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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

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  1. End of Summer Term Promotion

    Discover the key series to help support your own research. All books from three specially selected series are now on offer at 20% discount. Take advantage before 31 july 2014.

  2. Free to View Language Learning Titles for June Only!

    Routledge is committed to ensuring that valuable research from the past is available in the newest and most accessible formats. As part of this commitment, we have digitized over 15,000 of our older titles that were previously only available in print. These titles span a century of research across the social sciences and humanities, and we are delighted to have made over 6,000 of them freely available to view during the month of June.

  3. A Century of Knowledge Catalog

    Free to View Linguistics Titles for June Only!

    Routledge is committed to ensuring that valuable research from the past is available in the newest and most accessible formats. As part of this commitment, we have digitized over 15,000 of our older titles that were previously only available in print. These titles span a century of research across the social sciences and humanities, and we are delighted to have made over 6,000 of them freely available to view during the month of June.
     

  4. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice

    Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice offers the very best in research on criminal justice systems around the world, offering fresh insights on a range of topics in criminal procedure, including policing, prisons, courts, youth justice, community measures, rehabilitation, victimology and forensics science.

    Just click on this link to view the 13 new titles publishing this year

  5. Hundreds of Museum and Heritage Studies titles free-to-view in June!

    Routledge is committed to ensuring that valuable research from the past is available in the newest and most accessible formats. As part of this commitment, we have digitized over 15,000 of our older titles that were previously only available in print. These titles span a century of research across the social sciences and humanities, and we are delighted to have made over 6,000 of them freely available to view during the month of June.


    Featuring some of our most popular titles from the last thirty years, our Museum and Heritage studies free-to-view collection covers everything from Collecting Cultures to Issues in Heritage Management.

    Click here to explore the full collection and start reading!

     

  6. Prostitution in the Community

    Attitudes, Action and Resistance
    By Sarah Kingston

    This book aims to examine current literature on the impacts of prostitution in residential areas and considers how different policy approaches employed by the police and local authorities have mediated and shaped the nature of sex work in different communities. It explores what communities think about prostitution and those involved, as well as studies the techniques and strategies communities have utilized to take action against prostitution in their neighbourhoods... Read more...

  7. Intimate Economies of Development

    Mobility, Sexuality and Health in Asia
    By Chris Lyttleton

    Aspirations, desires, opportunism and exploitation are seldom considered as fundamental elements of donor-driven development as it impacts on the lives of people in poor countries. Yet, alongside structural interventions, emotional or affective engagements are central to processes of social change and the making of selves for those caught up in development’s slipstream... Read more...

  8. The Economics of Innovation and Technology

    The Economics of Technology and Innovation

    This June, Routledge Economics and Journals will be offering free access to articles and titles from The Economics of Technology and Innovation to the public. Take a look to see what we have in store for you!   

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    Learning about Emotions in Illness – Editors’ Q&A

    Learning about Emotions in Illness discusses two different teaching approaches developed at University College London to help medical students understand the role of emotions in illness, communicate more effectively, and gain a deeper understanding of the doctor–patient relationship. The book's editors, Peter Shoenberg and Jessica Yakeley, kindly agreed to participate in a Q&A in which they elaborate on the ideas presented in their book.

  10. Peirce’s Account of Purposefulness: A Kantian Perspective

    "Gava offers a nuanced and strenuously argued defense for reading Peirce through a transcendental lens. This is an original study that will act as a rallying point for this school of interpreters – and a large target for its rivals." -- Vincent Colapietro, Pennsylvania State University

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