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Serving “Low-Status” Populations? A Consideration of Christine Pawley’s Argument for Social Theory Education in LIS

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Title: Serving “Low-Status” Populations? A Consideration of Christine Pawley’s Argument for Social Theory Education in LIS
Authors: Brown, Matt
LC Subject Headings: Social theory, education, and cultural change.
Children’s literature.
Issue Date: 2010
Description: Serving “Low-Status” Populations? A Consideration of Christine Pawley’s Argument for Social Theory Education in LIS.

UH Manoa LIS 681: Books and Media for Children; Summer, 2010 – Prof. Nalani Naluai. Preparing LIS Students to Serve Children and Their Communities.

Diversity and Outreach: Hawaiian and multi-cultural literature; Current issues; Community Opportunities. Selection Considerations: Sensory Factor Appeal; Audience Environment; Quality; Genre; Griswold’s Factors. Practical Experience: Hawai‘i Children’s Literature Conference Volunteers; Guest Speakers; Book Presentations; Literature Activity.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/19888
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