Between 1815 and 1914, Europe saw significant changes in every area: science and the arts, politics and culture, industrialization and views on individual liberty. Historian Richard Evans explores European developments during the 19th century, finding special significance in the quest for power by individuals in all social classes, by business leaders, and by governments.
Culture and Waste: The Creation and Destruction of Value - Kindle edition by Gay Hawkins, Stephen Muecke, John Frow, David Halperin, Jonathon Gil Harris, Anna Neill, Suzanne Raitt, Deborah Bird Rose, Michael Taussig, Patricia Yaeger. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Sociomedical Science is a branch that deals with the understanding of economic as well as social conditions that have an impact on the health, disease and medicine and their study and better knowledge can lead to the betterment of the society. Sociomedical Sciences progresses population health by investigating the cultural, social, economic forces, psychological, political and historical factors that affect human health.
Living Sustainably: What Intentional Communities Can Teach Us about Democracy, Simplicity, and Nonviolence (Culture of the Land) - Kindle edition by A. Whitney Sanford. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
"What Color Are Your Jellybeans? Intersections of Generation, Race, Sex, Culture, & Gender" (1st Ed) Felecia Carter Harris When faced with a constant flow of information, how can society adequately explore the intersection of race, spirituality, politics, culture, and gender? This text examines how these concepts affect our views of differences, and more importantly, how we view each other. It is well-suited to courses in African American studies, gender studies, diversity, & sociology.
Wicked Wednesday Food Ideas and Articles - mostly breakfast but not only. We will keep you posted...
A lot happened in 2016, but one of the biggest cultural shifts was the rise of fake news - where claims with no evidence behind them (e.g. the world is flat ) get shared as fact alongside evidence-based, peer-reviewed findings (e.g. climate change...
"Institutionalized Inequality: Readings on the Structural Causes of Poverty and Inequality in America" (First Edition) Edited by Lawrence M. Eppard The readings within this anthology go beyond individualistic explanations of poverty and economic inequality to examine the equally important economic, political, and cultural forces contributing to these persistent social problems. This anthology can be used in a variety of social science.
Hormones and mental states. (Hey, dudes -- I have just described your hormonal state ALL THE TIME!)