1 edition of Minority education 1960-1978 found in the catalog.
Minority education 1960-1978
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This chapter surveys the career and scholarship of James S. Coleman. It tracks scholarly usage of his work, with attention to references after and the subject areas in which its use is concentrated. At base a scholar of problems in social organization, Coleman made influential contributions that range across the sociology of education, policy research, mathematical Cited by: A Silent Minority: Deaf Education in Spain, This book is dedicated to him. This work was supported in part by numerous research and travel grants from the Academic Senate and the International Studies and Overseas Programs of the University of California at Los Angeles, by a UCLA Del Amo Faculty Fellowship, and by a research fellowship from.
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