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- A Portrait of California 2014–2015
Kristen Lewis (Editor); Sarah Burd-Sharps (Editor)
If California were a country, it would rank 34th in the world by population and 8th by the size of its economy-big enough for a seat at the G8. But that's not the whole story. Instead of relying only on economic analysis, Measure of America's A Portrait of California uses the human development approach to tell us how people are doing. Three dimensions-a long and healthy life, access to knowledge, and a decent standard of living-are examined in detail and presented along a simple ten-point scale: the American Human Development (HD) Index.
- Diaspora Lobbies and the US Government: Convergence and Divergence in Making Foreign Policy
Josh DeWind (Editor); Renata Segura (Editor)
Diaspora Lobbies and the US Government brings together a group of distinguished scholars of international politics and international migration to explore how the relationship between diaspora groups and the government shapes US foreign policy
- Aspiring Adults Adrift: Tentative Transitions of College Graduates
- 2014. Richard Arum ; Josipa Roksa
- A Portrait of Sonoma County
“A Portrait of Sonoma County” is the second county-level report in the Measure of America Series. Commissioned by the Sonoma County Department of Health Services, it is an in-depth analysis of the health, economic, and educational conditions of people living in the heart of California’s Wine Country.
- Transitional Justice, Culture, and Society: Beyond Outreach
- 2014. Clara Ramírez-Barat (Editor)
- Habermas and Religion
Craig Calhoun (Editor); Eduardo Mendieta (Editor); Jonathan VanAntwerpen (Editor)
Habermas argues that the once widely accepted hypothesis of progressive secularization fails to account for the multiple trajectories of modernization in the contemporary world.
- The Children of Immigrants at School: A Comparative Look at Integration in the United States and Western Europe
Jennifer Holdaway (Editor); Richard Alba (Editor)
The Children of Immigrants at School explores the twenty-first-century consequences of immigration through an examination of how the so-called second generation is faring educationally in six countries: France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.
- 22 Ideas to Fix the World: Conversations with the World's Foremost Thinkers
- September 9, 2013. Piotr Dutkiewicz (Editor); Richard Sakwa (Editor)
- Postcommunism from Within: Social Justice, Mobilization, and Hegemony
Jan Kubik (Editor); Amy Linch (Editor)
The original essays in this volume lay out a bold new approach to research on the postcommunist region, and to democratization studies more broadly, that focuses on the social and cultural microprocesses behind political and economic transformation.
- Rhetorics of Insecurity: Belonging and Violence in the Neoliberal Era
Zeynep Gambetti (Editor); Marcial Godoy-Anativia (Editor)
The volume as a whole aims to understand one crucial question: whether securitized neoliberalism effectively spells the end of political liberalism as we know it today.