3 edition of Public libraries and self-help ethnic minority organisations found in the catalog.
Public libraries and self-help ethnic minority organisations
by The School of Librarianship and Information Studies, The Polytechnic of North London in London
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 107-111.
|Statement||by Pirkko Elliott.|
|Series||SOLIS research report -- no. 12, Research report (Polytechnic of North London. School of Librarianship and Information Studies) -- no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 234 p. --|
|Number of Pages||234|
This upcoming May 26 will mark the end of the first year of the Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi’s mandate at the head of the Indian government. To underline this anniversary, this article aims at delving on the situation of the Muslim minority in a country governed by the Bharatyia Janata Party (Indian People’s Party, BJP), a Hindu [ ]. Map of organisations – Reading Voluntary Action List view.
minority ethnic groups by facilitating the collection, preservation and promotion of their heritage, in partnership and cooperation with other academic and community bodies. Specific collecting themes are place, pastimes, radical thinking, communities, health and. Good practice guidance on the use of self-help materials within IAPT services. any self-help book used by PWPs. such as working class men or peopl e from black and minority ethnic.
The two pie charts and tables on p and the above table include our 1, projects with partner organisations, policy advocacy and campaigns, public education and communications, and programme. Engaging with community engagement: Public libraries and citizen involvement. organisations an d the state to improve and de liver public services has been an. people or people from ethnic Author: Anne Goulding.
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Get this from a library. Public libraries and self-help ethnic minority organisations: a study of the relationship between public libraries, advice / information services and libraries, bookshops and publishers set up by self-help ethnic minority groups. [Pirkko Elliott; Polytechnic of North London.
School of Librarianship and Information Studies.]. The book is suitable for academic libraries and self-help professionals." --Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal "Dr. Powell's book illuminates important theoretical, methodological, and substantive issues, thereby enriching and informing self-help research at a.
ethnic minorities are groups of people who of a different race or ethnic background eg. black and hispanic people are the minority in America as there are more white people than there are any. Pirkko Elliott has written: 'Ethnic minorities and public libraries' -- subject(s): Ethnic groups, Libraries and foreign population, Library resources, Public libraries, Services to minorities.
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