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  1. 5 Books for New Landscape Architecture Students

    Five books every new landscape student should have

    Representing Landscapes, Nadia Amoroso
    Landscape: Pattern, Perception and Process 2nd edition, Simon Bell
    Form and Fabric, Catherine Dee
    Meaning in Landscape Architecture and Gardens, Marc Treib
    Exploring the Boundaries of Landscape Architecture, Simon Bell, Ingrid Herlin, Richard Stiles


  2. Discourse in English Language Education Cover

    Discourse in English Language Education - Now Available

    'This text will be an important resource for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in applied linguistics, language education, and TESOL. It is a unique and welcome addition to the field.' - Jane Jackson, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Discourse in English Language Education introduces students to the major concepts and questions in Discourse Studies and their applications to language education. Each chapter draws on key research to examine critically a particular approach in the field, providing a review of important literature, examples to illustrate the principal issues concerned and an outline of the implications for their application to pedagogy.

  3. Translation Studies Handbook Jacket

    New Translation Studies Titles from Routledge

    Routledge English Language and Applied Linguistics is pleased to announce the publication of three new Translation Studies titles: The Routledge Handbook of Translation Studies, Translation in the Digital Age and Translation Changes Everything.

  4. Visual Attention and Consciousness

    Consciousness is perhaps one of the greatest mysteries in the universe. The systematic review of key topics and the multitude of perspectives make this book an ideal primary or ancillary text for graduate courses in perception, vision, consciousness, or philosophy of mind.

  5. Living within a Fair Share Ecological Footprint

    Edited by Robert Vale and Brenda Vale

    The way in which humanity is using the planet's resources is unsustainable. Based on quantified research, this book calculates a fair share ecological footprint and demonstrates how to live within it at minimal cost It is shown that a workable, practical change in behavior now will avoid very challenging problems in the future.

  6. Low Carbon Development

    Edited by Frauke Urban and Johan Nordensvärd

    This is the first comprehensive textbook to address the interface between international development and climate change in a carbon constrained world. It discusses the key conceptual, empirical and policy-related issues of low carbon development, taking an international and interdisciplinary approach to the subject by drawing on insights from across the sciences and social sciences whilst embedding the discussion in a global context. Find out more here.

  7. Fundamentals of Sustainable Development

    Review of Fundamentals of Sustainable Development

    Professor Nick Gray of Trinity College has reviewed Fundamentals of Sustainable Development, by Niko Roorda and posted it on his blog.

    He concludes: 'This is a colorful and intriguing textbook which I highly recommend. It is the sort of book you wish you had written yourself, but Niko Roorda has done just that and in the process added a remarkable edition to the sustainability library.'

    For the full review, click here!

  8. New 2nd edition of Criminology by Tim Newburn!

    The new, completely revised and updated 2nd edition of 'the bible of criminology' is now available!

    With new case studies, a full new chapter on Green Criminology, and a brand-new companion website, this is the essential introductory textbook to the field of criminology!

  9. Reconstructing Sustainability Science

    By Thaddeus Miller

    Sustainability science is an interdisciplinary, problem-driven field that seeks to address fundamental questions on human-environment interactions. This book repositions sustainability science as a "science of design"—that is, a normative science of what ought to be in order to achieve certain goals—rather than a science of what is. It develops a foundation for a sustainability science that is solutions-oriented, aiming to enrich public reasoning and deliberation while also working to generate social and technological innovations for a more sustainable future. It provides an essential understanding of the complex relationship between science, social change and the normative dimensions of sustainability.

  10. Urban Ecosystems

    By Robert A. Francis and Michael A. Chadwick

    With over half of the global human population living in urban regions, urban ecosystems may now represent the contemporary and future human environment. This book aims to review what is currently known about urban ecosystems in a short and approachable text that will serve as a key resource for teaching and learning related to the urban environment.

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