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    • Lenihan, Ashley Thomas (2018-03-22)
      Why do states block some foreign direct investment on national security grounds even when it originates from within their own security community? Government intervention into foreign takeovers of domestic companies is on ...
    • Kidd, Ian James; Carel, Havi (2018)
      Ill persons suffer from a variety of epistemically-inflected harms and wrongs. Many of these are interpretable as specific forms of what we dub pathocentric epistemic injustices, these being ones that target and track ill ...
    • Baranova, Julija; Enfield, N.J.; S. Gísladóttir, Rósa; Drew, Paul; Hoymann, Gertie; Brown, Penelope; Blythe, Joe; Gipper, Sonja; Magyari, Lilla; Manrique, Elizabeth; Rossi, Giovanni; Floyd, Simeon; Dingemanse, Mark; Torreira, Francisco; H. Kendrick, Kobin; Dirksmeyer, Tyko; C. Levinson, Stephen; San Roque, Lila; Enfield, N.J.; Dingemanse, Mark; Baranova, Julija; S. Gísladóttir, Rósa; Drew, Paul; Hoymann, Gertie; Brown, Penelope; Blythe, Joe; Gipper, Sonja; Magyari, Lilla; Manrique, Elizabeth; Rossi, Giovanni; Floyd, Simeon; Torreira, Francisco; H. Kendrick, Kobin; Dirksmeyer, Tyko; C. Levinson, Stephen; San Roque, Lila (2013)
      Introduction A comparison of conversation in twenty-one languages from around the world reveals commonalities and differences in the way that people do open-class other-initiation of repair (Schegloff, Jefferson, and Sacks, ...
    • Berntsen, Dorthe; A. Watson, Lynn (2015)
      Autobiographical memory plays a key role in psychological well-being, and the field has been investigated from multiple perspectives for over thirty years. One large body of research has examined the basic mechanisms and ...
    • Watson A., Lynn; Berntsen, Dorthe (2015)
      Autobiographical memory plays a key role in psychological well-being, and the field has been investigated from multiple perspectives for over thirty years. One large body of research has examined the basic mechanisms and ...
    • Raymond, Geoffrey; Hayashi, Makoto; Sidnell, Jack (2013)
      Humans are imperfect, and problems of speaking, hearing and understanding are pervasive in ordinary interaction. This book examines the way we 'repair' and correct such problems as they arise in conversation and other forms ...
    • Chernilo, Daniel (2016-11-01)
      The question 'what is a human being?' remains one of the most vexing intellectual tasks. Debating Humanity reconstructs how contemporary sociologists and philosophers – among others, Arendt, Taylor, Archer and Boltanski – ...
    • van Bavel, Bas; Curtis, Daniel; Dijkman, Jessica; Hannaford, Matthew; De Keyzer, Maïka; Van Onacker, Eline; Soens, Tim (2020)
      This monograph provides an overview of research into disasters from a historical perspective, making two new contributions. First, it introduces the field of ‘disaster studies’ to history, showing how we can use history ...
    • Ghiabi, Maziyar (2019)
      Iran has one of the world’s highest rates of drug addiction, estimated to be between two and seven per cent of the entire population. This makes the questions this book asks all the more salient: what is the place of illegal ...
    • Gusejnova, Dina (2016)
      A study of the genesis of ‘European civilisation’ as a concept of 20th-C EU political practice & as a specific project of a transnational network of EU elites, examining how they sought to rehabilitate EU identity as a ...
    • Gusejnova, Dina (2016)
      A study of the genesis of European civilisation as a concept of 20th-C EU political practice & as a specific project of a transnational network of EU elites, examining how they sought to rehabilitate EU identity as a ...
    • MALLARD, GREGOIRE (2019)
      Since Marcel Mauss published his foundational essay The Gift in 1925, many anthropologists and specialists of international relations have seen in the exchange of gifts, debts, loans, concessions or reparations the sources ...
    • Best, Jacqueline (2014)
      Jacqueline Best argues that the changes in International Monetary Fund, World Bank and donor policies in the 1990s, towards what some have called the 'Post-Washington Consensus,' were driven by an erosion of expert authority ...
    • Barker, Simon; Crerar, Charlie; Goetze, Trystan (2018)
      How we engage in epistemic practice, including our methods of knowledge acquisition and transmission, the personal traits that help or hinder these activities, and the social institutions that facilitate or impede them, ...
    • Mishra, Pritipuspa (2018)
      Through an examination of the creation of the first linguistically organized province in India, Odisha, Pritipuspa Mishra explores the ways regional languages came to serve as the most acceptable registers of difference ...
    • Schellenberg, Betty (2016)
      Literary Coteries and the Making of Modern Print Culture, 1740-1790 offers the first study of manuscript-producing coteries as an integral element of eighteenth-century Britain’s literary culture. As a corrective to literary ...
    • Deb Roy, Rohan (2017)
      Malaria was considered one of the most widespread disease-causing entities in the nineteenth century. It was associated with a variety of frailties far beyond fevers, ranging from idiocy to impotence. And yet, it was not ...
    • Schoenman, Roger (2014)
      Do ties between political parties and businesses harm or benefit the development of market institutions? The post-communist transition offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore when and how networks linking the polity ...
    • Schoenman, Roger (2018-05-05)
      Do ties between political parties and businesses harm or benefit the development of market institutions? The post-communist transition offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore when and how networks linking the polity ...
    • Hinterleitner, Markus (2020)
      In modern, policy-heavy democracies, blame games about policy controversies are commonplace. Despite their ubiquity, blame games are notoriously difficult to study. This book elevates them to the place they deserve in the ...