Skip to Content

Articles, News & Updates

News & Updates – Page 229

Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

Recent Articles

  1. 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. 

  2. 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.

  3. 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. 

  4. 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...

  5. 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?

  6. 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.

  7. Author Bruce Ecker on the coming breakthrough in the mental health field

    Author Bruce Ecker sees the use of memory reconsolidation by psychotherapists as the revolution that will change the face of the mental health field. Read Bruce's article here!

  8. The Infant Mind: Origins of the Social Brain

    Integrating cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, this book provides a dynamic and holistic picture of the developing infant mind. Contributors explore the transactions among genes, the brain, and the environment in the earliest years of life.

  9. The Psychoanalytic Vision

    Psychoanalytic therapy is distinguished by its immersion in the world of the experiencing subject. In The Psychoanalytic Vision, Frank Summers argues that analytic therapy and its unique epistemology is a worldview that stands in clear opposition to the hegemonic cultural value system of objectification, quantification, and materialism. The Psychoanalytic Vision situates psychoanalysis as a voice of the rebel, affirming the importance of the subjective in contrast to the culture of objectification. 

  10. Changing Self-Destructive Habits

    For the first time in one volume self-harm, substance abuse, eating-disordered behavior, gambling, and Internet and cyber sex abuse—five crippling, self-destructive behaviors—are given a common conceptual framework to help with therapeutic intervention. Matthew Selekman and Mark Beyebach, two internationally-recognized therapists, know first-hand that therapists see clients who have problems with several of these habits in varying contexts. They maintain an optimistic, positive, solution-focused approach while carefully addressing problems and risks. 

Page 229 of 469 pages