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- Palgrave Macmillan 2008; US$ 115.00
Examining the ways in which majority Western cultures govern, represent and exclude those that are considered to be ethically 'other', this book asks what is the impact of globalization, governance and Western immigration controls on the construction of the majority 'self' and the minority 'other'? more...
- Amsterdam University Press 2009; US$ 54.00
Kunnen de computerwetenschappers bijdragen aan een oplossing van sociale problemen? Kan logica gebruikt worden om sociale interactie te modelleren? Zijn er regels op te stellen om groepen met afwijkende voorkeuren tot redelijke besluiten te laten komen?. Discourses on Social Software biedt de lezer een ideale inleiding op (nog nieuwe) gebied van sociale... more...
- Policy Press 2002; US$ 32.50
This book provides a rigorous and challenging review of recent research in the realms of communication and cultural diversity. Focusing, in particular, on health communication interventions concerning service users who may lack fluency in English, it shows that meeting the needs of all health service users, depends on both structures and processes... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2010; US$ 19.00
In Indian Givers and Native Roots, renowned anthropologist Jack Weatherford opened the eyes of tens of thousands of readers to the clash between Native American and European cultures. Now, in his brilliant new book, Weatherford broadens his focus to examine how civilization threatens to obliterate unique tribal and ethnic cultures around the world... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 134.95
Demonstrating both that identity is fluid and multifaceted rather than fixed, and that people of an interethnic background do not necessarily experience identity conflict as proposed by some social scientists, Multifaceted Identity of Inter-ethnic Young People explores the manner in which interethnic young people define their identities. As such, it... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2010; US$ 23.00
"Tomorrow belongs to women," notes celebrated anthropologist Helen Fisher. In her explosive new book, The First Sex, she illustrates this enticing assertion. Drawing on original research, Fisher reveals how women and their natural talents are changing the world, making them ideal leaders and successful shapers of business and society--today and on... more...
- Aarhus University Press 2006; US$ 83.95
This book deals with the interrelationship between society and war seen through the analytical eyes of anthropologists and archaeologists. War is a ghastly thing, which unfortunately thrives almost everywhere in the world today. We need, therefore, to have a better understanding of what war does to people and their societies. War produces change, and... more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2011; US$ 40.00
This highly accessible book illustrates how policy makers can address and nurture the effects of growing ethnic diversity in European labor markets. The contributors present an unprecedented large-scale study on ethnic diversity in European labor markets via a combination of hard data analysis with expert evaluation of integration practices and policy... more...
- Oxford University Press 2000; US$ 73.99
The Multiculturalism of Fear argues for a liberal account of multiculturalism which draws on a liberalism of fear like that articulated by Judith Shklar and inspired by Montesquieu. Liberalism should not be centrally concerned either with preserving or with transcending cultural communities, practices, and identities. Rather, it should focus on mitigating... more...