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  • Kapaló, James A.; Povedák , Kinga (2021)
    This book addresses the complex intersection of secret police operations and the formation of the religious underground in communist-era Eastern Europe. It discusses how religious groups were perceived as dangerous to the ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Glasman, Joël (2019)
    This book provides a historical inquiry into the quantification of needs in humanitarian assistance. Needs are increasingly seen as the lowest common denominator of humanity. Standard definitions of basic needs, however, ...
  • Constantinou, Stavroula (2022)
    Byzantine Literature, Literature, Byzantine History, History, Poetry, Greek Literature, Byzantine Culture, Late Antique Literature, Medieval Literature, Classical Literature, and Hagiography
  • Shehata, Adam (2021)
    This chapter focuses specifically on how the news media influence perceptions of societal problems. This research question is discussed and reviewed in three ways. First, to better understand the context and contingencies ...
  • Creelman, Alastair; Kvarnström, Maria; Pareigis, Jörg; Uhlin, Lars; Åbjörnsson, Lotta (2021)
    Open Networked Learning is an open online professional development course for educators in higher education who wish to investigate and discuss the design and teaching of collaborative online courses. The course is organised ...
  • Meyer, Jessica; Moncrieff, Alexia (2021)
    What are the ethics that shape or should shape engagement with historical medical data, particularly archives containing patient voices? This question has come to the fore through the ‘Men, Women and Care’ project, a ...
  • Worboys, Michael (2021)
    Since Roy Porter’s pioneering work on the ‘patient’s view’, historians have taken up the challenge to rewrite medicine’s past ‘from below’. However, this chapter argues that they have not been radical enough and have ...
  • Albulescu, Ana Maria (2022)
    "This book analyses cases of incomplete secession after separatist wars and what this means for relations between central governments and de facto states. The work explores the interplay between violence and power by ...
  • Taylor, Jeremy (2022)
    This book explores contested notions of “Chineseness” in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong during the Cold War, showing how competing ideas about “Chineseness” were an important ideological factor at play in the region. After ...
  • Ajibade, Idowu Jola; Siders, A.R. (2022)
    "This edited volume advances our understanding of climate relocation (or planned retreat), an emerging topic in the fields of climate adaptation and hazard risk, and provides a platform for alternative voices and views on ...
  • Staszkiewicz, Piotr; Łosiewicz-Dniestrzańska, Ewa; Grygiel-Tomaszewska, Anna (2022)
    "The book provides deep insight into theoretical and empirical evidence on information and communication technologies (ICT) as an important factor affecting financial markets. It is focused on the impact of ICT on stock ...
  • Hesmondhalgh, David (2021)
    In recent years, media studies and internet studies have paid increasing attention to the concept of infrastructure, and to the related concept of distribution. In this chapter I discuss some of the benefits for media and ...
  • Szutowski, Dawid (2021)
    Chapter 4 is designed so as to consolidate the discussion presented in Chapters 1–3. It introduces the control-decision-innovation (CDI) model and thus concludes the process of its gradual development. The foundation of ...
  • Kellermann, Jonas (2021)
    This chapter examines Sasha Waltz’s choreographic staging of Berlioz’s Roméo et Juliette for the Paris Opera Ballet from 2007. Waltz’s production reimagines one of the most canonical stories in the classical ballet repertoire ...
  • Kellermann, Jonas (2021)
    The introductory chapter frames Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and its dramatisation of romantic love within the recent affective turn, defining affect as relational and discursive movements that are intelligible as ...

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