New Reference Books

Here are some of Langsdale’s latest acquisitions:

Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research, 3rd ed.
H62 .H2455 2005
“Built upon the foundations of the landmark first and second editions, this volume moves qualitative research boldly into the 21st century; it represents the state of art for the theory and practice of qualitative inquiry.”

2006 Auditing Standards
HF5667 .A13 2005
“This up-to-date, user-friendly auditing manual delivers a comprehensive compendium of the latest authoritative auditing standards with special emphasis on practical applications.”

Directory of Unpublished Experimental Measures
BF431 .D57 1996
“This reference book provides researchers with ready access to experimental measurement scales and descriptions of basic test properties.”

The Federal Reserve System: An Encyclopedia
HG2563 .H235 2005
“Over 250 entries define and describe topics related to the ‘Fed’ and United State monetary policy. Numerous appendices supplement the A-to-Z entries, providing insight into the secretive and powerful Federal Reserve Bank, the keepers of America’s monetary system.”

Oxford Handbook of Work & Organization
HD4901 .O933 2005
“This volume aims to bring together, present, and discuss what is currently known about work and organizations and their connection to broader economic change in Europe and America.”

America Discovered: A Historical Atlas of North American Exploration
G1106 .S12 H3 2004
“Using more than 280 original maps and dozens of historic illustrations, this remarkable atlas shows how geographical myths were slowly shattered.”

Great Playwrights
PN1623 .G67 2005
“This volume presents great playwrights from around the world and across the centuries who have mastered the art of artificial reality, creating moving and memorable imitations of life for the stage.”

Critical Companion to John Steinbeck
PS3537 .T3234 Z86623 2005
“This essential reference to Steinbeck’s life and work contains among other elements, detailed synopses of, and critical commentary on, Steinbeck’s works including his novels, short stories, dramatic works and nonfiction.”

Posted by Michael to langsdale at 5/22/2006 04:43:00 PM

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