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  • Cover scan of Multicultural Immunisation
    Multicultural Immunisation: Liberalism And Esposito
    Alexej Ulbricht - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This is a critical intervention in liberal theories of multiculturalism. Multiculturalism has recently been declared dead, while at the same time the value of diversity is still emphasised - how can we explain this? In this book, Alexej Ulbricht sets out to completely reassess liberal theories of multiculturalism, and argues that the 'backlash' is actually the strengthening of tendencies already present in liberal multiculturalism. Using the theories of Roberto Esposito to argue that liberal multiculturalism is best understood as a series of immunitary processes, Ulbricht examines some of these processes and looks to what cultural coexistence beyond immunity might look like.
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    Non-Consensual Democracy: Dialogue And Critical Community
    Leszek Koczanowicz - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Using the ideas of Mikhail Bakhtin and others, this book shows that dialogue in democracy can transcend both antagonistic and consensual perspectives and open up a new way of dealing with the problems of today's democratic studies.
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    Physics
    Paul Van der Boon - Paperback - BrightRED Publishing
    This is an easy-to-use and comprehensive guide designed to take students through each stage of their studies and achieve the best possible results in the new National 4 physics qualification.
  • Cover scan of Police Courts In Nineteenth-Century Scotland
    Police Courts In Nineteenth-Century Scotland
    David G. Barrie - Hardback - Ashgate
    A comprehensive investigation into the workings of police courts and summary prosecution in Scottish towns in the 19th century. Drawing on extensive new research derived from a wide array of sources, the study blends social, institutional, urban and cultural history to uncover the workings and delivery of magisterial justice, the ways in which police courts attempted to extend control over citizens and the physical structure of towns, and how communities were affected by, and engaged with, this layer of judicial authority.
  • Cover scan of Social Interaction And ELT Teacher Identity
    Social Interaction And ELT Teacher Identity
    John Gray - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This textbook uses analysis of interaction in a range of teacher education and professional practice settings in ELT to explore the different identities and power relationships which teachers orient to.
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    Social Interaction And ELT Teacher Identity
    John Gray - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This textbook uses analysis of interaction in a range of teacher education and professional practice settings in ELT to explore the different identities and power relationships which teachers orient to.
  • Cover scan of Ten Boys Who Used Their Talents
    Ten Boys Who Used Their Talents
    Irene Howat - Paperback - Christian Focus Publications
    From C.S. Lewis's wonderful 'Narnia' tales to John Bunyan's classic 'The Pilgrim's Progress' written in Bedford County Gaol. and from celebrated composer J.S. Bach to inventor Samuel Morse's single-wire telegraph system - here are the stories of ten boys who grew up to leave behind a lasting legacy.
  • Cover scan of Thomas Reid On Society And Politics
    Thomas Reid On Society And Politics
    Thomas Reid - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This title reveals the Enlightenment philosopher Thomas Reid's acute comments on the Scottish political, social and economic scene.
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    Warehouse
    Keith Gray - Paperback - Definitions
    A community of young people gather in an old warehouse to get away from a world they don't fit into. Through separate, but interweaving narratives, Warehouse tells the story of three of the community's members.
  • Cover scan of The Young Chieftain
    The Young Chieftain
    Ken Howard - Paperback - Tamarind
    When Jamie MacDorans dad is killed, Jamie and his mum find themselves burying him on a remote Scottish island that's nothing like their LA home. There, in the run-down family castle, Jamie hears rumours of inheritance. He begins to discover that he's not just your average skater boy.

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