Sunday, 03 March 2013 20:59

New Book Release: The Kpim of Social Order: A Season of Inquiry

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We announce with deep excitement the press release of our New Book entitled: The Kpim of Social Order: A Season of Inquiry, Meaning and Significance in the Modern World. Published by Xlibris Publishing Corporation, USA. Detailed in 678 pages and organized in 40 chapters. Edited by three professors, beautifully designed and easy to read. Copies are available through local bookstore's order desk or at these Online bookstores: www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.xlibris.com or by phone at 1-888-795-4274 ext. 7879.

By reading this crisscrossing brilliant book, The Kpim of Social Order, you will learn more about what it means to shape order from disorder; sustain interest and the culture of compromise to serve people and society. It is the central key or kpim, the core of an issue that makes governments and people cohere to build a good community that the book sought out the triggers and solutions through philosophical, psychological, historical, religious and cultural questioning and answers. It will make for a good read and as a gift to institutions, agencies, schools and friends.       

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Patrick Iroegbu Ph.D

Patrick Iroegbu is a Social and Cultural (Medical) Anthropologist and lectures Anthropology in Canada. He is the author of Marrying Wealth, Marrying Poverty: Gender and Bridewealth Power in a Changing African Society: The Igbo of Nigeria (2007). He equally co-ordinates the Kpim Book Series Project of Father-Prof. Pantaleon Foundation based at Owerri, Nigeria. Research interests include gender and development, migration, race and ethnic relation issues, as well as Igbo Medicine, Social Mental Health and Cultural Studies.

Website: www.igbomedicine.webs.com