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eFocus collections

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Taylor & Francis is launching six new eFocus collections, taking the total up to 17. All of the collections include a cross-section of materials including reference works, overviews, and original research to provide a wealth of material for a wide range of users. The new collections are in the areas of ethiics; the nternet, culture and society; postcolonialism; race and ethnicity; sexuality studies; and urban studies.

All of the eFocus packages are said to feature an editorially-picked, small collection of titles, include definitive Routledge content, adopt a multi-disciplinary approach, include contributions from renowned authorities, and have new titles added every year.