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Civic Intimacy By Joshua Simoneau
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Upon winning the prestigious Rotch Travelling Scholarship in 2008, Joshua Simoneau spent approximately one year in Western Europe, examining many of the world’s greatest cities. Building upon... More > Louis Kahn’s notion that “the center is the cathedral of the city,” Joshua’s research focuses on how the city center should not only be accessible, allowing expression and an equal sense of belonging to all participants, but also be socially relevant, transcendental, and concerned with everyday life in matters of both the individual and collective group. This book illustrates Joshua’s investigation of European civic spaces and how lessons learned from these places might be applied to improve Boston’s civic realm.< Less
Allentown: The Story of a Pittsburgh Neighborhood By Allentown Civic Association
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This book provides a history of the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA. It includes photos and summaries of the various organizations and institutions that date back into the nineteenth century.
Teaching Methodology of Civics By Dr. Venkat Rao Palati
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It has been said that "Scope of Civics is wide and unlimited. It is as wide as life," Explain the importance of Civics in school curri-culum.
Marin Civic Center By William Dwyer
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Photographs of the Marin Civic Center, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
Civic Rooms for Rent By NU School of Architecture
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Civic Rooms For Rent: Meeting Halls for the 21st Century.
Civic Engagement in Higher Education By John Hamerlinck, JoAnn Campbell
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This book was created from the "Campus in Community Online Civic Dialogues" series. Topics discussed include: reflection, power, evaluation and risk management.
Civic Engagement in Higher Education By John Hamerlinck, JoAnn Campbell
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This book was created from the "Campus in Community Online Civic Dialogues" series. Topics discussed include: reflection, power, evaluation and risk management.
Civic Devs: Sowing the Seeds By Richard Saunders
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Sowing the Seeds was prompted by an exercise called, "Life's Instruction Manual". The production of such an exercise is worthy of consideration. Many students are begging to be asked the... More > questions of which their contemplation will serve fruitful beyond the immediate answer. Likewise, the path of continuing education also calls for valuable exercises to encourage fruitful subject matter. Richard Saunders has framed the premise quite well and it will be interesting what other works this may lead to. There is no denying the invocation felt after framing a task in this light.< Less
BASIC CIVICS for All Americans By Herman Yenwo
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Ask any high school graduate in American about basic things about the American system of government and you will be surprised how little they know. This book will enlighten, educate and teach you... More > basic things about American History.< Less
MOORISH AMERICAN CIVICS GUIDE By Sheik Way-El
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This civics guide is designed for those who lack the proper civic/civil education needed to carry on as true citizens in this American life. Most people called black on this land, have no idea as to... More > what civic duties entail and how civic teachings gives one a grasp of government, its policies, and the inner workings of the municipal systems that they are apart of every day. This guide stresses the importance of civic education among children especially and how the parents can scenario instances of government functions like townhall meetings or city board meetings. This free guide is an excellent teaching tool for making our people better citizens so that they may learn to live the life and pull themselves out of despair and be respected finally by the government in which we live and the nations of the earth.< Less