Human Development III now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Human Development III, edited by Francisco Manuel Moreno Lucas, Maria Isabel Rojas Marin and Marco Bracci.
This collection is inspired by the idea of promoting human development in all its aspects and it presents perspectives, across the social sciences and humanities, on the journey human beings make to build and redefine their identity. It continues where the previous two volumes left off by deepening the natural conditions and human needs to respect man as he deserves and allow him to develop the potential that he contains.
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About the Editors
Francisco Manuel Moreno Lucas is Professor and Researcher of the Department of Education of the Catholic University of Murcia, Spain. He is currently working towards his doctorate, and is a specialist in study techniques and a Professor of professional formation in infantile education.
Maria Isabel Rojas Marin has a degree in Slavic Philology and is a personal tutor corps guardian at the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM), Spain. Maria is also a member of the research group ‘Personal Development’ (based at UCAM).
Marco Bracci has an MA in Communication and Media Studies and a PhD in Sociology of Communication from the University of Florence, Italy. From 2002 to 2012 he researched and taught sociological courses at the College of Political Sciences in Italy, and since 2013 he has taught sociological courses as an adjunct professor at Kent State University and Richmond University, both in Florence. He is also a member of the research group ‘Personal Development’ based at the Catholic University of Murcia, Spain.