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A Brief History of Death (Blackwell Brief Histories of Religion)
A Brief History of Death (Blackwell Brief Histories of Religion)
"The author reveals himself to be a sensitive and humane guide, in a book that ought to fascinate anyone interested in the existential conundrum of human morality." Times Higher Education Supplement

The act of death itself and the rituals surrounding it vary enormously and shed a fascinating light on the
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Internet and Network Economics: 7th International Workshop, WINE 2011, Singapore, December 11-14, 2011
Internet and Network Economics: 7th International Workshop, WINE 2011, Singapore, December 11-14, 2011

This volume contains the papers presented at WINE 2011: 7th Workshop on Internet and Network Economics held during December 11–14, 2011 in Singapore.

Over the past decade, there has been a growing interaction between researchers in theoretical computer science, networking and security, economics, mathematics, sociology,...

A Handbook of Comparative Social Policy (Elgar Original Reference)
A Handbook of Comparative Social Policy (Elgar Original Reference)
The current context of social policy is one in which many of the old certainties of the past have been eroded. The predominantly inward-looking, domestic preoccupation of social policy has made way for a more integrated, international and outward approach to analysis which looks beyond the boundaries of the state. It is in this context that this...
Family Business Models: Practical Solutions for the Family Business
Family Business Models: Practical Solutions for the Family Business
In the early 20th century, American sociologist W. I. Thomas won fame with the statement: ‘If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.’ This fundamental observation on human behavior, now known as the Thomas theorem, became a cornerstone of contemporary sociology. The idea that our...
Controlling Knowledge: Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection in a Networked World
Controlling Knowledge: Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection in a Networked World

Digital communications technology has immeasurably enhanced our capacity to store, retrieve, and exchange information. But who controls our access to information, and who decides what others have a right to know about us? In Controlling Knowledge, author Lorna Stefanick offers a thought-provoking and eminently user-friendly overview of...

Network Enterprises: The Evolution of Organizational Models from Guilds to Assembly Lines to Innovation Clusters (Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management)
Network Enterprises: The Evolution of Organizational Models from Guilds to Assembly Lines to Innovation Clusters (Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management)

Building on the historical analysis of organizations and theories that have influenced their development, Gianfranco Dioguardi provides an insightful exploration of the network enterprise and its evolution from the Medieval guilds to the present innovation clusters of Silicon Valley, the Research Triangle, Route 128, and other regions in the U.S...

Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society
Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society
Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society examines the role of research and the production of knowledge in the information society, with special emphasis on developing areas of the world.

Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society is based on a three day conference...

Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (2 Volume Set)
Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (2 Volume Set)
The field of educational psychology draws from a variety of diverse disciplines including human development across the life span, measurement and statistics, learning and motivation, and teaching. And within these different disciplines, many other fields are featured including psychology, anthropology, education, sociology, public health, school...
Land, Conflict, and Justice: A Political Theory of Territory
Land, Conflict, and Justice: A Political Theory of Territory
'Avery Kolers has written a terrific book on the idea of land and territory in political disputes. This is an incredibly important subject that has been largely ignored in political philosophy and legal theory. Kolers' book is the best writing of its kind: plausibly argued, lucidly written, and richly informed with empirical material. I learned an...
Microsoft SharePoint 2007 For Dummies (Computer/Tech)
Microsoft SharePoint 2007 For Dummies (Computer/Tech)
Match SharePoint to your specific business needs

The fun and easy way® to deploy SharePoint in your business today!

Are you stymied by SharePoint? This plain-English guide offers simple instructions and focused coverage of this powerful tool, giving you practical solutions to real-world SharePoint challenges. You'll...

Families in America: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues)
Families in America: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues)

Families in America: A Reference Handbook is an in-depth and multifaceted examination of the contemporary American family. The volume is designed for a wide range of readers in college, high school, and public library settings. It supplies a solid conceptual foundation of basic terms, concepts, and policies related...

Towards a Critical Sociology (Routledge Revivals): An Essay on Commonsense and Imagination
Towards a Critical Sociology (Routledge Revivals): An Essay on Commonsense and Imagination

For the better part of its history sociology shared with commonsense its assumption of the ‘nature-like’ character of society – and consequently developed as the science of unfreedom. In this powerful and engaging work, first published in 1976, Professor Bauman outlines the historical roots of such a science and describes how...

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