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Negotiating Migration in the Context of Climate Change
International Policy and Discourse
Sarah Nash
“An engaging, empirically rich, and theoretically informed exploration of how a new international policy field linking climate change and human migration has emerged. Detailed, acute, insightful.”—Giovanni Bettini, Lancaster University
Cloth $115.00


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Transport Matters
Edited by Iain Docherty and Jon Shaw
Transport Matters offers a wide-ranging assessment of the state of transport, travel, and mobility in the United Kingdom and the myriad ways these forces interact with the economy, the environment, and society as a whole.
Paper $47.95


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Engaging with Policy, Practice and Publics
Intersectionality and Impacts
Edited by Sarah M. Hall and Ralitsa Hiveta
Engagement with non-academic groups and actors—such as policy makers, industry, charities and activist groups, communities, and the public—in the coproduction of knowledge and real-world impact is increasingly important in academic research. This book offers a critical examination of the liminal space of interactions between policy and research, showing this space to be far from apolitical.
Cloth $65.00


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Towards a Spatial Social Policy
Bridging the Gap between Geography and Social Policy
Edited by Adam Whitworth
This book brings together experts from the fields of both social policy and human geography, illustrating the conceptual, thematic, and methodological bridges needed to connect these currently divided, but intimately related, fields.
Paper $42.95

 



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