Author: tot167 Date: 2007-10-14 07:00:00
The Mechanics of Modernity in Europe and East Asia The Institutional Origins of Social Change and Stagnation
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Author: bayern Date: 2009-08-25 10:09:51
Rural Women in Urban China: Gender, Migration, And Social Change
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe | ISBN: 0765608200 | edition 2005 | PDF | 329 pages | 3,3 mb
Based on in-depth ethnographic research - and using an approach that seeks to understand how migration is experienced by the migrants themselves - this is a fascinating study of the experiences of women in rural China who joined the vast migration to Beijing and other cities at the end of the twentieth century. It focuses on the experiences of rural-urban migrants, the particular ways in which they talk about those experiences, and how those experiences affect their sense of identity.
Author: MoneyRich Date: 2014-08-29 14:52:58
A Social History of Modern Spain (Social History of Europe) by Adrian Shubert
Routledge; New Ed edition | November 20, 1990 | English | ISBN: 0415090830 | 304 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Insightful and accessible, A Social History of Modern Spain is the first comprehensive social history of modern Spain in any language. Adrian Shubert analyzes the social development of Spain since 1800. He explores the social conflicts at the root of the Spanish Civil War and how that war and the subsequent changes from democracy to Franco and back again have shaped the social relations of the country. Paying equal attention to the rural and urban worlds and respecting the great regional diversity within Spain, Shubert draws a sophisticated picture of a country struggling with the problems posed by political, economic, and social change. He begins with an overview of the rural economy and the relationship of the people to the land, then moves on to an analysis of the work and social lives of the urban population. He then discusses the changing roles of the clergy, the military, and the various local government, community, and law enforcement officials. A Social History of Modern Spain concludes with an analysis of the dramatic political, economic, and social changes during the Franco regime and during the subsequent return to democracy.
Author: robin-bobin Date: 2009-12-03 00:18:51
The Britannica Guide to Political and Social Movements That Changed the Modern World (Turning Points in History) By Heather M. Campbell
Publisher: Rosen Education Service 2009-12-20 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 1615300163 | PDF | 4 MB
There is strength in numbers, which is why efforts to effect change that have plenty of support and high participation rates are the most likely to succeed. Such movements are formed when people organize with the goal of putting ideas into action, often in an attempt to bring about political or social change...
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Globalization and international social work: Postmodern change and challenge by Malcolm Payne, Gurid Aga Askeland
English | 2008 | ISBN: 0754649466 | PDF | 188 pages | 1,5 MB
Globalization challenges social work with constant social change, making a social worker's job and the task of social work education more complex and uncertain. Post-modern thinking suggests that social workers must learn to cope with complexity in ways that are in tension with the increasingly managerialist organization of the social services.
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Author: libr Date: 2012-12-16 16:59:27
Malcolm Payne, Gurid Aga Askeland - Globalization and international social work: Postmodern change and challenge
2008 | ISBN: 0754649466 | PDF | 188 pages | 1.05 MB
Globalization challenges social work with constant social change, making a social worker's job and the task of social work education more complex and uncertain. Post-modern thinking suggests that social workers must learn to cope with complexity in ways that are in tension with the increasingly managerialist organization of the social services. The authors explore and question the concepts of 'postmodern', 'international' and 'global' in the light of growing interest in international social work in the early 21st century.