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Social Class and Crime - A Biosocial Approach (Paperback): Anthony Walsh Social Class and Crime - A Biosocial Approach (Paperback)
Anthony Walsh
R892 Discovery Miles 8 920 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Social class has been at the forefront of sociological theories of crime from their inception. It is explicitly central to some theories such as anomie/strain and conflict, and nips aggressively at the periphery of others such as social control theory. Yet none of these theories engage in a systematic exploration of what social class is, how individuals come to be placed in one rung of the class ladder rather than another, or the precise nature of the class-crime relationship. This book avers that the same factors that help to determine a person's class level also help to determine that person's risk for committing criminal acts. Social class is a modern outcome of primordial status-striving and requires explanation using the modern tools of genetics, neurobiology, and evolutionary biology, and this is what this book does. Many aspects of criminal behavior can be understood by examining the shared factors that lead to the success or failure in the workplace and to pro- or antisocial activities. A biosocial approach requires reducing sociology's "master variable" to a lower level analysis to examine its constituent parts, which is resisted by many criminologists as highly controversial. However, this book makes plain that the more we know about the nature side of behavior the more important we find the nurture side to be. It makes clear how the class/crime relationship and criminology in general, can benefit from the biosocial perspective; a perspective that many criminological luminaries expect to be the dominant paradigm for the twenty first century.

Twilight of the Elites - Prosperity, the Periphery, and the Future of France (Hardcover): Christophe Guilluy Twilight of the Elites - Prosperity, the Periphery, and the Future of France (Hardcover)
Christophe Guilluy; Translated by Malcolm DeBevoise
R579 R461 Discovery Miles 4 610 Save R118 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A passionate account of how the gulf between France’s metropolitan elites and its working classes are tearing the country apart

Christophe Guilluy, a French geographer, makes the case that France has become an “American society”—one that is both increasingly multicultural and increasingly unequal. The divide between the global economy’s winners and losers in today’s France has replaced the old left†‘right split, leaving many on “the periphery.”

As Guilluy shows, there is no unified French economy, and those cut off from the country’s new economic citadels suffer disproportionately on both economic and social fronts. In Guilluy’s analysis, the lip service paid to the idea of an “open society” in France is a smoke screen meant to hide the emergence of a closed society, walled off for the benefit of the upper classes. The ruling classes in France are reaching a dangerous stage, he argues; without the stability of a growing economy, the hope for those excluded from growth is extinguished, undermining the legitimacy of a multicultural nation.

Social Class Voices - Student Stories from the University of Michigan Bicentennial (Paperback): Dwight Lang Social Class Voices - Student Stories from the University of Michigan Bicentennial (Paperback)
Dwight Lang
R634 Discovery Miles 6 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Memory, Meaning, and Resistance - Reflecting on Oral History and Women at the Margins (Hardcover): Fran Leeper Buss Memory, Meaning, and Resistance - Reflecting on Oral History and Women at the Margins (Hardcover)
Fran Leeper Buss
R1,915 Discovery Miles 19 150 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Fran Leeper Buss, a former welfare recipient who earned a PhD in history and became a pioneer in the field of oral history, has for forty years dedicated herself to the goal of collecting the stories of marginal and working-class U.S. women. Memory, Meaning, and Resistance is based on over 100 oral histories gathered from women from a variety of racial, ethnic, and geographical backgrounds, including a traditionalMexican American midwife, a Latina poet and organizer for the United Farm Workers, and an African American union and freedom movement organizer. Buss now analyzes this body of work, identifying common themes in women's lives and resistance that unite the oral histories she has gathered. From the beginning, her work has shed light on the inseparable, compounding effects of gender, race, ethnicity, and class on women's lives-what is now commonly called intersectionality. Memory, Meaning, and Resistance is structured thematically, with each chapter analyzing a concept that runs through the oral histories, e.g., agency, activism, religion. The result is a testament to women's individual and collective strength, and an invaluable guide for students and researchers, on how to effectively and sensitively conduct oral histories that observe, record, recount, and analyze women's life stories.

Debs at War - 1939-1945 (Paperback, New ed): Anne De Courcy Debs at War - 1939-1945 (Paperback, New ed)
Anne De Courcy 2
R290 R255 Discovery Miles 2 550 Save R35 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

An extraordinary account - from firsthand sources - of upper class women and the active part they took in the War Pre-war debutantes were members of the most protected, not to say isolated, stratum of 20th-century society: the young (17-20) unmarried daughters of the British upper classes. For most of them, the war changed all that for ever. It meant independence and the shock of the new, and daily exposure to customs and attitudes that must have seemed completely alien to them. For many, the almost military regime of an upper class childhood meant they were well suited for the no-nonsense approach needed in wartime. This book records the extraordinary diversity of challenges, shocks and responsibilities they faced - as chauffeurs, couriers, ambulance-drivers, nurses, pilots, spies, decoders, factory workers, farmers, land girls, as well as in the Women's Services. How much did class barriers really come down? Did they stick with their own sort? And what about fun and love in wartime - did love cross the class barriers?

Toxic Ivory Towers - The Consequences of Work Stress on Underrepresented Minority Faculty (Paperback): Ruth Enid Zambrana Toxic Ivory Towers - The Consequences of Work Stress on Underrepresented Minority Faculty (Paperback)
Ruth Enid Zambrana
R819 R767 Discovery Miles 7 670 Save R52 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Toxic Ivory Towers seeks to document the professional work experiences of underrepresented minority (URM) faculty in U.S. higher education, and simultaneously address the social and economic inequalities in their life course trajectory. Ruth Enid Zambrana finds that despite the changing demographics of the nation, the percentages of Black and Hispanic faculty have increased only slightly, while the percentages obtaining tenure and earning promotion to full professor have remained relatively stagnant. Toxic Ivory Towers is the first book to take a look at the institutional factors impacting the ability of URM faculty to be successful at their jobs, and to flourish in academia. The book captures not only how various dimensions of identity inequality are expressed in the academy and how these social statuses influence the health and well-being of URM faculty, but also how institutional policies and practices can be used to transform the culture of an institution to increase rates of retention and promotion so URM faculty can thrive.

Abandoned - America's Lost Youth and the Crisis of Disconnection (Standard format, CD, Unabridged edition): Anne Kim Abandoned - America's Lost Youth and the Crisis of Disconnection (Standard format, CD, Unabridged edition)
Anne Kim; Read by Janet Song
R831 R598 Discovery Miles 5 980 Save R233 (28%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The New Class War - Saving Democracy from the Metropolitan Elite (Hardcover, Main): Michael Lind The New Class War - Saving Democracy from the Metropolitan Elite (Hardcover, Main)
Michael Lind 1
R415 R326 Discovery Miles 3 260 Save R89 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

An Evening Standard's Book of the Year 'A tour de force.' David Goodhart All over the West, party systems have shattered and governments have been thrown into turmoil. The embattled establishment claims that these populist insurgencies seek to overthrow liberal democracy. The truth is no less alarming but is more complex: Western democracies are being torn apart by a new class war. In this controversial and groundbreaking analysis, Michael Lind, one of America's leading thinkers, debunks the idea that the insurgencies are primarily the result of bigotry and reveals the real battle lines. He traces how the breakdown of class compromises has left large populations in Western democracies politically adrift. We live in a globalized world that benefits elites in high income 'hubs' while suppressing the economic and social interests of those in more traditional lower-wage 'heartlands'. A bold framework for understanding the world, The New Class War argues that only a fresh class settlement can avert a never-ending cycle of clashes between oligarchs and populists - and save democracy.

Social Evolution and Sociological Categories (Paperback): Paul Q. Hirst Social Evolution and Sociological Categories (Paperback)
Paul Q. Hirst
R1,011 Discovery Miles 10 110 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1976, this book is concerned with the nature of classification in the social sciences. Its thesis is that classifications are dependent upon and are derived from theoretical explanations. Classification is not a theoretically neutral typification or ordering of social forms. This is because objects classified a " societies, social institutions a " are not given to knowledge independently of the categories which construct them and because the categories of classification are themselves the products of theories.

The Dynamics of Social Exclusion in Europe - Comparing Austria, Germany, Greece, Portugal and the UK (Paperback, New edition):... The Dynamics of Social Exclusion in Europe - Comparing Austria, Germany, Greece, Portugal and the UK (Paperback, New edition)
Eleni Apospori, Jane Millar
R826 Discovery Miles 8 260 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Issues of poverty and social exclusion are high on the European policy agenda. The Dynamics of Social Exclusion in Europe reports findings from a study funded by the European Commission, using data from the European Community Household Panel, with a multi-dimensional approach to international comparisons of poverty and social exclusion. The research, building upon that of the preceding book - Poverty and Social Exclusion in Europe - compares four groups who are anticipated to be at particular risk of poverty and social exclusion; young adults, lone parents, the sick or disabled, and those retired from employment. Following individuals over a twelve month period, the analysis explores a wide range of indicators of poverty and social exclusion. These include low incomes, lack of household amenities, personal necessities and consumer durables, and the extent of social contact with friends, neighbours and membership of clubs or organisations. The contributors not only provide country-based data, locating empirical findings in the context of national policy, but also cross-national data, with implications for supranational policy. Promoting a thorough understanding of policy trends and issues, this book will be invaluable to policy makers within individual countries and at EU level, as well as academics, students and researchers specialising in social exclusion.

The Years That Matter Most - How College Makes or Breaks Us (Hardcover): Paul Tough The Years That Matter Most - How College Makes or Breaks Us (Hardcover)
Paul Tough 1
R667 R531 Discovery Miles 5 310 Save R136 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
White Trash - The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America (Paperback): Nancy Isenberg White Trash - The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America (Paperback)
Nancy Isenberg
R476 R331 Discovery Miles 3 310 Save R145 (30%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Money, Morals and Manners - Culture of the French and the American Upper-Middle Class (Paperback, New edition): Michele Lamont Money, Morals and Manners - Culture of the French and the American Upper-Middle Class (Paperback, New edition)
Michele Lamont
R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Drawing on remarkably frank, in-depth interviews with 160 successful men in the United States and France, Michele Lamont provides a rare and revealing collective portrait of the upper-middle class--the managers, professionals, entrepreneurs, and experts at the center of power in society. Her book is a subtle, textured description of how these men define the values and attitudes they consider essential in separating themselves--and their class--from everyone else.
"Money, Morals, and Manners" is an ambitious and sophisticated attempt to illuminate the nature of social class in modern society. For all those who downplay the importance of unequal social groups, it will be a revelation.
"A powerful, cogent study that will provide an elevated basis for debates in the sociology of culture for years to come."--David Gartman, "American Journal of Sociology"
"A major accomplishment! Combining cultural analysis and comparative approach with a splendid literary style, this book significantly broadens the understanding of stratification and inequality. . . . This book will provoke debate, inspire research, and serve as a model for many years to come."--R. Granfield, "Choice"
"This is an exceptionally fine piece of work, a splendid example of the sociologist's craft."--Lewis Coser, Boston College

Memories of Class - The Pre-history and After-life of Class (Paperback): Zygmunt Bauman Memories of Class - The Pre-history and After-life of Class (Paperback)
Zygmunt Bauman
R1,018 Discovery Miles 10 180 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1982, Professor Bauman's discussion of the mechanism of class formation and institutionalisation of class conflict argues that our understanding of changes in social and political structure has been hindered by the freezing of concepts of class in the ice-age of industrial society. He investigates the impact of historical memory on the early transformation of rank into a class society, and on the current confusion in the analysis of the 'crisis of late-industrial society'. The book traces the formation of a class society back to the patterns of 'surveillance power' and control, and shows how these patterns preceded and made possible the industrial system. Subsequently 'economised' into the industrial system, these same patterns of control have now proved to be inadequate under social conditions brought about by this economisation of the power conflict.

The People - The Rise and Fall of the Working Class, 1910-2010 (Paperback): Selina Todd The People - The Rise and Fall of the Working Class, 1910-2010 (Paperback)
Selina Todd 1
R371 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R66 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER 'There was nothing extraordinary about my childhood or background. And yet I looked in vain for any aspect of my family's story when I went to university to read history, and continued to search fruitlessly for it throughout the next decade. Eventually I realised I would have to write this history myself.' What was it really like to live through the twentieth century? In 1910 three-quarters of the population were working class, but their story has been ignored until now. Based on the first-person accounts of servants, factory workers, miners and housewives, award-winning historian Selina Todd reveals an unexpected Britain where cinema audiences shook their fists at footage of Winston Churchill, communities supported strikers, and where pools winners (like Viv Nicholson) refused to become respectable. Charting the rise of the working class, through two world wars to their fall in Thatcher's Britain and today, Todd tells their story for the first time, in their own words. Uncovering a huge hidden swathe of Britain's past, The People is the vivid history of a revolutionary century and the people who really made Britain great.

Class (Paperback): Will Atkinson Class (Paperback)
Will Atkinson
R437 Discovery Miles 4 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Class is not only amongst the oldest and most controversial of all concepts in social science, but a topic which has fascinated, amused, incensed and galvanized the general public, too. But what exactly is a 'class'? How do sociologists study and measure it, and how does it correspond to everyday understandings of social difference? Is it now dead or dying in today's globalized and media-saturated world, or is it entering a new phase of significance on the world stage? This book seeks to explore these questions in an accessible and lively manner, taking readers through the key theoretical traditions in class research, the major controversies that have shaken the field and the continuing effects of class difference, class struggle and class inequality across a range of domains. The book will appeal to students and scholars in sociology, social policy, geography, education, cultural studies and health sciences.

Social Class, Gender and Exclusion from School (Hardcover): Jean Kane Social Class, Gender and Exclusion from School (Hardcover)
Jean Kane
R3,078 Discovery Miles 30 780 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Rising exclusion rates indicate the continuing marginalisation of many young people in education in the UK. Working-class boys, children living in poverty, and children with additional/special educational needs are among those experiencing a disproportionate rate of exclusion. This book traces the processes of exclusion and alienation from school and relates this to a changing social and economic context. Jean Kane argues that policy on schooling, including curricular reform, needs to be re-connected to the broad political pursuit of social justice, and presents compelling case studies of excluded pupils, showing the multi-faceted identities of pupils, with a particular focus on masculine and feminine identities. This invaluable contribution to the literature offers an alternative analysis where the social identities of pupils are shown to be tied up with their exclusion from school. Themes investigated include: the meanings of school exclusions social class, gender and schooling social identities of excluded pupils negotiating identities in school: moving towards exclusion exclusions and young people's lives improving participation in schooling. Providing fascinating reading for teachers, social workers, researchers and policy-makers this book considers how educational disadvantage might be addressed through recognition of the gender and class identities of pupils.

Social Evolution and Sociological Categories (Hardcover): Paul Q. Hirst Social Evolution and Sociological Categories (Hardcover)
Paul Q. Hirst
R2,947 Discovery Miles 29 470 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1976, this book is concerned with the nature of classification in the social sciences. Its thesis is that classifications are dependent upon and are derived from theoretical explanations. Classification is not a theoretically neutral typification or ordering of social forms. This is because objects classified a " societies, social institutions a " are not given to knowledge independently of the categories which construct them and because the categories of classification are themselves the products of theories.

Queen Victoria's Matchmaking - The Royal Marriages That Shaped Europe (Paperback): Deborah Cadbury Queen Victoria's Matchmaking - The Royal Marriages That Shaped Europe (Paperback)
Deborah Cadbury
R427 R349 Discovery Miles 3 490 Save R78 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Memories of Class - The Pre-history and After-life of Class (Hardcover): Zygmunt Bauman Memories of Class - The Pre-history and After-life of Class (Hardcover)
Zygmunt Bauman
R3,203 Discovery Miles 32 030 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1982, Professor Baumana (TM)s discussion of the mechanism of class formation and institutionalisation of class conflict argues that our understanding of changes in social and political structure has been hindered by the freezing of concepts of class in the ice-age of industrial society. He investigates the impact of historical memory on the early transformation of rank into a class society, and on the current confusion in the analysis of the a ~crisis of late-industrial societya (TM).

The book traces the formation of a class society back to the patterns of a ~surveillance powera (TM) and control, and shows how these patterns preceded and made possible the industrial system. Subsequently a ~economiseda (TM) into the industrial system, these same patterns of control have now proved to be inadequate under social conditions brought about by this economisation of the power conflict.

Social Exclusion and European Policy (Hardcover): David G. Mayes, Jos Berghman, Robert Salais Social Exclusion and European Policy (Hardcover)
David G. Mayes, Jos Berghman, Robert Salais
R3,475 Discovery Miles 34 750 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The purpose of this book is to analyse one of the most pressing social problems of recent years, namely exclusion. The authors bring a richness of perspective, drawing on the experiences of eight European countries and a range of disciplines from law and economics through to social policy and political studies. The EU is a special case worthy of study as it may be that the process of integration actually generates both problems and solutions to social exclusion. The authors focus on what can be achieved by European countries working together and pooling experiences. They show that not only is social exclusion ill-defined but that there are many differing concepts of social exclusion across Europe reflected in health, education, housing and employment. The book reveals the need for a strong dynamic element in policy, producing early and focused action for individuals and groups in society. While rejecting the need for transfers of income between countries, Social Exclusion and European Policy discusses whether there is something extra to be done at the EU level that cannot currently be carried out by member states or through existing co-operation. With its multi-disciplinary approach and emphasis on policy solution, this will be invaluable reading for policymakers within EU institutions, NGOs and scholars and researchers of European studies and social policy protection.

At-Risk Children & Youth - Resiliency Explored (Hardcover): Niall McElwee At-Risk Children & Youth - Resiliency Explored (Hardcover)
Niall McElwee
R3,223 Discovery Miles 32 230 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What assistance can be provided to disadvantaged youngsters to help them conquer the many challenges they face while growing up? At-Risk Children & Youth: Resiliency Explored analyzes the results from accumulated research on the risk and resiliency of children and youth in Ireland. Author Niall McElwee explains many of the challenges faced by children, including poor literacy and numeracy skills, poverty, distrust, and other difficult issues. Practical strategies are presented to help disadvantaged children and youth to overcome societal and self-imposed barriers for improvement. A detailed review and assessment is provided on the efficacy of Ireland's Youth Encounter Projects. This important resource focuses on what works and what does not in youth services. At-Risk Children & Youth: Resiliency Explored closely examines risk factors, and what it specifically means to be `at-risk'. Going further beyond the standard risk factors usually considered such as drug use or dropping-out of school, this probing text explores the full range of factors and coping and healing mechanisms. The author challenges several of the views and beliefs about risk and resiliency generally held by many in child and youth services and in society. This book is extensively referenced and includes helpful figures tables to clearly present information. Topics in At-Risk Children & Youth: Resiliency Explored include: A breakdown of terms for risk behaviors and predictors of risk Issues of social class and social exclusion The impact of school difficulties on students, including truancy and poor academic standing Strategies to build on student strengths The quality of the entirety of the school experience as a determination of success Strategies for intervention A review of literature on risk and resiliency A relational research model, including methodology and ethical issues Description and functions of Youth Encounter Projects-and an assessment of their value Results of risk studies over the past decade Recommended changes in policies At-Risk Children & Youth: Resiliency Explored is a valuable addition to the libraries of educators, students, and child and youth service providers everywhere.

At-Risk Children and Youth - Resiliency Explored (Paperback): Niall McElwee At-Risk Children and Youth - Resiliency Explored (Paperback)
Niall McElwee
R1,384 Discovery Miles 13 840 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Discover strategies to reinforce the strengths of the youngest members of society What assistance can be provided to a disadvantaged youngster to help them bounce back to conquer challenges while growing up? At-Risk Children and Youth analyzes the results from accumulated research on the risk and resiliency of children and youth in Ireland. Niall McElwee shines a crucial spotlight on the challenges facing children, including poor literacy and numeracy skills, poverty, distrust, and other difficult issues. Practical strategies are presented to help disadvantaged children and youth to overcome societal and self-imposed barriers for improvement. A detailed review and assessment is provided of the efficacy of Ireland's Youth Encounter Projects. This important resource focuses on what works and what does not in youth services. At-Risk Children and Youth closely examines at-risk factors and what it specifically means to be 'at-risk'. Going further beyond the standard risk factors usually considered such as drug use or dropping-out of school, this probing text explores the full range of factors and coping and healing mechanisms. The author challenges several of the views and beliefs about risk and resiliency generally held by many in child and youth services and in society. This book is extensively referenced and includes helpful figures tables to clearly present information. Topics in At-Risk Children and Youth include: detailed breakdown of terms for risk behaviors and predictors of risk the issues of social class and social exclusion the impact of school difficulties on students, including truancy and poor academic standing building on student strengths the quality of the entirety of the school experience as a determination of success strategies for intervention a review of various literature on risk and resiliency a relational research model, including methodology and ethical issues description and functions of Youth Encounter Projects-and an assessment of their value at-risk youth perceptions of risk, in their own words results of risk studies over the past decade recommended changes in policies At-Risk Children and Youth is a valuable addition to the libraries of educators, students, and child and youth service providers everywhere.

Socioeconomic Status - Influences, Disparities & Current Issues (Hardcover): Geoffrey Perkins Socioeconomic Status - Influences, Disparities & Current Issues (Hardcover)
Geoffrey Perkins
R2,965 Discovery Miles 29 650 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book provides research on the influences, disparities and current issues of socioeconomic status (SES). Chapter One discusses socio-economic status, inequality and academic achievement. Chapter Two reviews literature on socioeconomic variables that predict a child's executive functioning and possible contextual and cognitive variables mediating this association. Chapter Three examines socioeconomic and racial disparities in child health and health outcomes. Chapter Four analyses attitudes toward poverty and the government safety net programs in relationship to income and party affiliation, and investigates theories to better understand the polarised attitudes toward socioeconomic status, inequality and poverty in America. Chapter Five provides a review of three different studies which underpin the proposal of the benefits and pitfalls of high SES. Chapter Six reports the findings of two questionnaire surveys focusing on the effects of socioeconomic status and trait self-control on seeking relationships.

Generation Priced Out - Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America (Hardcover): Randy Shaw Generation Priced Out - Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America (Hardcover)
Randy Shaw
R704 R560 Discovery Miles 5 600 Save R144 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Generation Priced Out is a call to action on one of the most talked-about issues of our time: how skyrocketing rents and home values are pricing the working and middle classes out of urban America. Randy Shaw tells the powerful stories of tenants, politicians, homeowner groups, developers, and activists in over a dozen cities impacted by the national housing crisis. From San Francisco to New York, Seattle to Denver, and Los Angeles to Austin, Generation Priced Out challenges progressive cities to reverse rising economic and racial inequality. Shaw exposes how boomer homeowners restrict millennials' access to housing in big cities, a generational divide that increasingly dominates city politics. Shaw also demonstrates that neighborhood gentrification is not inevitable and presents proven measures for cities to preserve and expand their working- and middle-class populations and achieve more equitable and inclusive outcomes. Generation Priced Out is a must-read for anyone concerned about the future of urban America.

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