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What's new in April 2022

April 21, 2022

Discover 110 new titles from Oxford University Press, published across a wide range of topics — from online consumer autonomy to climate change and global poverty, and from how cold war South Korea shaped the American evangelical empire to how robots will reshape our emotional lives.

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You can find new books in the below subject modules:

Biology – Business and Management – Classical Studies – Computer Science – Economics and Finance – Education – HistoryLaw – Literature  Music – Palliative Care – Philosophy – Physics – Political Science – Psychology – Public Health and Epidemiology – Religion – Social Work – Sociology 

        With Liberty and Justice for All?: The Constitution in the Classroom       Breaking Away: How to Regain Control Over Our Data, Privacy, and Autonomy       Democracy under Fire: Donald Trump and the Breaking of American History       Mobilizing Hope: Climate Change and Global Poverty       Race for Revival: How Cold War South Korea Shaped the American Evangelical Empire       Relationships 5.0: How AI, VR, and Robots Will Reshape Our Emotional Lives