Social Science, Sociology
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 ...
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 ...
By Us! For Us!
Activism in Jane-Finch A Working Class Community by Wanda MacNevin
By Us! For Us! counters the mainstream narrative about the community of Jane-Finch in Toronto. It is a story of courage, advocacy, belonging, and grassroots activism confronting neglect and unacceptable political and bureaucratic decisions that ...
Rekindling Past Learning Experiences to Live Life to the Fullest by John G. Kelly
Nostalgia, learning experiences, meaningful memories… This book is filled with these from a man who grew up in a strong Irish-Catholic community in the North End of Saint John in the 1950s and 1960s, went on to practise law and then become a law ...
In The Grand Scheme Of Things
The making of inspiration through dog behaviour by Jay R. Marchant
There is something much more fundamental to our social interactions today than just simple hello’s and goodbye’s. What if I said that levels of mental illness, obesity, mistrust, inequality, and rates of imprisonment in the human populous have a ...
The Essential Blueprint to Building Strong Families & Fostering Healthy Relationships by Mark Gordon
Are you at a loss to understand how your marriage has become so miserable, or do you wonder why your children are completely out of control? Relationship Matters is designed to help you and your family figure out what went wrong and to help create a ...
Self Reliance and Humanitarian Convergence
by Harry O'Connell
Have you ever speculated about what society will look like in 100 years? Will future societies be more cohesive or manifest greater conflict? What factors are essential to insure society makes the most appropriate adaptations to prosper? What are ...
Mapping Workplace Bullying Behaviours to Moral Disengagement
by Terrance Sereda
Literature of the last couple of decades has studied the phenomenon of workplace bullying extensively. Researchers have approached the subject from a range of aspects, including characteristics of the behaviour. Some have applied the theory of moral ...
Loving My Gay Child
A Mother's Journey to Acceptance by Sushma Agarwal
Like many parents, Sushma and Vijay Agarwal expected both of their sons to grow up, marry a lovely girl, and raise a family. When their younger son told them in 2004 that he was gay, Sushma was devastated. She wanted to know why this had happened to ...
Or, the Wrecking of History and the Perversion of Our Historical Consciousness by Curtis R. McManus
Clio’s Bastards uses an examination of the discipline of history in Canadian universities as the point of entry for a much larger exploration of the intellectual, spiritual, and moral crisis confronting Western civilization today. Over the past four ...