Counting the Public In "A major scholarly work that adds greatly to our knowledge of the linkages between general public opinion and foreign policy." -- American Political Science Review
Ralph Levering Department of History, Davidson College, and author of The Public and American Foreign Policy, 1918-1978
Web.Studies: Rewiring Media Studies for the Digital Age 'Web.Studies sets the agenda for a new period of media research, one that gets to grips with the significance of new communications technologies and the global spaces in which they are so rapidly developing. I believe that this book will help considerably to take media studies in new directions.' - Professor Kevin Robins, Goldsmiths College,... Cambridge Self Scoring IQ Test In recent years researchers have learned that the brain, which is devided into left and right hemispheres, has assigned different mental tasks to one side or the other. Highly intelligent people use both their left and right brain in equal balance. Most people, becase of social emphasis, schooling and parental training are left-brain dominant! Thay...
Your Body: The Missing Manual What, exactly, do you know about your body? Do you know how your immune system works? Or what your pancreas does? Or the myriad -- and often simple -- ways you can improve the way your body functions?
This full-color, visually rich guide answers these questions and more. Matthew MacDonald, noted author of Your Brain:...
Advances in Multimedia Information Processing - PCM 2005: 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia, Jeju Island, Korea, November 11-13, 2005
We are delighted to welcome readers to the proceedings of the 6th Pacific-Rim
Conference on Multimedia (PCM). The first PCM was held in Sydney, Australia, in
2000. Since then, it has been hosted successfully by Beijing, China, in 2001, Hsinchu,
Taiwan, in 2002, Singapore in 2003, and Tokyo, Japan, in 2004, and finally Jeju, one...
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