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  1. Routledge Major Works - Critical Concepts in Criminology

    The Critical Concepts in Criminology series includes a number of titles within the subject area of Crime and Criminal Justice. An area of interest with a fast expanding body of literature, titles within this series provide an authoritative look at some of the key areas of interest within Criminology. Edited and introduced by leading experts in the field, Routledge’s Major Works collections are designed to meet today’s research, reference, and teaching needs.

    In March next year, Routledge Major Works are proud to announce a new addition to the Critical Concepts in Criminology series. - Critical Criminology, edited by Walter DeKeseredy and Molly Dragiewicz.

    Why not recommend these collections to your Library today

  2. New Major Work Series - Critical Concepts in Architecture

    Edited and introduced by leading experts in the field, Routledge’s Major Works collections are designed to meet today’s research, reference, and teaching needs. These ‘mini libraries’ bring together canonical and cutting-edge scholarship to provide users with historical context as well as a thorough, broad overview of current issues and debates. In January 2014, Routledge Major Works will publish a new series called - Critical Concepts in Architecture. The first collections to publish in this new series will be:

    Why not recommend these collections to your Library today

  3. Routledge Major Works - Critical Concepts in Sociology

    The Routledge Critical Concepts in Sociology series provides concise, authoritative reprints of key articles in sociology, collecting the essential secondary literature on key subjects. Edited by acknowledged leaders in the field, each set puts the development of fundamental concepts into their historical context, and provides students and researchers with a clear snapshot of current thinking. Collections span a multitude of subject areas, including religion, multiculturalism and celebrity. This September and October, Routledge Major Works are publishing two new titles as part of the Critical Concepts in Sociology series. The books are:

    Why not recommend these collections to your Library today   



     

  4. Practising Social Inclusion

    Practising Social Inclusion presents what we know about what works, and why, in promoting social inclusion and practising in a socially inclusive way.

    Contributing to the growing debates on social inclusion, this book moves beyond discussion of who it is that is socially excluded and the processes of exclusion. It draws on research and reflective practice to answer the vital question of how to actually work towards inclusion and includes five sections looking at different arenas for practice: policy; program design; service delivery; community life; and research.

  5. Routledge Health and Social Care Arena - Now Online

    The Routledge Health and Social Care Arena is now online.  This new arena brings you the latest news, books and journals information, as well as detailing upcoming conferences where Routledge will be exhibiting.  Covering subjects including public health, sexuality, addiction and disability studies, as well as a special social work hub, this arena provides a useful resource for academics and professionals alike.

    Each month has a special theme, where a dedicated page shows all the latest news, journals and books in that subject area.

    To visit the Routledge Health and Social Care Arena, please visit: www.healthandsocialarena.com

  6. Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion

    Reissuing seminal works originally published between 1901 and 1991, Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion offers a selection of outstanding scholarship covering many aspects of philosophical enquiry into belief and faith.

  7. Halliday’s Introduction to Functional Grammar, 4th Edition

    "…an invaluable presentation of, and rationale for, the central descriptive apparatus of Halliday's systemic-functional grammar of English…essential reading for all students of English textual structure, teeming with insights." - Michael Toolan, University of Birmingham, UK

    Fully updated and revised, this 4th edition of Halliday's Introduction to Functional Grammar explains the principles of systemic functional grammar, enabling the reader to understand and apply them in any context. The standard reference text in the field; this book provides the ideal introduction for students and scholars interested in the relation between grammar, meaning and discourse. Read more.

    Follow this link if you are teaching and would like to request a complimentary exam copy to consider adopting for your course.

  8. Introducing Functional Grammar, 3rd Edition

    "...a most worthwhile introduction to systemic functional grammar and should be on the bookshelf of those working in the TESOL field." - Margaret Bade, NZSAL

    In this updated third edition, Geoff Thompson provides a user-friendly overview of the theoretical and practical aspects of the systemic functional grammar model. Based closely on the 4th edition of Halliday and Matthiessen's Introduction to Functional Grammar, this book is the essential entry guide to Hallidayan functional grammar. Read more.

    Follow this link if you are teaching and would like to request a complimentary exam copy to consider adopting for your course.

  9. Farmers’ Rights and Sustainable Development

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Regine Andersen and Tone Winge, editors of Realising Farmers' Rights to Crop Genetic Resources.

    With a new entry every fortnight, blog posts written by various Earthscan from Routledge authors will be displayed both on the Routledge website and on the Earthscan from Routledge Facebook page. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to voice your thoughts!

  10. The Justices and Injustices of Ecosystem Services

    The implications for justice and injustice have rarely been explored in reference to ecosystem services. This book argues that environmental management can neither be separated from justice concerns, as conservationists like to believe, nor is it in fundamental opposition to justice, as critics like to put it.

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