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1977

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Community Control As A Tool To Enhance School Effectiveness In Low-Income Minority Areas: A Case Study Of School District 7 Of New York City, Cynthia A. Shaw May 1977

Community Control As A Tool To Enhance School Effectiveness In Low-Income Minority Areas: A Case Study Of School District 7 Of New York City, Cynthia A. Shaw

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No abstract provided.


Bail As A Tool Of Oppression: A Case Study Of Fulton County, Joseph Howard Silver May 1977

Bail As A Tool Of Oppression: A Case Study Of Fulton County, Joseph Howard Silver

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This thesis is a study of the oppressive aspects of the bail system in the United States in general and Fulton County, Georgia in particular. Men and women in America are held in jails and committed to prison life for prolonged periods of time before their trials because they are not able to acquire bail. Often these people are found innocent of any wrong doing.

The problem this study focuses upon is to determine whether or not bail is used as a weapon against the poor, the black and political activists. This study was based upon primary data compiled from ...


The Nigerian Third National Development Plan 1975-80: A Speculative Historical Analysis Of The Relationship Between Planning And The Level Of Stability., Victor Akin Ogundipe May 1977

The Nigerian Third National Development Plan 1975-80: A Speculative Historical Analysis Of The Relationship Between Planning And The Level Of Stability., Victor Akin Ogundipe

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No abstract provided.


Race, Class And National Identity In Black Ecuador: Afro-Ecuadorians And The Struggle For Human Rights, David Dixon Apr 1977

Race, Class And National Identity In Black Ecuador: Afro-Ecuadorians And The Struggle For Human Rights, David Dixon

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This study analyzed the social predicament of Ecuador’s black population. The main

objectives of the dissertation were to explain the low social status of Afro-Ecuadorians

from a political economy perspective; to analyze the concept of race and Minority Rights

as an aspect of human rights; and to focus the debate on the Republic of Ecuador’s human

rights policy regarding its black population.

In this methodology, political economy, race analysis and minority rights theory

were developed. It was argued that in black Ecuador slavery, “concertaje,” “mestizaje,”

racial democracy, dependency underdevelopment and white supremacy, as developed in

the Ecuadorian context ...