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Legal Aspects of Combating Corruption:

The Case of Zambia
Kenneth K. Mwenda
ISBN: 9781934043844

"highly recommended work for people in other countries, especially developing ones, who are also involved in the fight against corruption to draw lessons from Zambia’s attempt to rid itself from this scourge." Read More..

Building a Nation's Image on the World Wide Web:

A Study of the Head of State Web Sites of Developing Countries
T. Kenn Gaither
ISBN: 9781934043561

Highly original, this study breaks new ground and may very well contribute to a new field in international public relations on the internet. Read More..

The Shaping of Popular Consent:

A Comparative Study of the Soviet Union and the United States 1929-1941
Alexander McGregor
ISBN: 9781934043592

"A fascinating insight…very rich in examples, and provides an extensive historical background…would recommend the book." - Russian Journal of Communication Read More..

Mussolini’s Cities:

Internal Colonialism in Italy, 1930-1939
Federico Caprotti
ISBN: 9781934043530

This book examines the Pontine Marshes project and brings together cohesive strands of research which have not appeared alongside one another before. Read More..

Obesity and Its Related Diseases in China:

The Impact of the Nutrition Transition in Urban and Rural Adults
Xiaoping Weng and Benjamin Caballero
ISBN: 9781934043547

Along with socioeconomic development, the traditional lifestyle of the Chinese people is changing rapidly and becoming more Westernized. At the same time, prevalence of obesity and diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate. This study examines examining the prevalence and characteristics of obesity and its related metabolic diseases in China, where urbanization and socioeconomic development are occurring at a dramatic pace. Read More..

 

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