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Edited by Alfons Bora, Bielefeld University and Heiko Hausendorf, University of Zurich
Drawing on comparative and interdisciplinary research in the regulation of science and technology, this book offers a critical examination of participatory governance in legal procedure and an inquiry in the institutional and procedural possibilities of democratic participation in law.
Edited by Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon and C.-T. James Huang
This new volume serves to focus and clarify the debate surrounding long-distance reflexives by examining the role of syntax, semantics, and pragmatics/discourse in the use of long-distance reflexives in a variety of languages. It discusses a broad range of questions about syntactic categories ...
Edited by Peter Culicover and Louise McNally
Contains a collection of essays which explore the ways in which greater incorporation of nonsyntactic explanations into linguistic research may deepen the understanding of problematic linguistic phenomena and, at the same time, strengthen syntactic research. It also addresses the status of ...
Edited by Ann Watts Pailliotet and Peter B. Mosenthal
Information about issues and procedures for media or visual literacy is widely dispersed. This title advances scholarship by transcending traditional research boundaries and combining a number of different backgrounds, such as cultural studies, reading, computers and technology, sociology, ...
At the basic level, this book provides an explanation of many of the general principles and special terms in acoustics that are relevant to clinical audiology and audiological science. At a more advanced level, it attempts to answer the needs of students of audiological science and audiological ...
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