Family: The Lying, The War, and The Wife
A Treatise by Michael E Freeman Saulsberre by Michael E Freeman Saulsberre
Family: The lying, the war, and the wife, is a treatise, about the decline of the nuclear family, particularly in black communities, within the United States. The book compares the United States to the BRIC countries, discussing the difference in ...
Land of the Golden River
The Medieval Tamil Folk Epic of Poṉṉivaḷa Nāḍu by Brenda E. F. Beck
A Journey through Story to Poṉṉivaḷa Nāḍu: An Ancient Tamil Kingdom This remarkable epic-length legend presents a rich and well-rounded view of local South Asian folk history, masterfully interwoven with many social themes and multiple layers of ...
Gender and Property Rights
Critical Issues in the Context of SDG 5 with a Focus on Bangladesh by Mohammad Jabbar
On their list of 17 Sustainable Development Goals for all nations, the United Nations uses #5 “to achieve equality and empower all women and girls”. One of the nine targets under goal 5 is ‘gender equality in the ownership of productive assets, ...
Dying to be Seen
The Race to Save Medicare in Canada by Cathy MacNeil
Canada’s public health care system is under attack. Defunding, deregulating, defrauding, and deliberate disintegration have manipulated Canadians into despising their once-beloved system as unsustainable, unfixable, and cost-prohibitive. There is a ...
Safer, Cleaner, Fairer, More Secure by Bill Stollery
Many people are concerned about the future. We need a world that is safer, cleaner and more secure. The required approach must have a global perspective. This book will help them feel enpowered and optimistic, will provide solutions to the world's ...
Indomitable Canadian Filipinos
by Eleanor R. Laquian
In the 70- year history of Filipino migration to Canada, their number has increased from 770 in 1964 to about a million in 2021. Yet no book has been written and published in Canada about the Filipino community in its entirety. This book fills that ...
Language and State
An Inquiry into the Progress of Civilization, Second Edition by Xing Yu
This book argues that while humans communicate using language, they create and use media. Media extend the distance of communication. Humans form themselves into a large community. This happens in a long historical process in which the state of the ...
Language and State
A Theory of the Progress of Civilization by Xing Yu
Language and State: A Theory of the Progress of Civilization, Second Edition, argues that the state takes form because of language. It argues that since humans began to use language, they have been able to create and use media. Media include ...
Workplace Sexual Harassment, Backlash, Bullying and Gaslighting: A Memoir by K. Koslowsky-Jones
Compelled uniquely contributes to the current conversation about workplace sexual harassment, and discusses the backlash, bullying and gaslighting behaviours which often follow. Its theoretical, legal and historical overview provides context in ...
Do Not Ignore Your Mortality
Practical Advice From a Funeral & Financial Insider by Greg Barnsdale
You will be hard pressed to find another book like this one. Greg has delicately pulled together a gripping message that so many adults need to hear. Only about half the adult population of Canada and the U.S. have a current and valid will. The ...