• Ian Craib
    Providing an account of the key ideas of classical social...
    From £34.20
    Save £5.79
  • Nicholas Abercrombie, Alan...
    aeo Completely re--written third edition of an establishe...
    From £19.20
    Save £5.79
  • Zygmunt Bauman, Tim May
    In this lucid, stimulating and original book, Zygmunt Bau...
    From £16.31
    Save £3.68
  • C. Wright Mills
    From £9.21
    Save £3.78
  • Axel Honneth
    The idea of socialism has given normative grounding and o...
    From £10.74
    Save £6.25
  • Rad Women Worldwide (Hardback)
    Kate Schatz, Miriam Klein...
    From £8.33
    Save £5.66
  • Cold Intimacies (Paperback)
    Eva Illouz
    It is commonly assumed that capitalism has created an a-e...
    From £11.27
    Save £3.72
  • Roland Meighan, Clive Har...
    Intended to stimulate sociologically informed thinking ab...
    From £26.85
    Save £7.14
  • Wade Mansell, Belinda Met...
    The aim of this text is to attempt to understand the role...
    From £20.51
    Save £4.48
  • John Hayes
    This book provides a clearly structured and comprehensive...
    From £25.16
    Save £5.83
  • News (Paperback)
    Howard Tumber
    This introduction to debates within the field of the soci...
    From £32.56
    Save £5.43
  • Ian Marsh, Rosie Campbell...
    This text examines sociological theories and arguments, p...
    From £25.99
    Save £4.00
  • Anthony Giddens
    This major study develops a new account of modernity and ...
    From £14.59
    Save £3.40
  • Subculture (Paperback)
    Dick Hebdige
    This volume is concerned with the UK's postwar, music-cen...
    From £15.98
    Save £3.01
  • How to be a Geek (Paperback)
    Matthew Fuller
    Insightful, informative, provocative and brilliant, Fulle...
    From £15.41
    Save £1.58
  • Yves Citton
    Information overload, the shallows, weapons of mass distr...
    From £12.58
    Save £4.41
  • The Irish Paradox (Paperback)
    Sean Moncrieff
    Packed with offbeat anecdotes, observations and intriguin...
  • How Good We Can be (Hardback)
    Will Hutton
    A compelling and sharply insightful book that examines th...