Criminal Justice Glossary.
Samenow's Inside the Criminal Mind.
Brian Innes's The Body in Question: Exploring the Cutting Edge of Forensic Science.
Personality Psychology Psychological research methods.
Psychology books: Know How: Guided Programs for Inventing Your Own Best Future by Leslie Cameron-Bandler. Nature of Prejudice by Gordon W. Allport. Learned Optimism by Martin E. P. Seligman. Pessimism (defensive) (Norem).
Introduction to Political Science.
Political Science Glossary.
Political science books: Political Theory: The Classic Texts and Their Continuing Relevance by Joshua Kaplan.
USA Modern History: Barack Obama's The Audacity of Hope. Challenges for freedpeople after the Civil War. Challenges by workers to industrialization. Populist reformers. USA Modern History Glossary. Malcolm X autobiography.
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|1880s||Jacob Riis: photographer of the NYC slums, showing poverty, child laborers.|
|1886||Shelter homes for women in Salt Lake City and Denver.|
|1887||Dawes Severalty Act: an attempt to encourage Indian assimilation. Removed Reservations. Allocated parcels of land to Indians for farming or grazing. Gave the rest to American citizens. Alice Fletcher worked with Indians to survey the land to ensure that several thousand received (and were not cheated by the white realtors out of) good land due to them.|
|1889||Jane Addams opened Hull House (the first "settlement house" in USA), modeled in part on such houses in Britain, to instill middle-class white values in immigrants, to speed acculturation through teaching English, health, personal hygiene. By 1900, more than 200 "settlement houses" had been created in the USA.|
|1890s||Protestants began sponsoring homes for abandoned Chinese women.|
|1890||Formation of National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA). First president: Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Political activism, international cooperation, distanced from the working class.|
|1892||General Federation of Woman's Clubs formed: excluded African-Americans.|
|1892||National Association of Colored Women formed: Spoke against lynching mobs and segregationists.|
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