Taboo 2 Locked In

Author: Yoshe
Publisher: Urban Books
ISBN: 1599831732
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Taboo 2 Locked In from the Author: Yoshe. In the scorching sequel to Yoshi's Taboo, Corrections Officer Sierra Howell is back and trying to put her past behind her. Her torrid affair with inmate Rasheed Gordon landed her in hot water with her supervisors—and also pregnant with Rasheed's child. Sierra's determined to move on and make a proper life for herself and her baby, but Rasheed's not letting go that easy. He insists that all he wants is to be a good father to Messiah, but Sierra's not so sure it's a good idea for him to hang around—especially as Lamont's been like a father to Messiah since day one. . .. But old flames die hard and this one is nearly raging out of control. Will Sierra follow her head and marry Lamont—or will her heart win out and betray her again?

The Great Taboo

Author: Grant Allen
Publisher: 1st World Publishing
ISBN: 142181546X
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The Great Taboo from the Author: Grant Allen. This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

Horror Comics In Black And White

Author: Richard J. Arndt
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786493151
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Horror Comics In Black And White from the Author: Richard J. Arndt. "This generously illustrated work offers a comprehensive history and retrospective of the black-and-white horror comics that flourished on the newsstands from 1964 to 2004. With a catalog of original magazines, complete credits and insightful analysis, it highlights an important but overlooked period in the history of comics"--Provided by publisher.

Taboo

Author: Franz Steiner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136543333
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Taboo from the Author: Franz Steiner. Scholars have been trying to explain taboo customs ever since Captain Cook discovered them in Polynesia over 200 years ago. The subject has been treated at length, but none of the theories has more than a limited validity, so numerous are the taboos recorded and so diverse the societies in which they occur. This book contains chapters on: · Taboo as a Victorian invention · The complicated taboos in the Pentateuch · Taboos in Polynesia Originally published in 1956.

Eranos Yearbook 69 2006 2007 2008

Author: John van Praag
Publisher: Daimon
ISBN: 3856307346
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Eranos Yearbook 69 2006 2007 2008 from the Author: John van Praag. The yearbook for the conferences in 2006, 2007, and 2008 has just been published in a single volume, and there are some gems to be found: Ervin Laszlo on Some Universal Features of the Needed Transformation, Heyong Shen on Psychology of the Heart, and Luigi Zoja on Reductionism: A Western Disease? In 1933 in a secluded villa on the mountainous shore of Lago Maggiore, in Ascona, Switzerland, a group of scholars, organized by the inspired Olg

Taboo

Author: Don Kulick
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134880928
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Taboo from the Author: Don Kulick. Taboo looks at the ethnographer and sexuality in anthropological fieldwork and considers the many roles that sexuality plays in the anthropological production of knowledge and texts. How does the sexual identity that anthropologists have in their "home" society affect the kind of sexuality they are allowed to express in other cultures? How is the anthropologists' sexuality perceived by the people with whom he or she does research? How common is sexual violence and intimidation in the field and why is its existence virtually unmentioned in anthropology? These are but a few of the questions to be confronted, exploring from differing perspectives the depth of the influence this tabooed topic has on the entire practice and production of anthropology. A long-overdue text for all students and lecturers of anthropology, many post-fieldwork readers will find a resonance of issues they have previously faced (or tried to avoid) and those who are still to undertake fieldwork will find articles that refer to other kinds of personal and professional experience as well as providing invaluable preparations for coping in the field.

Just A Little Taboo Shades Of Deception Book 2

Author: Mallory Rush
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
ISBN: 1614171920
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Just A Little Taboo Shades Of Deception Book 2 from the Author: Mallory Rush. Cammie Walker has everyone fooled—almost. On the outside she has the perfect career, perfect looks, perfect tight-knit family, perfect everything. Inwardly, she's a mess. After three broken engagements there is only one man she can love and trust without question: Her adopted brother Grant Kennedy. Grant has loved Cammie like anything but an adopted sister since the day she moved into his parents' house and took up residence in his heart. Knowing Cammie only sees him as her little brother is torture... until Cammie accidentally sees more than a little of him in the buff. Now Cammie and Grant must choose. Risk everything by coming forward with the truth. Or continue to deceive the family they both love as their forbidden love affair spins out of control and threatens to break far more hearts than theirs alone. Previously titled: Taboo SHADES OF DECEPTION, in series order Just a Little Lie Just a Little Taboo Just a Little Misgiving Just a Little Sin OTHER TITLES by Mallory Rush Outlaws and Heroes, a three book series Bad Boy of New Orleans Between the Sheets Hurts So Good Half-Moon Hearts Kissed by the Beast

Rethinking The Masters Of Comparative Law

Author: Annelise Riles
Publisher: Hart Publishing
ISBN: 1841132896
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Rethinking The Masters Of Comparative Law from the Author: Annelise Riles. Comparative Law is experiencing something of a renaissance,as legal scholars and practitioners traditionally outside the discipline find it newly relevant in projects such as constitution and code drafting, the harmonization of laws, court decisions, or as a tool for understanding the globalization of legal institutions. On the other hand, comparativists within the discipline find themselves asking questions about the identity of comparative law, what it is that makes comparative law unique as a discipline, what is the way forward. This book, designed with courses in comparative law as well as scholarly projects in mind, brings a new generation of comparativists together to reflect on the character of their discipline. It aims to incite curiosity and debate about contemporary issues within comparative law by bringing the discipline into conversation with debates in anthropology, literary and cultural studies, and critical theory. The book addresses questions such as what is the disciplinary identity of comparative law; how should we understand its relationship to colonialism, modernism, the Cold War, and other wider events that have shaped its history; what is its relationship to other projects of comparison in the arts, social sciences and humanities; and how has comparative law contributed at different times and in different parts of the world to projects of legal reform. Each of the essays frames its intervention around a close reading of the life and work of one formative character in the history of the discipline. Taken as a whole, the book offers a fresh and sophisticated picture of the discipline and its future. Contents: Montesquieu: the specter of despotism and the origins of comparative law (Robert Launay); Max Weber and the uncertainties of categorical comparative law (Ahmed White); Rethinking Hermann Kantorowicz: Free law, American legal realism and the legacy of anti-formalism (Vivian Grosswald Curran); Encountering amateurism: John Henry Wigmore and the uses of American formalism (Annelise Riles); Nobushige Hozumi: A skillful transplanter of western legal thought into Japanese soil (Hitoshi Aoki); Sanhuri, comparative law and Islamic legal reform, or why cultural authenticity is impossible (Amr Shalakany); Sculpting the agenda of comparative law: Ernst Rabel and the facade of language (David J. Gerber); René David: At the head of the family (Jorge L. Esquirol); Postmodern-Structural Comparative Jurisprudence? The aggregate impact of R. B. Schlesinger and R. Sacco to the understanding of the legal order (Ugo Mattei).

Jung And Sociological Theory

Author: Gavin Walker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134970293
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Jung And Sociological Theory from the Author: Gavin Walker. Carl Jung has always lain at the edge of sociology's consciousness, despite the existence of a long-established Freudian tradition. Yet, over the years, a small number of sociological writers have considered Jung; one or two Jungian writers have considered sociology. The range of perspectives is quite wide: Durkheim, Weber, Marx, Levi-Strauss, feminism, mass society, postmodernism. These scattered writings, however, have had little cumulative impact and inspired little debate. The authors seem often not to have known of each other, while the sociological mainstream has remained unmoved or unaware. This is the situation that this book seeks to change. Jung and Sociological Theory brings together a selection of articles and excerpts in a single volume, together with some writings from anthropology, and seeks to begin the task of critical evaluation. Presented in three parts, the book covers anthropology, sociology and an appraisal of Jung and sociological theory. Gavin Walker explores the relationship between Jung and sociology, asking what the writers included here wanted from Jung, how we should locate Jung on the sociological landscape, and how this might link to anthropology. In conclusion he suggests that sociology’s problem with Jung is less that he is difficult to place, than that he compels sociology to face some of its own inconsistencies and evasions. Jung and Sociological Theory will be of interest to all academics and students working in the fields of Jungian studies, analytical psychology and psychoanalysis, sociology, anthropology, feminism, comparative religion and the history of ideas.