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  1. Routledge Education Authors of the Month, March:  Stephen Thornton & Bárbara Cruz

    The second edition of Cruz and Thornton’s Teaching Social Studies to English Language Learners is being published by Routledge this month.

    Dr. Bárbara C. Cruz is Professor of Secondary Education at the University of South Florida. Her teaching and research interests include the preparation of social studies teachers, diversity issues in education, and the teaching of Latin America and the Caribbean.

    Dr. Stephen J. Thornton is professor and chair of the Department of Secondary Education at the University of South Florida. Since his first days as a classroom teacher he has been intrigued by what happens to “official” curriculum in classrooms.

  2. Routledge Reference celebrate International Women’s Day – take a look at our feminism titles!

    8th March 2013 marks International Women’s Day. This global event celebrates the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.

  3. Internal Family Systems Therapy

    Internal family systems therapy, or IFS, is widely recognized as one of the most compassionate and comprehensive psychotherapies available. Its non-pathologizing approaches to behavior, consciousness, and personality have been adopted by clinicians around the world, but with the exception of Richard Schwartz’s foundational introductory text, few texts give clinicians the information they need on adapting the IFS framework to patients’ complex and diverse needs and circumstances. Internal Family Systems Therapy changes that. 

  4. It’s time to rethink your reading list. Our 2013 Anthropology catalog is now online!

    Why not take a moment to browse through our new catalog? You'll find all our new and upcoming books for 2013, as well as our key titles and some anthropological classics.

  5. Top Textbook: Creating Effective Community Partnerships for School Improvement

    Creating Effective Community Partnerships for School Improvement
    A Guide for School Leaders
    By Hazel Carter 

    To Be Published March 20th 2013 by Routledge – 216 pages

    Complimentary Exam Copy 

    Creating Effective Partnerships for School Improvement places the school within the community which is composed of a number of key players, including school leaders, classroom teachers, private foundations, higher education institutions, business and community based organizations, and government agencies. 

  6. Rationality and Pluralism

    New Series: World Library of Mental Health

    The World Library of Mental Health celebrates the important contributions to mental health made by leading experts in their individual fields. Each author has compiled a career-long collection of what they consider to be their finest pieces: extracts from books, journals, articles, major theoretical and practical contributions, and salient research findings.

  7. Do Funerals Matter?

    Do Funerals Matter? is a creative interweaving of historical, sociocultural, and research-based perspectives on death rituals, drawing from myriad sources to create a picture of what death rituals have been; and where, especially in the Western world, they are going. Death educators, researchers, counselors, clergy, funeral-service professionals, and others will appreciate the book’s theory- and research-based approach to the ways in which different cultural groups memorialize their dead. 

  8. Environmental Regulation and Public Disclosure: The Case of PROPER in Indonesia

    This book is a remarkable case study of an environmental policy initiative for a national environmental regulatory system in the information age. The authors provide a multidisciplinary analysis of how the PROPER program harnessed the power of public disclosure to abate the problem of industrial pollution. The combination of institutional history and detailed economic and analyses sheds light on the role of policy entrepreneurs who laid the foundation for disclosure and transparency, despite the constraints of the Suharto regime. The PROPER program is now internationally recognized and continues to serve as a model for many developing countries. Read more...

  9. IWD

    International Women’s Day: March 8th 2013

    Every year on March 8th people all over the world celebrate Women's Day (originally known as International Working Women's Day).

    Why not take a look at our Routledge Research on Gender in Asia series?

  10. The Dark Side of Transformational Leadership

    Most research into leadership has presented leaders as heroic, charismatic and transformational ‘visionaries’. The leader, whether in business, politics or any other field, is the most important factor in determining whether organizations succeed or fail.

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