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AMERICAN SOCIAL ISSUES

AMERICAN SOCIAL ISSUES

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A collection of 40 lessons and 87 reproducible handouts, this resource attempts to develop student awareness and understanding of controversial issues in American life, analyzing them from a balanced perspective. Chapters cover social issues in the areas of family life, sports, violence, minorities, and the impact of religion and technology on American life. Lessons include "Home Life in Colonial America," "The Impact of Television," "The Danger of Sports as a Metaphor of Life," "Victims of Violent Crime," and "Women in Our Society." Other topics involve adolescence, fatherhood, '60s spirituality, freedom of religion, the bomb, organ transplants, violence in sports, civil punishment, Native Americans, and African Americans. Center for Learning. 278 pages. Revised edition. ©2006.

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WCB110-WBSSS 9781560777588 Activity book with reproducible pages $39.95

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