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1 西部地区生态移民可持续生计问题研究

【作 者】冯伟林著

【出版发行】 成都:西南交通大学出版社 , 2017.09

【ISBN号】978-7-5643-5648-4

【内容提要】作者在进行了大量的实地走访和人户调研之后,对西部地区生态移民的生计问题进行系统的以定量为主的实证研究,以期进一步揭示生态移民可持续生计的规律。其结论和研究方法可以为各级政府制定和实施有针对性的救助和扶持等相关政策提供相应的依据,从而促进生态移民可持续生计发展,具有一定的参考价值和指导意义。

2 计算化学在典型大气污染物控制中的应用

【作 者】汤立红,李凯,宁平著

【出版发行】 北京:冶金工业出版社 , 2016.01

【ISBN号】978-7-5024-7128-6

【内容提要】全书共分七章, 主要内容包括计算化学简介及其发展、理论基础和计算方法、大气污染控制研究中常用的计算化学软件、计算化学在气态含硫化合物控制研究中的应用、计算化学在气态含氮化合物控制研究中的应用等。

3 英文医学论文撰写与发表一本通

【作 者】夏华向,张媛媛主编

【出版发行】 武汉:华中科技大学出版社 , 2017.06

【ISBN号】978-7-5680-2567-6

【内容提要】 本书涉及英文医学论文写作与发表的方方面面,包括如何在医疗和实验中利用、寻找和挖掘论文的素材来源,如何正确采用统计学和图表制作软件来处理和呈现研究结果,如何通过实战精通文献检索,以阅读和获取所需信息,如何掌握各种类型医学论文的写作要点,如何得心应手地应对论文投稿后的各种结局等

4 藏传佛教在西域和中原的传播

【作 者】沈卫荣

【出版发行】 北京:北京师范大学出版社 , 2017.01

【ISBN号】978-7-303-21975-9

【内容提要】 藏传佛教自西夏时起就已经开始向两域和中原传播,并在元明两代成为中国佛教传统中一个十分醒目和有影响力的传统。以往由于缺乏文献资料,对这段历史的研究几乎是空白。近十年来,作者在敦煌藏、汉文文献,黑水城出土汉文、西夏文佛教文献,吐鲁番出土回鹘文文献和散见于世界各地的元明善本文献中发现了大量的汉译藏传密教文献,其中以传自元明清三代宫廷的藏传密教仪轨集成《大乘要道密集》具价值。《藏传佛教在西域和中原的传播:<大乘要道密集>研究初编/中华学人丛书》利用这些新发现的汉译密教文本,发掘其藏文原本,通过对这些文本进行细腻的分析,重构了11至15世纪藏传密教在两域和中原的传播史。

5 图书馆管理与阅读服务

【作 者】王宁,吕新红,哈森著

【出版发行】 北京:光明日报出版社 , 2017.01

【ISBN号】978-7-5194-1193-0

【内容提要】本书共分为七章,主要内容包括:图书馆、中国图书馆发展的历程、我国图书馆现状评价、我国图书馆发展存在的问题与对策、图书的管理与服务等。

6 抗肿瘤药物设计与发现 原著2版

【作 者】(英)斯蒂芬·奈德尔(Stephen Neidle)主编

【出版发行】 北京:化学工业出版社 , 2017.03

【ISBN号】978-7-122-28399-3

【内容提要】本书以抗癌药物设计与发现为主线,从基本原理、方法学、临床研究中的药物、新化合物和临床抗癌药物应用现状等几个部分系统地阐述了当代癌症治疗药物发现的综合靶标、技术与模型、快速循证医学原则与临床试验设计的审批,代表性地描述了方法学中所涉及的具体实例和发现的新药,前瞻性地指出在临床上抗癌药物应用过程中无论是常规化疗药物还是目前研究较多的分子靶向药物均存在产生耐药性的问题。

7 一带一路战略下中国与俄罗斯和印度经贸合作研究

【作 者】谷永芬,温耀庆著

【出版发行】 北京:经济管理出版社 , 2016.08

【ISBN号】978-7-5096-4415-7

【内容提要】本书内容包括:中国、俄罗斯、印度在“一带一路”战略实施中的机遇与挑战;中国同俄罗斯建立自由贸易区的经济效应研究;金砖国家产业关联特征及合作前景研究;金砖国家产业内贸易水平以及影响因素研究-以中国和俄罗斯为例等。

8 微生物学基础 第9版 影印版

【作 者】特拉诺

【出版发行】 北京:高等教育出版社 , 2016.12

【ISBN号】978-7-04-046668-3

【内容提要】微生物学基础(第9版 影印版 英文版)》共17章,第1-11章主要内容为学习微生物学的目的、微生物学的化学原理、研究微生物的技术方法、微生物的特性、分类、细胞的组分、结构、营养、生态、生长、代谢、遗传、遗传工程和控制;第12-17章主要内容为人与微生物的关系、人体天然防卫机理、微生物的感染、疾病、治疗的原理、免疫学及其应用。本版各章几乎对上一版的每一个论题都进行了修订。书中包括多种形式的知识框,书后附有习题答案、名词解释和索引等。全书有超过700幅的高质量插图,许多图片精心设计并以分步方式给出,可以帮助学生想象复杂的细胞和分子过程,训练学生洞幽察微、抽象思维的能力。《微生物学基础(第9版 影印版 英文版)》专为少学时的微生物课程而编写,强调基础知识的阐述,可供综合性大学、农林院校、医学院校的本科生、研究生使用,也可供有科研工作人员参考。

9 刑法解释限度理论的反思性解读与认定模式探究

【作 者】龚振军著

【出版发行】 北京:法律出版社 , 2016.12

【ISBN号】978-7-5197-0343-1

【内容提要】本书结合中外关于刑法解释限度的观点,即犯罪定型观点、法文语义观点、国民预测可能性观点以及最适宜解释观点。主要内容包括:刑法解释限度概述、刑法解释限度观点论评等。

10 凝聚态物理学丛书 典藏版

【作 者】葛庭燧

【出版发行】 北京:科学出版社 , 2017.02

【ISBN号】978-7-03-051554-4

【内容提要】《凝聚态物理学丛书》由著名物理学家葛庭燧、冯端等主编,各分册作者皆是在凝聚态领域内的大师级学者。整套丛书的出版历时20余载,著作14部,集中介绍了20世纪下半叶国际前沿科研成果,反映了我国学者在凝聚态领域的突出成就,同时打造了一批凝聚态物理学领域的经典著作。《凝聚态物理学丛书》覆盖相关领域的各学科分支,内容经典,对相关学科的研究生、教师和科研人员都有重要的参考价值,同时也是一套典藏精品。

11 解读大数据 支持决策研讨的文本分析方法研究

【作 者】邓莎莎著

【出版发行】 中西书局 , 2017.10

【ISBN号】978-7-5475-1326-2

【内容提要】利用社会化媒体支持商业决策研讨的方式已经被越来越多的组织所采用。尽管在线研讨方式给组织带来了巨大的价值,但是,互联网环境中在线研讨文本数据分析存在各种挑战。“如何有效利用研讨文本数据支持决策研讨?”仍然是组织面临的现实问题。《解读大数据》一书提出了支持在线研讨意义构建的基于LAP的文本分析方法,并提出了相关的算法,进而,针对在线研讨中常见的网络欺骗问题,提出了加入欺骗语言特征的在线评论欺骗识别方法,最后,提出了“主题—利益相关群体—情感”的网络民意建模方法,并给出了具体应用实例。对决策探讨中的数据分析甚至更广大的信息管理领域具有重要意义。

12 云冈石窟佛造像典藏卷

 

【作 者】申尧

【出版发行】 青岛:青岛出版社 , 2017.01

【ISBN号】978-7-5552-4960-3

【内容提要】特大开本《云冈石窟佛造像典藏卷》从云冈石窟研究院六十年来采集的珍贵影像档案中,精遴细选,史诗般再现了云冈石窟最宝贵的艺术精华,同时也展现了云冈石窟研究积六十年之功,达到的历史新高度,从文字解读到拍摄技术,无不求善求美,带给读者以艺术与知识的享受。

13 中国贝叶经全集 全100卷

 

【作 者】本书编委会

【出版发行】 北京:人民出版社 , 2006.03

【ISBN号】978-7-6006-6866-3

【内容提要】贝叶经是刻写在贝多罗(梵文Pattra)树叶上的佛教经文,最早起源于印度,一般认为贝叶经是在公元7世纪前后随南传上座部佛教传入斯里兰卡,再经缅甸、泰国传入我国云南省西南边疆地区。据调查,云南西双版纳、思茅、临沧、德宏一带发现的傣文贝叶经约有数千卷,已收集到大半部分。除傣文贝叶经外,还在上述地区发现了用老挝文、缅甸文、泰国文、僧迦罗文刻写的贝叶经。

14 中国历史研究法 另一种 中国历史研究法补编

 

【作 者】梁启超著

【出版发行】 北京:中国书籍出版社 , 2017.03

【ISBN号】978-7-5068-5324-8

【内容提要】本书共分为中国历史研究法;中国历史研究法补编两部分,其主要内容包括:史之意义及其范围;过去之中国史学界;史之改造;说史料;史料之搜集与鉴别;史迹之论次;史的目的;史家的四长等。

15 数据下的美国法治人才培养研究

【作 者】李晓郛

【出版发行】 北京:知识产权出版社 , 2017.04

【ISBN号】978-7-5130-4864-4

【内容提要】本书以“法学教育”和“法学实践部门”作为美国法治人才培养的两个主要切入点。一方面,系统阐述美国法学教育的机理和机制,包括法学教育管理体系、教学课程安排以及各类教学方法;另一方面,为能更加直观地介绍美国法治人才市场,本书尝试从另一个角度探寻美国法学教育的本质和目的。本书专门分章节叙述以法律职业教育为基础的各种职业选择和路径,不仅包括律师、法官、检察官和教学科研人员等国内较为常见的职业,还包括政府法律顾问等国内正在兴起的职业。

16 The Prehistory of the Silk Road (Encounters with Asia) 

by E. E. Kuzmina (Author),‎ Victor H. Mair (Editor)

In ancient and medieval times, the Silk Road was of great importance to the transport of peoples, goods, and ideas between the East and the West. A vast network of trade routes, it connected the diverse geographies and populations of China, the Eurasian Steppe, Central Asia, India, Western Asia, and Europe. Although its main use was for importing silk from China, traders moving in the opposite direction carried to China jewelry, glassware, and other exotic goods from the Mediterranean, jade from Khotan, and horses and furs from the nomads of the Steppe. In both directions, technology and ideologies were transmitted. The Silk Road brought together the achievements of the different peoples of Eurasia to advance the Old World as a whole.

The majority of the Silk Road routes passed through the Eurasian Steppe, whose nomadic people were participants and mediators in its economic and cultural exchanges. Until now, the origins of these routes and relationships have not been examined in great detail. In The Prehistory of the Silk Road, E. E. Kuzmina, renowned Russian archaeologist, looks at the history of this crucial area before the formal establishment of Silk Road trade and diplomacy. From the late Neolithic period to the early Bronze Age, Kuzmina traces the evolution of the material culture of the Steppe and the contact between civilizations that proved critical to the development of the widespread trade that would follow, including nomadic migrations, the domestication and use of the horse and the camel, and the spread of wheeled transport.

The Prehistory of the Silk Road combines detailed research in archaeology with evidence from physical anthropology, linguistics, and other fields, incorporating both primary and secondary sources from a range of languages, including a vast accumulation of Russian-language scholarship largely untapped in the West. The book is complemented by an extensive bibliography that will be of great use to scholars.

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Series: Encounters with Asia

Hardcover: 264 pages

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (November 30, 2007)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0812240413

ISBN-13: 978-0812240412

17 A Convergence of Civilizations: The Transformation of Muslim Societies Around the WorldHardcover – June 7, 2011

by Youssef Courbage  (Author),‎ Emmanuel Todd (Author),‎ George Holoch (Translator)

We are told that Western/Christian and Muslim/Arab civilizations are heading towards inevitable conflict. The demographics of the West remain sluggish, while the population of the Muslim world explodes, widening the cultural gap and all but guaranteeing the outbreak of war. Leaving aside the media's sound and fury on this issue, measured analysis shows another reality taking shape: rapprochement between these two civilizations, benefiting from a universal movement with roots in the Enlightenment. 

The historical and geographical sweep of this book discredits the notion of a specific Islamic demography. The range of fertility among Muslim women, for example, is as varied as religious behavior among Muslims in general. Whether agnostics, fundamentalist Salafis, or al-Qaeda activists, Muslims are a diverse group that prove the variety and individuality of Islam. Youssef Courbage and Emmanuel Todd consider different degrees of literacy, patriarchy, and defensive reactions among minority Muslim populations, underscoring the spread of massive secularization throughout the Arab and Muslim world. 

In this regard, they argue, there is very little to distinguish the evolution of Islam from the history of Christianity, especially with Muslims now entering a global modernity. Sensitive to demographic variables and their reflection of personal and social truths, Courbage and Todd upend a dangerous meme: that we live in a fractured world close to crisis, struggling with an epidemic of closed cultures and minds made different by religion.

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Hardcover: 152 pages

Publisher: Columbia University Press (June 7, 2011)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0231150024

ISBN-13: 978-0231150026

18 The Battle for the High Street: Retail Gentrification, Class and Disgust Hardcover – February 3, 2017

by Phil Hubbard  (Author)

This book analyses the social and cultural status of high streets in the age of recession and austerity. High streets are shown to have long been regarded as the heart of many communities, but have declined to a state where boarded-up and vacant retail units are a familiar sight in many British cities. The book argues that the policies deemed necessary to revive the fortunes of high streets are often thinly-veiled attacks on the tastes and cultures of the working class. Policy-makers often promote boutiques, art galleries and upmarket cafés at the expense of some of the outlets frequented by less affluent populations, including betting shops, fast food takeaways, discount stores and bargain booze outlets.

Highlighting the social and cultural roles that so-called 'dying' high streets continue to play in the lives of working class and disadvantaged populations, this book provides a powerful argument against retail gentrification, and a timely analysis of class conflict in austerity Britain. It will be of great interest to scholars of geography, social policy and cultural studies.

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Hardcover: 260 pages

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed. 2017 edition (February 3, 2017)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 113752152X

ISBN-13: 978-1137521521

19 China's Borderlands: The Faultline of Central Asia (International Library of Central Asian Studies) 

by Steven Parham  (Author)

As China begins its momentous New Silk Road project and expands its influence into Central Asia, the borderlands between China, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan have become sites of ethnic tension and political struggle. This region – which marks the meeting of China and post-Soviet Central Asia – is increasingly important militarily, economically and geographically. Yet we know little of the people that live there, beyond a romanticised 'Silk Road' sense of fraternity. In fact, relations between the people of this region are tense, and border violence is escalating – even as the identity and nationality of the people on the ground shifts to meet their new geopolitical realities. As Steven Parham shows, many of the world's Soviet borders have proved to be deeply unstable and, in the end, impermanent. Meanwhile, the looming presence of Modern China and Russia, who are funneling money and military resources into the region – partly to fight what they see as a growing Islamic activism – are adding fuel to the fire. This lyrical, intelligent book functions as part travelogue, part sociological exploration, and is based on a unique body of research – five months trekking through the checkpoints of the border regions. As China continues to grow and become more assertive, as it has been recently in Africa and in the South China Seas – as well as in Xinjiang – China's borderlands have become a battleground between the Soviet past and the Chinese future.

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Series: International Library of Central Asian Studies (Book 8)

Hardcover: 304 pages

Publisher: I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd (March 30, 2017)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1784535060

ISBN-13: 978-1784535063

20 Exploring Spatial Scale in Geography 1st Edition

 

by Christopher D. Lloyd  (Author)

Exploring Spatial Scale in Geography provides a conceptual and practical guide to issues of spatial scale in all areas of the physical and social sciences.  Scale is at the heart of geography and other spatial sciences. Whether dealing with geomorphological processes, population movements or meteorology, a consideration of spatial scale is vital.

Exploring Spatial Scale in Geography takes a practical approach with a core focus on real world problems and potential solutions. Links are made to appropriate software environments with an associated website providing access to guidance material which outlines how particular problems can be approached using popular GIS and spatial data analysis software.

This book offers alternative definitions of spatial scale, presents approaches for exploring spatial scale and makes use of a wide variety of case studies in the physical and social sciences to demonstrate key concepts, making it a key resource for anyone who makes use of geographical information.

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Hardcover: 272 pages

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (May 12, 2014)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1119971357

ISBN-13: 978-1119971351

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