This book provides an introduction to AIDS - tackling the science, politics, demographics, and devastating consequences of the disease.
Advanced Introduction to Social Policy offers a concise overview of the field that takes newer realities into account, without rejecting the insights found in the traditional social policy canon.
In this Very Short Introduction Andrew Cooper explores the emergence of the BRICS as a concept. Drawing on historical precedent, Cooper provides a contemporary analysis of the BRICS' practice and influence as as a forum and a lobby group in advancing a distinctive but amorphous agenda amongst global politics.
The Cambridge History of Religions in Latin America covers religious history in Latin America from pre-Conquest times until the present.
Drawing on examples from the global North and South, this book examines the relationship between migration, development and diaspora engagement from a governance perspective.
Mean Streets highlights research on the important role migrants play in South Africa's informal economy.
After ‘08 examines how key global institutions and nation states around the world responded to the global financial crisis of 2007-08.
Drawing on interviews, surveys, and other research conducted with young people in fifteen countries across the Arab world, Bessma Momani describes the passion for entrepreneurship, reform, and equality among Arab youth.
Reframing Climate Change encourages social scientists, policy-makers, and graduate students to critically consider how climate change is framed in scientific, social, and political spheres.