government

Community Conflict

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book,Coleman
Date: 
1957
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A publication of the Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University.
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English
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StateUniversity.com, October 3, 2012: (James S. Coleman (1926-1995); a major twentieth-century figure in the sociology of education, James S. Coleman was a social theorist and an empirical researcher with a prevailing interest in social problems in education-tackling issues that were sometimes unpopular; his major work was done as professor in the Johns Hopkins University Department of Sociology (1960-1972) and at the University of Chicago in Sociology and the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) as a research director (1956-1959 and 1973-1995); he published more than thirty books and many articles; besides being president of the American Sociological Association (1993-1997), he worked on the creation of the National Educational Longitudinal Study database, which he used extensively in his research)
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Thought Bombs #30

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PO Box 721
Homewood, IL 60430
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Thought Bombs #30
Date: 
2009
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30
Abstract: 
Thought Bombs is a zine that collects essays by Anthony Rayson.
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Hey, Kidz! Buy This Book: A Radical Primer on Corporate and Governmental Propaganda and Artistic Activism for Short People

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Book, Moore, Anne Elizabeth
Date: 
2004
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"Hey, Kidz! Buy This Book: A Radical Primer to Corporate and Governmental Propoganda and Artistic Activism for Short People is a how-to guide for young adults who have a problem with the way the world works but don't yet know how to achieve their goals for world change. Providing a solid introduction to media literacy and easy-to-follow instructions for influencing and creating media on your own, Hey, Kidz! emphasizes the importance of community building, teamwork, historical research, and creative self-expression."
Language: 
English
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Abstract taken from back cover.
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1-932360-35-2

Autonomy: for Individual & Collective Self-Rule

Date: 
May 2000
Volume: 
May Day 2000
Abstract: 
self-published zine of various essays, articles and excerpts pertaining to anarchism throughout history and today, especially in the United States and the Chicagoland area
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eng
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distributed in Homewood, IL
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