Sociology books

Another Country: Everyday Social Restitution

South Africans are in agreement about the kind of country they want, but also know they are not yet there. In Another Country: Everyday social restitution, author Sharlene Swartz relates Black South Africans� experiences of dehumanising racism alongside White South African�s shame for the past and anxiety for the future. She introduces the concept of �social restitution� -

Genre: Sociology

Break Through

At the age of eight, Aspen Fairchild is kidnapped. Taken hostage by a man she trusts. Five years later she escapes, vowing never to trust another man. Now she�s an adult and she�s kept the promise she made to herself as a child, keeping men at a distance.Carter Johnston is talented and charming. A photographer well known for his ability to capture the true essence of his s

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Fashion and Its Social Agendas: Class, Gender, and Identity in Clothing

It has long been said that clothes make the man (or woman), but is it still true today? If so, how has the information clothes convey changed over the years? Using a wide range of historical and contemporary materials, Diana Crane demonstrates how the social significance of clothing has been transformed.Crane compares nineteenth-century societiesFrance and the United Stat

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Saving Sarah: Run With Me (Harts of Golden Book 3)

Only one man can be left standing. Who will it be. Mike or Scott.Mike and Sarah have finally found happiness in each others arms. They are looking forward to a new life together, but things arent going to be as straight-forward as they think. Events from the past are closing in and could put an end to their fledgling relationship. Ties will be tested, families pulled in