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Peter Gratton and John Panteleimon Manoussakis, eds. Traversing the Imaginary: Richard Kearney and the Postmodern Challenge. Evanston, Ill.
Eric Severson
May 04, 2009
Book Review. Eric Severson reviews Peter Gratton and John Panteleimon Manoussakis, eds. Traversing the Imaginary: Richard Kearney and the Postmodern Challenge. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2007.
Review of Peter Tyler, Teresa of Avila: Doctor of the Soul, London
Michelle Rebidoux
Jan 08, 2019
Peter Tyler had two main purposes, which he lays out in the Introduction to his book, in undertaking to write on the life, context, and work of the 16th century Spanish Carmelite nun, monastic reformer, mystic, saint, Doctor of...
Review of Peter Carravetta, The Elusive Hermes: Method, Discourse, Interpreting. Aurora, Colorado
Patrick Renaud
Jan 04, 2019
Before I dive into the details of this short reportage, there is certainly one thing that cannot be denied: Peter Carravetta, by publishing The Elusive Hermes: Method, Discourse, Interpreting, shows an uncommon and rare amount...
Review of “Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime
The following is a review of Peter Gøtzsche's "Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare," which focuses on the corruption that exists in the pharmaceutical industries and in the healthcare...
“Getting Bruised, Hurting, and Dirty” in School Leadership
Peter Grimmett
Sep 07, 2018
Two themes, 1) administrative managerialism and 2) human kinship, are used to theorize an effective approach to educational leadership. The first arises from difficulty in Canada recruiting teachers into school administration....
Published by: IGI Global
Strategic Split-Ticket Voting in Mixed Electoral Systems
Peter Stumpf
Apr 01, 2020
This article aims to examine strategic split-voting in mixed systems by analyzing the results of elections in three countries using mixed electoral systems—Germany, Hungary, and Lithuania—to further improve researchers'...
Published by: IGI Global
Crowdsourcing the Disaster Management Cycle
Crowdsourcing is a communication platform that can be used during and after a disastrous event. Previous research in crisis crowdsourcing demonstrates its wide adoption for aiding response efforts by non-government organizations...
Published by: IGI Global
The Utilization of a Formalized Complaint Management System as a Communication Tool to Foster Student Success
The field of Higher Education is experiencing a revolution spurred on by the expanding frontier of technology. Leaders of higher education institutions seek to improve student communication processes which will positively impact...
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The Effects of Mobile Collaborative Activities in a Second Language Course
Peter Ilic
Oct 01, 2015
This research is designed to explore the areas of collaborative learning and the use of smartphones as a support for collaborative learning through a year-long exploratory multiple case study approach integrating both...
Published by: IGI Global
Pandemic-Driven Technology Adoption
During the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, around the world, evidence is mounting as to the unenveness of impacts across communities. There are disproportionately more impacts on people who are elderly, economically...
Published by: IGI Global
Empirical Evidence of Organizational Strategy and the Performance of Faith-Based Organizations
Effective implementation of organisational strategy is considered a major tool for facilitating firm performance and global competitiveness. However, most academic discussions and debates in existing literature have limited the...
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Review of Kojin Karatani, Isonomia and the Origins of Philosophy. Durham
Peter Trnka
Jan 07, 2020
This is a book for anyone interested in: the origins of philosophical thinking, the idiocy of the designation ‘pre-Socratic’, the coincidence of western and eastern cultures, the political economy of intellectual life, the nexus...
We Can
Peter Amponsah
May 09, 2019
The author reviews the book Can Non-Europeans Think? by Hamid Dabashi and discusses the book’s applicability to decolonial thought and social work practice.
Rethinking Postwar Liberalism
Peter Sloman
Apr 13, 2023
The nineteenth and early twentieth century Liberal Party has been well served by British political historians. By contrast, research on the post‐1945 Liberal Party and Liberal Democrats has become a specialised field, with...
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Process Innovation and Competitive Advantage in Telecommunication Companies
Innovation is key to achieving a competitive advantage. In a bid to achieve competitive advantage, companies have considered different types of innovation. Each firm establishes its own competitive niche depending on the...
Published by: IGI Global
An Assessment of Culture Organizational and Managerial Effects
Organizational change, as well as failure, downsizing, mergers, and acquisitions, necessitates tactical development initiatives in relations of easy matters. Require business activity, which necessitates a high level of employee...
Published by: Singh Publication