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Toward social change : a handbook for those who will

Author: Robert Buckhout; University of California, Berkeley.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, [1971] ©1971
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Buckhout, Robert, 1935-
Toward social change: a handbook for those who will.
New York, Harper & Row [1971]
(OCoLC)647227147
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Buckhout; University of California, Berkeley.
ISBN: 006041023X 9780060410230
OCLC Number: 159081
Description: xiv, 480 pages: illustrations; 28 cm
Contents: Part I. Basic assumptions. Is social change possible and do we want it? --
Will "Naderism" spread to the social sciences? --
Part II. The roots. Out of the third world experience: Black consciousness; Chicano consciousness; Asian-American consciousness; Native-American consciousness; White unconsciousness --
Violence: Origins of violence; Law and order; Institutionalized violence: the prison; Violence through mass media; Exporting violence --
Alienation --
Alternate life styles --
Part III. Special problem areas. The drug scene --
The encounter group boom --
Toward mental health --
Psychological consequences of population control --
Toward educational reform --
White students in the white community.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Buckhout and 81 concerned Berkeley students.

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