This is an extended study of the touring practices and performances of Elizabethan and Jacobean travelling players. It examines the lively, competitive world of professional touring theatre through to its decline in the 1620s.
An undergraduate-level study of theoretical and policy dilemmas in the construction of women's citizenship. Develops a woman-friendly theory and praxis of citizenship which embraces both rights and political participation, challenges conventional dichotomies and takes account of the differences between women.
A core textbook for all modules in organizational behaviour offering a balance of critical and managerial perspectives, a keen focus on ethics and diversity, international research and examples, and new video interviews with business managers which demonstrate how key theories come together in practice to inform everyday life in an organization.
If you are looking for the definitive short guide to the theory and practice of health promotion, then you need look no further.
Written by a leading international expert, this concise text offers, for the first time, a comprehensive explanation of key concepts, terms and definitions used in health promotion.
In an age of globalization, the most pressing social policy challenges (such as climate change, ageing populations and flagging economies) require international responses if they are to be overcome. Drawing on a wide range of policy examples from around the world, this important new book provides a fresh framework for the study of human wellbeing.
This is a book for audiences. It is a book for anyone who watches, is watched, and all the spaces in between.
Introducing the idea of performance as a shared transformative experience, this engaging book will help you make sense of the performer/audience interaction in a landscape where boundaries are collapsing.