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A blog post by Claire Rubin, author of Emergency Management: The American Experience 1900-2010, Second Edition.
The United Nation's International Day of Older Persons, is celebrated on Sunday 1st October this year. The aim is to raise awareness of the impact of an ageing population and the need to ensure people can grow old with dignity. Towards Human Rights in Residential Care for Older Persons, addresses important issues surrounding our growing elderly population, with a particular focus on older people in residential care in major regions throughout the world.
Christina Holtz-Bacha & Marion R. Just are editors of the recently published title, Routledge Handbook of Political Advertising. Thematic chapters address advertising effects, negative ads, the perspective of practitioners and gender role.
We caught up with Christina & Marion to discuss this exciting new title and its relevance in today's political climate...
Aakash Singh Rathore, is the author of the recently released title, Indian Political Theory: Laying the Groundwork for Svaraj. An interesting new interpretation of a contemporary ideal of svaraj, this analysis takes into account influences from other cultures and sources as well as eschews thick conceptions that stifle imaginations and imaginaries.
We caught up with Aakash to discuss this exciting new title...
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New title, Understanding Statelessness, Edited by Tendayi Bloom, Katherine Tonkiss, Phillip Cole, is making waves in the field. Check out the blog posts at the European Network on Statelessness, The Open University, Discover Society and Refugee Law Initiative or find out more about this title below.
Victoria Durrer, Toby Miller and Dave O'Brien are handbook editors of The Routledge Handbook of Cultural Policy. This newly published title explores how cultural policy has become a global phenomenon.
Routledge caught up with the editors to discuss this exciting new title...
Tendayi Bloom is a Lecturer in Politics and International Studies at The Open University, UK. Tendayi's work focuses on the relationship between noncitizens and States and she has written on this in a number of capacities. Like in her soon to be released title, Noncitizenism: Recognising Noncitizen Capabilities in a World of Citizens, which she discusses in a recent blog post at The Open University.