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Published November, 2021
By Trevor A. Smith and Kenroy C. Wedderburn
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Compulsive Buying: Consumer Traits, Self-Regulation, and Marketing Ethics presents an integrative discourse on compulsive buying, focusing on the perspective of the customer and on marketing activities which promote excessive consumption.

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Published November, 2021
By Izabel Magalhaes, Kenia Lara da Silva, Julia Argenta and Rebeca Pereira
Publisher: Lexington Books
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This book analyzes language, literacy, and health as social practices, and the relations among them, with a focus on Brazils national health system. With the help of an ethnographic lens, the book analyzes several discourses and uses of texts, including multimodal texts.

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Published November, 2021
By Damian Janus and Barbara Gastol
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Published October, 2021
By Tiara K. Good
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Rhetoric of the Opioid Epidemic argues that the opioid epidemic is a public health issue. By analyzing case studies from popular culture and governmental responses, Tiara Good demonstrates that the power of naming it an epidemic, rather than a drug or crime issue, reduces counterproductive stigma and assists in reshaping public perspectives.

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Published October, 2021
By Robert J. Noone
Publisher: Lexington Books
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In Family and Self: Bowen Theory and the Shaping of Adaptive Capacity, Robert J. Noone examines Murray Bowen's theory of the family and its clinical application.

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Published September, 2021
By Charles Williams, Mohamed Kanu, Elizabeth Williams, Regina Bash-Taqi and Gloria Crawford
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Diversity and Cultural Competence in the Health Sector: Ebola Affected Countries in West Africa examines the 2014-2016 Ebola crisis in three West African countries. The authors argue that this public health disaster was exacerbated by the lack of cultural competency in emergency response efforts.

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Published September, 2021
By Richard Rojcewicz
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Richard Rojcewicz argues that Heidegger and Plato see the same connection between philosophy and death: philosophizing is dying in the sense of separating oneself from the prison constituted by superficiality and hearsay. Rojcewicz relates this understanding of philosophy to signs, anxiety, conscience, music, and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published September, 2021
By Erlanger A. Turner
Publisher: Lexington Books
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In Mental Health among African Americans: Innovations in Research and Practice, Erlanger A. Turner presents a new theoretical framework that emphasizes culturally sensitive clinical practices and Afrocentric values in order to address the lower rates of African Americans seeking medical treatment in the United States.

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This book attempts to illuminate the issue of moral injury and identify means of healing, recovery, and repair for those morally injured by their experiences in combat (or similar situations).

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Published July, 2021
By Kristin Haltinner
Publisher: Lexington Books
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In No Perfect Birth: Trauma and Obstetric Care in the Rural United States, Kristin Haltinner examines the institutional and ideological forces that cause harm to women in childbirth in the rural United States.

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