This book explores the historical, social, political and cultural facets of integration between complementary and alternative medicine and nursing/midwifery. It examines the ever-expanding integration in relation to:
This innovative book provides the first critical overview of this important field of health research. It is important reading for medical sociologists, nurses and other health professionals - as well as students in these areas - with an interest in complementary and alternative medicine.
The book is a critical edition of Thomas Hardy's The Return of the Native is an authoritative text with critical essays covering a wide range of topics catering to the needs of both the students and the scholars of Thomas Hardy. The edition features illustrations to the text, which were published when the novel was first serialised in a periodical. The essays included in the book cover topics like the language of Thomas Hardy, Folklore in the novel, the novel as a 'Novel of Character and Environment' and the novel as a tragedy. It also includes some contemporary reviews of the novel and a study on Hardy and his Age. Although the book is targeted primarily at the students of English Literature, the approach to the critical appraisal is comprehensive and can be appreciated by the general readers as well.
A handy, pocket-sized guide to the identification of New Zealand native trees. Condensed from Andrew Crowe's popular Which Native? series, this little book has been designed to fit into a pocket, day pack or bag. Full of essential information for quick accurate identification of native trees, this new mini guide is appealing and easy to use.
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