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  1. Free-to-View in August: Psychology and Mental Health

    Free to View in August: Eating Disorders

    Don't miss out on the opportunity to view a selection of Eating Disorders titles free until the end of August 2014!  

  2. Free-to-View in August: Psychology and Mental Health

    Don’t Miss Out! Free to read Work and Organizational Psychology books throughout August!

    Routledge has compiled a collection of books on Work and Organizational Psychology for which we're thrilled to offer free full-text previews until the end of August!

  3. The Future of Events & Festivals

    By Ian Yeoman, Martin Robertson, Una McMahon–Beattie, Karen A. Smith and Elisa Backer

    The Future of Events & Festivals is the first book to take a systematic and pattern-based approach to understanding the future of events and the likely trends for events and festivals.

    Click here to read more.

  4. Victims of Crime and Restorative Justice

    Routledge is pleased to bring you a collection of books and open journal articles relating to victims of crime and restorative justice. 

    Whether you're looking for the perfect book for your students, new research in the field or reference texts we have the full range for you.

    How do you view this content? Just click on the banner below to access Editor's Choice Articles from the Victims & Offenders journal and browse below the banner for our selected range of relevant Routledge books.

  5. Interview with Michael D. Dixon, author of Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Corinth, 338-196 BC

    Michael D. Dixon, author of Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Corinth, 338-196 BC, recently answered some questions for us on his research into the world Hellenistic Corinth and the suprising relationship between the the Corinthians and Macedonians.  

    Click here to read the full interview!

  6. Media, Art, & Culture: Free-to-View

    Media, Art, & Culture Titles: Free-to-View

    Over 200 books from Routledge and Focal Press are freely available to view during the month of August. Simply click on the book you would like to read - then click on the "View inside this book" button on the book's page and become a master in your field today!

    Loved the book and want to read more? Receive 20% discount on your order of the print version with discount code FTV14 until September 15th.

    Click here to view the full range of titles

  7. Authors of the Month August 2014: Nancy L. Leech, Karen C. Barrett, and George A. Morgan

    Nancy L. Leech, Karen C. Barrett, and George A. Morgan , co-authors of IBM SPSS for Intermediate Statistics, Fifth Edition, are the Psychology Press Authors of the Month for August 2014. Nancy L. Leech is a Professor in the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver. Karen C. Barrett is a Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University. George A. Morgan is an Emeritus Professor of Education and Human Development at Colorado State University. 

  8. Back to School with Routledge Eye On Education

    The new school year is here! Be prepared and stock up on the latest Routledge Eye On Education titles!

    We're offering 20% off all titles* through September 15th.

  9. Author Niall Christie on what we can learn from the Crusades

    Niall Christie, author of Muslims and Crusaders: Christianity’s Wars in the Middle East, 1095-1382, from the Islamic Sourcesexplores the oftentimes-ignored friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims during the Crusades, and answers a few questions about his research. Click here to read the full article and interview.  

  10. Misunderstanding the Internet

    Understanding Net Neutrality: A Q&A with Des Freedman

    We sat down with Routledge author Des Freedman to talk about net neutrality. Read more to find out what Des has to say about Internet regulation, ISPs, and what it all means for the future of the web.

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