DUNEDIN ACADEMIC PRESS SERIES.

Details of Dunedin Academic Press series are provided below. Clicking on any title in the list will take you to the full details of that book (authors, editors, contributors, contents and bibliographic data) on this website.

CLASSIC GEOLOGY IN EUROPE

A series of concise, authoritative introductory field guides to the exceptional geological areas of Europe; each book in the series serves as an essential companion to earth scientists visiting the regions concerned, be they professional geologist, earth sciences student or curious amateur. Newer titles are illustrated in colour and provide GPS coordinates for many of the sites mentioned in the text.

INTRODUCING [Earth & environmental sciences]...

A series of highly illustrated books intended as a first readers for university students and for adults seeking a concise but scientifically well-grounded introduction to earth and environmental science topics. All the books in the series contain a Glossary of the scientific terms used in the text.

POLICY AND PRACTICE IN EDUCATION

ISSN: 1479-6910

Series Editors: Professor Jim O’Brien (emeritus University of Edinburgh) and Professor Christine Forde (University of Glasgow).

Policy and Practice in Education supports and illuminates the public and professional discussion of education from a Scottish perspective set in the wider context of developments in other countries.

Note the series is now closed and no new titles are being added. The list below is of titles that are still available.

POLICY & PRACTICE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

ISSN: 1750-1407

Series Editors: Professor Charlotte Clarke (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Charlotte Pearson (University of Glasgow)

Editorial Advisory Board: Joyce Cavaye (Open University), Katherine Dill (Trent University, Canada), Susan Hunter (University of Edinburgh), Claire Lightowler (University of Strathclyde), Alison Petch (formerly IRISS).

Policy & Practice in Health and Social Care is a series of books dealing with themes in key areas of health and social practice from a Scottish perspective. It seeks to set Scottish approaches to these public policy areas in a wide international and comparative context. The core readership can be defined as undergraduate, postgraduate and professional. Each book provides an overview of its subject such that someone new to the themes discussed may gain a clear understanding of policy and practice issues.

PROTECTING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE SERIES

ISSN 1756-0691

Series Editors: Julie Taylor (University of Birmingham), Sharon Vincent (University of Northumbria); John Devaney (Queen’s University Belfast).

Editorial Advisory Board: Marian Brandon (University of East Anglia), Anne Lazenbatt (Queen’s University Belfast) Tarja Pöso (University of Tampere), Wendy Rose (emeritus The Open University), Trevor Spratt (Trinity College Dublin).

Protecting Children & Young People is a series of short books, each examines a particular issue in child protection. Books in the series evaluate differing responses to these issues around the world so as to encourage the development of best practice and foster cross-fertilisation of the best policy and practice.

UNDERSTANDING FAITH

ISSN 1744-5833

Series editor: Professor Frank Whaling (emeritus University of Edinburgh)

Titles in Understanding Faith are intended as readers for serious students of comparative religion and as basic source books of essential information about the major world faiths in the 21st century.

Note the series is now closed and no new titles are being added. The list below is of titles that are still available.