Laurie Selwyn

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Information: A Historical Companion

A fascinating multidisciplinary essay collection that will appeal to information history junkies as well as history, journalism, and library science students.
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Criminal Justice in America: The Encyclopedia of Crime, Law Enforcement, Courts, and Corrections

This is a solid, browsable reference work that will appeal to the public and law enforcement as well as undergraduates focusing on criminology, sociology, psychology, or law.

LGBTQ Health Research: Theory, Methods, Practice

Paired with Sally Kuykendall’s Skewed Studies, this work provides everything one needs in designing and following through on LGBTQ research. A must for health science and social science majors, graduate students, faculty, and researchers.
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Plagues, Pandemics and Viruses: From the Plague of Athens to Covid 19

Delightful, enjoyable, and informative but lacking as a quality, comprehensive resource. Will appeal to general readers interested in basic, jargon-free information on pandemics and viruses.

Dementia Handbook & Resource Guide

A handy one-stop resource that concentrates on identifying and locating dementia resources by diagnosis. Accurate and useful for those searching for basic information and a resource directory.
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The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies

Most appropriate for advanced students, think tank members, and scholarly researchers.
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The Gale Encyclopedia of Surgery and Medical Tests

Hiam and her contributors have effectively eschewed medical jargon for comprehensible language, making the material here accessible and appealing to high school and undergraduate students.

Principles of Anatomy

Complementing Gale’s Human Diseases and Conditions, this will be invaluable to the general public, as well as to students and researchers in need of background or introductory material outside of their expertise.

Mastering United States Government Information: Sources and Services

Brown’s discussion of both print and digital government documents has paid off in an invaluable reference for all readers—professionals, academic, public and secondary school students
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