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Non Stop Inertia

by Ivor Southwood

A theoretical investigation into the culture of precarious work, digital consumption and personal flexibility, calling for a counter-discourse of resistance.


Meat Market: Female Flesh Under Capitalism

by Laurie Penny

Modern culture is obsessed with controlling women's bodies. Our societies are saturated with images of unreal, idealised female beauty whilst real female bodies and the women who inhabit them are alienated from...


The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

by Emily Lodge

From the earliest days of the American colonies, through the Gilded Age, to the late 20th century, The Lodge Women traces a line of the family's remarkable history that is at once intensely personal, political...


The Blue in the Air

by Marcello Carlin

A retrieved man tells how music, from Patrick Cargill to Jay-Z, retained the power to change the world in 2008.


Collective Visioning: How Groups Can Work Together for a Just and Sustainable Future

by Linda Stout

In far too many organizational meetings, equal speaking opportunity seldom results in equal say. Factors such as race, class, and personal history too often inhibit open dialogue within and among groups, which...


Deadly Indifference: The Perfect (Political) Storm: Hurricane Katrina, The Bush White House, and Beyond

by Michael D. Brown

Former Under Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Brown-infamously praised by President George W. Bush for doing a "heckuva job" in the wake of Hurricane Katrina-tells his side of the response to one of the...


Reading Between the Signs: Intercultural Communication for Sign Language Interpreters

by Anna Mindess

An essential and invaluable tool for sign language interpreters, students, and everyone wishing to understand American Deaf culture.


Thrown

by Kerry Howley

A woman infiltrates the violent world of mixed martial arts and investigates the lives of two cage fighters.


A Geography Of Time: On Tempo, Culture, And The Pace Of Life

by Robert N. Levine

A social psychologist presents an illuminating portrait of time as a human construct, tracing its evolution through history and exploring its various incarnations in cultures throughout the world. He points...


Anne of France: Lessons for my Daughter

by Sharon L. Jansen

Anne of France (1461-1522), daughter of Louis XI and sister of Charles VIII, was one of the most powerful women of her time. As the fifteenth century drew to a close, Anne composed a series of enseignements,...


Africa Rising?: BRICS -  Diversifying Dependency

by Ian Taylor

Africa is said to be rising, turning a definitive page in its history, heralding new and exciting possibilities for the continent. The Africa Rising discourse maintains that upsurge in economic growth comes...


The Spy In The Coffee Machine: The End of Privacy as We Know it

by Kieron O'Hara & Nigel Shadbolt

What do you know about the new surveillance state that has been created in the wake of pervasive computing – that is, the increasing use of very small and simple computers in all sorts of host – from your...


Technocreep: The Surrender of Privacy and the Capitalization of Intimacy

by Thomas P. Keenan

“Technology is rapidly moving into our bodies,” writes cyber expert Keenan, “and this book gives a chilling look ahead into where that road may lead us – on a one way trip to the total surrender of privacy...


Saboteurs: Wiebo Ludwig's War Against Big Oil

by Andrew Nikiforuk & Chris Hedges

At Trickle Creek in northern Alberta, Wiebo Ludwig thought he’d buffered his tiny religious community from civilization, but in 1990 civilization came calling. A Calgary oil company proposed to drill directly...


Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy (Second Edition Text) (Impact Books): With Linked Table of Contents

by Joseph A. Schumpeter

One of the most famous, debated and important books on social theory, social sciences and economics. The success of capitalism will lead to a form of corporatism in which the intellectual and social climate...


What Would Ben Say?: Poorer Richard's America

by Tom Blair & Tom Brokaw

What would Ben Franklin say if he could see us today? For decades, Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richard’s Almanack provided sage advice and commentary on eighteenth-century America. Now, a modern businessman...


Muncie 4-Speed Transmissions: How to Rebuild & Modify

by Paul Cangialosi

Paul Cangialosi has created an indispensible reference to Muncie 4-speeds that guides you through each stage of the rebuild process.


Detroit Speed's How to Build a Pro Touring Car

by Tommy Lee Byrd & Kyle Tucker

Learn about the history of Detroit Speed Engineering and how they design their performance parts.


Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible: The Surreal Heart of the New Russia

by Peter Pomerantsev

In the new Russia, even dictatorship is a reality show.

Professional killers with the souls of artists, would-be theater directors turned Kremlin puppet-masters, suicidal supermodels, Hell’s Angels who hallucinate...


National Insecurity: American Leadership in an Age of Fear

by David Rothkopf

In the wake of 9/11, America and its people have experienced a sense of vulnerability unprecedented in the nation’s recent history. Buffeted by challenges from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the financial...