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Building Effective Employment Programs for Unemployed Youth in the Middle East and North Africa

by Saad Belghazi & Anne Hilger

Given the labor market challenges that countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are facing (notably high unemployment, prevalence of skills mismatches, low labor market mobility, and lack...


Can I tell you about Parkinson's Disease?: A guide for family, friends and carers

by Alan M. Hultquist & Lydia Corrow

Nikolai invites readers to learn about Parkinson's from his perspective, helping them to understand how Parkinson's affects his daily life, why some tasks can be especially challenging for him, and how he can...


Mapping Agency: Comparing Regionalisms in Africa

by Ulrike Lorenz-Carl & Martin Rempe

Mapping Agency provides an empirically rich 'African perspective' on regionalisms in Sub-Saharan Africa. It adopts an actor-centred approach but departs from a rather simplified understanding of agency as exerting...


Reproductive Medicine and the Life Sciences in the Contemporary Economy: A Sociomaterial Perspective

by Alexander Styhre & Rebecka Arman

Based on an in-depth study of clinics offering assisted fertilization, Reproductive Medicine and the Life Sciences in the Contemporary Economy, is the first book to examine the commercialization and commodification...


Partitioned Lives: The Irish Borderlands

by Catherine Nash & Bryonie Reid

Partitioned Lives: The Irish Borderlands explores everyday life and senses of identity and belonging along a contested border whose official functions and local impacts have shifted across the twentieth century....


Creative Economies in Post-Industrial Cities: Manufacturing a (Different) Scene

by Myrna Margulies Breitbart

There has been much written on the new creative economy, but most work focuses on the so-called 'creative class,' with lifestyle preferences that favor trendy new restaurants, mountain biking, and late night...


Spaces of Contention: Spatialities and Social Movements

by Walter Nicholls & Byron Miller

This book brings together leading scholars to examine how social movements have employed spatial practices to respond to and shape changing social and political contexts. By mapping state- of- the- art conceptual...


Consuming Football in Late Modern Life

by Kevin Dixon

Consuming Football in Late Modern Life explores the phenomenon of football (soccer) fandom as consumption in the age of late modernity. By centralising fandom within the sociology of consumption, the book examines...


The Food Industries of Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

by Derek J. Oddy & Alain Drouard

The industrialization of food preservation and processing has been a dramatic development across Europe during modern times. This book sets out its story from the beginning of the nineteenth century when preservation...


Divine Service?: Judaism and Israel's Armed Forces

by Stuart A. Cohen

Soldiering, which for almost two millennia was almost entirely foreign to Jewish thought and practice, has by virtue of universal conscription become a rite of passage to citizenship in the Jewish state. For...


Building Apartheid: On Architecture and Order in Imperial Cape Town

by Nicholas Coetzer

Through a specific architectural lens, this book exposes the role the British Empire played in the development of apartheid. Through reference to previously unexamined archival material, the book uncovers a...


Zygmunt Bauman: Why Good People do Bad Things

by Shaun Best

In this ground-breaking book, Shaun Best analyses the intellectual knowledge production of Zygmunt Bauman and his rise to academic stardom in the English speaking world by evaluating the relation between his...


The Production of Hospice Space: Conceptualising the Space of Caring and Dying

by Sarah McGann

By linking health, social and architectural theory and establishing conceptual principles, this book defines 'hospice' as a philosophy that is underpinned by space and spatial practice. In putting forward the...


America's Public Holidays

by Ellen M. Litwicki

From the revered Memorial Day to the forgotten Lasties Day, America's Public Holidays is a timely and thoughtful analysis of how the civic culture of America has been fashioned. By analyzing how holidays became...


How to Start a Magazine: And Publish It Profitably

by James B. Kobak

Anyone who wants to start a magazine and doesn't own this book is a fool.-Victor Navasky, Publisher, The Nation Timely and informative, this book explains all the steps needed in planning, testing, and executing...


The American Dream Through the Eyes of Black African Immigrants in Texas

by Ami R. Moore

This book investigates whether black African immigrants in Texas are achieving the American dream. During interviews with Moore, they reported that their lives in the United States had been, at best, incomplete....


Our Land Before We Die

by Jeff Guinn

In Our Land Before We Die, Jeff Guinn traces the little-known history of the runaway slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades to live alongside the Seminole Indians. Deeply rooted in tribal oral history, and...


The Empathic Civilization

by Jeremy Rifkin

"One of the leading big-picture thinkers of our day" (Utne Reader) delivers his boldest work in this erudite, tough-minded, and far-reaching manifesto.

Never has the world seemed so completely united-in the...


Advance Care Planning: Communicating About Matters of Life and Death

by Leah Rogne Ph. D. & CT Susana McCune MA

While advance directives hold a great deal of promise for ensuring self-determination and quality of life near its end, the majority of Americans face life-threatening illness without having completed effective...


The Agrarian Sociology Of Ancient Civilizations

by Max Weber

Max Weber, widely recognized as the greatest of the founders of classical sociology, is often associated with the development of capitalism in Western Europe and the analysis of modernity. But he also had...