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  • Theory into Practiceby Jim Blythe; Ruth Rettie

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 199.00

    This e-book presents papers from the 2008 Academy of Marketing conference, the theme of which was Theory into Practice This ebook tries to reflect the theme of the conference by choosing papers with strong practical implications: we tried to find ones which were academically rigorous; thought-provoking; and at the same time saying something relevant... more...

  • Sociological Objectsby Geoff Cooper; Andrew King; Ruth Rettie

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2009; US$ 119.95

    What are the aims of sociology? How do they relate to the classical tradition? How, today, can we understand the relation between sociology and its object of study? This volume interrogates the changing relationship between contemporary and classical sociology and the conceptual and theoretical foundations of the discipline. The contributors argue... more...

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