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Class Structure In Australian History - Poverty And Progress, Terry Irving, Raewyn Connell Jan 2014

Class Structure In Australian History - Poverty And Progress, Terry Irving, Raewyn Connell

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

First published in 1980, this book is an updated and reorganized account of the history of the class structure in Australia. A new chapter discusses the period 1975-1991, and there is a new theoretical chapter introducing the reader to modern debates about class. Separate sections for documents and photographs support the narrative. Extensive notes provide a guide to research literature.


Industrial Resources: Christian County - Hopkinsville, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1992

Industrial Resources: Christian County - Hopkinsville, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Christian County

"Resources for Economic Development: Hopkinsville – Christian County, Kentucky" prepared by the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, Division of Research, and the Hopkinsville – Christian County Economic Development Council, 1993. The report includes, but is not limited to, information about: population, labor market, local manufacturing, transportation, utilities, fuel, water, sewage, industrial sites, local government and services, taxes, educational and health facilities, housing, communication, recreation, natural resources, markets, and climate.


Bud Clark Leaving Office, Bud Clark Dec 1992

Bud Clark Leaving Office, Bud Clark

Ernie Bonner Collection

No abstract provided.


Determinants Of Farmers' Satisfactions With Farming And With Life: A Replication And Extension, C. Milton Coughenour, Louis Swanson Dec 1992

Determinants Of Farmers' Satisfactions With Farming And With Life: A Replication And Extension, C. Milton Coughenour, Louis Swanson

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

The purpose of this study is to broaden the understanding of the determinants of farmers' satisfactions with life as a whole and with farming per se by replicating and extending Molnar's 1985 study of the overall subjective well-being of Alabama farmers. Data from a 1982 study of Kentucky farmers are used to accomplish this objective. Molnar's conclusions regarding the individual and structural determinants of farmers' global well-being are generally confirmed. In addition, the farmer's global satisfaction with life is shown to be related to his satisfaction with farming but the structural determinants of global and farm satisfaction ...


Community Structural Changes And The Nature Of Leadership, Gina L. Gilbreath Dec 1992

Community Structural Changes And The Nature Of Leadership, Gina L. Gilbreath

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

Many communities in the Southeastern United States have experienced dramatic social and demographic change during the past two decades. Much of this change is brought about by population growth as well as other socioeconomic transformations such as increases in per capita income and educational attainment. One result has been an obvious change in leadership and social structure at the county level as engendered by these population and socio-economic factors. The objective of this research is to examine the nature of leadership and structural change in a Southern county that has been experiencing this categorical type of transformation. More specifically, this ...


Employment Migration Among Graduates Of Southern Land-Grant Universities, John A. Ballweg, Li Li Dec 1992

Employment Migration Among Graduates Of Southern Land-Grant Universities, John A. Ballweg, Li Li

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

This research addresses the geographic mobility of 2,028 graduates of 15 Southern land-grant universities. Concern was directed toward those who accepted positions outside the state where they graduated compared with those who remained within the state. The study uses panel data involving a 1976-77 survey while students were enrolled in an agriculture curriculum at land-grant schools and a follow-up survey a decade later. Migration patterns were identified and both demographic characteristics and employment history were examined. Migrant graduates were compared with non-migrant graduates according to what they considered important in accepting a first job as well as actual job ...


Concern About Eating Genetically Engineered Food, Glenn D. Israel, Thomas J. Hoban Dec 1992

Concern About Eating Genetically Engineered Food, Glenn D. Israel, Thomas J. Hoban

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

Concern about eating genetically engineered food is explored for a sample of residents from Florida and North Carolina. Previous research on consumers' food safety concerns and perceived risk associated with food production suggests that concern about genetically engineered food is influenced by three factors. Concern is influenced by how well informed consumers are about food technology, their capacity to understand that information, and the compatibility of genetic engineering with consumers' moral beliefs. Utilizing logistic regression, women and persons who viewed genetic engineering to be morally wrong were found to have greater concern about eating genetically engineered foods. Awareness and educational ...


Agriculture, The Environment And Rural Sociology In The South, John K. Thomas Dec 1992

Agriculture, The Environment And Rural Sociology In The South, John K. Thomas

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

Agricultural conservation research was revived by rural sociologists in the late 1970s and gained momentum during the 1980s. Most of this research was focused, however, on social and farm organizational factors affecting technology adoption and diffusion. Few studies included environmental factors such as soil characteristics, land physiography, and climate. This paper reviews rural sociologists' recent attention to environmental factors. Next, it describes the ecological and agricultural variation among production regions in the South and overviews Southern producers' participation in federal farm conservation programs. Finally, it prescribes three tasks for rural sociologists in the South to consider if they are to ...


Job Placement Of Jtpa-Trained Welfare Recipients: Implications For The Jobs Program In Southern And Nonmetro States, Linda M. Ghelfi Dec 1992

Job Placement Of Jtpa-Trained Welfare Recipients: Implications For The Jobs Program In Southern And Nonmetro States, Linda M. Ghelfi

Journal of Rural Social Sciences

The new Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Training Program was instituted to provide education, training, and employment for adults receiving Aid to Families with Dependent Children. This study uses job placement rates for AFDC recipients trained through Job Training Partnership Act programs to gauge the difficulty participants in the new program may have in finding jobs. The results indicate that, at minimum, there would have been 56 percent more participants in the new JOBS program than there were in Job Training Partnership Act programs had the JOBS program started in the 1986 program year. Only about 60 percent of the ...


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers And The "Curse Of Doug Williams", Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1992

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers And The "Curse Of Doug Williams", Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

With the end of the National Football League's regular season, we have come to the end of another season of despair for the Tampa Bay Bucs. New levels of futility were achieved as the Bucs turned in their tenth consecutive season in which they have lost at least ten games. And the Bucs don't just lose, they lose in new and creative ways. This is a team of legendary incompetence, whose poor performance over a sustained period of time is earning them a special place in the history of the NFL.


Can A Meanie Make It In Sitcomland?, Joseph Turow Dec 1992

Can A Meanie Make It In Sitcomland?, Joseph Turow

Departmental Papers (ASC)

No abstract provided.


Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 24, 1992, Sue Burch Dec 1992

Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 24, 1992, Sue Burch

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Sue Burch to Mary Smith Forman accepting the scholarship awarded to her.


Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of The Lucile Elliott Scholarship, December 23, 1992, Margaret Collins Dec 1992

Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of The Lucile Elliott Scholarship, December 23, 1992, Margaret Collins

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Margaret Collins to Mary Smith Forman thanking SEAALL for the Lucile Elliott Scholarship awarded to Collins.


Letter To Ed Edmonds Regarding Westlaw, December 22, 1992, Donna Bausch Dec 1992

Letter To Ed Edmonds Regarding Westlaw, December 22, 1992, Donna Bausch

Correspondence

A letter from Donna Bausch to Ed Edmonds regarding DIALOG access on Westlaw.


The Ten Days Of Christmas: Tv Sports, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1992

The Ten Days Of Christmas: Tv Sports, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

The Twelve Days of Christmas we don't have, but we do have ten days of Christmas from December 25 through January 3 during which television offers a mind-boggling array of football, basketball(professional and college), and hockey. Sports television in the late 20th century may have spawned an entirely new concept of the days of Christmas.


Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 22, 1992, Marguerite Most Dec 1992

Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 22, 1992, Marguerite Most

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Marguerite Most to Mary Smith Forman accepting the SEAALL Scholarship awarded to her.


Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 22, 1992, Catherine Lemann Dec 1992

Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 22, 1992, Catherine Lemann

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Catherine Lemann to Mary Smith Forman accepting the SEAALL Scholarship awarded to her.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 017, Number 22, December 21, 1992, Grand Valley State University Dec 1992

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 017, Number 22, December 21, 1992, Grand Valley State University

1992-1993, Volume 17

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Letter To Sue Burch Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Sue Burch Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Sue Burch notifying Burch that she has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Margaret Collins Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Margaret Collins Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Margaret Collins notifying Collins that she has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding The Southeastern Law Librarian, December 18, 1992, Gretchen Wolf Dec 1992

Letter To Mary Smith Forman Regarding The Southeastern Law Librarian, December 18, 1992, Gretchen Wolf

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Gretchen Wolf to Mary Smith Forman requesting a report from the Scholarship Committee for publication in the Southeastern Law Librarian.


Letter To Kevin Hourihan Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Kevin Hourihan Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Kevin Hourihan notifying Hourihan that he has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Catherine Lemann Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Catherine Lemann Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Catherine Lemann notifying Lemann that she has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Barbara Gilbert James Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Barbara Gilbert James Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Barbara Gilbert James notifying James that she has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Marguerite Most Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Marguerite Most Regarding Award Of A Seaall Scholarship, December 18, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to Marguerite Most notifying Most that she has been selected as a recipient of a SEAALL scholarship.


Letter To Scholarship Committee Members Regarding Scholarship Amounts, December 17, 1992, Mary Smith Forman Dec 1992

Letter To Scholarship Committee Members Regarding Scholarship Amounts, December 17, 1992, Mary Smith Forman

Scholarship Committee

A letter from Mary Smith Forman to SEAALL Scholarship Committee members discussing a proposal for adjusting the amounts to be awarded for the Lucile Elliott Scholarship.


Bow Use In The Great Basin, Andrew Ugan Dec 1992

Bow Use In The Great Basin, Andrew Ugan

Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects

The bow and arrow is a tool with a very long history. In the Old World its use dates back to paleolithic times, with firm evidence in the form of arrow shafts dated to the early ninth millennium b.c. (McEwen, Miller, & Bergman, 1991). More tenuous evidence from projectile points in Africa may push that back as far as 11000 b.c. (Blitz, 1988). The focus of this paper, however, will be the adoption and subsequent use of the bow in the Great Basin region of the West.


Meeting Minutes, Wku Staff Council Dec 1992

Meeting Minutes, Wku Staff Council

Staff Council

Minutes of December 16, 1992 meeting.


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Focus On Herd Size: South Dakota Beef Cattle; Winter Grain Market Potential, Donald C. Taylor, Dillion M. Feuz, Richard Shane Dec 1992

Focus On Herd Size: South Dakota Beef Cattle; Winter Grain Market Potential, Donald C. Taylor, Dillion M. Feuz, Richard Shane

Economics Commentator

No abstract provided.