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The East Asian Model Of Economic Development And Developing Countries, Jong H. Park Dec 2002

The East Asian Model Of Economic Development And Developing Countries, Jong H. Park

Faculty Publications

This paper examines the debate on the East Asian model of economic development in light of the different approaches undertaken by different groups of countries (economies) in Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia. The common strengths and weaknesses shared by the East Asian countries (economies) have helped to reinforce the misconception that there is a single East Asian model of economic development. There are, however, significant differences in economic structures as well as development experiences among the East Asian economies, especially between the economic development paradigms of Southeast Asia and Northeast Asia. Nonetheless, one single common thread underlies the differences in ...


"The Future Good And Great Of Our Land": Republican Mothers, Female Authors, And Domesticated Literacy In Antebellum New England, Sarah Robbins Dec 2002

"The Future Good And Great Of Our Land": Republican Mothers, Female Authors, And Domesticated Literacy In Antebellum New England, Sarah Robbins

Faculty Publications

In an 1830s review of Lydia Maria Child's Good Wives published in Sarah Hale's Ladies' Magazine, the enthusiastic commentator quoted above sets Child's latest book within a thriving literary culture that values didactic literature. Acknowledging the importance of a genre I call the domestic literacy narrative, the reviewer confidently asserts that "the prevalent rage for reading" promises to promote not only familial but national well-being-promises, that is, if more books like Child's are regularly published to help train women to direct their family's reading and extract from it principles and behaviors consonant with their country ...


Selected Other Conference Program Summaries, Hal Mendelsohn Oct 2002

Selected Other Conference Program Summaries, Hal Mendelsohn

The Southeastern Librarian

Summaries of selected conference programs. Included: Cataloging 095, by Diane Brown of SOLINET; Virtual Reference, by Josh Boyer, NCSU; New Voices, by Rachel Viggiano, UCF, and Julie Griffith, University of Alabama; Promoting Information Literacy, by Naomi Sutherland.


Globalization Of Financial Markets And The Asian Crisis: Some Lessons For Third World Developing Countries, Jong H. Park Oct 2002

Globalization Of Financial Markets And The Asian Crisis: Some Lessons For Third World Developing Countries, Jong H. Park

Faculty Publications

Park examines the causes of the Asian financial crisis and draws some lessons and implications for a series of issues, which may be of particular relevance to the Third World developing countries. These issues include: the appropriate role of the International Monetary Fund as an international agency in charge of helping member countries to maintain financial stability; the choice of an appropriate exchange rate regime and use of restrictions on private capital flows in the face of rising globalization; and the debate on the East Asian model of economic development.


The Southeastern Librarian V. 50, No. 3 (Fall 2002) Complete Issue Oct 2002

The Southeastern Librarian V. 50, No. 3 (Fall 2002) Complete Issue

The Southeastern Librarian

Complete issue of The Southeastern Librarian, volume 50, no. 3 (Fall 2002).


Message From The President, Ann Hamilton Oct 2002

Message From The President, Ann Hamilton

The Southeastern Librarian

Column by SELA President, Ann Hamilton.


Conference Wrap-Up Oct 2002

Conference Wrap-Up

The Southeastern Librarian

Wrap-up of the SELA/SCLA conference in Charleston.


Sela Breakfast Meeting Oct 2002

Sela Breakfast Meeting

The Southeastern Librarian

Summary of the SELA Breakfast at the 2002 Conference.


Outstanding Southeastern Author Awards Go To Patchett And Carter, Mary Glenn Hearne Oct 2002

Outstanding Southeastern Author Awards Go To Patchett And Carter, Mary Glenn Hearne

The Southeastern Librarian

Mary Glenn Hearne, chair, presented SELA’s 2002 Outstanding Author Awards to Ann Patchett and Jimmy Carter.


Sequoyah (Georgia) Library System Presented Outstanding Southeastern Library Program Award Oct 2002

Sequoyah (Georgia) Library System Presented Outstanding Southeastern Library Program Award

The Southeastern Librarian

The Sequoyah Regional Library System of Canton, Georgia, received the 2002 Outstanding Southeastern Library Program Award.


Presentation Of Gale Grants Oct 2002

Presentation Of Gale Grants

The Southeastern Librarian

Recipients of the SELA grants, made possible by The Gale Group.


Rothrock Award Given To Samuel Morrison, Barry B. Baker Oct 2002

Rothrock Award Given To Samuel Morrison, Barry B. Baker

The Southeastern Librarian

The 2002 SELA Rothrock Award winner is Samuel F. Morrison, Director of the Broward County Library System.


Ginny Frankenthaler Memorial Scholarship In Library Science, Betty Paulk Oct 2002

Ginny Frankenthaler Memorial Scholarship In Library Science, Betty Paulk

The Southeastern Librarian

The 2002 Ginny Frankenthaler Memorial Scholarships in Library Science were awarded to Adrienne Lee and Ann Lafferty Lee at the SELA Conference.


Sela Bestows Mary Glenn Hearne With Honorary Membership, Jim Ward Oct 2002

Sela Bestows Mary Glenn Hearne With Honorary Membership, Jim Ward

The Southeastern Librarian

The Southeastern Library Association awarded an honorary membership to Mary Glenn Hearne.


Stateside News Oct 2002

Stateside News

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent developments from SELA member institutions.


People News Oct 2002

People News

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent professional developments from SELA members.


The Southeastern Librarian Editorial Board And Sela State Representatives Oct 2002

The Southeastern Librarian Editorial Board And Sela State Representatives

The Southeastern Librarian

Listing of editorial board for The Southeastern Librarian and current state SELA representatives.


News From Around The Southeast Oct 2002

News From Around The Southeast

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent developments in librarianship in the southeastern United States.


Resources And Services For Remote Access: A Content Analysis Of Alabama’S Public Four-Year University Library Web Sites, Hanrong Wang, William Hubbard Jul 2002

Resources And Services For Remote Access: A Content Analysis Of Alabama’S Public Four-Year University Library Web Sites, Hanrong Wang, William Hubbard

The Southeastern Librarian

This study examines the web sites of the sixteen Alabama public senior colleges and universities in order to identify the principle characteristics and current trends in web-based services. Because web sites are evolving constantly, the study intends to make a static comparison of web-based resources and services provided by those libraries at a fixed point in time. Besides identifying trends in library web sites, this study will serve as a benchmark for comparisons of future web-based developments and for improving existing services and resources in the subject libraries.


The Southeastern Librarian V. 50, No. 2 (Summer 2002) Complete Issue Jul 2002

The Southeastern Librarian V. 50, No. 2 (Summer 2002) Complete Issue

The Southeastern Librarian

Complete issue of The Southeastern Librarian, volume 50, no. 2 (Summer 2002).


Conference Update, Tom Gilson Jul 2002

Conference Update, Tom Gilson

The Southeastern Librarian

Announcement about the joint SCLA/SELA conference to be held in Charleston, SC on Oct 24th-26th, 2002.


Developing A Mentor Program At The University Of South Florida, Carol Ann Borchert, Jana Futch Martin Jul 2002

Developing A Mentor Program At The University Of South Florida, Carol Ann Borchert, Jana Futch Martin

The Southeastern Librarian

Describes the development of a mentoring program for librarians at the University of South Florida.


From The Editor, Frank R. Allen Jul 2002

From The Editor, Frank R. Allen

The Southeastern Librarian

Column by Frank Allen, editor of The Southeastern Librarian.


Share The Experience: Academic Library, Public Library, And Community Partnerships, Alice Bahr, Nancy Bolton Jul 2002

Share The Experience: Academic Library, Public Library, And Community Partnerships, Alice Bahr, Nancy Bolton

The Southeastern Librarian

Discusses reasons why public and academic libraries would want to partner on various projects, the steps they should take, and some examples of successful partnerships.


Interface-Lift: The Houston Cole Library's Web Page Redesign Project, John-Bauer Graham, Jodi Poe, Kimberly Weatherford Jul 2002

Interface-Lift: The Houston Cole Library's Web Page Redesign Project, John-Bauer Graham, Jodi Poe, Kimberly Weatherford

The Southeastern Librarian

A discussion of the redesign of the web site for the Houston Cole Library at Jacksonville State University. Faculty and student input were taken and the results used to shape the direction of the project.


People News Jul 2002

People News

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent professional developments from SELA members.


Stateside News Jul 2002

Stateside News

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent developments from SELA member institutions.


2001 Southern Books Competition Jul 2002

2001 Southern Books Competition

The Southeastern Librarian

The 2001 Southern Books Competition represents the Southeastern Library Association's commitment to the printed book as a vital part of library service. Awards are made on the basis of design, typography, and quality of production. Judges are knowledgeable book people associated with book design, printing, bookselling, publishing, and librarianship.


Guidelines For Submissions Jul 2002

Guidelines For Submissions

The Southeastern Librarian

Guidelines for submissions to The Southeastern Librarian.


President's Column, Barry B. Baker Jul 2002

President's Column, Barry B. Baker

The Southeastern Librarian

Column by SELA President, Barry Baker.