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The European Union : A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Beginner's Guides) (Reprint): Blair, Alasdair: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The European Union : A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Beginner's Guides) (Reprint)
The European Union : A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Beginner's Guides) (Reprint)
Publisher : Oneworld Pubns Ltd
Published Date : 2012/07
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781851688982

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A43504520 A43010000
Place of Publication: Great Britain
Subject Development: History
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Geographic Designator: Western Europe

The world's greatest importer and exporter, the European Union is an economic heavyweight with a GDP even larger than the US. But how much do we really know about the nature and aims of the EU, the benefits and costs membership brings, and its impact on peoples' everyday lives? And, in an increasingly multipolar world, can it ever emerge as a global superpower, or do widespread concerns about national sovereignty and serious questions about the Euro's stability mean that it is destined for an uncertain future? Featuring the most up-to-date assessment of the EU, its inner workings, external relations, and likely future development, this is the perfect introduction for anyone seeking to better understand European integration and what it means for Europeans as well as the rest of the world.Form, and Structure Sybil Derrible, Canada 4. Shannon Entropy and Degree Correlations in Complex Networks Samuel Johnson, UK 5. Concepts of Network Complexity for biomedical Applications. Enrico Capobianco, Italy 6. Functional Complexity Based on Topology Hildegard Meyer-Ortmanns, Germany 7. Computational complexity of graphs Stasys Jukna, Germany 8. Emergence of heterogeneous structures in chemical reaction-diffusion networks Qi Xuan, China 9. Gibbs entropy of network ensembles Simone Severini and Ginestra Bianconi, USA 10. Information based complexity of networks Russell Standish, Australia 11. The Linear Complexity of a Graph David Neel et al., USA 12. Complexity management for visualizing gene networks N.N 13. Unraveling gene regulatory networks from time-resolved gene expression Data N.N 14. Biological Network Reconstruction and Complexity N.N 15. Predicting community responses to perturbations in the face of imperfect knowledge and network complexity N.N 16. Neural complexity: a graph theoretic interpretation N.N 17. Path lengths in protein-protein interaction networks and biological complexity N.NMindy Stombler, and Renee Wharton). 10 Construction of Male Sexuality and Gender Roles in Puerto Rican Heterosexual College Students (David Perez-Jimenez, Ineke Cunningham, Irma Serrano-Garcia, and Blanca Ortiz-Torres). 11 Pornography, Sexual Socialization, and Satisfaction Among Young Men (Aleksandar Stulhofer, Vesna Busko, and Ivan Landripet). Implications for Educational Practice. Part Three: College Men Behaving Badly. Introduction. 12 A Theoretical Model to Explain the Overrepresentation of College Men Among Campus Judicial Offenders: Implications for Campus Administrators (Shaun R. Harper, Frank Harris III, and Kenechukwu (K. C.) Mmeje). 13 Why College Men Drink: Alcohol, Adventure, and the Paradox of Masculinity (Rocco L. Capraro). 14 Whales Tales, Dog Piles, and Beer Goggles: An Ethnographic Case Study of Fraternity Life (Robert A. Rhoads). 15 Toward a Transformed Approach to Prevention: Breaking the Link Between Masculinity and Violence (Luoluo Hong). Implications for Educational Practice. Part Four: College Men's Health and Wellness. Introduction. 16 Constructions of Masculinity and Their Influence on Men's Well-Being: A Theory of Gender and Health (Will H. Courtenay). 17 Mags and Abs: Media Consumption and Bodily Concerns in Men (Ida Jodette Hatoum and Deborah Belle). 18 Effects of Alcohol, Expectancies, and Partner Type on Condom Use in College Males: Event-Level Analyses (Joseph LaBrie, Mitch Earleywine, Jason Schiffman, Eric Pedersen, and Charles Marriot). 19 Exploring the Health Behavior Disparities of Gay Men in the United States: Comparing Gay Male University Students to Their Heterosexual Peers (Scott D. Rhodes, Thomas McCoy, Kenneth C. Hergenrather, Morrow R. Omli, and Robert H. DuRant). Implications for Educational Practice. Part Five: College Men of Color. Introduction 20 Factors Influencing the Ethnic Identity Development of Latino Fraternity Members at a Hispanic Serving Institution (Juan R. Guardia and Nancy J. Evans). 21 Exploring the Lives of Asian American Men: Racial Identity, Male Role Norms, Gender Role Conflict, and Prejudicial Attitudes (William M. Liu). 22 Peer Support for African American Male College Achievement: Beyond Internalized Racism and the Burden of "Acting White" (Shaun R. Harper). 23 Expressions of Spirituality Among African American College Males (Michael K. Herndon). Implications for Educational Practice. Part Six: College Men and Sports. Introduction. 24 Stigma Management Through Participation in Sport and Physical Activity: Experiences of Male College Students with Physical Disabilities (Diane E. Taub, Elaine M. Blinde, and Kimberly R. Greer). 25 Race, Interest Convergence, and Transfer Outcomes for Black Male Student-Athletes at Community Colleges (Shaun R. Harper). 26 Used Goods: Former African American College Student-Athletes' Perceptions of Exploitation by Division I Universities (Krystal K. Beamon). 27 Social Justice and Men's Interests: The Case of Title IX (Michael A. Messner and Nancy M. Solomon). 28 Reconstructing Masculinity in the Locker Room: The Mentors in Violence Prevention Project (Jackson Katz). Implications for Educational Practice. Name Index. Subject Index.