Author: Kenneth Pobo
Publisher: Pearl’s Book’em Publisher
Keywords: introductions
Number of Pages: 80
Published: 2003-10-20
List price: $11.99
ISBN-10: 0974052000
ISBN-13: 9780974052007

Introductions is author Kenneth Pobo’s way of showing that storytelling is only half of the story. He helps readers understand that there are always two sides to every story. Through his exploration of various colorful characters, Pobo helps the reader to understand the surrounding world, and gives hope that once people understand what motivates other people, perhaps all can live harmoniously in today’s society. With the current state of world affairs, a book like this that offers hope of peace and acceptance will be well received by people from all walks of life.

Author: Garry A Johnson Sr.
Publisher: Xlibris, Corp.
Keywords: fiction, tales, introductions
Number of Pages: 104
Published: 2010-09-30
List price: $15.99
ISBN-10: 1453571590
ISBN-13: 9781453571590

Introductions: two tales of fiction is from Garry A Johnson sr. The book tells two tales of science fiction influenced material. The first story is called "The Journey" ; this is a very engaging and interesting tale. It is a story of a family that reaches into the future to tell the story of mankind. It is about discovery and exploration. It is a tale that all young americans should take. The second story is called "Prince Palis"; this is a story involving a alien that has had to endure years on earth while trying to return home. The story talks about his friendships and enemie

Author: R. W. Connell
Publisher: Polity
Keywords: introductions, short, polity, gender
Number of Pages: 184
Published: 2002-04-15
List price: $22.95
ISBN-10: 0745627161
ISBN-13: 9780745627168

How can we understand the gender patterns of modern society? Are gender identities unstable? How do masculinities and femininities develop? Do gender patterns change under globalization? In this book R. W. Connell, one of the world’s leading scholars in the field, answers these questions, and more. He provides a readable introduction to modern gender studies, gender theories, and gender politics. He presents contemporary classics of research, traces the history of Western intellectuals’ ideas, and discusses current findings on gender differences, inequalities and patterns in the st

Author: John Ruskin
Publisher: Echo Library
Keywords: introductions, venice, stones
Number of Pages: 160
Published: 2007-05-08
List price: $10.90
ISBN-10: 1406840904
ISBN-13: 9781406840902

The book has no illustrations or index. Purchasers are entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can select from more than a million books without charge. Subjects: Architecture / History / General; Architecture / Decoration

Author: Jerry Westenkuehler
Publisher: Alfred Publishing
Keywords: vol, introductions, hymn, majestic, seven
Number of Pages: 20
Published: 2000-05-01
List price: $6.95
ISBN-10: 0769297129
ISBN-13: 9780769297125

Volumes One and Two were so popular, here is another tremendously useful volume of introductions to well-known hymns. These sound great on any size instrument. Tunes included in this volume are: Foundation * Ode to Joy * French Carol * Lauda Anima * Mit Freuden Zart * Leoni * Laudes Domini.

Author: Ira Katznelson
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Keywords: introductions, marxist, city, marxism
Number of Pages: 336
Published: 1994-01-06
List price: $74.00
ISBN-10: 0198279248
ISBN-13: 9780198279242

In this work, Katznelson critically analyzes the development of Marxist scholarship on cities in the last quarter century. He demonstrates how some of the most important weaknesses in Marxism as a social theory can be remedied by forcing it to seriously engage with cities and spatial concerns, and explains the significant shortcomings even of this "improved" Marxism. Katznelson explores how a Marxism that is open to engagement with other social-theoretical traditions can help illuminate our understanding of cities and the patterns of class and group formation that have characterized urban

Author: Joseph V. Femia
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Keywords: introductions, marxist, democracy, marxism
Number of Pages: 200
Published: 1993-08-26
List price: $68.00
ISBN-10: 0198279213
ISBN-13: 9780198279211

The collapse of the Soviet Union would seem to sound the death knell for Marxism as a blueprint for social change. Why has this doctrine--the repository of so many hopes and dreams--failed in its grand ambition to liberate the human race from poverty and oppression? Through a critical and systematic analysis of what Marx and his interpreters had to say about democracy, Joseph Femia sheds light on the reasons for this failure. His book explores the bewildering variety of Marxist attitudes to democracy, and relates this diversity to Marxism’s inconsistent goals: active political partici
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