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Veil and the Mask: Essays on Culture and Ideology
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Veil and the Mask: Essays on Culture and Ideology

By Merquior, J. G.

London: Routledge Kegan Paul,. Hardback. 161pp. Multidisciplinary approach to cultural and literary theory drawing on sociology, psychology, philosophy and Marxism. Pale yellow boards with gilt titles to spine and some finger marks. Dw is a little tanned and has the remains of an old price label to front. Very good copy in Good+ dw. . Hardcover. 1979.

$7.88

Culture and Anarchy
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Culture and Anarchy

By Arnold, Matthew

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,. Paperback. 241pp. Literary and social criticism. Edited with an introduction by J. Dover Wilson and takes the 1869 text as its basis whilst retaining the organisational improvements of the 1875 second edition. Pages are tanned and have some pencil annotation. Faded to wraps and creased to spine. Good-, sound copy. . Paperback. Reprint. 1963.

$1.97

Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early  Christianity
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Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early Christianity

By Schottroff, Luise

London: SCM,. Paperback. 298pp. What did it meant for women to become Christian during the formative years of Christianity? What implications did this have for women in their relationships, in everyday life, and in their view of the future? A feminist re-assessment of women, though sociology and social history, in the first century of Christianity, the New Testament and the Early Church. Some uneven sunning especially to the spine. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1995.

$6.57

Towards Self-Reliance: Urban Social Development in Zimbabwe (Zambeziana)

By Cormack, I. R. N.

Harare: Mambo Press,. Paperback. 280pp. University library stamp to prelim. No other library marks. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1983.

$9.19

Western Coloured Township: Problems of an Urban Slum
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Western Coloured Township: Problems of an Urban Slum

By Brindley, Marianne

Johannesburg: Ravan Press,. Paperback. 110pp. Black and white photographs to endpapers and some full page photographs within the text. Photographs by Rodney Barnett. University library label to inside cover. No other library marks. Lightly rubbed. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1996.

$5.25

Balancing Rocks: Environment and Development in Zimbabwe
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Balancing Rocks: Environment and Development in Zimbabwe

By Lopes, Carlos (editor)

Nordic Africa Institute,. Paperback. 208pp. University library label to inside cover. No other library marks. Lightly rubbed. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1996.

$6.57

Introduction to the Study of African Culture
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Introduction to the Study of African Culture

By Ayisi, Eric O.

London: Heinemann,. Paperback. 125pp. University library label to prelim. No other library marks. Slightly rubbed and faded. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. Second edition. 1986.

$2.30

Making Sense of Development
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Making Sense of Development

By Preston, P. W.

Routledge Kegan Paul,. Hardback. 319pp. An introduction to classical and contemporary theories of development and their application to southeast Asia. A Marxist approach. Lightly rubbed. Very good copy in Good dw. . Hardcover. 1986.

$6.57

Housewife

By Oakley, Ann

Pelican,. Paperback. 273pp. A sociological study of the housewife, her status, role and economic value. Pages lightly tanned. lightly rubbed. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. Reprint. 1987.

$1.97

Sexing the Millennium: A Political History of the Sexual Revolution

By Grant, Linda

London: Harper Collins,. Paperback. 280pp. Rubbed to edges. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1994.

$6.57

What's Right with Feminism

By Storkey, Elaine

London: SPCK,. Paperback. 186pp. An examination of liberal and radical feminism as well as Christian feminism. Lightly rubbed with some light reading wear. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1993.

$2.63

Outercourse: The Bedazzling Voyage
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Outercourse: The Bedazzling Voyage

By Daly, Mary

London: Women's Press,. Paperback. 477pp. Feminist philosophy and memoir. Well thumbed to cover and corners. Rubbed. Spine is uncreased and binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1993.

$10.51

Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early  Christianity
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Lydia's impatient Sisters : A Feminist Social History of Early Christianity

By Schottroff, Luise

London: SCM,. Paperback. 298pp. What did it meant for women to become Christian during the formative years of Christianity? What implications did this have for women in their relationships, in everyday life, and in their view of the future? A feminist reassessment of women, though sociology and social history, in the first century of Christianity, the New Testament and the Early Church. A little rubbed and very slight dusty to edges. Pages lightly tanned. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1995.

$11.16

Bad Times: Unemployment in British Social and Political History
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Bad Times: Unemployment in British Social and Political History

By Whiteside, Noel

London: Faber & Faber,. Paperback. 147pp. Pages very lightly tanned. Card wraps lightly rubbed and lightly creased. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1991.

$1.97

Adolescent Disturbance and Breakdown

By Laufer, Moses

London: Pelican,. Paperback. 96pp. Sets out the normal psychological development of the adolescent, and then discusses the causes and symptoms which characterise mental disturbance. Black and white photographs throughout. Rubbed to edges. Text is clean. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. Reprint. 1976.

$1.97

No Place Like Home: Britain's Housing Tragedy
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No Place Like Home: Britain's Housing Tragedy

By Allaun, Frank

London: Andre Deutsch,. Paperback. 208pp. Slightly rubbed and a little browned and dusty. Text is clean and binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1972.

$1.97

The Painted Kipper : A Study Of The Spurious In The Contemporary Scene
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The Painted Kipper : A Study Of The Spurious In The Contemporary Scene

By Grisewood, Harman

London: C. A. Watts & Co.,. Hardback. 182pp. A study of the nature of culture, and the way in which cultures are essentially a series of autonomous cults. From the New Thinker's library: general editor Raymond Williams. Dust wrapper is edge worn and slightly sunned to spine. Neat pale blue boards with dark blue labels and gilt titles. Gilt device on dark blue medallion to frpnt. Near fine copy in fair dw. . Hardcover. 1970.

$3.94

Pour une sociologie du roman

By Goldmann, Lucien

Gallimard,. 372pp. TEXT IN FRENCH. Goldmann's reworking and reaction to narrative theories by Georg Lukács and René Girard, later translated into English as Towards a Sociology of the Novel. Lightly rubbed. Pages are tanned. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1964.

$7.88

Ordinary People : Why Women Become Feminists

By Jones, Derek (editor)

London: Channel 4,. Paperback. 32pp. A4 size stapled, illustrated booklet published to accompany a television series. Covers law, education, art, work and politics with case studies of 3 or so women who are involved or have been helped by initiatives in each area. General resources section. Slightly rubbed with tiny creases to corners. Clean and bright. Very good copy. . Pamphlet. 1990.

$5.25

Extreme Europe
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Extreme Europe

By Barber, Stephen

London: Reaktion Books,. Paperback. 128pp. Part of the 'Topographics' series with explores the interactions of human and physical geography, the built environment and society and culture. This volume provides a close look at Europe's 'breakdown zones' at urban edges: cities in Germany, Albania, Turkey, Crete, Germany and France are discussed. Of interest to those who are travelling in these areas as well as to geographers, sociologists, and social historians. Minimal wear. Very good copy . Paperback. 2001.

$5.25

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