Yes to Europe!

Author: Robert Saunders

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History


View: 409

The first modern history of the 1975 European Referendum, ranging across 1970s Britain to assess why voters said 'Yes to Europe'.

Let's Stay Together

Why Yes to Europe

Author: Denis MacShane

Publisher: I.B.Tauris


Category: Europe

Page: 75

View: 265

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Owning an Electric Car - 2010 Edition

Author: Michael Boxwell

Publisher: Greenstream Publishing


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 200

View: 347

Owning an Electric Car is the essential book for anyone who is interested in owning an electric car and who wants to know more about them. The book has been written with input from hundreds of people from all around the world: interviews and surveys with owners of electric cars about their experiences - both good and bad, meetings with vehicle manufacturers and discussions with politicians, environmental campaigners and electricity providers have all contributed make this book an essential guide to help you make an informed choice about electric cars.

Influenza: Complete Spectrum - II - ECAB

Author: M. Indrashekhar Rao

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences


Category: Medical

Page: 94

View: 655

Influenza: Complete Spectrum – II is published in continuation with the Influenza: Complete Spectrum – I, and the second part converges on the clinical aspect of influenza. It also covers the various influenza immunization programs and policies being run in India to prevent and decrease the incidence of influenza and its complications among children and adults. The course of influenza is mild and self-limited. However, serious complications leading to morbidity and death occur, especially in those with underlying chronic illnesses. The book covers very well the complications and prognosis of influenza. The publication details out why, how, and when influenza vaccination should be exercised in children and adults especially keeping in mind the recent pandemic of H1N1. The book also has a chapter designated to the management of influenza which not only covers antivirals but also the other aspects of managing a patient of influenza and preventing its spread. The authors of the book have also elaborated on the present vis-à-vis future aspects related to influenza vaccine, an often ignored part of influenza management. Discussing complications and prognosis of influenza Describing influenza vaccination for adults and children Understanding the management and prevention of influenza Throwing some light on critical appraise of various immunization programs and policies run for influenza in India Understanding current gap in effective vaccination and management practices for influenza and how to bridge the same in future

Conflict and Compromise in Multilingual Societies

Author: Kenneth McRae

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press


Category: History

Page: 274

View: 723

After the French Revolution, Switzerland developed from a country in which German dominated linguistically into a confederation of four officially recognized language groups -- German, French, Italian, Romansh -- concentrated in different geographical areas and marked by distinctive cultures and lifestyles. Following a historical overview of this development and the social and political institutionalization of the linguistic cleavages, McRae's study examines key elements in the functioning of modern Swiss society: political parties, federal and cantonal institutions, the media, educational and cultural policies, the relation between the linguistic cleavages and class and religion, the attitudes and behaviour of the four language groups to one another. It concludes by reviewing the various explanations advanced to explain the relative social and political stability of Switzerland. This book is the first volume in a projected multi-volume work examining four multilingual Western democracies. The volumes to come will focus on Belgium (scheduled for publication in 1985), Finland, and Canada.

Surveillance in Europe

Author: David Wright

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 422

View: 211

Surveillance in Europe is an accessible, definitive and comprehensive overview of the rapidly growing multi-disciplinary field of surveillance studies in Europe. Written by experts in the field, including leading scholars, the Companion’s clear and up to date style will appeal to a wide range of scholars and students in the social sciences, arts and humanities. This book makes the case for greater resilience in European society in the face of the growing pervasiveness of surveillance. It examines surveillance in Europe from several different perspectives, including: the co-evolution of surveillance technologies and practices the surveillance industry in Europe the instrumentality of surveillance for preventing and detecting crime and terrorism social and economic costs impacts of surveillance on civil liberties resilience in Europe’s surveillance society. the consequences and impacts for Europe of the Snowden revelations findings and recommendations regarding surveillance in Europe Surveillance in Europe's interdisciplinary approach and accessible content makes it an ideal companion to academics, policy-makers and civil society organisations alike, as well as appealing to top level undergraduates and postgraduates.

Britain for and Against Europe

British Politics and the Question of European Integration

Author: David Baker

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 252

View: 199

This study provides up-to-date analysis of the often problematic relationship between various elements of British political culture and the developing European Union. The book concludes by discussing future relations between Britain and her European partners.

Does Carbon-Conscious Behavior Drive Firm Performance?

An Event Study on the Global 500 Companies

Author: Adrian Renner

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 168

View: 611

Adrian Renner provides a unique perspective on how stockholders react if companies move towards a carbon-conscious future. A multi-country event study approach was used to analyze stock market reactions of the largest 500 companies globally.

Remembering Margaret Thatcher

Commemorations, Tributes and Assessments

Author: John Blundell

Publisher: Algora Publishing


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 238

View: 902

Lady Thatcher''s outstanding accomplishments, the debates she sparked, and her inimitable character, personality and style are captured in this collection of Parliamentary tributes and international comments, with a Foreword and Biographical Sketch by long-time advisor and friend John Blundell and an Introduction by The Rt Hon David Davis MP. These pages provide first-person observations and anecdotes describing vividly the policies of Margaret Thatcher, her life, and her legacy.