The Age of Culture

D. Paul Schafer
Cultural scholar D. Paul Schafer draws on a lifetime of research and reflection to consider the implications of what he calls the cultural world view and the promise it holds for a more humane and fulfilling future.

ISBN-13: 9780988129320
$19.95 Canada and USA
250 pages

June 2014

From Culture to Power
The Sociology of English Canada, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition

Robert Brym with Bonnie Fox 

The ground-breaking study of the major trends in Canadian sociology, updated with a new introduction covering the past quarter-century.

ISBN-13: 978-1-77244-002-7

240 pages 

$29.95 Canada and USA

A Network Approach to Social Inequality

Lorne Tepperman and Sally Chang

Society is a highly complex, interrelated system of flows – flows of information, flows of people, and flows of capital, to name just a few.

ISBN-13: 978-1-77244-003-4
330 pp • 6X9
Paperback • $34.95

  • Higher Education and General Interest titles in sociology, past and present 

  • The best  of empirical investigation and critical analysis provide insights into order, social disorder and social change

  • Books by Canadian sociologists include Lorne Tepperman, Robert Brym, Soheila Pashang, and Sheila Gruner 
The Secrets of Cultures

D. Paul Shafer

Humanity’s future depends on the adoption of culture as the central organizing principle of society.    

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ISBN-13: 9780988129351
$19.95 Canada and USA
282 pages
June 2015

Roots and Routes of Displacement and Trauma 

Edited by Soheila Pashang and Sheila Gruner 

A ground-breaking examination of displacement and its traumatic outcomes that explores the root causes of displacement, and  social work methodologies for working with survivors of displacement and trauma.

ISBN-13: 978-0-9881293-4-4
340 pp. •  6 X 9
Paperback  •  $49.95 (list)