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  • Do It Anywayby Courtney E. Martin

    Beacon Press 2010; US$ 16.00

    If you care about social change but hate feel-good platitudes, Do It Anyway is the book for you. Courtney Martin?s rich profiles of the new generation of activists dig deep, to ask the questions that really matter: How do you create a meaningful life? Can one person even begin to make a difference in our hugely complex, globalized world? more...

  • Driving Social Changeby Paul C. Light; Catherine B. Reynolds

    Wiley 2010; US$ 27.95

    Strategies for long-term social impact This important new book illustrates how to create the socialbreakthroughs needed to solve urgent global threats such aspoverty, disease, and hunger. It then turns to three alternative,but complementary, paths to social breakthrough: social protecting,social exploring, and social advocacy, providing a detailed... more...

  • Global Movementsby Kevin McDonald

    Wiley 2015; US$ 88.95

    Over the past decade we have witnessed the extraordinary rise of new global movements that throw into question the way we think about culture, power and action in a globalizing world. Examines three of the most significant global social movements of the last decade: anti-globalization, new Islamic movements, and the Falun Gong in China. Explores... more...

  • Social Movements and New Technologyby Victoria Carty

    Westview Press 2015; US$ 19.99

    From Twitter to MoveOn.Org to the Tea Party, an innovative new book that shows how the Internet and mobile technologies have changed and continue to change our understanding of social movements. more...

  • Creating Heaven on Earthby Paul Marcus

    Karnac Books 2015; US$ 26.95

    How does one best fashion an "internal" world, a personal identity, that creates the conditions of psychological possibility to apprehend immortality, that almost magical Infinite-conceived as something-outside-everything, God, or the Other-from everyday living? The art of living the "good life"-following Freud, one of deep and wide love, creative... more...

  • Resilience & Melancholyby Robin James

    John Hunt Publishing 2015; US$ 9.99

    Neoliberalism co-opts noisy riots like feminism and hardcore music--can melancholic siren songs fight back? more...

  • Surveillance and Securityby Torin Monahan

    CRC Press 2006; US$ 33.95

    This is a volume of original contributions from scholars in 8 different humanities and social science disciplines. The aim of the book is to present a range of surveillance technologies used everyday life and investigate the politics of their use. It is truly an interdisciplinary project that will find purchase in courses on security studies and the... more...

  • What Are You Optimistic About?by John Brockman

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    The nightly news and conventional wisdom tell us that things are bad and getting worse. Yet despite dire predictions, scientists see many good things on the horizon. John Brockman, publisher of Edge (www.edge.org), the influential online salon, recently asked more than 150 high-powered scientific thinkers to answer a vital question for our frequently... more...

  • Papier, hier!...?by Wouter Kalkman

    Amsterdam University Press 2006; US$ 10.50

    Verzekeren via internet staat volop in de belangstelling. Maar maakt de Nederlandse wetgeving het aanvragen en sluiten van een verzekering en het verstrekken van een elektronische polis via internet wel voldoende mogelijk? Consumenten die rechtstreeks met een verzekeraar een verzekering willen sluiten, kunnen meer informatie via e-mail en internet... more...

  • Living and Functioning in the e-Societyby Mike Cushman; Rachel McLean

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 199.00

    Information Systems researchers have long been aware of the risks posed by the ever wider adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs). However most recognition of problems has largely been confined to disruption in the workplace and the risk to organisational effectiveness posed by poorly designed or implemented systems. There has... more...