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New resources added to The College of Humanities & Education collection.
Young Blood: The Story of the Family Murders
Author: Bob O'Brien Description: After years of speculation and rumor, this text presents the real-life expose of the notorious "Family Murders" in Adelaide, told by the man who solved the case. He arrested Bevan Von Einem, who was found guilty of...Read More
Lasting Differences: The High/Scope Preschool Curriculum Comparison Study Through Age 23. Monographs of the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, Number Twelve
Author: Lawrence J. Schweinhart and David P. Weikart Description: Findings indicate that the nursery school and High/Scope groups had significant advantages over the direct instruction group at age 23, with significantly fewer felony arrests, fewe...Read More
Talks with Teachers of Young Children: A Collection
Author: Lilian G. Katz Description: This book contains a collection of the author's previously published articles on early childhood care and education. Many of the issues explored were stimulated by experiences with teachers and caregivers of you...Read More
Effective Early Childhood Programmes
Editors: Iram Siraj-Blatchford, Martin Woodhead Description: This publication, the fourth in the series, looks at the policy issues surrounding the early childhood education and care programmes: there is compelling scientific evidence showing impr...Read More
The Rough Gruff Goat Brothers Rap
Author: Jon Chardiet illustrator: J C Saures Description: Nobody liked the rickety bridge that crossed the mountains at the highest ridge. You see people were scared to pay a keeper had a nasty old troll. Now all trolls are nasty but this one w...Read More
Introducing Physical Geography
Author: Alan Strahler Edition: 6th Description: Introducing Physical Geography, 6th Edition is known for its clear writing, distinctive photos and illustrations and a strong supplements program. The text continues its tradition as a great book ...Read More
Framing the Islands : Power and Diplomatic Agency in Pacific Regionalism
Author: Greg Fry Description: Framing the Islands tells the story of this political struggle and its impact on the regional governance of key issues for the Pacific such as regional development, resource management, security, cultural identity, po...Read More
Unequal Lives: Gender, Race and Class in the Western Pacific
Editors: Nicholas Bainton, Debra McDougall, Kalissa Alexeyeff and John Cox Description: The authors focus on four dimensions of inequality: the familiar triad of gender, race and class, and the often-neglected dimension of generation. Grounded in ...Read More
Levelling Wind: Remembering Fiji
Author: Description: Brij Lal has written profusely about the Indo-Fijian diaspora and the contemporary history and politics of Fiji, so readers will find this large compilation an accessible and useful reference. It reprints essays published bet...Read More
How Does it Feel? Child Care From A Parent’s Perspective
Author: Anne Stonehouse Description: Parent involvement and participation has been valued as an important aspect of child care. The author offers us an analysis of these concepts and asserts the importance of moving to partnerships based on mutual...Read More