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Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope, by Judith M. BrownGandhi: Prisoner of Hope, by Judith M. Brown. New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press, 1990. xii, 440 pp. $29.95 U.S

Milton Israel
1991 Canadian Journal of History  
558 Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire XXV1, December /décembre 1991 Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope, by Judith M. Brown.  ...  Gandhi’s political career, Judith Brown established herself as a major scholar of India’s nationalist movement and of the distinctive philosophy and technique of non—co-operation and civil disobedience  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.26.3.558 fatcat:6da5umb5hzgpxfb7c4ffhuk2ny

Gandhi and Civil Disobedience: The Mahatma in Indian Politics 1928-34, by Judith M. BrownGandhi and Civil Disobedience: The Mahatma in Indian Politics 1928-34, by Judith M. Brown. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1977. xix, 414 pp. $32.50

Laurence kitzan
1978 Canadian Journal of History  
Conway Gandhi and Civil Disobedience: The Mahatma in Indian Politics 1928-34, by Judith M. Brown. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1977. xix, 414 pp. $32.50.  ...  This book by Judith Brown, in a way a sequel to her Gandhi's Rise to Power, is a detailed chronicle of how Gandhi once more came to the leadership of the Congress Party, how he evolved and carried through  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.13.3.503 fatcat:gyfcldlnhvgcbdjs57azrlz5xe

Global South Asians: Introducing the Modern Diaspora, by Judith M. BrownGlobal South Asians: Introducing the Modern Diaspora, by Judith M. Brown. New Approaches to Asian History. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006. xv, 197 pp. $75.00 US (cloth), $26.99 US (paper)

Nameeta Mathur
2007 Canadian Journal of History  
Gardner University of Texas, San Antonio Global South Asians: Introducing the Modern Diaspora, by Judith M. Brown. New Approaches to Asian History.  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.42.3.597 fatcat:oaicwoeho5gtpodoxcdqpkd5ny

Lipid Transport in Brown Adipocyte Thermogenesis

Gina Wade, Ayren McGahee, James M. Ntambi, Judith Simcox
2021 Frontiers in Physiology  
Non-shivering thermogenesis is an energy demanding process that primarily occurs in brown and beige adipose tissue.  ...  Historically, research on thermogenic adipocytes has focused on glycolytic metabolism due to the discovery of active brown adipose tissue in adult humans through glucose uptake imaging.  ...  *Correspondence: Judith Simcox,  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2021.787535 pmid:35002769 pmcid:PMC8733649 fatcat:wjj7j2hz4razjdh2xinaqfdrkq

書評 Judith M. Brown, Nehru: A Political Life

吉田 修
著者 吉田 修 権利 Copyrights 日本貿易振興機構(ジェトロ)アジア 経済研究所 / Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (IDE-JETRO) 雑誌名 アジア経済 巻 48 号 4 ページ 109-113 発行年 2007-04 出版者 日本貿易振興機構アジア経済研究所 URL
doi:10.20561/00041050 fatcat:tcdfe3bm65f6xcm7sigxjbustm

The Mahatma and Modern India

Judith M. Brown
1969 Modern Asian Studies  
BY JUDITH M. BROWN C E N T E N A R Y celebrations of the birth of any prominent man attract assessments of his character, career and influence.  ...  M .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0026749x00002778 fatcat:ocqynskdajaofc6smukroh7o7i

Understanding Digital Cardwall Usage

Stevenson Gossage, Judith M. Brown, Robert Biddle
2015 2015 Agile Conference  
In Agile software development, key artefacts used to support the process are the User Story (usually recorded on a Storycard) and Story Cardwall (usually a dedicated portion of a wall). These low-fidelity tools work together to help teams stay focused and self-manage their projects. The need to support distributed teams and team members makes the physical Cardwall impractical and teams are therefore migrating towards digital story management tools. We conducted field studies of 8 Agile teams
more » ... ng digital Cardwalls, and performed qualitative data analysis to understand patterns of usages and user needs. We identify issues to address in the design of digital Cardwalls.
doi:10.1109/agile.2015.16 dblp:conf/agiledc/GossageBB15 fatcat:abcg2qznt5d6zozdyjekqo554m

Norovirus infection in primary immune deficiency

Li-An K. Brown, Ian Clark, Julianne R. Brown, Judith Breuer, David M. Lowe
2017 Reviews in Medical Virology  
Norovirus is acknowledged to be a leading cause of acute gastroenteritis worldwide and its importance as a cause of chronic infection in immune deficient hosts is increasingly recognised. Current evidence suggests that a co-ordinated response of innate immune mechanisms, CD8+ cytotoxicity and a humoral response, with CD4+ orchestration, is necessary for norovirus clearance. We explain how primary immune deficiency impairs these host defences and predisposes to chronic infection, associated with
more » ... protracted diarrhoea, weight loss, and requirement for parenteral nutrition. The mucosal villous atrophy frequently seen in norovirus infection appears to be immune-mediated, suggesting that some functional immune response is required in order for chronic norovirus infection to become symptomatic in primary immune deficiency. We provide a comprehensive summary of published cases of norovirus infection in patients with primary immune deficiency. Spontaneous viral clearance has been described, however the majority of reported cases have had prolonged and severe illness. Treatment strategies are discussed in detail. Approaches which have been tried in patients with primary immune deficiency include exclusion diets, enteral and intravenous immunoglobulins, breast milk, immunosuppressants, ribavirin, and nitazoxanide. To date, only ribavirin has been used with apparent success to achieve clearance of chronic norovirus in primary immune deficiency and randomised controlled trials are needed to evaluate a number of promising therapies that are discussed. 3
doi:10.1002/rmv.1926 pmid:28271593 fatcat:pmajqlt6szbinf6dqqv2zijaqq

Live Cell Imaging: Tips and Tools

Melanie M. Frigault, Judith Lacoste, Jody L. Swift, Claire M. Brown
2009 Biophysical Journal  
The mean cytoplasmic biopolymer volume 30a Sunday, March 1, 2009 Board B32 Live Cell Imaging: Tips and Tools Melanie M. Frigault, Judith Lacoste, Jody L. Swift, Claire M. Brown.  ...  Cowan, Leslie M. Loew, Ion I. Moraru. University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT, USA.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2008.12.047 fatcat:xqfbsxaazzgwricfr5jsgmqvf4

Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope by Judith M. Brown (1989) [article]

Dharitri Bhattacharjee, Austin, The University Of Texas At
Prisoner of Hope by Judith M.  ...  Brown (1989) by Dharitri Bhattacharjee Judith Brown's Gandhi, Prisoner Of Hope published in 1989 amply reflects the decades of quality research that went into its production. Brown elucidates Gandhi's  ...  Brown tries to project the man behind the mahatma, with his failings, doubts, mood swings and blood pressure problems.  ... 
doi:10.26153/tsw/9176 fatcat:ckhoucmr3bd3xdc35vucsnzfby

Coping with metastatic melanoma: the last year of life

Judith E. Brown, Rhonda F. Brown, Robyn M. Miller, Stewart M. Dunn, Madeleine T. King, Alan S. Coates, Phyllis N. Butow
2000 Psycho-Oncology  
Few longitudinal studies have concurrently investigated cognitive appraisal, coping and psychological adjustment in patients with terminal cancer. This study aimed to (i) consider patterns of change in these variables during the last year of life and (ii) consider covariates associated with patients' psychological adjustment. Methods and patients: Questionnaires were sent to a cohort of stage IV melanoma patients seen at the Sydney Melanoma Unit between 1991 and 1996, approximately every 3
more » ... s, for up to 2 years. A sub-sample of 110 patients completed at least one questionnaire in the last year of life. Repeated measures linear regression was used to model cognitive appraisal, coping and psychological adjustment. Results: In the last year of life, patients' cognitive appraisal of their disease remained relatively stable, whereas their use of active coping strategies increased (p=0.04). There was some deterioration in psychological adjustment, particularly in patients' ability to minimize the impact of cancer on daily life (p= 0.03), but this effect did not remain significant when patients' level of tiredness was included in the model. Cognitive appraisal, coping style and quality of life indicators were all associated with psychological adjustment. Conclusion: These findings suggest that while patients work hard to actively cope with their disease, they experience increasing levels of tiredness, and deterioration in their mood and ability to function in their daily lives.
doi:10.1002/1099-1611(200007/08)9:4<283::aid-pon460>;2-n pmid:10960926 fatcat:itfdv6adtjhqthagme3rbvfyv4

Acculturation Clusters and Life Satisfaction

Carrie M. Brown, Judith L. Gibbons, Honore M. Hughes
2013 Acta de Investigación Psicológica  
Method Participants Our study is a re-analysis of data from an earlier study (Brown & Gibbons, 2008) .  ...  Brown, Department of Psychology, Agnes Scott College, 141 East College Avenue, Decatur, Georgia, 30030, U.S.A. Email:  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2007-4719(13)70955-4 fatcat:7z4rlncxzbdbnl2w3bjcirxwxu

Trapnell Fund for Environmental Field Research in Africa

Judith M. Brown
1993 Environmental Conservation  
MRS JUDITH M. BROWN University Offices Wellington Square Oxford OX1 2JD England, UK. Tel. (0044865) 270708 Fax (0044865) 270708.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0376892900023651 fatcat:57ojqwvbhrd2pnhy4lbehmrnwq

Impacts of high resolution model downscaling in coastal regions

Lucy M. Bricheno, Judith M. Wolf, Jennifer M. Brown
2014 Continental Shelf Research  
5 m and 10 m below the surface.  ...  2000 m for IRS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csr.2013.11.007 fatcat:ryro6zavmvdadmp46xqymtdkre

Varieties of Male Circumcision

2001 Sexually Transmitted Diseases  
Arthur Andere, Richard Brown, Wamathaga Kuria, and Jack Richards commented on earlier drafts of this report.  ...  The authors thank James M Mungiriria, who conducted the first interviews and helped to produce an initial set of drawings.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00007435-200110000-00007 pmid:11689759 fatcat:5syg2h4efvf77d3iddgoqlp6fe
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