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              Books by Norman Jones

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              The Elizabethan World
               

              The Elizabethan World (Hardback)

              Edited by Doran, Susan; Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $494.00
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              The Elizabethan world is of immense social, cultural and economic significance, and the events and people of the time are some of the most colourful and best-known in British history. This title approaches the Elizabethan World thematically.

              ISBN 9780415409599
              Released NZ 28 Sep 2010
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series Routledge Worlds
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              The Elizabethan World

              The Elizabethan World (Paperback)

              Edited by Doran, Susan; Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $137.00
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              This lavishly illustrated, multi-disciplinary volume approaches the Elizabethan world thematically. It conveys a vivid picture of how politics, religion, science, popular culture, the world of work and social practices fit together in an exciting world of change.

              ISBN 9780415712972
              Released NZ 25 Jul 2013
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series Routledge Worlds
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              Performance Management in the 21st Century: Solutions for Business, Education, and Family
               

              Performance Management in the 21st Century: Solutions for Business, Education, and Family (Hardback)

              By Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $376.00
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              Fulfilling the need for research on leadership, management, motivation, and human development, 21st Century Performance Management: Solutions for Business, Education, and the Family reveals how businesses and other institutions have suffered due to neglect of those skills. Based ...on concepts pioneered by longtime leadership specialist Dr. Jones 21st Century Performance Management: Solutions for Business, Education, and the Family tells how anyone in a supervisory capacity can help others become more highly motivated, more productive, and more successful in all walks of life. Features
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              ISBN 9781138409750
              Released NZ 28 Jun 2018
              Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Governing by Virtue: Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabethan England

              Governing by Virtue: Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabethan England (Hardback)

              By Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $208.99
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              Governing by Virtue asks how a monarchy with no police force, no standing army, and little bureaucracy could rule England in the second half of the sixteenth century. Queen Elizabeth was the supreme ruler, but her chief manager Lord Burghley depended heavily on the virtue and hon...our of the ruling classes to keep the peace and defend the realm.
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              ISBN 9780199593606
              Released NZ 14 Oct 2015
              Publisher Oxford University Press (S3)
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Organic and Compost-Based Growing Media for Tree Seedling Nurseries

              Organic and Compost-Based Growing Media for Tree Seedling Nurseries (Paperback)

              By Miller, Joan H.; Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $41.99
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              ISBN 9780821330395
              Released NZ 31 Dec 1995
              Publisher CoInfo Book Services
              Interest Age 19+ years
              Series World Bank Technical Paper
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              Being Elizabethan: Understanding Shakespeare's Neighbors

              Being Elizabethan: Understanding Shakespeare's Neighbors (Hardback)

              By Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $171.99
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              Captures the worldviews, concerns, joys, and experiences of people living through the cultural changes in the second half of the sixteenth century and the early seventeenth century, Shakespeare's age. Elizabethans lived through a time of cultural collapse and rejuvenation as the... impacts of globalization, the religious Reformation, economic and scientific revolutions, wars, and religious dissent forced them to reformulate their ideas of God, nation, society and self. This well-written, accessible book depicting how Elizabethans perceived reality and acted on their perceptions illustrates Elizabethan life, offering readers well-told stories about the Elizabethan people and the world around them. It defines the older ideas of pre-Elizabethan culture and shows how they were shattered and replaced by a new culture based on the emergence of individual conscience. The book posits that post-Reformation English culture, emphasizing the internalization of religious certainties, embraced skepticism in ways that valued individualism over older communal values. Being Elizabethan portrays how people's lives were shaped and changed by the tension between a received belief in divine stability and new, destabilizing, ideas about physical and metaphysical truth. It begins with a chapter that examines how idealized virtues in a divinely governed universe were encapsulated in funeral sermons and epitaphs, exploring how they perceived the Divine Order. Other chapters discuss Elizabethan social stations, community, economics, self-expression, and more. Illustrates how early modern culture was born by exposing readers to events, artistic expressions, and personal experiences Provides an understanding of Elizabethan people by summarizing momentous events with which they grew up Appeals to students, scholars, and laymen interested in history and literature of the Elizabethan era Shows how a new cultural era, the age of Shakespeare, grew from collapsing late Medieval worldviews. B
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              ISBN 9781119168232
              Released NZ 29 Mar 2019
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
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              Being Elizabethan: Understanding Shakespeare's Neighbors

              Being Elizabethan: Understanding Shakespeare's Neighbors (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $56.99
              • $56.99
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              Captures the worldviews, concerns, joys, and experiences of people living through the cultural changes in the second half of the sixteenth century and the early seventeenth century, Shakespeare's age. Elizabethans lived through a time of cultural collapse and rejuvenation as the... impacts of globalization, the religious Reformation, economic and scientific revolutions, wars, and religious dissent forced them to reformulate their ideas of God, nation, society and self. This well-written, accessible book depicting how Elizabethans perceived reality and acted on their perceptions illustrates Elizabethan life, offering readers well-told stories about the Elizabethan people and the world around them. It defines the older ideas of pre-Elizabethan culture and shows how they were shattered and replaced by a new culture based on the emergence of individual conscience. The book posits that post-Reformation English culture, emphasizing the internalization of religious certainties, embraced skepticism in ways that valued individualism over older communal values. Being Elizabethan portrays how people's lives were shaped and changed by the tension between a received belief in divine stability and new, destabilizing, ideas about physical and metaphysical truth. It begins with a chapter that examines how idealized virtues in a divinely governed universe were encapsulated in funeral sermons and epitaphs, exploring how they perceived the Divine Order. Other chapters discuss Elizabethan social stations, community, economics, self-expression, and more. Illustrates how early modern culture was born by exposing readers to events, artistic expressions, and personal experiences Provides an understanding of Elizabethan people by summarizing momentous events with which they grew up Appeals to students, scholars, and laymen interested in history and literature of the Elizabethan era Shows how a new cultural era, the age of Shakespeare, grew from collapsing late Medieval worldviews. B
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              ISBN 9781119168249
              Released NZ 22 Mar 2019
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Inc
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Structural Impact

              Structural Impact (Hardback, 2nd Revised edition)

              By Jones, Norman

              • RRP: $296.99
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              Structural Impact focuses on the behaviour of structures and components that are subjected to large dynamic, impact and explosive loads which produce inelastic deformations.

              ISBN 9781107010963
              Released NZ 26 Dec 2011
              Publisher Cambridge University Press
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