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An Amish Paradox - Diversity and Change in the World's Largest Amish Community (Hardcover): Charles E Hurst, David L.... An Amish Paradox - Diversity and Change in the World's Largest Amish Community (Hardcover)
Charles E Hurst, David L. McConnell
R1,171 Discovery Miles 11 710 Out of stock

Holmes County, Ohio, is home to the largest and most diverse Amish community in the world. Yet, surprisingly, it remains relatively unknown compared to its famous cousin in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Charles E. Hurst and David L. McConnell conducted seven years of fieldwork, including interviews with over 200 residents, to understand the dynamism that drives social change and schism within the settlement, where Amish enterprises and nonfarming employment have prospered. The authors contend that the Holmes County Amish are experiencing an unprecedented and complex process of change as their increasing entanglement with the non-Amish market causes them to rethink their religious convictions, family practices, educational choices, occupational shifts, and health care options.

The authors challenge the popular image of the Amish as a homogeneous, static, insulated society, showing how the Amish balance tensions between individual needs and community values. They find that self-made millionaires work alongside struggling dairy farmers; successful female entrepreneurs live next door to stay-at-home mothers; and teenagers both embrace and reject the coming-of-age ritual, "rumspringa."

"An Amish Paradox" captures the complexity and creativity of the Holmes County Amish, dispelling the image of the Amish as a vestige of a bygone era and showing how they reinterpret tradition as modernity encroaches on their distinct way of life.

Organizing Dissent - Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice (Paperback, 2nd Revised ed.): William K. Carroll Organizing Dissent - Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice (Paperback, 2nd Revised ed.)
William K. Carroll
R742 Discovery Miles 7 420 Out of stock

First published in 1992, this text has now been revised and updated for its second edition. William Carroll has assembled several new contributions in such areas as environmentalism, labour and gay rights. Within the section on theory the volume includes new articles on post-Marxism and the new social movements, on language, power and politics, and on the personal as political.

The Cultural Politics of European Prostitution Reform - Governing Loose Women (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016): Greggor Mattson The Cultural Politics of European Prostitution Reform - Governing Loose Women (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Greggor Mattson
R2,368 Discovery Miles 23 680 Out of stock

The Cultural Politics of European Prostitution Reform traces case studies of four European Union countries to reveal the way anxieties over globalization translates into policies to recognize sex workers in some countries, punish prostitutes' clients in others, and protect victims of human trafficking in them all.

The Stories We Are - An Essay on Self-Creation (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): William Randall The Stories We Are - An Essay on Self-Creation (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
William Randall
R806 Discovery Miles 8 060 Out of stock

From time to time we all tend to wonder what sort of "story" our life might comprise: what it means, where it is going, and whether it hangs together as a whole. In The Stories We Are, William Lowell Randall explores the links between literature and life and speculates on the range of storytelling styles through which people compose their lives. In doing so, he draws on a variety of fields, including psychology, psychotherapy, theology, philosophy, feminist theory, and literary theory. Using categories like plot, character, point of view, and style, Randall plays with the possibility that we each make sense of the events of our lives to the extent that we weave them into our own unfolding novel, as simultaneously its author, narrator, main character, and reader. In the process, he offers us a unique perspective on features of our day-to-day world such as secrecy, self-deception, gossip, prejudice, intimacy, maturity, and the proverbial "art of living." First published in 1995, this second edition of The Stories We Are includes a new preface and afterword by the author that offer insight into his argument and evolution as a scholar, as well as an illuminating foreword by Ruthellen Josselson.

Digital Playgrounds - The Hidden Politics of Children's Online Play Spaces, Virtual Worlds, and Connected Games... Digital Playgrounds - The Hidden Politics of Children's Online Play Spaces, Virtual Worlds, and Connected Games (Hardcover)
Sara Grimes
R1,546 Discovery Miles 15 460 Out of stock

Digital Playgrounds explores the key developments, trends, debates, and controversies that have shaped children's commercial digital play spaces over the past two decades. It argues that children's online playgrounds, virtual worlds, and connected games are much more than mere sources of fun and diversion - they serve as the sites of complex negotiations of power between children, parents, developers, politicians, and other actors with a stake in determining what, how, and where children's play unfolds. Through an innovative, transdisciplinary framework combining science and technology studies, critical communication studies, and children's cultural studies, Digital Playgrounds focuses on the contents and contexts of actual technological artefacts as a necessary entry point for understanding the meanings and politics of children's digital play. The discussion draws on several research studies on a wide range of digital playgrounds designed and marketed to children aged six to twelve years, revealing how various problematic tendencies prevent most digital play spaces from effectively supporting children's culture, rights, and - ironically - play. Digital Playgrounds lays the groundwork for a critical reconsideration of how existing approaches might be used in the development of new regulation, as well as best practices for the industries involved in making children's digital play spaces. In so doing, it argues that children's online play spaces be reimagined as a crucial new form of public sphere in which children's rights and digital citizenship must be prioritized.

Small Nations, High Ambitions - Economic Nationalism and Venture Capital in Quebec and Scotland (Hardcover): X. Hubert Rioux Small Nations, High Ambitions - Economic Nationalism and Venture Capital in Quebec and Scotland (Hardcover)
X. Hubert Rioux
R1,214 Discovery Miles 12 140 Out of stock

Given the importance that entrepreneurship and start-up businesses in technology-intensive sectors like life sciences, renewable energy, artificial intelligence, financial technologies, software and others have come to assume in economic development, the access of entrepreneurs to appropriate levels of finance has become a major focus of policymakers in recent decades. Yet, this prominence has led to a variety of policy models across countries and even within countries, as different levels of government have adapted to new challenges by refining or transforming pre-existing institutions and crafting new policy tools. Small Nations, High Ambitions investigates the roots of such policy diversity at the "subnational" level, offering in-depth accounts of the evolution of Quebec's and Scotland's policy strategies in the entrepreneurial finance sector and venture capital more specifically. As compared to other regions and provinces in the United Kingdom and Canada, Quebec and Scottish venture capital ecosystems rely on a high degree of state intervention, either direct (through public investment funds) or indirect (through government-backed, hybrid, or tax-advantaged funds). These two regions can thus be described as "sponsor states," heavily involved in the strategic backing of innovative businesses. Whereas most of the literature on venture capital has focused on economic variables to explain variations in policy models, this book seeks to explain policy divergence in Quebec and Scotland through political and ideological lenses. Its main argument is that the development of venture capital ecosystems in these regions was underpinned by Quebecois and Scottish nationalisms, which induced preferences for policy asymmetry and state intervention.

"Where Are You From?" - Growing Up African-Canadian in Vancouver (Hardcover): Gillian Creese "Where Are You From?" - Growing Up African-Canadian in Vancouver (Hardcover)
Gillian Creese
R1,302 Discovery Miles 13 020 Out of stock

Metro Vancouver is a diverse city where half the residents identify as people of colour, but only one percent of the population is racialized as Black. In this context, African-Canadians are both hyper-visible as Black, and invisible as distinct communities. Informed by feminist and critical race theories, and based on interviews with women and men who grew up in Vancouver, "Where Are You From?" recounts the unique experience of growing up in a place where the second generation seldom sees other people who look like them, and yet are inundated with popular representations of Blackness from the United States. This study explores how the second generation in Vancouver redefine their African identities to distinguish themselves from African-Americans, while continuing to experience considerable everyday racism that challenges belonging as Canadians. As a result, some members of the second generation reject, and others strongly assert, a Canadian identity.

Virtual Activism - Sexuality, the Internet, and a Social Movement in Singapore (Hardcover): Robert Phillips Virtual Activism - Sexuality, the Internet, and a Social Movement in Singapore (Hardcover)
Robert Phillips
R1,391 Discovery Miles 13 910 Out of stock

In Virtual Activism: Sexuality, the Internet, and a Social Movement in Singapore, cultural anthropologist Robert Phillips provides a detailed, yet accessible, ethnographic case study that looks at the changes in LGBT activism in Singapore in the period 1993-2019. Based on extensive fieldwork conducted with activist organizations and individuals, Phillips illustrates key theoretical ideas - including illiberal pragmatics and neoliberal homonormativity - that, in combination with the introduction of the Internet, have shaped the manner by which LGBT Singaporeans are framing and subsequently claiming rights. Phillips argues that the activism engaged in by LGBT Singaporeans for governmental and societal recognition is in many respects virtual. His analysis documents how the actions of activists have resulted in some noteworthy changes in the lives of LGBT Singaporeans, but nothing as grand as some would have hoped, thus indexing the "not quite" aspect of the virtual. Yet, Virtual Activism also demonstrates how these actions have encouraged LGBT Singaporeans to fight even harder for their rights, signalling the "possibilities" that the virtual holds.

Animals as Legal Beings - Contesting Anthropocentric Legal Orders (Hardcover): Maneesha Deckha Animals as Legal Beings - Contesting Anthropocentric Legal Orders (Hardcover)
Maneesha Deckha
R1,569 Discovery Miles 15 690 Out of stock

In Animals as Legal Beings, Maneesha Deckha critically examines how Canadian law and, by extension, other legal orders around the world, participate in the social construction of the human-animal divide and the abject rendering of animals as property. Through a rigorous but cogent analysis, Deckha calls for replacing the exploitative property classification for animals with a new transformative legal status or subjectivity called "beingness." In developing a new legal subjectivity for animals, one oriented toward respecting animals for who they are rather than their proximity to idealized versions of humanness, Animals as Legal Beings seeks to bring critical animal theorizations and animal law closer together. Throughout, Deckha draws upon the feminist animal care tradition, as well as feminist theories of embodiment and relationality, postcolonial theory, and critical animal studies. Her argument is critical of the liberal legal view of animals and directed at a legal subjectivity for animals attentive to their embodied vulnerability, and desirous of an animal-friendly cultural shift in the core foundations of anthropocentric legal systems. Theoretically informed yet accessibly presented, Animals as Legal Beings makes a significant contribution to an array of interdisciplinary debates and is an innovative and astute argument for a meaningful more-than-human turn in law and policy.

When You Fast - Recipes for Lenten Seasons (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Catherine Mandell When You Fast - Recipes for Lenten Seasons (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)
Catherine Mandell
R385 R324 Discovery Miles 3 240 Save R61 (16%) Out of stock
Hacker Culture (Paperback): Douglas Thomas Hacker Culture (Paperback)
Douglas Thomas
R470 Discovery Miles 4 700 Out of stock

A provocative look at the subculture that has shaped our changing attitudes toward the digital age--now in paperback! Douglas Thomas offers an in-depth history of this important and fascinating subculture, contrasting mainstream images of hackers with a detailed firsthand account of the computer underground. Thomas studies novels and films (Neuromancer, WarGames, Hackers, and The Matrix) and reveals contemporary views of hackers as technological wizards, high-tech pranksters, and virtual criminals. Thomas then examines the court cases of Kevin Mitnick and Chris Lamprecht to determine how hackers are defined as criminals. Thomas finds that popular hacker stereotypes express the public's anxieties about the information age far more than they do the reality of hacking.

Measuring the Mosaic - An Intellectual Biography of John Porter (Paperback): Rick Helmes-Hayes Measuring the Mosaic - An Intellectual Biography of John Porter (Paperback)
Rick Helmes-Hayes
R883 Discovery Miles 8 830 Out of stock

Measuring the Mosaic is a comprehensive intellectual biography of John Porter (1921-1979), author of The Vertical Mosaic (1965), preeminent Canadian sociologist of his time, and one of Canada's most celebrated scholars. In the first biography of this important figure, Rick Helmes-Hayes provides a detailed account of Porter's life and an in-depth assessment of his extensive writings on class, power, educational opportunity, social mobility, and democracy.

While assessing Porter's place in the historical development of Canadian social science, Helmes-Hayes also examines the economic, social, political and scholarly circumstances - including the Depression, World War II, post-war reconstruction, the baby boom, and the growth of universities - that contoured Porter's political and academic views. Using extensive archival research, correspondence, and over fifty original interviews with family, colleagues, and friends, Measuring the Mosaic stresses Porter's remarkable contributions as a scholar, academic statesman, senior administrator at Carleton University, and engaged, practical public intellectual.

Heavy Metal Studies and Popular Culture (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016): Gabby Riches, Dave Snell, Bryan Bardine, Brenda Gardenour... Heavy Metal Studies and Popular Culture (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Gabby Riches, Dave Snell, Bryan Bardine, Brenda Gardenour Walter
R2,090 Discovery Miles 20 900 Out of stock

Elaborating on themes of resilience, memory, critique and metal beyond metal, this volume highlights how the development and future of metal music scholarship is predicated on the engagement with other forms of popular culture such as comics, documentaries, and popular music. Drawing from a range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches, Heavy Metal Studies and Popular Culture's transnational approach and rootedness in metal scholarship provides the collection with a breadth and depth that makes it a critical resource for academics and students interested in the theories and trends shaping the future of Metal Music Studies.

Disruptive Prisoners - Resistance, Reform, and the New Deal (Hardcover): Chris Clarkson, Melissa Munn Disruptive Prisoners - Resistance, Reform, and the New Deal (Hardcover)
Chris Clarkson, Melissa Munn
R1,403 Discovery Miles 14 030 Out of stock

Disruptive Prisoners reconstitutes the history of Canada's federal prison system in the mid-twentieth century through a process of collective biography - one involving prisoners, administrators, prison reformers, and politicians. This social history relies on extensive archival research and access to government documents, but more importantly, uses the penal press materials created by prisoners themselves and an interview with one of the founding penal press editors to provide a unique and unprecedented analysis. Disruptive Prisoners is grounded in the lived experiences of men who were incarcerated in federal penitentiaries in Canada and argues that they were not merely passive recipients of intervention. Evidence indicates that prisoners were active agents of change who advocated for and resisted the initiatives that were part of Canada's "New Deal in Corrections." While prisoners are silent in other criminological and historical texts, here they are central figures: the juxtaposition of their voices with the official administrative, parliamentary, and government records challenges the dominant tropes of progress and provides a more nuanced and complicated reframing of the post-Archambault Commission era. The use of an alternative evidential base, the commitment of the authors to integrating subaltern perspectives, and the first-hand accounts by prisoners of their experiences of incarceration makes this book a highly readable and engaging glimpse behind the bars of Canada's federal prisons.

Civility - A Cultural History (Paperback, New): Benet Davetian Civility - A Cultural History (Paperback, New)
Benet Davetian
R909 Discovery Miles 9 090 Out of stock

Cut off in traffic? Bumped without apology on the subway? Forced to listen to a profane conversation in a public space? In today's Western societies, many feel that there has been a noticeable and marked decrease in mutual consideration in both public and private settings. Are we less civil now than in the past? Benet Davetian's masterful study Civility: A Cultural History responds to this question through a historical, social, and psychological discussion of the civility practices in three nations - England, France, and the United States.

Davetian's rich, multi-dimensional review of civility from 1200 to the present day provides an in-depth analysis of the social and personal psychology of human interaction and charts a new course for the study and understanding of civility and civil society. Civility addresses major topics in public discourse today regarding the ideals and practices of civility and the possibility of a future civility ethic capable of inspiring cooperation across cultural and national boundaries.

Guys, Gangs, and Girlfriend Abuse (Paperback, 3 Rev Ed): Mark Totten Guys, Gangs, and Girlfriend Abuse (Paperback, 3 Rev Ed)
Mark Totten
R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Out of stock

Winner: The 2001 Frederick Milton Thrasher Award (awarded by the National Gang Crime Research Center) Youth violence and youth gangs are serious social problems. This groundbreaking study explores how marginal male youth make sense of their physical, sexual, and emotional violence towards those they claim to love-their girlfriends-and how the abuse of girls, gays, and racial minorities is related to the development of familial and gender ideologies in the home and on the street. The construction of masculinity is revealed as an ongoing process, negotiated and developed with the resources at hand. The degree, level, and objects of individual and gang violence are linked to differences in adherence to the patterns of male behaviour and authority the child witnesses in the family and in the gang. The language these male youth use in the in-depth interviews reflects their actions and feelings: it is disturbing, yet powerful. As well as addressing the lack of qualitative information on the subject, this book offers a practical plan for addressing youth violence. It is a valuable resource for students, parents, and professionals.

Ideology - Structuring Identities in Contemporary Life (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Gordon Bailey, Noga Gayle Ideology - Structuring Identities in Contemporary Life (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Gordon Bailey, Noga Gayle
R588 Discovery Miles 5 880 Out of stock

This brief and affordable introductory book places ideology at the center of contemporary life, unmasking its role in shaping important social relationships. Offering both an historical overview of the concept as well as current questions about who pays, profits from, controls, or is victimized by current social arrangements, Ideology aims to move us beyond the "narcosis" of socialization and into the space of authentic citizenship. Beginning with Marx and C. Wright Mills, and moving through Mannheim and Althusser, Postmodernism, Freire, Chomsky, and bell hooks, the authors analyze ideology in classic political terms but also by looking at how race, gender, and class are incorporated into educational, media, and entertainment experiences. They close with a discussion of the public/private dichotomy and attempts to reclaim citizen space within modern democracies. In the process, Bailey and Gayle offer an understanding of the power of ideology in our lives as well as a set of principles for social action.

Measuring the Mosaic - An Intellectual Biography of John Porter (Hardcover): Rick Helmes-Hayes Measuring the Mosaic - An Intellectual Biography of John Porter (Hardcover)
Rick Helmes-Hayes
R1,824 Discovery Miles 18 240 Out of stock

Measuring the Mosaic is a comprehensive intellectual biography of John Porter (1921-1979), author of The Vertical Mosaic (1965), preeminent Canadian sociologist of his time, and one of Canada's most celebrated scholars. In the first biography of this important figure, Rick Helmes-Hayes provides a detailed account of Porter's life and an in-depth assessment of his extensive writings on class, power, educational opportunity, social mobility, and democracy.

While assessing Porter's place in the historical development of Canadian social science, Helmes-Hayes also examines the economic, social, political and scholarly circumstances - including the Depression, World War II, post-war reconstruction, the baby boom, and the growth of universities - that contoured Porter's political and academic views. Using extensive archival research, correspondence, and over fifty original interviews with family, colleagues, and friends, Measuring the Mosaic stresses Porter's remarkable contributions as a scholar, academic statesman, senior administrator at Carleton University, and engaged, practical public intellectual.

Women, Class, Family and the State (Paperback): Varda Burstyn, Dorothy E. Smith Women, Class, Family and the State (Paperback)
Varda Burstyn, Dorothy E. Smith
R442 Discovery Miles 4 420 Out of stock

The articles in this book begin from a concern to understand the relation between patriarchy and capitalism and to come to grips with the dissatisfaction many women feel despite the rhetoric of sexual equality which has become commonplace.

Dorothy Smith examines the changing relation between the family and the economy in the context of the capitalist mode of production. Varda Burstyn traces the history of the sexual division of labour in pre-capitalist societies and shows how in industrial societies the state becomes the expression and enforcer of masculine domination.

Naked At Lunch - The Adventures of a Reluctant Nudist (Paperback, Main): Mark Haskell Smith Naked At Lunch - The Adventures of a Reluctant Nudist (Paperback, Main)
Mark Haskell Smith 1
R245 R206 Discovery Miles 2 060 Save R39 (16%) Out of stock

Naked at Lunch is one man's cracklingly witty, compellingly odd and oddly life-affirming journey into the subculture of nudism. Celebrated journalist Mark Haskell Smith meets, and indeed joins, those shucking off social conventions by shucking off their clothes - he hikes bareback in the Alps with a naked rambler's society, he buys baguettes in the buff in a French resort and he meets the marginally dressed mayor of a Spanish clothes-optional municipality. But this is not just a book of naked adventures and sun-ripened genitals. It is a study of 20th-century Western cultural and social mores; a record of radical history and politics practised by those made radical by their refusal to get dressed; a heartfelt celebration of the simple joys of being alive; and a full-blooded war cry for reclaiming pride in our bodies and rejecting those who would make us ashamed.

Going it Alone - A Guide for Solo Mums in the UK (Paperback): Emily Engel Going it Alone - A Guide for Solo Mums in the UK (Paperback)
Emily Engel
R399 Discovery Miles 3 990 Out of stock
Confronting the Blue Revolution - Industrial Aquaculture and Sustainability in the Global South (Hardcover): Saidul Islam Confronting the Blue Revolution - Industrial Aquaculture and Sustainability in the Global South (Hardcover)
Saidul Islam
R1,211 Discovery Miles 12 110 Out of stock

Like the Green Revolution of the 1960s, a "Blue Revolution" has taken place in global aquaculture. Geared towards quenching the appetite of privileged consumers in the global North, it has come at a high price for the South: ecological devastation, displacement of rural subsistence farmers, and labour exploitation. The uncomfortable truth is that food security for affluent consumers depends on a foundation of social and ecological devastation in the producing countries.

In Confronting the Blue Revolution, Md Saidul Islam uses the shrimp farming industry in Bangladesh and across the global South to show the social and environmental impact of industrialized aquaculture. The book pushes us to reconsider our attitudes to consumption patterns in the developed world, neoliberal environmental governance, and the question of sustainability.

Technology and Society - A Canadian Perspective (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): John Goyder Technology and Society - A Canadian Perspective (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
John Goyder
R692 Discovery Miles 6 920 Out of stock

Since the publication of the first edition of Technology and Society: A Canadian Perspective in 1997, awareness of the pervasive effects of new and emerging technologies on our lives is, if anything, even more pronounced. New and emerging technologies in everything from health care to communication and the Internet hold enormous promise. However, the more ominous consequences of technology are also very much with us, from environmental degradation to uncertainty in the workplace in a post "dot.com" economy to terrorism and warfare. Technology and Society, Second Edition, continues the rich tradition of Canadian writing on technology found in the work of Harold Innis, Marshall McLuhan, George Grant, Ursula Franklin, and others. Like the first edition, the book begins and ends with an attempt to understand Grant's insistence that technology is a "fate," connected, in the anthropological sense, with the evolution of societies. In between, the book examines the social and historical foundation for the development and diffusion of technology in the Canadian context. The first three chapters define the phenomenon of technology by classifying the vast array of tools and techniques. They offer a conceptual scheme for understanding the interrelationship between society and technology and for the diffusion of technologies. Subsequent chapters shift to looking at the consequences of technology. The linkage between technology and economic development is explored, as is the significance of a technocratic value system. The relationship between work and technology-the significance of "automation," of a "branch plant" economy, "R&D," and communication-is examined. The final chapters consider new leading technologies such as artificial intelligence and biotechnology, as well as public attitudes towards technology.

Immigration and the Politics of Welfare Exclusion - Selective Solidarity in Western Democracies (Paperback): Edward A. Koning Immigration and the Politics of Welfare Exclusion - Selective Solidarity in Western Democracies (Paperback)
Edward A. Koning
R741 Discovery Miles 7 410 Out of stock

Why do some governments try to limit immigrants' access to social benefits and entitlements while others do not? Through an in-depth study of Sweden, Canada, and the Netherlands, Immigration and the Politics of Welfare Exclusion maps the politics of immigrants' social rights in Western democracies. To achieve this goal, Edward A. Koning analyzes policy documents, public opinion surveys, data on welfare use, parliamentary debates, and interviews with politicians and key players in the three countries. Koning's findings are three-fold. First, the politics of immigrant welfare exclusion have little to do with economic factors and are more about general opposition to immigration and multiculturalism. Second, proposals for exclusion are particularly likely to arise in a political climate that incentivizes politicians to appear "tough" on immigration. Finally, the success of anti-immigrant politicians in bringing about exclusionary reforms depends on the response of the political mainstream, and the extent to which immigrants' rights are protected in national and international legal frameworks. A timely investigation into an increasingly pressing subject, Immigration and the Politics of Welfare Exclusion will be essential reading for scholars and students of political science, comparative politics, and immigration studies.

Being an Artist (Paperback): Tina Kukielski Being an Artist (Paperback)
Tina Kukielski
R702 R623 Discovery Miles 6 230 Save R79 (11%) Out of stock
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