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This accessible book presents approaches to planning, carrying out, and analyzing research projects with children and youth from a social constructivist perspective. Rich, contextualized examples illustrate how to elicit and understand the lived experiences of…
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An eclectic and highly original examination of one of the most dynamic concepts-and constructs-in the world.   With more than one billion overweight adults in the world today, obesity has become an epidemic. But fat is not as straightforward-or even as…

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Illustrated quotations on the time-honored values of The People: the balance of the forces of nature; stewardship of the land; the nature of change; a responsibility to future generations; more.
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Going well beyond graphic descriptions of death row’s madness and suicide-inducing realities, Writing for Their Lives offers powerful, compassionate, and harrowing accounts of prisoners rediscovering the value of life from within the brutality and boredom…

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This is a reprint of the bestselling 1922 classic on birth-control and women's rights with new chapters by George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, and articles culled from the "New York Times".

Being Muslim

by Haroon Siddiqui

|August 3, 2006

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Since 9/11, the world has been confronted with the most volatile facets of Islam with little explanation of how or why these controversial elements developed. Written by one of North America's most honored journalists, "Being Muslim" presents an up-front and…

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This anthology of fourteen autobiographical narratives about growing up in America's diverse society takes us all across the United States: to the Watts barrio and idyllic Hawaii; to rural Alabama and the urban centers of New York and Boston; to neighborhoods in…

The Jungle

by Upton Sinclair

|April 2, 1985

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“Practically alone among the American writers of his generation, [Sinclair] put to the American public the fundamental questions raised by capitalism in such a way that they could not escape them.” —Edmund Wilson When it was first published in…
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A tribute to the courageous chiefs and warriors who fought to protect their people and preserve the Native way of life in the face of European expansion across North America: · Sequoyah, a Cherokee who invented a system of writing for his people · Sitting Bull,…

Door To Door

by Tobi Tobin

|October 7, 2003

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In this edgy, frenetic fictionalized memoir, a small-town girl turned linchpin of the Los Angeles club scene draws on her intoxicating but conflicted years working the door of Hollywood's hottest clubs to pen a striking story of ambition, loss, and love. After…

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The road to global security," writes Jeremy Rifkin, "lies in lessening our dependence on Middle East oil and making sure that all people on Earth have access to the energy they need to sustain life. Weaning the world off oil and turning it toward hydrogen is a…
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More chronicles of renowned Native leaders who grappled with the catastrophic arrival of foreigners on their soil, and the measures they took to protect their people: · Tecumseh, the Shawnee leader who tried to unite all tribes into a single alliance · Geronimo,…