WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS:
Seeking Gender Justice in a Globalizing Age
Selected as an
"OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC TITLE FOR 2010"
by the American Library Association/CHOICE
CHOICE subject editors single out for recognition the most significant
print and electronic works reviewed in CHOICE during the previous
calendar year. Appearing annually in CHOICE’s January issue, this
prestigious list of publications reflects the best in scholarly titles and
attracts extraordinary attention from the academic library community.
In awarding Outstanding Academic Title status, the editors apply several
criteria to reviewed titles:
Overall excellence in presentation and scholarship
Importance relative to other literature in the field
Distinction as a first treatment of a given subject in
book or electronic form
Originality or uniqueness of treatment
Value to undergraduate students
Importance in building undergraduate library
In publishing the Outstanding Academic Titles feature, CHOICE
acknowledges and honours the authors, editors, and publishers of these works for
their vital contribution to the scholarly endeavour.
Reviews for Academic Libraries
is the premier source for reviews of academic books, electronic media, and
Internet resources of interest to those in higher education. More than 35,000
librarians, faculty, and key decision makers rely on CHOICE magazine and
CHOICE Reviews Online for collection development and scholarly research.
CHOICE reaches almost every undergraduate college and university library in
the United States.
The full list of Outstanding Academic Titles for 2010 is in CHOICE, v.48,
no. 05 (January 2011).