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The Application of Social Sciences A Guide to Its Problems

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $48.25

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2015

Seller ID: 701183

ISBN: 9789351251644

Condition: New


This book is a study of how the professional understandings of social scientists, principally in the Asian context, are being used to apply their knowledge and expertise to the solution of difficulties and to the improvement of the living conditions of some people. Some examples will show the success of what has been done while others make recommendations of how improvements might be achieved. Others make suggestions that are far too broad to accomplish in any communal ... View more info

Chance and Probability: The Limitations of the Social Sciences

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $17.70

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2011

Seller ID: 112047

ISBN: 8180697290

Condition: New


Contents: Preface. I. Social science and human behaviour. 1. Introduction. 2. Social sciences and human behaviour. 3. The Presumption of social order. 4. The statistical Dead-End. 5. Nurture Versus Nature. 6. The Assumption of chaotic change. 7. Levels of inter-related instability. 8. The dominance of individualism. 9. The biases in research and its objectives. 10. Social science as contemporary history. 11. The problems of communication. 12. The Problems of translation.... View more info

The Reciprocated Silence: The Modern Individual and Religious Misunderstanding

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $23.20

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2013

Seller ID: 112119

ISBN: 8180699242

Condition: New


All Societies and Cultures have the idea that the supernatural exists and endures. Many people have relationships with the supernatural from which they feel and indeed know has given them personal benefits. It is a reciprocal relationship in which many invest and get a return. Many people feel that they have established a one-sided relationship with the supernatural despite the silence of the supernatural to respond. This book is a study of this reciprocal silence in whi... View more info

Spirituality and Well-being

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $21.10

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2009

Seller ID: 112138

ISBN: 8180696111

Condition: New


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Violence and Religion: Cross Cultural Opinions and Consequences

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $17.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2007

Seller ID: 112147

ISBN: 8180693767

Condition: New


Violence for or against those who hold a religious belief has been common enough historically but has now become commoner in Africa, Asia and Europe. The majority of this violence has been Christian with Islam less prominent but now this preponderance is seemingly reversed. Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism have been much less violent. There is always the difficulty that religion cannot be defined and religious behaviour is never isolatable from economic, social and politica... View more info

Contemporary Social Science Research: An Evaluation of National and Non-National Countributions

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $23.75

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2008

Seller ID: 112478

ISBN: 8180695166

Condition: New


This book presents a critical evaluation of national and non-national contributions towards contemporary social science research, with particular reference to developing countries. Analysing the different dimensions of social science fieldwork, it discusses at length the global and national environments for social science research and available methodologies. It further highlights the problems of foreign and national researchers, especially the problem of language. Also,... View more info

Social Behaviour of Children: A Cross Culture Assessment

By: R.E.S. Tanner

Price: $9.05

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.: 2007

Seller ID: 112581

ISBN: 8180693848

Condition: New


The behaviour of children within ages defined in most countries without regard to biological maturity or social usefulness is often concentrated on their failure and the failure of their carers to conform to what their societies expect of them. This study attempts to show that children and their carers are genetically and ethologically channeled into behaviour to support the small groups in which they live. For most of our known global history children have been seen as ... View more info