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Imaginary Social Worlds: A Cultural Approach

John L. Caughey - Social Science - 1984 - 280 pages
The violent fantasies of such figures as Mark David Chapman, killer of John Lennon, and John Hinckley, would-be assassin of President Reagan, have commonly been interpreted, by ...
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Varieties of qualitative research

John Van Maanen, James M. Dabbs, Robert R. Faulkner, American Psychological Association. Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology - Business & Economics - 1982 - 152 pages
The authors of this volume highlight innovative ways of collecting and analyzing qualitative data about organizations and provide in-depth illustrations of three alternative ...
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The dream beside me: the movies and the children of the Forties

Carol T. Williams - Performing Arts - 1980 - 304 pages
Argues that adult attitudes towards romance, sexuality, love, and beauty were shaped by the myths and ideals portrayed in the movies
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Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary American Nonfiction

James N. Stull - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 155 pages
Departing from previous discussions of literary nonfiction in terms of its being literature or journalism, this new study treats literary nonfiction as autobiography, examining ...
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Representations: Social Constructions of Gender

Rhoda Kesler Unger - Social Science - 1989 - 326 pages
Violating our expectations about psychology, this book contains a mine replete with a variety of metals.
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Alice Walker: A Life

Evelyn C. White - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 538 pages
A full-length portrait of the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer draws on letters, journals, and interviews to discuss her birth into a family of Georgia sharecroppers, the ...
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Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women

Elizabeth Wurtzel - Social Science - 1998 - 434 pages
Explores the history of famous and infamous manipulative women, describing the motivations for and consequences of their behavior
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Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women

Elizabeth Wurtzel - Social Science - 1999 - 436 pages
In an entertaining feminist manifesto, the author of Prozac Nation explores the history of famous and infamous manipulative women and describes the motivations for and ...
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Child and Adolescent Development

F. Philip Rice - Psychology - 1997 - 588 pages
This broad, comprehensive introduction to development combines chronological and topical approaches by discussing the major topics of development under two major age divisions ...
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