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  • - How the Quiet Fifties Became the Political Sixties
    af Arthur G. Neal, Norbert Wiley, Jr Perry & mfl.
    473,95 - 1.701,95 kr.

    Vivid history of a pivotal student protest which has been largely forgotten but marked the transition from 1950s conservatism to 1960s radicalism.

  • - Multiple Models and Competing Realities
    af Arthur G. Neal
    617,95 kr.

  • - Forms of Estrangement in Female/Male Relationships
    af Arthur G. Neal & Sara F. Collas
    1.463,95 kr.

    "Intimacy and Alienation" is an examination of contemporary male/female relationships. The authors present a conceptual framework for the types and degrees of estrangement that are present in intimate relationships.

  • - Extraordinary Events in the American Experience
    af Arthur G. Neal
    319,95 kr.

    A fascinating exploration of our evolving national psyche, this book chronicles major traumas in recent American history - from the Depression and Pearl Harbor, to the assassinations of the Kennedys and Martin Luther King, Jr., to Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Columbine - how we responded to them as a nation, and what our responses mean. Reflecting on American popular culture as well as the media, this edition includes a new chapter on 9/11 and other acts of terror within the United States, as well as coverage of the Columbia space shuttle disaster. New student-friendly features, including discussion questions and "e;Symbolic Events"e; boxes in each chapter, give the book added value as a classroom supplement.

  • - How the Quiet Fifties Became the Political Sixties
    af Arthur G. Neal, Norbert Wiley & Joseph B Perry Jr
    338,95 kr.

    Often overlooked, the student demonstration at Bowling Green State University was the first and most successful 1960s campus protest - and a key point in the transition from 1950s social mores to 1960s activism. What began as a protest against outdated rules about dating and student behaviour quickly turned toward political objectives about civil liberties and ousted the university president. The authors, two of whom were present on campus during the demonstration, tell the story of how what began as dissent against old schoolmarm rules quickly turned into a fully-fledged 1960s crusade, with new issues and tactics. Feminist activists played a leading role, and the uprising succeeded in advancing the civil liberties of women. Drawing on the sociological ideas of Weber, Durkheim, and Marx, this book depicts how young activists broke the 1950s mold, little aware that many of their ideals would be echoed in many important 1960s protests. It is a vivid portrait of how the 1950s became the 1960s in America.

  • - Forms of Estrangement in Female/Male Relationships
    af Arthur G. Neal & Sara F. Collas
    392,95 kr.

    First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

  • af Arthur G. Neal & Helen Youngelson-Neal
    585,95 kr.

    According to sociologist C. Wright Mills, we do not live in a world of solid fact but in a world permeated by culture, constructed by humans through communication with each other. Myth-making shapes our lives, beliefs and behavior. Collective myths become plausible explanations for events past and future as each new generation constructs reality anew to make sense of the human condition. Providing a sociological and multicultural analysis, this book examines myth-making in the today's world amid religious extremism and terrorism. The authors discuss the imperative of myth in comprehending illness, sexuality, death and human relationships to the environment and other animals.

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