A Geography of Urban Places
Studies in Social History
Otto Jespersen: Collected English Writings
Philanthropy in England
Paradigms and Fairy Tales
Tides of History
Economics in the Developing World: 1865-1939
December 21, 2006
Routledge Library Editions: The City reprints some of the most important works in urban studies published in the last century. It is broken down into thematic minisets which cover: urban planning urban geography sociology of cities urban economics the politics of cities cities in the developing...
Robert G. Putnam, Frank J. Taylor, Philip K. Kettle
December 21, 2006
This book presents a selection of readings to present varied opinions, approaches and reports from various international professional journals. Among the journals represented are: Regional Science Association Journal, The Canadian Geographer, The Annals of the American Association of Geographers,...
November 02, 2006
An incredibly influential figure in child psychology, Jean Piaget’s (1896-1980) career was dominated by a fascination with how knowledge is imparted, and a quest to discover precisely how it is accumulated by individuals. This in turn led to important work specializing in child and educational...
October 13, 2006
Otto Jespersen is one of the foremost philologists of recent times. A genius phoneticist and a revolutionary force in the teaching of languages, Jespersen's contribution to the understanding of language cannot be overrated. This set offers an unprecedented opportunity to own all of his...
August 31, 2006
In these works Professor Jordan studies the origins of modern social and cultural institutions in England. He is concerned with the momentous shift which occurred in men's aspirations for their society in the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, as reflected in the charities which...
August 24, 2006
Max Weber (1894-1920) is generally recognized as one of the founding fathers of modern sociology. This collection pays homage to his continuing influence, not just within sociology, but also political theory, science and religion. The books carefully chosen for this collection provide an...
June 30, 2006
Jacques Pirenne, the world famous Belgian historian and son of the equally distinguished Henri Pirenne, has here completed a study of universal history, covering the whole of civilization from the beginnings to the most recent events of the 1950's. Professor Pirenne does not confine himself to...
June 29, 2006
There is a tendency to focus on developed nations as the predominant factors in world economics. Yet this key set reveals the dangers inherent in overlooking the vital roles played by developing nations: for example, author Latham suggests that the Great Depression was...
G B Richardson
December 22, 2005
In these two volumes, David P. Levine undertakes the systematic clarification and further development of the theoretical contributions of classical political economy. It focuses on such central issues in economic theory as: * need, value and exchange * capital and its production * the...
D. W. Sylvester
December 15, 2005
These collections of documentary material illustrate the main themes of educational history from the early middle ages to the late twentieth century. It contains extensive extracts from every major educational document of this period including royal and parliamentary commissions. Each document is...