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  1. Chinese Studies Portal

    The Routledge Chinese Studies Portal

    The Routledge Chinese Studies Portal is your one-stop-shop for all Chinese Studies resources from Routledge.

    Take an interactive tour through the first lesson of our leading self-study course, Colloquial Chinese, sample our extensive range of language learning books, browse related titles within Chinese area studies and explore a variety of free resources including a demo of our new Chinese Character Trainer app, hundreds of audio clips, flashcards to test your vocabulary and links to our collection of companion websites, each containing further activities and resources related to specific books.

    Visit The Routledge Chinese Studies Portal today.

  2. Featured Education Series: November 2013

    Reflective Teaching and the Social Conditions of Schooling Series

    Series Editors: Daniel P. Liston, Kenneth M. Zeichner 

    This series of small, accessible, interactive texts introduces the notion of teacher reflection and develops it in relation to the social conditions of schooling. The aim is to provide practicing and prospective teachers with ways to examine contextual issues of schooling and to articulate their ideas, beliefs, theories, expectations, assumptions, and feelings about those issues, and to facilitate reflection about teaching situations they face and decisions they must make on an ongoing basis. 

  3. Featured Education Series: December 2013

    Changing Images of Early Childhood Series

    Series Editor: Nicola Yelland

    Books in this forward-thinking series challenge existing practices in early childhood education and reflect the changing images of the field. The series enables readers to engage with contemporary ideas and practices of alternative perspectives which deviate from those theories traditionally associated with the education of young children and their families. Not only do these books make complex theory accessible, they provide early childhood educators with the tools to ensure their practices are backed by appropriate theoretical framework and strong empirical evidence. 

  4. Routledge Education Authors of the Month December 2013: Harald Warmelink

    Harald Warmelink is an Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, as well as a manager and teacher of game design projects at HKU Utrecht School of the Arts, the Netherlands. His most recent title, Online Gaming and Playful Organization, was just published by Routledge. 

  5. An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders, 3rd Edition

    An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: Processes and Disorders is a comprehensive introductory textbook for undergraduate students. The third edition of this well-established text has been completely revised and updated to cover all the key areas of cognition, including perception, attention, memory, thinking and language.

  6. New and Forthcoming Books on Dementia

  7. Urban Access for the 21st Century

    This book sets out a road map for the provision of urban access for all. Cities in developed countries have followed a path of dependency on transportation systems dominated by car usage and favoring the middle classes. Urban Access for the 21st Century looks at ways in which policies can be formed in the developing world to prevent cities in these countries from following the same trajectory, and to help them shift away from those policies which are embedded in current financial systems.

  8. December Book of the Month: Images

    "A first-rate introduction to the philosophical debate on the nature of images. Yet, this book delivers much more than just an introduction. By discussing images in the context of the philosophy of science, esthetics, and the philosophy of mind, Kulvicki opens up new lines of inquiry and invites the reader to think more deeply about the nature of images." - René Jagnow, University of Georgia, USA

    "Smartly written and skilfully constructed, featuring an even-handed and comprehensive overview of the best that philosophers have had to say about images. If your library has space for only one book on the philosophy of pictures, then this is it." - Dominic McIver Lopes, University of British Columbia, Canada

     

  9. Get 20% off the Routledge Studies in Music Genres series

    The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians recently reviewed Donna Di Grazia's Nineteenth-Century Choral Music. Here's what their reviewer had to say about the book:

    "Nineteenth-Century Choral Music is a most welcome addition to the field of both choral literature and music making. The essays are engaging, thought provoking, and meticulously researched, and there is surely something for anyone with an interest in nineteenth century choral literature...Recommended."

    --Erik W. Goldstrom, The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians, Volume 22, Issue 9, 2013

    Now through December 31, get 20% off Nineteenth-Century Choral Music and the other titles in the Routledge Studies in Musical Genres series by entering discount code AT501 when you purchase directly from our website. Don't forget to click 'apply discount' before you checkout. This offer cannot be combined with other offers.

  10. December Series of the Month: New Problems of Philosophy

    'Routledge's New Problems of Philosophy series has a most impressive line-up of topical volumes aimed at upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in philosophy and at others with interests in cutting edge philosophical work. The authors are influential figures in their respective fields and notably adept at synthesizing and explaining intricate topics fairly and comprehensively.' – John Heil, Monash University (Australia) and Washington University, St Louis (USA)

    The New Problems of Philosophy series provides accessible and engaging surveys of the most important problems in contemporary philosophy. Each book examines a topic or theme that has either emerged on the philosophical landscape in recent years, or a longstanding problem refreshed in light of recent work in philosophy and related disciplines. Clearly explaining the nature of the problem at hand and assessing attempts to answer it, books in the series are excellent starting-points for undergraduate and graduate students wishing to study a single topic in depth.

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