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Published January, 2023
By Subhash Chandra Parija and Vikram Kate
Publisher: Springer (Springer Verlag, Singapore)
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Conducting research requires resources to meet the research need. Research grants help overcome those limitations and help the researchers carry out quality research without any restriction.

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Published January, 2023
By Ann Leahy
Publisher: Policy Press
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Establishing a critical and interdisciplinary dialogue, this text engages with the typically disparate fields of social gerontology and disability studies. It investigates the experiences of two groups rarely considered together in research - people ageing with long-term disability and people first experiencing disability with ageing.

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Published January, 2023
By Charles Foster, Jonathan Herring, John Tingle and Clayton O Neill
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book examines the idea of a fundamental entitlement to health and healthcare from a human rights perspective. It will be an invaluable resource for students, academics and policy-makers working in the areas of health law and policy, and international human rights law.

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Published January, 2023
By Hanna Laako and Georgina Sanchez-Ramirez
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book presents the contemporary history and dynamics of Mexican midwifery - professional, (post)modern or autonomous, traditional and Indigenous - as profoundly political and embedded in differing societal stratifications.

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Published January, 2023
By Cordula Kropp, Irene Antoni-Komar and Colin Sage
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book examines the role of local food movements, enterprises and networks in the transformation of the currently unsustainable global food system. It explores a series of innovations designed to re-integrate sustainable modes of food production and encourage food sovereignty.

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Published January, 2023
By Valerie de Courville Nicol
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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Showing how Americans have massively turned to a self-help empowerment model to manage chronic feelings of insecurity, Anxiety in Middle-Class America explains why no group has ever been as anxious about anxiety and interested in tackling it as a moral and personal problem.

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Published January, 2023
By Joanna Ziarkowska
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book explores Native American literary responses to biomedical discourses and biomedicalization processes as they circulate in social and cultural contexts. It will appeal to scholars of Native American and Indigenous Studies, as well as to others with an interest in literature and medicine.

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Published January, 2023
By Stevie Martin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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Locating assisted suicide within the broader medical end-of-life context and drawing on the empirical data available from the increasing number of permissive jurisdictions, this book provides a novel examination of the human rights implications of the prohibition on assisted suicide in England and Wales and beyond.

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Published January, 2023
By Amy Raffel
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book uses the Pop Shop, a previously overlooked enterprise, and artist merchandising to reconsider the significance and legacy of Haring's career as a whole, especially his career long pursuit of populism.

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Published January, 2023
By Lauren Small
Publisher: Ethics International Press Ltd
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What makes healers become killers? Inspired by the life of Dr. Leo Alexander, a principal author of the Nuremberg Code, The Eye Begins to See delivers a compelling story of historical insight and psychological intrigue.

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