Tag: sociology

Critical Masses by Julie Banks Lewis (Book Review #1060)

Critical Masses is a self-help, non-fiction book, and it assesses the power dynamics and structural inequalities throughout American history. It discusses the system or powers, capitalism, democracy, patriarchy, and so much more.

Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)

Taking action for a better tomorrow is a book written from a common man seeking to assist the human race is surviving and advancing society, humanity and the world. His view is an observational one and begins with him expressing the change that has… Continue Reading “Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess (Book Review #688)”

FORGET NORMS – “A Provocative Reasoning” by Neville Diony (Book Review #698)

Forget norms is a self-help book about personal growth and creating new thoughts. The work also touches on social, environmental issues such as being a good Samaritan and assisting citizens in need. The effects of being a people’s pleaser and the ways humans react… Continue Reading “FORGET NORMS – “A Provocative Reasoning” by Neville Diony (Book Review #698)”