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Representing Sport

Representing Sport Author Rod Brookes
ISBN-10 0340740523
Release 2002-03-30
Pages 172
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Drawing on a wide range of international examples, this book shows that sport has historically played a major role in the construction of cultural and social identities and discusses the extent to which globalization has transformed this role.



Sportscasters sportscasting

Sportscasters sportscasting Author Linda K. Fuller
ISBN-10 9780789018250
Release 2008
Pages 371
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A comprehensive introduction to the workings of the business, Sportscasters/Sportscasting: Principles and Practices explains all of the information essential to anyone looking to begin a career in sports media. This unique volume explores topics in print and broadcast media, sports psychology, technology issues, politics and legalities, ethics, and even the role of sports and sportscasting in society. Other topics discussed include the historical development and economics of sports and sportscasting, sports spectators, sports controversies, sociological perspectives, and sports journalism. Sportscasters/Sportscasting: Principles and Practices is filled with knowledge essential to the craft of sportscasting, including numerous appendices containing acronyms and biographic information about over 200 sportscasters, and a complete Instructorâe(tm)s Manual with exercises to help guide students toward mastery of the topic. Please visit http://LKFullerSport.com for more information and to download the Instructor's Manual.



History in Practice

History in Practice Author Ludmilla Jordanova
ISBN-10 9781472503558
Release 2019-03-07
Pages 240
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History in Practice explores the discipline's breadth, its complexities and the tasks it takes on. This study by one of the liveliest and most acute practitioners in the field demystifies what historians do. It looks at history as an academic discipline but also engages with the extensive and sometimes troubling uses of historical ideas in the wider world. Historical work has public consequences and draws considerable energy from contemporary preoccupations. For this new edition of her respected and widely used book, Ludmilla Jordanova has revised the text and added a new chapter that explores the role of digital technology in historical practice. She pays attention both to recent trends in the discipline and to its basic characteristics. This book is essential reading for all students seeking an understanding of history as a discipline.



Making Sense of Sports

Making Sense of Sports Author Ellis Cashmore
ISBN-10 9781135278823
Release 2010-09-13
Pages 600
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Updated, revised and enhanced with new features, the fifth edition of Making Sense of Sports is the biggest and strongest yet. Ellis Cashmore's unique multidisciplinary approach to the study of sports remains the only introduction to combine anthropology, biology, economics, history, philosophy, psychology and sociology with cultural and media studies to produce a distinct unbroken vision of the origins, development and current state of sports. New chapters on exercise culture and the moral climate of sports support a thoroughly overhauled text that includes fresh material on Islam, sports commerce and corruption. Now packed with teaching supplements, including access to a dedicated online resource headquarters with video podcasts of twenty-one chapter outlines from the author (http://tinyurl.com/373oyvr), online quizzes, and an additional twenty-first chapter on depression and mental health in sports and exercise, the new edition contains a cornucopia of thought boxes, as well as guides to further reading, capsule explanations and model essays. In short, Making Sense of Sports is an all-purpose introduction to the study of sports.



Sport and Exercise Science

Sport and Exercise Science Author Murray Griffin
ISBN-10 9781444119732
Release 2014-04-08
Pages 456
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Sport and Exercise Science is a groundbreaking new textbook for first year students.



Physical Geography

Physical Geography Author Richard J. Huggett
ISBN-10 0340809620
Release 2004
Pages 515
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This accessible and exciting new text develops central ideas through discussions that focus on human-environment interactions. He details the connections between environmental, social, cultural, ethical, economic, and technological factors, to give a full introduction to the physical, chemical, biological, and ecological processes that underpin the behavior of the Earth's system and its components. The interactive companion website www.physicalgeo.co.uk complements the learning resources in the book and enables students to develop their ideas further.



Race Racism and Sports Journalism

Race  Racism and Sports Journalism Author Neil Farrington
ISBN-10 9780415676403
Release 2012
Pages 172
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Beginning with a theoretical discussion of race, sport and media, this book critically examines issues of race, racism and sports journalism and offers practical advice on sports reporting, including a discussion of guidelines for ethical journalism. In a series of case studies, representations of race will be explored through historical and contemporary analysis of international media coverage, including online and digital platforms. The background and impacts of these representations will also be discussed through interviews with athletes and sports journalists. Subjects covered include: cricket in the UK, Australian and Asian media, with particular focus on Pakistan athletics and media representations of athletes, including a study of the reporting of South African runner Caster Semenya football and the under-representation of British-Asians, with an analysis of how race is constructed in the digital arena boxing with particular reference to Muhammad Ali, America and Islam Formula One and analysis of the media reporting, international spectator response and racism towards Lewis Hamilton, described in the media as the first black driver. Finally, the book will analyse the make-up of sports journalism, examining the causes and consequences of a lack of diversity within the profession.



Drug induced and Iatrogenic Respiratory Disease

Drug induced and Iatrogenic Respiratory Disease Author Phillipe Camus
ISBN-10 9781444128697
Release 2010-10-29
Pages 364
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At the present time, 430 drugs are known to cause respiratory injury. This represents an increase of almost 200 in the last ten years, and the number is still increasing. This comprehensive, definitive reference work, with an outstanding range of international expert contributors and two of the world's leading editors, provides an essential reference for the practising respiratory physician. Key features: The text builds upon basics with a review of basic sciences. The book covers imaging, varied drug-induced interstitial lung disease including pulmonary edema and diffuse alveolar hemorrhage, acute respiratory failure, pleural involvement and upper to lower airway disease A wide range of diseases are detailed from chemotherapy and radiation to biologic-induced lung disease, drug misuse, and special groups such as recipients of stem cell and solid organ transplants. A range of world class contributions from key opinion leaders. This book provides essential information for recognizing and managing drug-induced respiratory disease for all pulmonologists and respiratory care physicians. It will be of great interest to: critical care medicine specialists, hematologists, oncologists, cardiologists, allergists, rheumatologists, neurologists, internists, blood-bank specialists, pathologists and primary care physicians.



Media Organisations in Society

Media Organisations in Society Author James Curran
ISBN-10 034072014X
Release 2000
Pages 292
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This volume argues that previous works sometimes neglected the way in which organizations are influenced by the wider context of society. It combines overview essays with detailed case studies exploring Chinese soap opera, a Greek moral panic, British book reviews and political reporting. It also draws attention to the way in which the economic organization of the media influences its wider cultural and social roles. This is exemplified by iconoclastic studies of the Internet, musical indies, mega-musicals and media globalization, which question fashionable claims about the liberating role of markets, new technology and commercial enterprise.



Reframing Disability

Reframing Disability Author Daniel Jackson
ISBN-10 9781317632702
Release 2014-12-05
Pages 270
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The London 2012 Paralympic Games - the biggest, most accessible and best-attended games in the Paralympics' 64-year history - came with an explicit aim to "transform the perception of disabled people in society," and use sport to contribute to "a better world for all people with a disability." This social agenda offered the potential to re-frame disability; to symbolically challenge "ableist" ideology and to offer a reinvention of the (dis)abled body and a redefinition of the possible. This edited collection investigates what has and is happening in relation to these ambitions. The book is structured around three key questions: 1. What were the predominant mediated narratives surrounding the Paralympics, and what are the associated meanings attached to them? 2. How were the Paralympics experienced by media audiences (both disabled and non-disabled)? 3. To what extent did the 2012 Paralympics inspire social change? Each section of this book is interspersed with authentic "voices" from outside academia: broadcasters, athletes and disabled schoolchildren.



Differential Diagnosis in Obstetrics Gynaecology

Differential Diagnosis in Obstetrics   Gynaecology Author Tony Hollingworth
ISBN-10 9781482215328
Release 2015-08-26
Pages 375
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One of the major challenges in obstetrics and gynaecology is the need for a broad knowledge of medicine and surgery as well as the conditions specific to reproduction. The comprehensive nature of Differential Diagnosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology achieves this goal. The book provides clinicians with invaluable assistance in the diagnostic process to differentiate quickly and correctly among various diseases. From minor to major symptoms, the differential diagnoses are explored and offered in a way that is easy to read and leads to practical management. Arranged alphabetically, and based upon presenting symptoms, the text takes readers through a step-by-step approach to that presentation, culminating in a description of the different diagnoses that it might represent. The layout of the book is engaging as the text is interspersed with excellent illustrations and useful boxes highlighting important points. Algorithms, references, and websites have been included where appropriate and a glossary of common terms and terminology used in obstetrics and gynaecology has been provided at the end.



Making Sense of Critical Appraisal

Making Sense of Critical Appraisal Author Olajide Ajetunmobi
ISBN-10 9781444166453
Release 2012-02-24
Pages 160
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Making Sense of Critical Appraisal provides all the necessary information on how to read and understand medical research publications critically and to decide whether the contents of such publications are clinically useful in the care of patients.



Modern Medical Microbiology The Fundamentals

Modern Medical Microbiology   The Fundamentals Author Stuart Clarke
ISBN-10 0340810440
Release 2003-09-26
Pages 224
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Modern Medical Microbiology - The Fundamentals is a unique text reference that represents the culmination of more than 70 articles written over eight years and brought together in one, easy-to-read volume. It describes in a chapter-by-chapter analysis, a vast range of common diseases and the micro-organisms that cause them as well as covering issues such as health and safety, molecular biology and bio-terrorism. The book is set apart from others in the field by its easy accessibility to the core information and fills the niche left by larger texts. Key features: ·covers all major diseases - each with its own concise chapter ·up to date - articles have been rewritten or revised ·handy, non-bulky format - easy to use ·written specifically for biomedical science students This book will prove to be an essential text for students of microbiology, trainee scientists and undergraduate medical students involved in any aspect of microbiology. Its easy to follow style will also appeal to those with a general interest in microbiology and the impact it has on the modern world.



Edward Arnold

Edward Arnold Author Bryan Bennett
ISBN-10 9781483191836
Release 2014-05-19
Pages 128
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Edward Arnold: 100 Years of Publishing presents a comprehensive examination of the life of Edward Augustus Arnold. It discusses the developments that his publishing company achieved. It addresses the remarkable contributions of the person in the publishing industry. Some of the topics covered in the book are the important events that happen from the year 1890 to 1899. The events that occurred in the year 1900 to 1918 are fully covered. An in-depth account of the events that occurred in the year 1919 to 1930 is provided. The events that occurred in the year 1930 to 1945 are completely presented. A chapter is devoted to the events that occurred in the year 1945 to 1960. Another section focuses on the events that occurred in the year 1961 to 1977. The events that occurred in the year 1978 to 1987 are perfectly narrated. The book can provide useful information to historians, students, and researchers.



Cultural Studies And Communication

Cultural Studies And Communication Author David Morley
ISBN-10 034061417X
Release 1996-03-15
Pages 371
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A companion volume to the best-selling Mass Media and Society. this collection provides a lively and authoritative introduction to cultural studies, written by some of the most influential scholars and researchers in the field. It offers a critical guided tour of the key debates raised by feminism, postmodernism, the politics of identity, and theories of ideology. It goes beyond a narrow definition of cultural studies in terms of the audience to consider the entire communication circuit from production to consumption within a wider theoretical framework.



Revolutions of the Word

Revolutions of the Word Author Patricia Waugh
ISBN-10 0340645598
Release 1997
Pages 297
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The idea of modern literature as a 'revolution of the word' has been current for three quarters of a century. But although the idea is hardly new, it has only been in the last 20 years that we have begun to recognize the extent to which revolutionary ideas about language have permeated almost every field of knowledge since the turn of the century. This book is the first of its kind to provide wide-ranging access to important intellectual contexts that have helped mould the production and reception of twentieth-century literature. Among the disciplinary fields embraced are: philosophy of science, theories of knowledge, anthropology, psychoanalysis, religion, and social and political theory.



Representing Men

Representing Men Author Kenneth MacKinnon
ISBN-10 0340808322
Release 2003
Pages 134
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Arguing that several aspects of masculinity are in fact ideals rather than realities, created and reinforced by the mass media, Kenneth MacKinnon alerts readers to the processes and purposes of such media representations and blatant manipulation.