Behavioral Science in the Wild
Edited by Nina Mažar and Dilip Soman
Behavioral Science in the Wild helps managers understand how best to incorporate key research findings to solve their own behavior change challenges in the real world – from lab to field.
Something within Me: A Personal and Political Memoir
This book highlights how Michael Wilson’s personal life blended with his political life, detailing his advocacy for mental health awareness as well his involvement in important pieces of legislation.
Racism and the Making of Gay Rights: A Sexologist, His Student, and the Empire of Queer Love
By Laurie Marhoefer
This book shows how Magnus Hirschfeld laid the groundwork for modern gay rights, and how he did so by borrowing from a disturbing set of racist, imperial, and eugenic ideas.
Simply Institutional Ethnography: Creating a Sociology for People
By Dorothy E. Smith and Alison I. Griffith
Simply Institutional Ethnography is written by two pioneers in the field and grounded in decades of path-breaking work. Dorothy E. Smith and Alison I. Griffith lay out the basics of how institutional ethnography proceeds as a sociology.
Blood of Others: Stalin’s Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity
Blood of Others is a compelling and timely exploration of the ideas and identities coursing between Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.
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