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The Disappearing Male

by Joan Lachkar

The Disappearing Male by Joan Lachkar, PhD, provides psychoanalytic/psychodynamic descriptions of eight different kinds of men who “disappear” from relationships seemingly without warning or explanation....


Stress Response Syndromes: PTSD, Grief, Adjustment, and Dissociative Disorders

by Mardi J. Horowitz

Stress Response Syndromes is the definitive work on observation, theory, and treatment of post-traumatic conditions. The remarkable scope provides a basic understanding of the adaptive functions of memory and...


The Case for Capital Punishment

by Alfred B., Jr. Heilbrun

Does the prospect of possible execution save lives by deterring the act of murder? Heilbrun presents evidence concerning whether state death penalties demonstrate the two necessary properties of a true deterrent....


Empowering Bernard Lonergan's Legacy: Toward Implementing an Ethos for Inquiry and a Global Ethics

by John Raymaker

Raymaker offers an interdisciplinary approach to Bernard Lonergan’s work. He presents a series of five “feedback matrices” to situate his work within a historical context. One can best empower Lonergan’s...


Call From the Cave: Our Cruel Nature and Quest for Power

by Jon Huer

This book explores the nature of power in persons, groups, and nations by asking a question that we can understand in contemporary terms: what would Bill Gates do if he had Hitler’s absolute power? Huer argues...


New Orleans: A Food Biography

by Elizabeth M. Williams & Ken Albala

New Orleans’ celebrated status derives in large measure from its incredibly rich food culture, based mainly on Creole and Cajun traditions. At last, this world-class destination has its own food biography....


The Great CoMission: Making Sense of Making Disciples

by Brooks St. Clair Morton

This book presupposes that pastors and seminarians deeply desire to answer the question of all questions: how do I make disciples of Jesus Christ? The Great CoMission is a practical guide that will be helpful...


Mediating Cultures: Parenting in Intercultural Contexts

by Tina M. Harris, Alberto Gonzalez & Carlos Aleman

This book explores how parents make sense of, and respond to, differing cultural influences within their family. Chapters identify the communication strategies employed by the parents as they strive to create...


Fashion Brands: Branding Style from Armani to Zara

by Mark Tungate

Fashion Brands explores the popularization of fashion and explains how marketers and branding experts have turned clothes and accessories into objects of desire.


Engineers and Communities: Transforming Sanitation in Contemporary Brazil

by Earthea Nance

Engineers and Communities traces the evolution of a small but important innovation in Brazil from 1980 through 2005. Through a series of grand experiments with participatory water and sanitation, coalitions...


Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy

by Jacquelyn Kegley & Krzyszof Piotr Skowronski

The book presents a variety of philosophical and socio-political perspectives related to the relationship between persuasion and compulsion in democracy. It meets the need of the present time, in America and...


A Localized Culture of Welfare: Entitlements, Stratification, and Identity in a Chinese Lineage Village

by Kwok-shing Chan

This book presents an ethnographic account of the significance of kinship in welfare matters in Chinese society. It will be a useful reference book and secondary text for anthropologists, sociologists and university...


Missionary Impositions: Conversion, Resistance, and other Challenges to Objectivity in Religious Ethnography

by Hillary K. Crane & Deana Weibel

The essays composed in this book encompass ethnographic fieldwork in Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, and other populations, addressing such topics as the fluidity of the anthropologist's own religious identity,...


Simplicity: A Meta-Metaphysics

by Craig Dilworth

Simplicity provides a new logic with which to approach intellectual situations. Using the simplicity way of thinking as a tool helps clarify intellectual standpoints and conceptually problematic situations in...


Taiwan and the Rise of China: Cross-Strait Relations in the Twenty-first Century

by Chung-chian Teng, Baogang Guo & Peter K. H. Yu

Taiwan and the Rise of China examines one of the fast evolving, yet very volatile, fragile and asymmetric, bilateral relations in East Asia. The insightful analyses provided by the experts of China studies should...


The Pedagogy of Pop: Theoretical and Practical Strategies for Success

by Denise F. Blum, Edward A. Janak & Yvette Benavides

This book is a tool for educators at all levels to embrace infusing popular culture into their teaching in ways that both embrace and resist contemporary thinking. Its chapters provide a range of theoretical...


Soviet Society in the Era of Late Socialism, 1964-1985

by Gulnaz Sharafutdinova, Neringa Klumbyte & Kate Brown

In Soviet Society in the Era of Late Socialism, 1964–85, Neringa Klumbyte and Gulnaz Sharafutdinova bring together scholarship examining the social and cultural life of the USSR and Eastern Europe from 1964...


The Microstates of Europe: Designer Nations in a Post-Modern World

by P. Christiaan Klieger

The seven microstates of Europe are remarkable not only for their size, but their persistence as well. It is a sociopolitical phenomenon that has rarely been addressed, but this book shows how it may have clues...


Bridging the Culture Gap: A Practical Guide to International Business Communication

by Penny Carte & Chris Fox

Bridging the Culture Gap is a practical guide to international business communication. The more national boundaries a company crosses, the greater the scope for misunderstanding and conflict, especially as globalization...


Teaching in an Age of Ideology

by John von Heyking, Lee Trepanier & Leah Bradshaw

This volume explores the role of some of the most prominent twentieth-century philosophers and political thinkers as teachers. It examines what obstacles they confronted as teachers and how they overcame them...