The principle focus of this book is not sociological theory, or even clinical assessment, but practical intervention, monitoring, and control of violence. Unlike other books which focus on violence at work or
Susan Hayward argues that writing on French cinema has tended to focus on either "great" film-makers or on non-specific movements, addressing moments of exception rather than the global picture. Her work offers
How to Achieve Financial Independence Faster and Easier Than You Ever Thought Possible
Alan Gregerman, consultant to innovative entrepreneurs, shows how insights gained from children can help companies grow, innovate, improve the bottom line, and "make magic" with customers, employees, and shareholders.
In this wise little parable, readers follow a narrator who ventures into the Land of No in search of Yes. He learns by watching others as they search, flounder, and eventually become
Union Maids Not Wanted offers a comprehensive investigation of why the most populous group of the female workforce, domestic workers, was unable to establish long-lasting, powerful unions as have other groups of
This reference book profiles "corporate magazines," those sponsored by and produced for a single business firm. Some of these periodicals are internal, aimed at the company's own employees and retirees. Others are
Originally published by Johns Hopkins Press, 1933.
The Definitive Guide to Getting a Teaching Job is just what the title says - one-stop shopping for everything you need to know to become a teacher. Covering where to find jobs,
A classic American success storywith a twist Like J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Andrew Carnegie, Marshall Field was one of the overlords of triumphant capitalism in the Gilded Age of
This wise and optimistic book examines the rampant scandals that plague American corporations today and shows how companies can reverse the resulting climate of mistrust. By seizing the opportunity to address some
This is the first major biography of Alexander T. Stewart, known during his lifetime as "The Merchant Prince" for his success in retail, wholesale, and manufacturing in New York City. At the
". . . shining clarity and enviable originality" -Peter L. Bernstein, author of Against the Gods "Mark Kritzman presents the reader with an entertaining way of learning some serious finance." -Harry Markowitz,
This book develops an analytical framework for the examination of the politics of privatization. Dobek argues that privatization is a strategy that politicians employ in their drive for power. The material resources