New Books for Social Sciences – Summer/Autumn 2022

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We’ve added some new books and eBooks onto Library Search which arrived over the summer and autumn. You can find them all on our New Resources for School of Social Sciences – Summer – Autumn 2022 list. Take a look at some of the highlights:

Can I Go and Play Now? by Greg Botrill – Childhood Studies.

COVID-19 and the Voluntary and Community Sector in the UK: Responses, Impacts and Adaptation by James Rees, Rob Macmillan, Chris Damm and Claire Bynner – Community and Youth Work.

Geographies of Gender-Based Violence: a Multi-Disciplinary Perspective by Hannah Bows and Bianca Fileborn  – Criminology.

Migration, Health and Inequalities: Critical Activist Research Across Ecuadorean Borders by Roberta Villalón – Health and Social Care.

Gendered Perspctives on Preventing Violent Extremism: Women and ‘Prevent’ by Sam Andrews  – Professional Policing,

Safeguarding Young People: Risks, Rights, Resilience and Relationships by Dez Holmes, Lauren Wroe, Jenny Pearce, Jenny Lloyd. Helen Beckett, Carlene Firmin, Rachel Knowles, John Coleman, Ann Hagell and Kristine Hickle – Social Work.

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies: Original Essays by Laurel Westbrook, Steven Seidman and Nancy Fischer – Sociology.

If you have a book you would like us to buy then follow our Suggest a Book link on the library homepage to request it. We will try and get it as an eBook where possible so more students can use it.

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