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What's New: July 2022

July 21, 2022

July 2022 Oxford Reference update

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This month three Reference Library titles have been added to the site.

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration 


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Public administration is a sprawling, diverse field that contains elements of political science, economics, law, sociology, ethics, and many other disciplines while also comprising issues and approaches distinctive to public administration. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Public Administration comprehensively examines the full range of concerns surrounding the core question of governance through administration.

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of School Reform

The Oxford Encyclopedia of School Reform


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The Oxford Encyclopedia of School Reform is a landmark publication that provides a wid-ranging collection of school reform strategies from several geographical regions around the world. It illustrates both the theory and practical outcomes of reform efforts situated in different cultural contexts.

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Gender & Sexuality

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Gender & Sexuality


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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality in Education brings together researchers from around the globe to explore how gender and sexuality shape the experiences of a wide range of educational levels. The Encyclopedia offers insights into research on the affordances, impact, and disparities in education related to gender and sexuality in their most complex, intersectional, and transnational forms.

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