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  1. Featured Book: International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology

    New in paperback!

    The International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology is the first book to offer comprehensive coverage of the most important topics in Economic Sociology, one of the most rapidly growing areas of the social sciences.

  2. Featured Book: Unintended Outcomes of Social Movements

    In Unintended Outcomes in Social Movements, Fang Deng (Bridgewater State College) applies the formal methods of game theory to understand some of the contingent, strategic decision-making by both sidesduring the 1989 confrontation in Tiananmen Square.

    Recommend this book to a librarian.

  3. Featured Author, October 2011: June Purvis

    Our author of the month, June Purvis, is leading a discussion on women's suffrage at The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival in October. Find out more here...

  4. Book of the Month for September: Routledge Library Editions: Jane Austen

    Now Available!

    Jane Austen remains one of the most semninal and influential figures in the history of the novel, whose works continue to be enjoyed throughout the world.

  5. Routledge Library Editions: Education 2011 Online Catalog goes live!

    I am pleased to announce the final details for our extensive 244 Volume Routledge Library Editions: Education collection.

  6. Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides? Book of the Month, October 2011

    Sheldon Ekland-Olson's Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides? is about the contentious issues of our time: abortion, neonatal care, assisted dying, and capital punishment. Rather than advocating a particular position, this book helps students to become reflective thinkers and to develop personal ethics.

    Request your complimentary exam copy today!

  7. Featured Book: Design Economies and the Changing World Economy

    Design Economies and the Changing World Economy provides the first comprehensive account of the relationship between innovation, design, corporate competitiveness, and place.

    Recommend this book to a librarian.

  8. Featured Book: Stillness in a Mobile World

    This edited collection uses Deleuze, Bergson, Barthes and Beckett, among others, to illuminate the conceptual, political, and philosophical importance of stillness in today's world.

    Recommend this book to a librarian.

  9. Featured Book: An Introduction to the Geography of Health

    Incorporating both theoretical and methodological approaches, An Introduction to the Geography of Health provides an accessible introduction to the growing field of Health Geography. With a companion website, global case studies, suggestions for further reading, and over eighty diagrams and figures, this clearly written and well-organized book is essential reading for undergraduate students interested in Geography, Health, or Development Studies.

    Request your complimentary examination copy today!
     

  10. Michele Hilmes, Author of the Month, October 2011

    Michele Hilmes is Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently at work, with co-editor Jason Loviglio, on Radio’s New Wave: Audio in the Digital Age (Routledge 2013), an edited volume that explores the ways that digital technology has changed the ways we experience and study radio. 

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