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  • Implementing E-procurementby Evans & Reason

    Thorogood Publishing 2001; US$ 69.95

    Whether you believe it is the second industrial revolution or merely an over-hyped offering from the software industry, e-procurement is upon us. The statistics showing take-up and growth point to a phenomenon that is rivalling the Internet itself as a characteristic of modern growth. more...

  • Human Errorby James Reason

    Cambridge University Press 1990; US$ 44.00

    This 1991 book is a major theoretical integration of several previously isolated literatures looking at human error in major accidents. more...

  • Phar Lapby Michael Reason

    Museum Victoria 2014; US$ 9.99

    Phar Lap is one of Australia’s best-loved icons. The story of the gangly foal who became one of the greatest racehorses ever has captured Australians’ hearts for generations. Phar Lap: A True Legend, written by museum curator Michael Reason, has delighted and informed readers for the last five years. Now this fascinating story has been updated... more...

  • The Young Audienceby Matthew Reason

    Institute of Education Press 2010; US$ 34.95

    Children’s theatre is thriving and interest grows in its educational, emotional and expressive benefits. But no detailed, reflective research exists on their theatrical perceptions. Using innovative audience research, interviews and contextual analysis, this book uncovers the experiences of children aged 4-11 when attending a dramatic performance. more...

  • Documentation, Disappearance and the Representation of Live Performanceby Dr Matthew Reason

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 120.00

    The documentation of practice is one of the principle concerns of performance studies. Focusing on contemporary performance practice and with emphasis on the transformative impact of video, photography and writing, this book explores the ideological, practical, and representational implications of knowing performance through its documentations. more...

  • A Life in Errorby Professor James Reason

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 24.95

    This succinct but absorbing book covers the main way stations on James Reason’s 40-year journey in pursuit of the nature and varieties of human error. He presents an engrossing and very personal perspective, offering the reader exceptional insights, wisdom and wit as only James Reason can. A Life in Error charts the development of his seminal... more...

  • Necessity, Proportionality and the Use of Force by Statesby Judith Gardam

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 48.00

    This 2004 book considers how proportionality and necessity operate as legal restraints on the forceful actions of States. more...

  • Crusoe's Daughterby Jane Gardam

    Little, Brown Book Group 2012; Not Available

    In 1904, when she was six, Polly Flint went to live with her two holy aunts at the yellow house by the marsh - so close to the sea that it seemed to toss like a ship, so isolated that she might have been marooned on an island. And there she stayed for eighty-one years, while the century raged around her, while lamplight and Victorian order became chaos... more...

  • A Long Way From Veronaby Jane Gardam

    Little, Brown Book Group 2012; Not Available

    I ought to tell you at the beginning that I am not quite normal having had a violent experience at the age of nine' Jessica Vye's 'violent experience' colours her schooldays and her reaction to the world around her- a confining world of Order Marks, wartime restrictions, viyella dresses, nicely-restrained essays and dusty tea shops. For Jessica... more...

  • Crusoe's Daughterby Jane Gardam

    Europa 2012; US$ 9.99

    In 1904, six-year-old Polly Flint is sent to live with her aunt?s in a house by the sea. Orphaned shortly thereafter, Polly will spend the next eighty years stranded in this quiet corner of the world as 20th century rages in the background. Throughout it all Polly returns again and again to the story of Robinson Crusoe, who, marooned like her, fends... more...