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A Very Human Ending : How suicide haunts our species

We are the only species on the face of the planet that deliberately ends its own life. More often than not, it is negative social evaluations - real or imagined - that drive us to it. But what is it about the human brain that means that we may not only entertain suicidal thoughts but, in some cases, actually act upon them? Combining cutting-edge scientific research with investigative journalism, psychologist Jesse Bering takes a long hard look at the human fascination with self-slaughter. From
R 272,00 R 320,00

Applied Social Science Methodology: An Introductory Guide

Introducing a variety of social science methodologies through an integrated approach, this textbook is applicable to a range of advanced undergraduate and postgraduate social and political science courses, including politics, sociology, communications, business, management and economics.
R 514,48 R 605,27

Business and Society : A Critical Introduction

Ideal for undergraduates, this introductory textbook comprehensively examines the often fraught and contentious relationship between business and society.
R 382,50 R 450,00

Another country : Everyday social restitution

In Another Country: Everyday Social Restitution, author Sharlene Swartz introduces the concept of `social restitution' - understood as the actions and attitudes that everyday people can undertake in dialogue with each other to `make things good' since `making things right' is impossible.
R 242,25 R 285,00

Blueprint for Revolution : how to use rice pudding, Lego men, and other non-violent techniques to galvanise communities, overthrow dictators, or simply change the world

Outlines the author's philosophy for implementing peaceful world change and provides a model for activists everywhere through stories of his own experience toppling dictatorships (peacefully) and of smaller examples of social change (like Occupy Wall Street or fighting for gay rights).
R 174,25 R 205,00

Bayesian Statistics for the Social Sciences

Bridging the gap between traditional classical statistics and a Bayesian approach, David Kaplan provides readers with the concepts and practical skills they need to apply Bayesian methodologies to their data analysis problems. Part I addresses the elements of Bayesian inference, including exchangeability, likelihood, prior/posterior distributions, and the Bayesian central limit theorem. Part II covers Bayesian hypothesis testing, model building, and linear regression analysis, carefully explaini
R 1 068,11 R 1 256,60

A Dictionary of Sociology

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.
R 175,91 R 206,95

Academic interaction with external social partners

A lively debate on the relationship between the university and society in a developing country like South Africa is emerging. Academic Interaction looks at the main results of a research study on university interaction with external social partners.
R 187,00 R 220,00

AS and A2 Sociology : Study Guide

Level: A Level
Subject: Sociology


Revise for AS & A2 Sociology with confidence! Providing complete study support throughout the two A Level years, this Sociology study guide matches the curriculum content and provides in-depth course coverage, plus invaluable advice on how to get the best results in the exams.
R 284,75 R 335,00

Burdened by race : Coloured identities in Southern Africa

Since its emergence in the late 19th century, coloured identity has been pivotal to racial thinking in southern African societies.
R 417,35 R 491,00

Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology: Outline of a Theory of Practice Series Number 16

Pierre Bourdieu, a French anthropologist, develops his theory of symbolic power through a materialistic approach, which he analyses symbolic capital and the different modes of domination. The author draws on his fieldwork in Kabylia (Algeria) to illustrate his theoretical propositions.
R 548,77 R 645,61