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📒Voices Of Freedom ✍ Horatio Willis Dresser
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📒African Voices On Slavery And The Slave Trade Volume 1 The Sources ✍ Alice Bellagamba
✏African Voices on Slavery and the Slave Trade Volume 1 The Sources Book Summary : Though the history of slavery is a central topic for African, Atlantic world and world history, most of the sources presenting research in this area are European in origin. To cast light on African perspectives, and on the point of view of enslaved men and women, this group of top Africanist scholars has examined both conventional historical sources (such as European travel accounts, colonial documents, court cases, and missionary records) and less-explored sources of information (such as folklore, oral traditions, songs and proverbs, life histories collected by missionaries and colonial officials, correspondence in Arabic, and consular and admiralty interviews with runaway slaves). Each source has a short introduction highlighting its significance and orienting the reader. This first of two volumes provides students and scholars with a trove of African sources for studying African slavery and slave trade.
📒Sources Of Democracy ✍ Saul K. Padover
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📒Freedom Of Information ✍ Patrick Birkinshaw
✏Freedom of Information Book Summary : Previous edition, 1st, published in 1988.
📒Broadcasting Pluralism And Diversity ✍ Lesley Hitchens
✏Broadcasting Pluralism and Diversity Book Summary : Broadcasting Pluralism and Diversity is a study of the policy and regulatory measures relating to the promotion of media diversity in three jurisdictions: the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia. A central focus of the book is regulation of media ownership and control, and, taking an historical approach, the book argues that early policy and regulatory decisions continue to have a significant influence on current reforms. Whilst policy and reform debates focus on ownership and control measures, the book also argues that such measures can not be considered in isolation from other regulatory instruments, and that a holistic regulatory approach is required. As such, content regulation and competition regulation are also considered. Underlying the study is the contention that much of the policy informing pluralism and diversity regulation, although making reference to the importance of the media's role in the democratic process, has also been skewed by a futile focus on the different regulatory treatment of the press and broadcasting, which is adversely influencing current policy debates. The book argues that a different approach, using the public sphere concept, needs to be adopted and used as a measure against which regulatory reform in the changing media environment can be assessed.
📒African Freedom ✍ Phyllis Taoua
✏African Freedom Book Summary : A comprehensive synthesis of the ideal of freedom in African culture from a pan-African perspective after independence.
📒Voices Of Freedom ✍ Eric Foner
✏Voices of Freedom Book Summary : The best-selling companion reader to the Give Me Liberty! family of books.
📒Computers Freedom Privacy ✍ Jay Thorwaldson
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📒Media Voices ✍ George McKenna
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📒How Children Become Moral Selves ✍ Josephine Russell
✏How Children Become Moral Selves Book Summary : This book examines moral responsiveness and thinking in a mixed gender class of primary school children, and offers a theoretical perspective on children’s ability to think together about morality in a community of enquiry and on related issues of pedagogy. It tracks development in children’s moral awareness, looking at gains and losses from middle to late childhood, and focuses on cognitive skills, notions of moral rectitude, and interpersonal relationships and friendship. The study demonstrates how, through participation in a community of enquiry such as “Thinking Time – Philosophy with Children” (children sit in a circle, engaging in dialogue, with the teacher as facilitator), children become more thoughtful and develop respect and responsiveness as well as other traits of character that are central to democratic citizenship. The author analyses children’s thinking in response to a wide range of content, on issues of justice, freedom and responsibility, rights and duties, inclusiveness, and friendship. Gender differences are also examined. … With the increasing emphasis on education for citizenship in the school curriculum comes an awareness that “children’s voice” and “agency” need to be respected and promoted. Social Personal and Health Education, Values Education, and Education for Citizenship are becoming more critical in an environment where there is a sense of crisis and concern about the fabric of democratic society. In presenting a new paradigm – research with rather than on children, entering into their life-world which their teacher shares – the author demonstrates the potential of children to reflect in a concerned way on issues that concern them and society as a whole.