New books from Ashgate – Reference, Law, Sociology, Social Work


Sustainability Edited by Tom Campbell and David Mollica (The Library of Corporate Responsibilities series)

Corporate Social Responsibility Edited by Wesley Cragg, Mark S. Schwartz and David Weitzner (The Library of Corporate Responsibilities series)

Corporate Business Responsibility Edited by Justin O’Brien (The Library of Corporate Responsibilities series)

The Library of Corporate Responsibilities, 5 Volume Set Edited by Tom D. Campbell

Ethics and International Relations Edited by Ethan B. Kapstein and Joel H. Rosenthal (The Library of Essays in International Relations series)

Thinking about Punishment: Penal Policy Across Space, Time and Discipline Michael Tonry (Pioneers in Contemporary Criminology series)


Civil Rights in Wartime – The Post-9/11 Sikh Experience Dawinder S. Sidhu and Neha Singh Gohil

The Battle Over Bilingual Ballots: Language Minorities and Political Access Under the Voting Rights Act James Thomas Tucker

Election Law, Politics, and Theory series

Risk Perception, Culture, and Legal Change: A Comparative Study on Food Safety in the Wake of the Mad Cow Crisis Matteo Ferrari


The Cultures of Alternative Mobilities: Routes Less Travelled Edited by Phillip Vannini

Principles and Practice in Biobank Governance Edited by Jane Kaye and Mark Stranger

Photography, Anthropology and History: Expanding the Frame Edited by Christopher Morton and Elizabeth Edwards

Coming to Terms with Chance: Engaging Rational Discrimination and Cumulative Disadvantage Oscar H. Gandy, Jr

Social Work

Knowledge in Practice in the Caring Professions – Multidisciplinary Perspectives Edited by Heather D’Cruz, Struan Jacobs and Adrian Schoo

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