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The Handbook of Mobilities

by Peter Adey, David Bissell & Kevin Hannam

The 21st century seems to be on the move, perhaps even more so than the last. With cheap travel, and more than two billion cars projected worldwide for 2030. And yet, all this mobility is happening incredibly...


The Geography of Crime

by David J. Evans & David T. Herbert

This book presents original research into contemporary geographical aspects of the study of crime. The contributors, drawn from different disciplines within the social sciences and from various countries, give...


The Future of Geography

by Ron Johnston

The chapters in this book address fundamental questions of the nature and purpose of geography, scrutinising its contents, philosophy and methodology.

Aimed at undergraduates its purpose is to broaden the debate...


The Organizational Politics of Interest Groups: Designing Advocacy

by Darren R. Halpin

Interest groups form an important part of the development of political and social systems. This book goes beyond current literature in examining the survival and 'careers' of such groups beyond their formation....


Strategic Studies: A Reader, 2nd Ed.: A Reader

by Thomas G. Mahnken & Joseph A. Maiolo

The second edition of Strategic Studies: A Reader brings together key essays on strategic theory by some of the leading contributors to the field. This revised volume contains several new essays and updated...


A History of International Thought: From the Origins of the Modern State to Academic International Relations

by Lucian Ashworth

International thought is the product of major political changes over the last few centuries, especially the development of the modern state and the industrialisation of the world economy. While the question...


The Global Film Book

by Roy Stafford

The Global Film Book is an accessible and entertaining exploration of the development of film as global industry and art form, written especially for students and introducing readers to the rich and varied cinematic...


Educating Activist Allies: Social Justice Pedagogy with the Suburban and Urban Elite

by Katy M. Swalwell

Educating Activist Allies offers a fresh take on critical education studies through an analysis of social justice pedagogy in schools serving communities privileged by race and class. By documenting the practices...


Routledge Handbook of Sport and New Media

by Andrew C Billings & Marie Hardin

New media technologies have become a central part of the sports media landscape. Sports fans use new media to watch games, discuss sports transactions, form fan-based communities, and secure minutiae about their...


Children's Literature and New York City

by Padraic Whyte & Keith O'Sullivan

This collection explores the significance of New York City in children's literature, stressing literary, political, and societal influences on writing for young people from the twentieth century to the present...


Comparative Perspectives on Environmental Policies and Issues

by Robert A. Dibie

Comparative Perspectives on Environmental Policies and Issues presents tools and concepts about environmental policies in several developed and developing countries. It explores a broad survey of ecological...


Pain and Suffering

by Ronald Schleifer

Pain is felt by everyone, yet understanding its nature is fragmented across myriad modes of thought. In this compact, yet thoroughly integrative account uniting medical science, psychology, and the humanities...


One River

by Wade Davis

The story of two generations of scientific explorers in South America—Richard Evans Schultes and his protégé Wade Davis—an epic tale of adventure and a compelling work of natural history.

In 1941, Professor...


Rethinking Power, Institutions and Ideas in World Politics: Whose IR?

by Amitav Acharya

The study of international relations, has traditionally been dominated by Western ideas and practices, and marginalized the voice and experiences of the non-Western states and societies. As the world moves to...


God's Century: Resurgent Religion and Global Politics

by Monica Duffy Toft, Daniel Philpott & Timothy Samuel Shah

A fresh and illuminating perspective on the surge in religion’s political influence across the globe. Is religion a force for good or evil in world politics? How much influence does it have? Despite predictions...


Project Renewment: The First Retirement Model for Career Women

by Bernice Bratter, Helen Dennis & Lahni Baruck

For the first time in history, career women -- women who have worked outside the home for most of their lives -- are retiring. Without role models, they look to one another to face the changes this life transition...


Flushed: How the Plumber Saved Civilization

by W. Hodding Carter

Hodding Carter writes, "The unsung hero of human history was, of course, the Brain of Drains, the Hub of Tubs, the Power of Showers, the Brewer of Sewers...the humble plumber.... The Irish may have saved civilization,...


How to Make Peace in the Middle East in Six Months or Less: Without Leaving Your Apartment

by Gregory Levey

Gregory Levey’s modest goal is to solve the Middle East conflict—all by himself. After returning to North America following a stint in his midtwenties writing speeches for the Israeli government—first...


The Wars of Reconstruction: The Brief, Violent History of America's Most Progressive Era

by Douglas R. Egerton

A groundbreaking new history, telling the stories of hundreds of African-American activists and officeholders who risked their lives for equality-in the face of murderous violence-in the years after the Civil...


Black Women and White Women in the Professions: Occupational Segregation by Race and Gender, 1960-1980

by Natalie J. Sokoloff

First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.