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    Diversity in family life

    £24.29 £26.99
    The book aims to show that, in the 21st century, it is possible to live, love, form a family without sex, without children, without a shared home, without a partner, without a working husband, without a heterosexual orientation or without a "biological" sexual body.

    Doing Sociology: A Global Perspective 4ed

    £83.69 £92.99

    Drones: The Brilliant, the Bad and the Beautiful

    £15.29 £16.99
    Delving into philosophical discussions about the implications of drone technology, Andy Miah delivers in this book a comprehensive analysis of the wide-reaching applications of drones, as well as a critical interrogation of the social, cultural, and moral issues that they provoke.

    Durkheim's On Suicide

    £5.85 £6.50
    Durkheim's 1897 work is a powerful evidence-based study of why people take their own lives. In the late nineteenth century, it was generally accepted that each suicide was an individual phenomenon, caused by such personal factors as grief, loss, and financial problems.

    Dying for an iPhone: Apple, Foxconn and the Lives of China's Workers

    £15.29 £16.99
    Based on undercover research, Foxconn and Apple's treatment of workers is revealed

    Edgework;sociology Of Risk-taking

    £46.79 £51.99

    Education and Society: Places, Policies, Processes

    £28.79 £31.99

    Elites, Race and Nationhood: The Branded Gentry

    £62.99 £69.99
    This book provides an ethnographic investigation of the white, upper-middle classes in Britain. It follows the Jack Wills brand to demonstrate how the internal economies of the brand forge a distinctive, elite social network made up of former public-school and Russell Group university students.

    Ellipsis Manual: Analysis And Engineering Of Human Behavior

    £17.09 £18.99

    Empire of Booze: British History Through the Bottom of a Glass

    £8.00 £9.99
    Winner of the 2017 Fortnum & Mason Debut Drink Book award, this is a fascinating take on British history told through the stories behind the world's favourite alcoholic drinks

    End of Absence

    £17.09 £18.99
    Soon enough, nobody will remember life before the Internet. What does this unavoidable fact mean? For future generations, it won't mean anything very obvious. This book argues that amid all the changes we're experiencing, the most interesting is the one that future generations will find hardest to grasp.

    End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology?: Trends and Challenges in Social Research

    £126.00 £140.00
    Social research is facing challenges, as well as exciting new opportunities, from the growth of private sector research companies, rapid advance of social media, and intense debates on privacy and big data. The 12 chapters of this book address these issues drawing upon up to date research and ideas.

    Epistemologies of the South: Justice Against Epistemicide

    £31.49 £34.99

    Equality Effect: Improving Life for Everyone

    £8.99 £9.99
    Greater economic equality is beneficial to all people in all societies, both for the rich, the poor and the rest.

    Essay on the Principle of Population

    £8.09 £8.99

    Essential Concepts in Sociology 3ed

    £13.49 £14.99

    Ethical Consumption: Social Value and Economic Practice

    £25.16 £27.95
    Increasingly, consumers in North America and Europe see their purchasing as a way to express to the commercial world their concerns about trade justice, the environment and similar issues. This ethical consumption has attracted growing attention in the press and among academics.

    Ethics of Gender

    £39.56 £43.95
    This volume investigates the impact of thinking with gender on modern ethics, and considers the insights that postmodern gender theory might bring to the ethical project. It concludes with the possibility of another way of self-understanding and of renewal in theological ethics for our time.

    Ethnicity 2ed

    £16.19 £17.99
    A concise and accessible introduction to the concept and history of ethnicity. Draws on a wide range of theorists and illustrations from around the world to explore and clarify the core meanings and shifting ground of this concept.

    Ethnicity Reader: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Migration

    £22.49 £24.99
    The second edition of The Ethnicity Reader offers a comprehensive and engaging selection of readings for students of sociology, politics, international relations and race relations.


    £35.09 £38.99
    Revised edition of the authors' Ethnography, 2007.

    EU Migrant Workers, Brexit and Precarity: Polish Women's Perspectives from Inside the UK

    £43.19 £47.99
    How has the Brexit vote affected EU migrants in the UK? This book presents a female Polish perspective, using findings from research carried out with economic migrants from Poland interviewed before and after the Brexit vote.

    Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

    £9.89 £10.99

    Explaining Social Life: A Guide to Using Social Theory

    £34.19 £37.99
    A distinctive and accessible introductory text that presents social theory not as a specialist subject, but as a relevant resource for anyone wanting to explain social phenomenon. The text actively encourages those who are new to social theory, as well as more advanced students, to develop and practice their own capacities for social explanation.


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