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Multiculturalism In Libraries

Author: Rosemary Ruhig Du Mont
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313284182
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"Diversity is going to be the greatest challenge for libraries in the next century, but more books like this one, which seriously look at the many complicated issues, should smooth the way." RQ

A Bibliographic Guide To Educational Research

Author: Dorothea M. Berry
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810823433
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585 new titles, most published from 1980 to 1989, and 213 new editions and supplement volumes of titles cited in the second edition. Appendix and extensive indexes. Recommended for undergraduate bibliographic collections. --ARBA

Black American Families 1965 1984

Author: Walter Recharde Allen
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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This new bibliography offers access to journal articles, books and book chapters, doctoral dissertations and masters theses, government and university reports, and other materials. It covers an extended range of topics and encompasses recent work in the social sciences and health sciences, as well as the human services profession. The bibliographic section presents more than 1,100 numbered citations arranged alphabetically by author, with entries keyed to both broad topic categories and specific subjects. A classified index, with titles, lists works by category and subject, and a key word index cross-references nearly one thousand words that appear in entry titles.

A Bibliographical Guide To Black Studies Programs In The United States

Author: Lenwood G. Davis
Publisher: Greenwood Pub Group
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This book represents the first comprehensive compilation of information about Black Studies programs, departments, institutions, and centers, as well as about the discipline itself. Works by both Black and white writers are covered. Chapter one includes seventy-nine major books and pamphlets on Black Studies. "General Works," chapter two, consists of seventy-two books, many of which discuss the demands of Black students on major university campuses for Black Studies curricula. Chapter three consists of annotated entries for more than sixty-eight dissertations. The largest part of the book, chapter four, contains citations for more than 500 articles. An index listing authors, joint authors, and editors rounds out this resource guide.

Black Labor In America 1865 1983

Author: Joseph Wilson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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The only book of its kind in the field of Afro-American labor studies, this introductory reference surveys the diverse field of Afro-American labor literature from the end of the Civil War to the present. Over ninety percent of the 583 entries have been annotated. Much of the material has been cross-indexed and categorized according to its central focus and approach to the study of Black labor. The bibliography derives its material primarily from books, pamphlets, government documents, dissertations, and privately funded or sponsored studies. Because of the diverse methodological and philosophical approaches to the topic of Black labor, this volume encompasses a variety of related topics, such as employment, legal studies, trade unions, and women.