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Description : A history of ham radio culture: how ham radio enthusiasts formed identity and community through their technical hobby, from the 1930s through the Cold War.
Description : This multimedia resource offers all the how-to guidance needed to perform all of the latest and best techniques in hand and wrist surgery. The complete illustrated volume is made even better with a state-of-the-art companion web site. Chapters on such topics as distal radius fractures & malunions, wrist arthroscopy, nerve and tendon transfers, and flaps and microsurgery. A clear and concise, but detailed and visual approach of this atlas and video collection.
Description : Students now need to gain a realistic, hands-on management education with emphasis on the development of leadership and interpersonal skills. This text suggests that everyone in a position of organizational leadership is expected to play eight basic, but sometimes contrasting, roles. The roles each comprise three competencies, and each competency is conveyed through a five-step learning model (Assessment, Learning, Analysis,