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  1. Japanese Flag

    Celebrating 50 Years of Japanese Studies at The University of Sheffield, 1963-2013

    We are delighted to be celebrating the golden jubilee of Japanese Studies at Sheffield University this year. To mark the occasion we are offering 20% discount off ALL of the 47 titles in the Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge series.

    Click here to view all the titles in the series. Simply enter the code GDC71 at checkout to receive your discount (offer available until 20th March 2013).

  2. Japan's IR

    New Title: Japan’s International Relations - Politics, Economics and Security

    'This book is a tour de force in its encyclopaedic range and in the uniformly outstanding quality of the writing by the four different contributors. It will serve as a ‘one-stop shop’ to understanding the major explanations and interpretations of Japan as an international actor.' Professor Aurelia George Mulgan, University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia

    Order your complimentary exam copy today by clicking here.

  3. Singapore TODAY

    Beware the Unintended Consequences

    Policymakers and political leaders in Singapore speak oftentimes about “mindsets” and the need to change them before policies can follow. They speak oftentimes, too, of existing “values” and “traditions” that policies must respect and speak to. This is an incomplete view of the relationship between policy and culture that overlooks and under-examines the influence of policy on culture.

    The author of Neoliberal Morality in Singapore discusses the unintended consequences of policymaking in an article for the Singapore TODAY.

  4. Featured Education Series:  February 2013

    Teacher Quality and School Development
    Series Editors: Christopher Day and Ann Lieberman

    The aim of this series is to bring together, disseminate and communicate original and authoritative experience and research which will "speak to" teachers, teacher educators, researchers, and other research user communities such as teacher associations, and policy making/implementation organizations.

  5. 20% Discount on “Seapower”

    We are pleased to offer a 20% discount on the paperback edition of Seapower: A Guide for the Twenty-First Century, 3rd Edition until the 31st of March.

  6. Reissued in November 2012, ‘Elitism’ is now available from Routledge Revivals

    In November of last year, the Routledge Revivals publishing program reissued the political text by G. Lowell Field and John Higley.

    The book presents an important critique of prevailing political doctrine in Western societies at a time of major change in circumstances of Western civilization. One of the authors, John Higley, talks to us here about role of the elite and the message within Elitism.

  7. Re-Reading the Salaryman

    Book Launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan

    Based on intensive interviews that author Romit Dasgupta carried out with young male private sector employees in Japan, Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan makes an important contribution to the study of masculinity and Japanese corporate culture. After having initially being launched at the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Biennial Conference, along with other titles in the Routledge/ASAA East Asia Series, the official launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan was held at The University of Western Australia, in Perth, Australia, on Monday 10 September 2012 in the University’s Institute of Advanced Studies.

  8. PLANETIZEN INTERVIEW with Vinayak Bharne about his new book The Emerging Asian City

    Read Planetizen interview here with Vinayak Bharne about his compelling new book, The Emerging Asian City

    Planetizen managing editor Jonathan Nettler spoke recently with the book’s creator and editor Vinayak Bharne - joint adjunct faculty at the Sol Price School of Public Policy and the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California, and Director of Design at Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists - about the genesis of the book, what defines Asian cities, and how planners need to alter their practices to engage with them.

    For more information about the book click here

  9. Richard III Dig Confirmation

    It has been confirmed by specialists at the University of Leicester that the bones found beneath a council parking lot in Leicester are that of King Richard III.

    Learn more with our biography of Richard III from the Routledge Historical Biographies series.

  10. February Focus: Teaching Education & Self Study

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