If you are tired of hearing about 'whiteness', and if you think racism exists in the hearts of evil others, or you believe that having a black friend unshackles you from racism's hold, I dare you to read this book.
Compared to other animals, the way humans live - our manners, morals, habits, experiences, relationships, technology, values - changes at a bewildering speed. Why is this? Felipe Fernandez-Armesto offers some revolutionary answers to this fundamental question about our species - and speculates on what they mean for our future.
A Manifesto for Social Change is the third of a three-volume series that started seven years ago investigating the causes of our country’s – and the continent’s – development obstacles. More than 20 years after the advent of democracy, we have the conclusion in the ‘trilogy’.
1994 Symbolised the triumphal defeat of almost three and a half centuries of racial separation since the Dutch East India Company planted a bitter almond hedge to keep indigenous people out of `their' Cape outpost in 1659.
The most authoritative dictionary of sociology available. Fully revised to include the most up-to-date concepts and contemporary social issues. It is both an ideal introduction to the subject, and an invaluable reference work for more advanced students and teachers.
Do you long to live a life that is extraordinary? One that shines with joy, compassion, energy, and illuminated faith? This book offers you gifts to be treasured - secret gems of godly wisdom that will spark lasting change within you.
Eusebius McKaiser is a well-known social and political commentator who is determined to raise the level of debate in South Africa while simultaneously making sure that the debates are accessible to everyone.