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1 ABEL, Richard, ed. LEWIS, Philip S.C., ed. Lawyers in Society, Volume One : The Common Law World. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1988, ISBN:0520056035 
ABEL, Richard, and Philip S.C. Lewis, eds. Lawyers in Society, Volume One :The Common Law World. Edted by Richard L. Abel and Philip S.C. Lewis. Berk eley / Los Angeles / London : University of California Press, (1988). FirstPrinting. Pp. (4),v-xii,1-399,(3). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to s pine. Includes edited papers from a conference held in Bellagio, Italy, July 16-21, 1984. "The legal profession is one of the most discussed and leastunderstood occupational categories in contemporary society. Are there too many lawyers wasting human resources and hampering political and economic activity, or are there too few to provide adequate representation for all? Does a career in law permit social mobility or has the profession remained apreserve of privilege? The essays in this volume offer readers inside and outside the legal system a solid sociological foundation for addressing these questions and many others." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Introduction by Philip S.C. Lewis; 2. England and Wales: A Comparison of the Professional Projects of Barristers and Solicitors (by Richard L. Abel); 3. The Legal Profession in Scotland: An Endangered Species or a Problem Case for Market Theory? (by Alan A. Paterson); 4. Canadian Lawyers: A Peculiar Professionalism (by Harry W. Arthurs, Richard Weisman, and Frederick H. Zemans); 5. United States: The Contradictions of Professionalism (by Richard L. Abel); 6. The Australian Legal Profession: From Provincial Family Firms to Multinationals (by David Weisbrot); 7. New Zealand Lawyers: From Colonial GPs tothe Servants of Capital (by Georgina Murray); 8. Past and Present: A Socio logical Portrait of the Indian Legal Profession (by J.S. Gandhi). Very goodin dustjacket. 60.00

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2 ADAMS, Richard and Ronald LOCKLEY LOCKLEY, Ronald HIRST-SMITH, Peter Voyage Through the Antarctic. First American Edition in dustjacket
Knopf, New York, 1983, ISBN:0394528581 
ADAMS, Richard and Ronald LOCKLEY. Voyage Through the Antarctic. Photographs by Peter Hirst-Smith. N.Y.: Alfred A. Knopf, 1983. First US Edition. Pp 160. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth spine. "Adams set out with Ronald Lockley and photographer Peter Hirst-0Smith aboard a ship that would take them -- and seventy-five other passengers [aboard the Lindblad Explorer] -- down from Tierra del Fuego and eventually back up to the southern tip of New Zealand: a trip of some 6,500 miles along the coasts and through the seas of Antarctica. [...] They visited Captain Scott's huts -- one built in 1902, the other in 1911, shortly before Scott's death -- and werew welcomed at American and New Zealand science stations. And they spent virtually an entire month at sea, observing a truly astounding array of wildlife: finback and killer whales, sealions, seals, and dolphins; albatrosses, sheathbills, skuas, petrels, cormorants, and (of course) multitudes of penguins." - from the dj.Vg in unclipped dj. 30.00

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3 ADAS, Michael Studies in Comparative World History series Prophets of Rebellion : Millenarian Protest Movements against the European Colonial Order. in dustjacket
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1979, ISBN:0807813532 
ADAS, Michael. Prophets of Rebellion : Millenarian Protest Movements against the European Colonial Order. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, (1979). Pp (6),[vii]-xxvii,(3),3-243,(1). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. A volume in the Studies in Comparative World History series. "This study provides new approaches to the writing of comparative history and to the analysis of social protest movements, by combining five case studies with other evidence on millennial movements, Michael Adas constructs a framework for the study of the relationship between millenarian expectations, prophetic leaders, and violent social protest. The participants in these rebellions sought to change unacceptablesociocultural systems by extralegal means rather than by constitutional me thods, by force rather than by reform, withdrawal, or passive resistance. Each of the groups mounted a rebellion aimed at the overthrow not only of the political regime but also of the existing sociocultural order. The authorviews these rebellions from the perspectives of both the colonizer incumbe nts and the participants themselves. He analyzes the causes which give riseto these movements of protest gainstst the changes and dislocations engend ered by European conquest and colonization of diverse societies in Africa, Asia, and POceania. He moves from an examination of causation to a consideration of the factors that influenced the mode of protest that was adopted and he discusses the techniques of organization, ritual, and magic that wereused to offset European technological superiority. He pays special attenti on to the careers of the prophets who played central roles in these movements and to the importance of their millenarian visions as catalysts of protests. The work concludes with a discussion of the patterns displayed by the actual revolts, the campaigns of repression launched by the Europeans, and the historical legacy of these movements. The five rebellions that Michael Adas examines in this study are: the revolt led by Prince Dipanagara in theNetnerlands East Indies (1825-1830), the Pai Maire or Hau Hau movement of the Maoris of New Zealand (1864-c. 1867), the Birsa disturbance among the Mundas of Chota Nagpur in east-central India (1890-1900), the Maji Maji rebellions in German East Africa (1905-1906), and the Saya San uprisings in Burma (1930-1932)." (from the dj). Contents : Foreword by Philip D. Curtin; Introduction; 1. Contexts for five rebellions; 2. Causes for revolt: colonialtransformations and relative deprivation; 3. An absence of alternatives; 4 . Prophets and millenarian visions; 5. Toward violence: abortive repressionand the rise of secondary leaders; 6. Mobilisation: symbol and ritual, tal isman and sympathetic magic; 7. Rebellion, suppression and impact; 8. Prophetic rebellion as a type of social protest. Very good in rubbed and torn dustjacket. 45.00

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4 ALLEN, Madelene Ferguson Wake of the Invercauld. in dj.
McGill-Queens UP, 1997, ISBN:0-7735-1688-3 
ALLEN, Madelene Ferguson. Wake of the Invercauld: Shipwrecked in the Sub-Antarctic: a great-grandaughter's pilgrimage. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens UP, (1997). Pp 256. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth.
"Robert Holding, a young English adventurer, was only 23 when in 1864 he was shipwrecked with 19 others on the windswept, inhospitable Auckland Islands in the sub-Antarctic Ocean south of New Zealand. By the time he was rescued a year later, only two of his shipmates were taken off the island with him, the rest having perished from starvation and exposure. This is the extraordinary story of how the three survived, and why their companions did not." -from the dj.
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5 Allied Countries - WW2). Canada and the United Nations. A Tribute to the United Nations by Guita Percha & Rubber, Limited
Guita Percha & Rubber, Limited, 1943, 
(Allied Countries - WW2). Canada and the United Nations. A Tribute to the United Nations by Guita Percha & Rubber, Limited. N.pl.: (Guita Percha & Rubber, Limited , 1943). Pp 1-20. Illustrated. 8vo, blue stapled card covers. “Guita Percha & Rubber, Limited, an all-Canadian Company, is happy to pres ent this booklet to our customers and friends as a tribute to the United Nations.” - from page one. This booklet has information on the allied countries participating in World War Two, including a brief summary of each country along with a picture of its flag and leader(s). The countries covered are Great Britain, Canada, South Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, United States, U.S.S.R., China, Netherlands, Norway, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Greece, Yugoslavia, France, Belgium, Mexico, Brazil, Iraq, Luxembourg, Denmark, Ethiopia, Philippines, Panama, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Bolivia, and Iran. Spine and edges worn, tears along half of spine, penned names, else good. 15.00

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Inter-Plays : Works and Words of Writers and Critics : A Festschrift Published in honour of Albert-Reiner Glaap.  First Edition, Signed., ALTHOF, Rolf, Rurik von ANTROPOFF, and Klaus Peter MULLER (eds.).
6 ALTHOF, Rolf, Rurik von ANTROPOFF, and Klaus Peter MULLER (eds.). Inter-Plays : Works and Words of Writers and Critics : A Festschrift Published in honour of Albert-Reiner Glaap. First Edition, Signed.
Breakwater, St. John's, NL, 1994, ISBN:1550810782 1994 1550810782 / 9781550810783 
ALTHOF, Rolf, Rurik von ANTROPOFF, and Klaus Peter MULLER (eds.). Inter-Plays: Works and Words of Writers and Critics : A Festschrift Published in honour of Albert-Reiner Glaap. (St. John's, NF) : Breakwater, (1994). First Edition. Pp (8),9-355,(5). 8vo, blue-green cardcovers, French flaps, gilt lettering to spine.

"Inter-Plays is a collection of literary and critical texts. The literary texts were written by well-known contemporary authors such as Henry Beissel, Alan Ayckbourn, and Roger Hall respectively from Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand. In order to widen the reader's understanding each literary contribution is followed by a critical commentary of a university scholar with the intention of providing a first interpretation and thus putting the text in perspective with regard to its meaning, its position among the other works of its author and discussing its context." - front the front flap.

"Albert Reiner Glaap was born in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia on September 1, 1929. Having attended the local grammar school, he went to the university of Cologne in 1950, where he took his degree in English, Latin, and Philosophy. From 1952 to 1953 he was a student at King's College, London, and in 1955 he was awarded a doctorate for his dissertation, entitled "Bishop Hall's Virgidemiarum, seen as written in imitation of Juvenal: A contribution to the beginnings of English satire".

A.- R. Glaap began his career as a teacher of English and Latin at the Luisengymnasium in Dusseldorf, where he taught from 1956 until 1971. During this period he took a year off to teach at the William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia (1961/1962), and also became tutor in charge of trainee teachers of English in the Dusseldorf area from 1963 to 1971. In 1971 he became director of the pedagogical Institute (an institute for in service teacher training) in Dusseldorff before being offered a professorship at the teacher training college of North Rhine Westphalia in Neuss in 1973. Since 1980 he has held the post of Professor of English at the heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf. .

His main fields of interest and study have been Canadian Literature, especially Canadian drama, contemporary English Literature, New Zealand Literature, methodology of English language teaching and problems of literary translation. He has published numerous articles and books in all these fields, and in 1992 was made an officer of the British Empire for his outstanding merits." from rear cover.

Very good. Signed with inscription by Rolf Althof. 20.00

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7 Amateur Yacht Research Society). MORWOOD, John. RANGI, Te Kupe. A.Y.R.S. Publication No. 51). Foil and Float
Amateur Yacht Research Society, Hythe, Kent, 1965, 
(Amateur Yacht Research Society). Foil and Float. Hythe, Kent: Amateur Yacht Research Society, 1965. First Printing. Pp. [1]-87,(1), including covers.Illustrated. 8vo, self-wraps, illustration of Martin Ryle's hydrofoil craf t to front cover. A.Y.R.S. Publication Number 51. Includes: Te Kupe Rangi's"Multihulls and Monohulls of the South Seas" (pp.63-83); J.R. Anderson's " The Development of the Shark V Trimaran"; Edmond Bruce's "Opinions about Hydrofoils"; John Morwood's "Hydrofoils", as well as information on the Raka,Tabuariki, and Manureva. Light wear, else vg. Due to its small size, shipp ing charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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8 ANDERSON, Kym, Cheryl McRAE, and David WILSON (eds.) McRAE, Cheryl WILSON, David Economics of Quarantine and the SPS Agreement. First Edition
Centre for International Economic Studies / AFFA Biosecurity Australia , Adelaide / Canberra, 2001, ISBN:0863964699 
ANDERSON, Kym, Cheryl McRAE, and David WILSON (eds.). Economics of Quarantine and the SPS Agreement. (Adelaide) : Centre for International Economic Studies / (Canberra) : AFFA Biosecurity Australia , (2001). First Edition. Pp(4),[v]-xv,(1),[1]-414,(2). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in black and whte. Contents : 1. Introduction (by Kym Anderson, Cheryl McRae and David Wilson). Part I - The multilateral rules under WTO. 2. The integration of economics into SPS risk management policies: issues and challenges(by Donna Roberts). 3. The analytical foundation of quarantine risk analys is (by Mike J. Nunn). 4. The WTO dispute settlement framework and operation(by Grctchen Heimpel Stanton). 5. Implications of recent SI'S dispute sett lement cases (by Gavin Goh and Andreas Ziegler). Part II - The 'appropriatelevel of protection'. 6. Appropriate level of protection: a European persp ective (by Spencer Henson). 7. Appropriate level of protection: an Australian perspective (by Digby Gascoine). 8. Appropriate level of protection: a New Zealand perspective (by Hugh R. Bigsby). 9. Beyond iso-risk to include benefits under the SPS Agreement (by Gil Rodriguez, Nko Klijn, Anna Heaneyand Stephen Beare). 10. Integrating import risk and trade benefit analysis (by Richard H. Snape and David Orden). Part III - Adding more economics to risk analysis. 11. Least trade-restrictive SI'S policies: an analytic framework is there but questions remain (by David Orden, Clare Narrod and Joseph W. Glauber). 12. Quarantine decision making in Australia (by Monika Binder).13. Quarantine reform: Australia's recent experience (by Carolyn Tanner). 14. Evaluating economic consequences of livestock diseases: a US perspective (by Kenneth W. Forsythe). Part IV - Specific health and environmental risks from trade. 15. Measuring the effect of food safety standards on Africanports to Europe (by Tsunehiro Otsuki, John S. Wilson and Mirvat Sewadeh). 16. GMOs, the SPS Agreement and the WTO (by Kym Anderson and Chantal Pohl Nielsen). 17. Food safety policy in the WTO era (by Sallie James). 18. Environmental risk evaluation in quarantine decision making (by John D. Mumford). Part V - Conclusion. 19. Summing Up (by David Robertson). Appendix : The legal text of the SPS Agreement. Very good. 80.00

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9 ANDREWS, Phillip and Leonard ENGEL (eds.) ENGEL, Leonard Navy Yearbook. 1st US in dj
Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1944, 
ANDREWS, Phillip and Leonard ENGEL (eds.). Navy Yearbook. N.Y.: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1944). First Edition. Pp (8),1-376. Illustrated. Double column. Large oblong 8vo, blue cloth. "Printed in sheet fed gravure on fine antique paper, Navy Yearbook portrays in word and photographs a vivid, memorable picture of the navies of the world." - from the dj. Contents : Naval Chronology - World War II; Battle of the Atlantic; U.S. Navy to World War II; U.S. Naval Construction; U.S. Coast Guard; U.S. Naval Aviation; Great Britain; U.S.S.R.; France; Italy; Germany; Japan; Data Section - United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, Other British, U.S.S.R., France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Smaller Allied Navies, Smaller Axis Navies, Pro-Allied Non-Belligerents, Other Countries; War Loss Section. Vg in vg but torn dj. 85.00

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10 ANDREWS, Phillip and Leonard ENGEL (eds.) ENGEL, Leonard Navy Yearbook. 1st US in lesser dj
Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1944, 
ANDREWS, Phillip and Leonard ENGEL (eds.). Navy Yearbook. N.Y.: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1944). First Edition. Pp (8),1-376. Illustrated. Double column. Large oblong 8vo, blue cloth. "Printed in sheet fed gravure on fine antique paper, Navy Yearbook portrays in word and photographs a vivid, memorable picture of the navies of the world." - from the dj. Contents : Naval Chronology - World War II; Battle of the Atlantic; U.S. Navy to World War II; U.S. Naval Construction; U.S. Coast Guard; U.S. Naval Aviation; Great Britain; U.S.S.R.; France; Italy; Germany; Japan; Data Section - United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, Other British, U.S.S.R., France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Smaller Allied Navies, Smaller Axis Navies, Pro-Allied Non-Belligerents, Other Countries; War Loss Section. Vg in spine and hinge-chipped, creased, tape-repaired dj. 75.00

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11 ARNOLD, Craig, comp & ed Euterpe. in dj. signed
Maritime Museum Association of San Diego, San Diego, CA, 1988, ISBN:0944580068 
ARNOLD, Craig, comp & ed. "Euterpe" : Diaries, Letters & Logs of the "Star of India" as a British Emigrant Ship. San Diego: The Maritime Museum Association of San Diego, 1988. Pp 233. 8vo, ill. card covers. Journals and logs from Euterpe's passages from England to New Zealand in the 1870s, edited bythe librarian of the Museum that preserved the historic vessel. Owner's si gnature, else vg. Signed by Arnold. 20.00

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12 ARNOLD, David, (ed.) Studies in Imperialism series Imperial Medicine and Indigenous Societies. in dustjacket
Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York, 1988, ISBN:0719024951 
ARNOLD, David (ed.). Imperial Medicine and Indigenous Societies. Manchesterand New York : Manchester University Press, (1988). Pp (4),v-viii,1-231,(1 ). Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. In the Studies in Imperialism series. Contents : 1. Introduction : disease, medicine and empire (byDavid Arnold). 2. The European insane in British India, 1800-1858 : A case study in psychiatry and colonial rule (by Waltraud Ernst). 3. Smallpox and colonial medicine in nineteenth-century India (by David Arnold). 4. Medici ne and racial politics : Changing Images of the New Zealand Maori in the Nineteenth Century (by Malcolm Nicolson). 5. Sleeping Sickness Epidemics and Public Health in the Belgian Congo (by Maryinez Lyons). 6. Cholera and the Origins of the American Sanitary Order in the Philippines (by Reynaldo C. Ileto). 7. Plague and the Tensions of Empire : India, 1896-1918 (by I.J. Catanach). 8. The Influenza Pandemic in Southern Rhodesia : A crisis of comprehension (by Terence Ranger)/ 9. Bilharzia : A problem of 'native health' : 1900-1950 (by John Farley). 10. The Discovery of Colonial Malnutrition between the wars (by Michael Worboys). Personal inkstamp, else very good in dustjacket. 275.00

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13 ASHTON-WARNER, Sylvia Teacher in America. First British Edition in dustjacket
London, 1974, 
ASHTON-WARNER, Sylvia. "Teacher" in America. London : (1974). Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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14 ASHTON-WARNER, Sylvia Three : A Novel . First American Edition in dustjacket
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1970, 
ASHTON-WARNER, Sylvia. Three : A Novel. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. First American Edition. Pp (12),[3]-[242],(4). 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine, top edge dyed yellow. "In her deeply felt new novel, the author of Spinster and Teacher brings all her fresh, unorthodox perception to the universal - and universally disturbing - relationship of mother, son, and son's wife. This is the first of Miss Ashton-Warner's novels to be set outside her native New Zealand. The scene is London - in a large comfortably shabby flat cut in two by a hallway that serves only too well as a Generation Gap. At one end of it, the mother - wanting to be alone in her grief (and freedom) of her recent widowhood; wanting not to be alone; wanting to seeher son's marriage succeed and be strong; wanting to be necessary to its s uccess. At the other end, Julian and Angelique - Julian still dangerously ill from a near-fatal illness; wildly in love with a wife whose way of living maddens him; resisting his mother's psychic demands while recognizing (and requiring) her strength and generosity. And Angelique raised in idleness and luxury; strong in her determination to hold her husband; charming everyone around her; eluding demands she cannot fulfull... It is Miss Ashton-Warner's triumph that each of these three strong temperaments (none of them, as the mother puts it, "good audience material") is realized with understanding and compassion, even as - with all their decency and goodwill - they inevitably clash. Her novel comes powerfully to grips with the essential strength and danger of family love: the desire to protect loved ones from themselves, the compulsion to live their lives for them." (from the dj). Name, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 30.00

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15 Auckland Institute and Museum) Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1929-30
Wilson & Horton, Ltd., 1930, 
(Auckland Institute and Museum). Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1929-30. Presented at the Annual General Meeting held on 28th May, 1930. Auckland: Wilson & Horton, Ltd., 1930. Pp. 56. Frontis. 8vo, green card covers, black titles to front. Includes reports made by the Council, financial statements and a list of benefactors. Front cover lightly soiled, inkstamp and red notation to front, else vg. 15.00

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16 Auckland Institute and Museum) Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1931-32
Wilson & Horton, Ltd., 1932, 
(Auckland Institute and Museum). Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1931-32. Adopted at the Annual General Meeting held on 25th May, 1932. Auckland: [Auckland Institute and Museum] , 1941. Pp. 51. Frontis. 8vo, grey card covers, black titles to front. "With the Compliments of the Director and Secretary, Auckland Institute and Museum, Auckland, New Zealand" slip laid in. Includes reports made by the Council, financial statements and a list of benefactors. Covers lightly soiled, faint central crease, inkstamp to front, else vg. 10.00

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17 Auckland Institute and Museum) Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1940-41
Wilson & Horton, Ltd., 1941, 
(Auckland Institute and Museum). Annual Report of the Auckland Institute and Museum For 1940-41. Adopted at the Annual General Meeting held on 4th June, 1941. Auckland: [Auckland Institute and Museum], 1941. Pp. 43. 8vo, light blue card covers, black titles to front. "With the Compliments of the Director and Secretary, Auckland Institute and Museum, Auckland, New Zealand" slip laid in. Includes reports made by the Council, financial statements and a list of benefactors. Covers slightly soiled, inkstamp to front, else vg. 10.00

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18 BARNARD, Roger and James McLELLAN, (eds.) New Perspectives on Language and Education; 36 Codeswitching in University English-medium Classes : Asian Perspectives
Multilingual Matters , 2014, ISBN:1783090898 
BARNARD, Roger and James McLELLAN, (eds.). Codeswitching in University English-medium Classes : Asian Perspectives. Bristol : Multilingual Matters, (2014). Pp (4),v-xv,(1),1- 224. 8vo, red cardcovers. No.36 in the New Perspectives on Language and Education series. "In the complex, multilingual societies of the 21st century, codeswitching is an everyday occurrence, and yet the use of students' first language in the English language classroom has been consistently discouraged by teachers and educational policy-makers. This volume begins by examining current theoretical work on codeswitching and then proceeds to examine the convergence and divergence between university language teachers' beliefs about codeswitching and their classroom practice. Each chapter investigates the extent of, and motivations for, codeswitching in one or two particular contexts, and the interactive and pedagogical functions for which alternative languages are used. Many teachers, and policy-makers, in schools as well as universities, may rethink existing 'Englishonly' policies in the light of the findings reported in this book."- from rear cover. Contents : Introduction (by Roger Barnard and James McLellan). Overview: Where Should we be Going with Classroom Codeswitching Research? (by Ernesto Macaro). 1. Codeswitching in a University in Taiwan (by Ching-YiTien and David C.S. Li). 2. Codeswitching in Two Chinese U iversities (by Lili Tian and Claudia Kunschak). 3. Codeswitching in Two Japanese Contexts (by Simon Humphries and Richmond Stroupe). 4. Codeswitching in Universitiesin Thailand and Bhutan (by Chamaipak Tayjasanant and Matthew G. Robinson). 5. Codeswitching in Universities in Vietnam and Indonesia (by Le Van Canh and Fuad Abdul Hamied). 6.Codeswitching in Universities in Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia (by Noor Azam Haji-Othman, Hajah Zurinah Haji Ya'akub, Liyana Ghani, Hajah Suciyati Haji Sulaiman, Saidai Haji Hitam Ain Nadzimah Abdullah and Chan Swee Heng). 7. Codeswitching in Universities in Singapore and the Philippines (by Kenneth Ong Keng Wee, Lawrence Jun Zhang and Isabel Pefianco Martin). 8. Codeswitching by Korean Students in New Zealand and Lecturers in Korea (by Moyra Sweetnam Evans, Ha Rim Lee and Hyun-Ju Kim). Afterword (by Andy Kirkpatrick). Fine. 22.00

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19 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). McFADDEN, Dean LEWIS, Jeff SCOPPIO, Grazia Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol, 10, No. 4, Autumn / Automne 2010
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2010, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 10, No. 4, Autumn/Automne 2010. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2010). Pp 1-88;1-88. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Contents : The 21st Century Battlespace: The Danger of Technological Ethnocentrism (by Roy van den Berg, pp 10-18); Being Effectivein Snake Fighting ~ Lessons for the Canadian Forces in the Effects Based O perations Era (by Peter J. Williams, pp 19-25); Academics 101: An Introduction for the Military Community (by Adam Chapnick and Barbara Falk, pp 26-35); Indigenous Peoples in the New Zealand Defence Force and the Canadian Forces (by Grazia Scoppio, pp 36-45); Unexploded Ordnance and the Environment ~ A Legacy of Past Practices (by Jeff Lewis, pp 46-52); The Navy and Canada’s National Interests in this Maritime Century (by Dean McFadden, pp 53-58); plus views and opinions and commentary. Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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20 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). McFADDEN, Dean SCOPPIO, Grazia LEWIS, Jeff Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 10, No. 4, Autumn / Automne 2010
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2010, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 10, No. 4, Autumn / Automne 2010. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2010). Pp 1-88;1-88. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Contents : “The 21st Century Battlespace: The Danger of Technological Ethnocentrism” by Roy van den Berg (pp 10-18); “Being Effective in Snake Fighting ~ Lessons for the Canadian Forces in the Effects Based Operations Era” by Peter J. Williams (pp 19-25); “Academics 101: An Introduction for the Military Community” by Adam Chapnick and Barbara Falk (pp 26-35); “Indigenous Peoples in the New Zealand Defence Force and the Canadian Forces” by Grazia Scoppio (pp 36-45); “Unexploded Ordnance and the Environment ~ A Legacy of Past Practices” by Jeff Lewis (pp 46-52); “The Navy and Canada's National Interests in This Maritime Century” by Dean McFadden (pp 53-58); and more. Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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