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Spreading Hate: The Global Rise of White Power Terrorism

by Daniel Byman

Spreading Hate examines the evolution of the white power movement around the world, explaining its appeal and the threat it poses as well as many failures. The modern white power movement is now a global, transnational phenomenon. In this sweeping, authoritative account, Daniel Byman traces the key moments in the white power movement's evolution in the United States and around the world and then details its many facets today. Using a wide range of sources, Byman explodes several myths about white power terrorism and exposes dangerous gaps in current policies. For almost two decades since 9/11, white supremacist terrorism has been relegated to a secondary concern in the US and Europe despite the fact that it was clearly metastasizing. This neglect has led to shocking episodes of violence from New Zealand to Norway to South Carolina and has eroded faith in Western democratic institutions. Because white power terrorists' grievances echo mainstream debates and their violence often exacerbates polarization, their political impact can be inordinately high even if the body count is low. As Byman stresses, they are not a hide-bound movement seeking to turn back the clock, but are dynamic, drawing on ideas from around the world and exploiting the most cutting-edge technologies, especially social media. White power terrorists, however, have many weaknesses. They are divided, with poor leadership, and often attract the incompetent and the criminal as well as the dangerous and deluded. If governments act decisively and treat white power terrorism with the same urgency they use to manage jihadist violence, then the threat can be reduced. This will require aggressive law enforcement, international intelligence cooperation, crackdowns by technology companies, and other forceful steps. Considering policy solutions as well as synthesizing a vast body of scholarly research, Spreading Hate will be essential reading for anyone worried about this an increasingly networked movement that threatens to grow more dangerous in the years to come.

Spreading the 'burden'?: A review of policies to disperse asylum seekers and refugees

by Vaughan Robinson Roger Andersson

European governments are now engaging in one of the largest exercises in social engineering that the continent has seen since the Second World War. Hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers and refugees in Europe are now being denied their basic right to choose where they live and are instead being compulsorily dispersed. Spreading the 'burden' is: · the first book-length study of dispersal policies; · explicitly comparative in nature and written by three national experts; · highly topical and controversial as the review of dispersal policies is under way in many countries; · a valuable case-study of how society deals with 'outsider' groups and space. The book is essential reading for national and local policy makers, those interested in human rights, social policy and refugee studies, as well as human geographers and sociologists.

Sprechendes Denken: Essays zu einer experimentellen Kulturwissenschaft (Edition Kulturwissenschaft #234)

by Moritz Klenk

Denken ist immer vermittelt, ja ist Vermittlung von Gegenstand und Reflexion selbst. Moritz Klenk liefert eine Darstellung und Durchführung dieser Dialektik in der schriftlichen Reflexion ihres Gegenstands: dem »sprechenden Denken«. Wie lässt sich das (Selbst-)Gespräch als Mittel der Erkenntnis begreifen? Wie kann ein kulturwissenschaftlicher Begriff des Experimentalsystems entwickelt werden? In welchem Zusammenhang müssen Schreiben und Sprechen als je eigene aber wechselseitig vermittelte Formen der Darstellung und Durchführung von Wissenschaft verstanden werden? Die Essays sind konkreter Versuch einer solchen »experimentellen Kulturwissenschaft«.

Sprechertraining: Texte präsentieren in Radio, Fernsehen und vor Publikum (Journalistische Praxis)

by Michael Rossié

"Sprechertraining" lautet nicht nur der Buchtitel, es handelt sich wirklich um ein allgemein verständliches Trainingsprogramm zur Präsentation von Texten in den Medien mit praktischen Beispielen und Übungen. Vom einfachen Zwei-Wort-Satz bis zu schwierigen Satzkonstruktionen wird der zukünftige Sprecher sowohl mit den Grundlagen als auch mit den vielen Problemen und Sonderfällen von hörerbezogenem Lesen vertraut gemacht. Für die​ achte Auflage wurde der Band durchgesehen, ergänzt und Beispiele wurden aktualisiert. ​

Sprechertraining: Texte präsentieren in Radio, Fernsehen und vor Publikum (Journalistische Praxis)

by Michael Rossié

"Sprechertraining" lautet nicht nur der Buchtitel, es handelt sich wirklich um ein allgemein verständliches Trainingsprogramm zur Präsentation von Texten in den Medien mit praktischen Beispielen und Übungen. Vom einfachen Zwei-Wort-Satz bis zu schwierigen Satzkonstruktionen wird der zukünftige Sprecher sowohl mit den Grundlagen als auch mit den vielen Problemen und Sonderfällen von hörerbezogenem Lesen vertraut gemacht (mit mehr als 80 Hörbeispielen auf CD).​

Sprechstunde auf Augenhöhe: Wie Kommunikation zwischen Arzt und Patient gelingt

by Veronika Hollenrieder

Gespräche können Menschen miteinander verbinden oder auch entzweien. Egal ob zwischen Arzt und Patient, Partnern, Eltern und Kindern, Freunden oder Arbeitskollegen – jede noch so alltägliche Unterhaltung kann negative oder aber auch positive Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit der Beteiligten haben. So können Gespräche ebenso verletzen, entmutigen und demotivieren wie auch versöhnen, Mut machen, motivieren oder trösten.Dieses Buch beleuchtet die besondere Bedeutung eines guten Arzt-Patienten-Gesprächs in der Sprechstunde - auch oder gerade, weil für Ärzte die Zeit pro Patient immer knapper wird. Die Autorin zeigt mit einem ganzheitlichen Blick, welche Rahmenbedingungen und möglichen Störfaktoren das Gespräch wechselseitig beeinflussen und wie sich gelungene Kommunikation auf das körperliche und geistige Wohlbefinden auswirkt. Konkrete Beispiele veranschaulichen, wie Arzt und Patient zu einem guten Austausch auf Augenhöhe kommen und somit bereits das Gespräch Teil der Medikation und des Heilungsprozesses werden kann.Eine Lektüre für alle, die erfahren möchten, wie das persönliche und direkte Gespräch zu einem Medikament ohne Nebenwirkungen werden kann.

Sprechwissenschaft & Psycholinguistik: Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis

by Gerd Kegel Thomas Arnhold Klaus Dahlmeier Gerhard Schmid Bernd Tischer

Das Buch vermittelt Psychologen, Linguisten, Pädagogen, Medizinern und Logopäden eine Übersicht zum aktuellen Forschungsstand des Bereichs Sprechwissenschaft und Psycholinguistik, dessen Hauptinteresse in der Erforschung von Sprachprozessen liegt. Die Arbeit auf diesem Gebiet ist in großem Maße praxisorientiert, die Daten zu einer Forschungsfrage werden aus dem Feld lebendiger Sprachverwendung gewonnen."(...) Das Buch enthält für alle, die an der Erforschung der menschlichen Sprachtätigkeit interessiert sind, eine Fülle von Anregungen (...)."Zeitschrift für Psychologie 3/88

Sprechwissenschaft & Psycholinguistik 2: Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis

by Gerd Kegel Thomas Arnhold Klaus Dahlmeier Gerhard Schmid Bernd Tischer

Spracherwerb, Sprachverarbeitung und Sprachstörungen stehen im Zentrum der Beiträge dieses Bandes. Ein Bericht über die interaktional orientierte Spracherwerbsforschung verdeutlicht Perspektiven für Praxis und Wissenschaft. Präzisiert werden die Perspektiven durch Beiträge zur Körpersprachforschung, zur Wortverarbeitung und zur sprachspezifischen Emotionsforschung. In einer ausführlichen Erörterung des Verhältnisses von gesprochener und geschriebener Sprache wird auf Schule, Legastheniebetreuung und Sprachtherapie Bezug genommen. Forschungsobjekte zum gestörten Spracherwerb nehmen den Inter-aktionsansatz und den Einfluß kognitivemotionaler Faktoren wieder auf. Die Darlegung eines Verfahrens zur Verständlichkeitsmessung dysarthrischer Sprache zeigt Lösungen für ein im engsten Sinne praktisches Problem der Sprachdiagnostik und -therapie.

Sprechwissenschaft & Psycholinguistik 3: Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis

by Gerd Kegel Thomas Arnhold Klaus Dahlmeier Gerhard Schmid Bernd Tischer

Das Buch gibt einen Überblick über den aktuellen Forschungsstand des Bereichs Sprechwissenschaft und Psycholinguistik. Das Hauptinteresse gilt der Erforschung von Sprachprozessen mit dem Ziel praktischer Anwendbarkeit. So umreißt der Eröffnungsbeitrag gegenwärtige Fragefelder - der Sprachpathologie ebenso wie der Optimierung von Kommunikationsverhalten in Theorie und Praxis. Weitere Beiträge vertiefen die Problemsicht: Verbale Steuerung von Handlungen, Massenmedien und Emotion, verbales Gedächtnis, zweisprachige Erziehung im Elternhaus. Die Beiträge zur Sprachentwicklungs-forschung konzentrieren sich auf Zusammenhänge von kognitivem Niveau und linguistischen Fähigkeiten, auf Lernprozesse beim Grammatikerwerb, Integrationsprozesse im Sprachverhalten von sprachbehinderten und sprachunauffälligen Kindern. Anschließend wird der neueste interdisziplinäre Ansatz in der Dysgrammatismusforschung dargestellt.

Sprechwissenschaft & Psycholinguistik 5: Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis

by Gerd Kegel Thomas Arnhold Klaus Dahlmeier Gerhard Schmid Bernd Tischer

In der Reihe "Sprechwissenschaft & Psycholinguistik" werden aktuelle Beiträge zur Erforschung von Sprachprozessen publiziert.Einen Schwerpunkt des fünften Bandes bildet das Thema "Dysgrammatismus". Weitere Forschungsbeiträge beziehen sich auf die Themen: Geschlechtsspezifik der Körpersprache, Sprechangst in Rhetorikseminaren, Verstehen von mathematischen Textaufgaben, sprachliche Selbstbeeinflussung in der Psychotherapie.

Sprekende handen: Een methodiek voor ontmoetingsgroepen met dementerende mensen

by Paula Irik Irene Maijer - Kruijssen

Sprekende handen is een uniek werkboek met een methodiek voor ontmoetingsgroepen met en voor dementerende mensen, wonend op psychogeriatrische afdelingen in verpleeg- en verzorgingshuizen.De methodiek is in de praktijk ontwikkeld en sluit aan bij die stromingen in de ouderenzorg die de beleving van oude mensen zelf, en de aandacht voor hun eigen levensverhaal centraal stellen. Dat blijkt zeer goed te werken.Eerst geven de auteurs informatie over de methodiek en over hun samenwerking als muziektherapeut en geestelijk verzorger. Vervolgens worden 46 uitgewerkte programma’s voor groepsbijeenkomsten beschreven, die als kapstok dienen voor de bijeenkomsten. Als thema voor deze programma’s is gekozen Sprekende handen, waarbij de handen de levensverhalen van ouderen symboliseren.Dit werkboek bevat extra materiaal op de website met filmfragmenten van een bijeenkomst van een ontmoetingsgroep, die de tekst nader illustreren. In het boek zijn verwijzingen opgenomen naar deze filmfragmenten.

A Spring Aborted: How Authoritarianism Violates Women's Rights in the Arab World (Emerald Points)

by Yusuf Sidani

The Arab Spring uprisings were not about gender; these were uprisings demanding rights for all. Yet, they presented a rare opportunity for women to let themselves be heard. And, from being some of the most memorable and lasting leaders of these revolutionary protests, female activists were particularly targeted by many regimes. In A Spring Aborted: How Authoritarianism Violates Women's Rights in the Arab World, leadership expert Yusuf Sidani tracks the contributions of female activists, the reasons for the Arab Spring, and the abuse these leaders suffered. Including analysis of protests across Sudan, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Tunisia, Sidani looks at the aims of the protests, and the impact, evaluating whether the changes brought about were deep enough to disrupt governance structures. Finally, Sidani explores how the Arab Spring has been hijacked. From deep divisions among the allies who shaped the Arab Spring, to sheer force and brutality, Sidani analyses the causes of the Spring's disintegration.

A Spring Aborted: How Authoritarianism Violates Women's Rights in the Arab World (Emerald Points)

by Yusuf Sidani

The Arab Spring uprisings were not about gender; these were uprisings demanding rights for all. Yet, they presented a rare opportunity for women to let themselves be heard. And, from being some of the most memorable and lasting leaders of these revolutionary protests, female activists were particularly targeted by many regimes. In A Spring Aborted: How Authoritarianism Violates Women's Rights in the Arab World, leadership expert Yusuf Sidani tracks the contributions of female activists, the reasons for the Arab Spring, and the abuse these leaders suffered. Including analysis of protests across Sudan, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Tunisia, Sidani looks at the aims of the protests, and the impact, evaluating whether the changes brought about were deep enough to disrupt governance structures. Finally, Sidani explores how the Arab Spring has been hijacked. From deep divisions among the allies who shaped the Arab Spring, to sheer force and brutality, Sidani analyses the causes of the Spring's disintegration.

Spring Rain: A wise and life-affirming memoir about how gardens can help us heal

by Marc Hamer

'A memoir infused with wisdom and a deep love of nature, as well as a how-to book for finding peace of mind' SagaThis is a story about the rain, a boy, an angry dog and a gardener, and how some of them find peace and freedom...In Spring Rain, writer and gardener Marc Hamer shares his path from difficult beginnings to contentment, by way of family gardens.As a young boy in a violent home, Marc found refuge in his small back garden. Here he kindled a lifelong love of nature and learning by observing the plants and insects in his private kingdom and reading the old encyclopaedias he found in the shed.Marc has always found the answers to life's questions in the natural world, whether as a child watching ants, as a young man living rough in the countryside, or as a professional gardener creating places of calm and restoration for others. Now in his sixties, he is finally creating a garden for himself, at his home in Cardiff. In this beautiful and moving memoir, he considers what he has learned, from the spring of youth to his autumn years, and reflects on how we reconcile our childhoods with where we end up.With line drawings by the author, Spring Rain encourages us back in tune with the natural world and offers both consolation and a guide to a happier life.PRAISE FOR MARC HAMER:'Marc Hamer knows how to live - simply, sparely, reverently, abundantly. Spring Rain is a tonic for the soul' Sy Montgomery, author of How to Be A Good Creature'Wholly original... on how to live, how to be calm and content with only a little, in a quietly humming garden' Daily Mail

Springer Mountain: Meditations on Killing and Eating

by Wyatt Williams

Drawing on years of investigative reporting, Wyatt Williams offers a powerful look at why we kill and eat animals. In order to understand why we eat meat, the restaurant critic and journalist investigated factory farms, learned to hunt game, worked on a slaughterhouse kill floor, and partook in Indigenous traditions of whale eating in Alaska. In Springer Mountain, he tells about his experiences while charting the history of meat eating and vegetarianism. Williams shows how mysteries springing up from everyday experiences can lead us into the big questions of life while examining the irreconcilable differences between humans and animals. Springer Mountain is a thought-provoking work, one that reveals how what we eat tells us who we are.

Springfield Road

by Salena Godden

'Honest, grippingly readable, funny and uplifting' MAGGIE GEESpringfield Road is a journey into childhood in the late 1970s, a time of halfpenny sweets, fish and chips in newspaper, scrumping apples and foraging for conkers. Set in the dawn of Thatcher's Britain, it's a salute to every curly-top, scabby knee'd, mixed-up, half-crazy kid with NHS glasses, free school dinners and hand-me- downs, as told by the daughter of an Irish jazz musician and a Jamaican go-go dancer.It's about discovering that life is unfair, that there are bullies out there, and that parents die; yet it is the very antithesis of a misery memoir. It's a vivid, uplifting tale that seeks out the humour, colour and tenderness in the world, and when you read it you will say Hey! I remember, we did that too! You might say: I remember being closer to the ground; I remember summers were longer and how oranges were bigger; I remember struggling to comprehend sex and war, life and death, heaven and hell, and perhaps you’ll say, I remember I missed my dad too…

Springs of Participation (PDF)

by Karen Brock Jethro Pettit

Learning from others in the form of fusion and adaptation of existing tools and approaches is very much part of evolving new participatory methods, and is a key component of the process of creating fresh approaches to new challenges. Springs of Participation brings together the experiences and reflections of a group of practitioners of participatory methodologies, who work in diverse situations and countries, in order that both academics and practitioners can themselves learn how to develop effective and sustainable new methods. This book discusses a wide and rich range of participatory methods. The first part of the book focuses on Reflect and the Internal Learning System (ILS). Both have evolved considerably over a number of years. In the second part of the book, the authors reflect on what enables and constrains creativity, adaptation, and innovation, using examples of many different methodologies to illustrate their discussions. These reflections come from two broad perspectives: from innovators who have all worked principally as independent development consultants and advisors, and from researchers. These two common positions in the world of development and aid give rise to different challenges in creating and using participatory methodologies.

Springtime at Cannon Hall Farm

by The Nicholson Family

Join the Nicholson family for this heartwarming journey through a typical springtime on their South Yorkshire farm. Throughout the book they reflect on the childhood stories, testing times, poignant memories and enriching experiences that have shaped the lives they lead today. With the coming of a new season, Roger and Cynthia Nicholson and their sons Richard, Robert and David show how the farming year is shaped around the arrival of baby goats, lambs, calves and piglets galore.As Yorkshire's premier open farm attraction, Cannon Hall Farm continues to play host to thousands of visitors and spring is the busiest time of the year. People flock to meet the new arrivals and catch up with old favourites such as the llama and alpaca posse, the stunning Shire horses and the irrepressible Shetland ponies, including Ozzy Horsebourne and Jon Bon Pony.Along with all the animal antics, Springtime at Cannon Hall Farm features tales of bygone days when traditional skills, crafts and daily practices shaped life in the countryside. And for fans of Rob and Dave's Channel 5 shows, there are lots of behind-the-scenes secrets you won't want to miss...

SPSS-Arbeitsbuch: Übungs- und Klausuraufgaben mit ausführlichen Lösungen

by Peter P. Eckstein

Peter P. Eckstein stellt in seinem "SPSS-Arbeitsbuch" elementare und anspruchsvolle Übungs- und Klausuraufgaben zur angewandten Statistik mit SPSS vor. Die angebotenen Lösungen wurden mit dem Programmpaket SPSS 8.0 für Windows in der deutschen Version erstellt. Ein einführendes Kapitel informiert zusätzlich über alle verwendeten SPSS-Datendateien, die sämtlich auf realen Daten beruhen und im Internet abrufbar sind. Das Arbeitsbuch ergänzt hervorragend das Lehrbuch "Angewandte Statistik mit SPSS" des selben Autors.

SPSS Demystified: A Simple Guide and Reference

by Ronald D. Yockey

Without question, statistics is one of the most challenging courses for students in the social and behavioral sciences. Enrolling in their first statistics course, students are often apprehensive or extremely anxious toward the subject matter. And while SPSS is one of the more easy-to-use statistical software programs available, for anxious students who realize they not only have to learn statistics but also new software, the task can seem insurmountable. Keenly aware of students’ anxiety with statistics (and the fact that this anxiety can affect performance), Ronald D. Yockey has written SPSS Demystified: A Simple Guide and Reference, now in its third edition. Through a comprehensive, step-by-step approach, this text is consistently and specifically designed to both alleviate anxiety toward the subject matter and build a successful experience analyzing data in SPSS. Key features of the text: Step-by-step instruction and screenshots Designed to be hands-on with the user performing the analyses alongside on their computer as they read through each chapter Call-out boxes provided, highlighting important information as appropriate SPSS output explained, with written results provided using the popular, widely recognized APA format End-of-chapter exercises included, allowing for additional practice Features and updates to this edition include: material updated to IBM SPSS 24 (available Fall 2016), including screenshots and data sets/end-of-chapter exercises.

SPSS step by step: Essentials for social and political science

by Cole Davis

SPSS Step by Step: Essentials for Social and Political Science is a concise text for beginners and intermediate statistical test users. Clearly written and with no mathematical formulae, it features a chapter on qualitative data analysis; multiple regression; survival analysis (‘the time until events’); and a brief cogent introduction to factor analysis. A logically ordered guide to analysing everyday problems, SPSS Step by Step is distinctive in being both easy to grasp and readable. Tests throughout the book are accompanied by clear worked examples. These include Wilcoxon; Friedman; Mann-Whitney, Kruskal-Wallis; paired and unpaired T tests; ANOVA; binomial; McNemar; Chi-square; Pearson; Spearman; partial correlation; simple linear regression; multiple regression; factor analysis; Kaplan-Meier and life tables. Invaluable for undergraduate and postgraduate students and academics undertaking or teaching research, this unique book will also be of interest to professionals in social care, the criminal justice system, health and education.

SPSS Survival Manual: A step by step guide to data analysis using IBM SPSS

by Julie Pallant

The SPSS Survival Manual throws a lifeline to students and researchers grappling with this powerful data analysis software.In her bestselling guide, Julie Pallant guides you through the entire research process, helping you choose the right data analysis technique for your project. From the formulation of research questions, to the design of the study and analysis of data, to reporting the results, Julie discusses basic and advanced statistical techniques. She outlines each technique clearly, with step-by-step procedures for performing the analysis, a detailed guide to interpreting data output and an example of how to present the results in a report.For both beginners and experienced users in psychology, sociology, health sciences, medicine, education, business and related disciplines, the SPSS Survival Manual is an essential text. Illustrated with screen grabs, examples of output and tips, it is supported by a website with sample data and guidelines on report writing.This fifth edition is fully revised and updated to accommodate changes to IBM SPSS procedures, screens and output. Additional recommended readings and websites have been added.'An excellent introduction to using SPSS for data analysis. It provides a self-contained resource itself, with more than simply (detailed and clear) step-by-step descriptions of statistical procedures in SPSS. There is also a wealth of tips and advice, and for each statistical technique a brief, but consistently reliable, explanation is provided.' - Associate Professor George Dunbar, University of Warwick'This book is recommended as ESSENTIAL to all students completing research projects - minor and major.' - Dr John Roodenburg, Monash University

SPSS Survival Manual: A step by step guide to data analysis using IBM SPSS

by Julie Pallant

The SPSS Survival Manual throws a lifeline to students and researchers grappling with this powerful data analysis software.In her bestselling guide, Julie Pallant guides you through the entire research process, helping you choose the right data analysis technique for your project. From the formulation of research questions, to the design of the study and analysis of data, to reporting the results, Julie discusses basic and advanced statistical techniques. She outlines each technique clearly, with step-by-step procedures for performing the analysis, a detailed guide to interpreting data output and an example of how to present the results in a report.For both beginners and experienced users in psychology, sociology, health sciences, medicine, education, business and related disciplines, the SPSS Survival Manual is an essential text. Illustrated with screen grabs, examples of output and tips, it is supported by a website with sample data and guidelines on report writing.This fifth edition is fully revised and updated to accommodate changes to IBM SPSS procedures, screens and output. Additional recommended readings and websites have been added.'An excellent introduction to using SPSS for data analysis. It provides a self-contained resource itself, with more than simply (detailed and clear) step-by-step descriptions of statistical procedures in SPSS. There is also a wealth of tips and advice, and for each statistical technique a brief, but consistently reliable, explanation is provided.' - Associate Professor George Dunbar, University of Warwick'This book is recommended as ESSENTIAL to all students completing research projects - minor and major.' - Dr John Roodenburg, Monash University

A Spy on Eliza Haywood: Addresses to a Multifarious Writer (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature)

by Aleksondra Hultquist

Eliza Haywood was one of the most prolific English writers in the Age of the Enlightenment. Her career, from Love in Excess (1719) to her last completed project The Invisible Spy (1755) spanned the gamut of genres: novels, plays, advice manuals, periodicals, propaganda, satire, and translations. Haywood’s importance in the development of the novel is now well-known. A Spy on Eliza Haywood links this with her work in the other genres in which she published at least one volume a year throughout her life, demonstrating how she contributed substantially to making women’s writing a locus of debate that had to be taken seriously by contemporary readers, as well as now by current scholars of political, moral, and social enquiries into the eighteenth century. Haywood’s work is essential to the study of eighteenth-century literature and this collection of essays continues the growing scholarship on this most important of women writers.

A Spy on Eliza Haywood: Addresses to a Multifarious Writer (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature)

by Chris Mounsey Aleksondra Hultquist

Eliza Haywood was one of the most prolific English writers in the Age of the Enlightenment. Her career, from Love in Excess (1719) to her last completed project The Invisible Spy (1755) spanned the gamut of genres: novels, plays, advice manuals, periodicals, propaganda, satire, and translations. Haywood’s importance in the development of the novel is now well-known. A Spy on Eliza Haywood links this with her work in the other genres in which she published at least one volume a year throughout her life, demonstrating how she contributed substantially to making women’s writing a locus of debate that had to be taken seriously by contemporary readers, as well as now by current scholars of political, moral, and social enquiries into the eighteenth century. Haywood’s work is essential to the study of eighteenth-century literature and this collection of essays continues the growing scholarship on this most important of women writers.

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