New books for Social and Political Science

Thanks to recommendations from members of staff and requests via RAB from students the Library is continually adding new books to its collections both online and in print. Here are just a small number of the books that have been added to the Library’s collections this semester for the School of Social and Political Science and these demonstrate the wide range of subjects being taught, studied and researched within School.

sexting_panic_book_coverSexting panic : rethinking criminalization, privacy, and consent by Amy Adele Hasinoff (e-book).

Russia and the new world disorder by Bobo Lo (shelfmark: JZ1616.A5 Lo. Also available as e-book.)

Why India votes? by Mukulika Banerjee and Jonathan Spencer (shelfmark: JQ292 Ban.)

Challenging child protection : new directions in safeguarding children by Lorraine Waterhouse and Janice McGhee (shelfmark: HV713 Cha.)

Becoming salmon : aquaculture and the domestication of a fish by Marianne E. Lien (shelfmark: SH167.S17 Lie. Also available as e-book.)

The Routledge handbook of religions and global development by Emma Tomalin (shelfmark: HD75 Rou. Also available as e-book.)becoming_salmon_book_cover

Valuing deaf worlds in urban India by Michele Ilana Friedner (e-book)

Excellent dissertations! by Peter Levin (shelfmark: LB2369 Lev. Also available as e-book.)

Debating the democratic legitimacy of the European Union by Beate Kohler-Koch and Berthold Rittberger (e-book).

Environmental justice : concepts, evidence and politics by Gordon Walker (shelfmark: GE220 Wal.)

midlands_book_coverTransformative policy for poor women: a new feminist framework by Bina Fernandez (e-book).

Midlands by Jonny Steinberg (e-book).

Inequality: what can be done? by A. B. Atkinson (shelfmark: HC79.I5 Atk. Also available as e-book.)

Europe’s Infrastructure Transition: Economy, War, Nature by Per Högselius, Arne Kaijser and Erik van der Vleuten (e-book).

You may find some of these books in the New Books display on the 1st floor of the Main Library, where a selection of new books from all subjects across the University are held. Books on these display shelves can be borrowed as normal.

Caroline Stirling – Academic Support Librarian for Social and Political Science.


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