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This visionary book provides the intellectual background to the whole Postcards from Scotland series by setting out the 'challenges of modernity' and showing how we are living through 'a change of age'. The authors look beyond health to the main social, 
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As Britain's Trident system comes to the end of its life, in the course of the present parliament decisions need to be made on the future of the nuclear weapons. Britannia's Sceptre, part of Argyll Publishing's Discussions series of current affairs 
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This short book argues that transport in Scotland is deep-fried unhealthy and is time-warped in the age of the car. Failure to address the issue has social, economic and ecological costs. 
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The aim of this book is to inform, educate and empower parents or carers of children and young people, about how drugs have the potential to damage their health and wellbeing. Many adults are particularly worried about the use of drugs by teenagers, and s 
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What's wrong with Scotland? Why are we in the doldrums while other small nations prosper? In the most radical book about Scotland for a generation, authors Dennis MacLeod and Michael Russell look at their country from an international perspective, and c 
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Frank Boyle is the popular and trenchant award-winning cartoonist for the Evening News in Edinburgh where he passes daily comment on the affairs of state and the positions and postures of politicians. This book is a selection of Frank's work in that paper 
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Who gave us the world's most popular novelist and the everlasting iron chancellor? And then threw in a banking suit prepared to do a deal with an American evangelist who believes the world will end in 2007? Not to speak of the gel-filled bra, and Ms Marga 
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Prone to cooing for hours over fluffy kittens and cute puppies? Consider yourself an animal lover? Thinking of owning a pet? Fancy a career as a vet? DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT before you read Josh Artmeier's hilarious and timely rant about the way 
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Interest in this book comes from community activists, professional bodies, and educational institutions in the fields of architecture, housing, town planning, urban regeneration and environmental conservation. Since the book is based on a substantial amou 
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Different types of traps and methods of trapping are only viable within a set of values about the use of the countryside and its management. In the changing countryside of the new century Rural Reflections brings the subject up to date. 
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In this brand new edition, Carol Craig further exposes Scots’ attitutes to and predeliction for negativity. She offers a refreshingly different analysis of the big themes of Scottish culture. Already a successful book, reflecting Scotland’s changed politi 
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Tartan Pimps examines the writers, thinkers and analysts that have fed, nurtured or scorched a distinct Scottish political identity. 
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This book describes the dominance of materalist values in all our lives and how this is leading to a loss of individual and collective wellbeing. It also outlines where these ideas are coming from and the action we need to take to gain a better balance i 
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A father and son go on a week long journey round Scotland to see at first hand some of the great environmental, social, employment and regeneration projects which are happening round the country. From Dunbar in the south east of Scotland to Knoydart in 
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At Hogmanay in 2004 there was a huge street party in the West Highland village of Kyle of Lochalsh. Across the water in the Isle of Skye village of Kyleakin there was similar celebration. Many hundreds joined the party and the fireworks display from both 
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Carol Craig subjects Glasgow's post-industrial image to a long-overdue scrutiny. The city's motto rings out 'Let Glasgow Flourish' yet this book powerfully shows that many citizens languish as a result of mental ill-health, physical illness, deprivation, 
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Information on the long and varied relationship between Islam and Scotland that began as early as the seventh century is non-existent. The Thistle and the Crescent has been written to fill this gap. 
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Scots Crisis of Confidence, The - CAROL CRAIG

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Scots Crisis of Confidence, The - CAROL CRAIG

In this brand new edition, Carol Craig further exposes Scots’ attitutes to and predeliction for negativity. She offers a refreshingly different analysis of the big themes of Scottish culture. Already a successful book, reflecting Scotland’s changed politi

Fags Booze Drugs + Children

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Fags Booze Drugs + Children

The aim of this book is to inform, educate and empower parents or carers of children and young people, about how drugs have the potential to damage their health and wellbeing. Many adults are particularly worried about the use of drugs by teenagers, and s

The Tears that Made the Clyde - Carol Craig

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The Tears that Made the Clyde - Carol Craig

Carol Craig subjects Glasgow's post-industrial image to a long-overdue scrutiny. The city's motto rings out 'Let Glasgow Flourish' yet this book powerfully shows that many citizens languish as a result of mental ill-health, physical illness, deprivation,

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