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Marlborough, England - Adam Matthew today announced the publication of ‘American Consumer Culture, 1935-1965’, the digitized papers of Austrian-American psychologist and pioneer marketing expert, Ernest Dichter (1907-1991).
Since its start in the 1960s, Deaf Studies has been impacted by the political activism of Deaf communities, significant advancements in technologies and medicine, and broadened knowledge in interdisciplinary disciplines such as Deaf culture, signed languages and deaf bilingual education. Now a developed field of study at many colleges and universities, Deaf Studies is taking its place among other critical disciplines in the social sciences.
Though healthcare is not without risks or error, hospital employees can support a culture of patient safety by identifying, reporting, and learning from medical mistakes that have or could have harmed patients. In a new study, a training program focusing on team communication, leadership, and decision-making practices, known as Crew Resource Management (CRM), was found to improve perceptions of the safety culture by 8% over the course of two years. This study, the largest of its kind, is out today in the American Journal of Medical Quality from SAGE Publishing.
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Marlborough, UK. Explore the shaping of the United States throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with Trade Catalogues and the American Home. A new digitised collection of highly visual trade catalogues, cards and marketing ephemera illustrating the rise of the American dream and evolution of commercial tastes and consumer trends between 1850-1950.
(Marlborough, UK) Adam Matthew are pleased to announce a new essay competition in partnership with the leading association on American Studies in Scotland, the Scottish Association for the Study of America (SASA). The essay competition is aimed at postgraduate students, early career researchers and independent researchers in the field of American Studies.
Adam Matthew Digital today announces the publication of its latest digital collection: Ethnomusicology: Global Field Recordings. Music has always been a central and vital part of communities and cultures around the world, the study of which can tell us a great deal about the history, development and values of each society.
Los Angeles, Each of us shares the planet with those from many different cultures – people with different thoughts, reactions, beliefs, values, and mores. Someone who is considered culturally competent possesses the ability to work well with people from different cultural groups. Because that ability is more important than ever before in our modern "global village," the information presented in the new The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence is important for both individuals and agencies.
Marlborough, UK. Victorian Popular Culture, an online teaching and research resource, has been chosen as a Choice ‘Best of the Best’ Outstanding Academic Title for 2016.