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The Alumni Way: Building Lifelong Value from Your University Investment

Gallo, Maria L. (KITE, The Alumni Way Ac
Reimagining the alumni-university relationship, Maria Gallo explores graduates' alumni status as a gateway to immense professional and personal networks and opportunities.

Housing Shock: The Irish Housing Crisis and How to Solve It

Hearne, Rory (Maynooth University)
Hearne contextualises the Irish housing crisis within its broader global context and examines its origins in terms of the extension of neoliberalism, marketisation and financialisation in housing. Using real voices and stories, he shows how the crisis is having profound impacts on equality, wellbeing and health.

Experiences In Researching Conflict And Violence: Fieldwork Interrupted

Heathershaw, John (University of Exeter)
This collection explores the roles of emotion, violence, uncertainty, identity and positionality in doing research in and on conflict zones, as well as the complexity of methodological choices. It presents a nuanced view of conflict research that addresses the uncomfortable spaces of conflict research and the need for reflection on these issues.

Slow Computing: Why We Need Balance

Kitchin, Rob (Maynooth University)
Is it possible to experience the joy and benefits of computing in a way that asserts individual and collective autonomy? Drawing on the ideas of the 'slow movement', Slow Computing sets out numerous practical and political means to take back control and counter the more pernicious effects of living digital lives.

Creating an Ecosocial Welfare Future

Murphy, Mary P. (Maynooth University)
A uniquely hybrid approach to welfare state policy, ecological sustainability and social transformation, this book explores transformative models of welfare change. Using Ireland as a case study, it addresses the institutional adaptations needed to move towards a sustainable welfare state.

Understanding Brexit: A Concise Introduction

Oliver, Tim
Provides a concise introduction to the past, present and future of one of the most important and controversial topics in modern British politics, setting out in a clear and accessible way many of the fundamentals for understanding why Britain voted to leave the European Union and what happens next.

Working in the Context of Austerity: Challenges and Struggles

Rubery, Jill (Manchester Management Scho
Drawing on a range of perspectives, this international collection goes beyond a sole focus on public sector work to uniquely cover the impact of austerity on work across the private, public and voluntary spheres.

Ageing Through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland

Walsh, Kieran (Irish Centre for Social G
A carefully crafted study of ageing in Ireland, one of the countries hardest hit by the Eurozone financial crisis, presenting a critical analysis of ageing and social policy in a country under tight austerity measures.