Sociology: Collections

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  • Routledge Library Reference Autumn/Winter Collection

    The Routledge Library Reference Autumn/Winter Collection is perfect for students and academic researchers. The collection covers a range of sub-disciplines which comprise of the following:

    Asian Studies, Built Environment, Business, Chemistry, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environment & Sustainability, Geography, Health & Social Care, History, Law, Life Science & Medicine, Linguistics, Literature, Media & Cultural Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Military & Strategic Studies, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Software Networking & Security and Sports & Leisure.

  • Test Collection

    We’d like to congratulate the six Routledge authors awarded a 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship. The award recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions to scholarship or the arts. The authors showcased below were among the diverse group of 168 scholars and artists honored this year, chosen from a group of approximately 3,000 applicants. Click through to learn more about the achievements that earned them the prestigious fellowship and browse the titles they've published with us below:

  • Sociology Collection

    We are pleased to bring you a selection of our recent and forthcoming titles on Sociology. Browse our full compilation of titles here and explore our other online collections for textbooks.

  • Sociology Textbooks

    We are proud to present our Sociology textbook catalogue! Browse our selection of titles designed for the classroom and focusing on a wide range of key areas in these important and expanding field.

  • New in Professional Sociology!

    Browse our latest tiles in Professional Sociology, and receive 15% off at checkout with code VAV18

  • Taylor & Francis Books Open Archive

    Explore our collection of 250 Open Access titles in the Taylor & Francis Books Open Archive.  Browse titles across a variety of subject areas including Business & Management, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Language & Literature, Politics & International Relations, Built Environment and more...  

  • Major Works and Routledge Library Editions Online Collection

    Explore our range of multi-volume Major Works sets and Routledge Library Editions sets across a wide range of subject areas including Business, Sociology, Education, Psychology, and more...

  • 2018 Book and Digital Product Awards

    "Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce the winnners of the first annual 2018 Book and Digital Product Awards."

    Taylor & Francis has annouced the first annual Outstanding Book and Digital Product Awards! We want to recoginize the well-written, high-quality content that our authors, editors and all team members worked so hard to produce in 2018. 

    The list of winners across the text type and digital product categories is a testimony to the curiosity that makes us want to understand the world, and the contribution of the scholarship and research embodied in our content to that understanding; we thank you all for the great commissioning!

     

     

     

     

    Our Panel of Judges carefully reviewed the shortlisted titles in each of the following categories

    • Revised Textbook
    • New Textbook
    • Monograph
    • Reference/Monograph
    • Professional
    • Handbook
    • 2018 Outstanding Book in STEM Award
    • 2018 Outstanding Book in HSS Award
    • 2018 Outstanding Digital Product Award

    The titles chosen for the Outstanding Book in STEM and the Outstanding Book in HSS Awards perfectly capture one aspect of what is important about what we do: the application of high-level research to issues which impact us all.

    2018 Outstanding Book In Stem

    Brain–Computer Interfaces Handbook: Technological and Theoretical Advances

    Brain-Computer Interfaces Handbook: Technological and Theoretical Advances

    By Chang S. Nam, Anton Nijholt, and Rabien Lotte

    T&F Contact Editor: Cindy Carelli, Engineering

    2018 Outstanding book in HSS

    Understanding How We LearnUnderstanding How We Learn: A Visual Guide

    By Yana WeinsteinMegan SumerackiOliver Caviglioli

    T&F Contact Editor: Annamarie Kino, Behavioral Sciences & Education

    2018 Outstanding Digital Product

    CHEMnetBASE

    CHEMnetBASE

    T&F Contact Editor: Fiona Macdonald, Science

  • Test Author Directions: Navigating Your Success...

    This series is a collection of free resource to guide our new, current and potential authors through the world of academic publishing. Resources will include social media guidance, how to turn your PhD in to a book, how to write a successful proposal, how to maintain discoverability of your book and many more.

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  • Author Directions: Navigating Your Success...

    This series is a collection of free resource to guide our new, current and potential authors through the world of academic publishing. Resources will include social media guidance, how to turn your PhD in to a book, how to write a successful proposal, how to maintain discoverability of your book and many more.

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