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Routledge’s finest Sociology reference works now online for first time
31 July 2012
Taylor & Francis
At the end of 2011, Routledge launched its new digital platform for reference works, Routledge Reference Online, in nine separate fields, including Sociology. New Sociology works have been added regularly throughout 2012.
The Routledge Sociology list has earned a reputation for innovative, cutting-edge publications. In the past few years, we have published key topical material from some of the world’s leading academics, including Judith Butler, Stevie Jackson and Paul Gilroy. Our Sociology reference works are no exception. They have proved valuable resources for students, researchers and anyone with a general interest in the field.
And now, for the first time, the crème de la crème of our Sociology reference list is available online for use wherever and whenever you want, as Routledge Sociology Online. Featuring dozens of our finest Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Handbooks and Companions, the resource went live at the end of 2011, with new titles added on a regular basis.
Some of the recently-added titles include:
• Encyclopedia of Criminology, edited by Richard A. Wright and J. Mitchell Miller
• Encyclopedia of 20th-century Technology, edited by Colin A. Hempstead and William E. Worthington.
This accessible resource will give academics and students the opportunity to add value to their research and studies in fields ranging from Adolescent Psychology to Social Theory. Other areas of study covered by Routledge Sociology Online include:
• Domestic Violence
• Economic Sociology
• Genetics & Society
• Leisure and Outdoor Recreation
• Sexuality Studies.
To learn more about Routledge Sociology Online please click on the link below: