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Jews, Antisemitism, and the Middle East

by Michael Curtis

Will animosity towards Jews and the State of Israel never end? This book ventures to rectify the misrepresentations, propaganda, obsessions, and falsifications widely disseminated in the media and public discourse,...


Student Diversity at the Big Three: Changes at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton since the 1920s

by Marcia Graham Synnott

Ivy League universities face significant challenges in maintaining their professed goal to educate a reasonable number of students from all ethnic, racial, religious, and socio-economic groups while maintaining...


Cyber Selves: Feminist Ethnographies of South Asian Women

by Radhika Gajjala

In her new book Gajjala addresses the political, economic, and cultural ramifications of the explosion of Internet communication. She has developed a cyberethnography_based on case studies with email discussion...


Mass Flourishing: How Grassroots Innovation Created Jobs, Challenge, and Change

by Edmund S. Phelps

In this book, Nobel Prize-winning economist Edmund Phelps draws on a lifetime of thinking to make a sweeping new argument about what makes nations prosper--and why the sources of that prosperity are under threat...


Gringolandia: Mexican Identity and Perceptions of the United States

by Stephen D. Morris

Mexico's views of the United States have been characterized as stridently anti-American, but recent policy changes in Mexico mark a fundamental transformation in the relationship. This thoughtful and original...


What Do We Know about War?

by John A. Vasquez, Stuart A. Bremer & Michael Brecher

What Do We Know About War? reviews the causes of war and the conditions of peace. Drawing analyses from the thirty-five year history of this discipline, leading researchers explore the roles played by alliances,...


The True and Only Heaven: Progress and Its Critics

by Christopher Lasch

"A major and challenging work. . . . Provocative, and certain to be controversial. . . . Will add important new dimension to the continuing debate on the decline of liberalism." —William Julius Wilson, New...


The Culture of Narcissism: American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations

by Christopher Lasch

When The Culture of Narcissism was first published, it was clear that Christopher Lasch had identified something important: what was happening to American society in the wake of the decline of the family over...


Women and the Common Life: Love, Marriage, and Feminism

by Christopher Lasch & Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn

"Vintage Lasch.... One of the refreshments of reading him is that he states his beliefs outright."—Andrew Delbanco, New York Times Book Review Christopher Lasch has examined the role of women and the family...


The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy

by Christopher Lasch

"[A] passionate, compelling, and disturbing argument that the ills of democracy in the United States today arise from the default of its elites." —John Gray, New York Times Book Review (front-page review)...


Intro Sociol Education V 9

by Karl Mannheim & W. A. C. Stewart

First Published in 1962. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Fall: A Comparative Study of the End of Communism in Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland

by Steven Saxonberg

With a foreword by Seymour Lipset, Hoover Institution and George Mason University, USA

The Fall examines one of the twentieth century's great historical puzzles: why did the communist-led regimes in Eastern Europe...


Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia's Island of Democracy?

by John Anderson

Born out of the collapse of the USSR, Kyrgyzstan has been notable for its struggle to develop a pluralist polity and free market, an attempt that distinguishes it from some of its more authoritarian neighbors....


Armenia: At the Crossroads

by Robert Krikorian & Joseph Masih

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Armenia has remained on the brink of on the brink of becoming an economic crossroads or an isolated backwater, a democratic or authoritarian state, a peaceful and prosperous...


Belarus: A Denationalized Nation

by David Marples

In any assessment and understanding of Belarus, the key questions to address include; why has Belarus apparently rejected independence under its first president Alyaksandr Lukashenka, and sought a union with...


Women At A Crossroads

by M. Lewis Renaud

HIV ravaged the African continent faster and earlier than any other in the world, spreading primarily through unprotected heterosexual sex. Kaolack, Senegal is a town where travellers and prostitutes converge,...


Instinct and Revelation: Reflections on the Origins of Numinous Perception

by Alondra Oubre

Instinct and Revelation revolves around the hypothesis that ritual behavior and imaginative awareness in early hominids may have helped to spawn the evolution of the human brain and human consciousness. Using...


International Trade and Climate Change Policies

by Duncan Brack

Focusing on the likely impacts on trade of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol, this book examines the actual and potential conflicts between whether liberalization of trade...


Localization: A Global Manifesto

by Colin Hines

Localization is a manifesto to unite all those who recognize the importance of cultural, social and ecological diversity for our future - and who do not aspire to a monolithic global consumer culture. It is...


The Choice for Europe: Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht

by Andrew Moravcsik

The creation of the European Union arguably ranks among the most extraordinary achievements in modern world politics. Observers disagree, however, about the reasons why European governments have chosen to co-...