Drawing on archaeological and historical evidence, which comprises objects recovered from archaeological excavations, Escheators’ records from the 14th and 15th centuries and Coroners’ records from the 16th century, this is the first comprehensive analysis of the possessions of non-elite households in medieval England.Book Details
In the theology of the Sanskrit Mahābhārata, divine descent is said to improve the world. But the Mahābhārata war, which Viṣṇu descended to effect, moved the world into its most dismal age. This monograph discusses that paradox, focusing on the roles of the suffering Earth and the ancient audiences.Book Details
This book shows how organisations can leverage emerging digital technologies to achieve operational effectiveness, build new capabilities, and develop innovative business models to underpin transformation in their supply chains. The contributing authors provide deep insights not only on how these emerging technologies work, but also how to use them to create value for multiple stakeholders and deliver sustainable supply chain outcomes.
The book will be of great value to practitioners, students and academics who want to learn about state-of-the-art digital developments in the supply chain field. It helps readers to appreciate how various digital paradigms and tools can be used to create innovative products and services with supply chain viability. It also develops the reader’s critical ability to assess the range of technological solutions used to address contemporary supply chain issues and problems.Book Details
This monograph offers a timely and novel analysis that defends the foundational role of face-to-face interaction in producing knowledge and protecting democracy from the corrosive effects of remote communication via social media and other online platforms that can exploit the ‘illusion of intimacy’.Book Details
What do all healthcare educators have in common: what do they believe, know and do? This monograph reports on a national research project known as the Healthcare Educators’ Values and Activities Study (HEVAS). The aim of the project was to establish the shared values of, and key activities undertaken by, educators of healthcare professionals.Book Details
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Mae’r llyfr hwn yn archwilio darllediadau newyddion cyfoes am dlodi yng Nghymru yn systematig, gan edrych ar arferion a chynnwys newyddiaduraeth yn Saesneg ac yn Gymraeg. Mae’r llyfr hwn yn archwilio’n feirniadol y berthynas rhwng newyddiaduraeth a’r trydydd sector o ran adrodd ar dlodi, gan amlygu sut mae gwaith cyfathrebu elusennau yn chwarae rôl allweddol wrth adrodd am yr hyn sy’n cynrychioli profiadau pob dydd o dlodi ar draws Cymru ond sy’n aml yn cael ei ‘guddio’.Book Details
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This book systematically explores contemporary news media coverage of poverty in Wales, including the content and practices of journalism in English and in Welsh. It also critically investigates the relationship between journalism and the third sector in the reporting of poverty, highlighting how the communications work of charities plays a vital role in reporting practices representing the (often ‘hidden’) everyday experiences of poverty across Wales.Book Details
INTERACT Conferences are an important platform for researchers and practitioners in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) to showcase their work. They are organised biennially by the International Federation for Information Processing Technical Committee on Human–Computer Interaction (IFIP TC13), a committee of 30 member national societies and 9 Working Groups. This volume contains the Adjunct Proceedings to the 17th INTERACT Conference (2019), which was held in Paphos, Cyprus. The papers were submitted after the main publication deadline and published after the conference. They are selected papers from conference workshops, the Student Design Consortium and the Doctoral Consortium.Book Details
This book is about experience - the profound human experience of re-negotiating the physical and emotional balance between sickness and health, when that balance is tipped by the onset of disease and the experience overwhelms all others. It is not about cancer as a disease, or medical interventions and treatments. It is about what life feels like when all sense of normality, and all the hope for the future that accompanies good health, are suddenly buried by suffering that affects both the individual and the people who care for and about her.
The book is illustrated with original artwork by Jac Saorsa, taken from the Drawing Women’s Cancer project.Book Details
What are martial arts, and how do they relate to culture and society? This book analyses issues and debates from scholarly, practitioner and popular cultural discussions and treatments of martial arts, and argues that they are dynamic and variable, regularly changing their meanings and values according to context. The author proposes that deconstructing martial arts is an invaluable approach to both the scholarly study of martial arts in culture and society and also to wider understandings of martial arts. Relating them to the core questions of media and cultural studies around identity, value, orientalism and embodiment, the book examines deconstruction as a rewarding method of cultural studies.Book Details