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    Miriam David discusses the reissue of ‘The State, the Family and Education’

    Thirty-five years after initial publication we are thrilled to announce the reissue of The State, the Family and Education as part of the Routledge Revivals series. Here, Miriam David discusses her work in relation to the changes that have occurred in feminist research since first publication.

  2. A New Major Work - Intercultural Communication

    Build your library collection with Intercultural Communication, edited by Richard J. Crisp. As research in and around intercultural communication burgeons as never before, this new four-volume collection from Routledge’s acclaimed Critical Concepts in Psychology series meets the need for an authoritative reference work to make sense of a rapidly growing and ever more complex corpus of literature. Read more...
     

  3. The Obsolescence of Physical Places? ‘A Geography of the Lifeworld’ in Retrospect

    Read our new blog post by David Seamon.

  4. Marc Christensen discusses the reissue of Herbert Read: A Memorial Symposium

    For this symposium, first issued in 1969 as the ninth number of The Malahat Review, Professor Skelton has gathered together original essays, poems and drawings which illustrate many aspects of Sir Herbert Read’s life and work. Here Marc Christensen discusses the reissue of the collection.

  5. Awarded Outstanding Academic Title for 2014 by CHOICE Reviews - The Rise of Critical Animal Studies

    "Indispensable for anyone concerned with how badly humans treat each other, other animals, and the environment. Summing Up: Essential" - P. Beirne, University of Southern Maine for CHOICE

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  6. Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - City Halls and Civic Materialism

    "Contributors offer valuable discussion of the post–WW II German Rathaus as an attempt to deal with an "uncertain" national identity and provide a good examination of architecture in the service of Mussolini’s Fascist state. A welcome global approach that features material on Bombay, Jakarta, Mexico, and Korea is revealing, especially on the influence of colonialism; however, more could have been said about sources of indigenous, pre-European civic engagement. Endnotes and numerous, adequate, black-and-white illustrations are provided but no bibliography. Although this volume shows the inevitable fragmentation typical of such an enterprise, the attention to unfamiliar themes and innovative approaches means that this book will interest serious students of civic architecture.Summing Up: Recommended" --W. S. Rodner, Tidewater Community Colleg, CHOICE Reviews, January 2015 

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  7. Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - Rethinking Drug Use in Sport

    "The text is well written, and the authors' position is well developed and supported. The book will be useful for a wide range of behavioral health students and professionals. Summing Up: Recommended," -G. A. Blevins, Governors State University, CHOICE Reviews, January 2015

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  8. Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - Voices from American Prisons

    'Heretofore, 'voices' from US prisons were usually angry men (white and black) who had axes to grind with whomever they blamed for their imprisonment. It is, therefore, refreshing to see in this small volume by sociologist Stern (Harvard) not angry voices, but rather uplifting, spiritual, and deeply thoughtful words examining the humanity of men and women locked up inside of the many prisons across the US... The author's epilogue explains that education programs alone will not end the inhumanity of punishment, nor will it end mass incarceration. Stern is an advocate of the Project Half initiative, which she believes can offer cost-effective policies that will eventually end both incarceration and recidivism... Especially for graduate students in sociology, criminology and social work, and criminal justice professionals working to rehabilitate prisoners. Summing Up: Recommended' - Earl Smith, Professor Emeritus of Sociology,Wake Forest University, Choice Reviews, January 2015

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  9. Highly Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - Gun Crime in Global Contexts

    'Synthesizing five communities of academic interpretation in the gun proliferation and violence debate - criminology of gun violence, conflict studies of failed states, studies of weapon proliferation or trade, ethnography of violence and peacemaking, and the inter/national politics of gun control - Squires concludes that the metaphor of the authoritarian Western game of chance - rock, paper, scissors - may be used to illustrate the concept of the separation of unequal powers in liberal democracies that permit the hegemony of the powerful gun lobby, despite overwhelming evidence that the gun is a defective product that does more harm than good to the social contract...Highly recommended.' - Onwubiko Agozino, Professor of Sociology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, CHOICE Reviews, January 2015.

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  10. Awarded Outstanding Academic Title for 2014 by CHOICE Reviews - Water Ethics

    "This remarkable work explores the normative value foundations of water management… Summing Up: Essential. Natural resource and environmental studies collections, upper-division undergraduate through professional." – B.F. Hope, California State University, in Choice (Current Reviews for Academic Libraries), March 2014.

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