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Come and see us at the BSA conference


Routledge Books and Journals will be attending the British Sociological Association (BSA) 2012 Annual Conference at the University of Leeds in the UK from April 11–13, 2012.

Visit us at booths 14,15,16 to receive a 20% discount off all titles on display!

See the latest in our scholarly research, order complimentary copies of our leading textbooks, or talk to us about publishing opportunities with Routledge. We will have some fantastic titles on display to show you this year as well as showcasing our Shortcuts series titles and our latest leading Handbooks.

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