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The Millennial Mosaic

by Reginald W. Bibby, Joel Thiessen & Monetta Bailey

  • Reginald Bibby is the author of over two dozen books on social trends
  • All three authors are professors of sociology
  • An in-depth look at the Millennial generation as adults in Canada
  • Millennials are cast in...

Imagining Religious Communities

by Jennifer B. Saunders

Imagining Religious Communities tells the story of the Gupta family through the personal and religious narratives they tell as they create and maintain their extended family and community across national borders....

Citizenship in a Transnational Canada

by Augie Fleras

Citizenship in a Transnational Canada offers a distinct look at the prospect of rethinking citizenship in a contested world of shifting narratives, evolving models, ongoing challenges, and future possibilities....

The Global Gag Rule and Women's Reproductive Health

by Yana van der Meulen Rodgers

Foreign assistance by the United States is tangled with domestic politics, and perhaps this is most clear in relation to funding for health and family planning. The long arm of U.S. domestic politics has reached...

Transformative Student Experiences in Higher Education

by Michael G. Strawser, Trey Lewis, Carolyn Baum & James D. Breslin et al.

Transformative Student Experiences in Higher Education: Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century Student and Modern Workplace presents a thorough consideration of the role, use, and implications of transformative...

Diversity Explosion

by William H. Frey

Greater racial diversity is good news for America's future

Race is once again a contentious topic in America, as shown by the divisive rise of Donald Trump and the activism of groups like Black Lives Matter....

Demography: A Very Short Introduction

by Sarah Harper

The generation into which each person is born, the demographic composition of that cohort, and its relation to those born at the same time in other places influences not only a person's life chances, but also...

America and Its Rivals

by Michael D. Dulberger

How does the United States compare when objectively measured shoulder-to-shoulder against the world’s two most influential autocracies? This full-color book provides a solid foundation to enable the reader...

Jewish Family

by Alex Pomson & Randal F. Schnoor

In Jewish Family: Identity and Self-Formation at Home Alex Pomson and Randal F. Schnoor advance a new appreciation for the deep significance of Jewish family in developing Jewish identity. This book is the result...

Becoming a Welcoming Church

by Thom S. Rainer

Most church members don't see their churches clearly.

In almost all of Thom S. Rainer's consultations, church members perceive their church to be friendly. But as he surveyed guests, he found that the guests...

The Future of Mainline Protestantism in America

by James Hudnut-Beumler & Mark Silk

As recently as the 1960s, more than half of all American adults belonged to just a handful of mainline Protestant denominations—Presbyterian, UCC, Disciples of Christ, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, and American...

An essay on the principle of population

by Thomas Malthus

This work has been recognized as the most influential work of his time. A key part of the book has been devoted to what is now known as the law of the people of the Malthus thorn. This theory suggested that...

A Place Called Home

by Kim R. Manturuk, Mark R. Lindblad & Roberto G. Quercia

Since the onset of the mortgage lending crisis and the subsequent Great Recession, there has been ongoing debate about the economic benefits of homeownership. Some say homeownership remains an important contributor...

How Sweden Became Multicultural

by M. Eckehart

Sweden prides itself on being a multicultural society, with a large fraction of its population originating in a diverse number of countries. Multiculturalism in Sweden is beyond criticism; the idea that Sweden...

Social capital, migration, ethnic diversity and economic performance

by Anna Rebmann, Adnan Efendic & Bojana Babic

This interdisciplinary book brings an empirical evidence that social capital is an important building block in the reintegration processes, migration challenges and economic dynamism of the SEE communities....

Demographic Aspects of the Early Modern Times

by Walter Letsch

The study deals predominantly with basic questions of Historical Demography that have so far not yet been tackled, as no adequate sources seemed to exist, or the effort for digging into these problems seemed...

Border Cities Powerhouse: 1901-1945

by Patrick Brode

This is the first comprehensive history of the Border Cities area during its formative period in the first half of the 20th Century. The story of Windsor’s emergence during this period is largely one of confrontation...

Figuring the Population Bomb: Gender and Demography in the Mid-Twentieth Century

by Carole R. McCann

Figuring the Population Bomb traces the genealogy of twentieth-century demographic �facts� that created a mathematical panic about a looming population explosion. This narrative was popularized in the 1970s...

The Mess We're In

by Andrew Bennetts

Detailing the issues of the global refugee crisis is easy, finding a workable solution is not.

The global refugee crisis is not simple and must be thoroughly understood in order to find the best way forward....

Diaspora, Food and Identity

by Maureen Duru

This book examines the connection between food and identity in the Nigerian diaspora community in Belgium. Encounters between people from different cultures do not lead to a simple adaptation of the diet, but...