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Policy Press Bytes
Policy Press Bytes are tasters and sections of titles which can be purchased individually. They allow access to specific parts of larger works and are available in a variety of formats, competitively priced.
We currently have Bytes available for the following books:
- Digital sociologies
- Research and evaluation for busy practitioners
- Revisiting moral panics
- Unequal health
Bytes from Digital sociologies
These Bytes, from Digital sociologies, expand our understanding of what it means to live in and through bodies augmented by digital technologies within a deeply unequal social world. £1.99 each.
Bytes from Research and evaluation for busy practitioners by Helen Kara
This series of short, accessible e-books, from Research and evaluation for busy practitioners, gives an overview of some key aspects of research. At just 99p each the books are full of practical hints and tips, designed to offer maximum benefit at pivotal moments in the research process.
Managing the Research Process
Collecting Primary Data
Writing For Research
Bytes from Revisiting moral panics
Taken from the main book - Revisiting Moral Panics, edited by Viviene E. Cree, Gary Clapton and Mark Smith - these Bytes cover specific areas of interest in moral panic theory.
Available in paperback and ebook formats at £4.99 each, these are ideal reading for students, practitioners and the wider public looking to understand moral panic in their specific area of work or study.
Gender and family edited by Viviene E. Cree
The state edited by Viviene E. Cree
Moral regulation edited by Mark Smith
Childhood and youth edited by Gary Clapton
Bytes from Unequal health by Danny Dorling
These digital-only ebook tasters - priced at just £1.99 each - of Unequal health give a flavour of three major themes: public health, social medicine and inequality and contain three relevant chapters from the book, preceded by an all-new introduction specially written by Danny Dorling. These ‘must-reads’ will introduce an even wider readership to his work.
Public health: cholera to the coalition
Social medicine: polarisation and perspectives
Health inequalities: the Titanic to the crash