Homosexual: Oppression and Liberation was first published in 1971, Martin Duberman, writing in the New York Review of Books, hailed it as 'the only work that bears comparison, in terms of sustained analysis and theoretical complexity, with the best to appear from Women's Liberation'.
356 pp, hardcover crown octavo size in acceptable condition; brown leather covers with engraved floral decorations on front and rear and gilt lettering on spine; previous owner's inscription dated 1840 and 1944 on endpaper; gutter split on second endpaper and needs re-attachment; endpapers and edges marbled; corners bumped and little wear to top and tail end of spine.
From empty cliche to meaningless jargon, dangling participle to sentences without verbs, the English language is reeling. It is under attack from all sides. Politicians dupe us with deliberately evasive language.
No Charity There, now in a revised edition, provides the first general history of social welfare in Australia. It traces the development of official and community attitudes to demands and expectations.
Taking her lead from writers like Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of the Oppressed) and Neil Postman, she argues that education is an enlivening activity in which people learn about themselves and the world they live in.
We have all dreamed about it: leaving the routine office job in the city and starting again out in the country, doing something we really want to do in a location that gives us the lifestyle we really want.
"No Time To Think" focuses on the insidious and increasing portion of the news media that, due to the dangerously extreme speed at which it is produced, is only half thought out, half true and lazily repeated from anonymous sources interested in selling opinion and wild speculation as news.
In 1913 amateur fossil hunter and archaeologist Charles Dawson found in a gravel pit the cranium and jaw of an entirely new species of humanoid, which became known as Piltdown man, which caused headlines worldwide as the missing link between man and ape.
James p spradley. DAVID W McCURDY. Designed to complement standard cultural anthropology texts, this offers students an in depth look at how anthropology is a powerful way to study human behaviour and events.
Nicknames such as micks, paddies and rockchoppers showed that for decades Catholics were second best in Australia. In Rockchoppers, Edmund Campion looks at the influences on this tribal group of Australians.
There is no publication year written in the book but the introduction says "In the story of mankind there have never been such revolutionary changes and inventions as the twentieth century is witnessing".
Joan Colebrook. During the political turmoil of the late sixties, Joan Colebrook, brilliant Australian writer and social critic, travelled around the world and kept this remarkable journal of her adventures.
London: Amnesty International Publications, 1991. By focusing on human rights violations against women, Amnesty International hopes to mobilise international support for the protection of women and, by extension, for all members of society.
Michael Ignatieff. Since the early 1990s, Michael Ignatieff has travelled the world's war zones, from Bosnia to the West Bank, from Afghanistan to central Africa. Ethnic War and the Warrior's Conscience by.
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