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William H. Young

Full Name: William H. Young
Number of Works: 15
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ISBN: 0313361258, 9780313361258
Keywords: 1930s
Pages: 368
Published: 2002
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ISBN: 0313052956, 9780313052958
Keywords: 1950s
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2004

Have the 1950s been overly romanticized? Beneath the calm, conformist exterior, new ideas and attitudes were percolating. This was the decade of McCarthyism, Levittowns, and men in gray flannel suits, but the 1950s also saw bold architectural styles, the rise of paperback novels and the Beat writers, Cinema Scope and film noir, television variety shows, the Golden Age of the automobile, subliminal advertising, fast food, Frisbees, and silly putty. Meanwhile, teens attained a more prominent role in American culture with hot rods, rock 'n' roll, preppies and greasers, and—gasp—juvenile
ISBN: 1401033415, 9781401033415
Keywords: america, centering
Pages: 575
Published: 2002

Centering America portrays and examines an overlooked common vision of contemporary political, social, and environmental reform manifestos-the local progressive ideal-local self-governance and the independent economic individual. This ideal was overcome at the outset of the twentieth century by national progressive beliefs but is being resurrected, providing an agenda on which our centrist political majority can come together. Taking its heading from the temper of the American people and the wisdom of our Founders, the book sets a center-right course for our ship of state. It proposes the kind

Continuing Professional Education in Transition considers important dimensions of the current changing environment of continuing education, including racial and ethnic diversity of professionals and the impact of technological developments on professional practice, and therefore, on continuing education. The text addresses the need to move beyond simply the delivery of content to educating for empowerment, wellness, critical thinking, and entrepreneurship. It also provides a rich discussion of how continuing education is being used to resolve critical issues in the structure and practice of 13