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Why I Hate Communist China: My personal experience with Mao’s China

by Bo Karma

I must say that it’s quite unbelievable for me to see how many efforts the media are doing nowadays to brainwash people into accepting the Chinese values as the best in the world. It’s also very surprising...


Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style

by Cintra Wilson

As the former New York Times Critical Shopper, and voted one of Fashionista's 50 Most Influential People in New York Fashion, Cintra Wilson knows something about clothes. And in Fear and Clothing, she imparts...


Boy

by Nigel Cooper

“My parents had to try for eighteen months to conceive me, but my father was adamant he wanted one last child. After eighteen months of trying, my mother eventually conceived and nine months later I was born....


Women Wage Earners

by Helen Campbell

The one great question that today agitates the whole civilized world is an economic question. It is not the production but the distribution of wealth; in other words, the wages question,—the wages of men and...


How to grab the coffee cup. The statistical reasoning in everyday life

by Simone Di Zio

In today’s society, we are inundated by data, but the lack of familiarity with the statistical reasoning is widespread and produces an infinite number of wrong choices. Sometimes with minor impact, sometimes...


To Love and To Kill

by M. William Phelps

“Phelps dares to tread where few others will: into the mind of a killer.” —TV Rage

“Phelps is a true-crime veteran.”—New York Post

The missing-persons case of Heather Strong, a young, beautiful suburban...


The Last Voyage of the Karluk

by William Laird McKinlay

An astonishing narrative of disaster and perseverance, The Last Voyage of the Karluk will thrill readers of adventure classics like Into Thin Air and The Climb. In 1913, explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson hired...


Buddhism for Dudes: A Jarhead's Field Guide to Mindfulness

by Gerry Stribling

A tough former Marine leads Buddhist basic training for the average Joe.

In Buddhism for Dudes, Gerry “Strib” Stribling, former Marine and all-around good guy, answers questions on life and living with a...


How We Live Now: Redefining Home and Family in the 21st Century

by Bella DePaulo

A close-up examination and exploration, How We Live Now challenges our old concepts of what it means to be a family and have a home, opening the door to the many diverse and thriving experiments of living in...


Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture--and What We Can Do about It

by Kate Harding

The first non-academic, single-author book since the 1990s to examine sexual assault as a social phenomenon: noted blogger and author Kate Harding’s provocative, sharp—and yes, funny—book tackling rape...


What's Happened to Politics?

by Bob Rae

From esteemed Canadian political leader Bob Rae comes a piercing examination of the fractured state of Canadian politics and what can be done to fix it.

Segmented electorates. Endless repetition of sound bites...


Social Work Practice to the Benefit of Our Clients: Scholarly Legacy of Edward J. Mullen

by Haluk Soydan, Walter Lorenz, Inge M. Bryderup & Mike Fisher et al.

This book follows the intellectual track and legacy of one of the most illustrious social work educators of our time, Edward J. Mullen, the Willma and Albert Musher Professor Emeritus of Columbia University...


The Metamorphoses Vol. I

by Ovid

The Metamorphoses of Ovid are a compendium of the Mythological narratives of ancient Greece and Rome, so ingeniously framed, as to embrace a large amount of information upon almost every subject connected with...


Practical Guide to Child Protection: The Challenges, Pitfalls and Practical Solutions

by Joanna Nicolas

Informed by the author's experience writing serious case reviews, this book offers the practical information that child protection practitioners need and which is often absent in formal training. It offers advice...


Handbook for Practice Learning in Social Work and Social Care, Third Edition: Knowledge and Theory

by Joyce Lishman, Jane Aldgate & Steven Shardlow

This fully updated and expanded third edition of a classic text provides a comprehensive introduction to key theory, knowledge, research and evidence relating to practice learning in social work and social care....


Counselling Skills for Working with Shame

by Christiane Sanderson

Counselling Skills for Working with Shame helps professionals to understand and identify shame and to build shame resilience in both the client and themselves. Shame is ubiquitous in counselling where there...


Challenging Child Protection: New Directions in Safeguarding Children

by Janice McGhee, Lorraine Waterhouse & Brigid Daniel

Challenging Child Protection offers a ground-breaking new perspective which will illuminate and improve the professional understanding and practice of social workers and child protection workers. Taking a fresh...


The story of the Tuatha de Danaan

by Lady I. A. Gregory

It was in a mist the Tuatha de Danaan, the people of the gods of Dana, or as some called them, the Men of Dea, came through the air and the high air to Ireland. It was from the north they came; and in the place...


Androcentric Culture

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

The family is older than humanity, and therefore cannot be called a human institution. A post office, now, is wholly human; no other creature has a post office, but there are families in plenty among birds and...


Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

by Austen H. Layard

Since the publication of my first work on the discoveries at Nineveh much progress has been made in deciphering the cuneiform character, and the contents of many highly interesting and important inscriptions...