Books by Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

    Diversity in U.S. Mass Media

    By Catherine A. Luther

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    Paperback £42.51

    An updated edition of the comprehensive resource that covers the various areas associated with representations of diversity within the mass media The second edition of Diversity in U.S.

    Sexuality and Citizenship

    By Diane Richardson

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    Hardback £49.21

    Sexual citizenship has become a key concept in the social sciences. It describes the rights and responsibilities of citizens in sexual and intimate life, including debates over equal marriage and women's human rights, as well as shaping thinking about citizenship more generally.

    The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2016

    By Nathaniel Copsey

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    Paperback £17.75

    Produced in association with the Journal of Common Market Studies JCMS, the Annual Review covers the major developments in the European Union in the past year.

    Manet

    By Pierre Bourdieu

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    Hardback £27.96

    What is a 'symbolic revolution'? What happens when a symbolic revolutions occurs, how can it succeed and prevail and why is it so difficult to understand? Using the exemplary case of Edouard Manet, Pierre Bourdieu began to ponder these questions as early as the 1980s, before making it the focus...

    Ex Captivitate Salus

    By Carl Schmitt

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    Hardback £40.71

    When Germany was defeated in 1945, both the Russians and the Americans undertook mass internments in the territories they occupied. The Americans called their approach `automatic arrest'.

    Comfort of People

    By Daniel Miller

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    Hardback £44.96

    At the end of life, our comfort lies mainly in relationships. In this book, Daniel Miller, one of the world's leading anthropologists, examines the social worlds of people suffering from terminal or long-term illness.

    Lecture Notes: Haematology

    By Deborah Hay

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    Paperback Save £2.04 = £27.95

    As the science and practice of haematology continues to advance at a considerable rate, Haematology Lecture Notes remains a comprehensive guide to this diverse subject, and provides support in understanding the pathogenesis and management of haematological disorders.

    Understanding Population Genetics

    By Bengt-Ake Bengtsson

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    Paperback £40.71

    An inspiring introduction to a vital scientific field. The reader is taken through ten mathematical derivations that lead to important results, explaining in a hands-on manner the key concepts and methods of theoretical population genetics. The derivations are carefully worked out and easy to follow.

    Sport and Modernity

    By Richard Gruneau

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    Paperback £17.75

    This important new book from one of the world's leading sociologists of sport weaves together social theory, history and political economy to provide a highly original analysis of the complex relationship between sport and modernity.

    I am Not a Brain

    By Markus Gabriel

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    Hardback £23.71

    Many consider the nature of human consciousness to be one of the last great unsolved mysteries.

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