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 001   KNOWLEDGE  
   1 Morris, Alan
A Practical introduction to in-depth interviewing / Alan
Morris.-- Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2015.
xiv,143p. , 22cm.
ISBN : 9781446287637.
001.4 MOR 144557
This book will help you complete your qualitative
research project by providing a nuts and bolts
introduction to interviewing. With coverage of ethics,
preparation strategies and advice for handling the
unexpected in the field, this handy guide will help you
get to grips with the basics of interviewing before
embarking on your research. While recognising that your
research question and the context of your research will
drive your approach to interviewing, this book provides
practical advice often skipped in traditional methods
textbooks. Written with the needs of social science
students and those new to qualitative research in mind,
the book will help you plan, prepare for, carry out and
analyse your interviews.

** Interviewing , Interviewing in sociology , Social
sciences -- Methodology
   2 Vagle, Mark D.
Crafting phenomenological research / Mark D. Vagle.--
London: Routledge, 2014.
171 p, illustrations , 24 cm.
ISBN : 9781611323023.
142.7 VAG 144563
This is an accessible, concise introduction to
phenomenological research that outlines the key
principles for conducting this research from leading
contemporary practitioners and his own strand which
incorporates elements of post-structural thinking into
traditional methods. Replete with exercises for students,
case studies, and resources.

** Phenomenology - Research - Methodology, Social
sciences -Research - Methodology, Education -Research -
   3 Thomas, Gary
The Anatomy of the case study / Gary Thomas and Kevin Myers
-- Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2016.
viii, 145p. , 25cm.
ISBN : 9781446248645.
300.723 THO 144558
Exploring the historical, theoretical and practical bones
of modern case study research, and featuring an extended
example that has been annotated line by line, this book
takes readers through the complexities of case study

** Case method , Social sciences -- Research --

4 Thomas, Gary
How to do your case study / Gary Thomas.--2nd ed-- Los
angeles: Sage Publications, 2016.
xii, 269p. , 25cm.
ISBN : 9781446282656.
300.723 THO 144559
This book introduces students and researchers to the
basics of case study research. Adopting jargon-free
language it grounds its advice in concrete experience and
real-world cases. Using examples from across the social
sciences, the author provides practical guidance on how
best to read, design and carry out case study research
with a focus on how to manage and analyze data.

** Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology
   5 Malkiel, Burton G
A Random walk down wall street : the time -testing
strategy for successful investing / Burton G Malkiel.-- New
York: W W Norton and company, 2015.
491p , 21cm.
ISBN : 978093352245.
332.6 MAL 144554
In this classic guide, first published in 1973, you-ll
learn the basic terminology of "The Street" and how to
navigate it with the help of a user-friendly, long-range
investment strategy. Drawing on his own varied experience
as an economist, financial adviser, and successful
investor, Malkiel shows why an individual who buys over
time and holds a low-cost, internationally diversified
index of securities is still likely to exceed the
performance of portfolios carefully picked by
professionals using sophisticated analytical techniques.
In this newest edition, Malkiel has added material on
exchange-traded funds, investment opportunities in
emerging markets, and the pitfalls and prospects of the
latest investing trend, "smart beta." The book-s classic
life-cycle guide to investing, tailoring strategies to
investors of any age, will help you plan confidently for
the future.

** Investments , Stocks, Random Walks (Mathematics)
 346   PRIVATE LAW  
   6 David, Matthew
Owning the world of ideas : intellectual property and
global network capitalism / Matthew David and Debora
Halbert.-- Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2015.
xiii, 118p. , 22cm.
ISBN : 9781473915763.
346.048 DAV 144555
In this book David and Halbert map the rise of global IP
protectionism, debunk the key justifications given for
IPRs, dismiss the arguments put forward for global
extension and harmonization, and suggest that roll-back,
suspension, and even simply the bi-passing of IP in
practice offer better solutions for promoting innovation
and meeting human needs.

** Intellectual property

7 Klein, Bethany
Understanding copyright : intellectual property in the
digital age / Bethany Klein, Giles Moss and Lee Edwards.-
Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2015.
vi, 152p. , 24cm.
ISBN : 9781446285831.
346.0482 KLE 144556
How cultural property is created, governed, protected,
circulated and accessed raises serious questions for
individuals, activists and governments. Taking a rounded
view of the debates and perspectives that have emerged as
essential to the struggle over copyright in the digital
age, this book: * Looks across a broad range of
industries including music, television and film to
consider the issues of media power and policy. * Is
packed with gripping examples and case studies, including
pirate bay, Google books, Metallica v Napster, Aaron
Swartz/JSTOR and megaupload.com * Features boxed case
studies and guided further reading lists. Edited with
authority and insight, this book offers students and
scholars of cultural and media industries, new media and
social media a comprehensive overview of the contemporary
issues surrounding intellectual property.

** Copyright infringement , Copyright
   8 Matsuda, Paul Kei (ed)
Second language writing research / Paul Kei Matsuda and
Tony Silva. New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
xv, 254 p, ill. , 24 cm.
ISBN : 0805850457.
418.0071 MAT 144560
Researchers from different parts of the world reflect on
their own research projects, providing insights into key
methodological issues in research on second language
writing. By offering a glimpse into the process of
constructing and negotiating knowledge in the field, it
helps demystify the research process.

** Language and languages-Study and teaching-Research,
Rhetoric-Study and teaching, Second language acquisition-
 530   PHYSICS  
   9 Crease, Robert P.
The Quantum moment : how Planck, Bohr, Einstein, and
Heisenberg taught US to love uncertainty / Robert P
Crease and Alfred Scharff Goldhaber.-- New York: W. W.
Norton and Company, 2014.
viii, 332p. 21 cm.
ISBN : 9780393351927.
530.12 CRE 144553
The authors-- one a philosopher, the other a physicist--
draw on their training and six years of co-teaching to
dramatize the quantum-s rocky path from scientific theory
to public understanding while also exploring the
quantum-s manifestations in everything from art and
sculpture to the prose of John Updike and David Foster

** Quantum theory - Popular works, Physics -- Popular
works, Physics
   10 Barry, Daved (ed)
The Sage handbook of new approaches in management and
organization / Daved Barry and Hans Hansen.-- Los Angeles
: Sage, 2008.
xx, 609 p. 26 cm.
ISBN : 9781412912181.
658 BAR 144565
Introducing ideas that are considered -fringe- and
controversial, this book is suitable for researchers,
teachers and advanced students who are interested in the
future of Business and Management scholarship.

** Management, Organization

11 Melin, Leif (ed)
The Sage handbook of family business / Leif Melin Mattias
Nordqvist and Pramodita Sharma.-- Los angeles: London,
xxiii, 670p, 25 cm.
ISBN : 9780857023636.
658.045 MEL 144564
For the first time, this Handbook captures the conceptual
map and state-of-the-art thinking on family business - an
area which has seen rapid global growth in both research
and education in the last two decades.

** Family-owned business enterprises.

12 Milton, Nick
The Knowledge manager-s handbook : a step -by step guide
to embedding effective knowledge management in your
organization / Nick Milton and Patrick Lambe.-- London:
KoganPage, 2016.
xiii, 303 pages : illustrations , 23 cm
ISBN : 9780749475536.
658.4038 MIL 144552
The way an organization manages and disseminates its
knowledge is key to informed decision making,
effectiveness, and maintaining a competitive edge.
Companies need a knowledge management framework that is
customized to their particular needs and priorities.
Nick Milton and Patrick Lambe draw on their experience as
consultants and project leaders to act as guides through
each stage of creating and defining an effective
knowledge management framework. Taking into account
people, processes, technologies, and governance, they
show how each of these components can be optimized to
unlock knowledge from the company and make a sustainable
change in the organization-s knowledge management

** Knowledge management, BUSINESS and ECONOMICS /
Information Management

13 Blakey, John,
The Trusted executive : nine leadership habits that
inspire results, relationships and reputation / John
Blakey.-- London: Kogan Page, 2016.
xii, 225p, 23cm.
ISBN : 9780749474225.
658.4092 BLA 144551
The topic of trust has been a much discussed issue since
the recent global financial crisis. However, the
business world-s response has lagged behind and trust in
organizations and corporations remains low. This book
helps leaders create a trust-building strategy for a
globalized, technology-enabled, diverse, and increasingly
skeptical world. Through coaching exercises and
interviews with CEOs, combined with academic research,
The Trusted Executive provides the tools to build trust
through three key areas: ability, integrity, and
benevolence. It explains how to develop and measure
organizational trust, handle trust violations, and manage
a constantly changing work environment and diverse

** Leadership, Trust, BUSINESS and ECONOMICS / Leadership



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