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63 Anthropology Geography Smoking Geographies Space, Place and Tobacco e Ross Barnett, Graham Moon, Jamie Pearce, Lee Thompson & Liz Twigg University of Southampton, UK • The text centres on one of the most important public health issues worldwide, and a major determinant of preventable mortality and morbidity in developed and developing countries • Records the outcomes of a long-term research collaboration that brings a geographical lens to smoking behaviour • Uncovers how geography can play a part in understanding not only why people smoke but also broader issues of tobacco control • Provides a deeper understanding of how smoking and tobacco is governed regarding where people may smoke, but also more subtle governance as a climate is produced in which smoking becomes denormalise Series: RGS-IBG Book Series Print ISBN: 978-1-4443-6192-6 | CL | €81.90 / 978-1-4443-6191-9 | PR | €33.90 | Dec 2016 | 264PP    e Linguistics Revitalising Language in Provence A Critical Approach James Costa • Presents a wealth of new research data relating to revitalising language movements • Offers an innovative new way of problematizing language revitalisation • Questions the very concept of language revitalisation and challenges the fields main tenets • Proposes ways regarding how to approach language revitalisation movements with respect to what they stand for, how they use language as a terrain to articulate various social claims, and who the people spearheading these movements are Series: Publications of the Philological Society Print ISBN: 978-1-119-24353-3 | PR | €30.90 | Oct 2016 | 264PP Revitalising Language in Provence 50 Great Myths of Human Evolution Understanding Misconceptions About Our Origins John H. Relethford State University of New York College at Oneonta, USA 50 Great Myths of Human Evolution dispels common misconceptions to explore basic theory and research in human evolution, strengthen critical thinking skills for the casual reader and students alike. • Examines intriguing—yet widely misunderstood—topics, from evolution and human origin to the evolution of modern humans and recent trends in the field • Includes myths such as “Humans lived at the same time as dinosaurs”; “Our ancestors have always made fire”; and “There is a strong relationship between brain size and intelligence” • Considers what fossils, archeology, and genetics can tell us about human origins • Demonstrates the ways in which science adapts and changes over time to incorporate new evidence and better explanations • Presented as short, lively entries, but also with footnotes and references, this is the ideal partner for students and the inquisitive reader alike Print ISBN: 978-0-470-67391-1 | CL | €81.90 / 978-0-470-67392-8 | PR | €27.90 | Jan 2017 | 304PP About the Author John H. Relethford is Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York College at Oneonta, USA, where he has taught since 1981. He is a biological anthropologist specializing in human population genetics, human variation, and the evolution of modern humans.


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