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Neighborhoods & Crime

by Robert J. Bursik, Harold G. Grasmick & Bursik

This book is an excellent resource in examining the influence that community control can have on crime.


Solidarity with Solidarity: Western European Trade Unions and the Polish Crisis, 1980-1982

by Idesbald Goddeeris, Stefan Berger & Nino De Amicis

The Polish crisis in the early 1980s provoked a great deal of reaction in the West. Not only governments, but social movements were also touched by the changes. This book analyzes Western European social reaction...


The Cool-Kawaii: Afro-Japanese Aesthetics and New World Modernity

by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein

The Cool-Kawaii: Afro-Japanese Aesthetics and New World Modernity, by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein, analyzes and compares African American cool culture and the Japanese aesthetics of kawaii or cute and characterizes...


Religion and the Critical Mind: A Journey for Seekers, Doubters, and the Curious

by Anton K. Jacobs

Many people have a deep curiosity about religion and its shortcomings. This book, written for the general reader, takes a comprehensive look at the critiques of religion in Western history and the courageous...


A Most Human Enterprise: Controversies in the Social Sciences

by Donald O. Granberg & John F. Galliher

A Most Human Enterprise looks at controversial social science research methods and their effects on subjects and researchers. In detailing case studies in which plagiarism was alleged, subjects were mislead...


American Remakes of British Television: Transformations and Mistranslations

by Heather Marcovitch, Carlen Lavigne & Jennifer Andrews

American Remakes of British Television: Transformations and Mistranslations, edited by Carlen Lavigne and Heather Marcovitch, is an international, multidisciplinary collection exploring a specific set of television...


Higher Education and Equality of Opportunity: Cross-National Perspectives

by Fred Lazin, N. Jayaram & Matt Evans

This volume provides a broad overview of recent higher education policy in a variety of countries, both developed and developing, around the world. Using interdisciplinary methods and analysis, it focuses on...


The Art of Engagement: Bridging the Gap Between People and Possibilities

by Jim Haudan

"Haudan's approach helps organizations bring strategies to life by engaging the hearts and minds of their people."

-Marcus Buckingham, bestselling author of Go Put Your Strengths to Work

Almost any business...


Intermedialities: Philosophy, Arts, Politics

by Henk Oosterling & Ewa Plonowska Ziarek

As an alternative to universalism and particularism, Intermedialities: Philosophy, Arts, Politics proposes 'intermedialities' as a new model of social relations and intercultural dialogue. The concept of 'intermedialities'...


Japan's Siberian Intervention, 1918-1922: 'A Great Disobedience Against the People'

by Paul E. Dunscomb

The first complete narrative of Japan's Siberian Intervention in either Japanese or English placing the intervention in the context of the evolution of Japanese imperialism and of its domestic politics. It represents...


Crucible of Freedom: Workers' Democracy in the Industrial Heartland, 1914-1960

by Eric Leif Davin

Working people created a new America in the 1930s and 1940s which was a fundamental departure from the feudalistic and hierarchical America which existed before. In the process, class politics re-defined the...


Augustine and Philosophy

by Phillip Cary, John Doody & Kim Paffenroth

The essays in this book, by a variety of leading Augustine scholars, examine not only Augustine's multifaceted philosophy and its relation to his epoch-making theology, but also his practice as a philosopher,...


Dealing with a Juggernaut: Analyzing Poland's Policy toward Russia, 1989-2009

by Joanna A. Gorska

Joanna A. Gorska's Dealing with a Juggernaut: Analyzing Poland's Policy towards Russia, 1989-2009 is the first substantial study of Poland's foreign policy interaction with its more powerful eastern neighbor,...


The Russian Quest for Peace and Democracy

by Metta Spencer

The Russian Quest for Peace and Democracy, by Metta Spencer, traces the changing orientations toward peace and democracy among Soviet/Russian citizens since 1982, revealing the extreme influence of transnational...


The Meaning of Gay: Interaction, Publicity, and Community among Homosexual Men in 1960s San Francisco

by Todd J. Ormsbee

The Meaning of Gay traces the conflicts among San Francisco's gay men and with the dominant society, describing the broad range of meanings they came to ascribe onto 'gayness' between 1962 and 1972. Combining...


What Do We Expect from Our Government?

by Joshua M. Chanin, Beryl A. Radin & Alison Brooks

What Do We Expect From Our Government? provides a glimpse at this set of developments by focusing on a number of policies, such as climate change, immigration, and terrorism, as well as governance processes...


Peoples of the Earth: Ethnonationalism, Democracy, and the Indigenous Challenge in 'Latin' America

by Martin Edwin Andersen & Robert A. Pastor

This book explores the culture of indigenous peoples in Latin America, the fundamental challenges they offer to traditional Euro-American notions of democracy, citizenship and develop the interface of these...


Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver: Honoring the Work of Leon R. Kass

by Yuval Levin, Thomas W. Merrill & Adam Schulman

For more than forty years Leon R. Kass has been a prolific and distinguished writer, an outstanding teacher of the humanities, and a wise interpreter of the moral implications of modern science. In Apples of...


Race and Sex across the French Atlantic: The Color of Black in Literary, Philosophical and Theater Discourse

by Frieda Ekotto

Race and Sex across the French Atlantic is a critical reconceptualization of the contributions of France and the French-speaking world to race relations in the continental United States. Radically re-evaluating...


Human Killing Machines: Systematic Indoctrination in Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda, and Abu Ghraib

by Adam Lankford

Human Killing Machines offers a comparative analysis of the indoctrination methods used to produce violence in the famous Milgram and Zimbardo psychological experiments, as well as Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda,...