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By Ann Phoenix
Based on involved creative, qualitative work with families in India and the UK who live in different contexts, this book illuminates how environmental practices are negotiated within families, and how they relate to values, identities, and society.
By Lynn Comella
Lynn Comella tells the fascinating history of how feminist sex-toy stores such as Eve's Garden, Good Vibrations and Babeland raised sexual consciousness, redefined the adult industry, provided educational and community resources, and changed the way sex was talked about, had, and enjoyed.
By Jacqui Gabb
This book presents an incisive and engaging account of love, intimacy and personal life in contemporary Western society. The authors draw on rich qualitative and large-scale survey data to explore how couples communicate with each other, negotiate the pressures and pleasures of parenthood, and the vagaries of sexual desire and...
This book provides a detailed exploration of the interrelations between globalization, borders and families through a legal lens embedded in sociological theories and empirical data. Its socio-legal nature will have a broad appeal for readers interested in family, immigration and labor law, as well as globalization and other studies.
By Tina Miller
An accessible analysis of family lives, gender equality and work, examining mothers' and fathers' accounts of negotiating parenting responsibilities and work-place demands. The book will have a broad appeal and relevance to academics, practitioners, students, parents and anyone contemplating parenthood, with the findings informing scholarly work and policy.
This textbook is endorsed by OCR and supports the specification for A-Level Classical Civilisation first teaching September 2017. It covers Components 32 and 33 from the 'Beliefs and Ideas' Component Group: Love and Relationships by Matthew Barr and Alastair Thorley Politics of the Late Republic by Lucy Cresswell How was...
Taking as a point of departure Martin Luther's redefinition of marriage, the contributors to this volume spin out the multiple ways that the Reformers' attempts to simplify and clarify marriage affected education, philosophy, literature, high politics, diplomacy, and law.