Why We’re Wrong About Nearly Everything is the geography, business statics and statics book which briefly explain the misunderstandings of human. Bobby Duffy is the author of this remarkable book. This book explains all those things in detail where we did not know the reality of true facts and figures. How often women are harassed at the workplace and public? How many humans die and born daily? What is the exact population of the whole world? Why the richest people are always getting richer and poor suffers from more poverty? Who establishes the backing system and whom they support? What is the exact population of immigrants? How countries are known from their culture and societies? What is un-employment and how bad people suffer from it?
Don’t Burn This Book is the psychology, social sciences, self-help, and politics book that motivates people for free-thinking and taking charge of their lives. Dave Rubin is the author of this remarkable book. Today we are living in the world in which everything is planned. This world composed of and shape our thoughts and ideas. People are unable to think for themself and for their own ideas. They are just running behind the things and living the lives of others. We need to dig into our lives and eliminates all the factors that are influenced by society.
If you want to study about the decline of the white working class and the demographics of the America which is destroying over the forty years. Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J. D. Vance is the personal analysis of the culture in crisis i.e. the working American class. This book explains the exact story of the regional, social, and class decline feels like you are born with. This wonderful writing is from the former marine and Yale Law School graduate exploring the struggles of the America’s working class.
The story starts with the hopeful and peaceful America where the Vance grandparents were “dirt and in love”. They moved from Kentucky’s Appalachia region to Ohio. This is the story of a middle-class family which was escaping the poverty around them. They could not completely escape the poverty and the abuse, alcoholism, and trauma. The author also shows that he himself carries the disorders of his family and the history of his family. It will also share the humor and the colorful figures. You will love to read this book on Amerian dream for the larger portion of the country.
The Kent Nerburn provides an intelligent character study of the Native American elder, against the constant backdrop of the contemporary reservation life along with majestic spaces of Western Dakotas. Neither Wolf nor Dog by Kent Nerburn takes you deep down the world of elder as Dan. It is a journey to the vast Dakota skies with the whisperings of the wind speaking the old family voices. It is a spellbinding story spoken on the power of silence differentiating the land and the property. Neither Wolf nor Dog beautifully describes the story of fathers and sons struggling for redemption after the loss of innocence. The cultures are different on the same land.
This is Minnesota Book Award Winning story in 1996. Kent Nerburn draws the attention of the readers to a world of Indian towns with white roadside cafes, abandoned road with memories of Ghost Dance and sitting bull. There are vivid characters in the story, Annie and 400-pound mechanic as well as an 80-year-old woman in the log cabin. This book is the story of two people finding the common voice. It takes the readers to the head of Native American experience. The latest version of the book features a new introduction by the author. It is the humbling, loving, and cleansing book for all the Americans.
Max Weber and his wife Marianne visited the United States of America in the year 1904. He is known to be the founder of the sociology and the modern social sciences. His trip to America is a turning point in his life and an important part of his life as this becomes the reason behind shaping his ideas. The only source of information about Weber was his 1926 biography. Max Weber in America by Lawrence A. Scaff PDF carefully reconstructs his visit to America as it is the most important episode of his career. This book also shows his critical reception of Weber’s work was as an American which itself is an interesting story.
Lawrence also provides various new details about his America’s visit. After reading this book, you will come to know about what he did, who did he meet, what he saw, capitalism, Romance, race, science, Protestantism, and a lot of other things. The author traces the impact of Weber on the social sciences in the United States after his death. Moreover, this book also explains the ideas of the Weber, how these ideas are interpreted, disseminated, and translated by American scholars as well as how Weberian canon codified in America. In conclusion, Max Weber in America by Lawrence A. Scaff is a book on the leading scholar, Max Weber in America and transform our understanding of his place in history and understanding of his social sciences.
In Spite of the Gods is the fabulous history, humanities and social sciences book which provides the brief history and current economic condition of the Indian nation. Edward Luce is the author of this amazing book. India is the world biggest democracy and the future’s international economic power. The country is getting stronger and stronger every coming year. They have developed all their weak points one by one and no other country can treat them. India is first in Asia to develop the atomic bomb and many other deadly weapons. Their film industries grow from 0% to 100% and they collect billions of rupees through their film industries.
The media is stronger than ever but apart from that, the country is still plagued by unemployment, illiteracy, and poverty. There are various other various other economic and social issues which need to address. The author travels in the various cities of India by meeting the politics. He traveled in the different regions, religious circles and cultures to investigate the balance between the modernity and tradition. Edward Luce gets the meeting with the key politics, economic gurus, and religious pundit and village laborers. In the last of the book, he asks some questions and few of them are confidential and evaluate the role of India for his neighbors.