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Rationality and the Study of Religion

by Jeppe S. Jensen & Luther Martin

Does rationality, the intellectual bedrock of all science, apply to the study of religion?

Religion, arguably the most subjective area of human behaviour, has particular challenges associated with its study....

The Photography Handbook

by Terence Wright

This second edition provides an introduction to the principles of photographic practice and theory. It explores the history of lens-based image-making and examines the medium's characteristics, scope and limitations....

Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Indo-China: Volume II

A Manual of Hindu Pantheism: The Vedantasara

Home Truths about Domestic Violence: Feminist Influences on Policy and Practice - A Reader

by Jalna Hanmer & Catherine Itzin

While men's violence to women is an everyday culturally supported activity, this reader demonstrates: that men's violence can be curtailed and that women and children can be assisted effectively; that state...


by Gerard Delanty

The increasing individualism of modern Western society has been accompanied by an enduring nostalgia for the idea of community as a source of security and belonging and, in recent years, as an alternative to...

The Gendered Cyborg: A Reader

by Fiona Hovenden, Linda Janes & Gill Kirkup

The Gendered Cyborg explores the relationship between representation, technoscience and gender, through the metaphor of the cyborg. The contributors argue that the figure of the cyborg offers ways of thinking...

Pierre Bourdieu

by Richard Jenkins

This short critical introduction to Pierre Bourdieu's thought is a model of clarity and insight. Where Bourdieu's own writings are often complex, even ambiguous, Richard Jenkins is direct, concise and to the...

Opposition Politics in Japan: Strategies Under a One-Party Dominant Regime

by Stephen Johnson

The Liberal Democratic Party in Japan remained in power continuously between 1955 and 1993. In this groundbreaking study of the dominance of the LDP in Japanese politics over the last forty years, Opposition...

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by G. Williams

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The Nature of the Japanese State: Rationality and Rituality

by Brian J. Mcveigh

Brian J. McVeigh uses a unique anthropological approach to step outside flawed stereotypes of Japanese society and really engage in the current debate over the role of bureaucracy in Japanese politics.

To many...

Social Perspectives in Lesbian and Gay Studies: A Reader

by Peter M. Nardi & Beth E. Schneider

This comprehensive reader brings a social science perspective to an area hitherto dominated by the humanities. Through it, students will be able to follow the story of how sociology has come to engage with gay...

Collective Action in the European Union: Interests and the New Politics of Associability

by Mark Aspinwall & Justin Greenwood

Collective Action in the European Union addresses fundamental questions surrounding the European political economy. The impressive array of contributors ask how and why collective action is formed at the European...

Boundaries in an Overconnected World: Setting Limits to Preserve Your Focus, Privacy, Relationships, and Sanity

by Anne Katherine

Prescriptive advice for how to handle all sorts of challenges from being online and connected, whether it's maintaining your family's privacy, online dating, chat rooms, work boundaries, email etiquette, etc....

History of British Film (Volume 4): The History of the British Film 1918 - 1929

by Rachael Low

This set is one of the cornerstones of film scholarship, and one of the most important works on twentieth century British culture. Published between 1948 and 1985, the volumes document all aspects of film making...

Managing Political Change in Singapore: The Elected Presidency

by Lam Peng Er & Kevin Tan

The Singapore parliament's creation of an elected presidency in 1991 was the biggest constitutional and political change in Singapore's modern era. This multi-disciplinary study gathers papers from leading scholars...

History of Art: A Students' Handbook

by Marcia Pointon

History of Art covers training and vocational aspects of Art History, providing a wealth of information on the different kinds of courses available on the relationship between, for example, museum and gallery...

Life in a Japanese Women's College: Learning to Be Ladylike

by Brian J. Mcveigh

One third of the Japanese female workforce are 'office ladies' and their training takes place in the many women's junior colleges. Office ladies are low-wage, low-status secretaries who have little or no job...

In the Culture Society: Art, Fashion and Popular Music

by Angela McRobbie

How do different artistic and cultural practices develop in the contemporary consumer culture? Providing a new direction in cultural studies as well as a vigorous defence of the field, Angela McRobbie's new...

Media Production Agreements: A User's Guide for Film and Programme Makers

by Philip Alberstat

Media Production Agreements is an invaluable reference tool for film, television and video producers and has been written specifically for all those involved in the media industry. Providing legal information...