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  1. New Books in August 2013!

    Read on to browse all of our new books publishing this month...

  2. Water Tech

    Investors not only drive innovation through direct investment in new technologies but also by highlighting risk and driving reporting and disclosure within the business community. Water Tech highlights the business drivers to address water related issues. The authors show how we are only now capturing the true cost of water and this is creating opportunities for investors in the water sector.

  3. Refurbishment and Renovation Catalog Now Online

    Our new Refurbishment and Renovation 2013-2014 online catalog is now online and available to browse.

  4. Ruth Rentschler Discusses New Research Series

    We are delighted to announce Routledge Research in Creative and Cultural Industries Management, a new forum for the publication of original book-length research in cultural and creative industries, from a management perspective.

    The series aims to chart developments in contemporary cultural and creative industries management around the world, shaping future agendas, expanding cultural and creative industries significance and their management in a globalized world. 

    Want to know more?

    Series Editor, Professor Ruth Rentschler OAM, Chair Academic Board and Chair and Professor in Arts and Entertainment Management, Deakin University, Australia, answers our questions!

  5. The Student’s Guide to Social Neuroscience

    August 2013: Congratulations to Jamie Ward! The Student's Guide to Social Neuroscience has been shortlisted in the Textbook category of the British Psychological Society's 2013 Book Award! The first book of its kind, this engaging and cutting-edge text is an ideal introduction to the methods and concepts of social neuroscience for undergraduate and postgraduate students in fields such as psychology and neuroscience.

  6. Congratulations to Claire Hughes and Jamie Ward!

    Psychology Press authors Claire Hughes and Jamie Ward have been shortlisted for the BPS Book Award 2013. Claire Hughes' text, Social Understanding and Social Lives, has been shortlisted in the Academic Monograph category and Jamie Ward's book, The Student's Guide to Social Neuroscience, has been shortlisted in the Textbook category.

  7. Exploring Language Pedagogy through Second Language Acquisition Research

    August Series of the Month:  Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics

    Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics is a series of introductory level textbooks covering the core topics in Applied Linguistics, primarily designed for those beginning postgraduate studies, or taking an introductory MA course as well as advanced undergraduates. Titles in the series are also ideal for language professionals returning to academic study.

    Enter the discount code AGB13 to get 20% discount on this series throughout August.

  8. Transboundary Water Management and the Climate Change Debate

    Transboundary Water Management institutions must be able to adapt and develop effective response mechanisms to the climate change debate, as distinct from the physical phenomenon of climate change. This book presents a framework for increased understanding and resilience in these institutions based on analysis of their responses. Conclusions and recommendations are drawn through five case studies from around the world.

  9. Sea Change: Failed Promises in the Common Fisheries Policy

    Liza Griffin, author of Good Governance, Scale and Power, explores the reforms of the EU-led Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). These reforms have been designed to embody the principles of ‘good governance’. Read Griffin's re-examination of those reforms in the light of 2013 reforms currently being mooted amongst European leaders.

  10. Four Degrees of Global Warming

    Climate scientists agree that there will be average global warming of around 4 degrees by 2100, and between 6 and 12 degrees in centuries thereafter. This comprehensive book outlines the expected consequences of this 'Four Degree World' for Australia and its region. Its contributors include many of Australia’s most eminent and internationally recognized climate scientists, climate policy makers and policy analysts. They provide an accessible, detailed, dramatic, and disturbing examination of the likely impacts on Australia’s social, economic and ecological systems

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