Recent Submissions

  • Jha, Akhilesh; Jarvis, Hannah; Fraser, Clementine; Openshaw, Peter (2016)
    Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection has an estimated global incidence of 33 million cases in children younger than 5 years, with 10% requiring hospital admission and up to 199,000 dying of the disease. There is ...
  • Sweijs, Tim; Johnson, Rob; Kitzen, Martijn (2021)
    "This book examines the key dimensions of 21st century war, and shows that orthodox thinking about war, particularly what it is and how it is fought, needs to be updated. Accelerating societal, economic, political and ...
  • Breekveldt, Rick; Kitzen, Martijn (2021)
    "This book examines the key dimensions of 21st century war, and shows that orthodox thinking about war, particularly what it is and how it is fought, needs to be updated. Accelerating societal, economic, political and ...
  • Osinga, Frans (2021)
    "This book examines the key dimensions of 21st century war, and shows that orthodox thinking about war, particularly what it is and how it is fought, needs to be updated. Accelerating societal, economic, political and ...
  • Johnson, Rob; Sweijs, Tim; Kitzen, Martijn (2021)
    "This book examines the key dimensions of 21st century war, and shows that orthodox thinking about war, particularly what it is and how it is fought, needs to be updated. Accelerating societal, economic, political and ...
  • Friedli, Lynne (2015)
    This chapter is concerned with the growing influence of non-material explanations for inequalities and a corresponding emphasis on psychological interventions, which aim to modify cognitive function or emotional ...
  • kreager, philip; Schroeder-Butterfill, Elisabeth (2015)
    This chapter draws on the longitudinal ethnographic and demographic field study of three communities representing major Indonesian ethnicities (Javanese, Sundanese, and Minangkabau), located in three of the five provinces ...
  • Shepherd, Joshua (2016)
    In the next section, I sketch a view in which the possession of phenomenal consciousness (henceforth: “consciousness”) is necessary for possession of (positive or negative degrees of) subjective well-being. It would seem ...
  • Haddow, Gill (2019)
    Organ donation and transplantation is a largely successful treatment used to replace failing organs. However, donation rates have never met the demand for transplantable organs. Biomedical researchers are exploring alternative ...
  • Ritchie, Ryan; Barrett, Michael; Mottram, Jeremy; Myburgh, Elmarie (2020)
    Traditional animal models for human African trypanosomiasis rely on detecting Trypanosoma brucei brucei parasitemia in the blood. Testing the efficacy of new compounds in these models is cumbersome because it may take ...
  • Ege, Moritz; moser, johannes (2020)
    This book delves into the ethical dimension of urban life: how should one live in the city? What constitutes a ‘good’ life under urban condition? Whose gets to live a ‘good’ life, and whose ideas of morality, propriety and ...
  • Cox, Catherine; Marland, Hilary (2018)
    This essay explores the historical relationship between mental health and the prison system in England and Ireland, from the introduction of the separate system of discipline in the 1840s. In doing so, we focus on the ...
  • Yadav, Punam; Horn, Denise M (2021)
    "This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of feminist approaches to questions of violence, justice, and peace. The volume argues that critical feminist thinking is necessary to analyse core peace and conflict ...
  • Bevilacqua, Daniela (2020)
    The Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies is a comprehensive and interdisciplinary resource, which frames and contextualises the rapidly expanding fields that explore yoga and meditative techniques. The book ...
  • Gül Altınay, Ayşe; Pető, Andrea (2016)
    This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book deals with the difficult issue of sexual violence and the complex memory struggles over it. It also ...
  • Giubilini, Alberto; Savulescu, J. (2020)
    Restrictive policies that limit antimicrobial consumption, including therapeutically justified use, might be necessary to tackle the problem of antimicrobial resistance. We argue that such policies would be ethically ...
  • K. Pokorn, Nike; Mikolič Južnič, Tamara (2021)
    The aim of the chapter is to determine whether the current education of interpreters in the Republic of Slovenia responds to the needs of the society. In order to do that, the chapter first briefly outlines the development ...
  • Meretoja, Hanna (2018)
    In recent years there has been a huge amount of both popular and academic interest in storytelling as something that is an essential part of not only literature and art but also our everyday lives as well as our dreams, ...
  • Marsh, Gordon E. (2017)
    Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) was arguably the most important Russian composer since Shostakovich, and his music has generated a great deal of academic interest in the years since his death. Schnittke Studies provides a ...
  • Kerfoot, Caroline; Tatah, Gwendoline (2017)
    This chapter analyzes some of the discursive interactions through which a 13-year-old francophone Cameroonian student attempts to construct new social and academic identities. It builds on research on the situated ...

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