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Bullseye!: Hitting Your Strategic Targets Through High-Impact

by William A. Schiemann & John H. Lingle

At last, in this book, the great paradox of measurement is resolved. According to the authors' original -- and revealing -- research companies that manage by measurement outperform less disciplined competitors...

Green Eyed Marriage

by Robert L. Barker

In this honest, sympathetic book, marital and family therapist Robert L. Barker offers real help for men and women suffering the emotional costs of a jealous partner's suspicion and rage. Based on his extensive...

Theories of the Universe

by Milton K. Munitz

The theoretical physicist shares his latest thoughts on the nature of space and time in this anthology of selections from Princeton University Press. Along with eminent colleagues, Hawking extends theoretical...

The New Rules

by John P. Kotter

Based on a landmark twenty-year study of 115 members of the Harvard Business School's Class of 1974, this vital and important book describes how the globalization of markets and competition is altering career...

Tokugawa Religion

by Robert N. Bellah

Robert N. Bellah's classic study, Tokugawa Religion does for Japan what Max Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism did for the West.  One of the foremost authorities on Japanese history and...

History of American Labor

by Joseph G. Rayback

Joseph Rayback’s history of the American labor movement.

A compact and comprehensive chronicle of where labor has been and where it is today.

World Class Manufacturing: Building Power, Strength, and Value

by Richard J. Schonberger

In his best-selling book Japanese Manufacturing Techniques, Richard J. Schonberger revolutionized American manufacturing theory and, more important, practice. In that breakthrough book, he revealed that Japanese...

Adult Psychopathology, Second Edition: A Social Work Perspective

by Francis J. Turner

The most comprehensive textbook for students in advanced social work and mental health courses is now completely revised and updated for a new generation

When Adult Psychopathology: A Social Work Perspective...

Methods of Social Research, 4th Edition

by Kenneth Bailey

An introduction for undergraduates to every stage of sociological research, showing how to deal effectively with typical problems they might encounter. The book is fully updated to include examples from the...

Understanding Human Values

by Milton Rokeach

This volume presents theoretical, methodological, and empirical advances in understanding, and also in the effects of understanding, individual and societal values.

Triumph of Conservatism

by Gabriel Kolko

A radically new interpretation of the Progressive Era which argues that business leaders, and not the reformers, inspired the era’s legislation regarding business.

When Battered Women Kill

by Angela Browne

A compassionate look at 42 battered women who felt "locked in with danger and so desperate that they killed a man they loved"; scholarly and compelling.

End of History and the Last Man

by Francis Fukuyama

Ever since its first publication in 1992, The End of History and the Last Man has provoked controversy and debate. Francis Fukuyama's prescient analysis of religious fundamentalism, politics, scientific progress,...

Death, Grief, and Mourning

by John S. Stephenson

How do Americans cope with death? Do our feelings about dying influence the way we live? How are our ideas of death different from those of our ancestors?

These questions and others are addressed in this innovative...

Embattled Courage: The Experience of Combat in the American Civil War

by Gerald Linderman

Linderman traces each soldier's path from the exhilaration of enlistment to the disillusionment of battle to postwar alienation. He provides a rare glimpse of the personal battle that raged within soldiers then...

Soviet Tragedy: A History of Socialism in Russia

by Martin Malia

"The Soviet Tragedy is an essential coda to the literature of Soviet studies...Insofar as [he] returns the power of ideology to its central place in Soviet history, Malia has made an enormous contribution. He...

Ready or Not: Why Treating Children as Small Adults Endangers Th

by Kay S. Hymowitz

"Children today grow up so fast!" How often we hear those words, uttered both in frustrated good humor and in dumbfounded astonishment. Every day the American people hear about kids doing things, both good and...

Fat and Mean: The Corporate Squeeze of Working Americans and the

by David M. Gordon

Since the early 1980s, economic experts have recommended "downsizing" as the best way for U.S. corporations to remain competitive. Reducing unnecessary staff would lower costs, increase profits, and transform...

Psychotherapist'S Guide To Psychopharmacology: Second Edition

by Michael J. Gitlin

The last twenty-five years have witnessed an explosion of knowledge about the influence of brain biochemistry on mood and behavior and about pharmacological approaches to treating mental and emotional disorders....

Cheating Monkeys and Citizen Bees: The Nature of Cooperation in Animals and Humans

by Lee Dugatkin

Cooperation is the fabric that keeps society together. Civilization could not have been achieved -- and will not be sustained -- without it. But what is it? How and why does it work? Could the secret of enhancing...