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Understanding Care Welfare And Community

Author : Vivien Bacigalupo
ISBN : 9781134575787
Genre : Medical
File Size : 59.24 MB
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Care, welfare and community are three key concepts in contemporary social policy. This reader covers a wide range of topics associated with them and relevant to the delivery of care and support to adults. It includes a wide-ranging collection of articles by leading writers and researchers, some previously published, some newly commissioned. It also has first-hand accounts by users and providers of care and welfare in the community. Groups covered include people with mental health problems, homeless people, older people, people with learning difficulties and people with impairments. The focus throughout is on how policies and practice can be developed appropriately and sensitively through an understanding of current issues. The 40 chapters are grouped into four sections, each with an introduction. Five of the chapters are made up of extracts from a wide range of documents and testimonies. * Power and inequality * Difference and identity * Rights and risk *Territories and boundaries Most of the material relates to a diverse turn-of-the-century Britain, but this is set in a wider context enabling the student to explore the alternative realities of other countries and other times. Understanding Care, Welfare and Community provides an integrated, multidisciplinary overview of the many different aspects of community care. It is appropriate for students and professionals following a wide range of courses in social work, nursing, care, health, social policy, medicine, voluntary work and welfare services. It will also be a valuable resource for carers and practitioners, teachers and policy makers.
Category: Medical

Stability Of Tropical Rainforest Margins

Author : Teja Tscharntke
ISBN : 9783540302902
Genre : Science
File Size : 28.86 MB
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Tropical rainforests are disappearing at an alarming rate, causing unprecedented losses in biodiversity and ecosystem services. This book contributes to an improved understanding of the processes that have destabilizing effects on ecological and socio-economic systems of tropical rain forest margins, as well as striving to integrate environmental, technological and socio-economic issues in their solution.
Category: Science

The Real Life Of Alejandro Mayta

Author : Mario Vargas Llosa
ISBN : 0374525552
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 30.4 MB
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Set in Peru during a war between U.S. Marines and a Cuban-Bolivian revolutionary army, this fictional memoir characterizes the evolution of a revolutionary, in a powerful psychological portrait of the fanaticism and destruction of revolution
Category: Fiction

Ecotribology

Author : J. Paulo Davim
ISBN : 9783319240077
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 61.65 MB
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This book presents resent research advances in the area of eco-triobology. In the last years, eco-tribology or environmentally friendly tribology has gained increasing importance in sustainable engineering. Environmentally acceptable tribological practices save resources by optimizing product usage and reducing energy. This book covers current developments in all areas covered by the term eco-tribology, including biomimetics surfaces, control of friction and wear, environmental aspects of lubrication and surface modification techniques as well as tribological aspects of green applications, such wind-power turbines or solar panels.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Sustaining Development In Mineral Economies

Author : Richard Auty
ISBN : 9781134867899
Genre : Science
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It is widely believed that natural mineral resources are desirable. However there is growing evidence that this may not always be the case. Indeed, it seems that natural assets can distort the economy to such a degree that the benefit actually becomes a curse. In Sustaining Development in Mineral Economies, Richard Auty highlights these drawbacks and the devastating effect they can have on developing economies. With reference to six ore-exporters (viz. Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Jamaica, Zambia and Papua New Guinea) he outlines how things can go badly wrong. He particularly stresses the need to avoid `Dutch Disease' whereby competitiveness is drained out of the agriculture and manufacturing sectors so that in the long term growth falters.
Category: Science

Methods For Policy Research

Author : Ann Majchrzak
ISBN : 9781483315935
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 79.72 MB
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Methods for Policy Research, Second Edition, by Ann Majchrzak and M. Lynne Markus, is a book about responsible and evidence-based policy decision making written for those interested in improving the decisions that affect people’s lives. It describes how to define policy research questions so that evidence can be applied to policy decisions, how to find and synthesize existing evidence, how to generate new evidence if needed, how to make acceptable recommendations that can solve policy problems without negative side effects, and how to describe evidence and policy recommendations in a manner that changes minds. The suggestions made throughout the book are based on the fundamental belief that evidence-based decision making is superior to decisions based purely on opinion, intuition, and emotion.
Category: Social Science

Computer Network Security

Author : Jie Wang
ISBN : 9783540796985
Genre : COMPUTERS
File Size : 61.12 MB
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Computer Network Security: Theory and Practice introduces to the reader a complete and concise view of network security. It provides in-depth theoretical coverage of recent advancements and practical solutions to network security threats. This book can be used for a one-semester network security course for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students, as well as a reference for IT professionals. Dr. Wang has been Professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell since 2001, Director of its Center for Network and Information Security since 2004,and Chairman of its Department of Computer Science since 2007.
Category: COMPUTERS

An Italian Education

Author : Tim Parks
ISBN : 9780802191144
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 53.97 MB
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Tim Parks’s best seller, Italian Neighbors, offered a sparkling, witty, and acutely observed account of an expatriate’s life in a small village outside of Verona. Now in An Italian Education, Parks continues his chronicle of adapting to Italian society and culture, while raising his Italian-born children. With the exquisite eye for detail, character, and intrigue that has brought him acclaim as a novelist, Parks creates an enchanting portrait of Italian parenthood and family life at home, in the classroom, and at church. Shifting from hilarity to despair in the time it takes to sing a lullaby, Parks learns that to be a true Italian, one must live by the motto “All days are one.”
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Ecology Of Soil Fungi

Author : David Michael Griffin
ISBN : 0815650353
Genre : Fungi
File Size : 83.21 MB
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The significance of substrate composition; The significance of microbial interactions; Survival of fungi in soil; The influence of water; The influence of oxygen; The influence of carbon dioxide and volatile chemicals; Other soil physical factors.
Category: Fungi