CAP publications among most downloaded in 2017

18 January 2018

Publications by experts at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific were among the most downloaded in 2017, according to ANU Press. The College featured three times in the top five most requested titles, and even took out the top two positions. Follow the links below to download your free copy.

The Military and Democracy in Asia and the Pacific #1 (27,710 downloads):

Edited by: Ron May and Viberto Selochan

In The Military and Democracy in Asia and the Pacific, a number of prominent regional specialists take a fresh look at the military’s changing role in selected countries of Asia and the Pacific, particularly with regard to the countries’ performance against criteria of democratic government.

Regulatory Theory #2 (25,294 downloads):

Edited by Peter Drahos

Aimed at practitioners, postgraduate students and those interested in regulation as a cross-cutting theme in the social sciences, Regulatory Theory includes chapters on the social-psychological foundations of regulation as well as theories of regulation such as responsive regulation, smart regulation and nodal governance. 

The Joy of Sanskrit #4 (23,141 downloads)

Authored by McComas Taylor and Grazia Scotellaro 

The Joy of Sanskrit is a complete first-year course of twenty-five weeks designed for university students. It teaches Sanskrit as a living tradition. This is in recognition of the fact that many of students have backgrounds in Indic religions and Indian cultural practices, including yoga, art, music, dance and song. As a living tradition, the authors believe that the reception of language (especially the ability to read), should be balanced with its production (writing, speaking, chanting and singing).




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