Presents both sides of the debate over abortion in the United States in historical, international, and medical contexts, including summaries and excerpts of historical documents, and data on abortion incidences and practice.
A Guide to Multicultural Literature for Children
Accomplished library media specialist and arts instructor, Kristin Fontichiaro discusses how drama and shadow puppetry can be used as tools to meet curriculum objectives in the K-8 media center.
Suitable for managers struggling to succeed and innovate in knowledge-based economy, this handbook helps business people build smarter, successful companies by maximizing the intelligence that already exists within their organizations.
Tells the story of the Bowery Boys, portrayed in popular media as a gang of streetwise toughs, they were a political force in the streets of New York before the Civil War with a well-developed agenda for political and economic reform.
With a well-publicized trial in the foreground, this volume explores psychiatric diagnoses, the meaning of ´´disability,´´ and current law regarding when psychological conditions should allow for special allowances.
ABC-CLIO´s Contemporary World Issues series comprises comprehensive, balanced, one-volume reference handbooks on important topics related to science, technology, and medicine; the environment; society; politics, law, and government; criminal justice;...
This encyclopedia explores the many long-standing influences of Africa and people of African descent on the culture of the Americas, while tracing the many ways in which the Americas remain closely interconnected with Africa.
Based on the latest research, this work provides a new look at the lives of African Americans in the Western United States, from the colonial era to the present.
Beliefs and Practices Through History