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Europe in the Global Age

Paperback, 26/10/2006, £17.99
£16.19
Europe's social model - its system of welfare and social protection - is regarded by many as the jewel in the crown. It is what helps to give the European societies their distinctive qualities of social cohesion and care for the vulnerable.

Essential Concepts in Sociology 2ed

Paperback, 31/03/2017, £14.99
£13.49
Social life is in a constant process of change, and sociology can never stand still. As a result, sociology today is a theoretically diverse enterprise, covering a huge range of subjects and drawing on a broad array of research methods.

Capitalism and Modern Social Theory: An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber

Paperback, £22.99
£20.69
The classic text for any student seeking to understand the three thinkers who established the basic framework of contemporary sociology.

Constitution of Society: Outline of the Theory of Structuration

Hardback, 10/04/1986, £18.99
£17.09
Anthony Giddens has been in the forefront of developments in social theory for the past decade.

Turbulent and Mighty Continent: What Future for Europe?

Paperback, 16/12/2014, £18.99
£17.09
Winner of the 2014 European Book Prize. A "United States of Europe", Winston Churchill proposed in 1946, could "as if by a miracle transform" that "turbulent and mighty continent". "In this way only", he continued, "will hundreds of millions of toilers be able to regain the simple joys and hopes which make life worth living".

Sociology 8ed

Paperback, 03/03/2017, £29.99
£26.99
Now in its eighth edition, this continues to be the indispensable guide to understanding the world we make and the lives we lead. Revised and updated throughout, it remains unrivalled in its vibrant, engaging and authoritative introduction to sociology.

Beyond Left and Right: Future of Radical Politics

Paperback, 23/10/1994, £18.99
£17.09
In this book Anthony Giddens develops a new framework for radical politics addressing the basic political issue of today: what happens to political theory after the fall of the Left? He draws freely on what he calls "philosophic conservatism", but applies this outlook in the service of values normally associated with the Left.