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Alan Booth


Who is Alan Booth?

Alan Booth was a well-known English travel writer, who wrote two insightful books on his journeys by foot through the Japanese countryside. The better-known of the two, The Roads to Sata is about his travels from the northernmost cape in Hokkaidō to the southern tip of Kyūshū in Cape Sata. His second book, Looking for the Lost, was published posthumously in 1995.

  • born in (70 years ago) in United Kingdom
  • died in (23 years ago)
  • written works: "The Roads to Sata", "The British Economy in the Twentieth Century", "Teaching history at university", "Les chemins de Sata", "Looking for the Lost", "The Management of Technical Change", "The Sackville Illustrated Dictionary of Golf", "Raising the Roof on Housing Myths", "A Journey Through Japan", "Child Care in the 1990s", "Introduction to Japan", "Not only Peace", "Collins Illustrated Guide to Japan", "Christians and power politics", "British economic policy, 1931-49", "Swaziland"

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Ecology: A-H (2003)

by Julia R. Miller

,and Alan Booth.1996.“A Prospective Study of Divorce and Parent-Child Relationships .

Google previewEncyclopedia of Motion Picture Sound (2001)

by Marty McGee

Appel Supervising ADR Editor; Ron Beck Wardrobe Supervisor; Tony Bianchi Chief Pilot, Aircraft Co-ordinator AerialUnit; Alan Booth Construction Manager; Nikki Clapp, Marilyn Clarke Script Supervisors; John Ellis Optical Photography ...

Google previewWye's Dictionary of Improbable Words (2009)

by Craig Conley

” — Alan Booth, The Roads to Sata: A 2000-Mile Walk Through Japan.> ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention (2010)

by Bonnie S. Fisher, Steven P. Lab

Recently, Alan Booth et al. articulated a biosocial explanation of antisocial behavior incorporating individual development, parent–child relationship quality, and both parent and child testosterone levels. The model hypothesizes that a child's ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History (2003)

by Joel Mokyr

ALAN BOOTH COLLECTIVE AGRICULTURE AND COLLECTIVIZATION. Agriculture, or the production of food and fiber for domestic consumption, processing, and export is a mode of economic activity fundamental to economic development.

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