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Nervous system development
  • D. Kerr
  • Psychology
  • Trends in Neurosciences
  • 1 May 2001
Development of the Nervous Systemedited by Dan Harvey Sanes, Thomas A. Rehand William A. Harris, Academic Press, 2000.$84.95 (xiv + 500 pages)ISBN 0 12 300330In Development of the Nervous System, DanExpand
Orwell's BBC broadcasts: Colonial discourse and the rhetoric of propaganda
From August 1941 to November 1943 George Orwell worked in the Indian Section of the BBC's Eastern Service, broadcasting radio programmes to India. At this time of the Second World War, India cameExpand
A Complexity Perspective on Narrative Identity Reconstruction in Mental Health Recovery
The recovery stories of 17 mental health peer support workers are explored to understand their narrative identity reconstruction in recovery using a complexity perspective and it is suggested that self-mastery as part of personal agency is an important component of participants’ narratives identity reconstruction. Expand
Conan Doyle: Writing, Profession, and Practice
1. INTRODUCTION Practice Profession 2. SPORT Sport and the nation The straight left A nation of amateurs 3. MEDICINE The statement of the case The consultants In general practice The cold detective 4Expand
Wilfred Owen's Voices: Language and Community
Introduction. Part 1 Family: hearth and home fathers and sons brothers in arms Susan. Part 2 Church: praying together drink and the devil the work of the ministry troublesome voices. Part 3 Army: theExpand
Eastern Figures: Orient and Empire in British Writing
Eastern Figures is a literary history with a difference. It examines British writing about the East - centred on India but radiating as far as Egypt and the Pacific - in the colonial and postcolonialExpand
A Century of Travels in China: Critical Essays on Travel Writing from the 1840s to the 1940s
This book represents the work of expert scholars, it is also accessible to non-specialists with an interest in travel writing and China, and care has been taken to explain the critical terms andExpand