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  1. Postcolonial Lesbian Identities in Singapore

    Re-thinking global sexualities

    By Shawna Tang

    Series: Routledge Research on Gender in Asia Series

    Taking lesbians in Singapore as it’s starting point, this book explores the possibility of a modern gay identity in a postcolonial society , that is not dependent on Western queer norms. It looks at the core question of how this identity can be reconciled with local culture and how it relates to...

    To Be Published May 1st 2016 by Routledge

  2. Unmarried Women in Japan

    The drift into singlehood

    By Akiko Yoshida

    Series: Routledge Research on Gender in Asia Series

    To Be Published May 1st 2016 by Routledge

  3. Public Relations as Emotional Labour

    TBC

    By Liz Yeomans

    Series: Routledge New Directions in Public Relations & Communication Research

    Inextricably linked to neoliberal market economies, Public Relations’ influence in our promotional culture is profound. Yet many aspects of the professional role are under-researched and poorly understood, such as the impact on workers of manufacturing displays of feeling to elicit a desired...

    To Be Published May 1st 2016 by Routledge

  4. Rethinking Education in Critical Psychology

    Co-operation and voice

    By Gail Davidge

    Series: Concepts for Critical Psychology

    The first English co-operative school emerged as a result of wide-ranging public education reforms in 2008. Since this time the number of ‘co-operative’ schools in England has roughly doubled year upon year, bringing about what some have called ‘a quiet revolution’ in public education. Claims that...

    To Be Published May 1st 2016 by Routledge