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- Pan Macmillan Australia 2013; US$ 14.54
First published in 1994, Hugh Mackay's Why Don't People Listen? sold 40,000 copies and became a classic on the art of successful communication. This ebook-only edition has been fully revised and updated to include a summary of the benefits and pitfalls of multi-media communication. Hugh Mackay shows us a simple yet revolutionary way to improve... more...
- Hachette Australia 2010; US$ 29.99
If you could slip away unnoticed from your day-to-day life, would you?If you could cover your tracks, if you could fly away, if you could start a new life: would you do it?Tom is a burnt-out counsellor who readers first encountered in WINTER CLOSE. Myra is his client. Ruth, a busy GP and mother of three, is his neighbour. Rich, her husband, has left... more...
- Hachette Australia 2010; US$ 19.99
A penetrating tale about suburbia and the social relationships people form to survive in the modern world from bestselling author Hugh MacKay.Winter Close, a small, undistinguished cul-de-sac is home to an eclectic, vibrant group of people: the dubious Chika, eccentric old Mrs Spenser, the self-conscious Abels, the mysterious Stuthridges and the laid... more...
- Pan Macmillan Australia 2013; US$ 11.81
"No one can promise you that a life lived for others will bring you a deep sense of satisfaction, but it's certain that nothing else will." Hugh Mackay has spent his entire working life asking Australians about their values, motivations, ambitions, hopes and fears. Now, in The Good Life , he addresses the ultimate question: What makes a life... more...
- Pan Macmillan Australia 2013; US$ 18.17
The hardest thing, finally, is to accept our insignificance in the scheme of things - or perhaps to accept that there is no 'scheme of things'. Tom Harper, a 43-year-old Australian psychologist, is in self-imposed exile in London, living down a sexual indiscretion with a client. Through a chance meeting at the Royal Academy, he makes friends with... more...
- Pan Macmillan Australia 2014; US$ 11.81
The eternal question 'Who am I?' must be weighed against an even deeper question: 'Who are we?' We are writing each other's stories as much as we are writing our own. In his bestselling book, The Good Life , Hugh Mackay argued that kindness and respect for others are the hallmarks of a life well lived. Now in The Art of Belonging Mackay... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 65.95
This lively and engaging text introduces students to the major debates and data on the information society, and at the same time teaches them how to research it. It gives an overview of: * theorists of the information society, particularly Manuel Castells and Daniel Bell * social research methodologies, including positivist, interpretivist, critical... more...