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Silent War: Imperialism and the Changing Perception of Race

Paperback, 14/07/1998, £24.99
£22.49
'An important work that asks important questions about the struggle for racial equality today, and adds new insights into the history of racial thinking.' Independent on Sunday

Power of Reading: From Socrates to Twitter

Hardback, 08/10/2015, £20.00
£18.00
An eclectic and entirely original history of reading from eminent social historian Frank Furedi.

Wasted: Why Education Isn't Educating 2ed

Paperback, 25/11/2010, £15.99
£14.39
Draws attention to the education system. This book peers into the hollowness of the education debates and, drawing on thinkers from the ancient Greeks to modern critics, it sets out what we need from our schools.

Mythical Past - Elusive Future

Paperback, 15/11/1991, £24.99
£22.49
Furedi finds a disturbingly deep conservative agenda stifling the experimental and new ideas around the studying of history.

Population and Development

7, 09/08/1997, £16.99
£15.29
aeo Offers a lively introduction to world population growth and the debates which surround it. aeo Original and provocative argument -- Furedi argues thatt he changing character of the population agenda is itself a problem worthy of investigation. aeo It challenges the basic assumptions of mainstream demographers and population professionals.

Moral Crusades in an Age of Mistrust

Hardback, 19/03/2013, £26.00
£23.40
The epidemic of scandals unleashed by the Savile Scandal highlights the precarious status of relations of trust. The rapid escalation of this crisis offers insights into the relationship between anxieties about childhood and the wider moral order. This book explains why western society has become so uncomfortable with the exercise of authority.