Social Sciences

The general scope of social sciences is vast, and Elsevier’s collection of journals, books, and eBooks examine in detail a wide range of topics in this area, from sociology, law, and cognitive science to political science, education, and linguistics. Our Chandos imprint in particular, known for high-quality scholarship in Asian studies, library and information science, and business management, reflects Elsevier’s continuing commitment to these crucial areas of study.

Social Sciences

Redefining ‘Safety’ For Self-Driving Cars

In early November, a self-driving shuttle and a delivery truck collided in Las Vegas. The event, in which no... Read more

Social Sciences

The Economics of Ridiculously Expensive Art

What would possess someone to buy Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundifor US$450 million? You might think it’s an investment –... Read more

Social Sciences

The Man Who Tried to Read All the Books in the World

One man’s quest to create a library of everything, 500 years before Google Books was conceived, foreshadowed the... Read more

Social Sciences

Bodies In Distress

Scholars and practitioners, as well as women and girls of diverse social locations, identify the meeting place of... Read more

Social Sciences

Elsevier’s New Smart Cities Book Series Launched

Smart Cities According to the United Nations, 60% of the world’s population is expected to live in cities... Read more

Social Sciences

Taking your Library Career to the Next Level

Our book, Taking your Library Career to the Next Level, came about from a program we presented at... Read more

Social Sciences

Treating Hidden Wounds – the Case for Putting Psychologists in Trauma Programs

Imagine this: A 17-year-old girl has been shot in an apparent mall robbery. Her parents rush to the... Read more

Psychology; Social Sciences

Cognitive Development in Digital Contexts

Cognitive Development in Digital Contexts is designed to provide a survey of the impact of digital media on... Read more

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