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  1. Marxism and the Sociology of Trade Unionism by Richard Hyman
  2. Homosexuality: A Changing Picture by Hendrik Marinus Ruitenbeek
  3. A2 Sociology by Rob Webb

    A2 Sociology by Rob Webb

    $8.78

    This exam practice book for A2 sociology students contains detailed advice and tips on how to improve marks and overall grade. This volume includes: exam questions covering all core A2 topics; students' answers with hints and tips; "Don't make these mistakes" sections; and more. Learn More
  4. A2 Sociology by Rob Webb

    A2 Sociology by Rob Webb

    $9.01

    Part of "The Collins Revision Notes" series for A Level students, this book covers the content needed for A2 Sociology. Individual pages are hole-punched, and can be removed for insertion into students' own files. The content is presented in a visual form, using bullet points, flowcharts, tables, diagrams, and highlighting. Learn More
  5. Myths at Work by Harriet Bradley (University of Bristol)

    Myths at Work by Harriet Bradley (University of Bristol)

    $9.01

    A A provocative and intelligent look at the 'myths' used to explain recent changes in the nature of work. A The authors unravel these myths, explain how they have come about, and question their accuracy. In doing so they provide a more accurate picture of employment and the modern workplace. Learn More
  6. A Treatise on Social Theory: v. 1: Methodology of Social Theory by Walter Garrison Runciman

    A Treatise on Social Theory: v. 1: Methodology of Social Theory by Walter Garrison Runciman

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    This first volume of a trilogy on social theory sets out the criteria by which the work of social scientists require to be tested. Learn More
  7. Reflections on Research: The Realities of Doing Research in the Social Sciences by Nina Hallowell

    Reflections on Research: The Realities of Doing Research in the Social Sciences by Nina Hallowell

    $9.03

    What is it really like to do social science research? In what ways can research go wrong and what can you do to put it right again? How do research methods and research ethics relate in practice? This book highlights the practical and ethical complexities involved in the conduct of empirically based research. Learn More
  8. Research with Children: Perspectives and Practices by Pia Christensen

    Research with Children: Perspectives and Practices by Pia Christensen

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    Research with Children is a new resource book on the methodology of childhood research. Leading and new researchers within the social studies of childhood discuss epistemology and methodology, showing the links between theory and practice. Learn More
  9. Native Land by Nigel Barley

    Native Land by Nigel Barley

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    A unique look at the British from an anthropologist`s point of view. The author uses his skills to describe and analyze various aspects of British society, from weddings and church services to strip clubs and pub-crawls. Learn More
  10. Against a Peacock Sky by Monica Connell

    Against a Peacock Sky by Monica Connell

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    An account by a young anthropologist of two years she spent in a Nepalese mountain village in the early 1980s. The book is striking both for its lyricism and for the authenticity of its portrayal of village life in a community which depends entirely on the land. Learn More

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