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Shirley

Author : Charlotte Brontë
ISBN : HARVARD:32044024352320
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Institutional Racism

Author : Shirley Better
ISBN : 0742560163
Genre : Social Science
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In the United States the economic exploitation of non-white groups has included the reliance on African American slave labor by Southern plantation owners, the systematic removal of Native Americans from their homelands to make room for white settlers, and the relegation of non-white workers to the most low-paid, dangerous and dirty jobs. Through numerous examples Shirley Better demonstrates that racism is embedded within the fabric of American society, restricting equal access to educational opportunities, employment, and housing. Having outlined the causes and effects of institutional racism, the Better presents numerous strategies for individuals and groups to combat this pervasive social problem.

Shirley

Author : Susan Scarf Merrell
ISBN : 9780147516190
Genre : Fiction
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Moving into the home of famed writer Shirley Jackson and her college professor husband during the summer of 1964, a graduate student and his pregnant wife forge an uneasy friendship with their hosts that is complicated by Jackson's mercurial nature and her turbulent marriage.

Welcome To Shirley

Author : Kelly McMasters
ISBN : 1610397061
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a down-and-out service town to the glittering Hamptons, a shadow falls over a girl's magical childhood

Let It Go

Author : Dame Stephanie Shirley
ISBN : 9781782341536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dame Stephanie Shirley is one of Britain's leading philanthropists and has donated most of her life to helping good causes, especially those close to her heart. This fascinating memoir charts Dame Stephanie's life from her time as a child in Germany and arrival in England as an unaccompanied Kindertransport refugee through to her retirement and dedication to charity. It is an amazing read which will take you through the entire range of emotions - from happiness at the success of her original company Freelance Programmers through to the ultimate sadness of losing her only child. This eBook edition has been specially formatted by Andrews UK and includes photographs from Dame Stephanie's personal collection. "Whether the challenges are being a child refugee, having an autistic child or creating a fortune (then giving it all away) by founding a tech company at a time when women were supposed to be home baking bread, Dame Stephanie Shirley's cinematic memoir inspires us all to keep reaching. Never stop reaching." - David Puttnam "I feel lucky to count myself one of Steve’s friends, and I am so happy that, by sharing her story with us in the pages of this book, she will inevitably acquire many more admirers and fans. We may never be able to achieve a fraction of her success and influence, but the example of her generosity and unflagging attempts to use her hard won fortune to do good will inspire all of us to do just that bit more to leave the world a slightly better place than we found it." - Jane Asher

Shirley Jackson

Author : Bernice M. Murphy
ISBN : 9780786423125
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This collection of essays widens the scope of Jackson scholarship with new writing on works such as The road through the wall and We have always lived in the castle and topics from Jackson's domestic fiction to ethics, cosmology, and eschatology. The book makes available some of the significant Jackson scholarship published in the last two decades"--Provided by publisher.

Institutions And Development

Author : M. M. Shirley
ISBN : 9781848443990
Genre : Business & Economics
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Both economic research and the history of foreign aid suggest that the largest barriers to development arise from a society's institutions - its norms and rules. This book explains how institutions drive economic development. It provides numerous examples to illustrate the complex, interlocking, and persistent nature of real world rules and norms.

More Than Petticoats Remarkable Montana Women

Author : Gayle Shirley
ISBN : 9780762766925
Genre : History
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More than Petticoats: Remarkable Montana Women, 2nd Edition celebrates the women who shaped the Treasure State. Short, illuminating biographies and archival photographs and paintings tell the stories of women from across the state who served as teachers, writers, entrepreneurs, and artists.

Shirley

Author : Noa Abarbanel
ISBN : 9659077815
Genre : Alternative comic books, strips, etc
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Shirley

Author : Sue Bates
ISBN : 0850338697
Genre : History
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Shirley developed as an isolated farming community along an ancient road, known by 1332 as Shirley Street. In the 18th century traffic had increased along Shirley Street and inns sprang up to cater for the needs of travellers. This led to ‘sportsmen’ coming in large numbers to indulge in banned pursuits such as bull-baiting, prize fighting and cock-fighting and the inevitable drinking and gambling. By 1831 this changed when the Rev. Archer Clive built a chapel-of-ease. It was created a separate parish and the independent history of Shirley had begun.

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