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Ethnic and Racial Studies Today

by Martin Bulmer & John Solomos

This important collection addresses recent developments in the teaching, studying and presentation of race across many disciplines, including sociology, politics, social geography, cultural studies and philosophy....


French Politics: Debates and Controversies

by Robert Elgie & Steven Griggs

French Politics presents basic information about the French political system in an accessible way, and analyses in detail the most important debates and controversies surrounding French politics. It is essential...


British Low Culture: From Safari Suits to Sexploitation

by Leon Hunt Unpr Chq & Leon Hunt

The trickle down of permissiveness into mass consumption is viewed as a key feature of the 1970s. Hunt considers the values of an ostensibly 'bad' decade and analyses the implications of the 1970s for issues...


The Lesbian History Sourcebook: Love and Sex Between Women in Britain from 1780-1970

by Alison Oram & Annmarie Turnbull

Drawing on a wide range of diverse source material this groundbreaking critical anthology discusses the lives of lesbians from the late eighteenth century to the 1970s.


Britain, Japan and Pearl Harbour: Avoiding War in East Asia, 1936-1941

by Antony Best

Recent controversies about Pearl Harbour have highlighted the need for a new assessment of British policy towards Japan during the period leading up to the Pacific War. Britain, Japan and Pearl Harbour provides...


Elvis After Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend

by Gilbert B. Rodman

'For a dead man, Elvis Presley is awfully noisy. His body may have failed him in 1977, but today his spirit, his image, and his myths do more than live on: they flourish, they thrive, they multiply.'

Why is Elvis...


Social Movements in Britain

by Paul Byrne

An accessible and engaging study which examines the recent growth of non-mainstream political movements such as Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth in the wake of an increasing dissatisfaction with traditional...


The Abolitionists: The Family and Marriage Under Attack

by Ronald Fletcher

A controversial and impressive defence of the modern family in which Ronald Fletcher turns his attention to the range of critics who have advocated the abolition of the family.


The Economics of Feasible Socialism

by Alec Nove

This is a path-breaking book. Characteristically readable, controversial and full of insights, Nove identifies a workable socialist programme, achievable in the lifetime of a child born today, that avoids far-fetched...


Rules in the Making: A Statistical Analysis of Regulatory Agency Behavior

by Wesley Magat, Alan J. Krupnick & Winston Harrington

Rules in the Making represents an attempt to revolutionize ways of thinking about regulatory decision-making. The book tries to show that statistical methodologies can be used to determine what factors are important...


Compliance & Public Authority: A Theory with International Applications

by Oran R. Young

Offers a theory of compliance and authority that wouild be applicable to behavior concerning economic contracts, law, enforcement, and international relations. It examiones the problem of compliance in centralized...


A Policy Approach to Political Representation: Lessons from the Four Corners States

by Helen M. Ingram, Nancy K. Laney & John R. McCain

Analyzes the extent to which the voters of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah are concerned about problems associated with development and the extent to which state senators respond to voters' concerns....


Environmental Quality Analysis: Theory & Method in the Social Sciences

by Allen V. Kneese & Blair T. Bower

This book brings together state-of-the-art papers describing comprehensive approaches to residuals management and emphasizes the need for interdisciplinary solutions to complex environmental problems. Originally...


Enjoy Your Symptom!: Jacques Lacan in Hollywood and Out

by Slavoj Žižek

First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


War on the Family: Mothers in Prison and the Families They Leave Behind

by Renny Golden

First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Gentrification

by Loretta Lees, Tom Slater & Elvin Wyly

Gentrification presents major theoretical ideas and concepts with case studies, and summaries of the ideas in the book as well as offering ideas for future research. Written for upper-level undergraduates in...


Violent Geographies: Fear, Terror, and Political Violence

by Derek Gregory & Allan Pred

This is a perceptive collection of essays that explores the complexity of political violence across the globe, they explore the historical pasts of places and regions to understand the turmoil of political violence...


Pathologies of Modern Space: Empty Space, Urban Anxiety, and the Recovery of the Public Self

by Kathryn Milun

First Published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Globalization of Israel: McWorld in Tel Aviv, Jihad in Jerusalem

by Uri Ram

This book focuses on how globalization is impacting contemporary Israel, it focuses on two conflicting trends; liberal democracy with a cosmopolitan edge, and ethno-religious traditionalism. Ram's book will...


Freaks, Geeks, and Cool Kids

by Murray Milner

Freaks, Geeks, and Cool Kids argues that the teenage behaviors that annoy adults do not arise from "hormones," bad parenting, poor teaching, or "the media," but from adolescents' lack of power over the central...