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CONTENTS | 3 Publishing for global impact and social change Contents 3 Contents Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, 4 Welcome are committed to publishing the highest‑quality 5 Our Impact 6 Big Ideas international scholarship in the social sciences and 7 Blogs aligned disciplines. 8 New Research Agendas 9 International Development Our award‑winning books and journals address 10-17 Politics and International Relations 18-20 Science, Technology and Society global social issues and advance theory, knowledge 21-23 Economics and Society and learning within and beyond academia. 24-25 Business and Management As a not‑for‑profit university press, our vision is 26 Shorts 27-39 Sociology to create and disseminate critically acclaimed, 40-43 Law evidence‑based work that makes a difference in 44-48 Criminology the world. 49-59 Social and Public Policy 60-62 Research Methods We are currently expanding into new areas including 63-66 Ageing and Gerontology 67-68 Health and Social Care Science, Technology and Society (see pages 18‑19), 69-75 Social Work New Research Agendas (see page 8) and 76-80 Children, Young People and Families International Development (see page 9). 81-82 Education 83-85 Human Geography 86-88 Environment and Sustainability 89-91 Community Development 92-96 Planning and Housing 97 eBook Collections 98 Open Access 99-105 Journals 106 How to order books 107 Distributors, Agents and Recommended Stockists Guide Published by Bristol University Press On the cover Photograph by Samuel Zeller Published by Policy Press bristoluniversitypress.co.uk @zellersamuel Open Access version available Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, are proud to have received Highly Commended Inspection copies available for course leaders in the ASPIRE Accessibility Awards 2019, awarded by Jisc. Our research and publications are there to influence and inform, so it is important to our wider mission that our content is accessible Companion website available to everyone, regardless of age, ability or situation. To find out how to access our content in a non‑standard format, visit bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/accessibility Online resources available
4 | WELCOME OUR IMPACT | 5 The role of university presses Our Impact in public debate Social media has enabled widespread At Bristol University Press and Policy Press, we believe that participation in public debate, but this positive all our work should contribute towards making a positive involvement can be drowned out by the rise difference in society and look at ways to make this a reality, in misinformation and attention‑grabbing from the original concept of the project through to its publication and beyond. headlines. Our need to access well‑considered evidence and analysis has never been more Recent case studies have included an account of the vital and university presses have an important impact of the visit to the UK of Philip Alston, UN Special Find out more about role to play. Rapporteur on Poverty, published in the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, and the impact achieved by Ray our work on global Jones’ book The Story of Baby P. Both case studies can social challenges at At BUP we not only publish work that extends knowledge, bristoluniversitypress. be read in full on our website: bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/ we actively encourage engagement with the content ALISON SHAW, CEO, co.uk/global-social- impact‑and‑case‑studies to help create social change. It is not just publishing BRISTOL UNIVERSITY PRESS challenges for publishing’s sake. If we are not making visible new Other strategies employed to ensure an impact beyond the thinking that challenges injustice and inequality within usual metrics include: and beyond academia, then we are not doing the job we • the production of our Policy Briefings, which aim to raise set ourselves. awareness of a policy issue; Our imprint Policy Press was established to work across • speedy publication times via our Shorts (see page 26); the boundaries of scholarship, policy making, practice and user engagement. We aim to play a direct role • partnerships with societies and associations who share in shaping policy, practice and cultural change by our beliefs and social mission: publishing on social issues that affect individuals, from health services, social care and education, to housing, crime and poverty reduction. Publishing work that reaches a non-specialist audience • submission of our books and authors for numerous prizes; is core to engaging in public debate. Given the rise • making our books and journals available for Open Access in significant global challenges from climate change (see page 98); to migration crises it is ever more important that we • our PR coverage, enabling our books to reach beyond provide authoritative work that draws on solid research scholarly audiences to a wider readership; from around the world. Our Big ideas collection (page 6) showcases readable books that do just that – publishing • we provide copies of our books for authors to distribute Photograph by Ian Schneider – unsplash.com with a purpose. to key policymakers and professionals interested in their work.
6 | BIG IDEAS BLOGS | 7 A space where research, evidence and critique can create Books to change the way we think positive social change. Our ‘Big Ideas’ titles are intelligent, Our Transforming Society blog celebrates bold thinking and helps interdisciplinary books that present critical to shape our understanding of social challenges. thought and evidence to help to untangle Our mission has always been ‘publishing with a purpose’. contemporary social issues. Transforming Society features articles, real voices, policy Launched in November 2019 with The Happiness briefings, podcasts, case studies and reader reviews to help Problem (see below) , these books aim to research have real impact, change policy and the way we see change the way we think and help us to work the world. towards a common cause of social justice, If you’re interested in contributing to Transforming Society, please addressing cross‑cutting issues such as class, contact email@example.com race, gender, politics and social inequality. transformingsociety.co.uk The Happiness Problem Rethinking Individual Success and Societal Progress Led by a dynamic team of academics at the University of Bristol, Sam Wren‑Lewis, Independent researcher the Futures of Work blog offers radical and critical thinking on issues around work and employment. “Sam Wren‑Lewis provides a fresh look on the topic of futuresofwork.co.uk happiness. With insight and wisdom, he advocates that we stop trying to control everything and learn to love uncertainty. Highly recommended!” VALERIE TIBERIUS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA “Weaves together psychology research and philosophy This not-for-profit collaboration between sociology and social to show that conventional ideas about happiness are policy academics publishes bite-size pieces of social research, wrong. Convincing and thought‑provoking.” commentary and policy analysis. EMILY ESFAHANI SMITH, AUTHOR OF THE POWER OF MEANING Paperback £12.99 | US $24.00 discoversociety.co.uk ISBN 9781447353553 ePDF ISBN 9781447353577 Photograph by @kriscros – unsplash.com Photograph by Martí Sans – stocksy.com ePUB £12.99 | US $24.00 We appear to have more control over our lives than ever before. If ISBN 9781447353560 we could get things right – the perfect job, relationship, family, body Available on Amazon Kindle and mind – then we’d be happy. With enough economic growth and 216x138 mm 232 pages technological innovation, we could cure all societal ills. November 2019 The Happiness Problem shows that the illusion of control over our lives is too simplistic and can even be harmful. Sam Wren‑Lewis offers an alternative: he proposes that we can connect with, and gain a deeper understanding of, the personal and social challenges that define our time.
8 | NEW RESEARCH AGENDAS INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | 9 New Research Agendas International Development Increasingly, it is clear that traditional Our International Development list builds on our approaches to research no longer serve reputation for publishing on poverty, inequalities academia or society well and new collaborations and social justice, and allows us to extend and ways of working have emerged. It is discussions of these topics across the globe. Our To discuss proposal ideas, To discuss proposal ideas, accepted that global social challenges can only please contact Philippa at list includes work by leading figures in the field please contact Philippa at be solved via an interdisciplinarity approach, firstname.lastname@example.org including Jo Boyden, Andy Sumner and Peter email@example.com and through partnerships with experts of all kinds Lloyd‑Sherlock. beyond the university. The decolonial turn has As the new Publisher for International led to increased emphasis on unheard voices, Development, appointed in August 2019, I am especially from the Global South. now actively commissioning in this field and We have always championed publishing with welcome proposals from scholars writing on a purpose, been a home for the best work on the Global South from a range of disciplinary participatory research and published on the perspectives. I am particularly interested in burning issues of our times. We are well placed projects that address global social challenges. as a publisher to support new and emerging PHILIPPA GRAND, PUBLISHER forms of expertise and knowledge production. We welcome proposals that explore these new methods and approaches, that stem from the substantive outputs of new research ALSO AVAILABLE collaborations, and from those who have been under-represented within the academy. PHILIPPA GRAND, PUBLISHER ALSO AVAILABLE Photograph by Jeremy Graham – alamy.com Photograph by Alita Ong – stocksy.com
10 | POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SPACES OF PEACE, SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES | 11 Politics and International Spaces of Peace, Series Editors: John Heathershaw, University of Exeter, UK; Shahar Hameiri, University of Queensland, Australia; Relations Security and Jana Hönke, Groningen University, the Netherlands; and Sara Koopman, Kent State University, USA Development series This series publishes research that moves away from purely Politics hasn’t become any easier or predictable abstract debates about concepts and focuses instead on since our last catalogue, but our books continue fieldwork‑based studies of specific places and peoples. to wrestle with the big issues in politics around To discuss proposal ideas in It shows how particular spatial histories and geographic politics, please contact Stephen at configurations can foster or hinder peace, security and the world. Our publications are diverse in firstname.lastname@example.org development. It also encourages work that takes account of approach and focus but consistent in providing the new spatialities of conflict and charts the transnational high‑quality academic analysis. practices of peace, security and development. As our publishing programme in politics The series welcomes research monographs that continues to expand, we welcome proposals for empirically or interpretatively test theoretical propositions, new books and series. If you have ideas, please as well as edited collections that debate key theoretical, do get in touch to discuss. methodological and ethical questions. For more information STEPHEN WENHAM, PUBLISHER on the series, see https://bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/ spaces-of-peace-security-and-development Doing Fieldwork in Areas of International Intervention ALSO AVAILABLE A Guide to Research in Violent and Closed Contexts Edited by Morten Bøås, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and Berit Bliesemann de Guevara, Aberystwyth University Using detailed insights from those with first‑hand experience of conducting research in areas of international intervention and conflict, this handbook provides guidance for researchers and students embarking on fieldwork in violent, repressive and closed contexts. Contributors detail their own experiences from areas including the Photograph by BlackSalmon – istockphoto.com Congo, Sudan, Yemen, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Myanmar, inviting Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 readers into their reflections on mistakes and hard‑learned lessons. Divided ISBN 9781529206883 into sections on issues of control and confusion, security and risk, distance ePDF ISBN 9781529206913 and closeness, and sex and sensitivity, the book looks at how to negotiate ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 complex grey areas and raises important questions that researchers need to ISBN 9781529206920 consider before, during and after their time on the ground. Available on Amazon Kindle 234x156 mm 288 pages June 2020
12 | POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | 13 It’s the Government, Stupid “Everyone – voters and New Directions in Women, politicians – should read How Governments this book.” Peace and Security Blame Citizens for Their MATT MATRAVERS, Edited by Soumita Basu, South Asian University, UNIVERSITY OF YORK Paul C. Kirby, London School of Economics Own Policies and Political Science and Laura J. Shepherd, Keith Dowding, Australian National University University of Sydney Governments have developed a convenient habit of Paperback £19.99 | US $34.95 This international collection analyses the latest Paperback £24.99 | US $42.95 ISBN 9781529206395 developments and history of the UN’s Women, ISBN 9781529207750 blaming social problems on their citizens, placing Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 Peace and Security (WPS) agenda, examining future Hardback £75.00 | US $99.00 too much emphasis on personal responsibility or ISBN 9781529206388 directions for WPS policy, practice and research. ISBN 9781529207743 ‘nudging’ people to better behaviour. ePDF ISBN 9781529206401 ePDF ISBN 9781529207774 Dowding argues for a radical shift and shows that Providing personal narratives and accounts from ePUB £24.99 | US $42.95 ePUB £19.99 | US $34.95 experts, policymakers and advocates working across responsibility for many social crises, including ISBN 9781529206418 ISBN 9781529207781 obesity, gun crime, homelessness, drug addiction the field, it explores emerging debates for WPS Available on Amazon Kindle Available on Amazon Kindle in terms of countering violent extremism, the and problem gambling, should be placed at the feet 216x138 mm 240 pages July 2020 234x156 mm 208 pages June 2020 of politicians. Encouraging us to stop scapegoating engagement of men within and alongside WPS, fellow citizens, he shows how we can demand more and the invisibility of race and sexuality in current from our governments, who have the real power discourse and practice. and responsibility to alleviate problems and bring about change. Cultural Sexism The New Technocracy “Highly recommended The Politics of Feminist Rage Anders Esmark, University of Copenhagen to all those wanting to in the #MeToo Era know how and why we Heather Savigny, De Montfort University are governed in the way that we are.” Heather Savigny explores five key traits – violence, Hardback £19.99 | US $34.95 PAUL FAWCETT, UNIVERSITY silencing, disciplining, meritocracy and masculinity – ISBN 9781529206449 OF MELBOURNE prevalent across the media, entertainment and cultural ePDF ISBN 9781529206463 industries and demonstrates how their normalisation ePUB £14.99 | US $34.95 It took the dramatic rise of populist parties and Paperback £24.99 | US $42.95 in popular songs, games, films and political campaigns ISBN 9781529206470 movements across the Western hemisphere to ISBN 9781529200881 has embedded sexist and patriarchal values within our Available on Amazon Kindle generate academic interest in the fact that democratic Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 everyday social and political landscape. 216x138 mm 208 pages June 2020 politics have for a long time been co‑opted and ISBN 9781529200874 ePDF ISBN 9781529200904 She traces the history of cultural sexism, examines challenged by an altogether different regime: that of how gendered power works and looks at how we can technocracy. ePUB £24.99 | US $42.95 ISBN 9781529200911 challenge it, moving beyond #metoo to show what This book provides the first comprehensive analysis Available on Amazon Kindle must come next in the fight for gender equality. of the current technocratic regime which the author 234x156 mm 224 pages April 2020 argues emerged in the 1980s as a new ‘post‑industrial’ form of technocracy. Populism, Esmark argues, is a sign that the technocratic bluff has finally been called and that technocracy posing as democracy will only serve to exasperate existing problems. This book sets a new benchmark for studies of technocracy, showing that a solution to the challenge of populism will depend as much on a technocratic retreat as democratic innovation.
14 | POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | 15 Reconstructing the Global Beyond Pro‑life and Pro‑choice Paperback £24.99 | US $42.95 ISBN 9781529205374 Political Economy The Changing Politics of Abortion Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 in Britain ISBN 9781529204995 An Analytical Guide Fran Amery, University of Bath ePDF ISBN 9781529205367 ePUB £24.99 | US $42.95 Erik Andersson, University of Gothenburg “A sophisticated account of the intricacies of the ISBN 9781529205381 abortion debate for both students of Politics and Available on Amazon Kindle Gender Studies and practitioners.” This textbook examines the challenges facing the Paperback £22.99 | US $38.95 234x156 mm 224 pages January 2020 world economy as a result of climate change, and ISBN 9781529200683 SARAH COOPER, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER social and economic inequality, and provides pathways Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 to future‑oriented solutions. Andersson provides a ISBN 9781529200676 This book makes sense of today’s changed landscape comprehensive exploration of the different ideological ePUB £22.00 | US $36.95 of abortion debate by tracing the evolution of approaches to change and expertly guides the reader ISBN 9781529200706 political and parliamentary discourse on abortion through thematic chapters, including: Available on Amazon Kindle from the passage of the Abortion Act in the 1960s • The political economy of everyday life; 240x172 mm 276 pages May 2020 to the present day. It argues that to understand • Regulation of global trade; the changing pluralities of the abortion debate it • Post‑development; is necessary to move beyond ‘pro‑choice’ versus • Global value chain production; ‘pro‑life’. • Financial markets. An intersectional and future‑oriented introduction, The Social Construction of Hardback £75.00 | US $105.00 ISBN 9781529209839 this book will be essential on all introductory IPE State Power ePDF ISBN 9781529209846 courses and help students to engage with how a Applying Realist Constructivism ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 reconstructed global economy might help solve the ISBN 9781529209853 challenges of today. Edited by J. Samuel Barkin, University of 234x156 mm 224 pages May 2020 Massachusetts Realism and constructivism are often viewed as competing paradigms for understanding International Contested Britain “A timely and important Relations, but some scholars are now arguing that contribution to our Brexit, Austerity and Agency understanding of the the two are compatible. Barkin, one of the leading proponents of realist constructivism, combines Edited by Marius Guderjan, Humboldt‑Universität complex entanglements both exposition and critique of realist constructivist zu Berlin, Hugh Mackay, The Open University and between Brexit, approaches with a series of international case studies Gesa Stedman, Humboldt‑Universität zu Berlin austerity and politics in to show what realist constructivist research can look like in practice. contemporary Britain.” GERRY MOONEY, THE OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SCOTLAND Liberalism, Childhood and Justice Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 ISBN 9781529201635 Ethical Issues in Upbringing ePDF ISBN 9781529201659 A distinctive analysis of how the politics of the UK Paperback £26.99 | US $45.95 Tim Fowler, University of Bristol ePUB £24.99 | US $42.95 and the lives of British citizens have evolved in the ISBN 9781529205022 ISBN 9781529201666 first decades of the 21st century. The authors provide Hardback £75.00 | US $105.00 Fowler provides an innovative critical exploration Available on Amazon Kindle an interdisciplinary examination of the roots, ideology ISBN 9781529205008 of ethical issues in children’s upbringing through 234x156 mm 224 pages February 2020 and consequences of austerity politics, the Brexit ePDF ISBN 9781529205015 the lens of political philosophy. He calls for a radical vote, and the rise of populist politics. ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 new understanding of what constitutes children’s ISBN 9781529205039 wellbeing, the duties of parents to promote wellbeing, Bringing together case studies and perspectives Available on Amazon Kindle and the collective obligations of state and society from an array of international researchers across the 234x156 mm 256 pages March 2020 to ensure that children’s interests are promoted and social sciences, it dissects how the UK has become protected. increasingly contested with profound differences of geography, generation, gender, ‘race’ and class, and considers agency as a key concept to understand the links between austerity and Brexit.
16 | POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | 17 New Spaces of Hope Britain and Europe at a Crossroads Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 ISBN 9781529200515 The Politics of Anxiety and Governing Cities in and Transformation ePDF ISBN 9781529200522 ePUB £24.29 | US $42.95 Beyond Austerity Andrew Ryder, Corvinus University of Budapest ISBN 9781529200546 Available on Amazon Kindle Jonathan S. Davies, De Montfort University, et al. Ryder examines the complex ways that political elites 234x156 mm 224 pages July 2020 use speech acts to construct perceptions of insecurity Presenting the findings of a major Economic Social Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 and fear, and to mobilise an ‘emergency politics’ Research Council (ESRC) project into urban ISBN 9781529205824 and engineer a landscape which interrupts normal austerity governance in eight cities across the globe, ePDF ISBN 9781529205831 processes of decision‑making. the authors address the roles cities can play as ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 ISBN 9781529205848 Dissecting the social, cultural and political factors that economic engines of growth and vitality. The book led the UK to take its decision to leave the EU, he provides a thematised, comparative examination of Available on Amazon Kindle uses a range of primary sources to demonstrate how how cities define, govern and resist austerity, and 234x156 mm 224 pages October 2020 fear was cultivated to produce a dangerous form of shows how citizens can develop egalitarian practices ‘Brexit nationalism’. and become agents of policy change. Constitutional Policy and Hardback £80.00 | US $120.00 ISBN 9781529205886 Environmental Conflicts, “A major contribution Territorial Politics in the UK ePDF ISBN 9781529205893 to debates on climate Volume 1: Union and Migration and Governance change, resources, Devolution 1997‑2007 ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 ISBN 9781529205909 Edited by Tim Krieger, Albert Ludwig University of conflicts and migrations, Available on Amazon Kindle Jonathan Bradbury, Swansea University 234x156 mm 224 pages June 2020 Freiburg, Diana Panke, Albert Ludwig University of putting governance failure Freiburg and University College Dublin, and Michael This is the first of a major two‑part volume on rather than environmental Pregernig, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg devolution, providing a comprehensive analysis of the determinism at the heart formative years of devolution in the UK. of contemporary concerns Providing a refreshing re‑examination of the over mass migration.” period that traces territorial politics from initial PHILIPPE LE BILLON, UNIVERSITY OF settlements in Scotland and Wales, and the Good BRITISH COLUMBIA Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland, it uses a new framework for analysis to set a significant new agenda Migration flows have led to new governance Hardback £75.00 | US $115.00 for research on devolution. challenges and, at times, populist political backlashes. ISBN 9781529202168 A key driver of migration is environmental conflict, ePDF ISBN 9781529202175 The Battle of Ideas in the Hardback £75.00 | US $110.00 and this is only likely to increase as we experience the ePUB £24.99 | US $42.95 ISBN 9781529205060 effects of climate change. ISBN 9781529202182 Labour Party ePDF ISBN 9781529205077 Bringing together world‑leading researchers from Available on Amazon Kindle From Attlee to Corbyn and Brexit ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 234x156 mm 256 pages January 2020 ISBN 9781529205084 across political science, environmental studies, Dimitri Batrouni, University of Bristol economics and sociology, this provides invaluable Available on Amazon Kindle “Essential reading for anyone wishing to understand 234x156 mm 160 pages April 2020 insights into one of the most pressing global issues Labour’s present situation.” of our time. It uses a multifaceted theoretical and MARK WICKHAM‑JONES, UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL methodological approach to address core challenges around migration, climate change and conflict, and proposes solutions for the future. Batrouni provides a lively account of the ideological developments and dramas in the Labour Party in recent decades, delving into the totemic battles between hard and soft left and examining the destructive and creative elements in key periods. Providing powerful insights from interviews with some of the most influential thinkers, advisors and MPs in the party, it is essential reading for understanding the Corbyn era and its aftermath.
18 | SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY | 19 Science, Technology and Slow Computing Why We Need Balanced Digital Lives Society Rob Kitchin and Alistair Fraser, Maynooth University From the implications of big data to the “We urgently need strategies for reclaiming control over disruption of ‘the human’, the relationship our digital lives. Slow Computing offers exactly that. between science, technology and society is one To discuss proposal ideas, A powerful manifesto for a kinder, calmer, and fairer please contact Paul at of the 21st century’s most important issues. email@example.com digital future.” MARK GRAHAM, OXFORD UNIVERSITY This list is home to empirical and theoretical work that is situated within ‘science and technology “Two world‑class digital scholars explain brilliantly why studies’, although we are as interested in relevant and how we, as individuals and as society, need to slow proposals which come from traditional social down our digital pace.” science, humanities and STEM disciplines. LIESBET VAN ZOONEN, ERASMUS UNIVERSITY ROTTERDAM PAUL STEVENS, SENIOR COMMISSIONING EDITOR “This perceptive and engaging book provides a clear Paperback £14.99 | US $26.00 ISBN 9781529211269 diagnosis and a thoughtful prescription for taking back ePDF ISBN 9781529211276 control of our digital lives.” ePUB £14.99 | US $26.00 TERESA SCASSA, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA ISBN 9781529211283 216x138mm 224 pages June 2020 Digital technologies should be making life easier. And to a large degree they do, transforming everyday tasks of work, consumption, communication, travel and play. But they are also accelerating and fragmenting our lives affecting our well‑being and exposing us to extensive data extraction and profiling that helps determine our life chances. Is it then possible to experience the joy and benefits of computing, but to do so in a way that asserts individual and collective autonomy over our time and data? Drawing on the ideas of the ‘slow movement’, Slow Computing sets out numerous practical and political means to take back control and counter the more pernicious effects of living digital lives. ALSO AVAILABLE Photograph by Mike_Kiev – istockphoto.com
20 | SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY | 21 Responsibility Economics and Society Beyond Growth A Case for Responsible Stagnation Bristol University Press specialises in high‑impact work that speaks to contemporary issues. Recent Stevienna de Saille, University of Sheffield, Fabien Medvecky, University of Otago, Michiel highlights have included The Lies We Were van Oudheusden, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Told by Simon Wren‑Lewis, Rethinking Britain To discuss proposal ideas, Kevin Albertson, Manchester Metropolitan by The Progressive Economics Group and The please contact Paul at University, Effie Amanatidou, University of Manchester, Timothy Birabi, Consultant, Mario Economics of Arrival by Katherine Trebeck and firstname.lastname@example.org Pansera, University of Bristol Jeremy Williams. Inclusive and interdisciplinary in spirit, we are Critically assessing growth‑based models of Hardback £19.99 | US $39.95 interested in new work that addresses global innovation policy, this book sparks new debate on the ISBN 9781529208177 role and nature of responsible innovation. Drawing ePDF ISBN 9781529208351 social challenges such as economic inequality, on insights from economics, politics and science ePUB £19.99 | US $39.95 ecological change and the emergence of and technology studies, it proposes the concept of ISBN 9781529208368 alternative economic systems. ‘responsible stagnation’ as an expansion of present 216x138 mm 168 pages July 2020 PAUL STEVENS, SENIOR COMMISSIONING EDITOR discussions about growth, degrowth, responsibility and innovation within planetary limitations. Science, Belief and Society “This timely and rich volume extends our International Perspectives understanding of how on Religion, Non‑Religion different groups across the world reconcile or reject and the Public diverse aspects of these Understanding of Science two ways of knowing.” Stephen H. Jones, University of Birmingham, SHIRI NOY, DENISON UNIVERSITY Rebecca Catto, Kent State University, and Tom Kaden, University of Bayreuth The relationship between science and belief has Hardback £80.00 | US $110.00 been a prominent subject of public debate for many ISBN 9781529206944 years, yet sociological analysis of the subject remains ePDF ISBN 9781529206968 ALSO AVAILABLE surprisingly scarce. This wide‑ranging critical review ePUB £26.99 | US $45.95 shows how debates about science and belief are firmly ISBN 9781529206975 embedded in political conflict, class, community Available on Amazon Kindle Photograph by Brian Jackson – alamy.com and culture. 234x156 mm 344 pages May 2019
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