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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 47, 1893 . New England Historic Genealogical Society. (1893) reprint, index, illus., 595 pp.
This fully updated second edition is a selective annotated bibliography of all relevant published resources relating to church and worship music in the United States. Over the past decade, there has been a growth of literature covering everything from traditional subject matter such as the organ works of J.S. Bach to newer areas of inquiry including folk hymnology, women and African-American composers, music as a spiritual healer, to the music of Mormon, Shaker, Moravian, and other smaller sects. With multiple indices, this book will serve as an excellent tool for librarians, researchers, and scholars sorting through the massive amount of material in the field [Publisher description].
Twomey, Jennings and Greene’s BUSINESS LAW: PRINCIPLES FOR TODAY'S COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT, 5E uses excerpted cases in the language of the court to provide both comprehensive and clear coverage. Updates throughout this edition address the latest developments and all of today’s most important business law topics without overwhelming readers with unnecessary detail. Based on the authors’ extensive teaching and legal experience, this trusted book offers a wealth of integrated examples and applications that feature current events and familiar situations to help readers thoroughly grasp legal concepts. Engaging feature boxes, numerous brief examples and applications marked For Example reinforce concepts as readers progress through each chapter's narrative. This edition’s clear, thorough guidance also assists current and future professionals in preparing for the CPA exam. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Known as "the bible" of herpetological medicine and surgery, Mader’s Reptile and Amphibian Medicine and Surgery, 3rd Edition edited by Stephen Divers and Scott Stahl provides a complete veterinary reference for reptiles and amphibians, including specific sections on practice management and development; taxonomy, anatomy, physiology, behavior, stress and welfare; captive husbandry and management including nutrition, heating and lighting; infectious diseases and laboratory sciences; clinical techniques and procedures; sedation, anesthesia and analgesia; diagnostic imaging; endoscopy; medicine; surgery; therapy; differential diagnoses by clinical signs; specific disease/condition summaries; population health and public health; and legal topics. Well-organized and concise, this new edition covers just about everything related to reptiles and amphibians by utilizing an international array of contributing authors that were selected based on their recognized specialization and expertise, bringing a truly global perspective to this essential text!
Between 1935 and 1985, the nascent public health profession developed scientific evidence and practical know-how to prevent death on an unprecedented scale. Thanks to public health workers, life expectancy rose rapidly as generations grew up free from the scourges of smallpox, typhoid, and syphilis. In Health and Humanity, Karen Kruse Thomas offers a thorough account of the growth of academic public health in the United States through the prism of the oldest and largest independent school of public health in the world. Thomas follows the transformation of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health (JHSPH), now known as the Bloomberg School of Public Health, from a small, private institute devoted to doctoral training and tropical disease research into a leading global educator and innovator in fields from biostatistics to mental health to pathobiology. A provocative, wide-ranging account of how midcentury public health leveraged federal grants and anti-Communist fears to build the powerful institutional networks behind the health programs of the CDC, WHO, and USAID, the book traces how Johns Hopkins helped public health take center stage during the scientific research boom triggered by World War II. It also examines the influence of politics on JHSPH, the school’s transition to federal grant funding, the globalization of public health in response to hot and cold war influences, and the expansion of the school’s teaching program to encompass social science as well as lab science. Revealing how faculty members urged foreign policy makers to include saving lives in their strategy of "winning hearts and minds," Thomas argues that the growth of chronic disease and the loss of Rockefeller funds moved the JHSPH toward international research funded by the federal government, creating a situation in which it was sometimes easier for the school to improve the health of populations in India and Turkey than on its own doorstep in East Baltimore. Health and Humanity is a comprehensive account of the ways that JHSPH has influenced the practice, pedagogy, and especially our very understanding of public health on both global and local scales.
Literary Market Place 2001 is the ultimate insider's guide to the U.S. book publishing industry, covering every conceivable aspect of the business. In two, easy-to-use volumes, it provides: -- 50 sections organizing everyone and everything in the business -- from publishers, agents, and ad agencies to associations, distributors, and events -- Over 14,500 listings in all -- featuring names, addresses, and numbers ... key personnel ... activities, specialties, and other relevant data ... e-mail addresses and Web sites ... and more -- Some 24,000 decision-makers throughout the industry, listed in a separate "Personnel Yellow Pages" section in each volume -- Thousands of services and suppliers equipped to meet every publishing need or requirement -- More than 400 new entries to this edition plus thousands of updated listings throughout. LMP 2001 leaves no stone unturned in connecting you with the publishing firm, service, or product you or your patrons need. It's completely revised and updated to help: -- Publishers locate other publishers, free-lancers, agents, printers, wholesalers, manufacturers, and more -- Suppliers find names and numbers of potential publishing customers -- Job seekers locate contact names, addresses, and phone numbers throughout the industry -- Booksellers get publisher ordering and shipping information -- Writers locate publishers for their works -- Librarians provide patrons with the reference source they need to find their way through the publishing industry

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