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New Technologies at Work: People, Screens and Social Virtuality
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Information and communication technologies have revolutionized our working practices. This book explores these transformations, and investigates both the impact of information technology on working practices and, how IT is bound up in social, political, and economic issues.


Where the Wild Things Are Now: Domestication Reconsidered
Rebecca Cassidy, Molly Mullin
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An examination of the concept of domestication against the shifting background of relationships among humans, animals and plants. It explores the relevance of domestication for anthropologists and scholars in related fields who are concerned with understanding ongoing change in processes affecting humans as well as other species.


The Environment and Sustainable Development in the New Central Europe
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Featuring contributions from historians, geographers, economists, ecologists, business management experts, public policy specialists, and community organizers, this book examines environmental issues ranging from national and regional policy and macroeconomics to local studies in community regeneration.


Summoned by Science: Reporting Climate Change at Copenhagen and Beyond
James Painter
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In Summoned by Science: Reporting Climate Change at Copenhagen and Beyond, researchers analysed more than 400 articles published in the print media in 12 countries from the developed and developing world. They found that the media in all the countries tended to 'under-report' climate science during the ...


The Evolving Brain: The Known And the Unknown
R. Grant Steen
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The human brain is the most complex object in the universe. This book on the science of the brain explores the findings on a host of topics: Consciousness, unconsciousness, and brain death; Learning, memory, and role of genes; Motivation, aggression, and the range of emotions; The plasticity of the growing brain; and Mental illness and treatment.


Universe: The Story of the Universe, from Earliest Times to Our Continuing Discoveries
Peter Grego
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An introduction to the universe, this work covers everything from the big bang and our understanding of the universe over time, to the earth's formation, the Sun and how it affects us, the Moon and planets, and black holes and galaxies. It focuses on the basic history and science of the universe, rather than on the practical skywatching aspects.


Beginnings, blunders and breakthroughs in science
Surendra Verma
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50 Simple Steps to Save the Earth from Global Warming
Green Patriot Working Group
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£6.00

Presents simple but effective steps each person can take to help prevent and alleviate the devastation of global warming, including recycling, reducing energy use, and avoiding petroleum products and petrochemicals.


Connecting The Dots To Future Electric Power
Edward J. Bair
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£5.81

slightly scuffed cover otherwise new


50 Ways to Save the Earth
Anne Jankeliowitch
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£4.00

Helps readers to learn meaningful ways to help reduce their carbon footprints, from saving energy and caring for water to putting the dustbin on a diet. Describing fifty simple daily actions, this book shows children that they can have a positive impact on the environment, and that every little action, no matter how small, counts.


Informing Decisions in a Changing Climate
National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, Panel on Strategies and Methods for Climate-Related Decision Support
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Everyone-government agencies, private organizations, and individuals-is facing a changing climate: an environment in which it is no longer prudent to follow routines based on past climatic averages. State and local agencies in particular, as well as the federal government, need to consider what they ...


Drug Misuse: Psychosocial Interventions: - The NICE Guideline
National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (NCCMH)
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This guideline sets out clear, evidence-based recommendations for healthcare staff on how to work with people who misuse drugs (specifically opioids, stimulants and cannabis) to significantly improve their treatment and care. Four million people in the UK use illicit drugs each year and drunk misuse ...


Poverty, Health and Ecosystems
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The Truth About Cinderella: On Step-parents and Stepchildren
Daly Martin
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Based upon the Darwin seminars given at the LSE, this volume is one in a series of books drawing on the content of one of the seminars. This book discusses both evolutionary ideas and the applications of these ideas to a wide range of human behaviour.


Divided Labours: An Evolutionary View of Women at Work
Kingsley Browne
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Based upon the Darwin seminars given at the LSE, this volume is one in a series of books drawing on the content of one of the seminars. This book discusses the Darwinian understanding of women's roles in the workplace and the existence of the glass ceiling.

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