Learning Leadership in a Changing World provides direction and support in the form of the 4R Model of Leadership a theoretically sound, conceptually straightforward, and educationally powerful framework."
Both research and policy on balancing work and family life have tended to focus on mothers' lives. There has been a general lack of comparative research to the complex intersection between old and new forms of masculinity; and between fatherhood, work-life balance, gender relations and children's well-being. As a result, men's fathering roles and their struggle with work-life balance have often been neglected. These cultural challenges should be better theorized within family and social policy research. This volume examines how fathers fulfill their roles both within the family and at work and what institutional support could be of most benefit to them in combining these roles.
The Changing World Of International Law In The Twenty-first Century : A Tribute To The Late Kenneth R. Simmonds
The Changing Nature of International Law in the Twenty-First Century draws together contributions of leading international legal scholars respecting major themes of the future of international law in the new century. The papers have been collected in honour of the late Professor Kenneth R. Simmonds, former Director of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and Professor of Law at Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London.The book is divided into three parts: Public International Law, International Dispute Resolution, and European and Other Regional Integration, which constitute the important themes and currents in international law today and in the future. The sections also represent the areas that were of personal interest to Professor Simmonds and in which he was a leading contributor until his death.This book will be of prime interest to international legal scholars or legal practitioners interested in the specific themes addressed within the volume.