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Paperback, 19/01/2004, £11.99
A lucid and stimulating explanation of how the body's natural healing mechanisms work - and how they can be triggered in non-chemical ways via the 'placebo effect'.

Glacial Landsystems

Paperback, 28/01/2005, £46.99
Offers an overview of the field of glaciation from the perspective of glacial landsystems. This title provides a summary of landsystems relevant to both modern and ancient glacier systems and also in the reconstruction and interpretation of former glacial environments. It serves as a reference for students of glaciation.

Glaciers and Glaciation 2ed

Paperback, 25/06/2010, £60.99
A new edition of the classic textbook for all students of glaciation.

Missing Persons

7, 10/12/1998, £40.99
An introductory analysis of auto/biography which suggests that the genre is based on fictions, both about the subject and about what is possible to know about any one individual. Evans demonstrates the absences and evasions, indeed the 'missing persons' of auto/biography. Chapters consider particular kinds of auto/biographical writing.

Third Reich in Power, 1933-1939: How the Nazis Won Over the Hearts and Minds of a Nation

Paperback, 25/05/2006, £16.99
Before Hitler seized power in 1933, Germany had been famous for its sophistication and complexity. So how was it possible for a group of ideological obsessives to re-mould it into a one-party state directed at war and race hate? This title explores how Hitler turned Germany from a vibrant democracy into a one-party state.

Witchcraft Oracles, and Magic Among the Azande

Paperback, £43.99
This acknowledged masterpiece has been abridged to make it more accessible to students. In her introduction, Eva Gillies presents the case for the relevance of the book to modern anthropologists.

Total Quality

Paperback, 01/08/1999, £30.99

What is History?: With a New Introduction by Richard J. Evans 3ed

Hardback, 17/11/2001, £14.99
To mark the 40th anniversary of this text, this updated volume reviews the state of the discipline at the beginning of the 21st century. Renowned scholars ask and seek to answer Carr's question for a new generation of historians: what does it mean to study history at the start of the 21st century?

Short History of Society : The Making of the Modern World

Paperback, 01/12/2006, £22.99
A Short History of Society is a concise account of the emergence of modern western society. It looks at how successive generations have understood and explained the world in which they lived, and examines significant events since the Enlightenment that have led to the development of society as we know it today.

Foundations of Emergency Care

Paperback, 01/12/2006, £29.99
The Foundations of Emergency Care is an accessible text that brings together both academic and clinical experts to combine coverage of the clinical skills and underpinning theoretical knowledge essential to practice within the modern emergency setting.

Consumer Behaviour 2ed

Paperback, 31/03/2009, £55.99
Consumer behaviour is the study of how, where, when and why we conduct the exchange elements of our lives to satisfy our needs and desires. It is fundamental to marketing as marketing is concerned with supplying and anticipating customer requirements; therefore understanding how customers behave is at the very heart of the marketing concept.

Britain before the Reform Act

Paperback, 10/07/2008, £21.99
Describing the period 1815-1832 as 'The birth of a new age', this book considers the tremendous forces of change operating after industrialisation and discusses the achievement of Lord Liverpool's administration in containing these pressures, thereby leading the way to evolutionary change rather than revolution.