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The Nation

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105006745157
Genre : Current events
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Mourning The Nation

Author : Bhaskar Sarkar
ISBN : UOM:39015080837431
Genre : History
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A work of film studies that traces how the traumatic Partition of India and Pakistan has been represented (or not represented) in Indian cinema from 1947 to the present.

The Nation S Health

Author : Philip Randolph Lee
ISBN : UOM:39015049992681
Genre : Health care reform
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A compendium of articles overviewing factors affecting the health of Americans. Topics discussed include tobacco, AIDS, the rationing of healthcare, preventive care, and the relationship between socioeconomic class and health. This new edition offers increased emphasis on public health and on women'

The Nation S Schools

Author : Michael Vincent O'Shea
ISBN : UOM:39015023989406
Genre : Education
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The Nation Builders

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ISBN : UIUC:30112098028142
Genre : Government publications
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Materializing The Nation

Author : Robert John Foster
ISBN : UOM:39015055865599
Genre : History
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"Foster shows us how seemingly banal activities like making a phone call, chewing betel nut, watching a Coke commercial may give important insights into the ways in which the nation is constructed, materialized or contested."—Orvar Löfgren, author of On Holiday: A History of Vacationing Why, in the current era of globalization, does nationality remain an important dimension of personal and collective identities? In Materializing the Nation, Robert J. Foster argues that the contested process of nation making in Papua New Guinea unfolds not only through organized politics but also through mundane engagements with commodities and mass media. He offers a thoughtful critique of recent approaches to nationalism and consumption and an ethnographic perspective on constructs of the nation found in official policy documents, letters to the editor, school textbooks, song lyrics, advertisements, and other materials. This volume will appeal to readers interested in the links among nationalism, consumption, and media, in Melanesia and elsewhere.

The Working Press Of The Nation

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ISBN : UOM:39015023711941
Genre : American newspapers
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Redefining The Nation State And Citizen

Author : Günay Göksu Özdoğan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132322087
Genre : Citizenship
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The Midwest And The Nation

Author : Andrew Robert Lee Cayton
ISBN : UOM:39015017713879
Genre : History
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"Cayton and Onuf have tried to recapture a central place for region in our thinking while, at the same time, incorporating into their analysis the latest scholarship on gender, political behavior, etc. Theirs is a fine blending of the old and the new: old scholarship and new directions." —Malcolm J. Rohrbough "This is an ambitious work that... truly beongs on the 'must do' reading list of all midwestern and American historians." —American Historical Review "... an impressive interpretive work that will command the attention of regional historians and national scholars alike." —Illinois Historical Journal "... an excellent extended historiographic essay that seeks not only to locate the significance of the region created by the early land ordinance but also to raise issues for the historical examination of other regions of the country." —South Dakota History "What makes this book especially interesting and valuable is that it is informed by the post-modern scholar's view that knowledge can never be objective and eternally true; rather, it is subjective and socially constructed, shaped by the political, social, intellectual, and economic environments in which it is formed." —Western Illinois Regional Studies "The book's review of scholarship about the region is exhaustive, as well as brisk and lucid." —American Studies International "... a rigorous intellecutal analysis of the region's most important historiography." —Gateway Heritage "... an excellent book... " —The Annals of Iowa "What is impressive about this densely written work is the number of secondary works incorporated into the text and the importance of the authors' thesis of the considerable influence of happenings in the Midwest of the nineteenth century." —North Dakota History "There is... much to be praised in this book, and it will be frequently used and discussed by scholars of the early Midwest." —Journal of American History

Guide To The Nation S Hospices

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ISBN : UOM:39015020574896
Genre : Hospices (Terminal care)
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The Nation And The Athenaeum

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ISBN : UCLA:L0069134526
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Protecting The Nation S Seaports

Author : Jon D. Haveman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123593399
Genre : Harbors
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Children S Health The Nation S Wealth

Author : Margaret Tennant
ISBN : NWU:35556030667596
Genre : Camps
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"In 1922 the Wangangui Chronicle reported that a Turakina farm was "fattening more valuable stock than it has ever fattened before in its pastoral records". The "stock" comprised delicate and supposedly malnourished children who, since 1919, had been sent to summer health camps run by the formidable Dr Elizabeth Gunn. The history of children's health camps provides a fascinating study of attitudes and policies relating to childhood in New Zealand. [This book] charts the changes in the social construction of health and childhood. Extensively illustrated and enlivened by personalities and anecdotes, it contains a valuable case study of the relationship between the state and a voluntary movement over eight decades. Moving from the broad sweep of policy concerns to the day-to-day experiences of health camp children, it makes an important contribution to the history of New Zealand childhood. [This book] will appeal to all with an interest in the development of health and social policies during the twentieth century, as well as the many New Zealanders who participated in the health camps."--Back cover.

Power Builds The Nation Transition And Fulfilment

Author : D. J. M. Tate
ISBN : UOM:39015058932743
Genre : Electric power
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Assessing The Nation S Water Resources

Author : Warren Viessman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113744705
Genre : Water-supply
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The Nation S Mantelpiece

Author : Jonathan Conlin
ISBN : UOM:39015069335027
Genre : Art
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Jonathan Conlin discusses the history of the National Gallery - one of the greatest collections of art in the world, and an institution that has courted controversy from the day it opened.

Social Forces And The Nation S Health

Author : United States. Task Force on Social Forces and the Nation's Health
ISBN : UCAL:$B363490
Genre : Health planning
File Size : 81. 11 MB
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Developing The Nation S Work Force

Author : Merle E. Strong
ISBN : UOM:39015008341888
Genre : Labor
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Women The Nation S Narrative

Author : Neloufer De Mel
ISBN : UVA:X004692198
Genre : Nationalism and feminism
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This Book Explores The Development Of Nationalism In Sri Lanka During The Past Century, Particularly Within The Dominant Simhala Buddhist And Militant Tamil Movements.

The Nation S Health

Author : Stephen Lewin
ISBN : UOM:39015004665595
Genre : Medical care
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This survey of the current health care system in the United States is grouped under the following headings: Our sick health care system; The doctor and his practice; National health insurance: do we need it; Health care and the community; Society's values and its health; Bibliography.

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