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The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women (Paperback): Fanny M. Cheung, Diane F. Halpern The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women (Paperback)
Fanny M. Cheung, Diane F. Halpern
R1,531 Discovery Miles 15 310 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

There is a growing knowledge base in understanding the differences and similarities between women and men, as well as the diversities among women and sexualities. Although genetic and biological characteristics define human beings conventionally as women and men, their experiences are contextualized in multiple dimensions in terms of gender, sexuality, class, age, ethnicity, and other social dimensions. Beyond the biological and genetic basis of gender differences, gender intersects with culture and other social locations which affect the socialization and development of women across their life span. This handbook provides a comprehensive and up-to-date resource to understand the intersectionality of gender differences, to dispel myths, and to examine gender-relevant as well as culturally relevant implications and appropriate interventions. Featuring a truly international mix of contributors, and incorporating cross-cultural research and comparative perspectives, this handbook will inform mainstream psychology of the international literature on the psychology of women and gender.

They Leave Their Kidneys in the Fields - Illness, Injury, and Illegality among U.S. Farmworkers (Paperback): Sarah Bronwen... They Leave Their Kidneys in the Fields - Illness, Injury, and Illegality among U.S. Farmworkers (Paperback)
Sarah Bronwen Horton
R643 R537 Discovery Miles 5 370 Save R106 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

They Leave Their Kidneys in the Fields takes the reader on an ethnographic tour of the melon and corn harvesting fields of California's Central Valley to understand why farmworkers suffer heatstroke and chronic illness at rates higher than workers in any other industry. Through captivating accounts of the daily lives of a core group of farmworkers over nearly a decade, Sarah Bronwen Horton documents in startling detail how a tightly interwoven web of public policies and private interests creates exceptional and needless suffering.

The Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions - Strategies for Investigating Anthropogenic Landscapes, Dynamic... The Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions - Strategies for Investigating Anthropogenic Landscapes, Dynamic Environments, and Climate Change in the Human Past (Hardcover)
Daniel Contreras
R3,184 Discovery Miles 31 840 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The impacts of climate change on human societies, and the roles those societies themselves play in altering their environments, appear in headlines more and more as concern over modern global climate change intensifies. Increasingly, archaeologists and paleoenvironmental scientists are looking to evidence from the human past to shed light on the processes which link environmental and cultural change. Establishing clear contemporaneity and correlation, and then moving beyond correlation to causation, remains as much a theoretical task as a methodological one. This book addresses this challenge by exploring new approaches to human-environment dynamics and confronting the key task of constructing arguments that can link the two in concrete and detailed ways. The contributors include researchers working in a wide variety of regions and time periods, including Mesoamerica, Mongolia, East Africa, the Amazon Basin, and the Island Pacific, among others. Using methodological vignettes from their own research, the contributors explore diverse approaches to human-environment dynamics, illustrating the manifold nature of the subject and suggesting a wide variety of strategies for approaching it. This book will be of interest to researchers and scholars in Archaeology, Paleoenvironmental Science, Ecology, and Geology.

I'm Afraid of That Water - A Collaborative Ethnography of a West Virginia Water Crisis (Paperback): Luke Eric Lassiter,... I'm Afraid of That Water - A Collaborative Ethnography of a West Virginia Water Crisis (Paperback)
Luke Eric Lassiter, Brian A. Hoey, Elizabeth Campbell
R613 Discovery Miles 6 130 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

On January 9th 2014, residents across Charleston, West Virginia, awoke to an unusual liquorice smell in the air and a similar taste in the public drinking water. That evening residents were informed that the tap water in tens of thousands of homes, hundred of businesses, and dozens of schools and hospitals - the water made available to as many as 300,00 citizens in a nine-county region - had been contaminated with a chemical used for cleaning crushed coal. This books tells a particular set of stories about that chemical spill and its aftermath, an unfolding water crisis that would lead to months, even years, of fear and distrust. It is both oral history and collaborative ethnography, jointly conceptualised, researched, and written by people - more than fifty in all - across various positions in academia and local communities. I'm Afraid of That Water foregrounds the ongoing concerns of West Virginians (and people in comparable situations in places like Flint, Michigan) confronted by the problem of contamination, where thresholds for official safety may be crossed, but a genuine return to normality is elusive.

Superior - The Return of Race Science (Paperback): Angela Saini Superior - The Return of Race Science (Paperback)
Angela Saini
R366 R309 Discovery Miles 3 090 Save R57 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Muslims against the Muslim League - Critiques of the Idea of Pakistan (Hardcover): Ali Usman Qasmi, Megan Eaton Robb Muslims against the Muslim League - Critiques of the Idea of Pakistan (Hardcover)
Ali Usman Qasmi, Megan Eaton Robb
R2,363 Discovery Miles 23 630 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The popularity of the Muslim League and its idea of Pakistan has been measured in terms of its success in achieving the goal of a sovereign state in the Muslim majority regions of North West and North East India. It led to an oversight of Muslim leaders and organizations which were opposed to this demand, predicating their opposition to the League on its understanding of the history and ideological content of the Muslim nation. This volume takes stock of multiple narratives about Muslim identity formation in the context of debates about partition, historicizes those narratives, and reads them in the light of the larger political milieu of the period. Focusing on the critiques of the Muslim League, its concept of the Muslim nation, and the political settlement demanded on its behalf, it studies how the movement for Pakistan inspired a contentious, influential conversation on the definition of the Muslim nation.

Reading the Wampum - Essays on Hodinoehsoe:ni' Visual Code and Epistemological Recovery (Paperback): Penelope Myrtle Kelsey Reading the Wampum - Essays on Hodinoehsoe:ni' Visual Code and Epistemological Recovery (Paperback)
Penelope Myrtle Kelsey
R500 Discovery Miles 5 000 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Since the fourteenth century, Eastern Woodlands tribes have used delicate purple and white shells called "wampum" to form intricately woven belts. These wampum belts depict significant moments in the lives of the people who make up the tribes, portraying everything from weddings to treaties. Wampum belts can be used as a form of currency, but they are primarily used as a means to record significant oral narratives for future generations. In Reading the Wampum, Kelsey provides the first academic consideration of the ways in which these sacred belts are reinterpreted into current Haudenosaunee tradition. While Kelsey explores the aesthetic appeal of the belts, she also provides insightful analysis of how readings of wampum belts can change our understanding of specific treaty rights and land exchanges. Kelsey shows how contemporary Iroquois intellectuals and artists adapt and reconsider these traditional belts in new and innovative ways. Reading the Wampum conveys the vitality and continuance of wampum traditions in Iroquois art, literature, and community, suggesting that wampum narratives pervade and reappear in new guises with each new generation.

The Political Lives of Saints - Christian-Muslim Mediation in Egypt (Paperback): Angie Heo The Political Lives of Saints - Christian-Muslim Mediation in Egypt (Paperback)
Angie Heo
R748 R618 Discovery Miles 6 180 Save R130 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Since the Arab Spring in 2011 and ISIS's rise in 2014, Egypt's Copts have attracted attention worldwide as the collateral damage of revolution and as victims of sectarian strife. Countering the din of persecution rhetoric and Islamophobia, The Political Lives of Saints journeys into the quieter corners of divine intercession to consider what martyrs, miracles, and mysteries have to do with the routine challenges faced by Christians and Muslims living together under the modern nation-state. Drawing on years of extensive fieldwork, Angie Heo argues for understanding popular saints as material media that organize social relations between Christians and Muslims in Egypt toward varying political ends. With an ethnographer's eye for traces of antiquity, she deciphers how long-cherished imaginaries of holiness broker bonds of revolutionary sacrifice, reconfigure national sites of sacred territory, and pose sectarian threats to security and order. A study of tradition and nationhood at their limits, The Political Lives of Saints shows that Coptic Orthodoxy is a core domain of minoritarian regulation and authoritarian rule, powerfully reversing the recurrent thesis of its impending extinction in the Arab Muslim world.

The Age of Surveillance Capitalism - The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power (Paperback): Shoshana Zuboff The Age of Surveillance Capitalism - The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power (Paperback)
Shoshana Zuboff
R557 R470 Discovery Miles 4 700 Save R87 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Across the Color Line - Reporting 25 Years in Black Cincinnati (Hardcover): Mark Curnutte Across the Color Line - Reporting 25 Years in Black Cincinnati (Hardcover)
Mark Curnutte
R735 Discovery Miles 7 350 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Across the Color Line: Reporting 25 Years in Black Cincinnati presents newspaper reporter Mark Curnutte's stories published in The Cincinnati Enquirer over a twenty-five-year period beginning in 1993. With hard-won insights gained from years of community reporting, Curnutte describes experiences of African-Americans living in Cincinnati through individual and neighborhood profiles, explorations of community institutions, historical perspectives, and issue stories. The anthology tells a sweeping narrative of a city suffering and maturing through turn-of-the-century racial growing pains and increased racial sophistication and diversity. These stories are complimented by excerpts from Curnutte's personal journal, providing his reflection on his role as a white man and reporter making the intentional decision to work and live across the color line.

Why Forage? - Hunters and Gatherers in the Twenty-First Century (Paperback): Brian F Codding, Karen L. Kramer Why Forage? - Hunters and Gatherers in the Twenty-First Century (Paperback)
Brian F Codding, Karen L. Kramer
R1,034 Discovery Miles 10 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Foraging persists as a viable economic strategy both in remote regions and within the bounds of developed nation-states. Given the economic alternatives available, why do some groups choose to maintain their hunting and gathering lifeways? Through a series of detailed case studies, the contributors to this volume examine the decisions made by modern-day foragers to sustain a predominantly hunting and gathering way of life. What becomes clear is that hunter-gatherers continue to forage because the economic benefits of doing so are high relative to the local alternatives and, perhaps more importantly, because the social costs of not foraging are prohibitive; in other words, hunter-gatherers value the social networks built through foraging and sharing more than the potential marginal gains of a new means of subsistence. Why Forage? shows that hunting and gathering continues to be a viable and vibrant way of life even in the twenty-first century.

Critique of Black Reason (Paperback): Achille Mbembe Critique of Black Reason (Paperback)
Achille Mbembe; Translated by Laurent Dubois
R684 R509 Discovery Miles 5 090 Save R175 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In Critique of Black Reason eminent critic Achille Mbembe offers a capacious genealogy of the category of Blackness-from the Atlantic slave trade to the present-to critically reevaluate history, racism, and the future of humanity. Mbembe teases out the intellectual consequences of the reality that Europe is no longer the world's center of gravity while mapping the relations among colonialism, slavery, and contemporary financial and extractive capital. Tracing the conjunction of Blackness with the biological fiction of race, he theorizes Black reason as the collection of discourses and practices that equated Blackness with the nonhuman in order to uphold forms of oppression. Mbembe powerfully argues that this equation of Blackness with the nonhuman will serve as the template for all new forms of exclusion. With Critique of Black Reason, Mbembe offers nothing less than a map of the world as it has been constituted through colonialism and racial thinking while providing the first glimpses of a more just future.

At The Intersection - Cultural Studies And Rhetorical Studies (Paperback): Thomas Rosteck At The Intersection - Cultural Studies And Rhetorical Studies (Paperback)
Thomas Rosteck
R923 Discovery Miles 9 230 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What is the relationship between cultural and rhetorical studies? What can scholars in the two fields learn from each other? This insightful volume is based on the premise that these fields address specific and parallel questions about culture, critical practice, and interpretation, and that opening up a dialogue between them can enhance both and and provide a more complete understanding of society. Noted contributors across a variety of disciplines examine the overlaps and contradictions between these approaches, how they can contribute to each other, and the problems and questions that surface with this linkage.
Exploring both critical and pedagogical practice, chapters address such questions as the relationship between images, representation, and ideology; influence and the struggle for power; how to blend theory and case study analysis effectively; and the goals of academic work.

The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women (Hardcover): Fanny M. Cheung, Diane F. Halpern The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women (Hardcover)
Fanny M. Cheung, Diane F. Halpern
R4,557 Discovery Miles 45 570 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

There is a growing knowledge base in understanding the differences and similarities between women and men, as well as the diversities among women and sexualities. Although genetic and biological characteristics define human beings conventionally as women and men, their experiences are contextualized in multiple dimensions in terms of gender, sexuality, class, age, ethnicity, and other social dimensions. Beyond the biological and genetic basis of gender differences, gender intersects with culture and other social locations which affect the socialization and development of women across their life span. This handbook provides a comprehensive and up-to-date resource to understand the intersectionality of gender differences, to dispel myths, and to examine gender-relevant as well as culturally relevant implications and appropriate interventions. Featuring a truly international mix of contributors, and incorporating cross-cultural research and comparative perspectives, this handbook will inform mainstream psychology of the international literature on the psychology of women and gender.

The Gift (Paperback): The Macat Team The Gift (Paperback)
The Macat Team
R199 Discovery Miles 1 990 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Marcel Mauss’s 1925 essay The Gift is an enduring classic of sociological and anthropological analysis by a thinker who is one of the founding fathers of modern anthropology.

The Gift exploits Mauss’s high-level analytical and interpretative skills to produce a brilliant investigation of the forms, meanings, and structures of gift-giving across a range of societies. Mauss, along with many others, had noted that in a wide range of societies – especially those without monetary exchange or legal structures – gift-giving and receiving was carried out according to strict customs and unwritten laws. What he sought to do in The Gift was to analyse the structures that governed how and when gifts were given, received, and reciprocated in order to grasp what implicit and unspoken reasons governed these structures. He also wanted to apply his interpretative skills to asking what such exchanges meant, in order to explore the implications his analysis might have for modern, western cultures. In Mauss’s investigations, it became clear that gift-giving is, in many cultures, a crucial structural force, binding people together in a web of reciprocal commitments generated by the laws of gifting. Indeed, he concluded, gifts can be seen as the ‘glue’ of society..

Fighting for Andean Resources - Extractive Industries, Cultural Politics, and Environmental Struggles in Peru (Hardcover):... Fighting for Andean Resources - Extractive Industries, Cultural Politics, and Environmental Struggles in Peru (Hardcover)
Vladimir R. Gil Ramon
R1,418 Discovery Miles 14 180 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Learning Race, Learning Place - Shaping Racial Identities and Ideas in African American Childhoods (Paperback): Erin Winkler Learning Race, Learning Place - Shaping Racial Identities and Ideas in African American Childhoods (Paperback)
Erin Winkler
R810 Discovery Miles 8 100 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In an American society both increasingly diverse and increasingly segregated, the signals children receive about race are more confusing than ever. In this context, how do children negotiate and make meaning of multiple and conflicting messages to develop their own ideas about race? Learning Race, Learning Place engages this question using in-depth interviews with an economically diverse group of African American children and their mothers. Through these rich narratives, Erin N. Winkler seeks to reorient the way we look at how children develop their ideas about race through the introduction of a new framework-comprehensive racial learning-that shows the importance of considering this process from children's points of view and listening to their interpretations of their experiences, which are often quite different from what the adults around them expect or intend. At the children's prompting, Winkler examines the roles of multiple actors and influences, including gender, skin tone, colour-blind rhetoric, peers, family, media, school, and, especially, place. She brings to the fore the complex and understudied power of place, positing that while children's racial identities and experiences are shaped by a national construction of race, they are also specific to a particular place that exerts both direct and indirect influence on their racial identities and ideas.

Learning Race, Learning Place - Shaping Racial Identities and Ideas in African American Childhoods (Hardcover): Erin Winkler Learning Race, Learning Place - Shaping Racial Identities and Ideas in African American Childhoods (Hardcover)
Erin Winkler
R2,719 Discovery Miles 27 190 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In an American society both increasingly diverse and increasingly segregated, the signals children receive about race are more confusing than ever. In this context, how do children negotiate and make meaning of multiple and conflicting messages to develop their own ideas about race? Learning Race, Learning Place engages this question using in-depth interviews with an economically diverse group of African American children and their mothers. Through these rich narratives, Erin N. Winkler seeks to reorient the way we look at how children develop their ideas about race through the introduction of a new framework-comprehensive racial learning-that shows the importance of considering this process from children's points of view and listening to their interpretations of their experiences, which are often quite different from what the adults around them expect or intend. At the children's prompting, Winkler examines the roles of multiple actors and influences, including gender, skin tone, colour-blind rhetoric, peers, family, media, school, and, especially, place. She brings to the fore the complex and understudied power of place, positing that while children's racial identities and experiences are shaped by a national construction of race, they are also specific to a particular place that exerts both direct and indirect influence on their racial identities and ideas.

How Water Makes Us Human - Engagements with the Materiality of Water (Paperback): Luci Attala How Water Makes Us Human - Engagements with the Materiality of Water (Paperback)
Luci Attala
R1,191 Discovery Miles 11 910 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is about how water becomes people - or, put another way, how people and water flow together and shape each other. While the focus of the book is on the relationships held between water and people, it also has a broader message about human relationships with the environment generally - a message that illustrates not only that people are existentially entangled with the material world, but that the materials of the world shape, determine and enable humans to be 'humans' in the ways that they are. Offering a selection of anthropological examples from Kenya, Wales and Spain to illustrate how water's materiality coproductively generates the way people are able to engage with water, this book uses cross-disciplinary perspectives to provide and promote a new analytic - one that encourages ethical, holistic and sustainable relationships with the world around us. This approach challenges representations that ignore, sidestep or are blind to the fleshy materiality of being human, and aims to encourage a re-imagining of the world that acknowledges humanity as intrinsically active-with and part of the fabric of the collection of materials we call planet Earth.

The Give and Take of Sustainability - Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on Tradeoffs (Hardcover): Michelle Hegmon The Give and Take of Sustainability - Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on Tradeoffs (Hardcover)
Michelle Hegmon
R1,980 Discovery Miles 19 800 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Sustainability strives to meet the needs of the present without compromising the future, but increasingly recognizes the tradeoffs among these many needs. Who benefits? Who bears the burden? How are these difficult decisions made? Are people aware of these hard choices? This timely volume brings the perspectives of ethnography and archaeology to bear on these questions by examining case studies from around the world. Written especially for this volume, the essays by an international team of scholars offer archaeological and ethnographic examples from the southwestern United States, the Maya region of Mexico, Africa, India, and the North Atlantic, among other regions. Collectively, they explore the benefits and consequences of growth and development, the social costs of ecological sustainability, and tensions between food and military security.

Ministering in Honor-Shame Cultures - Biblical Foundations and Practical Essentials (Paperback): Jayson Georges, Mark D. Baker Ministering in Honor-Shame Cultures - Biblical Foundations and Practical Essentials (Paperback)
Jayson Georges, Mark D. Baker
R548 R443 Discovery Miles 4 430 Save R105 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Representing God - Christian Legal Activism in Contemporary England (Paperback): Meadhbh McIvor Representing God - Christian Legal Activism in Contemporary England (Paperback)
Meadhbh McIvor
R568 R532 Discovery Miles 5 320 Save R36 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

How evangelical activism in England contributes to the secularizing forces it seeks to challenge Over the past two decades, a growing number of Christians in England have gone to court to enforce their right to religious liberty. Funded by conservative lobby groups and influenced by the legal strategies of their American peers, these claimants-registrars who conscientiously object to performing the marriages of same-sex couples, say, or employees asking for exceptions to uniform policies that forbid visible crucifixes-highlight the uneasy truce between law and religion in a country that maintains an established Church but is wary of public displays of religious conviction. Representing God charts the changing place of public Christianity in England through the rise of Christian political activism and litigation. Based on two years of fieldwork split between a conservative Christian lobby group and a conservative evangelical church, Meadhbh McIvor explores the ideas and contested reception of this ostensibly American-inspired legal rhetoric. She argues that legal challenges aimed at protecting "Christian values" ultimately jeopardize those values, as moralities woven into the fabric of English national life are filtered from their quotidian context and rebranded as the niche interests of a cultural minority. By framing certain moral practices as specifically Christian, these activists present their religious convictions as something increasingly set apart from broader English culture, thereby hastening the secularization they seek to counter. Representing God offers a unique look at how Christian politico-legal activism in England simultaneously responds to and constitutes the religious life of a nation.

Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio (Paperback): Kevin Lewis O'Neill, Benjamin Fogarty-Valenzuela Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio (Paperback)
Kevin Lewis O'Neill, Benjamin Fogarty-Valenzuela
R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Through a series of rich photographs, Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio tells a compelling story about the war on drugs in Central America. The book focuses on the country of Guatemala, now the principle point of transit for the cocaine that is produced in the Andes and bound for the United States and Canada. Alongside a spike in the use of crack cocaine, Guatemala City has witnessed the proliferation of Pentecostal drug rehabilitation centers. The centers are sites of abuse and torment, but also lifesaving institutions in a country that does not provide any other viable social service to those struggling with drug dependency. Art of Captivity / Arte del Cautiverio explores these centers as architectural forms, while also showcasing the cultural production that takes place inside them, including drawings and letters created by those held captive. This stunning work of visual ethnography humanizes those held inside these centers, breaks down stereotypes about drug use, and sets the conditions for a hemispheric conversation about prohibitionist practices - by revealing intimate portraits of a population held hostage by a war on drugs.

Muslim Nationalism and the New Turks - Updated Edition (Paperback, Revised edition): Jenny White Muslim Nationalism and the New Turks - Updated Edition (Paperback, Revised edition)
Jenny White; Afterword by Jenny White
R575 R486 Discovery Miles 4 860 Save R89 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Turkey has leapt to international prominence as an economic and political powerhouse under its elected Muslim government, and is looked on by many as a model for other Muslim countries in the wake of the Arab Spring. In this book, Jenny White reveals how Turkish national identity and the meanings of Islam and secularism have undergone radical changes in today's Turkey, and asks whether the Turkish model should be viewed as a success story or a cautionary tale. This provocative book traces how Muslim nationalists blur the line between the secular and the Islamic, supporting globalization and political liberalism, yet remaining mired in authoritarianism, intolerance, and cultural norms hostile to minorities and women.

In a new afterword, White analyzes the latest political developments, particularly the mass protests surrounding Gezi Park, their impact on Turkish political culture, and what they mean for the future.

The Other Catholics - Remaking America's Largest Religion (Paperback): Julie Byrne The Other Catholics - Remaking America's Largest Religion (Paperback)
Julie Byrne
R535 R496 Discovery Miles 4 960 Save R39 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Independent Catholics are not formally connected to the pope in Rome. They practice apostolic succession, seven sacraments, and devotion to the saints. But without a pope, they can change quickly and experiment freely, with some affirming communion for the divorced, women's ordination, clerical marriage, and same-sex marriage. From their early modern origins in the Netherlands to their contemporary proliferation in the United States, these "other Catholics" represent an unusually liberal, mobile, and creative version of America's largest religion. In The Other Catholics, Julie Byrne shares the remarkable history and current activity of independent Catholics, who number at least two hundred communities and a million members across the United States. She focuses in particular on the Church of Antioch, one of the first Catholic groups to ordain women in modern times. Through archival documents and interviews, Byrne tells the story of the unforgettable leaders and surprising influence of these understudied churches, which, when included in Catholic history, change the narrative arc and total shape of modern Catholicism. As Pope Francis fights to soften Roman doctrines with a pastoral touch and his fellow Roman bishops push back with equal passion, independent Catholics continue to leap ahead of Roman reform, keeping key Catholic traditions but adding a progressive difference.

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