A History of Anthropological Theory, Sixth Edition
By Paul A. Erikson and Liam D. Murphy
The sixth edition of this important text offers substantial updates, including balanced coverage of the four fields of anthropology, an entirely new section on the Anthropocene, and significantly revised discussions of public anthropology, gender and sexuality, and race and ethnicity.
Balancing Acts: A Human Systems Approach to Organizational Change
By James Conklin
This book offers consultants and managers a simple, powerful way to think about change, and ascribes a four-phase iterative process for implementing change. Conklin shows that human groups function as complex systems, and that a change initiative is not a linear progression toward a predefined result.
Dilemmas of Free Expression
Edited by Emmett Macfarlane
Dilemmas of Free Expression offers forward-looking appraisals of ways to confront challenging moral issues, policy problems, and controversies that pay heed to the fundamental right to free expression.
Monty and the Canadian Army
By John A. English
English analyses the way General Bernard Law Montgomery, affectionately known as “Monty,” exerted an influence on the Canadian Army that was more lasting than that of any other Second World War commander.
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