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Men of Conviction - Lionel Ross
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New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2004. This is the most comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of sociology available in a single volume. Compiled by an expert team of sociologists under the editorship of Gordon Marshall, this new edition has been fully revised and updated. Ideal for those new to the subject, it will also be invaluable to more advanced students as well as teachers. Over 2500 entries Wide-ranging - includes major concepts from related disciplines International coverage of terms, methods, and concepts Biographical entries on major figures Related terms from psychology, economics, anthropology, philosophy, and political science Contains many substantial entries which are particularly helpful for students The revision extends coverage of areas such as cultural studies and identity, mass media, nationalism, and developments in sociological research in the US. New entries include: administrative theory, broken window thesis, child abuse, consumer society, cultural studies, diaspora, Hans Eysenck, Goldthorpe Class Scheme, hooliganism, Internet, Japanization, McDonaldization, multi-level models, quality of life, reflexive modernization, sequence analysis, sustainable development, victimology. Printed Pages: 720 with 10 line drawings.. First Edition. Paperback. New., Oxford University Press, 2004, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2004. This is the most comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of sociology available in a single volume. Compiled by an expert team of sociologists under the editorship of Gordon Marshall, this new edition has been fully revised and updated. Ideal for those new to the subject, it will also be invaluable to more advanced students as well as teachers. Over 2500 entries Wide-ranging - includes major concepts from related disciplines International coverage of terms, methods, and concepts Biographical entries on major figures Related terms from psychology, economics, anthropology, philosophy, and political science Contains many substantial entries which are particularly helpful for students The revision extends coverage of areas such as cultural studies and identity, mass media, nationalism, and developments in sociological research in the US. New entries include: administrative theory, broken window thesis, child abuse, consumer society, cultural studies, diaspora, Hans Eysenck, Goldthorpe Class Scheme, hooliganism, Internet, Japanization, McDonaldization, multi-level models, quality of life, reflexive modernization, sequence analysis, sustainable development, victimology. Printed Pages: 720 with 10 line drawings.. First Edition. Paperback. New., Oxford University Press, 2004, New York, New York, U.S.A.: E P Dutton, 1992. 1st Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. New York, New York, U.S.A.: E P Dutton, 1992. 1st Printing. Very Good/Very Good. New York, New York, U.S.A.: E P Dutton, 1992. 1st Printing. Very Good/Very Good. A young man dies a hero in the Pacific in the closing months of World War II. His name is Noboru. His mission: that of a Kamikaze pilot. It is his lasting legacy that shadows this magnificent multi-generational saga spanning fifty years of war and peace­from Japan's grim wartime defeat to its stun­ning economic world triumph today. Nancy Freedman, bestselling author of the unforgettable Mrs. Mike, has written her crowning achievement in this richly textured novel about three generations of a Japanese family whose story crosses all cultural bound­aries and geographical borders between East and West. At its heart is Momoko, Noboru's young widow, whose personal metamorphosis mirrors the changing face of Japan itself. Her courage and spirit are put to the test as she strives to rebuild her life in a society which denies all power to her sex. She is a mother who watches her young son Akio grow into a man she increasingly fears. His vast power is all the more dangerous for his being so brilliant; he is all the more shameful for his willingness to betray his mother's sacred secret. Akio{ fueled by revenge and twisted patriotism, builds a global business juggernaut to regain honor for his country so that Japan may finally conquer with economic might what it long ago failed to do with military force. As her son persists in waging a war long over, Momoko holds fast to the traditional values of Japan, finding their modern day application in an ever-changing world. Ten years in the making, The Seventh Stone is a majestic novel of historic scope that expertly intertwines one woman's story within the larger story of a family, a culture, and a tra­dition. The result is a mesmerizing novel peo­pled with characters to treasure and a stunning portrait of a rich, enigmatic culture where a feu­dal past collides with an onrushing future. NANCY FREEDMAN is the author of ten novels, including her bestselling Mrs. Mike, which has been translated into twenty-seven languages and has been kept continuously in print since 1949. Jacket design by Neil Stuart Jacket art by Todd Radom Back jacket photograph by Ken Chern us Fiction DUTTON ISBN 0-525-93424-3 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library. <br/><br/> <br/><br/>, E P Dutton, 1992, Garnet, 2001. Paperback. Good. Paperback in very good condition. Unread. One of The Folio Archives Library. "'The Thistle that is in Lebanon" is the harassed, weak, yet simple disciple of the Eastern Church; and "the Cedar that was in Lebanon" is the true Church of Christ, whose seeds were first derived from [Syria's] Holy shores, and are now firmly rooted in England. The Thistle has sent to ask thy daughter, Enlightenment, in marriage to her son, Simplicity. O refuse her not! lest the wild beast in Lebanon should tread down the Thistle and obtain the ascendancy.'" A nineteenth-century Syrian Christian raised in Lebanon, Habeeb Risk Allah Effendi was a traveller, emigre and doctor whose charming, anecdotal traveller's tales take us throughout his troubled native land and on to Egypt, Malta, France and England. From pirates, belles and balls to the status of women and the role of health care in society, Effendi's position as outsider lend his observations of his own and other cultures a unique perspective. But this is more than a travelogue, and the detailed account of life in nineteenth-century, multi-faith Syria is more than an introduction to a then - and even now - exotic realm. Effendi hoped to arouse interest in the future development of his country, which he regarded as having great promise and potential. He was particularly interested in securing English interest - and help. Despite their apparent 'lack of reverence for beards' and an irritating 'devotion of the young fair sex to uniforms', Effendi believed that the English, with their Protestant and therefore (as he saw it) tolerant and enlightened views, could act as a moderating, beneficial influence, both for the Christian faith in Syria and for his country as a whole. ., Garnet, 2001, i2i, UK. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Available Now. Book Description: "Men of Conviction" tells the fascinating tale of three desperate and disparate young men, released from prison on the same day. They are Hussein, the Islamist preacher of Jihad, Wayne the burglar and Dovid the religious Jew and 'one offence fraudster'. "Men of Conviction" is their story over the ensuing ten years. Hussein, predictably, builds a shadowy Jihadist organisation with the intention, through terrorism, of creating the Caliphate of Britannia under Shari'a law. Wayne is determined to change his life and almost accidentally finds himself the owner of a chain of Massage Parlours. By his previous standards, this is the path to wealth and respectability! Dovid, on the other hand, with the aid of his wealthy grandfather, becomes a successful property developer. The action takes place in such contrasting locations as 21st century Manchester, Istanbul, Afghanistan, Belfast and a mysterious breakaway Islamic republic. The contemporary background to the plots ensures the airing of such issues as Islamist and Irish terrorism, religious intolerance and drug trading. The main characters are easily recognised as typical members of today's British multi-cultural society. As the cataclysmic ending approaches, the paths of the three main characters are destined to cross again in an epic and amazing ending. : About the Author: Lionel Ross was born in 1935 and lives in Manchester, England with his wife Luise. He has two sons and six grandchildren. He originally worked in textiles but is now a full-time author and publisher. His first novel 'Fine Feathers,' was originally published by PublishAmerica in 2005 and received considerable critical acclaim. (Subsequently re-published in the UK by i2i Publishing.) His second novel 'Hidden Heritage' (2006) launched him into the entirely new world of the Historical Saga. This was followed in 2007 by 'The Baghdad Declaration,' a thriller with the backdrop of the Iraq War. His large and growing band of readers has waited patiently for 'Men of Conviction' his fourth offering. There can be no doubt that it will be enthusiastically received. Size: 12.8 x 1.5 x 19.9 cm. 286 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; ISBN: 0956036937. ISBN/EAN: 9780956036933. . 9780956036933, i2i

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When Hitler invaded Vienna in the winter of 1938, Sigmund Freud, old and desperately ill, was among the city's 175,000 Jews dreading Nazi occupation. The Nazis hated Sigmund Freud with a particular vehemence: they detested his 'soul-destroying glorification of the instinctual life'. Here Mark Edmundson traces Hitler and Freud's oddly converging lives, then zeroes in on the last two years of Freud's life, during which, with the help of Marie Bonaparte, he was at last rescued from Vienna and brought safely to London, where he was honoured and feted as he ever had been during his long, controversial life.Staring down certain death, Freud, in typical fashion, does not enjoy his fame but instead writes his most provocative book yet, "Moses and Monotheism", in which he debunks all monotheistic religions and questions the legacy of the great Jewish leader, Moses. Edmundson probes Freud's ideas about secular death, and also about the rise of fascism and fundamentalism, and finally grapples with the demise of psychoanalysis after Freud's death, when religious fundamentalism is once again shaping world events., Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2007, i2i, UK. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good Condition. 286 pages. Available Now. Book Description: "Men of Conviction" tells the fascinating tale of three desperate and disparate young men, released from prison on the same day. They are Hussein, the Islamist preacher of Jihad, Wayne the burglar and Dovid the religious Jew and 'one offence fraudster'. "Men of Conviction" is their story over the ensuing ten years. Hussein, predictably, builds a shadowy Jihadist organisation with the intention, through terrorism, of creating the Caliphate of Britannia under Shari'a law. Wayne is determined to change his life and almost accidentally finds himself the owner of a chain of Massage Parlours. By his previous standards, this is the path to wealth and respectability! Dovid, on the other hand, with the aid of his wealthy grandfather, becomes a successful property developer. The action takes place in such contrasting locations as 21st century Manchester, Istanbul, Afghanistan, Belfast and a mysterious breakaway Islamic republic. The contemporary background to the plots ensures the airing of such issues as Islamist and Irish terrorism, religious intolerance and drug trading. The main characters are easily recognised as typical members of today's British multi-cultural society. As the cataclysmic ending approaches, the paths of the three main characters are destined to cross again in an epic and amazing ending. : About the Author: Lionel Ross was born in 1935 and lives in Manchester, England with his wife Luise. He has two sons and six grandchildren. He originally worked in textiles but is now a full-time author and publisher. His first novel 'Fine Feathers,' was originally published by PublishAmerica in 2005 and received considerable critical acclaim. (Subsequently re-published in the UK by i2i Publishing.) His second novel 'Hidden Heritage' (2006) launched him into the entirely new world of the Historical Saga. This was followed in 2007 by 'The Baghdad Declaration,' a thriller with the backdrop of the Iraq War. His large and growing band of readers has waited patiently for 'Men of Conviction' his fourth offering. There can be no doubt that it will be enthusiastically received. Size: 12.8 x 1.5 x 19.9 cm. 286 pages. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; ISBN: 0956036937. ISBN/EAN: 9780956036933. Inventory No: F239-1272. . 9780956036933, i2i

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i2i, UK. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Available Now. Book Description: "Men of Conviction" tells the fascinating tale of three desperate and disparate young men, released from prison on the same day. They are Hussein, the Islamist preacher of Jihad, Wayne the burglar and Dovid the religious Jew and 'one offence fraudster'. "Men of Conviction" is their story over the ensuing ten years. Hussein, predictably, builds a shadowy Jihadist organisation with the intention, through terrorism, of creating the Caliphate of Britannia under Shari'a law. Wayne is determined to change his life and almost accidentally finds himself the owner of a chain of Massage Parlours. By his previous standards, this is the path to wealth and respectability! Dovid, on the other hand, with the aid of his wealthy grandfather, becomes a successful property developer. The action takes place in such contrasting locations as 21st century Manchester, Istanbul, Afghanistan, Belfast and a mysterious breakaway Islamic republic. The contemporary background to the plots ensures the airing of such issues as Islamist and Irish terrorism, religious intolerance and drug trading. The main characters are easily recognised as typical members of today's British multi-cultural society. As the cataclysmic ending approaches, the paths of the three main characters are destined to cross again in an epic and amazing ending. : About the Author: Lionel Ross was born in 1935 and lives in Manchester, England with his wife Luise. He has two sons and six grandchildren. He originally worked in textiles but is now a full-time author and publisher. His first novel 'Fine Feathers,' was originally published by PublishAmerica in 2005 and received considerable critical acclaim. (Subsequently re-published in the UK by i2i Publishing.) His second novel 'Hidden Heritage' (2006) launched him into the entirely new world of the Historical Saga. This was followed in 2007 by 'The Baghdad Declaration,' a thriller with the backdrop of the Iraq War. His large and growing band of readers has waited patiently for 'Men of Conviction' his fourth offering. There can be no doubt that it will be enthusiastically received. Size: 12.8 x 1.5 x 19.9 cm. 286 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; ISBN: 0956036937. ISBN/EAN: 9780956036933. Inventory No: F239-1272. . 9780956036933, i2i

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i2i, UK. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Available Now. Book Description: "Men of Conviction" tells the fascinating tale of three desperate and disparate young men, released from prison on the same day. They are Hussein, the Islamist preacher of Jihad, Wayne the burglar and Dovid the religious Jew and 'one offence fraudster'. "Men of Conviction" is their story over the ensuing ten years. Hussein, predictably, builds a shadowy Jihadist organisation with the intention, through terrorism, of creating the Caliphate of Britannia under Shari'a law. Wayne is determined to change his life and almost accidentally finds himself the owner of a chain of Massage Parlours. By his previous standards, this is the path to wealth and respectability! Dovid, on the other hand, with the aid of his wealthy grandfather, becomes a successful property developer. The action takes place in such contrasting locations as 21st century Manchester, Istanbul, Afghanistan, Belfast and a mysterious breakaway Islamic republic. The contemporary background to the plots ensures the airing of such issues as Islamist and Irish terrorism, religious intolerance and drug trading. The main characters are easily recognised as typical members of today's British multi-cultural society. As the cataclysmic ending approaches, the paths of the three main characters are destined to cross again in an epic and amazing ending. : About the Author: Lionel Ross was born in 1935 and lives in Manchester, England with his wife Luise. He has two sons and six grandchildren. He originally worked in textiles but is now a full-time author and publisher. His first novel 'Fine Feathers,' was originally published by PublishAmerica in 2005 and received considerable critical acclaim. (Subsequently re-published in the UK by i2i Publishing.) His second novel 'Hidden Heritage' (2006) launched him into the entirely new world of the Historical Saga. This was followed in 2007 by 'The Baghdad Declaration,' a thriller with the backdrop of the Iraq War. His large and growing band of readers has waited patiently for 'Men of Conviction' his fourth offering. There can be no doubt that it will be enthusiastically received. Size: 12.8 x 1.5 x 19.9 cm. 286 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; ISBN: 0956036937. ISBN/EAN: 9780956036933. . 9780956036933, i2i

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Presents the story of three young men of differing ethnicity, who leave prison after serving short sentences and how their lives proceed for the following ten years.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780956036933
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0956036937
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: i2i Publishing
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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