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Sir Edward Coke and the Reformation of the Laws: Religion, Politics and Jurisprudence, 1578-1616

Paperback, 17/10/2019, £23.99
This book, the first extended study of the legal thought of Edward Coke, investigates how law reform impacted his understanding of individual rights, royal authority, and the need for confidence in legal institutions. In doing so, it offers a new explanation for the shaping of early modern constitutional thought.

On the Margins of Inclusion: Changing Labour Markets and Social Exclusion

Paperback, 21/09/2005, £26.99
This book offers an account of how groups of economically marginal people have adapt and negotiate the offerings of a 'post industrial' labour market and a welfare system geared towards reintegrating them into formal employment. Through close ethnographic study it highlights collective strategies and responses to labour and welfare changes.

Pocket Museum: Ancient Greece

Hardback, 11/05/2017, £12.95
A vast collection of significant works of art from the whole of ancient Greek civilization and a range of museums, gathered in one handy, pocket-sized guide

Social Work and Evidence Based Practice

8, 15/03/2004, £19.99
Evidence-based practice - what it might mean, how it can be achieved, whether it should be aspired to - is the subject of much debate and argument in social work. The authors demonstrate why evidence-based practice is important, but also why it is important to think clearly and carefully about its implications for the social work profession.