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AAG Review of Books Winter 2020 Volume 8 Issue 1Volume 8, Issue 1 of The AAG Review of Books has now been published online. This quarterly online journal publishes scholarly reviews of recent books related to geography, public policy and international affairs. It also features review essays reflecting on several books on a particular theme, and book review with multiple contributors discussing a title.

In the first four years of the journal’s publication more than 250 books were reviewed. You can search the full list of books reviewed by title, author, reviewer, theme and other categories using our new database.

Each issue, the Editor chooses two items to feature; these are made available free of charge. In this issue you can read the following book reviews for free:

Psychological Governance and Public Policy: Governing the Mind, Brain and Behaviour by Jessica Pykett, Rhys Jones and Mark WhiteheadNeuroliberalism: Behavioural Government in the Twenty-First Century by Mark Whitehead, Rhys Jones, Rachel Lilley, Jessica Pykett and Rachel HowellBrain Culture: Shaping Policy through Neuroscience by Jessica Pykett Book Review Essay by Eric D. Carter

Psychological Governance and Public Policy: Governing the Mind, Brain and Behaviour by Jessica Pykett, Rhys Jones and Mark Whitehead

Neuroliberalism: Behavioural Government in the Twenty-First Century by Mark Whitehead, Rhys Jones, Rachel Lilley, Jessica Pykett and Rachel Howell

Brain Culture: Shaping Policy Through Neuroscience by Jessica Pykett

Geography: Why It Matters by Alexander B. Murphy Geography: Why It Matters by Alexander B. Murphy

Book Review fora by Corey Johnson, Marie Price, Glen MacDonald, William G. Moseley, Dawn Wright, Alexander B. Murphy

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