Strategies for Promoting Pluralism in Education and the Workplace

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Index
Aboriginal studies, 146
Addams, Jane, 151
Africa, 16, 22, 149, 197-198
African-Americans, 8, 21, 68, 94138, 160, 177-182; attitudes about mental health services, 180-182; student association, 72
African-American Student Association, 72
African Forum, 146
Afro-American Cultural Center, 69
American Council on Education, Business-Higher Education Forum, 21
American-Eskimos, 160
American-Indians, 138
Anderson, Marian, 146
Angelou, Maya, 146
Anglo-Americans, 177
Anthony, Susan, B., 151
Appalachia, 16
Appalachian culture, 167-169; attitudes, 167; communication in, 159; educational opportunities, 192; geography, 168-169; group, 168- 169, 171-172; high school dropouts, 186-187; jobs, 192; land, 170-171; morbidity, 186; nursing curriculum in, 174; people, 170-171; poverty, 186-188; realities, 172; recklessness in, 185; stereotype, 171-172; student attitudes, 173-174; teen pregnancy, 189-191; values, 170-171
Appalachian Studies, 74
Apple, 10
Arab Press, 146
Arab Students Club, 72
Argentina, 147
Arnold, George T., 142
Asia, 22; central studies of, 147
Asian-Americans, 8, 21, 138, 177
Attitudes Towards Seeking Professional Psychological Help Scale, 178-180
Aztecs, 16
Baltic Republics, 146
Bias: male female roles, 14; social structure, 15
Biodiversity, 147
Biology, conservation, 147
Black studies, 74
Black United Students, 70
Bosnia, 147
Brandeis University, 7
Brooks, Gwendolyn, 146
Buddhism, 147
Cadoria, Sherian Grace, 146
Canadian Issues Forum, 147
Canady, Alexa, 146

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