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1 (Newfoundland - Education) Statistical Presentation for the Minister's Advisory Committee on Women's Issue in Education
Division of School Services, Dept. of Education, 1980, 
(Newfoundland - Education). Statistical Presentation for the Minister's Advisory Committee on Women's Issue in Education. Prepared by Division of School Services. [St. John's] : Division of School Services, Dept. of Education, April 1980. Pp (1),[i]-iii,(2),1-53,(2). Oblong 8vo, black cloth tape spine, yellow card covers, printed in black. Cover title : Statistical Report for the Minister's Committee on Women's Issues in Education. Contents : Introduction; Nursery and Elementary-Secondary Levels; Post-Secondary and Adult & Continuing Levels (excluding M.U.N.); Memorial University of Newfoundland; School Districts; Denominaional Education Committees; Department of Education. Stain to back cover, else very good. 12.50

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2 ABBOTT, Maude E. History of Medicine in the Province of Quebec
Macmillan Company , Toronto, 1931, 
ABBOTT, Maude E. History of Medicine in the Province of Quebec. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1931. Pp (4),7-97,(1), folding frontispiece + 22 pp plates. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. Roland, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 1, p.117, Watters p.859, Rhodenizer p.580. Reprinted, with additions, from The Storied Province of Quebec. Dr Maude Elizabeth Seymour Abbott (b. March 18, 1869, St. Andrew's, Quebec - d. September 2, 1940, Montreal), physician, surgeon, pathologist, historian.. Contents : Introduction; Era of Primitive Medicine; Scurvy among the First Settlers (1535-1608); French Medicine in the Seventeenth Century; Pioneer Physicians to the time of Michel Sarrazin (1608-1685); Rise of the Early French Hospitals (1639-1697); Michel Sarrazin and other Pioneer Physicians to the year 1760; Medical Legislation under the French Regime; French Practitioners during the early Years of British Rule (1760-1800); Contemporary Physicians of British or Foreign Origin; Inoculation and Vaccination; The Licensing Act of1788; Pioneer Physicians and Medical Activities in the early Nineteenth Ce ntury; Origin of the Montreal General Hospital; Rise of the Montreal Medical Institution and the Medical Faculty of McGill University; The Great Epidemics and Development of Quarantine Regulations in Canada; Establishment of the Medical Facilities of Laval University, Quebec, and of the Université de Montréal; Rival Medical Schools in Montreal: The St. Lawrence School Medicine, The Medical Faculty of Bishop's College; Origin and Development of Medical Journalism and Societies; Medical Licentiation Since the Act of 1788;Introduction of Anaesthesia; Dr. James Barry; History of the Care of the I nsane; The Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene; Quebec HospitalsToday; History of the Montreal Morgue; Outstanding Names in the Later Nine teenth Century; Modern Progressive Movements. Gift inscription, else very good. 50.00

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3 Acadia University - President's Report) LOVE, Alan T. Report of the President to the Board of Governors and the Senate For The Year Ending May, 1950
Acadia University, Wolfville, N.S., 1950, 
(Acadia University - President's Report). Report of the President to the Board of Governors and the Senate For The Year Ending May, 1950. Wolfville, N.S.: Acadia University, 1950. Pp (1),[[1]-46 leaves, printed one side only.4to, grey side-stapled card covers, lettered in black. Report of: The Pres ident; The Provost; The Dean of Women; Faculty of Arts and Science; School of Home Economics; School of Education; School of Music; School of Applied Science; School of Secretarial Science; School of Theology; Summer School; Library; The University Physician; Horton Academy; Committees; Naval Training Division (by Alan T. Love, Lieut. R.C.N., p. 44); Officers' Training Corps; Associated Alumni. Very good. 30.00

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4 Acadia University) Acadia University School of Theology
Theology Club, Acadia University, 1955, 
(Acadia University). Acadia University School of Theology. [Wolfville, NS]:(Theology Club, Acadia University), [ca 1955]. Pp [20]. 8vo, stapled illus trated card covers. Very good. 20.00

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5 Acadian - Poetry - Juvenile). A voile libre : Jeune recueil collectif.
Petit-Rocher, Acadie :, 1983, 
(Acadian – Poetry - Juvenile). A voile libre : Jeune recueil collectif. (Petit-Rocher, Acadie : SiR), n.d. [1983?]. Pp (10),1-67,(5). 8vo, illustratedblue card covers. A collection of poems by students from École secondaire Népisiguit (Nepisiguit Secondary School), the only French-speaking high school in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada area. It holds around 1,200 studentsfrom grade nine through twelve. Test in French. Namestamps, else very good . 15.00

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6 ADAM, John HAY, George Aberbrothock Illustrated, Being the Round of Etchings in Miniature. With Historical and Topographical Notes by George Hay. inscribed by the author
T. Buncle, Arbroath, 1886, 
ADAM, John. Aberbrothock Illustrated, Being the Round of Etchings in Miniature. With Historical and Topographical Notes by George Hay. Arbroath : T. Buncle, 1886. Pp (6),[v]-x,[1]-86,(2),+ 124 pp of etchings. 8vo, golden brown cloth, gilt illustration to front board, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, bevelled edges. Contents [Hay's Notes] : The Abbey; The Abbey to the Old Church; The High School to Hays Well; The Braeheads, Boulzie Hill, Newgate; Lower Part of High Street - Danger Point; The Harbour; Tuttle's Nookto Wormyhills; The Town House and Brothock Bridge; Almerieclose, Stobcross , and The Cemetery; Keppie and Cairnie; St. Vigeans; Seaton and Auchmithie;Redcastle, the Redhead, and Ethie; The Cliffs and Caves; The Bell Rock; On the Montrose Road; On the Lunan; Grange of Conan; Colliston Kinnell, Leysm illand Friockheim; Guthrie and Kirkden; The Elliot; Carmylie; Panbridge andBarry. Includes an etching of the Bell Rock Lighthouse (Plate 85). Wear to spine ends and corners, cloth rubbed and a bit darkened, inner hinges crac ked, penned gift inscription, else very good. Inscribed by the author : "Presented to David Grieve with the author's Compliments. 26th June 1898." 70.00

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7 ADAMSON, Ina, Joan GRAHAM, and Janet MacLEOD GRAHAM, Joan MacLEOD, Janet Walk Through Time : A History of Bethel Presbyterian Church [cover adds: Scotsburn, N.S.]
Bethel History Committee, Scotsburn, N.S., 2000, ISBN:0968748007 
ADAMSON, Ina, Joan GRAHAM, and Janet MacLEOD. A Walk Through Time : A History of Bethel Presbyterian Church [cover adds: Scotsburn, N.S.]. (Scotsburn,N.S.) : Bethel History Committee, (2000). Pp (9),[10]-141,(3). Illustrated . 8vo, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in black. Contents : 1. EarlyHistory. 2. The Atlantic Mission Society. 3. The Sunday School. 4. Mid-wee k Groups. 5. Bethel Church Choir. 6. Ladies Aid. 7. Other Groups. 8. Vietnamese Refugee Project. 9. Stained Glass Windows. 10. Ministers. 11. Mission Conscience. 12. Appendices. Very good. 25.00

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8 ADDISON, Joseph Sir Roger de Coverley : Papers from The Spectator. With Introduction and Notes.
T.C. Allan & Co., Halifax, N.S., 1898, 
ADDISON, Joseph. Sir Roger de Coverley : Papers from The Spectator. With Introduction and Notes. Halifax, N.S.: T.C. Allan & Co., (1898). Pp (2),[i]-x,[1]-67,(1). Small 8vo, pale blue printed card covers. Sir Roger de Coverley was the name of a character in The Spectator (1711). An English squire ofQueen Anne's reign, Sir Roger exemplified the values of an old country gen tleman, and was portrayed as lovable but somewhat ridiculous ('rather beloved than esteemed', making his Tory politics seem harmless but silly. Contents : Sir Roger; Sir Roger at Home; Sir Roger and Will Wimble; Sir Roger andGhosts; Sir Roger at Church; Sir Roger and the Hunt; Sir Roger and the Wit ches; Sir Roger at the Assizes; Sir Roger and Party Strife; Sir Roger and the Gipsies; Sir Roger in Town; Sir Roger in Westminster Abbey; Sir Roger atthe Play; Sir Roger's Visit to Spring Gardens; Death of Sir Roger. Rubbed and edgeworn, browned and smudged, waterstain to fore-edge, penned and pencilled names, else good. As is. 12.00

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9 Admiral Westphal School - Yearbook Westphalian 1960
Admiral Westphal School, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 1960, 
(Admiral Westphal School - Yearbook). Westphalian 1960. (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia) : Admiral Westphal School, 1960. Pp (1),1-48,(1) leaves. Illustrated.4to, blue cloth tape spine, orange card covers. Contents : Includes photog raphs of the Student's Council, Allied Youth, the Bowling team, class ohotos of Grades Nine (A, B, C), Ten (A, B), individual photos of Grades Eleven and Twelve students, and High School Staff pictures. Very good. 25.00

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10 Africville Genealogy Society) CLAIRMONT, Donald SAUNDERS, Charles KIMBER, Stephen Spirit of Africville. First Edition, paperback, with errata slip.
Formac Publishing Company, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:088780084x 
(Africville Genealogy Society). The Spirit of Africville. Selected and Edited by the Africville Genealogy Society with contributions by Donald Clairmont, Stephen Kimber, Bridglal Pachai and Charles Saunders. Halifax : "A Maritext Book, Formac Publishing Company Limited" 1992. First Edition. Pp (7),viiixviii,[15]-124. Double column. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Oblong large 8vo, pale blue card covers. Paperback edition. "For more than 150 years,Africville was home to a community of Nova Scotia black familes. Located o n the shores of the Bedford Basin, Africville was part of the City of Halifax. Central to Africville's life were the church and the school. Working together, residents sought without success to obtain basic services from the municipal government to which they paid their property taxes. In the 1960s Halifax's city government decided to acquire the land and demolish the houses, destroying the community. Most residents opposed this decision, but theCity had its way." - from the cover. Chapters : 1. "A Visit to Africville" by Charles Saunders (and others); 2. "Africville: An Historical Overview" by Donald Clairmont ; 3. "Moving People: Relocation and Urban Renewal" alsoby Clairmont; 4. "The Africville Experience: Lessons for the Future" by St ephen Kimber; 5. "Before Africville: Nova Scotia's Black Settlers" by Bridglal Pachai . Small spot to front, else vg with errata slip verso front cover. 25.00

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11 Africville Genealogy Society) PACHAI, Bridglal CLAIRMONT, Donald SAUNDERS, Charles KIMBER, Stephen Spirit of Africville. First Edition, hardcover in dustjacket, with errata slip.
Formac Publishing Company, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:0887800858 
(Africville Genealogy Society). The Spirit of Africville. Selected and Edited by the Africville Genealogy Society with contributions by Donald Clairmont, Stephen Kimber, Bridglal Pachai and Charles Saunders. Halifax : "A Maritext Book, Formac Publishing Company Limited", 1992. First Edition. Pp (7),viiixviii,[15]-124. Double column. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Oblong large 8vo, blue cloth. "For more than 150 years, Africville was home to a community of Nova Scotia black familes. Located on the shores of the Bedford Basin, Africville was part of the City of Halifax. Central to Africville's life were the church and the school. Working together, residents sought without success to obtain basic services from the municipal government to whichthey paid their property taxes. In the 1960s Halifax's city government dec ided to acquire the land and demolish the houses, destroying the community.Most residents opposed this decision, but the City had its way." - from th e dj. Chapters : 1. "A Visit to Africville" by Charles Saunders (with the help pf many others); 2. "Africville: An Historical Overview" by Donald Clairmont ; 3. "Moving People: Relocation and Urban Renewal" also by Clairmont;4. "The Africville Experience: Lessons for the Future" by Stephen Kimber; 5. "Before Africville: Nova Scotia's Black Settlers" by Bridglal Pachai . Very good in dustjacket, with errata slip tipped in. 45.00

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12 AGES, Arnold. VOLTAIRE Voltaire's Critical Notes in the Old Testament Portion of La Bible Enfin Expliquée.
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor , 1968, 
AGES, Arnold. Voltaire's Critical Notes in the Old Testament Portion of La Bible Enfin Expliquée. Dissertation in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School of The Ohio State University. The Ohio State University, 1963. Ann Arbor : University Microfilms, (1968). Pp (3),[i]-iv,1-236,(1) leaves, printed one side only. 8vo, blue wrappers, printed paper label to front cover. This is an authorized facsimile and was produced by microfilm-xerography. Spine sunned, else very good. 30.00

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13 AHMAD, Muslehuddin Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University- (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Re forms of the Sector. 1st ed in dj
Academic Press and Publishers Limited, Dhaka, 2004, ISBN:9840801848 
AHMAD, Muslehuddin. The Tale of the First Private University of Bangladesh - North South University - (Genesis - Establishment - Rise and Thereafter) : Recommendations for Reforms of the Sector. Dhaka : Academic Press and Publishers Limited, (February 2004). First Edition. Pp (8),iii-x,1-155,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine, black paper covered boards. Contents : Chapter I - 1. Emergence of the idea of a Private University in Bangladesh. 2, The name "North South University (NSU). 3. International Advisory Board.4. Collection of funds. 5. Foundation structure. 6. The process of governm ent permission. 7. The private University Act. 8. Establishment of The First Private University. 9. NSU Takes off. 10. NSU's Formal Opening ceremony. 11. Foundation Politics and Election of a Chairperson. 12. Policy Making. 13. Admission & Standard of Education. 14. President or Vice- chancellor? 15. NSU's first convocation. 16. Academic Collaboration with Foreign Universitiesn. 17. Visit to South Africa-meeting with Nelson Mandela. 18. Meeting of International Advisory Board at Harvard. 19. Meeting at Oxford University. 20. Award of "Poet Sarojini Naidu Gold Medal" 21. Admission Problem. 22. Governance & Management. 23. Writ petition field against the Chancellor's order. 24. Rule was discharged and stay order vacated by the High Court. 25.New VC was appointed. 26. Comments on the system and proceddure of the Cou rt Case. 27. Degree Certificates issued. 28. Effect of Governance & Management crises on the University. 29. Did money make the University? 30. The founders of NSU. Chaper II : The Standard of Education in Private Universities Recommendations for reforms. 1. The Standard of Education in Private Universities-recommendations for reforms of the sector. 2. Private University Act needs to be amended. 3. Role of sponsors/Trustees in the Private Universities. 4. University funds and their controls. 5. Independent accreditationcouncil to be set up. 6. Is Government permission necessary to start a pri vate University? 7. Education Loan through banks and insurance companies. 8. Workd Bank Other Donors. 9. Private University system brought good effectin the higher education sector. 10. "No student politics" In private Unive rsities. 11. Teachers' Politics. 12. Election of VC & Deans. Chapter III. 1. Colleges should Be allowed to award Degrees. 2. School Education. Some wrinkling to pages, else very good in dustjacket (with flaps attached to inside covers). 40.00

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14 AKER, Don Of Things Not Seen. mm pbk.
Stoddart, Toronto, 1995, ISBN:0773674357 
AKER, Don. Of Things Not Seen . Toronto: Stoddart, (1995). Pp. (8),[1]-197,(3). Small 8vo, illustrated brown card covers. Mass market paperback. A volume in the Gemini Books series. The first novel for young adults by the Middleton, Nova Scotia school teacher. Vg. 5.00

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15 AKER, Don Stranger at Bay. signed mm pbk.
Stoddart, Toronto, 1997, ISBN:0773674683 
AKER, Don. Stranger at Bay . Toronto: Stoddart, (1997). Pp. (6),[1]-246,(4). Small 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Mass market paperback. A volume in the Gemini Books series. A novel for young adults by the Middleton, NovaScotia school teacher. Gift inscription, else vg. Signed by the author on the title page. 6.50

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16 ALAGOA, E.J. (ed.). Kiabàrà : Journal of the Humanities. Volume 4, Number 2, Harmattan 1981 : Focus on History
School of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria , 1981, 
ALAGOA, E.J. (ed.). Kiabàrà : Journal of the Humanities. Volume 4, Number 2, Harmattan 1981 : Focus on History. (Port Harcourt, Nigeria : School of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, 1981). Pp 1-219,(1). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, red and white card covers. Contents : E.J. Alagoa's “The Ethnographic Dimension of Oral Tradition (p 7-24); E.O. Erim's “Field Techniques for Recording the History of Segmentary Societies” (pp 25-40); Ade Obayemi's “Cultural Dynamics and History of the Niger-Benue Confluence Area before 1900” (pp 41-50); S.O. Babayemi's “The Ideological Base of Power of the Alaafinof Oyo and of his Chiefs” (pp 51-66); N.C. Ejituwu's “The Problem of Feedb ack in Oral Tradition: The Obolo (Andoni) Example” (pp 67-80); Owen J.M. Kalinga's “Oral Tradition and the Reconstruction of the Pre-colonial History of Malawi: A Reassessment” (pp 81-104); Adell Paton, Jr.'s “Oral Tradition in the Reconstruction of Ningi History ca. 1880-1908” (pp 105-126); Gloria Thomas Emeagwali's “Alternative Perspectives on the Reconstruction of the African Past: The Case of Walter Rodney” (pp 127-138); Ade Adefuye's “Recording the Oral History of the Palwo” (pp 139-156); Jan Vansina's “Ethnographyas History: The Past of the peoples in the Equatorial Rainforest of Africa ” (pp 157-192); E.J. Alagoa's “Oral Data as Archives in Africa” (pp 193-202); Nwanna Nzewunwa's “The Organisation of Pre-historic Research in Nigeria”(pp 203-215). Covers rubbed and browned, else good to very good. 20.00

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17 ALBION-MEEK, Peggy. ELLISON, William J. Great Adventurer. signed by author
Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, Toronto, 1957, 
ALBION-MEEK, Peggy. The Great Adventurer. Introduction, Notes and Exercisesby William J. Ellison, M.A., Head of the English Department, Weston Colleg iate and Vocational School. Authorized in the Province of Saskatchewan. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, (1957). Pp (4),v-viii,(2),1-154. Endpaper Maps. 8vo, decorated green paper covered boards (hardcover),black lettering to white labels to front board and spine. "The Great Adven turer is a fresh and lively narrative of the Trojan War, that conflict which was first recounted in the ancient Grecian mytns about the deeds of gods and heroes and men. Homer, the half-legendary poet ot the ninth century B.C., derived from these myths his vivid account, in The Iliad, of the long siege of Troy. In The Odyssey the poet told of the long wanderings of the Greek hero Odysseus in his attempt to reach home atter Troy had fallen. The Great Adventurer combines these stories in a single account. It follows Homersubstantially, apart from a number of details which the story-teller is en titled to follow her own fancy." (from the In troduction, p. v). Contents :1. Marriage of Helen and Menelaus. 2. Odysseus and Penelope. 3. Discoid Am ong the Gods. 4. The Fatal Decision of Paris. 5. Discord in Ithaca. 6. Odysseus Dishonours His Vow. 7. Disaster Pursues the Greeks. 8. Increasing Furyand Confusion. 9. Achilles Rejoins the Greeks. 10. Death of Achilles and P aris. 11. The Strategy of Odysseus. 12. The Fall of Troy. 13. Odysseus and His Victorious Army Embark for Greece. 14. Odysseus Lands on the Island of Circe. 15. Odysseus Meets and Conquers Circe. 16. Odysseus Sails to the Realm of the Dead. 17. Odysseus Passes Between ScylJa and Charvbdis. 18. The Rebellious Crew Force Odysseus to Land on Trinacria. 19. Odysseus is Cast Upon the Island of Calypso. 20. Nausicaa, Phaeacian Princess, Welcomes Odysseus to Corfu. 21. The Phaeacians Honour Odysseus. 22. The Wanderer Awakes inIthaca. 23. Odysseus, Disguised as a beggar, Enters His Palace. 24. Odysse us Slays the Suitors. 25. Peace and Order Restored to Ithaca. Proper Names and How to Pronounce Them. General Notes. Notes. Questions and Exercises. Books on Classical Mythology for Further Reference. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 30.00

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18 Alcohol Education - Nova Scotia Department of Education Alcohol Education, Grades 7-9 : A Teaching Guide
Curriculum Branch, Department of Education, Province of Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S.:, 1957, 
(Alcohol Education). Alcohol Education, Grades 7-9 : A Teaching Guide. Halifax, N.S.: Curriculum Branch, Department of Education, Province of Nova Scotia, 1957. Pp [1]-41,(3). 8vo, printed grey stapled card covers, 3-hole punched. Very good to fine. 15.00

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19 ALDARONDO, Etiony, (ed.). Advancing Social Justice Through Clinical Practice
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, 2007, ISBN:0471901555 
ALDARONDO, Etiony, (ed.). Advancing Social Justice Through Clinical Practice. Mahwah, New Jersey & London : John Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, (2007). Second Printing. Pp [(4),v]-xxiv,(2),3-496. Large 8vo, white cardcovers. "There is a healthy development in the human service professions these days. At community clinics, private practices, and universities around the country mental health professionals and service providers are working with increased awareness of the toxic effects of social inequities in the lives of people they aim to help. Quietly, by acting out their beliefs on justice and equality, clinicians are redressing the balance between professing our craftas clinicians and professing our humanity as citizens. Advancing Social Ju stice Through Clinical Practice is a comprehensive volume that bridges the gap between the psychosocial realities of clients and the dominant clinicalpractices. It offers an array of conceptual and practical innovations to a ddress both individual suffering and social inequities fueling this suffering. This is an empowering tool and a must read for mental health professionals. The accessible writing style also makes it ideal for teachers and students in the field. The book opens with a discussion of the historical, ethical, and experiential foundations for the development of social justice-based practice. Parts II and III present conceptual frameworks, strategies, and techniques used by social justice oriented practitioners. The final section discusses various ways to develop the skills and competencies required of mental health professionals aspiring to be both agents of individual and social transformation. Filled with hope, critical analysis, and uncommon clinical wisdom, this is a book like no other in the field." Foreword; Preface; Part I.: Steps Toward A Social Justice Therapeutic Practice. 1. Rekindling the Reformist Spirit in the Mental Health Professions (by Etiony Aldarondo); Social Justice Legacies in the Mental Health Professions; Social Work;Psychoanalysis; Counseling Professions; Psychiatry; Family Therapy; Toward an Open Conspiracy for Social Justice; References; 2. Counseling for Welln ess and Justice: Foundations and Ethical Dilemmas (by Isaac Prilleltensky [and others); Foundations. Webs of Personal, Relational, and Collective WellnessWebs of Wellness and Justice; Practice and Ethical Dilemmas; Current Practices; Justice-Based Practices; Conclusion; References; 3. Social JusticeConcerns and Clinical Practice (by Lane A. Gerber); Early Memories; Histor ical Context and Early Barriers; First Lessons and More Barriers; Lessons From Survivors; Hearing Each Other's Cry; Hearing the Cry: A Second Story; Why Do We Do This Work?; Lessons From Training: What I Learned; How I Learned; How Students and Faculty Responded; What Happened to the Student; To Life: Why We Do This Work; References. Part II.: Liberating Visions Of Clinical Practice. 4 Radical Psychiatry (by Beth Roy);: An Approach to Personal and Political Change (by ; In the Spirit of the Times; Where Society and Psyche Intersect; Alienation and Change, Social and Personal; The Cooperation Theory; Power; Internalized Oppression: ""The Pig""; Problem-Solving Group; Fighting the Pig; Conflict Resolution; Paranoia: The Value of Intuition; Implications for Social Justice; But What About ...?; The Current State of the Art; References; 5. Ethnopolitical Psychology: Healing and Transformation(by Lillian Comas-Diaz). Ethnopolitical Theory and Practice: Conceptual In fluencesColonization; Postcolonization Stress Disorder; Cultural Imperialism; Ethnocultural Allodynia; Racism; Thinking Racially; Racial Trauma; Racial Terrorism; Communal Consequences of Racial Terrorism; Ethnopolitical Practice: Accompanying and Bearing Witness; Indigenous Healing: Calling Back the Spirit; Dichos: An Ethnic Psychology; Testimony; Cultural Consciousness; Ethnopolitical Action; References; 6. Gay and Lesbian Couples in Therapy: ASocial Justice Perspective (by Robert-Jay Green); Focus of This Chapter; H omophobia and the Cultural Context. Prejudice and DiscriminationEffects of Prejudice on Lesbian/Gay Couples; Interventions for Countering Homophobia; Relational Ambiguity; Boundary and Commitment Ambiguity; Ambiguity Related to Same-Gender Composition; Interventions for Relational Ambiguity; Social Support; Families of Origin; Families of Choice; Assessing and Developing Social Support; Therapist; Guarding Against Heterocentric Bias-Countertransference; Cautions About Applying Theory to Same-Sex Couples; Same-Sex Marriage and Social Justice; References. 7. Risk Reduction and the Micropolitics of Social Justice in Mental Health Care (by Marcelo G. Pakman); Foundation concepts for social justice-based therapy : critical consciousness, accountability, and empowerment (by Rhea Almeida, Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio, Lyn Parker); Narrative practice and culture (by Hugo Kamya); Families and therapistsas citizens : the families and democracy project (by William J. Doherty, J ason S. Carroll); The practice of community family therapy (by Ramon Rojano); Applying feminist theory to community practice : a multilevel empowerment intervention for low-income women with depression (by Lisa A. Goodman [and others]); Toward a community psychology of liberation (by Julia L. Perilla, Evelyn Lavizzo, Gladys Ibanez); Striving for social justice through interprofessional university-school collaboration (by Maureen E. Kenny, Elizabeth Sparks, Janice Jackson); The psychology of working and the advancement of social justice (by David L. Blustein [and others]); Mental health policy and social justice (by Barry J. Ackerson, Wynne S. Korr); Advocacy, outreach, and prevention : integrating social action roles in professional training (by Elizabeth M. Vera, Suzette L. Speight); Toward an emancipatory communitarian approach to the practice of psychology training (by Benedict T. McWhirter, Ellen Hawley McWhirter); Grounding clinical training and supervision in an empowerment model (by Ellen Hawley McWhirter, Benedict T. McWhirter); 20. Applying principles of multicultural competencies, social justice, and leadership in training and supervision ( by Patricia Arredondo, Daniel C. Rosen); 21. Educating for social change in the human service professions (by Linda C. Reeser). With index.. Very good. 40.00

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20 ALDEN, W.L. Moral Pirates. ex-lib.
Harper and Brothers, New York, 1922, 
ALDEN, W.L. The Moral Pirates. New York: Harper & Brothers, (1922). Pp. (8),1-235,(13), frontis., + 3 p. of plates. 8vo, pictorial yellow cloth. "'Thetruth is, John,' said Mr Wilson to his brother, 'I am troubled about my bo y. Here it is the first of July, and he can't go back to school until the middle of September. He will be idle all that time, and I'm afraid he'll getinto mischief. Now, the other day I found him reading a wretched story abo ut pirates. Why should a son of mine care to read about pirates?' / 'Because he's a boy. All boys like piratical stories.'". - from p. 1. Ex-library (stamps to endpapers, spine sticker), boards quite browned and smudged, somemarginal smudging, else vg. 15.00

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