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Product Description: Sociological Review Monograph Featured onTHINKING ALLOWED (Radio 4) on 29th January and 5th February 2014Contributions from the most recent Sociological Review Monograph, SOCIOLOGIES OF MODERATION (edited by Alex Smith and John Holmwood), featured on Radio 4's Thinking Allowed on 29 January and 5 February 2014...read more
By John Holmwood (editor)

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9781118825020 | Blackwell Pub, December 16, 2013, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: Sociological Review Monograph Featured onTHINKING ALLOWED (Radio 4) on 29th January and 5th February 2014Contributions from the most recent Sociological Review Monograph, SOCIOLOGIES OF MODERATION (edited by Alex Smith and John Holmwood), featured on Radio 4's Thinking Allowed on 29 January and 5 February 2014.

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Product Description: By identifying and illustrating aspects of American culture that are out of sync with the modest republicanism that gave rise to the United States in the late eighteenth century, the contributors to this volume expose the vulgarity and excess of American culture.
By Michael P. Federici (editor), Richard M. Gamble (editor) and Mark T. Mitchell (editor)

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9780230340770 | Palgrave Macmillan, May 2, 2013, cover price $100.00 | About this edition: By identifying and illustrating aspects of American culture that are out of sync with the modest republicanism that gave rise to the United States in the late eighteenth century, the contributors to this volume expose the vulgarity and excess of American culture.

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Product Description: Why was it that whenever the Tudor-Stuart regime most loudly trumpeted its moderation, the regime was at its most vicious? With the answer to this fundamental question at its heart, The Rule of Moderation comprehensively rewrites the history of early modern England, showing that many of its key developments-the via media of Anglicanism, the rise of the 'middle sort', the idea of political liberty, the development of empire, the rise of religious toleration-were defined and defended as instances of coercive and aggressive moderation, producing the 'middle way' through the forcible restraint of apparently dangerous excesses in Church, state and society...read more

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9780521119726 | Cambridge Univ Pr, November 14, 2011, cover price $115.00 | About this edition: Why was it that whenever the Tudor-Stuart regime most loudly trumpeted its moderation, the regime was at its most vicious?

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9780521135566 | Cambridge Univ Pr, November 14, 2011, cover price $34.99 | About this edition: Why was it that whenever the Tudor-Stuart regime most loudly trumpeted its moderation, the regime was at its most vicious?

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Touting the benefits of disorder, chaos, and mess, a groundbreaking study explains how and why a little disorder actually makes systems more effective, citing examples from business, cooking, parenting, politics, and other fields to demonstrate that the right amount of disorder yields better solutions, uses resources more efficiently, and is more durable. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.

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9780316114752 | Little Brown & Co, January 3, 2007, cover price $25.99 | About this edition: Explains how and why a little disorder actually makes systems more effective, citing examples from business, cooking, parenting, politics, and other fields to demonstrate that the right amount of disorder yields better solutions.

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9780316013994 | Reprint edition (Back Bay Books, January 8, 2008), cover price $16.00 | About this edition: Touting the benefits of disorder, chaos, and mess, a groundbreaking study explains how and why a little disorder actually makes systems more effective, citing examples from business, cooking, parenting, politics, and other fields to demonstrate that the right amount of disorder yields better solutions, uses resources more efficiently, and is more durable.

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9781594836152 | Abridged edition (Hachette Audio, January 3, 2007), cover price $24.98 | About this edition: Explains how and why a little disorder actually makes systems more effective, citing examples from business, cooking, parenting, politics, and other fields to demonstrate that the right amount of disorder yields better solutions.

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Product Description: This provocative and readable study examines the norms, values, and beliefs that contribute to modern environmental problems. Criticizing the environmental abuses inherent in the acquisitive values of consumer society, the argument presented contends that individuals must simplify their lifestyles and exhibit moderation and self-restraint to avoid waste and maintain the earth's resources...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9789057270468 | Intl Books, April 1, 2003, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: This provocative and readable study examines the norms, values, and beliefs that contribute to modern environmental problems.

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An approach to early intervention is based on the Drink/Link Moderation Program designed for non-alcoholics still in the preliminary stages of alcohol abuse and offers guidance on how to take responsibility for social drinking.

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9781559723763 | Birch Lane Pr, November 1, 1996, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Describes a plan designed to help at-risk drinkers learn to manage their drinking and prevent alcoholism

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