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  1. Learn how to write a great audit report

    Health and Safety Environment and Quality Audits delivers a powerful and proven approach to auditing business-critical risk areas. It covers each of the aspects that need to be taken into account for a successful risk-based audit to international or company standards and is packed with advice on how to write a great audit report. Learn more >

  2. The Developmental Psychology of Reasoning and Decision-Making

    Logical thinking is a critically important cognitive skill. It is not just essential for mathematical and scientific understanding, it is also of prime importance when trying to navigate our complex and increasingly sophisticated world. Written by world class researchers in the field, The Developmental Psychology of Reasoning and Decision-Making describes the ways that children learn to reason, and how reasoning can be used to overcome the influence of beliefs and intuitions.

  3. Machiavelli Named a TLS Book of the Year

    “Robert Black has produced easily the best of the many introductions to Machiavelli; his book is both immensely learned and deceptively easy to read. Everyone should read The Prince, and anyone who reads it should read Black’s Machiavelli.”

    -David Wootton, The University of York

    Routledge would like to congratulate Robert Black on having his title Machiavelli named one of the Times Literary Supplement’s books of the year.

    Click here to read the full article.
     

  4. Surveying the World: The Europa Regional Surveys of the World

    With the new edition of each of the nine Regional Surveys of the World now available, we asked one of our Europa editors to talk us through the process of keeping the Regional Surveys up-to-date.

  5. The Global Obama

    The Global Obama examines the president’s image in five continents and more than twenty countries. It is the first book to look at Barack Obama’s presidency and analyze how Obama and America are viewed by publics, governments and political commentators around world.  

  6. Routledge Performance Archive Awarded Outstanding Academic Title Award by Choice Magazine

    The Routledge Performance Archive is the future of theater and performance studies. A unique collection of contemporary and past practitioners, the Archive gives users access to videos - including workshops, performances and lectures - and audio interviews from the leading lights in theater and performance. The Routledge Performance Archive has been selected as a 2013 Outstanding Academic Title by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries.

  7. Black Men, Invisibility and Crime - interview with the author

    To date, little has been written about the relationship between desistance and racialization. In his new book Black Men, Invisibility and Crime Martin Glynn seeks to rectify this academic gap.

    Read an interview with Martin on his new book, the research which he conducted and his hopes for how it will inform both the academic and wider communities.
     

  8. Philosophy and History of Psychology

    World Library of Psychologists series

    In the World Library of Psychologists series, international experts themselves present career-long collections of what they judge to be their finest pieces – extracts from books, key articles, salient research findings, and their major practical theoretical contributions.

    New contributors to this series include Elizabeth R. Valentine, Barbara A. Wilson and Jonathan St B. T. Evans.

  9. Perception Beyond Gestalt

    Introducing the Explorations in Cognitive Psychology series…

    This series draws together research, theory and practice from the field of cognitive psychology, providing a thorough exploration of the topic and implications for future practice and research.

    The first titles in this series include Perception Beyond Gestalt, and Fine Art and Perceptual Neuroscience.

  10. The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress

    The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: An environmental history journeys to the dry inland plains of Australia where European ideas and agricultural technologies clashed with a volatile and taunting country that resisted attempts to subdue and transform it for the supply of global markets. Its wide-ranging narrative puts gritty local detail in its global context to tell the story of how cultural anxieties about civilisation, population, and race, shaped agriculture in the twentieth century. It ranges from isolated experiment farms to nutrition science at the League of Nations, from local landholders to high profile moral crusaders, including an Australian apricot grower who met Franklin D. Roosevelt and almost fed the world.

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