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Joint Economic Committee, Washington, DC. – 1984
This Congressional report deals with the views of persons residing and working in the Silicon Valley in California and near Route 128 around Boston on strategies for encouraging entrepreneurship. Included among those persons providing testimony concerning the perspectives of individuals and groups from these two regions were representatives of the…
Descriptors: Business Cycles, Change Strategies, Economic Climate, Economic Development
Piper, Paul S., Ed.; Tag, Stan, Ed. – 2003
This book contains 19 personal essays on the role that fathers play in fostering connections between their children and the natural world. Written from the perspective of adult children or of fathers themselves, most essays show how outdoor activities, particularly hunting and fishing, are replicated across the generations and serve to foster…
Descriptors: Child Development, Child Rearing, Environmental Education, Essays
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Martin, Andre, Comp. – 1980
Intended to help readers develop an appreciation of the contributions of Franco-Americans to the cultural heritage of the United States, this book, the second of six volumes, presents 15 readings representing many perspectives--from the historical to the sociological--illustrating the thinking and feelings of those in the forefront of…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Biculturalism, Colonial History (United States), Cross Cultural Studies
Maurice, S. Charles; Smithson, Charles W. – 1983
Examined in this booklet, one of a series intended to apply economic principles to major social and political issues of the day, are such questions as the origins of interest in combating pollution, why people pollute, continuing interest in the issue, the social costs of pollution, and a possible solution to the problem, all considered from an…
Descriptors: Air Pollution, Business, Capitalism, Controversial Issues (Course Content)
Ballard, Charles G. – 1988
This paper analyzes religious, psychological, artistic, and environmental elements in one Naskapi myth, and provides a means of understanding the world of the Montagnais and Naskapi hunting tribes of the Labrador Peninsula. In "Ayas'i's Son," the (unnamed) hero is falsely accused of rape by his father's youngest wife. The son is exiled…
Descriptors: American Indian Literature, American Indians, Canada Natives, Environmental Influences