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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. 

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Digitized Institutions

In this Byte, the contributions consider the way that digitally meditated social processes are transforming institutions. It examines the interconnectedness of institutions and considers digitization across schooling, work, and media, with an eye on inequality.

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Writing for Research

A Time-Saving Guide

Writing is more difficult than it seems. This e-book will get you started and keep you going. It demystifies the craft of writing, and offers lots of tips and ideas to make writing manageable.

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Analysing Data

A Time-Saving Guide

When you've collected all your data, what do you do next? Whether it's qualitative or quantitative, this e-book explains how to prepare, code, and analyse your data. The book offers clear guidance to help you turn a morass of raw data into cogent findings.

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Collecting Primary Data

A Time-Saving Guide

Data collection is often the first thing people think of in connection with research. This e-book outlines some of the key issues and offers lots of short-cuts to save you time and stress.

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Managing the Research Process

A Time-Saving Guide

In reality, people need to fit research in with all their other commitments. This e-book is full of practical hints and tips to show you how to manage research alongside work, family, and social life.

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The State

Edited by Viviene E. Cree

Through case-study examples this Byte explores individual and social problems that are characterised as moral panics.

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Gender and Family

Edited by Viviene E. Cree
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Childhood and Youth

Edited by Gary Clapton

Addresses moralising within discourses of childhood and youth and asks how we might do things differently.

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Moral Regulation

Edited by Mark Smith

This byte teases out some of the fundamentally moral questions that continue to perplex us, about life and death, good and evil, and sex and the body.

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