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  • Han, Kyung Joon (2022)
    Citizens in democracies complain that political parties’ positions on major issues are too ambiguous for them to confidently understand. Why is party position ambiguity so common? Are party positions ambiguous because ...
  • Bąk, Sylwia; Jedynak, Piotr (2023)
    Crises like the COVID-19 pandemic are wake-up calls for enterprises to review their current risk management models. This book suggests a more robust risk management maturity model and illustrates the application in crisis ...
  • Peterson, Joseph W. (2022)
    France;Algeria;Ottoman Syria;Islam;Catholicism;Catholic Orientalism;Imperialism;Missions;Jesuits;Louis Veuillot;Melchior de Vogüé;Charles Lavigerie;White Fathers;Humanitarianism;Œuvre d'Orient;Civilizing Mission
  • Alves, Tânia (2021)
  • Heathcott, Joseph (2022)
    The Routledge Handbook of Infrastructure Design explores the multifaceted nature of infrastructure through the global lens of architectural history. Infrastructure holds the world together. Yet even as it connects some ...
  • Finger, Anke; Wagner, Manuela (2023)
    In this book, authors engage in an interdisciplinary discourse of theory and practice on the concept of personal conviction, addressing the variety of grey zones that mark the concept. Bias, Belief, and Conviction in ...
  • Wickberg, Adam; Gärdebo, Johan (2023)
    Anthropocene; Environment and sustainability; Environmental humanities; Environmental media; Indigenous; Media studies;
  • Bánréti, Zoltán (2022)
    Syntax of Hungarian aims to present a synthesis of the currently available syntactic knowledge of the Hungarian language, rooted in theory but providing highly detailed descriptions, and intended to be of use to researchers, ...
  • Tan, Sabine; E, Marissa (2022)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of our everyday lives – from the political to the economic to the social. Using a multimodal discourse analysis approach, this dynamic collection examines various discourses, ...
  • Konijnenbelt, Willem (2022)
    This book fits into the (limited in scope) Dutch tradition of university research and publications on 'good lawmaking'. It takes into account the specific needs and possibilities of 'small island countries' with a limited ...
  • Coppolaro, Lucia; Kavvadia, Helen (2022)
    Deciphering the European Investment Bank: History, Politics and Economics examines the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union’s financial institution and the largest lender and borrower among the International ...
  • Scarcelli, Cosimo Marco; Chronaki, Despina; De Vuyst, Sara; Villanueva Baselga, Sergio (2021)
    This edited collection brings together original empirical and theoretical insights into the complex set of relations which exist between age, gender, sexualities and the media in Europe. This book investigates how engagements ...
  • Špiláčková, Marie (2020)
    Since its professional beginnings, social work has been a major actor and instrument of social policy. This study is a reconstruction of the development of social work in enterprises implemented as part of enterprise social ...
  • McCann, Gerard; Mishra, Nita; Carmody, Pádraig (2022)
    EPDF and EPUB available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. This book examines the unique implications of the pandemic in the Global South. With international contributors from a variety of disciplines, it investigates ...
  • Verstraete, Pieter (2022)
    Silence runs like a thread through the history of the school. In past centuries, countless teachers have urged children to be quiet. There have also been many publications in which educational authors have reflected on the ...
  • Polsky, Stephanie (2022)
    The Dark Posthuman: Dehumanization, Technology, and the Atlantic World explores how liberal humanism first enlivened, racialized, and gendered global cartographies, and how memory, ancestry, expression, and other aspects ...
  • Jenkins, John (2022)
    The shrine of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral was one of the most popular pilgrim destinations in medieval Europe, as well as the focal point for the liturgy of the cathedral’s monastic community. In 1428 the ...
  • Billé, Franck; Mehendale, Sanjyot; Lankton, James (2022)
    The Maritime Silk Road foregrounds the numerous networks that have been woven across oceanic geographies, tying world regions together often far more extensively than land-based routes. On the strength of the new data which ...
  • Ness, Immanuel; Ovetz, Robert; Roque, Isabel; Swidler, Eva-Marie; Zwick, Austin (2023)
    digital labour; Globalisation; platform economy; platform economy
  • Watzl, Sebastian (2022)
    The structure-borne sound transmission properties of hydraulic and conventional engine mounts is analyzed experimentally and numerically in a acoustically relevant frequency range. In order to do so, first of all a test ...

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