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All that is solid melts into air : the experience of modernity. by Berman, Marshall Publication: New York,London etc Penguin Books Ltd. 1988 . 383p. Holdings: CEPT Library (909.82 BER) .
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All that is solid melts into air : the experience of modernity. by Berman, Marshall Publication: London,New York etc Verso 1983 . 384p. Holdings: CEPT Library (909.82 BER) .
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Capitalism and freedom. by Friedman, Milton Publication: London Uni. of Chicago Press 1964 . 202p. Holdings: CEPT Library (330.122 FRI) .
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Civilization by Ferguson, Niall Publication: London Penguin books 2012 . xxx,402p. Holdings: CEPT Library (909 FER ) , CEPT Library (909 FER) .
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Civilizing process by Elias, Norbert Publication: Blackwell Publishing 2000 . xviii,565p. Holdings: CEPT Library (909 ELI) .
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Civilizing process by Elias, N. Publication: Malden Blackwell Publishing 2000 . xviii,567p. , CONTENTS Preface ix Acknowledgements to the English Translation xvi Editors' Note to the Revised Translation xvii VOLUME I: CHANGES IN THE BEHAVIOUR OF THE SECULAR UPPER CLASSES IN THE WEST PART ONE ON THE SOCIOGENESIS OF THE CONCEPTS OF "CIVILIZATION" AND "CULTURE" 3 1.Sociogenesis of the Antithesis between Kultur and Civilisation in German Usage I.Introduction 5 IIThe Development of the Antithesis between Kultur and Zivilisation 9 III Examples of Courtly Attitudes in Germany 1 1 IVThe Middle Class and the Court Nobility in Germany 15 V Literary Examples of the Relationship of the German Middle-Class Intelligentsia to the Court 20 VIThe Recession of the Social Element and the Advance of the National Element in the Antithesis between Kultur and Zivilization 26 2 Sociogenesis of the Concept of Civilisation in France 31 I Introduction 31 II Sociogenesis of Physiocratism and the French Reform Movement 35 PART TWO CIVILIZATION AS A SPECIFIC TRANSFORMATION OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR 45 I The History of the Concept of Civilite 47 II On Medieval Manners 52 III The Problem of the Change in Behaviour during the Renaissance 60 IV On Behaviour at Table 72 Examples 72 (a) Representing upper-class behaviour in fairly pure form 72 (b) From books addressed to wider bourgeois strata 80 Comments on the Quotations on Table Manners 85 Group 1: An Overview of the Societies to which the Texts were Addressed 85 Excursus on the Rise and Decline of the Concepts of Courtoisie and Civilite ' 87 A Review of the Curve Marking the "Civilizing" of Eating Habits 89 Excursus on the Modelling of Speech at Court 92 Reasons Given by People for Distinguishing between "Good" and "Bad" Behaviour 97 Group 2: On the Eating of Meat 99 Use of the Knife at Table 103 On the Use of the Fork at Table 107 V Changes in Attitudes towards the Natural Functions 109 Examples 109 Some Remarks on the Examples and on these Changes in General - 114 VI On Blowing One's Nose 121 Examples 121 Comments on the Quotations on Nose-Blowing 1 126 VII On Spitting T ' 129 Examples I, 129 Comments on the Quotations on Spitting 132 VIII On Behaviour in the Bedroom 136 Examples 136 Comments on the Examples . 138 IX Changes in Attitudes towards the Relations >b*t*een Men and Women 142 X On Changes in Aggressiveness 161 XI Scenes from the Life of a Knight 172 VOLUME II: STATE FORMATION AND CIVILIZATION 183 PART THREE FEUDALIZATION AND STATE FORMATION 185 Introduction 187 I Survey of Courtly Society 187 II A Prospective Glance at the Sociogenesis of Absolutism 191 1 Dynamics of Feudalization 195 I Introduction 195 II Centralizing and Decentralizing Forces in the Medieval Power Figuration 197 III The Increase in Population after the Great Migration 208 IV Some Observations on the Sociogenesis of the Crusades 214 V The Internal Expansion of Society: The Formation of New Social Organs and Instruments 220 VI Some New Elements in the Structure of Medieval Society as Compared with Antiquity 225 VII On the Sociogenesis of Feudalism 230 VIII On the Sociogenesis of Minnesang and Courtly Forms of Conduct 236 2 On the Sociogenesis of the State 257 I The First Stage of the Rising Monarchy: Competition and Monopolization within a Territorial Framework 257 Excursus on Some Differences in the Paths of Development of England, France and Germany 261 On the Monopoly Mechanism 268 Early Struggles within the Framework of the Kingdom 277 The Resurgence of Centrifugal Tendencies: The Figuration of the Competing Princes 289 The Last Stages of the Free Competitive Struggle and Establishment of the Final Monopoly of the Victor 303 VII The Power Balance within the Unit of Rule: Its Significance for the Central Authority-the Formation of the "Royal Mechanism" 312 VIII On the Sociogenesis of the Monopoly of Taxation 344 PART FOUR SYNOPSIS: TOWARDS A THEORY OF f X I CIVILIZING PROCESSES 363 I Social Constraint towards Self-Constraint 365 II Spread of the Pressure for Foresight and Self-Constraint 379 III Diminishing Contrasts, Increasing Varieties 382 IV The Courtization of the Warriors ' 387 V The Muting of Drives: Psychologization and Rationalization 397 VI Shame and Repugnance 414 VII Increasing Constraints on the Upper Class: Increasing Pressure from Below 421 VIII Conclusion 436 POSTSCRIPT (1968) 449 APPENDICES 485 I Foreign Language Originals of the Exemplary Extracts and Verses 487 II Plates from Das Mittelalterliche Hausbuch ' 511 NOTES 517 INDEX 555 Holdings: CEPT Library (909 ELI) .
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Conjectures and refutations by Popper, Karl Publication: London Routledge 2010 . xvi,582,ivp. Holdings: CEPT Library (121.5 POP) , CEPT Library ( 121.5 POP ) .
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Development as freedom by Sen, Amartya Publication: Madras,Singapore etc Oxford Uni. Press 2011 . xvi,366p. , CONTENTS List of Illustrations ix Preface xi Acknowledgments xv Introduction : Development as freedom 3 1.The Perspective of Freedom 13 2.The ends and the Means of Development35 3.Freedom and the foundations of Justice 54 4.Poverty as capability Deprivation 87 5.Markets, states and Social Opportunity 111 6.The Importance of Democracy 146 7.Famines and other Crises160 8.Women's Agency and Social Change 189 9.Population food and Freedom 204 10.Culture and Human Rights227 11.Social Change and Individual Behavior 249 12.Individual Freedom as a Social Commitment 282 Notes 299 Index 353 Holdings: CEPT Library (338.954 SEN) .
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Ecology and equity by Gadgil, Madhav Publication: Haryana Penguin Books India Pvt. Ltd. 2014 . xi,213p. Holdings: CEPT Library (574.50954 GAD) .
Ecology and equity : the use and abuse of nature in contemporary India. by Gadgil, Madhav Publication: New Delhi Penguin Books India (P) Ltd. 1995 . xi, 219p. Holdings: CEPT Library (574.50954 GAD ) .
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Elements of style by Strunk, William Publication: Boston Pearson Education 2000 . xviii,105p. Holdings: CEPT Library (808.066 STR) .
Elite and everyman : the cultural politics of the Indian middle classes by Baviskar, Amita Ed Publication: New Delhi Routledge 2011 . xii,468p. , CONTENTS List of Abbreviations vii Glossary ix Acknowledgements xi 1. Introduction 1 Amita Baviskar and Raka Ray Who are the middle classes? Economy, politics and history 2. The Growth and Sectoral Composition of India's Middle Classes: Their Impact on the Politics of Economic Liberalization 27 E. Sridharan 3. Hegemony and Inequality: Theoretical Reflections on India's 'New' Middle Class 58 Leela Fernandcs 4. The Spectre of Comparisons: Studying the Middle Class of Colonial India 83 San jay Joshi 5. From Landed Class to Middle Class: Rajput Adaptation in Rajasthan 108 Sitsannc Hoebcr Rudolph and Lloyd I. Rudolph 6. Are Rich Rural Jats Middle-class? 140 Roger Jeff cry Pairicia Jeff cry and Craig Jeffrey Being and becoming middle-class: Work, domesticity and consumption 7. Software and the 'New' Middle Class in the New India 167 Carol Upadhy 8.Gender, the IT Revolution and the Making of a Middle-class India 193 Smitha Radhakrishnan 9. The Middle-class Child: Ruminations on Failure 220 Nita Kumar 10. The Middle Classes at Home 246 Seemin Qayum and Raka Ray 11. The Sexual Character of the Indian Middle Class: Sex Surveys, Past and Present 271 Patricia Uberoi 12. Privatization, Profit and the Public: The Consequences of Neoliberal Reforms Working Live 300 Riickim Ganguly-Scrase and Timothy J. Scmse Middle-class politics, citizenship and the public sphere 13. The Obscenity of Censorship: Rethinking a Middle-class Technology 327 William Mazzarella 14. Urban Spaces, Disney-divinity and the Moral Middle Classes in Delhi 364 Sanjay Srivastava 15. Cows, Cars and Cycle-rickshaws: Bourgeois Environmentalists and the Battle for Delhi's Streets 391 Ainita Baviskar Bibliography 4 19 About th.e Editors 451 Notes on Contributors 453 Index 459 Holdings: CEPT Library (305.550954 BAV ) .
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Environmentalism of the poor : a study of ecological conflicts and valuation. by Martinez-Alier, Joan Publication: Madras,Singapore etc Oxford Uni. Press 2005 . xxix,312p. Holdings: CEPT Library (333.7 MAR ) .
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Euthanaisa by Tulloch, Gail Publication: Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press 2005 . xi,158p. Holdings: CEPT Library (344.04197 TUL ) , CEPT Library (344.04197 TUL) .
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Hidden persuaders by Packard, Vance Publication: New York Ig Publishing 2007 . 240p. Holdings: CEPT Library (659.1019 PAC) , CEPT Library (659.1019 PAC) .
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House by Kidder, Tracy Publication: Boston Mariner Book 1999 . v,341,ivp. Holdings: CEPT Library (690.8 KID) , CEPT Library (690.8 KID) .
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Imperial vision : Indian architecture and Britain's raj. by Metcalf, Thomas R. Publication: Electa,London etc Faber & Faber 1989 . xiv, 302p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.954 MET) .
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Just city by Fainstein, S. Publication: Ithaca Cornell University Press 2010 . xi,212p. Holdings: CEPT Library (307.76 FAI) .
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Poor economics by Banerjee, Abhijit V. Publication: Uttar Pradesh Randam House Pub. India Pvt. Ltd. 2013 . xv,442p. , CONTENTS Foreword ix 1 Think Again, Again 1 Part I: Private Lives 2 A Billion Hungry People? 27 3 Low-Hanging Fruit for Better (Global) Health? 61 4 Top of the Class 107 5 Pak Sudarno s Big Family 155 Part II: Institutions 6 Barefoot Hedge-Fund Managers 197 7 The Men from Kabul and the Eunuchs of India: The (Not So) Simple Economics of Lending to the Poor 231 8 Saving Brick by Brick 269 9 Reluctant Entrepreneurs 301 10 Policies, Politics 345 In Place of a Sweeping Conclusion 393 Acknowledgements 403 Notes 405 Index 431 Holdings: CEPT Library (362.5 BAN) .
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Power of habit by Duhigg, Charles Publication: London Random House Books 2013 . xx,371p. , CONTENT PROLOGUE The Habit Cure xi PART ONE The Habits of Individuals 1. THE HABIT LOOP How Habits Work 3 2. THE CRAVING BRAIN How to Create New Habits 3 1 3. THE GOLDEN RULE OF HABIT CHANGE Why Transformation Occurs 60 PART TWO The Habits of Successful Organizations 4. KEYSTONE HABITS, OR THE BALLAD OF PAUL O'NEILL Which Habits Matter Most 97 5. STARBUCKS AND THE HABIT OF SUCCESS When Willpower Becomes Automatic 1 27 6. THE POWER OF A CRISIS How Leaders Create Habits Through Accident and Design 1 54 7. HOW TARGET KNOWS WHAT YOU WANT BEFORE YOU DO When Companies Predict (and Manipulate) Habits 182 PART THREE The Habits of Societies 8. SADDLEBACK CHURCH AND THE MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT How Movements Happen 215 9. THE NEUROLOGY OF FREE WILL Are We Responsible for Our Habits? 245 APPENDIX A Reader's Guide to Using These Ideas 275 Acknowledgments 287 A Note on Sources 291 Notes 293 Index 355 Holdings: CEPT Library (158.1 DUH) , CEPT Library (158.1 DUH) .
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