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El régimen jurídico de la disponibilidad horaria (Monografía) de Nora María Martínez Yáñez

El régimen jurídico de la disponibilidad horaria (Monografía) de Nora María Martínez Yáñez

Applied social science methodology : an introductory guide / John Gerring, Dino Christenson

Applied social science methodology : an introductory guide / John Gerring, Dino Christenson

Readings on the Prestige disaster : contributions from the social sciences / Ricardo García Mira (editor)

Readings on the Prestige disaster : contributions from the social sciences / Ricardo García Mira (editor)

Organizations in action : social science bases of administrative theory / James D. Thompson

Organizations in Action: Social Science Bases of Administrative Theory (Classics in Organization and Management Series)

Book Review: Spreading Protest: Social Movements in Times of Crisis edited by Donatella della Porta and Alice Mattoni | LSE Review of Books

Spreading protest : social movements in times of crisis / edited by Donatella della Porta and Alice Mattoni

Moral markets : the critical role of values in the economy / edited by Paul J. Zak ; with a foreword by Michael C. Jensen

Moral markets : the critical role of values in the economy / edited by Paul J. with a foreword by Michael C.

Darwin's Bridge: Uniting the Humanities and Sciences explores the meaning of consilience and considers the unity of human evolution, human nature, social dynamics, art, and narrative. The term "consilience" in its modern usage was first established by co-editor Edward O. Wilson in his 1998 book, Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge. Wilson's original thesis had two parts: that nature forms a unitary order of causal forces, hierarchically organized, and that scientific knowledge.

Darwin's bridge : uniting the humanities and sciences / edited by Joseph Carroll, Dan P. McAdams and Edward O.

State and nation making in Latin America and Spain : republics of the possible / edited by Miguel A. Centeno, Agustin E. Ferraro

State and nation making in Latin America and Spain : republics of the possible / edited by Miguel Á. Centeno, Agustín E.

"The making of a racist: a Southerner reflects on family, history, and the slave trade" E175.5.D49 A3 2016

In this powerful memoir, Charles Dew, one of America’s most respected historians of the South--and particularly its history of slavery--turns the focus on his o

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