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From the Medical Humanities series
The Politics of Diabetes Diagnostics in Uganda
Arlena Siobhan Liggins
Kieran Maguire looks at the different ways in which professional football operates as a business—how clubs make their money or, more commonly, lose it. In particular he analyzes how success is measured by the different and often competing stakeholders in football clubs—owners, managers, fans, players, commercial partners, and the media.
From the Queer Studies series
Queer Resilience in Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century English Literature and Culture
David Tomasi presents new, groundbreaking research on the science and application of mind-body medicine strategies to improve clinical outcomes in inpatient psychiatry settings. This book is a thorough description of how mind-body medicine can be successfully applied to the full spectrum of psychiatric treatments.
From the Environmental and Climate History series
Edited by Sebastian Haumann, Martin Knoll, and Detlev Mares
Michal Vít explores how national identities in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia have been influenced by their European environment. Focusing on parliamentary political parties represented at both the national and European levels, he finds that there has been a gradual decrease of identification of political parties with the European space.
From the Culture and Social Practice series
Peoples, Plants, and Politics in Post-Apartheid South Africa
David Satter arrived in the Soviet Union in June 1976 as the correspondent of the Financial Times of London and entered a country that was a giant theater of the absurd. The articles in this collection are a chronicle of Russia from the day Satter arrived in the Soviet Union until the present.