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Vulnerable Populations Vol 2

by Suzanne Sgroi

A companion to the original Vulnerable Populations, the second volume focuses on treatment initiatives that address therapy and reeducation for both abusers and the victims of sexual abuse.

Composed of four sections,...


Union and States' Rights: 150 Years After Sumter, a Legal History of Interposition, Nullification, and Secession

by Neil H. Cogan

Edited by Neil H. Cogan, who is a well-versed legal scholar of constitutional law, civil rights, and civil and criminal procedures, this volume is a collection of papers on a central issue of governance in the...


The Laws of Nature: Reflections on the Evolution of Ecosystem Management Law & Policy

by Kalyani Robbins

This timely collection written by an interdisciplinary array of law professors, who specialize in legal and policy issues surrounding ecosystem management, and scholars and practitioners in areas such as environmental...


Behavior in Public Places

by Erving Goffman

Erving Goffman effectively extends his argument in favor of a diagnosis of deviant behavior which takes account of the whole social situation.


David Hume

by Christopher J. Berry

In this compelling and accessible account of the life and thought of the Scottish Enlightenment philosopher David Hume (1711-1776), Professor Christopher J. Berry of the University of Glasgow argues that the...


John Locke

by Eric Mack

John Locke (1632-1704), one of the great philosophers, is probably best known for his contributions to political thought. In this outstanding volume, Eric Mack explains Locke's philosophical position, placing...


Thomas Hobbes

by R.E.R. Bunce

In this volume, Dr Bunce (University of Cambridge) introduces Hobbes' ambitious philosophical project to discover the principles that govern the social world. If Hobbes' immodest assessment that he successfully...


Edmund Burke

by Dennis O'Keeffe

Edmund Burke, 1729-1797, was perceived as leading progressive figure until he published his reaction to the French Revolution, Reflections on the Revolution in France, which he wrote as the Revolution unfolded....


Alexis de Tocqueville

by Alan S. Kahan

Alexis de Tocqueville was the author of two masterpieces, Democracry in America and The Old Regime and the Revolution. In this volume, Alan S. Kahan, one of the world's leading authorities on Tocqueville's work,...


Emerging Powers in a Comparative Perspective: The Political and Economic Rise of the BRIC Countries

by Vidya Nadkarni & Norma C. Noonan

The book examines the rising influence of emerging powers in global politics, with a special focus on the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China).

Chapters contributed by international scholars first look...


Angelic Troublemakers: Religion and Anarchism in America

by A. Terrance Wiley

Angelic Troublemakers is the first detailed account of what happens when religious ethics, political philosophy, and the anarchist spirit intermingle. Wiley deftly captures the ideals that inspired three revered...


Filmspeak: How to Understand Literary Theory by Watching Movies

by Edward Tomarken

Filmspeak is an accessible, innovative book which uses specific examples to show how once arcane literary and cultural theory has infiltrated popular culture.

Theory reaches us in ways we do not even realize....


Michael Oakeshott

by Edmund Neill

British philosopher Michael Oakeshott is widely considered as one of a key conservative thinkers of the 20th century. After publishing many works on religion, he became mostly known for his works on political...


The Single Currency and European Citizenship: Unveiling the Other Side of The Coin

by Giovanni Moro

Established in 2002, the Euro is now the currency of 17 countries used by over 335 million people daily. Although the single currency is much discussed in terms of macroeconomics and global finances, policymakers...


The Handbook of Fashion Studies

by Bloomsbury Publishing

The handbook is an invaluable resource for students and scholars, providing a comprehensive and innovative overview of the field of fashion studies. The outstanding scholarly articles point the way forward for...


Reconciling Community and Subjective Life: Trauma Testimony as Political Theorizing in the Work of Jean Am¿ry and Imre Kert¿sz

by Magdalena Zolkos

Examines issues of transitional justice and reconciliation from a critical, political theory perspective rarely applied in this area of study.


Politics of Happiness: Connecting the philosophical ideas of Hegel, Nietzsche and Derrida to the Political Ideologies of happiness

by Ross Abbinnett

This unique and engaging study argues that the Western concern with achieving happiness should be understood in terms of its relationship to the political ideologies that have emerged since the Enlightenment....


Extreme Right Wing Political Violence and Terrorism

by Max Taylor, P.M. Currie & Donald Holbrook

In this collection, senior experts explore all aspects of extreme right wing political violence, from the nature of the threat, processes of engagement, and ideology to the lessons that can be drawn from exiting...


Women's Earliest Records: From Ancient Egypt and Western Asia

by Barbara S. Lesko

This work compiles writings and discussions regarding the roles and statuses of ordinary women in the ancient Near East. This digital edition was derived from ACLS Humanities E-Book's (http://www.humanitiesebook.org)...


Social Change in the Modern Era

by Daniel Chirot

An examination of social change around the world from a global and historical perspective. Part One explains the rise of the Western world from the 1500s, while Parts Two and Three focus on the 20th century....