Who knew a chance meeting would end up like this? Ava Ross was a no-nonsense kind of girl. After years of trying, she still hadnt met the right one. Instead of embarking on another bad blind date, she escaped on vacation with her friend Rose Shaw. The two were a force to be reckoned with. They flirted and laughed their way through a week in the sun. Two tickets to see the Aces changed everything. She came face to face with the one man shed always dreamed about dating. It was too bad he was married....or was he? There was no way that this could really be happening to her. Or could it? Joe Morgan was the ultimate superstar. Hed been a part of the Aces for years. Hed played cities all over North America and seen tons of women, but one always stood out in his memory. He never did see her again, that is until she walked in the door with his friend. He knew she had read about him. Shed heard rumors, gossip and lots more. The question is would she date him knowing everything shed learned? The one girl hed dreamed about for years was within his grasp, but would he lose her to the gaggle of ex-girlfriends in his past?
Published by iUniverse on 02/25/2012
Book details: 488 pages.
A hands-on introduction to the craft of social research for Introductory Sociology courses, Exploring Social Issues: Using SPSS for Windows, Third Edition puts students in the role of active researchers as they test their own ideas about topics such as divorce, abortion, crime, inequality, prejudice, and television violence using SPSS, the pre-eminent software program in the social sciences. This Third Edition uses updated General Social Survey (GSS) data sets and offers a robust SPSS primer in an appendix. The book is available in two formats: as a stand-alone text, or bundled with SPSS (Student Version). Key Features Stresses active and collaborative learning as students engage in a series of investigative explorations of social issues Shows students how analyzing data from the General Social Survey, a major national research program, can help them better understand compelling social issues Teaches students how to use SPSS as they analyze GSS data on a random sample of the population Guides students step-by-step through exercises that have been designed for those with no background in SPSS Includes research reports that follow a standardized fill-in-the-blank format for analyzing and presenting results, but with space left for students to summarize their results in their own words Exploring Social Issues: Using SPSS for Windows, Third Edition can be effectively used in Introductory Sociology or other undergraduate sociology courses and may be used in conjunction with most of the standard textbooks in the field. The text is ideal for courses where the professor also wants to introduce students to doing social research and using SPSS.
Published by SAGE Publications on 02/10/2009
Book details: 376 pages.
Spend some time in the library reading or just flicking through magazines and old books. Tune in to the atmosphere of quiet and listen to the sounds of pages turning and people concentrating around you.This essential pocket-sized companion is packed with inspiring quotations from writers, spiritual leaders and philosophers, along with simple but effective tips to help you bring moments of calm into your daily life. The Little Book of Relaxation will benefit the mind and heart and make a real difference to every day.
Published by Summersdale Publishers LTD on 07/09/2015
Book details: 160 pages.
"The great work of subjugation and conquest" has changed little over the years. Analyzing Haiti, Latin America, Cuba, Indonesia, and even packets of the Third World developing in the United States. Noam Chomsky draws parallels between the genocide of colonial times and the murder and exploitation associated with modern-day imperialism.
Published by Haymarket Books on 03/30/2015
Book details: 331 pages.
Alain Badiou is rapidly emerging as one of the most radical and influential philosophers of our time. Badiou opposes the contemporary reduction of philosophy to nothing but a matter of language and premature announcements of the end of philosophy and thus sets himself against both analytic and continental modes of philosophy.Setting the traditional platonic concerns of philosophy, truth and being, against the modern sophists of postmodernism, Badiou has articulated a powerful systematic philosophy with profound ethical and political consequences.
Published by Pluto Press on 07/15/2019
Book details: 189 pages.
Noam Chomsky addresses relations throughout Central America and relates these to superpower conflicts and the overall role of the Cold War in contemporary international relations.
Published by Haymarket Books on 09/28/2015
Book details: 298 pages.