New Books for Social Sciences – June

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Take a wander through the latest eBooks and books we’ve added to our Social Sciences collection in June on our New Resources for School of Social Sciences Spring – Summer 2020/21 list. Here are some of the highlights:

Developing as a Reflective Early Years Professional: a Thematic Approach – by Carol Hayes, Ruth Gill, Mandy Duncan, Ann Whitehouse and Jane Daly – Childhood Studies

Young Refugess and Asylum Seekers: Life in Britain by Declan Henry – Community and Youth Work

ADHD by James A McGough – Health and Social Care

Critical Thinking for Your Policing Degree by Jane Bottomley and Martin Wright – Professional Policing

Social Work and Covid 19: Lessons for Education and Practice by Denise Turner – Social Work

The Social Movements Reader: Cases and Concepts by Jeff Goodwin and James M. Jasper – Sociology

You can still use the Suggest a Book button on the library home page to propose any book you would like us to add to the collection too.

 

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