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How To Do Your Research Project: A Guide For Students 3ed

Paperback, 26/05/2017, £24.99
The Third Edition of this bestselling title continues to lead the way as an essential guide for anyone undertaking a research project in the applied social sciences.

Thrive in Genetics

Paperback, 30/05/2013, £19.99
The Thrive in Bioscience revision guides are written to help undergraduate students achieve exam success in all core areas of bioscience. They communicate all the key concepts in a succinct, easy-to-digest way, using features and tools - both in the book and in digital form - to make learning even more effective.

Cycles in US Foreign Policy Since the Cold War

Hardback, 01/02/2017, £74.99
This book describes how American international policy alternates between engagement and disengagement cycles in world affairs. A disengaged on noninvolved policy relies on normal economic and political interaction with other states, which seeks to disassociation from entanglements.

Arid Zone Geomorphology: Process, Form and Change in Drylands

Paperback, 04/03/2011, £54.95
The new edition of Arid Zone Geomorphology aims to encapsulate the advances that have been made in recent years in the investigation and explanation of landforms and geomorphological processes in drylands.

Critical Care Medicine at a Glance 3ed

Paperback, 17/10/2014, £28.00
Critical Care Medicine at a Glance is an accessible introduction and revision text for junior clinicians.

South Country

Paperback, 08/06/2009, £12.00
Acutely sensitive to rhythms of the countryside, Edward Thomas's lyrical, passionate, and sometimes political writing merges natural history with folk culture, and gives us a free-form record of the feelings and observations of one of the great poets of the English language. First published 1909 by J.M. Dent & Sons

Life's Little Ironies

7, 10/07/2008, £7.99

Authors in Context : Thomas Hardy

Paperback, 28/05/2009, £8.99

Worst of Evils the fight against pain

Hardback, 30/05/2006, £25.00
With stories and anecdotes, the author describes a chequered progression of breakthroughs, haphazard experiments, ignorant attitudes, and surprising developments in human efforts to control pain. He offers a multicultural history that culminates with a discussion of successes, and failures, in the struggle against pain.