1135 books (57 pages) in this category
by Wayne Errington
Media and Politics 2e offers a thorough introduction to the politics of the Australian media, particularly the effect that Australia's liberal democratic tradition has on the operation and structure of the media, and in turn the effect of the ...
by Michael O'Shaughnessy
Media and Society explores the relationship between the media, their institutions and the world we live in, examining how they are connected and how society and the media affect each other. The book analyses representations of the world found in
by Daniel J. Czitrom
by Anna Cristina Pertierra
<p>The field of anthropology took a long time to discover the significance of media in modern culture. In this important new book, Anna Pertierra tells the story of how a field - once firmly associated with the study of esoteric cultures - ...
by Webster Tim
A Global History
by Sylvia Lovegren
<div>Perfumed, sweet, succulent, cooling; a ripe melon can be one of the most delicious of fruits. Sylvia Lovegren untangles the melon's long and complex history and follows the journeys of the varied fruits known as melons from the sandy wastes
"Essays, Advice and Considerations"
by David Coggins
The Publishing Business in the Twenty-First Century
by John B. Thompson
These are turbulent times in the world of book publishing. For nearly five centuries the methods and practices of book publishing remained largely unchanged, but at the dawn of the twenty-first century the industry finds itself faced with ...
and magical creatures of the sea
by Gillian Kemp
<DIV><P>Pick up <B>Mermaids and Dolphins </B>and divine your fate with these 52 beautiful cards expressing the magic of two of the ocean’s most beguiling creatures – the mermaid and the dolphin. The mermaid, mistress of fateful ...
by Catherine Bateson
The daughter of an artist and a scientist, and your own interesting self, Millie. What more could you need?<BR><BR>But Millie isn't sure that Tom, her mum's boyfriend, is right about that. A new town, a school project due, an enemy called Tayla,
How British Law is Failing Women
by Helena Kennedy
<b>'Fascinating and chilling' Caroline Criado Perez, author of <i>Invisible Women</i></b><BR><b><i><BR></i></b>Two women a week are killed by a spouse or partner.<BR><BR>Every seven minutes a woman is raped.<BR><BR>The police receive one phone ...
The New Activism
by Gail Ukockis
Impassioned but practical, this book dives into the topic of misogyny and proposes strategies for effective action. Misogyny (hatred of women) is nothing new, of course. Recently, though, new aspects of misogyny have emerged in our society that ...
by Darlene Rivas
A Stone Reader
by Peter Catapano
<p>Since 2010, The Stone—the immensely popular, award-winning philosophy column in The New York Times—has revived and re-interpreted age-old inquiries to speak to our contemporary condition. Now, doing for modern ethics what The ...
by Benjamin Jordan
How Australia’s two greatest generals changed the course of world history
by Roland Perry
Monash and Chauvel is a gripping narrative history that follows the extraordinary campaigns of the two most outstanding battlefield commanders of the First World War across all the Allied armies: John Monash and Harry Chauvel. John Monash ...Audio Book
by Benjamin Law
In 2016, the Safe Schools program became the focus of an ideological firestorm. In <i>Moral Panic 101</i>, Benjamin Law explores how and why this happened. He weaves a subtle, gripping account of schools today, sexuality, teenagers, new ideas of
Plant-based Recipes + Zero Waste Life Hacks with Purpose
by Max La Manna
by Richard Jones
In <i>Mosquito</i>, Richard Jones recounts the history of mosquitoes’ relationship with mankind, and their transformation from a trivial gnat into a serious disease-carrying menace. Drawing on scientific fact, historical evidence, and literary ...