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Youth In Australia - Policy, Administration And Politics, Terry Irving, David Maunders, Geoff Sherington Jan 2014

Youth In Australia - Policy, Administration And Politics, Terry Irving, David Maunders, Geoff Sherington

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

This book describes and analyses the development of youth policy in Australia since the end of World War II. Three eras are distinguished in terms of how society constructed youth as a problem: as juvenile delinquency (to 1960); as a generation gap (to the mid-1970s); and most recently as a wasted resource (1975-1990). In each period chapters cover: the social and demographic context and images of young people; policy development; bureaucratic structures; and the politics of youth and youth policy.


Arkansas City Directories, 1871-1995 Dec 1995

Arkansas City Directories, 1871-1995

SARA finding aids

This collection contains city directories for the state of Arkansas.


Sid Mcmath/Travis Mathis Letters, 1954-1995 Dec 1995

Sid Mcmath/Travis Mathis Letters, 1954-1995

Finding aids

The collection includes two letters and a photocopy of a grand jury report.


Historic Downtown Little Rock (Ark.) Collection, 1931-1995 Dec 1995

Historic Downtown Little Rock (Ark.) Collection, 1931-1995

Finding aids

This collection contains miscellaneous material related to the history of Little Rock, Arkansas. Most of the material deals with the development and historic preservation of the downtown area. There are also miscellaneous Arkansas newspapers covering Arkansas history, as well as World War II. The collection also includes a member list for the STOP Committee. This organization was formed during the "Lost Year" of 1958-1959 in which Little Rock public schools were closed in the wake of the desegregation crisis at Little Rock Central High School. The committee was formed as a counterweight to the segregationists.


Governor’S Task Force On The Retention Of Historic State Records Collection, 1994-1995 Dec 1995

Governor’S Task Force On The Retention Of Historic State Records Collection, 1994-1995

Finding aids

This collection contains the papers of the Governor's Task Force on the Retention of Historic State Records, 1994-1995.


Commission For Arkansas' Future Records, 1989-1995 Dec 1995

Commission For Arkansas' Future Records, 1989-1995

Finding aids

This collection includes the papers and correspondence of the commission's Executive Director (Pat Lile), minutes of commission meetings, surveys, grant proposals and reports, organizational papers, general correspondence, publicity and news clippings, brochures and publications, records of teleconferences and local public meetings, along with drafts of progress and final reports of the commission.


Robert B. Davis Collection, 1971-1995 Dec 1995

Robert B. Davis Collection, 1971-1995

Finding aids

This collection contains publications written by and about Robert B. Davis. It also includes a booklet and photographs from the Arkansas Semi-Centennial Oil Celebration in El Dorado, Arkansas, and tapes and a transcript from an interview of Nellie Flournoy-Swilley conducted in 1979 concerning the residents of Union County in the latter half of the 19th and early 20th centuries.


John Shoemaker Manuscripts, 1995 Dec 1995

John Shoemaker Manuscripts, 1995

Finding aids

This collection contains two stories written by John Shoemaker and one photograph.


Pax Yearbook 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy Dec 1995

Pax Yearbook 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy

The Pax, 1927; 1946-2020

Yearbook of Subiaco Abbey and Academy for the 1994-1995 school year.


Subiaco Guide 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy Dec 1995

Subiaco Guide 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy

The Subiaco Guide, 1902-1992

Course catalog and directory for Subiaco Academy, entitled "The Subiaco Guide," for the 1995-1996 school year.


Ottis Kesiah Hodge Byrd Dec 1995

Ottis Kesiah Hodge Byrd

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


December 28, 1995, Arkansas Baptist State Convention Dec 1995

December 28, 1995, Arkansas Baptist State Convention

Arkansas Baptist Newsmagazine, 1995-1999

No abstract provided.


Even Friends Cannot Have All Things In Common: Aristotle's Critique Of Plato's Republic, Christos C. Evangeliou Dec 1995

Even Friends Cannot Have All Things In Common: Aristotle's Critique Of Plato's Republic, Christos C. Evangeliou

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

Aristotle considered as the core of Plato's ideal polity the proposal of communism in its double form, community of women and children and community of property for the guardians who, thus, would be able to provide the means to achieving the perfect unification of the state. Aristotle objected to these innovations and came out as a defender of common sense and common Greek political practice. His arguments were intended to show not only the impracticability of Plato's proposals and their incompatibility with common Greek practices but also their undesirability. He believed that, human nature being what it is, a political …


Plato's Theologia Revisited, Gerard Naddaf Dec 1995

Plato's Theologia Revisited, Gerard Naddaf

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

The word theologia is attested for the first time in Plato’s Republic II, 379a4: Hoi tupoi peri theologias. According to Werner Jaeger (The Theology of the Early Greek Philosophers, Oxford 1947, 4-­‐13), Plato coined the word to support the introduction of a new doctrine which resulted from a conflict between the mythical and the natural (rational) approach to the problem of God. For Jaeger, the word theologia designates what Aristotle was later to call theologikê or “first philosophy (hê protê philosophia) – whence his translation of hoi tupoi peri theologias by “outlines of theology.” Victor Goldschmidt, for his part, in …


Material Alteration And Cognitive Activity In Aristotle's De Anima, John Sisko Dec 1995

Material Alteration And Cognitive Activity In Aristotle's De Anima, John Sisko

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

In this paper, I would like to sketch my account of the relation between cognitive activity and material alteration within Aristotle's psychological theory. I will begin by suggesting a new framework through which to view the important issues (§2). I will then show that on Aristotle's account material alteration is required both for any episode of perception in animals taken generally (§3) and for any episode of thought in human beings (§4). Finally, I will examine Aristotle's rationale for supposing that material alteration is required for human thought (§5).


Louise Young Rich Dec 1995

Louise Young Rich

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


Bowl Names And Sponsors: Silliness Abounds, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1995

Bowl Names And Sponsors: Silliness Abounds, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Already some of the big ones are behind us. The annual Blue-Gray Game in which the Confederacy tries to atone for the loss of the big game of 1865 was played in Montgomery, Alabama on Christmas Day. Once again the Gray was out maned. Then came the Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl in which Aloha meant goodbye in any number of ways, and the Weiser Lock Copper Bowl, which asks the question what is a weiser lock and why would you want to lock weisers anyway?


Good News, Christmas 1995 Dec 1995

Good News, Christmas 1995

Good News

A newsletter published for Deaf Catholics in Croydon, PA


Dorothy Parrish Roberson Dec 1995

Dorothy Parrish Roberson

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


Jack Morrell Dec 1995

Jack Morrell

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

Interment: New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery


From The Chair, Suzi Bolton Dec 1995

From The Chair, Suzi Bolton

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


From The Editor, Elise H. Stephens Dec 1995

From The Editor, Elise H. Stephens

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


A House For All Time: The New Old House On White Street, Sim Liddon Dec 1995

A House For All Time: The New Old House On White Street, Sim Liddon

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


A House For All Seasons: Number Six Cruse Alley, Sarah Dudley Hall Edwards Dec 1995

A House For All Seasons: Number Six Cruse Alley, Sarah Dudley Hall Edwards

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Planter's Railway, Paul Harncourt Dec 1995

The Planter's Railway, Paul Harncourt

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The "Door To Nowhere" Leads To "Manure Manor", Elise H. Stephens Dec 1995

The "Door To Nowhere" Leads To "Manure Manor", Elise H. Stephens

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Historic Huntsville Quarterly Of Local Architecture And Preservation: Preservation For All Times And All Seasons, Vol. 21, No. 4, Winter 1995, Historic Huntsville Foundation Dec 1995

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly Of Local Architecture And Preservation: Preservation For All Times And All Seasons, Vol. 21, No. 4, Winter 1995, Historic Huntsville Foundation

The Historic Huntsville Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1995

Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

With Christmas just a few days away and all those last minute gift ideas eluding you, I have come to offer a selection of books for the sports fan or fanatic on your Christmas list.


Robert Huff Dec 1995

Robert Huff

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


Community Economic Development And The Latino Experience, Edwin Melendez, Michael A. Stoll Dec 1995

Community Economic Development And The Latino Experience, Edwin Melendez, Michael A. Stoll

Gastón Institute Publications

Just as people had high expectations for the Great Society programs instituted to address poverty after the Watts riots of 1965 so, too, did people have high hopes for a turning point in federal initiatives to address the plight of the urban poor after the Los Angeles rebellion of 1992. Indeed, both analysts and community activists were hopeful that a more sympathetic administration would be able to capitalize on the political momentum that resulted from their electoral victory and implement somewhat unpopular programs in Congress. This could not have come at a better time for blacks and Latinos in the …