Authors:David Jones, J. M. Round, Dorothy A. Jones,
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Keywords: muscle, physiology, textbook, health, skeletal, disease
Number of Pages: 224
List price: $29.95
An understanding of muscle structure and function, and its control in health and failure in disease is a basis for a full understanding of human physiology. This book combines basic but up-to-date information about the structure, biochemistry and physiology of muscle with discussions on the use of muscle in everyday life, in sport and in disease. The illustrated text considers aspects of skeletal muscle structure and physiology including force generation, development of muscle in the embryo, contractile properties, muscle fatigue, damage, pain and disease of muscles, thus aiming to provide an
Authors:David Jessop, David Jones, Peter Baily, David Farmer,
Publisher: Trans-Atlantic Publications, Inc.
Keywords: management, principles, purchasing
Number of Pages: 448
List price: $89.50
Providing a proactive managerial view of the purchasing function, this text meets the needs of the modern manager as a practical guide and satisfies the requirements of students of purchasing management, whether functional, specialist or general. Suitable for undergraduate Business or Engineering students taking a module in Purchasing and Supplies Management, MBA and CIPS students.
Authors:Fredric H. Jones, Patrick Jones, Jo Lynn, Fred Jones,
Publisher: Fredric H. Jones & Associates
Keywords: instruction, motivation, discipline, teaching, jones, tools, fred
Number of Pages: 339
List price: $29.95
In Tools for Teaching, Dr. Jones describes the skills by which exceptional teachers make the classroom a place of success and enjoyment for both themselves and their students. Tools for Teaching integrates the management of discipline, instruction and motivation into a system that allows you to reduce the stress of teaching by preventing most management headaches. Dr. Jones helps you reduce student disruptions, backtalk, helpless handraising and dawdling while helping you increase responsible behavior, motivation and independent learning. These skills are made accessable by practical, down-to-
Authors:William Jones, Thomas Jones, Maggie Jones, Richard M.
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Keywords: william, thomas, maggie, jones, letters, war, til, death, civil, brothers
Number of Pages: 173
List price: $35.00
Brothers ’til Death is a collection of over 100 letters written mostly between two Irish brothers and their sister from New Jersey. Serving in the 48th New York Volunteer regiment, Thomas and William Jones wrote their sister Maggie, a school teacher in West Farms, New Jersey. But Maggie also received letters from friends of the family who also served in the 48th New York. Brought together in this unique collection the activity of the 48th New York comes to life. The letters are filled with emotions, patriotic ebullience from 1861 through the dismal conclusions of 1865. The 48th New
Authors:David T Jones, David Kilgour,
Keywords: state, industry, culture, dynamics, usa, neighbors, canada, uneasy
Number of Pages: 320
List price: $33.95
ONE OF THE TRUISMS OF DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY IS THAT "to govern is to choose." Regardless of how rich our nations have become, we can’t have everything-either as individuals or as societies. But we still do not know what we cannot have. Desires are infinite; resources are finite. Is it impossible, for example, to have the best, most technologically advanced health care rapidly available to all citizens without bankrupting the average taxpayer? Is it possible to have both a premier national defense and a world-class health system for the entire population? Will a multicultural society
Author: David E. Jones
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Keywords: shields, fortifications, armor, american, north, native
Number of Pages: 206
List price: $25.00
From the Chickasaw fighting the Choctaw in the Southeast to the Sioux battling the Cheyenne on the Great Plains, warfare was endemic among the North American Indians when Europeans first arrived on this continent. An impressive array of offensive weaponry and battle tactics gave rise to an equally impressive range of defensive technology. Native Americans constructed very effective armor and shields using wood, bone, and leather. Their fortifications ranged from simple refuges to walled and moated stockades to multiple stockades linked in strategic defensive networks. In this book, David E.
Author: Dr. David Jones
Publisher: The University of Alberta Press
Keywords: alberta, past, spirit, human, misfortune, journeys, feasting
Number of Pages: 316
List price: unknow
The fledgling province of Alberta was neck-deep in trouble. The settlement of the Peace River country reached dangerously too far, the southeastern dry belt disintegrated in drought, colliers agonized over life and limb, and men of the cloth were stretched to the breaking point. The themes of adversity and victories of the spirit draw together the stories of ordinary people in early Alberta.