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Uses the sociology of Basil Bernstein and the philosophy of critical realism as complementary modes of theorising to extend and develop social realist arguments about the role of knowledge in curriculum, and to elaborate social realism's critique of constructivism, technical-instrumentalism and neo-conservatism.
Human resource management is a core element of any service, but especially so in public service organizations, whose employees are often their most valuable resource. This book offers research on HRM in the public sector. It covers the relationship between HRM and organizational performance, and managing cultural change and the work-life balance.
Profiling national and international social inclusion agendas, this book examines the fit between the charity law framework and the needs of the socially marginalized in leading common law nations - the US, England and Wales, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It examines the concepts of philanthropy, inclusion, alienation and justice.
A collaboration among six clinicians from diverse practice backgrounds that is the first guide to systematically describe the principles and practices of ACT as they apply to psychiatric assessment, case analysis, and treatment.
Guides managers to a new perspective that sees hospitality and tourism as essential service businesses requiring a holistic cross-functional approach to meeting customers' needs within the context of personal relationships and experience.
This publication focuses on the impact of new technologies on the day- to-day lives of teacher-librarians, and examines this issue in relation to issues such as the learning contexts operating within a school library and the perception of school principles.
Offers a framework of ethics specific to midwifery and derived from midwifery practice that takes ethical discourse beyond literature, proposing strategies for ethical practice based on findings arising out of the profession itself.