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- Manchester University Press Melland Schill Studies
Soaking up the rays forges a new path for exploring Britain's fickle love of the light by investigating the beginnings of light therapy in the country from c.1890-1940. Despite rapidly becoming a leading treatment for tuberculosis, rickets and other infections and skin diseases, light therapy was a contentious medical practice....
Citizen now charts a new research path in the study of the engagement of youth. Although their methods are varied and reflective of current technological tools, Citizen now argues that the tactics and motives of the groups reflect traditional political elements. -- .
Both pedagogical and critical, this collection outlines the current state of recognition theory, studies the influence of French theory upon its evolution, and uses French thought to identity aspects of the recognitive process which are often overlooked. -- .
This is the first book to explore the multiple country movement of migrants of the 'British diaspora' since the 1960s. It is an engaging oral history of migrant experiences and attitudes, based largely on intimate life histories which connect migration to life experiences like love and marriage, radical 'lifestyle' change...
Offers a deep engagement with developments at the intersection of Habermasian communicative ethics and international relations. -- .
This book is about the EU's role in conflict resolution and reconciliation in Europe. It examines critically important cases: the exemplary process of the Franco-German reconciliation during the 1950s, the EU's involvement in reconstructing peace in Northern Ireland, the conflict in Cyprus, and Kosovo's independence. -- .
This book offers an incisive and original perspective on the works of Zygmunt Bauman, perhaps the greatest sociologist of the late twentieth century. It examines the limitations of his approach while recognising the importance of his legacy as a theorist who insisted on the need for moral engagement. -- .