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Encyclopedia of Censorship [Repost]
Author: tanas.olesya

Encyclopedia of Censorship by Jonathan Green
English | 30 Apr. 2005 | ISBN: 0816044643 | 721 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Although censorship may seem like a thing of the past, current controversies over books, movies, and websites prove it to be a very timely and critical issue. Details
Encyclopedia Of Censorship (Repost)
Author: tika12

Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides, "Encyclopedia Of Censorship"
Facts on File 2005 | ISBN: 0816044643 | 698 pages | PDF | 3,1 MB
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Encyclopedia Of Censorship
Author: tot167

Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides “Encyclopedia Of Censorship"
Facts on File | 2005-05-31 | ISBN: 0816044643 | 698 pages | PDF | 3,2 MB
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Mega Encyclopedia E-Book Collection
Author: stephan89

Mega Encyclopedia E-Book Collection
English | PDF | 13.8 Gb
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Censorship: A World Encyclopedia
Author: arundhati

Derek Jones, "Censorship: A World Encyclopedia"
2002 | ISBN-10: 1579581358 | 2950 pages | PDF | 224 MB
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Huge Encyclopedias - EBooks Collection
Author: Rare-1

Huge Encyclopedias - EBooks Collection
English | 470 PDF Books | 10.40 Gb
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Encyclopedia of Sociology (5 Volume Set)
Author: lenami

Encyclopedia of Sociology (5 Volume Set)
Publisher: Gacl | ISBN: 0028648536 | edition 2000 | PDF | 3516 pages | 12,8 mb

In his preface, editor-in-chief Borgatta also editor-in-chief of the first edition (LJ 7/92), a Dartmouth Medal winner offers two reasons for this revision: public interest and changes in some areas of sociology leading to the realization that "a substantial and thoughtful addition of titles would add breadth and depth to the Encyclopedia." The new encyclopedia presents essays written by scholars about a large number of topics within the broad field of sociology. It continues to be useful both for scholars and professionals investigating new areas of study and for students needing introductory overviews. Where the first edition contains 370 essays in four volumes, the second edition has expanded to five volumes with 60 new essays. New articles include "Censorship and the Regulation of Expression," "Futures Studies as Human and Social Activity," and "Internet." The new edition also revises and updates many of the original essays. For instance, "Feminist Theory" now discusses the 1990s, and its secondary bibliography includes texts published in 1995 and 1999. The second edition also reflects changes in our society and academics by incorporating some topics into different essays or changing the titles of certain articles. As with the first edition, the arrangement is alphabetical by topic. The signed essays provide a thorough and detailed overview of the subject. Secondary bibliographies and See also references occur at the end of each essay. This excellent new edition of an already highly regarded encyclopedia is highly recommended for all academic and larger public libraries. Details
Encyclopedia of Sociology by Edgar Borgatta (5 volumes)
Author: RageOn

Encyclopedia of Sociology by Edgar Borgatta (5 Volumes)
Macmillan USA | ISBN: 0028970519 | January 31, 1992 | PDF 20 Mb

In his preface, editor-in-chief Borgatta also editor-in-chief of the first edition (LJ 7/92), a Dartmouth Medal winner offers two reasons for this revision: public interest and changes in some areas of sociology leading to the realization that "a substantial and thoughtful addition of titles would add breadth and depth to the Encyclopedia." The new encyclopedia presents essays written by scholars about a large number of topics within the broad field of sociology. It continues to be useful both for scholars and professionals investigating new areas of study and for students needing introductory overviews. Where the first edition contains 370 essays in four volumes, the second edition has expanded to five volumes with 60 new essays. New articles include "Censorship and the Regulation of Expression," "Futures Studies as Human and Social Activity," and "Internet." The new edition also revises and updates many of the original essays. For instance, "Feminist Theory" now discusses the 1990s, and its secondary bibliography includes texts published in 1995 and 1999. The second edition also reflects changes in our society and academics by incorporating some topics into different essays or changing the titles of certain articles. As with the first edition, the arrangement is alphabetical by topic. The signed essays provide a thorough and detailed overview of the subject. Secondary bibliographies and See also references occur at the end of each essay. This excellent new edition of an already highly regarded encyclopedia is highly recommended for all academic and larger public libraries. Details
Peter Hunt, International Companion Encyclopedia Of Children's Literature
Author: Direktor69

Peter Hunt, International Companion Encyclopedia Of Children's Literature Vol 1
ISBN: 0415290546 | edition 2004 | PDF | 656 pages | 3 mb

This highly acclaimed work is an indispensible resource for anyone with a serious interest in children's literature. With over eighty substantial essays by the most respected figures in the field, the International Companion Encyclopedia of Children's Literature provides in-depth coverage of a vast range of themes and issues, from the fairy tale to bibliotherapy, from pony books and teenage fiction to censorship and children's literature in developing countries. Details
Propaganda and Mass Persuasion: A Historical Encyclopedia, 1500 to the Present (Repost)
Author: lenami

Propaganda and Mass Persuasion: A Historical Encyclopedia, 1500 to the Present
Publisher: ABC-Clio | ISBN: 1576078205 | edition 2003 | PDF | 505 pages | 6 mb

The encyclopedia contains more than 250 entries, from Abolitionism/antislavery movement to Zionism. Many of the entries concern individuals who had any connection with propaganda, such as Hitler, Osama bin Laden, and several U.S. presidents. Various countries of the world and their connection to propaganda are also discussed. Other entries cover events (Gulf War, Reformation and Counter-Reformation ), institutions (CNN, KGB), documents and artifacts (Triumph of the Will, Uncle Tom's Cabin ), movements (Civil Rights Movement, Environmentalism ), and techniques (Advertising, Censorship, Television). Details
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