Adventures in Criminology [The book] is one of great distinction, scholarship and wit. ...a pleasure to read and which, itself, is a primary source of evidence from which much can be learnt.
–Punishment and Society
Sir Leon Radzinowicz is one of the key figures in the development of criminology in the twentieth century....
Integration-Ready Architecture and Design: Software Engineering with XML, Java, .NET, Wireless, Speech, and Knowledge Technologies One might think that the software industry is performing very well because it is armed with object-oriented approaches, Web services, Java and .NET technologies, and so forth. Unfortunately, this is not true.
There may be something wrong with the way we write programs. The process has not changed much during the past twenty years, except...
Reducing Risk with Software Process Improvement This book describes observations made over a period of ten years in
projects and organizations involved in the field of Information Technology
(IT), focusing on the areas of software development and maintenance. It
highlights the most frequently encountered problems because of poor
processes, the term process being defined as...
The Recurrent Crisis in Corporate Governance In the late 1990s the American corporation forged ahead in gains in efficiency and earnings performance with strong reflections in stock price appreciation.However, the events of Enron and the bursting of the bubble of unlimited increases in the price of Internet, telecom and energy company shares have caused the authors of this book to take... Therapy After Terror: 9/11, Psychotherapists, and Mental Health "A licensed, clinical social worker, Seeley (anthropology, Columbia Univ.) offers a riveting, comprehensive examination of the work and experiences of psychotherapists following 9/11. [...] At the heart of the book is Seeley's discussion of "trauma contagion", a phenomenon she distinguishes from vicarious trauma. [...] Integrating...
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