Learn to Write Badly How to Succeed in the Social Sciences
Michael Billig Paperback
Using examples from diverse fields such as linguistics, sociology and experimental social psychology, Billig shows how technical terminology is regularly less precise than simpler language.
World Trade Review
An independent journal that includes articles written from economic, legal, political and inter-disciplinary perspectives on issues of relevance to the multilateral trading system.
Antisemitism and The American Far Left
Stephen H. Norwood Paperback
Stephen H. Norwood has written the first systematic study of the American far left's role in both propagating and combating antisemitism.
Experience Shakespeare like never before with a new series of iPad apps designed by Cambridge University Press and Agant.
AI EDAM publishes original articles about significant AI theory and applications based on the most up-to-date research in all branches and phases of engineering.
English in Mind
Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks and Peter Lewis-Jones, with Richard Carter Cambridge English
Written for teenagers, English in Mind creates an inspiring learning experience for secondary students.
Cambridge Books Online
Cambridge Books Online offers access to e-books from our world-renowned publishing programme, covering subjects from all disciplines across science, technology and medicine, as well as humanities and social sciences.
Cambridge IGCSE Geography Theme 1
Gary Cambers & Steve Sibley Digital Product
Cambridge IGCSE Geography supports in the delivery of the Cambridge IGCSE curriculum, offering expertise, building confidence and providing guidance in preparing for examinations.
Thinking Skills Second Edition
John Butterworth and Geoff Thwaites Paperback
The only endorsed book offering complete coverage of the Cambridge International AS and A Level syllabus.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
JMBA is an international journal, publishing original research on all aspects of marine biology. It includes pioneering work taking place today on major issues concerning marine organisms and their environment.
Language Teaching with Technology
Graham Stanley Paperback
This book puts pedagogy first, with the content organised around areas of language learning rather than technology types.
Applied Psycholinguistics publishes original research papers on the psychological processes involved in language.
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Girls lead the way as Commonwealth celebrates its brightest young writers
New Zealander Katherine McIndoe and Guernsey girl Tabitha Carr are named Junior and Senior Winners of the 2013 Commonwealth Essay Competition, sponsored by Cambridge University Press.
Cambridge reports eleventh year of growth driven by digital focus
Cambridge University Press has reported an eleventh successive year of growth for the year ended 30 April 2013.
First MOOC on Computing for schools now live for all
The first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) designed to support teaching and learning of Computing in schools has gone live for all.
And that makes five: Press author wins Bentley Book Prize
John Thornton, Press author, has been named as co-winner of this year’s Jerry Bentley Book Prize at the World History Association. This brings the total number of Press authors receiving this award to five.
Cambridge University Press Partners with Knewton
Cambridge University Press’ industry-leading digital products to be enhanced by Knewton adaptive learning technology.
New research: large carnivores bounce back from near extinction in Manas, north-east India
The population of large carnivores in Manas, north-east India is bouncing back from near extinction, a recent study has found.
New Academic books’ blog launched to showcase Cambridge authors and scholarship
Cambridge has launched a new Academic books’ blog, fifteeneightyfour, which will showcase the wide variety of scholarship published by Cambridge and highlight the expertise of Press authors.
Cambridge author wins coveted Royal Historical Society Whitfield Prize
Cambridge University Press author Ben Griffin has been named winner of the prestigious Royal Historical Society’s Whitfield Prize.
How the Drake Equation contributed to the search for life beyond Earth
To celebrate the publication of a special issue of International Journal of Astrobiology, two articles are being made freely available to the public.