New books – Geography, Aviation and Human Factors

Geography

Dot Com Mantra: Social Computing in the Central Himalayas    Payal Arora, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The Dynamics of Heritage: History, Memory and the Highland Clearances    Laurence Gouriévidis, Université Blaise Pascal, France

Educational Opportunity: The Geography of Access to Higher Education    Alexander D. Singleton, University College London, UK

Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Geography and Innovation    Edited by David Doloreux, University of Ottawa, Canada, Mark Freel, University of Ottawa, Canada and Richard Shearmur, INRS – Université du Québec, Canada

Landscapes of Care: Comparative Perspectives on Family Caregiving    Andrew Power, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

A New Agenda for Sustainability    Edited by Kurt Aagaard Nielsen, Roskilde University, Denmark, Bo Elling, Roskilde University, Denmark, Maria Figueroa, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark, and Erling Jelsøe, Roskilde University, Denmark

Participatory Development in Kenya    Josephine Syokau Mwanzia, Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan Development, Kenya and Robert Craig Strathdee, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders    Edited by Tovi Fenster, Tel Aviv University, Israel and Haim Yacobi, Ben Gurion University, Israel

Aviation

Stormy Skies: Airlines in Crisis    Paul Clark, Managing Director, Through The Looking Glass, Canada and United Kingdom

Human Factors

Behind Human Error    David D. Woods, Ohio State University, USA, Sidney Dekker, Lund University, Sweden, Richard Cook, University of Chicago, USA, Leila Johannesen, IBM Silicon Valley Lab, USA and Nadine Sarter, University of Michigan, USA

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