May 2021 Oxford Reference update
This month four Reference Library titles have been added to the site.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Political Decision Making
Edited by David P. Redlawsk
This encyclopedia traces the development and future of research on political decision making through an exploration of its central theoretical approaches, methodologies, and substantive topics of perennial interest. The focus is on political decision making as a question of individual psychology: individual preferences, information search, evaluation, and choice. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Political Decision Making is a necessary resource for students and as well as both new and established scholars.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics
Edited by Finn Laursen
This encyclopedia offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource on the European integration process. Under the editorial directorship of Finn Laursen and associate editors Derek Beach, Roberto Domínguez, Sung-Hoon Park, Sophie Vanhoonacker, and Amy Verdun, the publication brings together peer-reviewed contributions by leading researchers on the European Union as a global actor. As a result, the Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics is a vital resource for students, scholars, and policymakers.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of American Foreign Relations
By Mark Lawrence
With more than 100 entries on topics ranging from the American Revolution to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq provide basic background well-suited to readers approaching their topics for the first time. But the entries, written by a remarkable array of expert authors, also offer a valuable tool for experienced researchers and advanced scholars. Authors provide surveys of the scholarly literature related to each topic, along with guides to primary sources, including a rapidly growing number of online collections.
Oxford Encyclopedia of Inclusive and Special Education
Edited by Umesh Sharma and Spencer Salend
As schools in all countries move toward being more inclusive of all learners, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Inclusive and Special Education provides policy makers, educators, and researchers with lessons learned and research findings from around the world. This expansive collection of articles addresses the historical and philosophical foundations, and effective practices, policies, and workforce preparation initiatives that underpin and guide the implementation of successful inclusive education.