Society & Social Sciences
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Galway: Making a Capital of CultureSpecial Price €13.59 Regular Price €16.99
This book offers a fresh perspective on contemporary place development, using the unique case of Galway, Ireland. It will be of interest to students and scholars of geography, sociology, planning cultural and Irish studies. While a specific case study, the story of Galway is an international one.
How Migration Really Works : A Factful Guide to the Most Divisive Issue in PoliticsSpecial Price €16.79 Regular Price €20.99
How Migration Really Works : A Factful Guide to the Most Divisive Issue in Politics (Hardback)Special Price €23.99 Regular Price €29.99
The Persuaders : Winning Hearts and Minds in a Divided Age€12.99
The lifeblood of any free society is persuasion: changing other people's minds to enable real change. But America is suffering a crisis of faith in persuasion that is putting its democracy and the planet itself at risk. People increasingly write each other off instead of seeking to win each other over.
Technofeudalism : What Killed Capitalism€26.99
In his boldest and most far-reaching book yet, world-famous economist Yanis Varoufakis argues that capitalism is dead and a new economic era has begun.
The Identity Trap : A Story of Ideas and Power in Our Time€29.99
The origins, consequences and limitations of an ideology that has quickly become highly influential around the world. For much of their history, societies have violently oppressed ethnic, religious and sexual minorities.
Mindfulness At Play : Parenting healthy, happy children with old wisdom and new science€17.99
It introduces mindfulness and play-based training exercises and activities, as well as evidence-based mindfulness knowledge.
Sacred Nature : How we can recover our bond with the natural world€12.99
In this hugely powerful book, Karen Armstrong argues that it isn't enough to change our behaviour to avert environmental catastrophe - we must rekindle our spiritual bond with the natural world.
Sociology and Social Policy In Early Childhood Education€32.99
A comprehensive overview of sociology and its importance to the field of ECE, revealing how a child is shaped and impacted, both positively and negatively, within and by their society.