES

NOV 2013 • 464PP • 978-1-118-64831-5 • CL • $140.00

XFEM - The Extended Finite Element Method STÉPHANE BORDAS & ALEXANDER MENK Cardiff University; Glasgow University

✤ Demystifies the theory behind XFEM and makes it accessible to all with previous knowledge of the FEM ✤ Provides a simple introduction to XFEM but also provides a range of tools which the reader can build upon to take on a large breadth of more complex problems. ✤ Presents each key theoretical concept in parallel with its implementational aspects in the form of simple MATLAB routines provided along with the book via an interactive companion website and portal

XFEM - The Extended Finite Element Method

✤ Provides a detailed account of applications of XFEM to fracture mechanics, including techniques absent from current literature READERSHIP: Researchers and post docs working in computational mechanics Finite element and CFD analysts and developers in industry working on commercial codes SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS

FEB 2014 • 288PP • 978-0-470-66708-8 • CL • $125.00

Introduction to Operational Modal Analysis RUNE BRINCKER ✤ Provides a general treatment of fundamental material associated with modal analysis, then progresses to address in detail the three main steps in all OMA - testing, signal processing and identification ✤ Collates together a wealth of information and state-of-the-art research currently disseminated throughout different books and journal papers ✤ Includes a MATLAB toolbox on an accompanying website, complemented by illustrative examples supporting the theory covered in the book

Introduction to Operational Modal Analysis

READERSHIP: Practitioners including researchers and engineers from automotive, aerospace, mechanical, civil and structural industries, who work with experimental or analytical vibration analysis/ modal testing

MAR 2014 • 300PP • 978-1-119-96315-8 • CL • $130.00

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Analysis and Synthesis of Fault-Tolerant Control Systems MAGDI S. MAHMOUD & YUANQING XIA ✤ Covers the analysis and synthesis methods of fault tolerant control systems or FTCS ✤ Presents practical applications with illustrative examples ✤ Provides the reader with access to a spectrum of control design methods applied to industrial systems ✤ Contains end-of-chapter problems and offers MATLAB and Simulink files via a website READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners in mechanical, aerospace, electrical, and industrial engineering, postgraduates and senior undergraduates in control, process, electrical, mechanical, aerospace, chemical, and mechatronics engineering

JAN 2014 • 488PP • 978-1-118-54133-3 • CL • $140.00

Large Strain Finite Element Method A Practical Course

ANTONIO A MUNJIZA Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Large Strain Finite Element Method

✤ Takes an introductory approach to the subject of large strains and large displacements in finite elements ✤ Discusses computational methods and algorithms to tackle large strains and teaches the basic knowledge required to be able to critically gauge the results of computational models ✤ Contains a large number of easy to follow illustrations, examples and source code details READERSHIP: Industry engineers, graduate and postgraduate students in mechanical and civil engineering, senior undergraduate students, computational mechanics developers, software engineers and modellers

MAR 2014 • 300PP • 978-1-118-40530-7 • CL • $120.00

Aircraft Flight Dynamics and Control WAYNE DURHAM ✤ Introduces automatic flight control, and covers the physical and mathematical fundamentals of aircraft flight dynamics ✤ Illustrates the equations of motion in both scalar and matrix notation ✤ Contains end-of-chapter problems ✤ Offers website hosting solutions and other supporting materials READERSHIP: Postgraduates in aerospace engineering, researchers and practitioners in the aerospace industry SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

OCT 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-64681-6 • CL • $120.00

Aerospace Propulsion T.-W. LEE ✤ Covers gas-turbine and rocket propulsion ✤ Presents modern analytical methods and examples ✤ Combines fundamentals and applications including space applications ✤ Offers a companion website with MATLAB examples and problem sets/solutions READERSHIP: Instructors, senior-level undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers, and practising engineers in aerospace propulsion SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

DEC 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-118-30798-4 • CL • $99.95

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Advanced Composite Materials for Automotive Applications Structural Integrity and Crashworthiness

AHMED ELMARAKBI ✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of how advanced composite materials are designed, manufactured, and utilised 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, postgraduates in mechanical and materials engineering SERIES: AUTOMOTIVE SERIES

DEC 2013 • 472PP • 978-1-118-42386-8 • CL • $140.00

Understanding the Discrete Element Method Simulation of Non-Spherical Particles for Granular and Multi-body Systems

HANS-GEORG MATUTTIS & JIAN CHEN ✤ Introduces discrete element method or DEM from the fundamental concepts, namely theoretical mechanics and solid state physics, with 2D and 3D simulation methods for polygonal particles ✤ Provides the fundamentals of coding DEM requiring little advance knowledge of granular matter or numerical simulation ✤ Highlights the numerical tricks and pitfalls that are usually only realised after years of experience, with relevant simple experiments as applications ✤ Includes MATLAB programs providing the simulation code for two-dimensional polygons via an accompanying website READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates on particle models in fluid dynamics, multi-body engineering, finite-element methods, the geosciences, and multi-scale physics, computer scientists in solid modelling and game programming

MAR 2014 • 448PP • 978-1-118-56720-3 • CL • $170.00

Biomedical Devices Design, Prototyping, and Manufacturing

T. ÖZEL ✤ A comprehensive text, beginning with an introduction to medical devices, followed by the design, manufacturing, and applications of these devices ✤ Examples of medical applications discussed include: tracoidal stents, biopsy micro forceps, mirconeedle arrays, wrist implants, spinal spacers, and fixtures

Biomedical Devices

READERSHIP: Scientists, professors, postdocs, and students in the fields of biomaterials and biomedical engineering, doctors, surgeons, and technicians, industrial and government researchers

FEB 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-47892-9 • CL • $135.00

Adsorption Refrigeration Technology Theory and Application

RUZHU Z. WANG ✤ Covers state-of-the art adsorption research and technologies for relevant applications, working from adsorption working pairs through to the application of adsorption refrigeration technology for lowgrade heat recovery ✤ Assesses sustainable alternatives to traditional refrigeration methods, such as the application of adsorption refrigeration systems for solar energy and waste heat

Adsorption Refrigeration Technology

✤ Includes a key chapter on the design of adsorption refrigeration systems as a tutorial for readers new to the topic, and incorporates the calculation models for different components and working processes ✤ Takes real-world examples giving an insight into existing products and installations enabling readers to apply the knowledge to their own work READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in low-grade energy utilisation and refrigeration, engineers wanting to renew knowledge of adsorption technology, engineers developing adsorption chillers, postgraduates in thermally driven systems

FEB 2014 • 550PP • 978-1-118-19743-1 • CL • $195.00

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Control of Quantum Systems Theory and Methods

CONG

Control of Quantum Systems

✤ Serves as an advanced research reference examining the closed and open quantum systems ✤ Looks at stability analysis of quantum control systems with particular emphasis being placed on Lyapunov technique ✤ Equips readers with the potential theories and advanced methods to solve existing problems in quantum optics/information/computing, mesoscopic systems, spin systems, superconducting devices, nano-mechanical devices, etc READERSHIP: Researchers, academics, and engineers in quantum engineering, computing, information, communication, physics, and chemistry whose research interests are quantum systems control, postgraduates

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60812-8 • CL • $170.00

Vibration Theory and Applications with Finite Elements ALAN PALAZZOLO ✤ Presents a thorough description of vibration topics and mathematical techniques from basic through to advanced levels ✤ Uses practical examples to illustrate the theory, providing an awareness of the concepts and how they apply to real-life engineering situations ✤ Covers in detail topics such as 3D beams, solid elements, and trusses, magnetic theory for active control, magnetic bearings, and high cycle fatigue, based on the author's extensive research ✤ Includes techniques for deriving equations of motion via Newton's Laws, Lagrange, and Gibbs/Ansell approach, and provides illustrations throughout, with a solution manual including MATLAB and MAPLE codes READERSHIP: Postgraduates of civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineering and applied mathematics, researchers and design engineers working in structural, aerospace, and vehicle engineering

MAR 2014 • 625PP • 978-1-118-35080-5 • CL • $140.00

Nanoscale Mechanics of Carbon Materials An Introduction with Applications

HARIK

Nanoscale Mechanics of Carbon Materials

✤ Provides an introduction to nanoscale mechanics with examples based on the latest applications in nanotechnology ✤ Summarises and reviews the theoretical background ✤ Addresses the mechanics of carbon nanotubes and nanocomposite materials ✤ Suitable for as a textbook for nanotechnology courses READERSHIP: Practicing structural engineers and architects, building code developers and graduate students in earthquake, geotechnical and structural engineering departments SERIES: MICROSYSTEM AND NANOTECHNOLOGY SERIES

MAR 2014 • 250PP • 978-1-118-67140-5 • CL • $120.00

Filtering, Control and Fault Detection with Randomly Occurring Incomplete Information HONGLI DONG, ZIDONG WANG & HUIJUN GAO Northeast Petroleum University, China; Brunel University, UK; Harbin Institute of Technology, China

✤ Establishes a unified framework for filtering, control, and fault detection problem for various discretetime nonlinear stochastic systems with randomly occurring incomplete information or ROII ✤ Presents the state-of-the-art of the research area for handling ROII problems from three interrelated aspects of control, filtering, and fault detection ✤ Investigates several new concepts including RVNs, ROMDs, ROMTCDs, and ROQEs ✤ Considers recent advances in networked control systems and distributed filtering over sensor networks, as well as application potentials in mobile robotics, and includes comprehensive coverage of H4 control READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners in industry, postgraduates in control engineering, signal processing, network sciences, and applied mathematics

AUG 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-64791-2 • CL • $145.00

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2nd Edition

M. L. MUNJAL Indian Institute of Science, India

✤ Represents a fully updated edition of the premier reference book on muffler and lined duct acoustical performance ✤ Presents original new research on topics including baffle silencers and louvres, 3D analytical techniques, and flow-acoustic analysis of multiply-connected perforated-element mufflers

Acoustics of Ducts and Mufflers

✤ Includes a general design procedure to help muffler designers in the automotive industry, exhaust noise being a major component of automobile and traffic noise pollution ✤ Showcases the works of an expert with four decades' experience in teaching postgraduates, publishing extensively in reputed international journals, and consulting with industry for noise control as well as designing for quietness READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates or postgraduates on mechanical engineering/acoustics/vibration courses, engineers in automotive industry and HVAC industry

ENGINEERING

Acoustics of Ducts and Mufflers

FEB 2014 • 384PP • 978-1-118-44312-5 • CL • $140.00

System Simulation Techniques with MATLAB® and Simulink® DINGYU XUE & YANGQUAN CHEN University of California, Merced

✤ Uses MATLAB and Simulink to perform dynamics systems simulation tasks for engineering and nonengineering applications ✤ Covers the fundamentals of MATLAB programming and mathematical problem solutions, and presents basic, intermediate, and advanced techniques of Simulink usage ✤ Provides engineering and non-engineering simulation methodologies and proposes hardware in-theloop simulation ✤ Contains chapter problems and offers a companion website hosting a solution manual READERSHIP: Postgraduates and senior undergraduates across mechanical, aerospace, automotive, control, and electrical engineering, researchers and practitioners in engineering industries

NOV 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-64792-9 • CL • $120.00

Flows and Chemical Reactions in Homogeneous Mixtures ROGER PRUD'HOMME ✤ Discusses flows with chemical reactions, their applications, and more specifically, homogeneous reactive mixtures ✤ Looks at sound propagation and monodimensional flows in nozzles, chemical reactors, and homogeneous reactors

Flows and Chemical Reactions in Homogeneous Mixtures

✤ Provides appendix with the logic of dimensional analysis, together with concepts of statistical thermodynamics READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

OCT 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-848-21633-4 • CL • $125.00

Turbulent Multiphase Flows with Heat and Mass Transfer FABIEN ANSELMET & ROLAND BORGHI ✤ Presents physical modelling of flows for thermal engineering and nuclear reactors, extraction and transport of petroleum products, diesel and rocket engines, chemical engineering reactors, fluidised beds, smoke or aerosol dispersion, etc ✤ Incorporates the physical ingredients to known experimental facts, thus making the model evolve according to the required complexity

Turbulent Multiphase Flows with Heat and Mass Transfer

READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers who must perform predictions on multiphase flows within the domains mentioned above SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-848-21617-4 • CL • $175.00

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Mechanical Properties of Soft Tissues with MR Elastography Technique Mechanical Properties of Soft Tissues with MR Elastography Technique

SABINE BENSAMOUN ✤ Features the functions of the skeletal muscle, the liver, and the kidney, with viscoelastic properties calculated with multifrequency MRE tests ✤ Discusses the application of MRE to pathological muscles and fibrotic livers to follow the effects of treatment ✤ Analyses MRE post-processing, a key stage in any diagnosis READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21548-1 • CL • $65.00

CO2 Biofixation by Microalgae Automation Process

SIHEM TEBBANI, FILIPA LOPES, DIDIER DUMUR & DOMINIQUE PAREAU

CO2 Biofixation by Microalgae

✤ Features microalgae, an emerging topic in direct response to the search for reducing gas emissions and pollutant removal ✤ Explores the multidisciplinary applications of microalgae which exist in many areas including the food industry, biofuels, and agriculture READERSHIP: Biochemists, process engineers, automation and control engineers, industrial engineers SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21598-6 • CL • $65.00

MRI Techniques VINCENT PERRIN ✤ Describes the choice of building important links between the physics theory of the MRI and the applied sequences within the clinical imaging

MRI Techniques

✤ Offers the choice of placing oneself at a level which is neither that of a beginner nor of an expert, which will appeal to a wider range of readers who are not fully catered for by existing books READERSHIP: PhD students, research workers, students reading experimental techniques, radiologists, scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-848-21503-0 • CL • $95.00

Metaheuristic Optimization for the Design of Automatic Control Laws GUILLAUME SANDOU ✤ Presents a new trend in automatic control with the use of metaheuristic algorithms ✤ Explains how this kind of algorithm can optimise any criterion and constraint and thus does not need such simplifications and reformulations READERSHIP: Automatic control researchers, research and development in the industry community, metaheuristic optimisation researchers SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

SEPT 2013 • 144PP • 978-1-848-21590-0 • CL • $70.00

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ENGINEERING

Risk Analysis Socio-technical and Industrial Systems

JEAN-MARIE FLAUS ✤ Gives an overview of the methods used for risk analysis in a variety of industrial sectors, with a particular focus on the consideration of human aspects ✤ Provides a definition of all the fundamental notions associated with risks and risk management, as well as clearly placing the discipline of risk analysis within the broader context of risk management processes ✤ Offers concrete examples throughout, and the methodology and method can be applied to various fields such as industry, health, organisation, and technical systems READERSHIP: Architects, engineers, and product managers of network operators and service providers, consultants in the domain of communication services, researchers, Master’s and PhD students in computer science and electrical engineering SERIES: ISTE

JUL 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-848-21492-7 • CL • $160.00

Mechanical Engineering Education J. PAULO DAVIM ✤ Covers mechanical engineering higher education with a particular emphasis on quality assurance and the improvement of academic institutions, mechatronics education, and the transfer of knowledge between university and industry READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

OCT 2012 • 256PP • 978-1-848-21381-4 • CL • $95.00

Uncertainty and Optimization in Structural Mechanics ABDELKHALAK EL HAMI & RADI BOUCHAIB ✤ Includes the most recent ideas coming from research and industry in the field of optimisation, reliability, and the recognition of accompanying uncertainties ✤ Reviews uncertainty tools, system reliability, optimal design of structures, and their optimisation, namely sizing, form, topology, and multi-objectives, along with their robustness and issues on optimal safety factors ✤ Examines optimisation reliability coupling in order to take into account the uncertainties in the modelling and resolution of the problems encountered READERSHIP: Students, lecturers, engineers, PhD students, and researchers SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

MAR 2013 • 144PP • 978-1-848-21517-7 • CL • $75.00

Structural Dynamic Analysis with Generalized Damping Models SONDIPON ADHIKARI ✤ Represents the first comprehensive text to cover vibration problems with general non-viscous damping ✤ Covers non-viscously damped single and multi-degree of freedom systems, continuous systems with non-local and non-viscous damping, and identification of non-viscous damping ✤ Includes computational aspects of non-proportional and non-viscous damping and sensitivity analysis ✤ Features the works of a leading author in the field from a vibration theory standpoint, with numerous worked examples relevant across a wide range of mechanical, aerospace, and structural engineering applications

Structural Dynamic Analysis with Generalized Damping Models

READERSHIP: Engineering postgraduates, researchers, and practising engineers in civil, mechanical, and aerospace engineering, practising mechanical, aerospace, and structural design engineers concerned with noise and vibrations problems SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-848-21521-4 • CL • $145.00

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Non-local Structural Mechanics TONY MURMU, SONDIPON ADHIKARI & MICHAEL MCCARTHY ✤ Offers a detailed understanding of the methods of non-local analysis necessary for nanoscale structures

Non-local Structural Mechanics

✤ Represents the first comprehensive text to cover non-local elasticity theory for static, dynamic, and stability analysis of wide-ranging nanostructures ✤ Provides information from a mechanics standpoint, with numerous worked examples relevant across a wide range of nanomechanical systems READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, postgraduates, and academic researchers in applied physics, chemistry, mechanical, and aerospace engineering, practising engineers working in NEMS, MEMS, and sensor problems SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-848-21522-1 • CL • $145.00

Physics and Geochemistry of Water CHRISTOPHE LÉCUYER

Physics and Geochemistry of Water

✤ Offers a fascinating examination of the extraordinary physico-chemical properties of the water molecule which has helped to regulate the global climate and to favour the evolution of species for more than four billion years READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21477-4 • CL • $55.00

Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns and Frames Mechanics and Design

CHARLES CASANDJIAN, NOËL CHALLAMEL, CHRISTOPHE LANOS & JOSTEIN HELLESLAND ✤ Focuses on the theoretical and practical design of reinforced concrete beams, columns, and frame structures ✤ Provides details based on an analytical approach of designing usual reinforced concrete structural elements, compatible with most international design rules, including the European design rules Eurocode 2 for reinforced concrete structures ✤ Incorporates recent research results including the use of nonlocal mechanics READERSHIP: Master’s students, engineers, and researchers in civil engineering, teachers in the field of reinforced concrete design SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21482-8 • CL • $145.00

Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns and Frames Section and Slender Member Analysis

JOSTEIN HELLESLAND, NOËL CHALLAMEL, CHARLES CASANDJIAN & CHRISTOPHE LANOS ✤ Features a theoretically-based approach using rigorous mathematics and mechanics tools ✤ Deals with advanced Ultimate Limit State or ULS aspects, and includes recent research results READERSHIP: Students in applied geophysics, scientists and engineers working in the field of groundwater investigation, hydrogeologists, geologists, teachers, general interest readers SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21569-6 • CL • $145.00

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BRANKO M. MILISAVLEVICH ✤ Features dimensional analysis, an essential scientific method and a powerful tool for solving problems in physics and engineering ✤ Discusses how dimensional analysis and similarity theory are applied to solving problems in applied mechanics and heat transfer READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

NOV 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-848-21343-2 • CL • $125.00

Dimensional Analysis and Similarity Theory in Applied Mechanics and Heat Transfer

ENGINEERING

Dimensional Analysis and Similarity Theory in Applied Mechanics and Heat Transfer

Set-theoretic Fault-tolerant Control in Multisensor Systems FLORIN STOICAN & SORIN OLARU ✤ Presents a systematic analysis of the theoretic elements and approaches which exploit advanced elements within the field ✤ Translates fault detection and isolation conditions as conditions involving sets, which can be computed efficiently using reachability and invariance notions ✤ Focuses on the balance between complexity of implementation and flexibility of representation of various families of sets READERSHIP: Postgraduates in their early research projects, application oriented researchers SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-848-21565-8 • CL • $70.00

Sustainable Supply Chain Management JOËLLE MORANA ✤ Discusses logistics, a major strategic issue for all companies, and how the use of Sustainable Supply Chain Management or SuSCM is now increasingly at the centre of thought ✤ Explains its relevance to governmental pressures, namely decrees, laws, and regulations, environmental pressures such as pollution and disappearance of fuel fossils, and societal pressures, namely reputation/image, and protection ✤ Presents each economic, environmental and societal aspect of SuSCM, aiming to facilitate the implementation of the elements that make it up ✤ Includes several "strategic interpretive lenses" for the reader to perform audits and diagnostics of each component READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

APR 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-848-21526-9 • CL • $95.00

Metaheuristics for Production Scheduling BASSEM JARBOUI, PATRICK SIARRY & JACQUES TEGHEM ✤ Describes the potentialities of metaheuristics for solving production scheduling problems and the relationship between these two fields ✤ Includes many real-world applications presented by the authors, making this an invaluable resource READERSHIP: Researchers and students in engineering, economics, mathematics, and computer science, managers of companies SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 528PP • 978-1-848-21497-2 • CL • $199.00

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Management and Engineering Innovation CAROLINA MACHADO & J. PAOLO DAVIM University of Aveiro, Portugal

✤ Discusses management and engineering innovation with a particular emphasis on human resource management and production engineering ✤ Serves to increase the knowledge and effectiveness of all those involved in management and engineering innovation whether in the profit or not-for-profit sectors, or in the public or private sectors READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

JUN 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-848-21554-2 • CL • $115.00

Joint Optimization of Maintenance and Production Policies Joint Optimization of Maintenance and Production Policies

NIDHAL REZG, SOFIEN DELLAGI & ABDELHAKIM KHATAD ✤ Presents a literature review of the recent works regarding the different approaches developed in the framework of the joint optimisation of intelligent maintenance and production strategies READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 144PP • 978-1-848-21553-5 • CL • $70.00

Multimodal Transport Systems SLIM HAMMADI & MEKKI KSOURI

Multimodal Transport Systems

✤ Discusses transport engineering, an interesting field of application for researchers worldwide, who are looking to improve existing solutions, or provide new and effective solutions to functional problems ✤ Proposes an updated state-of-the-art of the set of techniques, approaches, and methods for the specification, design, optimisation, and implementation of advanced mobility services READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

NOV 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-848-21411-8 • CL • $125.00

Seismic Vulnerability of Structures PHILIPPE GUEGUEN ✤ Describes seismic vulnerability methods applied to a large number of structures such as buildings and bridges in moderate seismic prone regions such as France and Switzerland, and strong seismic prone regions such as Italy and Greece READERSHIP: Decision makers, local or regional authorities SERIES: ISTE

FEB 2013 • 368PP • 978-1-848-21524-5 • CL • $145.00

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3 Volume Set

AMMAR GROUS ✤ Provides an in-depth assessment of the indicators of quality and reliability to aid in decision-making ✤ Describes the vast range of the laws of statistical distributions encountered in various scientific and technical fields, and explains how these are used to test reliability issues in materials and structures

Fracture Mechanics

✤ Presents a wide range of case studies and applications designed to demonstrate questions of quality control, and offers a blend of educational and practical approaches, useful for industry professionals and academics alike READERSHIP: Schools, colleges, universities, diverse industries SERIES: ISTE

AUG 2013 • 928PP • 978-1-848-21439-2 • CL • $365.00

ENGINEERING

Fracture Mechanics

Loop-shaping Robust Control PHILIPPE FEYEL ✤ Provides an introduction to the loop-shaping approach, and in particular the declination of high-level specifications towards a loop-shaping specification ✤ Explains how the simplicity and flexibility of this approach make it useful for the industry context READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-848-21465-1 • CL • $125.00

Optimization in Engineering Sciences Exact Methods

PIERRE BORNE, DUMITRU POPESCU, FLORIN GH. FILIP & DAN STEFANOIU ✤ Presents the main methods of static and dynamic optimisation for engineering sciences, using algorithms READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2012 • 336PP • 978-1-848-21432-3 • CL • $145.00

Driving Simulation HICHEM ARIOUI & LAMRI NEHAOUA ✤ Describes the main components constituting a driving simulator, followed by a classification of robotic architectures ✤ Includes a literature review on driving simulators and two-wheeled vehicles

Driving Simulation

READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

DEC 2013 • 160PP • 978-1-848-21467-5 • CL • $80.00

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ENGINEERING

Hybrid Systems with Constraints JAMAL DAAFOUZ, SOPHIE TARBOURIECH & MARIO SIGALOTTI ✤ Describes the theory of hybrid systems, the subject of intensive research over the last decade as a result of a large number of diverse and challenging problems having been investigated ✤ Dedicates the discussion mainly to hybrid systems with constraints ✤ Provides new tools for stability analysis and control design for hybrid systems with operating constraints and performance specifications READERSHIP: Academic researchers and postgraduates in control science, control engineers dealing with systems characterised by the interaction of continuous and discrete dynamics with operating constraints and performance SERIES: ISTE

APR 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-848-21527-6 • CL • $125.00

Vehicular Networks Models and Algorithms

ANDRÉ-LUC BEYLOT & HOUDA LABIOD ✤ Features vehicular networks which have been receiving a lot of attention from academia, industry, standardisation bodies, the various transportation agencies, and government departments around the world ✤ Describes models and/or algorithms designed to investigate evolutionary solutions to overcome important issues such as congestion control, routing, clustering, inter-connection with long-term evolution or LTE, etc ✤ Provides an up-to-date progress report on the most significant contributions carried out by the specialised research community in the various fields concerned, in terms of models and algorithms READERSHIP: Postgraduates, PhD students, engineers, R&D engineers, researchers SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-848-21489-7 • CL • $165.00

Reverse Engineering in Control Design DANIEL ALAZARD ISAE, France

✤ Includes an open-source toolbox to implement the various approaches in Matlab, together with demo files and embedded Matlab functions which can be downloaded on the reader's PC READERSHIP: PhD students in the field of robust control, aerospace and aeronautical companies and agencies, automatic control departments of universities and governmental laboratories, trainees of workshops organised on this topic SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2013 • 192PP • 978-1-848-21523-8 • CL • $95.00

Numerical Methods in Contact Mechanics VLADISLAV A. YASTREBOV ✤ Covers all basic ingredients of contact and computational contact mechanics ✤ Contains numerous examples and figures to make the material accessible for a broad audience ✤ Combines extended introductory parts with new developments including validation problems and tests for self-study READERSHIP: Students of mechanical engineering in contact mechanics and computational contact, engineers and researchers working on the development of in-house or commercial finite element software, researchers in computational contact mechanics SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-848-21519-1 • CL • $145.00

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Non Smooth Deterministic or Stochastic Discrete Dynamical Systems Applications to Models with Friction or Impact

JEROME BASTIEN, FREDERIC BERNARDIN & CLAUDE-HENRI LAMARQUE ✤ Presents a practical work bridging the gap between highly specialised mathematical literature and real-world engineering applications ✤ Introduces theoretical and practical methods to treat models of dynamical systems involving nonsmooth nonlinearities READERSHIP: Professionals in research and industry interested in the modelling and numerical simulation of discrete mechanical systems SERIES: ISTE

FEB 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-848-21525-2 • CL • $195.00

Diversity and Non-integer Derivation Applied to System Dynamics ALAIN OUSTALOUP ✤ Provides an introduction to the non-integer derivative as a modelling tool ✤ Features a clear and easy to follow style READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

MAR 2014 • 288PP • 978-1-848-21475-0 • CL • $125.00

Diversity and Non-integer Derivation Applied to System Dynamics

Interdisciplinary Mechatronics Engineering Science and Research Development

M. K. HABIB & J. PAULO DAVIM ✤ Discusses the mastering of a multitude of disciplines, technologies, and their interaction ✤ Introduces research advances in mechatronics engineering, and the teaching approaches, namely theoretical, projects, and laboratories, and curriculum development for undergraduate and postgraduate studies READERSHIP: Postgraduates, academic institutions, researchers, and professionals dealing with interdisciplinary activities, students from other related disciplines, libraries SERIES: ISTE

APR 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-848-21418-7 • CL • $165.00

Chemistry of Bioconjugates Synthesis, Characterization, and Biomedical Applications

RAVIN NARAIN University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Describes the chemical methods and techniques used in bioconjugation, physico-chemical, and biochemical properties of bioconjugates

Chemistry of Bioconjugates

✤ Links chemistry to biological application by emphasising synthesis, properties, and applications ✤ Overviews methods in a way that can guide researchers in creating and applying bioconjugate materials ✤ Discusses various types of bioconjugates such as polymers, dendrimers, lipids, nanoparticles, and nanotubes, and includes applications in assays, imaging, biosensors, drug delivery, and diagnostics READERSHIP: Organic and polymer chemists, biochemists, carbohydrate chemists, biophysicists, biomedical/materials/ biological engineers, drug and gene delivery scientists

FEB 2014 • 464PP • 978-1-118-35914-3 • CL • $195.00

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CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION

Design and Construction of Nuclear Power Plants JÜRGEN SCHNELL, JULIAN MEYER, RÜDIGER MEISWINKEL, KONRAD BERGMEISTER, FRANK FINGERLOOS & JOHANN-DIETRICH WÖRNER ✤ Gives an overview from approval aspects given by nuclear and construction law to safety concept and design, accidental actions, and building execution ✤ Represents a translation of the well-known German edition “Beton-Kalender” ✤ Considers all life cycle phases, with the primary focus on execution READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, test engineers, technical colleges, libraries SERIES: BETON-KALENDER SERIES

APR 2013 • 150PP • 978-3-433-03042-4 • PR • $70.00

Performance Based Building Design 2 From Timber-framed Construction to Partition Walls

HUGO S. L. C. HENS ✤ Describes the aim of performance-based design which encompasses sustainability and energy performance ✤ Combines theory with typical building engineering practice ✤ Discusses performance evaluation of all building parts with regard to structural integrity, air tightness, thermal characteristics, moisture tolerance, acoustics, durability, fire safety, maintenance, and economy ✤ Contains numerous parameters for various materials READERSHIP: Civil engineers, architects, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries

NOV 2012 • 292PP • 978-3-433-03023-3 • PR • $80.00

Reconditioning and Maintenance of Concrete Structures BERND HILLEMEIER, CLAUS FLOHRER, JÜRGEN KRELL, GABRIELE MARQUARDT, JEANETTE ORLOWSKY, MICHAEL RAUPACH, KARSTEN SCHUBERT, STEPHANIE SCHULER, KONRAD BERGMEISTER, FRANK FINGERLOOS, JOHANN-DIETRICH WÖRNER & PAUL OSSELMANN ✤ Represents a translation of the well-known German edition Beton-Kalender ✤ Includes basis materials, technology, damage mechanisms, and repair measures ✤ Gives a comprehensive overview about technology, corrosion mechanisms, and measures for the rehabilitation of concrete READERSHIP: Civil engineers, test engineers, engineering consultants, technical colleges, libraries SERIES: BETON-KALENDER SERIES

NOV 2013 • 210PP • 978-3-433-03043-1 • PR • $70.00

Concrete Constructions for Wind Turbines JÜRGEN GRÜNBERG, JOACHIM GÖHLMANN, KONRAD BERGMEISTER, FRANK FINGERLOOS & JOHANN-DIETRICH WÖRNER ✤ Represents a translation of the well-known German edition Beton-Kalender ✤ Describes the construction methods of offshore wind energy ✤ Gives a comprehensive overview for planning and structural design analysis of reinforced concrete and pre-stressed concrete wind turbine towers for both onshore and offshore wind turbines READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, test engineers, technical colleges, libraries SERIES: BETON-KALENDER SERIES

SEPT 2013 • 236PP • 978-3-433-03041-7 • PR • $70.00

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Performance Based Building Design 1 and 2

HUGO S. L. C. HENS ✤ Describes the aim of performance-based design which encompasses sustainability and energy performance ✤ Combines theory with typical building engineering practice ✤ Discusses performance evaluation of all building parts with regard to structural integrity, air tightness, thermal characteristics, moisture tolerance, acoustics, durability, fire safety, maintenance, and economy ✤ Contains numerous parameters for various materials READERSHIP: Civil engineers, architects, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries

DEC 2012 • 568PP • 978-3-433-03024-0 • PR • $135.00

Computational Geomechanics Theory and Applications 2nd Edition

ANDREW K. CHAN, MANUEL PASTOR, BERNARD SCHREFLER, TADAHIKO SHIOMI, TAKENAKA CORPORATION & O. C. ZIENKIEWICZ University of Birmingham UK; University College, Swansea, Wales

✤ Logically organized, thoroughly updated edition of the classic book by Zienkiewicz et al

Computational Geomechanics

✤ New chapter on computational methods for fast catastrophic landslides ✤ Companion website with example code including SWANDYNE and GeoMadrid ✤ Each chapter includes multiple questions, problems and hands-on experiments, as well as suggested applications to other situations READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, research scientists and practitioners in geotechnical, civil and environmental engineering

FEB 2014 • 500PP • 978-1-118-35047-8 • CL • $150.00

Earthquake Engineering From Source to Fragility 2nd Edition

AMR ELNASHAI & LUIGI DI SARNO University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤ Includes new chapters on the cutting-edge research areas of soil structure interaction or SSI and fragility formulations ✤ Combines aspects of engineering seismology, structural, and geotechnical earthquake engineering to provide an understanding of the response of structures to earthquake ground motion

Earthquake Engineering

CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION

Package

✤ Presents each chapter within the framework from source of earthquakes to societal consequences ✤ Offers a companion website hosting slides, problem sets with solutions, and worked-through examples READERSHIP: Practising structural engineers and architects, building code developers, postgraduates in earthquake, geotechnical, and structural engineering, other professionals interested in earthquake engineering

MAR 2014 • 430PP • 978-1-118-67892-3 • CL • $130.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-02483-6

Recommendations on Excavations 3rd Edition

DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR GEOTECHNIK E.V. / GERMAN GEOTECHNICAL SOCIETY & ALAN JOHNSON ✤ Provides standard-like recommendations ✤ Summarises important empirically determined values for design ✤ Includes design examples ✤ Features extensive revision READERSHIP: Civil engineers, test engineers, libraries

NOV 2013 • 320PP • 978-3-433-03036-3 • CL • $107.00

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Recommendations on Piling DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR GEOTECHNIK E.V. / GERMAN GEOTECHNICAL SOCIETY & ALAN JOHNSON Recommendations on Piling

✤ Provides standard-like recommendations ✤ Summarises important empirically determined values for design ✤ Includes design examples ✤ Applies to offshore foundations READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, test engineers, public authorities, libraries SERIES: ERNST & SOHN SERIES ON GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

OCT 2013 • 480PP • 978-3-433-03018-9 • CL • $150.00

Handbook of Tunnel Engineering I Structures and Methods

BERNHARD MAIDL, MARKUS THEWES, ULRICH MAIDL & DAVID S. STURGE

Handbook of Tunnel Engineering I

✤ Provides valuable assistance for the design and construction of tunnels ✤ Showcases works by internationally recognised authors ✤ Supplements volume II READERSHIP: Civil engineers, test engineers, libraries

SEPT 2013 • 450PP • 978-3-433-03048-6 • CL • $120.00

Handbook of Tunnel Engineering II Basics and Additional Services for Design and Construction

BERNHARD MAIDL, MARKUS THEWES & ULRICH MAIDL ✤ Provides valuable assistance for the design and construction of tunnels ✤ Showcases works by internationally recognised authors ✤ Supplements volume I READERSHIP: Civil engineers, test engineers, libraries

NOV 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-433-03049-3 • CL • $120.00

Managing Risk in Construction Projects 3rd Edition

NIGEL J. SMITH University of Leeds

Managing Risk in Construction Projects

✤ Offers sound practical guidance on identifying, assessing, and managing risk ✤ Provides a sound basis for effective decision-making in conditions of uncertainty ✤ Includes helpful blend of theory and practice ✤ Features lively use of case study material READERSHIP: Final year undergraduates and postgraduates in construction management, project management, quantity surveying, and civil engineering, construction management practitioners, project managers, quantity surveyors

JAN 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-118-34723-2 • PR • $70.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-3012-7

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KATHY ROPER & LISA BORELLO ✤ Deals with the changes occurring in the field today ✤ Includes key research areas for both academics and practitioners ✤ Focuses on actual practice of facility management organisations rather than on what facility management should be ✤ Examines latest techniques, models, and case studies to provide a unique exploration of the new global world of facility management READERSHIP: Postgraduate facility management students, researchers and academics, facility management practitioners SERIES: INNOVATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

DEC 2013 • 216PP • 978-0-470-67400-0 • CL • $115.00

Legal Concepts for Facility Managers LINDA THOMAS-MOBLEY ✤ Represents the first law textbook specifically for facility managers ✤ Helps the facility management avoid unnecessary exposure to legal liability ✤ Explains each major legal theory and illustrated with case histories READERSHIP: Facility management students, practising facility managers

JAN 2014 • 288PP • 978-0-470-67474-1 • PR • $80.00

Hydraulic Fracturing in Earth-rock Fill Dam JUN-JIE WANG ✤ Presents a systematic and comprehensive study of hydraulic fracturing, original in its concentration of core soil problems ✤ Focuses on the problem of hydraulic fracturing in earth-rock fill dams from three aspects - conditions and mechanisms of hydraulic fracturing, criterion of hydraulic fracturing, and numerical method on hydraulic fracturing

Hydraulic Fracturing in Earth-rock Fill Dam

CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION

International Facility Management

✤ Examines advanced laboratory soil testing, application of numerical methods, and field testing/ monitoring, all needed for a better understanding of hydraulic fracturing in earth/rock fill dams ✤ Provides an essential reference in an area of scarce research in this field, and discusses the pressing need in high earth dam construction in developing countries READERSHIP: Researchers, designers, and constructors in hydraulic and geotechnical engineering fields, students on Master’s or PhD courses

FEB 2014 • 300PP • 978-1-118-72550-4 • CL • $1.99

Theory of Nonlinear Structural Analysis The Force Analogy Method for Earthquake Engineering

GANG LI & KEVIN WONG Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

✤ Introduces one single analytical/computational method of nonlinear analysis of structure, i.e. the force analogy method ✤ Covers both the theoretical background and practical applications in seismic analysis of structures

Theory of Nonlinear Structural Analysis

✤ Presents a distinctive, specialist topic, authored by experts in the area READERSHIP: Professional scientists, engineers, researchers, postgraduates, undergraduates, software developers

MAR 2014 • 350PP • 978-1-118-71806-3 • CL • $1.99

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Dam Failure Mechanisms and Risk Assessment LIMIN ZHANG, MING PENG, DONGSHEGN CHANG & YAO XU ✤ Introduces the causes, processes, and consequences of dam failures

Dam Failure Mechanisms and Risk Assessment

✤ Integrates the physical processes of dam breaching and the mathematical aspects of risk assessment in a concise manner ✤ Emphasises integrating theory and practice to better demonstrate the application of risk assessment and decision methodologies to real cases ✤ Formulates dam-breaching emergency management steps in a scientific structure READERSHIP: Civil engineering postgraduates, academic staff, dam and levee safety professionals, government dam and flood safety officials, geologists, geosciences researchers, environmental evaluators

MAR 2014 • 450PP • 978-1-118-55851-5 • CL • $190.00

Management of Construction Projects BRIAN COOKE Liverpool John Moores University, UK

✤ Deals with practical aspects of managing a construction project ✤ Provides examples related to detailed management procedures on site ✤ Identifies the functional approach to managing a project READERSHIP: Undergraduates on a wide range of construction related degree programmes

DEC 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-55516-3 • PR • $60.00

Facilities Manager's Desk Reference 2nd Edition

JANE M. WIGGINS ✤ Contains all the essential data covering the principal facility management services ✤ Serves as a highly practical reference for the busy facility management practitioner ✤ Saves time by bringing together essential, useful, and practical information ✤ Benefits students whose courses do not prepare them for the practicalities of professional practice READERSHIP: Practising facilities managers, students on facility management courses, practitioners in related areas such as architecture, surveying, and management

NOV 2013 • 584PP • 978-1-118-46294-2 • PR • $70.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18661-2

Retrofitting the Built Environment DR. WILLIAM SWAN & DR. PHILIP BROWN University of Salford ; University of Salford

✤ Discusses how physical upgrading of existing domestic and industrial building stock to improve energy performance is recognised as a core priority for tackling climate change ✤ Explains how the success of retrofitting depends on a range of issues - policy and regulation, people and behaviour, and supply chain and process, instead of just on the technology ✤ Reviews the range of factors impacting on the complex retrofit problem ✤ Provides a clear analysis of the main issues READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, policy makers, industry

SEPT 2013 • 264PP • 978-1-118-27350-0 • CL • $125.00

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Innovation in Underground Engineering

LYESSE LALOUI & ALICE DI DONNA ✤ Presents recent advances and current knowledge in the geotechnical design of energy geostructures ✤ Discusses energy geostructures which enable a renewable and clean source of energy to be produced, which can be used for the heating and cooling of buildings ✤ Provides a sound grounding in this challenging area READERSHIP: Researchers, foundation engineers looking to make energy geostructures part of their design practice, geotechnical and structural engineers, postgraduates and undergraduates in civil engineering and architecture SERIES: ISTE

OCT 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21572-6 • CL • $135.00

Geomechanics in CO2 Storage Facilities GILLES PIJAUDIER-CABOT & JEAN-MICHEL PEREIRA Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France; Ecole des Ponts ParisTech

✤ Provides an overview of multiphysics processes occurring in storage facilities ✤ Deals with geophysical, geological, and geomechanical issues related to CO2 storage in geological formations READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

DEC 2012 • 256PP • 978-1-848-21416-3 • CL • $125.00

Innovation and Environment EUNIKA MERCIER-LAURENT ✤ Introduces the principles of eco-innovation and importance of the impact of their activity ✤ Serves as an advanced resource for those involved in sustainable research and development READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

Innovation and Environment

MAR 2014 • 192PP • 978-1-84821-556-6 • CL • $95.00

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Energy Geostructures

Transport and Coherent Structures in Wall Turbulence SEDAT TARDU ✤ Presents a detailed and deep perception of wall-bounded turbulence from a structural perspective READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

FEB 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21395-1 • CL • $145.00

Transport and Coherent Structures in Wall Turbulence

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The Expert Witness in Construction ROBERT HORNE & JOHN MULLEN Trowers & Hamlins; Driver Consult Ltd

✤ Discusses the extensive use of expert witnesses in construction disputes, where their specialist opinion aids understanding and interpretation of the facts, and may be influential in deciding the outcome ✤ Explains in practical terms the way in which experts work with particular reference to the construction industry ✤ Features the writings of a practising lawyer and a consultant with extensive expert witness experience covering the requirements of both the lawyer and expert ✤ Helps lawyers and expert witnesses to understand each other's needs, resulting in a closer, more productive working relationship READERSHIP: All those involved in the resolution of construction disputes such as construction lawyers, construction consultants and experts, architects, contract administrators, contractors

OCT 2013 • 376PP • 978-0-470-65593-1 • CL • $135.00

Sustainable Concrete Solutions COSTAS GEORGOPOULOS ✤ Describes how concrete is perceived as an environmentally unfriendly material because of the energy used in its manufacture ✤ Explains how its performance as a building material mitigates the environmental impact of its manufacture ✤ Shows how concrete has a central place as a sustainable material in future construction projects ✤ Contains many case studies and references to legislation, codes, and standards READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in civil/structural engineering and related subjects such as construction management, architecture, quantity surveying, etc

DEC 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-119-96864-1 • PR • $80.00

Construction Management EUGENIO PELLICER, VÍCTOR YEPES, JOSÉ C. TEIXEIRA, HELDER P. MOURA & JOAQUÍN CATALÁ ✤ Focuses on the management of the construction phase of a building project from the contractor's point of view ✤ Covers the complete range of topics which the construction management professional is required to master ✤ Results from a Leonardo da Vinci project to develop a series of Common Learning Outcomes for European Managers in Construction READERSHIP: Postgraduates and final year undergraduates in construction and related disciplines, built environment researchers

OCT 2013 • 344PP • 978-1-118-53957-6 • PR • $60.00

Introduction to Soil Mechanics BÉLA BODÓ & COLIN JONES BSc BA MICE - retired geotechnical engineer; retired from the University of Wales, Newport where he was Programme Director for the Civil Engineering provision specializing in the area of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnics

✤ Offers strong coverage of fundamental soil mechanics ✤ Provides full coverage of Eurocode7 with worked examples and problems ✤ Includes large number of student problems READERSHIP: Undergraduates of civil engineering

AUG 2013 • 608PP • 978-0-470-65943-4 • PR • $55.00

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The Dynamics of Excellence 3rd Edition

PETER BARRETT & EDWARD FINCH Salford University, ; University of Salford

✤ Builds on the first and second editions, reinforcing the driving notion that excellent facility management demands an understanding and focus on the positive impacts facilities and their management can have on users ✤ Considers numerous contemporary issues facing facilities managers ✤ Provides a blend of research-informed opportunities and practical, balanced advice for strategicallyorientated practitioners ✤ Represents a key book for all facility management courses and forward thinking facility management practitioners READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates of facility management, academics, facility management practitioners

OCT 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-67397-3 • PR • $75.00

Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures 2nd Edition

KIM S. ELLIOTT & COLIN JOLLY Nottingham University, Consultant

✤ Incorporates a new chapter on the design of panel structures, including the concepts of crosswall construction and volumetric construction ✤ Features design examples to the new Eurocodes, using their British National Application Documents, including BS EN 1990: Basis of Structural Design, BS EN 1991: Actions on Structures, and BS EN 1992: Design of Concrete Structures ✤ Provides numerous worked examples drawn from industry, as well as design charts and tables READERSHIP: Structural engineers, contractors, precast concrete fabricators; final year undergraduates and postgraduate students of civil/structural engineering

NOV 2013 • 776PP • 978-1-405-10614-6 • CL • $145.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05529-6

The JCT Standard Building Contract 2011 DAVID CHAPPELL University of Central England in Birmingham, UK

✤ Covers the recently issued JCT Standard Building Contract 2011 ✤ Provides a straightforward and concise text, and free of legal jargon as far as possible ✤ Sets out exactly what the contract requires in various circumstances ✤ Includes many tables and flowcharts to ensure clarity

CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION

Facilities Management

READERSHIP: Architects, contract administrators, project managers, quantity surveyors, contractors, contract consultants, construction lawyers

FEB 2014 • 386PP • 978-1-118-35134-5 • CL • $110.00

Cornes and Lupton's Design Liability in the Construction Industry 5th Edition

SARAH LUPTON Cardiff University, UK

✤ Discusses the woes faced by construction professionals being sued for negligence and their insurers’ high premiums to cover this liability ✤ Highlights the many factors that have come together recently to create a new range of design liability issues which the construction professional has to face ✤ Represents a completely revised and updated edition by a well-established author with expertise in both architecture and law READERSHIP: Architects, engineers, contractors, and lawyers, primarily for those in practice but also a useful text for Master’s level courses in engineering, surveying, and construction law

NOV 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-444-33006-9 • CL • $115.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-03261-7

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Commercial Management Theory and Practice

DAVID LOWE Manchester Business School

✤ Includes examples and illustrations from a variety of industries - private and public sectors ✤ Covers many topics of commercial management providing a one-stop-shop READERSHIP: Undergraduate main text for final level Construction Management and Quantity Surveying courses, and Post-graduate Project Management courses

JUL 2013 • 528PP • 978-1-405-12468-3 • PR • $60.00

Guide to Measurement using the New Rules of Measurement SEAN D. C. OSTROWSKI ✤ Represents the first reference on the new rules of measurement or NRM, new for the construction industry ✤ Serves as an essential guidance for all involved in the cost management on construction projects and aims to dispel anxieties about using a new method in an important area of fee generation ✤ Features works based on the authors' successful NRM roadshows ✤ Offers a companion website with support for students and lecturers READERSHIP: Quantity surveying students

NOV 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-33301-3 • PR • $75.00

Estimating and Cost Planning Using the New Rules of Measurement SEAN D. C. OSTROWSKI ✤ Discusses the new rules of measurements or NRM, which is mandatory for quantity surveying professionals ✤ Serves as an essential guidance for all involved in the cost management of construction projects and aims to dispel anxieties about using a new method in an important area of fee generation ✤ Features works based on the author's successful roadshows, organised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors or RICS to promote the NRM ✤ Offers a companion website providing support for both lecturers and students READERSHIP: Quantity surveying students

AUG 2013 • 216PP • 978-1-118-33265-8 • PR • $60.00

Understanding Historic Building Conservation MICHAEL FORSYTH University of Bath

✤ Gives key information in each area, pointing the reader to other sources for more detailed guidance ✤ Provides a strong focus on engineering and craft solutions ✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of a multi-disciplinary area to encourage disparate groups of professionals to work more closely ✤ Incorporates full-colour illustrations throughout READERSHIP: Practising architects, planners, surveyors, engineers SERIES: HISTORIC BUILDING CONSERVATION

SEPT 2013 • 232PP • 978-1-118-78159-3 • PR • $65.00 / 978-1-405-11172-0 • CL • $100.00

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Format-Agnostic Media

OLIVER SCHREER Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, Germany

✤ Presents current trends and potential future developments by leading researchers in immersive media production, delivery, rendering, and interaction ✤ Considers the complete production, processing, and distribution chain illustrating the dependencies and the relationship between different components ✤ Proposes that a format-agnostic approach to the production and delivery of broadcast programmes will overcome the problems faced with the steadily growing number of production and delivery formats ✤ Explains the fundamentals of media production in addition to the complete production chain, beyond current-state-of-the-art through to presenting novel approaches and technologies for future media production READERSHIP: Students, researchers, and developers of audio-visual technology, such as engineers in broadcast technology companies and students aiming for a career in broadcast both from a production and an engineering perspective

JAN 2014 • 416PP • 978-1-118-60533-2 • CL • $110.00

Addressing Techniques of Liquid Crystal Displays TEMKAR N. RUCKMONGATHAN ✤ Acts as an exhaustive review and comparison of techniques developed for passive-matrix addressing of twisted nematic and super-twisted nematic (STN) LCDs ✤ Discusses the trend towards "High Definition" displays and that a hybrid approach to drive matrix LCDs (combination of active and passive matrix addressing) will be the future of LCD addressing

Addressing Techniques of Liquid Crystal Displays

✤ Contains the author's recent work on Bit-Slice Addressing that is useful for fast responding LCDs, as well as a chapter on driving ferroelectric LCDs

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Media Production, Delivery and Interaction for Platform Independent Systems

✤ Provides an objective comparison that will enable designers to make an informed choice of an addressing technique for a specific application READERSHIP: Design engineers tasked with embedding LCD driver and controller in many systems including systems on chip; postgraduate students SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY

MAR 2014 • 352PP • 978-1-119-94045-6 • CL • $130.00

Digital Camera Processing Pipeline DR KEIGO HIRAKAWA & DR FARHAN BAQAI Harvard University, USA; Sony Corporation

✤ Offers a comprehensive text on digital camera design, with emphasis on the components that comprise the image processing pipeline ✤ Bridges the gap between academic research and industry ✤ Includes photographs from the digital processing pipeline to convey how engineering design choices will affect the outcome

Digital Camera Processing Pipeline

✤ Provides problems and project assignments in each chapter, making it ideal for teaching at an advanced level READERSHIP:Practitioners responsible for developing digital cameras, academic researchers in mathematics, statistics, colour science, and signal processing, postgraduates or senior-level undergraduates, developers for imaging software SERIES: THE WILEY-IS&T SERIES IN IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MAR 2014 • 416PP • 978-0-470-68609-6 • CL • $115.00

Fundamentals of Silicon Carbide Technology TSUNENOBU KIMOTO Kyoto, Japan

✤ Introduces the fundamental aspects of silicon carbide, or SiC, materials science, processes, devices, and power systems ✤ Covers applications such as power supplies, motor control, photovoltaic converters, high-voltage converters/inverters, radar, wireless communication, high-temperature electronics, and sensors ✤ Discusses how the proliferation of SiC power devices will contribute to less environmental pollution and the conservation of fossil fuels through its energy saving properties ✤ Offers full illustrations throughout, with works contributed by acknowledged experts with over twenty years of experience in SiC research READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researchers in semiconductor devices, sensor design, high temperature electronics, power electronics, electronic material properties, and crystal growth, application engineers and product managers

MAR 2014 • 400PP • 978-1-118-31352-7 • CL • $155.00

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Boolean Circuit Rewiring Bridging Logical and Physical Designs

TAK-KEI LAM, XING WEI, WAI-CHUNG TANG & DAVID YU-LIANG WU

Boolean Circuit Rewiring

✤ Provides unique, comprehensive coverage of semiconductor rewiring techniques written by leading researchers in the field, from an introductory to intermediate level ✤ Explains rewiring as a flexible technique for Boolean logic synthesis, introducing the concept of Boolean circuit transformation and testing, with examples ✤ Teaches readers how to directly apply the described techniques to real-world VLSI design issues ✤ Focuses on the automatic test pattern generation or ATPG-based rewiring methods, and discusses some non-ATPG based rewiring methods such as graph based alternative wiring and "set of pairs of functions to be distinguished"-based rewiring READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in VLSI and SoC design, digital design engineers, EDA software developers, design automation experts in the synthesis and optimisation of logical circuits, computer science students, industry professionals

MAR 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-118-75011-7 • CL • $161.00

Introduction to Complex Networks Models, Structures and Dynamics

GUANRONG CHEN, XIAOFAN WANG & XIANG LI

Introduction to Complex Networks

✤ Describes complex networks, an increasingly important area of research ✤ Signifies the first systematic presentation of dynamical evolving networks, with many up-to-date applications and homework projects to enhance study ✤ Showcases the works of experts who are all very active and well-known in the rapidly evolving field of complex networks ✤ Features a logical, constructive style - from basic to complex, examining algorithms, to constructing networks and research challenges of the future READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, research postgraduates, and researchers in electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, information science, communication networks, applied physics, applied mathematics

MAR 2014 • 304PP • 978-1-118-71811-7 • CL • $1.99

Cooperative Two-Way Wireless Relay Communication Design, Analysis and Implementation

Cooperative Two-Way Wireless Relay Communication

C. TELLAMBURA University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Provides a comprehensive technical coverage of both theoretical and practical aspects of two-way relay technology ✤ Demonstrates cooperative two-way relay channel/system parameters and specifications, channel/ system models, related algorithms, and computer simulation results via many illustrations ✤ Presents case studies on the integration of cooperative two-way relay technology with both existing and emerging network architectures, i.e. 4G and subsequent wireless standards ✤ Offers well-defined and selective examples in each main section offering intuitive and easier understanding of the corresponding technology READERSHIP: Postgraduates in wireless communications, research engineers in communication system design, technical and marketing managers of wireless product development and marketing, strategists, planners

MAR 2014 • 512PP • 978-1-118-45701-6 • CL • $130.00

Heterogeneous Networks in LTE-Advanced JOYDEEP ACHARYA, LONG GAO & SUDHANSHU GAUR

Heterogeneous Networks in LTE-Advanced

✤ Provides a comprehensive summary of theoretical and practical developments in LTE heterogeneous networks ✤ Showcases the works of experts in this field, who are active members in standardisation proceedings, enabling up-to-date coverage of current developments ✤ Explains network design optimisation of present and future commercial deployments from LTE Release 8 through to Release 12 and beyond via multiple case studies ✤ Includes Matlab code for simulating heterogeneous networks, LTE channel models, references to 3GPP specifications, contributions, and updates on recent standardisation activities via a companion website READERSHIP: Engineers and practitioners in wireless industry, researchers and students in universities and research institutes

FEB 2014 • 384PP • 978-1-118-51186-2 • CL • $115.00

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SHENGLI ZHOU & ZHAOHUI WANG ✤ A blend of introductory material and advanced signal processing and communication techniques, of critical importance to underwater system and network development ✤ The first book dedicated to OFDM for underwater acoustic channels where processing techniques are drastically different from those used for OFDM in wireless radio channels

OFDM for Underwater Acoustic Communications

✤ Provides a comprehensive approach to explicit intercarrier interference mitigation, and describes the application of the latest techniques such as compressive sensing for sparse channel estimation and factor-graph based message passing for equalization ✤ Contains extensive performance results based on various experimental data sets READERSHIP: Graduate and postgraduate students on electrical engineering or physics courses; electrical engineers, underwater acousticians, communications engineers

MAR 2014 • 448PP • 978-1-118-45886-0 • CL • $140.00

Underwater Wireless Networks Principles, Protocols and Implementations

TAO CUI University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Includes the most up-to-date technologies and on-going research in underwater networking, with real system implementations ✤ Introduces underwater networks from the networking and system perspectives, presenting state-of– the-art developments in underwater networking and implementations ✤ Features a hot topic that is receiving substantial interest from the telecommunications community due to the challenges posed by the underwater environment and the many applications that can be implemented once the technology is ready ✤ Provides tables, figures, illustrations, photographs, case studies, tutorials, and examples with full illustrations throughout

Underwater Wireless Networks

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

OFDM for Underwater Acoustic Communications

READERSHIP: Engineers, researchers, scientists, undergraduates and postgraduates in electrical engineering, computer science, marine science, and ocean engineering

MAR 2014 • 512PP • 978-1-118-46526-4 • CL • $145.00

Smart Grid Standards TAKURO SATO, DANIEL KAMMEN, MARTIN MACUHA, ZHENYU ZHOU, MUHAMMAD TARIQ & JUN WU ✤ Offers a comprehensive introduction to smart grid standards and their applications for developers, consumers, and service providers ✤ Covers all up-to-date standards of smart grid, including the key standards from NIST, IEC, ISO ZigBee, IEEE, HomePlug, SAE, and other international and regional standardisation organisations ✤ Presents standards for renewable energy and smart generation, covering wind energy, solar voltaic, fuel cells, pumped storage, distributed generation, and nuclear generation standards ✤ Introduces the standards for smart storage and plug-in electric vehicles, including standards for distributed energy resources or DER, electric storage, and E-mobility/plug-in vehicles READERSHIP: Utility providers, ICT manufacturers, telecoms providers, engineers, researchers, government and industry regulators, postgraduates and undergraduates on electrical engineering, testing laboratories, certification organisations

FEB 2014 • 425PP • 978-1-118-65369-2 • CL • $140.00

Practical Guide to RF-MEMS JACOPO IANNACCI ✤ Provides researchers and engineers with invaluable practical hints on how to develop novel RF-MEMS device concepts ✤ Deals with design, simulation, optimisation, characterisation, and fabrication of MEMS for radiofrequency applications ✤ Treats the hard-to-predict interplay between the three-dimensional device structure and its electromagnetic functionality ✤ Introduces fundamental concepts with the application in mind, and simulation results are validated against experimental results READERSHIP: Electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry, PhD students in engineering sciences, materials scientists, physicists, sensor industry, semiconductor industry

SEPT 2013 • 372PP • 978-3-527-33564-0 • PR • $110.00

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Reliability of MEMS Testing of Materials and Devices

OSAMU TABATA, TOSHIYUKI TSUCHIYA, OLIVER BRAND, GARY K. FEDDER, CHRISTOFER HIEROLD & JAN G. KORVINK Kyoto University, Japan; Kyoto University, Japan; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Albert Ludwig University Freiburg, Germany

✤ Represents the only book series on microsystems technology or MEMS ✤ Discusses how the necessity of MEMS characterisation has led to the development of novel validation and reliability testing methods ✤ Describes how the determination of MEMS durability, stability, and maximum tolerable strains is indispensable for safe commercial usage as components in advanced gadgets and products READERSHIP: PhD and Master’s students in material sciences and engineering sciences, engineers for measurement and control, electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry

APR 2013 • 324PP • 978-3-527-33501-5 • PR • $95.00 / 978-3-527-31494-2 • CL • $280.00

Enabling Technologies for MEMS and Nanodevices Advanced Micro and Nanosystems

HENRY BALTES, OLIVER BRAND, GARY K. FEDDER, CHRISTOFER HIEROLD, JAN G. KORVINK & OSAMU TABATA ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland; IMTEK Freiburg, Germany; Kyoto University, Japan

✤ Represents the only book series on microsystems technology or MEMS ✤ Describes micro- and nanosystems - the basis for a continued technical innovation drive in the coming twenty years in important growth markets such as electronics, information technology, bioengineering, environment, energy, and safety ✤ Explores the techniques and processes of microtechnology and nanotechnology which are converging, to close the size gap, forming a large field that appeals to materials scientists, physicists, and engineers READERSHIP: Master's and PhD students in material sciences and engineering sciences, engineers for measurement and control, electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry

APR 2013 • 439PP • 978-3-527-33498-8 • PR • $95.00 / 978-3-527-30746-3 • CL • $340.00

Micro Process Engineering Fundamentals, Devices, Fabrication, and Applications NORBERT KOCKMANN, OLIVER BRAND, GARY K. FEDDER, CHRISTOFER HIEROLD, JAN G. KORVINK & OSAMU TABATA University of Freiburg, Germany; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland; IMTEK Freiburg, Germany; Kyoto University, Japan

✤ Represents the only book series on microsystems technology or MEMS ✤ Explores microprocess engineering - one of the most important directions of research and engineering towards successful synthesis of a wide range of chemical, pharmaceutical, and other products in the 21st century ✤ Provides complete coverage from design, simulation, fabrication, to characterisation, industrial application, and operational issues READERSHIP: Master's and PhD students in material sciences and engineering sciences, engineers for measurement and control, electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry

APR 2013 • 529PP • 978-3-527-33500-8 • PR • $95.00 / 978-3-527-31246-7 • CL • $340.00

CMOS-MEMS HENRY BALTES, OLIVER BRAND, GARY K. FEDDER, CHRISTOFER HIEROLD, JAN G. KORVINK & OSAMU TABATA ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Carnegie Mellon University, USA; ETH Zurich, Switzerland; IMTEK Freiburg, Germany; Kyoto University, Japan

✤ Represents the only book series on microsystems technology or MEMS ✤ Discusses how the combination of microelectromechanical devices and systems or MEMS with "CMOS", a mass production technology, is the key to even better and more versatile devices ✤ Covers all aspects of fabrication of MEMS under CMOS-compatible conditions for applications such as pressure, inertial, acoustic, chemical, thermal and biological sensors, radio frequency MEMS, and mechanical actuators READERSHIP: Master's and PhD students in material sciences and engineering sciences, engineers for measurement and control, electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry

APR 2013 • 608PP • 978-3-527-33499-5 • PR • $95.00

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Volume 3 - 3D Process Technology

PHILIP GARROU, MITSUMASA KOYANAGI & PETER RAMM Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA ; Tohoku University, Japan; Fraunhofer EMFT, Germany

✤ Covers the intricate details of 3D process technology ✤ Features the works of top editors such as Phil Garrou from the USA, Mitsumasa Koyanagi from Japan, and Peter Ramm from Germany, who are key figures in 3D integration and well-connected in the respective markets

Handbook of 3D Integration

✤ Showcases the works of experts from high-tech companies such as Brewer, Applied Materials, Intel, and IBM, and top-notch research institutions such as GeorgiaTech and IMEC ✤ Explores 3D integration, which the committee of the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors or ITRS views as a key technology to overcome the miniaturisation limits of twodimensional devices READERSHIP: Materials scientists, semiconductor physicists, semiconductor industry, IT engineers, electrical engineers, libraries

FEB 2014 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33466-7 • CL • $165.00

Advanced Routing Protocols for Wireless Networks MIGUEL ELIAS MITRE CAMPISTA & RUBINSTEIN MARCELO GONÇALVES RUBINSTEIN ✤ Introduces the principles of routing protocols and metrics as they affect wireless networking environments, specifically in urban areas ✤ Includes the consideration of ad hoc, mesh, vehicular, sensor, and delay tolerant networks READERSHIP: Engineers, undergraduates and postgraduates in engineering and computer science, internet users, system analysts, and IT professionals with basic networking background SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

Advanced Routing Protocols for Wireless Networks

FEB 2014 • 152PP • 978-1-848-21627-3 • CL • $70.00

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Scheduling of Large-scale Virtualized Infrastructures Toward Cooperative Management

FLAVIEN QUESNEL ✤ Discusses system virtualisation which has become increasingly common in distributed systems because of its functionality and convenience for the owners and users of these infrastructures ✤ Fills a need for updated software managing to meet the increasing size of virtual infrastructures

Scheduling of Large-scale Virtualized Infrastructures

READERSHIP: Professionals managing and scheduling virtual machines in a large-scale infrastructure, virtual infrastructure managers SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 192PP • 978-1-848-21620-4 • CL • $85.00

Inverse Methods Applied to DSP JEAN-FRANÇOIS GIOVANNELLI & JÉRÔME IDIER ✤ Presents conventional subjects in the field of inversion - biological and medical imaging, astronomy, non-destructive evaluation, processing of video sequences, target tracking, sensor networks, and digital communications READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

Inverse Methods Applied to DSP

MAR 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21637-2 • CL • $145.00

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The Inverse Method Parametric Verification of Real-time Unbedded Systems

ETIENNE ANDRÉ & ROMAIN SOULAT ✤ Introduces state-of-the-art verification techniques for real-time embedded systems, based on the inverse method for parametric timed automata ✤ Includes various examples, both from the literature and the industry to illustrate the techniques throughout the book READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-848-21447-7 • CL • $90.00

Nanoscale Microwave Engineering Optical Control of Nanodevices

CHARLOTTE TRIPON-CANSELIET & JEAN CHAZELAS

Nanoscale Microwave Engineering

✤ Covers the fundamental groundwork of the structure, property, characterisation methods, and applications of 1D and 2D nanostructures READERSHIP: Postgraduates, PhD students, postdocs, industrial R&D engineers SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

MAR 2014 • 96PP • 978-1-848-21587-0 • CL • $50.00

Architecture and Governance for Communication Services NOËL CRESPI & EMMANUEL BERTIN ✤ Provides a detailed overview on service architecture in the telco, web, and IT worlds, proposing a general framework for better definition and description of communication service architectures READERSHIP: Architects, engineers, and product managers in network operators and service providers, consultants in the domain of communication services, researchers, Master’s and PhD students in computer science and electrical engineering SERIES: ISTE

MAR 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-848-21491-0 • CL • $125.00

Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588 in Telecoms Next Generation Synchronization Networks

JEAN-LOUP FERRANT, MIKE GILSON, SÉBASTIEN JOBERT, MICHAEL MAYER, LAURENT MONTINI, MICHEL OUELLETTE, SILVANA RODRIGUES & STEFANO RUFFINI ✤ Addresses the multiple technical aspects of the distribution of synchronisation in new generation telecommunication networks, focusing in particular on synchronous Ethernet and IEEE1588 technologies READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-848-21443-9 • CL • $145.00

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GIL FRANCOPOULO ✤ Gives an overview of the LMF model and the Data Category Registry, which provides a flexible means for applying constants like/grammatical gender/in a variety of different settings, important for developers interested in LMF ✤ Discusses the successful application of the LMF specification with numerous lexicon managers currently using LMF in different languages and contexts READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

MAR 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-848-21430-9 • CL • $125.00

Man-Machine Dialogue Design and Challenges

FREDERIC LANDRAGIN ✤ Summarises the main problems posed by the design of a man-machine dialogue system ✤ Offers ideas on how to continue along the path towards efficient, realistic, and fluid communication between humans and machines READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JUN 2013 • 240PP • 978-1-848-21457-6 • CL • $85.00

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LMF Lexical Markup Framework

Safety Management of Software-based Equipment JEAN-LOUIS BOULANGER ✤ Provides a review of the principles of the safety of software-based equipment ✤ Presents the different safety techniques such as fault detection, redundancy, and quality control READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

APR 2013 • 192PP • 978-1-848-21452-1 • CL • $95.00

Risk Propagation Assessment for Network Security Application to Airport Communication Network Design

MOHAMED SLIM BEN MAHMOUD, NICOLAS LARRIEU & ALIAIN PIROVANO ✤ Aims to help network designers and security administrators build more robust and secure network topologies ✤ Focuses on risk assessment methodologies for network architecture design ✤ Includes a network implementation case study of the future airport AeroMACS system, illustrating the decision-making process involved in improving the security of the entire network READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

MAR 2013 • 144PP • 978-1-848-21454-5 • CL • $70.00

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Mobile Access Safety Beyond BYOD

DOMINIQUE ASSING & STÉPHANE CALÉ ✤ Reviews all the threats weighing on remote access points, as well as the existing standards and specific countermeasures to protect companies, from both the technical and organisational points of view ✤ Discusses the novelty of “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD, its dangers, and how to face them READERSHIP: Security managers of information systems, IT managers, or decision makers wishing to have a complete and global view of the possible threats and countermeasures regarding remote accesses SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-848-21435-4 • CL • $95.00

Radio Resource Allocation and Dynamic Spectrum Access BADR BENMAMMAR & ASMA AMRAOUI ✤ Presents state-of-the-art techniques for spectrum access, addressing the role of cooperation and competition to solve the problem of spectrum allocation and better manage radio resources in a radio cognitive context ✤ Details both the networking and artificial intelligence or AI aspects of CR, and provides a thorough analysis of the latest research on the applications of multi-agent systems or MAS in the field READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2013 • 96PP • 978-1-848-21445-3 • CL • $50.00

User-Centered Agile Method DOMINIQUE DEUFF & MATHILDE COSQUER Ergonomist at Orange Labs, Lannion cedex, France; Ergonomist at Orange Labs, Lannion cedex, France

✤ Explores the implementation of mutually integrating the agile scrum method, a programme used by developers with the user-centred design adopted by ergonomists READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

APR 2013 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21453-8 • CL • $65.00

Quality-ofExperiencebased Content Distribution Network Architecture

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Quality-of-Experience-based Content Distribution Network Architecture ABDELHAMID MELLOUK, HAI ANH TRAN & SAID HOCEINI ✤ Demonstrates how to integrate the quality-of-experience or QoE into a control-command chain in order to construct an adaptive network system READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers with an interest in this area, postdocs specifically working on this field SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

OCT 2013 • 160PP • 978-1-848-21563-4 • CL • $80.00


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Virtual Networks Pluralistic Approach for the Next Generation of Internet

OTTO CARLOS M. B. DUARTE & GUY PUJOLLE University of Pierre and Marie Curie, France

✤ Describes the main challenges for packet forwarding using Xen as a virtualisation tool ✤ Describes in detail a proposal for local control of virtual networks READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

JUL 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21406-4 • CL • $125.00

Geopositioning and Mobility AHMED NAIT-SIDI-MOH, MOHAMED BAKHOUYA, JAAFAR GABER & MAXIME WACK ✤ Presents a general overview of the applications and use of geopositioning and GNSS for assisting the supervision and management of mobile terrestrial professions, information, traffic regulation, multimodal information, etc ✤ Focuses on the field of mobility and terrestrial transport, the automotive industry, and tourism - on foot, by bicycle, motorcycle, car, professional vehicles, or public transport READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

MAY 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-848-21567-2 • CL • $95.00

Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks SHARIEF M.A. OTEAFY & HOSSAM S. HASSANEIN Queen's University

✤ Addresses attempts to scale wireless sensor networks to larger regions and augment their functionality ✤ Includes information on the architecture, framework, and pricing policy in addition to suggesting sustainable solutions for development

Dynamic Wireless Sensor Networks

READERSHIP: System architects, designers, product manufactures, lecturers, researchers, postgraduates, telecommunication managers, consultants, and operators SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 160PP • 978-1-848-21531-3 • CL • $70.00

Wireless Telecommunication Systems Theory Algorithms and Program Implementation

MICHEL TERRÉ, MYLÈNE PISCHELLA & EMMANUELLE VIVIER ✤ Presents a macroscopic approach on wireless systems, and answers key questions about power, data rates, multiple access, cellular engineering, and access networks architectures ✤ Includes a series of solved problems, aiming to establish the main elements of a global link budget in several radiocommunications systems READERSHIP: Telecommunication engineers, telecommunication students from engineering degree to PhD, telecommunication teachers SERIES: ISTE

JUL 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-848-21543-6 • CL • $95.00

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Three-dimensional Separated Flows Topology Singular Points, Beam Splitters and Vortex Structures

JEAN DÉLERY ✤ Develops concepts and a methodology for a rational description of the organisation of threedimensional flows ✤ Discusses these problems which concern industrial sectors, where aerodynamics plays a key role, such as aerospace, ground vehicles, and structures READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-848-21450-7 • CL • $80.00

Digitization of Notable Structures RAPHAËLE HÉNO & LAURE CHANDELIER Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques, France; Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques, France

Digitization of Notable Structures

✤ Focuses on lasergrammetry and applications of photogrammetry, and offers techniques useful to modelling remarkable buildings ✤ Features the works of distinguished geographic engineers whose insights are aimed primarily at scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in digital modelling READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

FEB 2014 • 128PP • 978-1-848-21536-8 • CL • $65.00

Satellite and Terrestrial Hybrid Networks PASCAL BERTHOU

Satellite and Terrestrial Hybrid Networks

✤ Addresses the components and interactions between terrestrial and satellite telecommunication systems ✤ Provides management techniques, intersystem mobility solutions, and performance problematics resolutions, with many examples of satellite system integration in terrestrial networks READERSHIP: Satellite operators, satellite manufacturers, internet service providers, spatial agencies, university technical institutes, network operators, system administrators, satellite application developers, protocols developers SERIES: ISTE

JAN 2014 • 256PP • 978-1-848-21541-2 • CL • $105.00

Command-control for Real-time Systems MOHAMMED CHADLI & HERVE COPPIER ✤ Presents the calculation of correction for industrial systems of different physical natures, their implementation on real-time target industrial systems, and their validation by simulation ✤ Optimises industrial processes by the use of automatic tools, industrial computing, and communications networks READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

APR 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-848-21365-4 • CL • $145.00

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Algorithms and Ordering Heuristics for Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problems MOHAMED WAHBI ✤ Explains how a wide variety of problems in artificial intelligence can be solved using distributed constraint satisfaction problems or DisCSP READERSHIP: Constraint programming and OR practitioners, Master’s and PhD students SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JUN 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-848-21594-8 • CL • $75.00

Proportionate-type Normalized Least Mean Square Algorithms KEVIN WAGNER & MILOS DOROSLOVACKI ✤ Introduces the important subject of proportionate-type normalised least mean square or PtNLMS, and develops and analyses these algorithms ✤ Examines the computational complexity of the presented algorithms READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JUN 2013 • 192PP • 978-1-848-21470-5 • CL • $95.00

Modeling and Optimization of Air Traffic DANIEL DELAHAYE & STÉPHANE PUECHMOREL ✤ Combines the research activities of the authors and presents their findings from the last fifteen years ✤ Discusses their work which uses air transport as its focal point, within the realm of mathematical optimisation, looking at real-life problems and theoretical models in tandem, and the challenges that accompany studying both approaches READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: ISTE

JUN 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-848-21595-5 • CL • $135.00

Co-Clustering GÉRARD GOVAERT & MOHAMED NADIF ✤ Considers a number of different approaches and addresses the difficulty of these classical methods to tackle the high dimensionality, the sparsity, and the scalability that leads to co-clustering ✤ Presents co-clustering or biclustering as simultaneous clustering, as a model-based co-clustering, as an approximation of matrix, and as the research of coherent co-clusters in biological terms or the extraction of co-clusters under conditions

Co-Clustering

READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area SERIES: FOCUS SERIES

JAN 2014 • 320PP • 978-1-848-21473-6 • CL • $145.00

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