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Into The Laager - Orania And The Fringe Of Afrikaner Identity (Paperback): Kajsa Norman Into The Laager - Orania And The Fringe Of Afrikaner Identity (Paperback)
Kajsa Norman 1
R240 R197 Discovery Miles 1 970 Save R43 (18%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

Nelson Mandela is dead and in South Africa his dream of a rainbow nation is fading. Twenty-two years after the fall of apartheid, groups of white Afrikaners have cut themselves off from this unpredictable country, fearing that their language, culture, and eventually their entire people, may soon become extinct.

Living on edge in an ever-changing nation, many have retreated to the breakaway republic of Orania, where they work to construct a utopia for white Africans. Within the safety of their laager – a homeland with its own flag and currency – they can, once again, dictate the rules. Weaving between past and present, Into The Laager traces the war for control of South Africa, its people and its history, through a series of December 16ths, beginning with the Battle of Blood River in 1838. In so doing, it takes us back to the origin of these fears: the years of nationalism and social engineering behind this modern struggle for identity and relevancy.

Along the way, Norman asks the difficult questions – those which are as relevant in today’s South Africa as they were in 1838: How do people react when they believe their cultural identity is under threat? And how far are we prepared to go to survive as a people?

Fair Shot - Rethinking Inequality and How We Earn (Paperback): Chris Hughes Fair Shot - Rethinking Inequality and How We Earn (Paperback)
Chris Hughes
R235 R156 Discovery Miles 1 560 Save R79 (34%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes makes the case that one percenters like him should pay their fortune forward in a radically simple way: a guaranteed income for working people

The first half of Chris Hughes' life followed the perfect arc of the American Dream. He grew up in a small town in North Carolina. His parents were people of modest means, but he was accepted into an elite boarding school and then Harvard, both on a scholarship. There, he met Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz and became one of the co-founders of Facebook.

In telling his story, Hughes demonstrates the powerful role fortune and luck play in today's economy. Through the rocket-ship rise of Facebook, Hughes came to understand how a select few can become ultra-wealthy nearly overnight. He believes the same forces that made Facebook possible have made it harder for everyone else in America to make ends meet.

To help people who are struggling, Hughes proposes a simple, bold solution: a guaranteed income for working people, including unpaid caregivers and students, paid for by the one percent. Hughes believes that a guaranteed income is the most powerful tool we have to combat poverty. Money - cold hard cash with no strings attached - gives people freedom, dignity and the ability to climb the economic ladder.

A guaranteed income for working people is the big idea that's missing. This book, grounded in Hughes' personal experience, will start a frank conversation about how we earn, how we can combat income inequality, and ultimately, how we can give everyone a fair shot.

The Urbanization of Injustice (Hardcover, New): Andy Merrifield, Erik Swyngedouw The Urbanization of Injustice (Hardcover, New)
Andy Merrifield, Erik Swyngedouw
R1,860 Discovery Miles 18 600 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

With the advent of AIDS, the proliferation of gangs and drugs, and the uneasy sensation that Big Brother is actually watching us, the dark side of urban living seems to be overshadowing the brighter side of pleasure, liberation, and opportunity.

The Urbanization of Injustice chronicles these bleak urban images, while taking to task exclusivist politics, globalization theory, and superficial environmentalism. Exploring the links between urbanism, power, and justice, The Urbanization of Injustice presents the thoughts and theories of Edward Soja, David Harvey, Marshall Bermann, Doreen Masey, Sharon Zukin, Susan Fainstein, Ira Katznelson, Nell Smith, and Michael Keith in one cohesive volume, bringing us one step closer to genuinely humane and socially just urban practices.

Cambridge Handbooks in Psychology - The Cambridge Handbook of Successful Aging (Paperback): Rocio Fernandez Ballesteros,... Cambridge Handbooks in Psychology - The Cambridge Handbook of Successful Aging (Paperback)
Rocio Fernandez Ballesteros, Athanase Benetos, Jean-Marie Robine
R1,008 Discovery Miles 10 080 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Recent studies show that more people than ever before are reaching old age in better health and enjoying that health for a longer time. This Handbook outlines the latest discoveries in the study of aging from bio-medicine, psychology, and socio-demography. It treats the study of aging as a multidisciplinary scientific subject, since it requires the interplay of broad disciplines, while offering high motivation, positive attitudes, and behaviors for aging well, and lifestyle changes that will help people to stay healthier across life span and in old age. Written by leading scholars from various academic disciplines, the chapters delve into the most topical aspects of aging today - including biological mechanisms of aging, aging with health, active and productive aging, aging with satisfaction, aging with respect, and aging with dignity. Aimed at health professionals as well as general readers, this Cambridge Handbook offers a new, positive approach to later life.

Re-Presenting the City - Ethnicity, Capital and Culture in the Twenty-First Century Metropolis (Paperback): Anthony D King Re-Presenting the City - Ethnicity, Capital and Culture in the Twenty-First Century Metropolis (Paperback)
Anthony D King
R581 Discovery Miles 5 810 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Classic representations of the city have focused on simplistic urban dichotomies such as renewal or decline, poverty or prosperity, and vice or vigor. We are left with the question of what actually constitutes a city and what makes it and its people succeed or fail. Recent writing on the city, however, has begun to question the images, metaphors, and discourses through which the contemporary city is represented. Discussing recent visual, architectural and spatial transformations in New York and other major world cities in relation to the themes of ethnicity, capital, and culture, Re-Presenting the City moves between interpretive representations of the newly emerging metropolis and the theoretical and methodological questions raised by the task of such representations. Contributors with backgrounds in urban planning, sociology, cultural studies, architecture, art history, geography, and philosophy reflect on the construction of both the real and the unreal city, the images, metaphors and discourses through which the contemporary city is represented, and the texts which both mediate our experience of, as well as contribute to producing, the city of the future.

Producers, Parasites, Patriots - Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity (Paperback): Daniel Martinez HoSang, Joseph... Producers, Parasites, Patriots - Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity (Paperback)
Daniel Martinez HoSang, Joseph E. Lowndes
R374 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R89 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The shifting meaning of race and class in the age of Trump The profound concentration of economic power in the United States in recent decades has produced surprising new forms of racialization. In Producers, Parasites, Patriots, Daniel Martinez HoSang and Joseph E. Lowndes show that while racial subordination is an enduring feature of U.S. political history, it continually changes in response to shifting economic and political conditions, interests, and structures. The authors document the changing politics of race and class in the age of Trump across a broad range of phenomena, showing how new forms of racialization work to alter the economic protections of whiteness while promoting some conservatives of color as models of the neoliberal regime. Through careful analyses of diverse political sites and conflicts-racially charged elections, attacks on public-sector unions, new forms of white precarity, the rise of black and brown political elites, militia uprisings, multiculturalism on the far right-they highlight new, interwoven deployments of race in the ascendant age of inequality. Using the concept of "racial transposition," the authors demonstrate how racial meanings and signification can be transferred from one group to another to shore up both neoliberalism and racial hierarchy. From the militia movement to the Alt-Right to the mainstream Republican Party, Producers, Parasites, Patriots brings to light the changing role of race in right-wing politics.

The Speed Tribes - Days and Nights with Japan's Next Generation (Paperback, 1st HarperPerennial ed): Karl Greenfeld The Speed Tribes - Days and Nights with Japan's Next Generation (Paperback, 1st HarperPerennial ed)
Karl Greenfeld
R298 R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Save R16 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This foray into the often violent subcultures of Japan dramatically debunks the Western perception of a seemingly controlled and orderly society.

God Is Not Great - How Religion Poisons Everything (Paperback): Christopher Hitchens God Is Not Great - How Religion Poisons Everything (Paperback)
Christopher Hitchens
R187 R126 Discovery Miles 1 260 Save R61 (33%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In the tradition of Bertrand Russell's Why I Am Not a Christian and Sam Harris's recent bestseller, The End of Faith, Christopher Hitchens makes the ultimate case
against religion. With a close and erudite reading of the major religious texts, he documents the ways in which religion is a man-made wish, a cause of dangerous sexual repression, and a distortion of our origins in the cosmos. With eloquent clarity, Hitchens frames the argument for a more secular life based on science and reason, in which hell is replaced by the Hubble Telescope's awesome view of the universe, and Moses and the burning bush give way to the beauty and symmetry
of the double helix.

Two Kinds of Rationality - Kibbutz Democracy and the Conflict Between the Generations (Paperback, Minnesota Archi): T.M.S. Evens Two Kinds of Rationality - Kibbutz Democracy and the Conflict Between the Generations (Paperback, Minnesota Archi)
T.M.S. Evens
R1,067 Discovery Miles 10 670 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"Two Kinds of Rationality " was first published in 1995. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Beginning with a discussion of mind-body dualism in social anthropology, Evens presents a profound theory of human conduct that deploys notions of hierarchy and practice. He uses the case study of an Israeli kibbutz to address the central anthropological problem of rationality.

Of particular interest is Evens's interpretation of the Genesis myth, as well as his reading of Rousseau's revision of this myth, as paradigms of generational conflict and the kibbutz's logic of moral order. These interpretations are tied to Evens's detailed discussion of a controversial attempt to introduce secret balloting into a particular kibbutz's directly democratic process.

Two Kinds of Rationality distinguishes between instrumental and mythic rationality, picturing the latter as a value rationality. Projecting reality as basically ambiguous, Evens offers a critique of theoretical approaches to social action and a rethinking of contemporary notions of human agency. This revolutionary theoretical work will appeal to social and political theorists, anthropologists, and students of cultural studies, social movements, and Jewish studies.

T. M. S. Evens is professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is the author of numerous articles and coeditor of "Transcendence in Society: Case Studies" (1990), a comparative study of social movements.

The Rage of a Privileged Class (Paperback, Harperperennial ed.): Ellis Cose The Rage of a Privileged Class (Paperback, Harperperennial ed.)
Ellis Cose
R250 R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Save R16 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A controversial and widely heralded look at the race-related pain and anger felt by the most respected, best educated, and wealthiest members of the black community.

Richistan - A Journey Through the 21st Century Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich (Paperback): Robert Frank Richistan - A Journey Through the 21st Century Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich (Paperback)
Robert Frank
R212 R178 Discovery Miles 1 780 Save R34 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In this riveting book, Wall Street Journal reporter Robert Frank explores the lives and lifestyles of a new breed of millionaires and billionaires - many of them self-made and from blue-collar backgrounds - and how this new gilded age is affecting wider society. Profiles of 'instapreneurs', dot-com billionaires, and eccentrics from the lower and upper reaches of Richistan take us into the rarified world of people like Ed Bazinet, who became a multi-millionaire by selling miniature ceramic villages, and Tim Blixseth, who earned billions by trading remote stretches of timberland. The influence wielded by the newly wealthy goes far beyond their earning power, and Frank also explores the lifestyles developing around them (butler schools and a new type of service employee, self-help groups for people worth $10 million or more) as well as where their money is going (the commodification of the art world, the rise of 'market-driven' philanthropy). As wealth creation becomes more and more globalised, Richistan looks behind the glitz to find the real story of new money and its impact on the world.

Vanished World (Paperback, 1st paperback ed): Claire M. Owens Vanished World (Paperback, 1st paperback ed)
Claire M. Owens
R368 R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Save R69 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A Vanished World is an elegant and exquisite portrait of a rural, turn-of-the-century childhood from a young girl's perspective. But Anne Sneller's 'vanished world' is not just the small world she knew as a child; it is the world of the rural America, a peaceful world of family farms, quiet country roads, and small towns, which stretched from New England to the West Coast, from Minnesota to Texas.

Comparing Muslim Societies - Knowledge and the State in a World Civilization (Paperback): Juan R.I. Cole Comparing Muslim Societies - Knowledge and the State in a World Civilization (Paperback)
Juan R.I. Cole
R789 Discovery Miles 7 890 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
American Girls - Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers (Standard format, CD): Nancy Jo Sales American Girls - Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers (Standard format, CD)
Nancy Jo Sales; Read by Therese Plummer, Nancy Jo Sales
R781 R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Save R231 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Guns, Germs, and Steel - The Fates of Human Societies (Paperback): Jared Diamond Guns, Germs, and Steel - The Fates of Human Societies (Paperback)
Jared Diamond 1
R279 R260 Discovery Miles 2 600 Save R19 (7%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In this "artful, informative, and delightful" (William H. McNeill, New York Review of Books) book, Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed religion --as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war --and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures. A major advance in our understanding of human societies, Guns, Germs, and Steel chronicles the way that the modern world came to be and stunningly dismantles racially based theories of human history. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, the Rhone-Poulenc Prize, and the Commonwealth club of California's Gold Medal.

Steampunk User's Manual: An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical G - An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical Guide to... Steampunk User's Manual: An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical G - An Illustrated Practical and Whimsical Guide to Creating Retro-futurist Dreams (Hardcover)
Jeff Vandermeer, Desirina Boskovich 1
R473 R297 Discovery Miles 2 970 Save R176 (37%) In stock

The Steampunk User's Manual features beautiful images and entertaining text about the incredibly popular Science Fiction subgenre that imagines future technology and fashion via a 19th century perspective and toolbox. The Steampunk User's Manual provides a conceptual how-to guide across all aspects of Steampunk that motivates and awes both the armchair enthusiast and the committed creator. The idea here is to give readers points of reference that are both refreshingly down-to-earth and completely over-the-top-that utterly doable jewellery project juxtaposed with that stunningly crazy and jaw-dropping art installation. The book features sections on fashion, art, crafts, music, large-scale installations, fiction, filmmaking, etc. By combining the functional and the delightfully out-there, The Steampunk User's Manual not only satisfies readers-it also entertains and inspires them at a very high level and provides an updated look at the world of Steampunk, which has already changed since the publication of The Steampunk Bible.

Coming of Age in New Jersey - College and American Culture (Paperback): Michael Moffatt Coming of Age in New Jersey - College and American Culture (Paperback)
Michael Moffatt
R645 Discovery Miles 6 450 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"With Kinseyesque diligence Moffatt] catalogues the sexual habits and fantasies of his students. . . . His book vibrates with quirky authenticity." --New York Times Book Review "Useful for understanding the student experience . . . throughout the United States. . . . Beautifully written, carefully researched . . . a classic."--John Thelin, Educational Studies "Michael Moffatt is a multitalented, multidisciplinary scholar . . . who writes without a trace of gobbledygook. He deserves a wide following." --Rupert Wilkinson, Journal of American Studies "One of the most thoughtfully crafted case studies of undergraduate culture . . . ever written . . . a book every professor should read." --Paul J. Baker, Academe Coming of Age is about college as students really know it and--often--love it. To write this remarkable account, Michael Moffatt did what anthropologists usually do in more distant cultures: he lived among the natives. His findings are sometimes disturbing, potentially controversial, but somehow very believable. Coming of Age is a vivid slice of life of what Moffatt saw and heard in the dorms of a typical state university, Rutgers, in the 1980s. It is full of student voices: naive and worldy-wise, vulgar and polite, cynical, humorous, and sometimes even idealistic. But it is also about American culture more generally: individualism, friendship, community, bureaucracy, diversity, race, sex, gender, intellect, work, and play. As an example of an ethnography written about an anthropologist's own culture, this book is an uncommon one. As a new and revealing perspective on the much-studied American college student, it is unique.

Segregation by Design - Local Politics and Inequality in American Cities (Paperback): Jessica Trounstine Segregation by Design - Local Politics and Inequality in American Cities (Paperback)
Jessica Trounstine
R537 R420 Discovery Miles 4 200 Save R117 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Segregation by Design draws on more than 100 years of quantitative and qualitative data from thousands of American cities to explore how local governments generate race and class segregation. Starting in the early twentieth century, cities have used their power of land use control to determine the location and availability of housing, amenities (such as parks), and negative land uses (such as garbage dumps). The result has been segregation - first within cities and more recently between them. Documenting changing patterns of segregation and their political mechanisms, Trounstine argues that city governments have pursued these policies to enhance the wealth and resources of white property owners at the expense of people of color and the poor. Contrary to leading theories of urban politics, local democracy has not functioned to represent all residents. The result is unequal access to fundamental local services - from schools, to safe neighborhoods, to clean water.

A Brief History of the Freemasons (Paperback): Jasper Ridley A Brief History of the Freemasons (Paperback)
Jasper Ridley
R214 R180 Discovery Miles 1 800 Save R34 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The history of the Freemasons has been often shrouded in mystery and suspicion. Since 1717, with the establishment of the Grand Lodge in London, the Freemasons have been a power within the nation, withstanding attacks from the Catholic Church, Hitler and public disapproval. Throughout the last three hundred years, the Freemasons have been influential in some of the most important turning points in History. Jasper Ridley explores the role of the society in both the American and French Revolutions and whether Mozart's The Magic Flute was an expose of secret rituals. He reveals that Pushkin, Winston Churchill, Booker T. Washington, Clark Gable, Walter Scott, members of the royal family and at least 16 US Presidents were all members.

Old in Art School - A Memoir of Starting Over (Hardcover): Nell Irvin Painter Old in Art School - A Memoir of Starting Over (Hardcover)
Nell Irvin Painter
R507 R384 Discovery Miles 3 840 Save R123 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Give People Money - How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work, and Remake the World (Paperback): Annie... Give People Money - How a Universal Basic Income Would End Poverty, Revolutionize Work, and Remake the World (Paperback)
Annie Lowrey
R286 R231 Discovery Miles 2 310 Save R55 (19%) Pre-order
Munmun (Paperback, Main): Jesse Andrews Munmun (Paperback, Main)
Jesse Andrews 1
R191 R158 Discovery Miles 1 580 Save R33 (17%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In an alternate reality a lot like our world, every person's physical size is directly proportional to their wealth. The poorest of the poor are the size of rats, and billionaires are the size of skyscrapers. Warner and his sister Prayer are destitute - and tiny. Their size is not just demeaning but dangerous: day and night they face mortal dangers that bigger, richer people don't ever have to think about, from being mauled by cats to their house getting stepped on. There are no cars or phones built small enough for them, or schools or hospitals, for that matter - there's no point, when no one that little has any purchasing power, and when salaried doctors and teachers would never fit in buildings so small. Warner and Prayer know their only hope is to scale up, but how can two littlepoors survive in a world built against them? Brilliant, warm and funny, this is a social novel for our times in the tradition of 1984 or the work of Douglas Adams.

Oranjezicht City Farm - Food. Community. Connection. (Hardcover): Leonie Joubert Oranjezicht City Farm - Food. Community. Connection. (Hardcover)
Leonie Joubert
R320 R254 Discovery Miles 2 540 Save R66 (21%) Shipped within 4 - 10 working days

In 2012, a few volunteers took a neglected piece of land that was a sterile bowling green on the edge of the Cape Town inner city, and turned it into a productive urban food garden. Today the Oranjezicht City Farm has become so much more than that with food growing becoming a way to realise a much wider vision. This small educational non-profit project has hosted thousands of school children, and through its weekly farmerís market supports numerous small, local farmers, dozens of artisanal food purveyors and the hundreds of jobs they provide. Oranjezicht City Farm. Food Community Connection, tries to capture some of the stories about how this farm, and all the activities around it, came to be. Itís a record of what drives the spirit of volunteerism and how to bring about change for the better in communities. Filled with gorgeous images from across the seasons, it also contains recipes that reflect the community spirit of the farm, and points toward the future of food and farming in Cape Town. Itís about the resources needed to make it happen. Itís about the personalities who drive it. Itís about the frustrations and victories and hurdles and successes that come with any project of this nature.

In Patagonia - Vintage Voyages (Paperback): Bruce Chatwin In Patagonia - Vintage Voyages (Paperback)
Bruce Chatwin; Introduction by 'Nicholas Shakespeare 1
R241 R168 Discovery Miles 1 680 Save R73 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Vintage Voyages: A world of journeys, from the tallest mountains to the depths of the mind When Bruce Chatwin's In Patagonia was published in 1977 it heralded the arrival of a startling new talent in British literature. Critics were surprised and spellbound by a story of an adventure which blurred the boundaries between travel writing, biography, history and memoir. All readers recognised its timeless quality - Auberon Waugh went as far as to call it `a classic'.

The Privileged Poor - How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students (Hardcover): Anthony Abraham Jack The Privileged Poor - How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students (Hardcover)
Anthony Abraham Jack
R520 R387 Discovery Miles 3 870 Save R133 (26%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Getting in is only half the battle. The Privileged Poor reveals how-and why-disadvantaged students struggle at elite colleges, and explains what schools can do differently if these students are to thrive. The Ivy League looks different than it used to. College presidents and deans of admission have opened their doors-and their coffers-to support a more diverse student body. But is it enough just to admit these students? In The Privileged Poor, Anthony Jack reveals that the struggles of less privileged students continue long after they've arrived on campus. Admission, they quickly learn, is not the same as acceptance. This bracing and necessary book documents how university policies and cultures can exacerbate preexisting inequalities and reveals why these policies hit some students harder than others. Despite their lofty aspirations, top colleges hedge their bets by recruiting their new diversity largely from the same old sources, admitting scores of lower-income black, Latino, and white undergraduates from elite private high schools like Exeter and Andover. These students approach campus life very differently from students who attended local, and typically troubled, public high schools and are often left to flounder on their own. Drawing on interviews with dozens of undergraduates at one of America's most famous colleges and on his own experiences as one of the privileged poor, Jack describes the lives poor students bring with them and shows how powerfully background affects their chances of success. If we truly want our top colleges to be engines of opportunity, university policies and campus cultures will have to change. Jack provides concrete advice to help schools reduce these hidden disadvantages-advice we cannot afford to ignore.

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