Book Reviews Archive

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Thursday, May 27th, 2010
Rethinking about Gender
Rethinking about Gender
Title                  :  Gender Trouble: Feminism and The Subversion of Identity Author              : Judith Butler Publisher          : Routledge, New York Year                 : 1990 Pages               : 172...
Thursday, May 27th, 2010
Feminist Methods in Social Research
Feminist Methods in Social Research
Author              : Shulamit Reinharz Year                 : 1992 Publication        : Oxford University Press City                  : New York Shulamit Reinharz is a professor in Women's Studies Program at Brandeis,...
Thursday, May 27th, 2010
Dissociated Identities: Ethnicity, Religion, and Class in an Indonesian Society
Dissociated Identities: Ethnicity, Religion, and Class in an Indonesian Society
[span class=note] Author : Rita Smith  Kipp / Publisher : University of  Michigan Press, USA, 1993[/span]This book describes the identities of the Karo sub-ethnic group in Indonesia, whom the author considers dissociated, with the main factors: ethnicity, religion, and class in Indonesian...
Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
Animal Rights
Animal Rights
Reviewed by Cut Mita Human have always had a close but complex, even what animal rightist attorney Gary Francoise calls “schizophrenic,” relationship with other species. On one hand, the myths of most cultures show ancestors, spirits or even gods in animal form and describe animals as...
Wednesday, December 17th, 2008
What is Natural Death?
What is Natural Death?
What is Natural Death?The Bioethical Implications of New Definitions of Death"Abstract:This presentation will look at the use of technology in medicine (artificial nutrition and hydration, respirators, pacemakers, etc) and how they are complicating definitions of death. The problem I will deal with...