Tag Archives: Social Science

Fair Weather People by Roshni Hemraj Mudliar

Fair-Weather People by Roshni Hemraj MudliarFair Weather People by Roshni Hemraj Mudliar is a work of fiction about weathering bad people and bad events in one’s life – especially when it comes to earning money. The book begins with a short expose of people most of us know all too well: people who are there for you when you’re doing well, but turn their back when things turn south.…

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Review: Strangers I Have Known by Melissa Kotler Schwartz

★★★★★ Strangers I Have Known by Melissa Schwartz

When people think back on the story of their lives, the “main characters” are typically family members, friends, lovers, children, co-workers and the myriad other people who receive Christmas cards or occasional texts. However, a large portion of our time as human beings consists of interactions with strangers.…

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Cooperative Wisdom by Donald Scherer, PhD and Carolyn Jabs

Cooperative Wisdom: Bringing People Together When Things Fall Apart by Donald Scherer and Carolyn JabsDespite their best efforts, why do good people find themselves in conflict so frequently?

Cooperative Wisdom: Bringing People Together When Things Fall Apart, written by acclaimed philosopher Dr. Donald Scherer and award-winning journalist Carolyn Jabs, introduces a novel approach to ethics that consistently dissolves conflict, restores goodwill, builds common purpose, and helps people thrive.…

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Overcoming the Lie of “Race” by John L. Hodge

Overcoming the Lie of “Race” by John L. HodgeOvercoming the Lie of “Race”: A Personal, Philosophical and Political Perspective, by John L. Hodge, is a treatise from every angle on the supposition that race doesn’t exist. It’s a thorough, well-researched look into this oft-times controversial topic, injected with Hodge’s evocative personal tales in his own life being defined by race, as well as his family.…

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