Cambria Press New Book! Globalization and the Digital Divide
Cambria Press is proud to announce that Globalization and the Digital Divide by Kirk St.Amant and Bolanle Olaniran is now available!
This book examines globalization and its effects from the perspective of how differences in access to online communication technologies between the economically developed countries and less economically developed countries is affecting social, economic, educational, and political developments in the world’s emerging economies. It also explores how this situation is creating a global digital divide that will have adverse consequences for all nations. Each chapter thus presents trends and ideas related to the global digital divide between economically developed countries and less economically developed nations. Using this approach, the contributors present perspectives from the economically developing nations themselves versus other texts that explore this topic from the perspective of economically developed countries. The book provides a new and an important perspective to the growing literature on the global digital divide.
Learn more about this fascinating global communication study by reading the Q&A session with the editors.
This volume is an important book for all collections in communication and international studies. Ask your library to order it today!
This book is in part of the Cambria Press Mass Communication Convergence Book Series by Kenn Gaither.
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Cambria Press congratulates Lauren C. Bell for the excellent review and recommendation of her book Filibustering in the U.S. Senate by CHOICE, the premier review journal for academic libraries.
The book is recommended for libraries because it is “a fine contribution to a growing literature on Senate obstructionism.”
*This book is in the Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America book series by Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly.
Recommend this important book on American politics to your library and colleagues!
The unusual history of women scientists working from home in New Zealand in the early 1900s is revealed in Cambria Press‘s latest publication, Historical Portraits of Women Home Scientists: The University Of New Zealand, 1911–1947, by Tanya Fitzgerald and Jenny Collins. The book is now available and you can learn more about the research that went into this book by reading the Q&A session at Cambria Press news.
Make sure your library orders a copy of this unique book, which is an important addition for collections in Australasian studies, history of education, and women’s studies.
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Cambria Press New Publication: Historical Portraits of Women Home Scientists: The University Of New Zealand, 1911–1947
Cambria Press Author Adams Bodomo, a visiting scholar at Stanford University
The Stanford Humanities Center’s international spotlight is on Adams Bodomo, author of the forthcoming book Africans in China. Read the Q&A session on Professor Bodomo’s fascinating research on Africa’s newest diaspora.
The director of African studies at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), Professor Bodomo is currently a visiting scholar at Stanford University.
Cambria Press is proud to announce the publication of Britain and Kenya’s Constitutions, 1950–1960 by renowned historian, Robert Maxon. Professor Maxon’s valuable contributions to the field of African history are widely known and lauded. In fact, his accomplishments have led to the establishment of a prestigious African history scholarship in his name by West Virginia University– the Robert M. Maxon Graduate Scholarship in Modern African History.
His latest scholarly book by Cambria Press will no doubt be just as well received as his previous publications. Professor Maxon will be presenting at the 2011 African Studies Association ( ASA) annual meeting and the following is a short Q&A session as a prelude to his book. This latest title in African Studies by Cambria Press will be on display at the Cambria Press booth (#418) in the book exhibit hall.
As a prelude, here is the Q&A session with Professor Maxon on his book and the other areas of research on which he believes more work should be done.
Congratulations to Drs. Helmut Kloos and Worku Legesse on the rave review of their book, Water Resources Management in Ethiopia: Implications for the Nile Basin in the Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, which commends it for being “admirable” and “a highly valuable contribution.”