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Indonesian Muslims in a Gl...

Muslim communities in non-Muslim countries, and particularly their younger members, have been an interesting topic in academia recently. Many books and journal articles have been written on the identity issues of young Muslims, and this book serves to enrich previous literature on this important issue. It highlights Indonesian Musl...
£58.99

Undergraduate ELT in Sri L...

The book looks into the South Asian experience of English language education in the first decade of the 21st century by examining its policies, practices and perspectives in Sri Lanka. It discusses the evolution of English from the language of administration of the former South Asian colony up to its present and intended, although ...
£64.99

Nature and the Environment...

This collection of essays discusses the human relationship with, and responsibilities toward, the natural environment from the perspective of religions and the social sciences. The chapters examine a variety of conditions that have contributed to the contemporary environmental crisis, including abuse of power, economic greed, indus...
£64.99

Rethinking Social Issues i...

This book revisits key social issues and controversies in education. There are many social issues currently on political and governmental agendas, both in the UK and other countries – from safeguarding, childhood obesity, bullying and mental health, through to widening participation. Some of these issues relate to children and youn...
£52.99

The Meaning of Sexual Iden...

“Something happened in the 1990s”; a group of people who were perceived as radical and “unmentionable” were transformed into a group of people who deserved human rights, and, if you looked close enough, were “normal,” just like everybody else (John D’Emilio (2002). Had a “post-gay era” (Ghaziani, 2011) begun? And if so, how might t...
£39.99

Teaching to Difference? Th...

Teaching to Difference? The Challenges and Opportunities of Diversity in the Classroom offers a comparative perspective on the pedagogical and cultural issues in managing differences and diversity in the classroom. Using reflections and experiential analysis, the volume presents perspectives on the experiences of teaching and learn...
£47.99

New Horizons in Organisati...

New Horizons in Organisational Studies is a series of edited collections, based on the successful British Academy of Management track on Organisational Studies led by David Weir, David Bamber, Craig Marsh, Robert Price and Robert Mikecz since 2007.The series is organised around a selection of the best papers presented at the BAM conferences over that period, and shall begin with two volumes of the “Best of” the previous years, published alongside a 2014 volume.

Rebuilding Sustainable Com...

Established in 2008, the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, is a multidisciplinary research unit dedicated to raising awareness and possessing the expertise necessary for long-term sustainable reconstruction after disasters with a focus on vulnerable populations. Beyond earthquakes and severe weather-related events, the center offers professional trainings and practical knowledge for other disasters framed by bad...

Geography of Crime in Chin...

China has seen dramatic social changes since the Economic Reform of 1978; however, the economic upsurge and rapid urbanization present a two-edged sword, with the consequence of more challenging crime problems. This book presents an analysis of criminal issues in China from a geographic perspective, utilizing both spatio-temporal a...
£57.99

Engaging Chinese Students ...

There has been an increase over the past decade in the number of Chinese students studying in western Higher Education Institutions, with figures expected to increase over the next 10 years. However, this has proved particularly challenging for the lecturers in these Institutions regarding how best to engage and teach this particul...
£52.99

World Complexity Science A...

The WCSA book series is devoted to sociological works that are based upon Complexity and Systemic theories.The series reflects the conviction of WCSA that, in these turbulent times, Complexity theories are the best scientific tools to seize the incertitude and the ignorance that affect both social scientist and social actors in their everyday lives.The series welcomes books that consist of either epistemological works or researches on specific subjects. The epistemic works wi...

Today We’re Alive

By 1888, after 100 years of colonisation, it is estimated that 95% of the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander population had ‘disappeared’. Along with starvation, disease, dispossession and grief, a further contributing factor to this decline was murder. Massacres occurred sequentially as the line of first contact forg...
£47.99
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