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What Farrakhan Left Out: Labor Solidarity Or Racial Separatism?, Peter Dreier Dec 1995

What Farrakhan Left Out: Labor Solidarity Or Racial Separatism?, Peter Dreier

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Redlining, Not Red Tape, Peter Dreier Nov 1995

Redlining, Not Red Tape, Peter Dreier

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

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Bonston's West End: 35 Years After The Bulldozer, Peter Dreier Aug 1995

Bonston's West End: 35 Years After The Bulldozer, Peter Dreier

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Making The Case For Cities, Peter Dreier Jul 1995

Making The Case For Cities, Peter Dreier

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Housing Policy's Moment Of Truth, Peter Dreier, John Atlas Jul 1995

Housing Policy's Moment Of Truth, Peter Dreier, John Atlas

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Perspective On The Environment : The Kitchen As Toxic Waste Dump : If Commercial Interests Have Their Way, We Won't Hear About Safer Alternatives To Hazardous Household Products., Robert Gottlieb May 1995

Perspective On The Environment : The Kitchen As Toxic Waste Dump : If Commercial Interests Have Their Way, We Won't Hear About Safer Alternatives To Hazardous Household Products., Robert Gottlieb

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

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In These Greedy Times, Remember Jackie Robinson: The Fading Lessons Of The Great Ballplayer's Civil-Rights Struggle And Triumphs Should Be Kept Alive In His Hometown, Peter Dreier Mar 1995

In These Greedy Times, Remember Jackie Robinson: The Fading Lessons Of The Great Ballplayer's Civil-Rights Struggle And Triumphs Should Be Kept Alive In His Hometown, Peter Dreier

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

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Beyond Nepa And Earth Day: Reconstructing The Past And Envisioning A Future For Environmentalism: Presented As The Plenary Address To The Bi-Ennial Meeting Of The American Society For Environmental History, Las Vegas, Nevada March 8, 1995, Robert Gottlieb Jan 1995

Beyond Nepa And Earth Day: Reconstructing The Past And Envisioning A Future For Environmentalism: Presented As The Plenary Address To The Bi-Ennial Meeting Of The American Society For Environmental History, Las Vegas, Nevada March 8, 1995, Robert Gottlieb

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

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Behavioral And Community Impacts Of The Portland Needle Exchange Program, Kathleen Joan Oliver Jan 1995

Behavioral And Community Impacts Of The Portland Needle Exchange Program, Kathleen Joan Oliver

Dissertations and Theses

Research questions were: 1: Will Drug Injectors Use An Exchange In A StateWhere Syringes Are Legal? 2: Will Drug Injectors Using An Exchange Decrease Risky Behavior? 3: Will Frequent Clients Change Risk Behaviors More Than Infrequent Clients? 4: Will Drug Injectors Using An Exchange Change Risk Behaviors More Than A Comparison Group Not Using An Exchange? 5: Does An Exchange Have An Impact On The Number Of Discarded Syringes On The Streets? 6: Is There A Difference In The Rate Of Spread Of HIV Infection Among Users And Non-Users Of The Exchange. Drug injectors will use needle exchange programs, even ...


Physical And Environmental Features That Contribute To Satisfaction With Hospice Facilities, Arezu Movahed Jan 1995

Physical And Environmental Features That Contribute To Satisfaction With Hospice Facilities, Arezu Movahed

Dissertations and Theses

Improving the quality of remaining life for individuals who are terminally ill and their families is an issue that has become increasingly important in recent years. This issue has evolved from perceived deficiencies of conventional health care institutions in meeting the needs of people who are in the final stages of their life, when curative measures are no longer deemed appropriate. In response to deficiencies in care of the terminally ill and their families, there has been a movement toward humanizing conventional health care and making it more holistic. Hospice care, which is consistent with this movement, has evolved as ...