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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 2 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-620-2
ISBN: 978-1-53614-621-9

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 4 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-641-7
ISBN: 978-1-53614-642-4

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 5 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
Binding: e-Book

ISBN: 978-1-53614-645-5
ISBN: 978-1-53614-646-2

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 6 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
Binding: e-Book

ISBN: 978-1-53614-647-9
ISBN: 978-1-53614-648-6

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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 7 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
Binding: e-Book

ISBN: 978-1-53614-649-3
ISBN: 978-1-53614-650-9

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 8 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-53614-651-6
ISBN: 978-1-53614-652-3

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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 9 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-653-0
ISBN: 978-1-53614-654-7

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 10 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-53614-655-4
ISBN: 978-1-53614-656-1

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 11 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

Binding: Hardcover
Binding: e-Book

ISBN: 978-1-53614-657-8
ISBN: 978-1-53614-658-5

Price: $230.00
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution. Volume 12 of 12

Author: Jared Sparks

Series: American History, Culture and Literature

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The correspondence between the old Congress and the American agents, commissioners, and ministers in foreign countries was secret and confidential throughout the Revolution. The letters, as they arrived, were read in Congress and referred to the standing Committee of Foreign Affairs, accompanied with requisite instructions, when necessary, as to the nature and substance of the replies. The papers embracing this correspondence, which swelled to a considerable mass before the end of the Revolution, were removed to the Department of State after the formation of the new government. These papers are now presented to you in this twelve-volume set.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-659-2
ISBN: 978-1-53614-660-8

Price: $230.00
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Tedo Zhordania: A Researcher of the History of Georgia

Author: Ketevan Nadiradze
(Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This work presents the first monographic study of Tedo Zhordania’s life (1853 – 1916) as a scholar tirelessly exploring the history of Georgia, whose heritage presents a genuinely significant case of 19th century Georgian historiography.

Following the tendency practised in the 19th century, scholars exploring issues of Georgian studies did not observe thematic and chronological boundaries; therefore, the heritage of Zhordania is various and multicoloured. He was involved in studying manuscripts and sources as well as in exploring issues of social-political and Church history of the medieval period. This fact makes the description of the scholar’s heritage even more interesting as it gives the reader an opportunity to follow the development of research regarding the issues Zhordania was interested in from the 19th century up to 1900.

The monograph explains why historical studies should know more about the scholarly heritage of Zhordania and the methodology of his research. In addition, it substantiates the significance of the conclusions made by him from the modern standpoint and determines the extent of the impact on the enhancement of Georgian historical thought. In order to achieve this, the full picture of Zhordania’s life as a statesman and public figure has been confirmed. His contribution, both to the development of Georgian historical thought and maintaining and enhancing Georgian mentality whilst suffering Russian assimilatory politics has been revealed. Zhordania’s works have also been studied in order to reconstruct the process of work attached to him. The best way to explore Zhordania’s work is via notes made by the scholar in his writing pads, block notes as well as his inscriptions in the margins of books read by him and articles written by him or about him in the periodicals of the 19th century [such as “Iveria”, “Mtskemsi” (“The Shepherd”), “Tsnobis Purtseli” (“Information Leaflet”); “Kvali “ (“The Trace”),“Духовныйвестник Грузинского экзархата“ (“The Spiritual Herald of the Georgian Exarchate”), and “Кавказ“ ( “The Caucasus”)]. All were explored and analysed.

Due to the emerging and increasing interest in the development of general scholarly thought of the 19th century, this book is notable for readers interested in Georgian history. They can follow the development of Georgian historical science in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century when the Georgian in-group was being consolidated under the Russian colonial regime.

As is known, actualisation of the historical past acquired a special significance in that period. Thus, presenting the facts of social and scholarly work by Zhordania seems crucial for reconstruction of the full picture of this process. Due to the above-mentioned factors, the portrayal of a Georgian historian is equally interesting from the point of view of the history of the Georgian identity.

The scholarly heritage of Tedo Zhordania is explored in this monograph based on the comparative method. The previous research concerning the issues he worked on, his personal contribution and the development by subsequent Georgian researchers is taken into account.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-868-8
ISBN: 978-1-53614-869-5

Price: $85.00
Price: $85.00


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Zone Policeman 88: A Close Range Study of the Panama Canal and Its Workers

Author: Harry A. Franck

Series: Central America and the Caribbean

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
Harry A. Franck was an American travel writer during the first half of the 20th century. Frank took a job on the Panama Canal as a census taker and then as a police officer. This book is a day to day account of the lives of the workers and managers of the Canal Project.

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ISBN: 978-1-53615-000-1
ISBN: 978-1-53615-001-8

Price: $95.00
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The Hungarians: Borders of Language and Dilemmas of Identity

Author: Yehuda Cohen, Ph.D.
Independent Researcher, Formerly – A Postdoctoral Researcher at the Political Science Department of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel

Series: Post-Nationality in the European Union’s East and North

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This volume provides deep insight into the Hungarians based on a detailed description of their history through more than a thousand years. The volume reaches the conclusion that, despite the national feelings of the Hungarians towards themselves and their heritage, they have recently carried out an internal process of transition over Hungarian sovereignty, having decided to grant the EU and its institutions sovereignty in Hungary over the supreme institutions of the Hungarian state, including the Parliament and the Constitutional Court. They attributed themselves to the broad European group that is in the process of crystallizing within the European Union – perhaps very much – the formation of a Pan-European nation linked to its homeland, which is Europe. The Hungarians channeled their pride as Hungarians towards standing on the path they had built within the EU’s domestic politics.

The volume describes that during the period of the existence of the Soviet bloc in Eastern Europe, their Prime Minister, Kádár, the Communist-Hungarian leader who led them, was viewed by them as a person who protected Hungarian interests and character. Such preservation of Hungarian interests and character also existed during the Austro-Hungarian Empire period. For hundreds of years before the Turkish-Ottoman occupation, which lasted for 150 years, the Hungarians had been ruled by their own monarchy, of which the Hungarians were proud.

Since their arrival in the Carpathian Basin at the end of the 9th century under the leadership of Árpád and the acceptance of Christianity by them towards the year 1000, the Hungarians experienced major national events, including the Mongol invasion of Hungary in 1241, in which half of all Hungarians were killed. Following this invasion and the devastating loss of life that took place, the Hungarians absorbed many Europeans, mainly from Germany, who then became Hungarians.

The Hungarian peasantry’s involvement in political events of the Hungarians began before the peasants’ rebellion led by Dózsa in 1514. This created a Hungarian folk nationality – more than 300 years before the idea of ​​nationality emerged in Europe.

This volume is authored by Dr. Yehuda Cohen, who has intensively studied 10 European groups in two series dealing with nationality and post-nationality in Europe; he presents the novel notion that one pan-European nationality may take the place of a national vacuum that has been created in Europe after national groups in continental Europe have become post-nationalities. The ten groups investigated by Dr. Cohen are the Germans, the French, the Spanish, the Italians, the British, the Dutch, the Poles, the Hungarians, the Bulgarians and the Swedes. Of all these, the British alone were found to keep their nationality and prefer it over their European affiliation; the British alone were thus expected to leave the EU (the volume on the British coming to that conclusion had been published in 2014, more than a year before the referendum about the Brexit). Dr. Cohen also recently published a book on Islam and Muslims in Europe.

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ISBN: 978-1-53615-107-7
ISBN: 978-1-53615-108-4

Price: $230.00
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Diversity and Complexity

Author: Camilla Pagani, Ph.D.
(Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC), National Research Council (CNR), Roma, Italy)

Series: Social Psychology Research Progress

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The book addresses the issue of the human relationship with diversity within a theoretical framework that considers not only the psycho-social perspective, but also – and pre-eminently – the perspective of complexity science. A broad definition of diversity is proposed, whereby diversity is all that is not the self or, more precisely, all that is not the present self. There is a focus on cross-cultural relations, especially with regards to young people, and on the themes of racism and empathy in this context. The analysis draws on the considerable data obtained by the author and her research group in her study of children’s and adolescents’ attitudes towards multiculturalism. Interspecies diversity is considered as well, with a chapter devoted to the human relationship with animals supported by data obtained from the author’s research study on children’s and adolescents’ attitudes towards animals. Throughout the book, the main concepts and principles pertaining to complexity science and complex thinking are used, including systems, interconnection, emergent factors, non-linearity, uncertainty, responsibility, mutilating thought, and the contribution of art to scientific research. Two chapters address the relationship with diversity as it is presented in literature, cinema, and photography. In conclusion, the author’s view is that complexity is an intrinsic quality of reality, and that reality absolutely must be approached through the complexity lens.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-731-5
ISBN: 978-1-53614-902-9

Price: $95.00
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A Modern History of Sociology in Italy and the Various Patterns of Its Epistemological Development

Author: Guglielmo Rinzivillo
(Department of Social and Economic Sciences, Sapienza Università di Roma ex Palazzina Tumminelli, Viale dell’Università Rome Italy)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This work aims to foster interest in the links between a particular theoretical and conceptual development of sociological science in Italy and the debate surrounding the history of scientific subjects, here called the “epistemological history” of various disciplines. The author sets out to trace the “points of view” emerging from Italian epistemological sociology between the early twentieth and twenty-first centuries and related to the debate on the historical and philosophical sciences.

The intention resides in revealing the distinctive characteristics of the latter, their “internal” (logical and methodological) rather than “external” (historical and social) factors, while investigating the task of the new historians of science confronted with the changes caused by various “knowledge” and forms of technological “know-how”. The text provides the contemporary scientific community with a new route to follow when seeking to rationally establish and write the “history of sociology”. The addressees are, more than anything else, the new generation of scholars of the history of science.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-761-2
ISBN: 978-1-53614-762-9

Price: $230.00
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Missionary Sheroes of the 19th to 21st Centuries

Author: Michael J. Dochniak
Coralville, IA, USA

Series: Religion and Society

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
Missionary women are no strangers to the ecstasies, horrors, and humor of the human condition. June M. Dunn, RN-MSN was the 20th-century missionary in Haiti, Honduras, Guam, Russia, Saigon, Saipan, and Thailand. Her American family upbringing, science-based healthcare training, and humanistic effort allowed her to be an exemplary teacher and caregiver to the poverty-stricken. Her recollections offer inspiring, frightening, and sometimes comical aspects of missionary work.

Select quotations and hymns give meaning to the spiritual and emotional impact of her calling. Personal photographs and paintings beautifully illustrate a life well-spent. In the final chapters, chronicled are five not-to-be-forgotten missionary women: Charlotte Moon; Mary Slessor; Amy Carmichael; Gladys Aylward; and Mother Teresa. These six heroic women (i.e., sheroes) and their missionary achievements are a testament to living for His glory with love and self-sacrifice.

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ISBN: 978-1-53615-312-5
ISBN: 978-1-53615-328-6

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Decisive Battles of America

Author: Alan Hitchcock

Series: American Political, Economic, and Security Issues

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
America was discovered in a search for trade routes, but our country has been in larger part maintained and transmitted to us directly or indirectly as the result of war. Almost from the outset there were conflicting claims on the part of Spain, France, and England, and also Holland. The struggles against hostile native tribes along the Atlantic seaboard were followed by war against the aggressions of the French, who would have kept the English-speaking colonies east of the Alleghanies. That long period of strife was followed by two conflicts with England, the first gaining America for Americans as an independent nation, the second confirming it as an independent nationality. In this book, concise chronology of leading events in American history which runs through from beginning to end is not entirely limited to the military side of history.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-821-3
ISBN: 978-1-53614-822-0

Price: $230.00
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The Natural Law Tradition and Belief: Naturalism, Theism, and Religion in Dialogue

Author: David Ardagh
Former Associate Professor, University of San Francisco, CA, US

Series: World Philosophy

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
For over twenty centuries, from ancient Greece the ideal of natural law has been appealed to in Western moral and legal philosophy as a grounding for ethics and jurisprudence, centered on capacities of a common “human nature”. From the early medieval advent of “Christendom”, it was embedded within theistic and religious systems for over a millennium, during which time it was treated as incomplete and part of an enveloping divine law of ethics. Modern agnosticism in theology, religion, and metaphysics then saw natural law unhitched from these associations, but it is still suspect due to its lingering ties with these disciplines and practices.

It endured through its meta-ethical capacity to integrate changes in science with ethics via its central notion of wellbeing as the perfection of human nature, via access to “the highest good”, however variously understood. Today, nature and human nature’s wellbeing, are both endangered. Ecological destruction arising from unbridled growth, industrial pollution, nuclear weapons and mass population displacement though poverty and wars threaten humanity. But in terms of the meta-ethics of wellbeing, both the humanist normative ethics of natural law, and some of its enveloping theistic and religious divine law addenda, can be invoked to address such evils.

The book aims to reinvigorate natural law as a unifying ethical organon for this purpose, showing that it can dialogue with its enveloping divine law “overlays” constructively, uncovering its points of essential unity with them, and generating some unified solutions to the global threats mentioned, like poverty. These are largely due to global injustices like tax evasion, the arms trade, and political corruption, which are better prevented by cooperatively agreed and enforced global ideals, norms, and laws, based on natural and divine law, grounding international laws rather than appealing to national norms and laws alone.

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ISBN: 978-1-53614-963-0
ISBN: 978-1-53614-964-7

Price: $195.00
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The Last Farewell Embrace: Spirituality, Near-Death Experiences, and Other Extraordinary Events among Nurses

Author: Alejandro Parra, PhD
Instituto de Psicologia Paranormal, Inc. President, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Series: Religion and Spirituality

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
The author summarizes the conclusions of dozens of unexplained experiences, such as visions people have reported when they are about to die, near-death experiences, and patients who have recovered suddenly and completely from illnesses after a religious intervention. Nurses have also often had their own experiences in the hospital context, such as seeing apparitions, noting significant “coincidences,” seeing energy fields, lights, or “electric shocks” around or even emitted from a hospitalized patient. Other such experiences include observing anomalous behavior in animals, noticing the anomalous functioning of equipment or medical instruments, intuitively “knowing” the nature of a patient’s illness, or when he or she will die, and having unexpected experiences in intensive care units, neonatology areas, or pediatric or neuropsychiatric services.

Other nurses, who may not have had such experiences of their own, have heard about them from reliable sources who have told them about these events. Clearly, there are a large number of unusual experiences as reported by doctors, caregivers, and nurses, sometimes in relation to hospitalized patients. Although many professionals have themselves been witness to inexplicable events, very few efforts have been made to organize the narrations of these events in a rigorous and detailed manner.

It is important that nurses, as well as physicians, be informed about how to respond to patients who have such experiences. This work, therefore, serves as a guide in the exploration of these impressive stories and extraordinary experiences that have come to light.

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ISBN: 978-1-53615-343-9
ISBN: 978-1-53615-344-6

Price: $95.00
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Encyclopedia of Linguistics (7 Volume Set)

Editor: Marilynn Shari Firmin

Series: Languages and Linguistics

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This 7 volume encyclopedia set presents important research on linguistics. Some of the topics discussed herein include speech and language disorders, language development, American Sign Language, voice therapy, and aphasia.

Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-53614-359-1
ISBN: 978-1-53614-360-7

Price: $1350.00
Price: $1350.00


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Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2 Volume Set)

Editor: Charles Malone

Series: World Philosophy

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This compilation presents importance research on philosophy. Some topics discussed herein include scepticism, corruption, hope and belief, the conscious and unconscious mind and the soul.

Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-53614-555-7
ISBN: 978-1-53614-556-4

Price: $395.00
Price: $395.00


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Using Alternative Assessment to Improve EFL Learners’ Learning Achievement: From Theory to Practice

Editors: Hoang Yen Phuong (School of Foreign Languages, Can Tho University, Can Tho City, Vietnam) and
Thi Van Su Nguyen

Series: Languages and Linguistics, Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World

Publication Date: 2019

Book Description:
This book is an effort to review the theoretical framework for the use of alternative assessment in EFL contexts and provides a collection of empirical research on alternative assessment for different groups of EFL learners in various classrooms. The aim of the book is not to simply review the past literature on alternative assessment in EFL, rather it aims to evaluate current language policy reforms, in which opportunities for alternative assessment are incorporated. Recent developments and possibilities for alternative assessment implementation in specific language skills are encouraged. The book provides empirical findings specific to certain sub-skills using alternative assessment strategies in EFL. Both the theoretical framework, and the insights and implications from the empirical research described in the book will make alternative assessment more accessible to language teachers in the most relevant and practical way.

Binding: Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-53615-161-9
ISBN: 978-1-53615-162-6

Price: $95.00
Price: $95.00