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    1. a Quadrature du Net and Reporters Without Borders: Recommendations on the right to be forgotten
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      On the problems for the protection of freedom of expression and the right to information posed by the right to be removed from search engine results and, more broadly, the right to be forgotten. Privacy and freedom of expression are fundamental rights of equal value. Whenever one conflicts with the other, a balance must be reached under a judge’s authority because, as a matter of principle, one cannot be given more importance than the other.
    2. Aaronson, Trevor: Even the FBI Agrees: When Undercover Agents Pose as Journalists, It Hurts Real Journalists' Work
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The FBI doesn't want the public to know more about how its agents pose as journalists during undercover investigations.The government acknowledged in a court filing that FBI agents who pretend to be journalists create a chilling effect, making it harder for real journalists to gain trust and cooperation from sources.
    3. Abbey, Edward: The Monkey Wrench Gang
      Resource Type: Book
    4. Abbey-Livingston, Diane: Volunteers in your Organization
      How future trends in society will affect volunteers and organisations who work with them

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1980
    5. Abbott, Elizabeth: A History of Celibacy
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      This book, mixing both anthropogy and history traces celibacy during the ages. Citing various cultures (Persian, Chinese, Greek, Roman, Europe in the Middle Ages etc.) she explores the power of celibacy and it's offence (that it is unnatural). The book in essence is a history of civilization from one particular angle. Written with both humour and anger it documents some of the strangeness of the world.
    6. Abelvik-Lawson, Helle: Batteries and renewables - believe the hype!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Discusses one of the biggest technological developments of our climate-stressed times: the large-scale storage of renewable energy.
    7. Ableman, Paul: Anatomy of Nakedness
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      Of all the things we possess the only one we can really claim as our own is our body. Yet nothing else gives rise to such complex attitudes. We hide it, reveal it, flaunt it, are ashamed of it, even scorn it, in an ever-changing array of feelings about it.
    8. Abley, Mark: Spoken Here
      Travels Among Threatened Languages

      Resource Type: Book
      Spoken Here is a celebration of the spoken word; not only with the language but the people who speak them, their history and the place in which these languages are spoken. He sees minority languages dying and recognizing their relationship to collective identity how to preserve them. This book honours linguistic diversity and sees languages as sources of richness and wonderment.
    9. Abrahams, Cecil: The Tragic Life
      Bessie Head and Literature in Southern Africa

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    10. Abrams, DI: Integrating cannabis into clinical cancer care
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Literature review of contemporary (2016) understanding of the efficacy of cannabis and cannabis derived drugs in treating cancer symptoms.
    11. Abu-Jamal, Mumia: Water War Against the Poor: Flint and the Crimes of Capital
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      If ever one wondered about the efficacy of a state government agency imposing officials on local governments, Flint has answered that question forever. In April, 2014, the state-appointed emergency manager, in order to save money, ordered that the city's water source be changed from Lake Huron to the notoriously polluted Flint River.
    12. Abujbara, Amira: Why does the language of journalism fail indigenous people?
      A journalist with indigenous roots reflects on the making of We Are Still Here: A Story from Native Alaska.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A journalist with Indigenous roots reflects on the difficulty of doing justice to the community she is filming a documentary about. Historical misrepresentation due to lack of cross-cultural understanding has led to a distrust of the media.
    13. Abunimah, Ali: Gaza medic killed by Israel as she rescued injured
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Israeli occupation forces shot dead a volunteer medic and injured dozens of people as they continued their indiscriminate attacks on Palestinians taking part in Great March of Return protests in Gaza for the 10th consecutive Friday. Razan Ashraf Abdul Qadir al-Najjar, 21, was helping treat and evacuate wounded protesters east of Khan Younis when she was fatally shot on Friday evening. She was about 100 meters away from the boundary fence with Israel at the moment she was shot and was wearing clothing clearly identifying her as a medic.
    14. Abunimah, Ali: PayPal censors journalists who criticize Israel
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Under apparent influence from Benjamin Weinthal, PayPal chose to close down the account of the French online publication Agence Media Palestine. Such a move constitutes censorship as it denies journalists the means to raise money for their work and freedom to express ideas.
    15. Achanta, Pushpa: India's Indigenous Peoples organise to protect forests, waters and commons
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      India's neoliberal government is attempting the mass seizure of indigenous lands, commons and forests in order to hand them over for corporate exploitation with mines, dams and plantations. But tribal communities are rising up to resist the takeover, which is not only morally reprehensible but violates India's own laws and international human rights obligations.
    16. Acharya, Madhavi: Net's one place to go when you need to know
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      Use the Internet to find information - but don't use it as your only source, and don't automatically trust everything you read.
    17. ACT UP/NY Women & AIDS Book Group: Women, AIDS & Activism
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    18. Adam, Brad: Media Freedom
      You will be harrassed and detained

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      This report analyzes how the Chinese government is failing to fulfill its commitments to respect the reporting freedom of foreign correspondents during the period of the temporary regulations and is instead continuing to subject foreign reporters to detention, harassment, and intimidation. It also examines how the Chinese government maintains a stranglehold on the activities of domestic journalists.
    19. Adams, Tim: Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      An interview with the current head of Google Search, discussing some of the thought processes behind the current functionality of 'search' and some of its possibilites for the future.
    20. Adamson, Sara [Antoniou, Laura]: The Slave
      Resource Type: Book
    21. Addley, Esther: PayPal admits US pressure over WikiLeaks account freeze
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      PayPal today admitted it suspended payments to WikiLeaks after an intervention from the US State Department.
    22. Adelmab, Howard: The Holiversity
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    23. Adelman, Howard, & Lee, Dennis (ed.): The University Game
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1968
    24. Ades, Dawn: Photomontage
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
    25. Adetunji, Jo: The chemical dangers in food packaging
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The long-term effects of synthetic chemicals used in packaging, food storage and processing food could be damaging our health, scientists have warned.
    26. Adler-Bolton, Beatrice: "Right to Try" Is a Cruel Farce
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Drug companies want you to think they're providing glimmers of hope to terminally ill patients. Don't believe them.
    27. Adolph, Val: Managing Crisis
      Managing the Human Service Agency in Difficult Times

      Resource Type: Article
    28. Agence France-Presse: Outrage as plant bosses acquitted over fatal toxic spill in Hungary
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Prosecutors had demanded prison terms for those on trial after alumina works disaster killed 10 and wrecked villages.
    29. Ahmed, Nafeez: Global water crisis causing failed harvests, hunger, war and terrorism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The world is already experiencing water scarcity driven by over-use, poor land management and climate change. If we fail to respond to the warnings before us, major food and power shortages will soon afflict large parts of the globe.
    30. Ahmed, Nafeez: How the CIA made Google
      Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet - Part 1

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      How the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain "information superiority.'
    31. Aitken, Jonathan; Beloff, Michael: A Short Walk on the Campus
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1966
      The authors' account, largely humorous, of their debating tour of America in which they represented Oxford University.
    32. al-Gharbi, Musa; McNeil, St: 'Flooding the Zone' with Bullshit on Syria
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      In recent weeks, the Obama Administration has been embarked on a massive propaganda campaign they call “flooding the zone.” We hope to provide the most direct and systematic refutation of the Administration’s case for war in Syria.
    33. Al-Khalili, Jim: Remember what we owe to Arab science
      It's time to herald the Arabic science that prefigured Darwin and Newton

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      In an era of intolerance, the West needs to appreciate the fertile scholarship that flowered with Islam.
    34. Albert, Michael: What Makes Alternative Media Alternative?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      Having avidly consumed and helped conceive and produce alternative media for decades, I
      am tired of how vague we are on these issues.
    35. Alia, Valerie; Brennan, Brian; Hoffmaster, Barry (ed.): Deadlines & Diversity
      Journalism Ethics in a Changing World

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      An anthology on journalism ethics.
    36. Allam, Hisham: Why I quit my job as an investigations editor in Egypt
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Hisham Allam is an award-winning investigative reporter based in Cairo. He was an investigative editor for the El-Watan newspaper, but the recent crackdown on the Egyptian press has taken a toll on his freedom to report the truth. In this Secrets of the Masters interview, he describes his groundbreaking coverage of the Egyptian revolution and explains why he recently quit his job.
    37. Allen, Debbie: Confessions of Shameless Self-Promotion
      Resource Type: Book
    38. Allen, Edward: How Buildings Work
      The Natural Order of Architecture

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      The basic principles of a residential and office "building" are explained: how and why buildings stand up, how they age, why they die, internal designs. All with hundreds of illustrations.
    39. Allen, Gene: Ribbon of Type
      Making National News: A History of Canadian Press

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2013
      Thanks to the books of Pierre Berton, the nineteenth-century struggle to build a railway to the Pacific and unite a new nation is well-known. Making National News explores a nation-building exercise that was perhaps even more crucial -- the establishment of a wire service to deliver news from coast to coast.
    40. Allen, Paul: Trigger Issues: Condom
      One Small Item, One Giant Impact

      Resource Type: Book
    41. Allen, Paul: Trigger Issues: Condom
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      A brief history of contraception and a fascinating look at this crucial piece of latex.
    42. Allen, Robert: How to Save the World
      Strategy for World Conservation

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1980
      "How To Save The World" discusses, "Why the world needs saving now and how it can be done". Allen breaks his work down into seven chapters, devoting each to an important aspect of the global predicament. Securing the food supply, saving forests, preserving wildlife and presenting a strategy for conservation are all discussed as methods to improve the relationship between mankind and nature.
    43. Allen, Robert Thomas: The Great Lakes
      The Illustrated Natural History of Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    44. Alsaafin, Linah: Gaza girl awaiting surgery reunited with her mother in West Bank
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      After getting an Israeli-issued medical permit, Inam al-Attar traveled without her parents from Gaza Strip to West Bank.
    45. Altalebi, Lamees: Google's upcoming Allo messaging app is 'dangerous', Edward Snowden claims
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Using Google's upcoming messaging app is "dangerous", according to Edward Snowden. In a tweet, the whistleblower advised against using Allo, the search giant’s latest app, saying: "Google's decision to disable end-to-end encryption by default in its new Allo chat app is dangerous, and makes it unsafe. Avoid it for now."
    46. Ample, Annie: The Bare Facts
      My Life as a Stripper

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    47. Anderson, David & Benjaminson, Peter: Investigative Reporting
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      Explains the art and science of investigative reporting: how to decide on a subject, how to find and evaluate sources, how to approach and interview the sources and the subject of the investigation, how to write the investigative story, how to insure that it gets published, and how to advance the aims of an investigation even after the publication of the first article. A major portion of the book is devoted to research in public documents.
    48. Anderson, Kevin: Talks in the city of light generate more heat
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Rather than relying on far-off negative-emissions technologies, Paris needed to deliver a low-carbon road map for today.
    49. Anderson, Ron, Dupuis, Lynn, Duthie, Hamish: An Environmental Inventory of the Bruce Trail
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Ron Anderson, Lynn Dupuis and Hamish Duthie of the Bruce Trail Environmental Committee provide a great resource for those interested in the natural features of the Trail and its surroundings. Listed are the areas which have been identified as Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSIs) and Environmentally Sensitive (ESAs). The team collected data from previous sites and new sites continue to be identified. There is also a comprehensive set of maps for all the ESAs and ANSIs sites. The maps were digitized at the University of Waterloo and the Bruce Trail Association has a copy on disc so revisions and additions will be added as new sites are found.
    50. Andersson, Hilary: Uganda's lost innocents
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
    51. Andrews, W.A.; Cranmer-Byng, J.L.: Urban Natural Areas
      Resource Type: Book
    52. Andruss, Van, Plant, Christopher, Plant, Judith, Wright, Eleanor: Home!
      A Bioregional Reader

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      A guide to the vision and strategy of bioregionalism.
    53. Angell, Marcia: The Truth About the Drug Companies
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      The combined profits for the ten drug companies in the Fortune 500 ($35.9 billion) were more than the profits for all the other 490 businesses put together ($33.7 billion) [in 2002]. Over the past two decades the pharmaceutical industry has moved very far from its original high purpose of discovering and producing useful new drugs. Now primarily a marketing machine to sell drugs of dubious benefit, this industry uses its wealth and power to co-opt every institution that might stand in its way.
    54. Angiwn, Julia; McGinty, Tom: Sites Feed Personal Details To New Tracking Industry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The largest U.S. websites are installing new and intrusive consumer-tracking technologies on the computers of people visiting their sites—in some cases, more than 100 tracking tools at a time. The tracking files are the leading edge of a new industry of data-gatherers who are in effect establishing a new business model for the Internet: one based on intensive surveillance of people to sell data about, and predictions of, their interests and activities, in real time.
    55. Anglin. Lise: Birder Extraordinaire
      The life and legacy of James L. Baillie

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      A biography of the naturalist Jim Ballie.
    56. Angus, Ian: Cesspools, Sewage, and Social Murder
      Environmental Crisis and Metabolic Rift in Nineteenth-Century London

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Karl Marx's analysis of changes in British agriculture in the nineteenth-century provides the theoretical starting point for what is now known as 'metabolic rift theory'. This article considers an aspect of the theory that has not been much discussed in modern ecosocialist analysis- the environmental crisis that the accumulation of human excrement caused in urban areas, notably in London.
    57. Angus, Ian: Essential Debates at the Intersections of Science and Socialism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In the introduction to his new book "A Redder Shade of Green", Ian Angus says ecosocialism must be based on a careful synthesis of Marxist social science and Earth System science -- a twenty-first century rebirth of scientific socialism.
    58. Angus, Ian: Fantasy technology won't stop climate change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Climate negotiators are promising 'negative emissions' using a risky and unproven technology called BECSS. It's the wrong way to go.
    59. Angus, Ian: Five Challenges for Ecosocialists in 2008
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Ecosocialism is not separate from the existing left and green movements, and it is not a structured movement on its own. Rather, it is a current of thought within existing socialist and green-left movements, seeking to win ecology activists to socialism and to convince socialists of the vital importance of ecological issues and struggles.
    60. Angus, Ian: Heatwave frequency rises twice as fast in the poorest countries
      New research proves that the countries least responsible for global warming, those least able to adapt, have already been hit much harder by

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A feature of most statements about climate change is the use of the future tense: the poorest countries will be worse-hit than the rich ones. But new research shows that the predicted unequal climate future has actually been with us for decades. The poorest countries have already experienced twice as great an increase in extreme temperatures as the rich ones, and the gap has been widening for more than thirty years.
    61. Angus, Ian: A Marxist History of Capitalism (Book Review)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A book review of Henry Heller's "A Marxist History of Capitalism" which restores class struggle to a central place in explaining how capitalism arose and grew, and can eventually be overcome.
    62. Angus, Ian: Memo to Jacobin: Ecomodernism is not ecosocialism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Ian Angus challenges a left-wing magazine that promotes geoengineering, nuclear power, carbon storage and other techno-fixes as solutions to climate change.
    63. Angus, Ian: The Omega Principle: A vicious circle of fish, cattle and capitalism (Book review)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A review of Paul Greenberg's book "The Omega Principle: Seafood and the Quest for a Long Life and a Healthier Planet", which examines how the fishing industry that plunders the seas for tiny fish is supporting unsustainable industrial agriculture.
    64. Angus, Ian: Planetary Crisis: We are not all in this together
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Liberal environmentalists insist that we are all passengers on Spaceship Earth, sharing a common fate and a common responsibility for the ship's safety. In reality, a handful of Spaceship Earth's passengers travel first-class, in plush air-conditioned cabins with every safety feature, including reserved seats in the very best lifeboats. The majority are herded into steerage, exposed to the elements, with no lifeboats at all. Armed guards keep them in their place.
    65. Angus, Ian (ed.): The Global Fight for Climate Justice
      Anticapitalist Responses to Global Warming and Environmental Destruction

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      A guide to the debate on climate change, a sourcebook that makes the case for anti-capitalist action as the only effective way to stop global warming.
    66. Angus, Ian; Riddell, John: Key to the Leap: Leave the oil in the soil
      Movement Building

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Ian Angus and John Riddell argue that using the Leap Manifesto as the basis for building a new socialist movement in Canada must include confronting the climate crisis and the power of Big Oil.
    67. Angwin,Julia; Tigas,Mike: Zombie Cookie: The Tracking Cookie That You Can’t Kill
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      An online ad company called Turn is using tracking cookies that come back to life after Verizon users have deleted them. The information retrieved contains customers' habits on their smartphones and tablets.
    68. Annis, Roger: New headaches for tar sands pipeline proponents as oil fouls Vancouver harbour
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A bad turn of events for the local environment and for some of the oil barons targeting their entire planet in their climate-wrecking plans. That's an apt summary of the oil spill that has fouled the beaches and harbour of Vancouver BC beginning on April 8, 2015.
    69. Anonymous: Decision from an Unknown Body: On blocking websites in Egypt
      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2017
      Report by AFTE on state censorship and the monitoring and blocking of websites in Egypt.
    70. Anstis, Sienna: Sex Workers' Rights in Kenya: "It's Better to Be a Thief Than Gay in Kenya"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      "It's better to be a thief than gay in Kenya," says a gay sex worker. Both are often punished by death, but being the latter means never revealing yourself to the public and remaining perpetually closeted. It means dealing with homophobes at day and pleasuring them at night.
    71. Antoaneta Bezlova: CHINA: News of Ethnic Strife Skirts Chinese Censors
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The story of ethnic strife engulfing Xinjiang may have been relegated to the inner pages of the country#s state-controlled newspapers, but this time, the government could barely suppress the outflow of information.
    72. Antoniou, Laura: By Her Subdued
      Resource Type: Book
    73. Araujo, Rui: There are no bad sources, only incompetent reporters
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      There is no democracy without efficient institutions and too many journalists passively accept this state, says Portuguese investigative journalist and "troublemaker" Rui Araujo.
    74. Arguedas Ortiz, Diego: Costa Rica's Energy Nearly 100 Percent Clean
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Arguedas Ortiz describes how Cost Rica's energy supply is based almost totally on clean sources.
    75. Aries, Philippe: Centuries of Childhood
      Resource Type: Book
    76. Aries, Philippe; Bejin, Andre (eds.): Western Sexuality
      Practice and Precept in Past and Present Times

      Resource Type: Book
      Examines homosexuality, sex and the Church, prostitution, and notions of love and marriage.
    77. Armentano, Paul: 5 Things the Corporate Media Don't Want You to Know About Cannabis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Recent scientific reports suggest that pot doesn't destroy your brain, that it doesn't cause lung damage like tobacco -- but you won't hear it in the corporate media.
    78. Armstrong, Hugh, Armstrong, Pat, Choiniere, Jacqueline, Feldberg, Gina, White, Jerry: Take Care
      Warning Signals for Canada's Health System

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      "Examines the modern Canadian health care system and exposes the impact of neo-conservative and market-oriented policies, showing the effect these have on patients and caregivers, particularly women. The voices of hospital workers, relating their own daily experiences in the wards, add a poignant urgency to the crucial question: What kind of health care system will Canadians inherit in the twenty-first century?"
    79. Armstrong, Pat; Armstrong, Hugh: Wasting Away
      The Undermining of Canada's Health Care System

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      Reform has led to lower quality, diminishing employee rights, and more unpaid work for women in the home.
    80. Armstrong, Pat; Connelly, Patricia M: Feminism, Politcal Economy, and the State
      Resource Type: Book
    81. Aronoff, Kate: Making Green Jobs Good Jobs
      Unions organize the clean energy sector

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Jobs versus the environment -- it's an old dilemma that pits unions seeking work for their members against activists rallying against projects like the Keystone XL. An expanding renewable energy sector might provide a way out of this quandary. Solar and wind energy projects can put people to work without imperiling the planet. But will these jobs be friendly to workers, as well as the environment?
    82. Aronson, James: The Press and the Cold War
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    83. Aronson, Merry; Spetner, Don: The Public Relations Writer's Handbook
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    84. Arthur, Charles: Facebook forces Instagram users to allow it to sell their uploaded photos
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Move means pictures could be used in advertising, with all payments going to social media giant.
    85. Arthur, Charles: Why do the Tories want to hide who owns British land?
      Selling off the Land Registry could lead to an increase in house prices as a private monopoly hoards information on property sales

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Like an embarrassed child trying to hide a broken lamp behind a curtain, Sajid Javid last Thursday, hours before the Easter break, sneaked out the news that the government wants to privatise the Land Registry. Perhaps he hoped nobody would notice.
    86. Asante, Molefi Kete: Kemet, Afrocentricity and Knowledge
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Asante has written a book which looks at African centred thinking as a discipline not merely as a group of courses related by their subject matter. Drawing on a scholarly critique of ideas, concepts and currents in history, philosophy and sociology he develops the premise that this thinking is both meaningful and necessary.
    87. Ash, Timothy Garton: The Stasi could only dream of such data
      Britain, the birthplace of liberalism, has become the database state

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      As technology increases the flow of stored data about individual actions, assurances of the "right to informational self-determination" must be hard won from governments. Government surveillance of citizens has become an accepted 'counter-terrorism' measure.
    88. Ashly, Jaclynn: Drowning in the waste of Israeli settlers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Several decades ago, the al-Matwa spring in Salfit city would often be crowded with Palestinians hiking in the valley and families picnicking alongside the clear, flowing stream. Now, however, the sewage flowing through the spring, the rancid smell that engulfs the valley, and the mosquitoes swarming the area have left the valley largely deserted.
    89. Ashton-Warner, Sylvia: Teacher
      Resource Type: Book
    90. Astephen,Lynaya: How do you stop a pipeline when one family owns both the oil and the media?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Pipeline opponent’s op-ed rejected by Irving-owned newspaper in New Brunswick.
    91. Attenborough, David: The Living Planet
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
      The story of the Earth's surface and its colonization by animals and plants.
    92. Atton, Chris: Alternative Media
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    93. Auerbach, Daniel; Clark, Brett: The Internet and Monopoly Capitalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A review of Robert W. McChesney's Digital Disconnect: How Capitalism Is Turning the Internet against Democracy.
    94. Austin, Susan: Carbon trading: privatising the world's forests
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The World Bank sponsored carbon offset program has faced widespread criticism for, in effect, privatising forests and allowing rich nations to evade responsibility for cutting emissions themselves.
    95. Aveni, Anthony: The Book of the Year
      A Brief History of Seasonal Holidays

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      Traces the origins of modern American holidays.
    96. Azrin, Nathan H.; Foxx, Richard M.: Toilet Training in Less Than a Day
      Resource Type: Book

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    1. Baechle, Thomas R., Earler, Roger W.: Fitness Weight Training
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    2. Bagdikian, Ben H: The Media Monopoly
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
    3. Bahro, Rudolf: Building the Green Movement
      Resource Type: Book
      Rudolf Bahro has emerged from the West German Green Party as a political and social thinker with substantial international influence. In Building the Green Movement, he sets forth his views on North-South relations, the peace movement, his increasing disaffection with parliamentary politics, his ideas on the renewal of communities, and his insistence on the need for spiritual resurgence.
    4. Baichwal, Jennifer: Manufactured Landscapes
      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2006
      Photographer Edward Burtynsky travels the world observing changes in landscapes due to industrial work and manufacturing.
    5. Bailey, David: The Lady is a Tramp
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    6. Baird, Vanesse: The No-Nonsense Guide to Sexual Diversity
      Resource Type: Book
      An examination of the ways in which tolerance and hostility have manifested themselves throughout history, and in current attitudes toward sexual diversity.
    7. Baker, Harold R; Draper, James A; Fairbairn, Brett T (Edtors): Dignity and Growth
      Citizen Participation in Social Change

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      Makes the case that rural communities cannot function without citizen participation in social change.
    8. Baker, Rob: The Art of AIDS
      From Stigma to Conscience

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      Examines AIDS as an increasingly common theme in drama, dance, music, film,television, painting, photography and theatre. Reveals not only the expected themes of death and dying, but also the issues of spirituality and healing, political and social action, sexuality and responsibility, isolation and community, racism and heterosexism.
    9. Baldwin, Guy: Ties That Bind
      The SM/Leather/Fetish Erotic Style: Issues, Commentaries, and Advice

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    10. Ball, James: Richard O'Dwyer: living with the threat of extradition
      Student who set up website posting links to TV and film content fears being used as a guinea pig by Hollywood giants

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Richard O'Dwyer's web-linking site would place him at the heart of the titanic running battle between the Hollywood giants – struggling to keep their beleaguered business model intact in the online era – and a new digital generation unwilling to play by the old rules.
    11. Ball, James; Schneier, Bruce; Greenwald, Glenn: NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The National Security Agency has made repeated attempts to develop attacks against people using Tor, a popular tool designed to protect online anonymity, despite the fact the software is primarily funded and promoted by the US government itself.
    12. Balule, Dr. Badala Tachilsa; Louw, Raymond;Kandjii, Kaitira: Undue Restriction
      Laws Impacting on Media Freedom in SADC

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
    13. Balzer, Timothy: The Information Front: The Canadian Army and News Management during the Second World War
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2011
      In wartime, capturing the hearts and minds of the citizenry is arguably as important as victory on the battlefield. The Information Front explores the Canadian military’s use of public relations units to manage news during the Second World War. These specialized units were responsible for providing sufficient and positive news coverage to Canadians at home. This fascinating study traces the transformation of an emergent PR organization.
    14. Bamberger, Michelle; Oswald, Robert: The Real Cost of Fracking: How America's Shale Gas Boom Is Threatening Our Families, Pets, and Food
      How America's Shale Gas Boom Is Threatening Our Families, Pets, and Food

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      Across the United States, fracking -- the extraction of natural gas by hydraulic fracturing -- is being touted as the answer to energy independence and a fix for a flagging economy. Drilling companies assure us that the process is safe, politicians push through drilling legislation without a serious public-health debate, and those who speak out are marginalized, their silence purchased by gas companies and their warnings about the dangers of fracking stifled.
    15. Bamford, James: Body of Secrets
      Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      The National Security Agency (NSA) is the largest intelligence gathering agency in the world. James Banford in his sequel to "The Puzzle Palace" draws on newly released government documents and interviews with past and present personel to give a detailed picture of the agency. Tracing its origins from the Truman admisnistration and using examples from modern day incidents (Gary Powers, the Pueblo, the Israeli attack on a U.S. surveillance ship and many more) he provides us with an overview of the murky and dangerous world of intelligence operations.
    16. Bankston, Kevin: CDT and Allies Take Aim at Government's Secret Protocol For Wireless Shutdowns
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The U.S. government has a secret emergency protocol for initiating citywide shutdowns of cell phone networks? The CDT states that "The government should not have the secret, unchecked authority to turn off the networks through which we all communicate every day."
    17. Bannoura, Saed: Israeli airline pilots and crews trained to give talks promoting Israel in US cities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The main Israeli-owned airline, El Al, in collaboration with the Jewish Agency, the group 'Stand With Us', and the Israeli Foreign Ministry, has launched a campaign to send Israeli pilots and flight crews to speak in US cities promoting Israel.
    18. Banville, Diana et al: Guide to the Toronto Field Naturalists' Nature Reserves
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
    19. Barbarch, Lonnie; Levine, Linda: Shared Intimacies
      Women's Sexual Experiences

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1980
    20. Barber, Katherine (ed.): The Canadian Oxford Dictionary
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      More than just a dictionary, this is also a reference book with its ample informational entries which include short biographies of Canadians ranging from Elvis Stoiko to Nellie McClung and Canadian locations as diverse as Nunavut and the Red Chamber.
    21. Barca, Stefania: Labor in the Age of Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Climate change must be stopped. But who will do the stopping? Who, in other words, could be the political subject of an anticapitalist climate revolution? Stefania Barca argues that this social agent could be, and indeed must be, the global working class. Yet to play this role, the working class must develop an emancipatory ecological class consciousness.
    22. Barcan, Ruth: Nudity: A Cultural Anatomy
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      We alternately think of nudity as a perversion and a state of innocence. Why is our response so contradictory and why is nudity treated so differently in different contexts? Drawing on popular culture, literature, philosophy, religion, and firsthand interviews in order to answer these questions, Barcan encounters morticians, nudists, strippers, nurses, tattooists, artists and pornographers.
    23. Barclay, Susanne; Coghill, Judith; Weeks, Peter: Canadian Students' Guide to Language, Literature, and Media
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      Meant for secondary schools, independent use, or small group study
    24. Barde, Jean-Philippe; Button, Kenneth: Transport Policy and the Environment
      Six Case Studies

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    25. Barer, Morris L.; Bhatia, Vandna; Stoddart, Greg L.; Evans, Robert G.: The Remarkable Tenacity of User Charges
      A Concise History of the Participation, Positions and Rationales of Canadian Interest Groups

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
    26. Barker, Melissa: New Archival Collections: How to Know What’s New at Your Favorite Repository
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      New archival collections at your favorite repository may be the long-awaited key to solving your family history mysteries! But how can you keep up with what’s new at archives and libraries? Professional archivist Melissa Barker shares her favorite tips.
    27. Barlovac,Bojana: Major powers tailored Serbian media legislation for 'Balkan CNN'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Regardless of different EU policies on the issue among different EU member states, the Serbian media practice to date does not leave room for optimism.
    28. Barlow, Maude: Blue Betrayal
      The Harper government's assault on Canada's freshwater

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Canadians have long taken their water heritage for granted. This is largely due to the myth that there is an abundance of water. While it is true that compared to many other parts of the world Canada is blessed with water, it is false that there is water to waste or sell.
    29. Barnes, Julian: My life as a bibliophile
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      From school prizes to writing his own novels, the author reflects on his lifelong bibliomania and explains why, despite e-readers and Amazon, he believes the physical book and bookshops will survive.
    30. Barnes, Simon: Flying in the Face of Nature
      A Year in the Minsmere Bird Reserve

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      The author describes conservation efforts around the world, using the Minsmere bird reserve in Britain as a starting point.
    31. Barnett, Jerry: Porn, Women's Rights and the Left
      A Response to Gail Dines

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      I believe that government belongs in health, education, welfare, social services, environmental protection and transport; but I do not believe that it belongs in our bedrooms.
    32. Barnhurst, Kevin G.; Nrone, John: The Form of News
      A History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      A history of newspaper design in the USA, the ways of writing, how papers are organized, presentation values of typography, space and pictures, and the impact of changing technology
    33. Baroud, Ramzy: Fighting For The Right To Walk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Israel has denied the residents of Gaza -- children and adults -- Gaza food, medical supplies, clean water, building materials, health care, and pretty much every other element of normal life, and in doing so has violated the most basic standards of human decency.
    34. Baroud, Ramzy: Journalism, History and War: Sit, Type and Bleed
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      There are millions of victims throughout the Middle East region, that cannot be understood or expressed through typical media narration: a gripping headline, couple of quotes and a paragraph or two by way of providing context.The price is too high for this kind of lazy journalism.
    35. Baroud, Ramzy: Why Is the Truth on Syria Difficult To Decipher?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      According to Steven Kinzer, the American media's misinformation on Syria is leading to the kind of ignorance which is enabling the American government to pursue any policy, however imprudent, in the war-torn Arab country. The US government can "decree the death of nations" with “popular support because many Americans - and many journalists - are content with the official story," he wrote.
    36. Barrett, Paul: Why Everyone Is Wrong about the Censorship Fight at Universities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The silencing of part-time instructors is the real free speech crisis
    37. Barron, Simon: Google can't be trusted to look after our books
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The author warns that Google's lack of accountability to the public could put its digital collection in jeopardy should it become too expensive to maintain. He argues that the protection of cultural resources should be in the hands of the public sector.
    38. Bartel, Gilbert: Group Sex
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
      A study of couples who engage in mate-swapping and group sex.
    39. Bartlett, Rob: Chicago Teachers' Strike Looms
      Against The Current vol. 160

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Whether or not the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) will strike this September is an open question. But the issues they raise are gaining national attention.
    40. Bartlett, Rob: Update: Chicago's School War
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Chicago Public Schools took a hit on May 22, 2013 as the appointed Board of Education of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) voted to close 50 schools, of the 54 originally targeted for shutdown -- in the largest closing of public schools in U.S. history. This was done despite an outpouring of opposition, expressed by thousands of parents in more than 100 meetings mandated by state law to allow parental and community input into the process.
    41. Bartlett, Robert: Looking Inside the Education Crisis
      Book review

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      A book review of The Future of our Schools:Teachers Unions and Social Justice by Lois Weiner.
    42. Bartlett, Robert: Two Years After the CTU Strike
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      In light of the Chicago Teachers Union's strike that changed the discourse on education in the United States, Bartlett analyzes the persisting problems with public education systems, such as school closings, privitization, and poor allocation of funding.
    43. Basch, Reva: Secrets of the Super Net Searchers
      The Reflections, Revelations and Hard-Won Wisdom of 35 of the World's Top Internet Researchers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Internet experts offer insights, anecdotes, tips, techniques, and case histories.
    44. Bateson, Gregory: Steps to an Ecology of Mind
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      The questions which this book raises are ecological; how do ideas interact? Is there some sort of natural selection which determines the survival of some ideas and the extinction or death of others? What sort of economics limits the multiplicity of ideas in a given region of mind.
    45. Battisoni, Alyssa: How to Change Everything
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Naomi Klein's This Changes Everything is a vital book whose limitations should spark discussion about where we go from here.
    46. Baxandall, Lee: World Guide to Nude Beaches and Recreation
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
    47. Baynes, Ken: Art and Society: Sex
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    48. Beard, Mike: Running a Public Relations Department
      Resource Type: Book
    49. Beaty, Bart; Sulolivan, Rebecca: Canadian Television Today
      Resource Type: Book
      The authors look at the key political decisions that have helped shape Canadian teleivision examine the relationship between the nation, state and culture; and look at the impact of multiculturalism and globalization.
    50. Beaumont, Peter; Kingsley, Patrick: Devil and the deep blue sea: how Mediterranean migrant disaster unfolded
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Desperate migrants from Gaza and Syria tell how they put themselves at the mercy of people smugglers in their voyage to cross the Mediterranean.
    51. Bebout, Rick: Text crimes
      The very long & contentious career of "Men loving boy loving men"

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Rick Bebout on journalism and freedom and the Body Politic newspaper.
    52. Bebout, Rick: Urban amenities; erotic anxieties
      Baths, lavatories, and the YMCA: The politics of bodies in civic space

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      A history of public baths, in particular public baths and similar spaces in Toronto in the last century, and the changing perceptions and uses of such spaces by the public, in particular the treatment of private acts within public spaces.
    53. Beccaria, Laurent; de Saint-Exupéry, Patrick; Cullen, John (trans.): Content and Its Discontents
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      On the negatively changing nature of journalism and the press in the digital age, including four potential pillars of a reformed press that will restore the exchange value between news publications and their readers.
    54. Becerra, Diana C. Sierra: Colombian Workers Injured and Fired
      Against The Current vol. 163

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The General Motors subsidiary in Colombia, Colmotores, fired over 200 workers who were injured on the job, ranging from spinal fractures to cancer.
    55. Beck, Evelyn Torton (ed.): Nice Jewish Girls
      A Lesbian Anthology

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      A collection of pictures, poems, fiction, and essays on what it means to be Jewish and lesbian.
    56. Becker, Leslie: Entrepreneurs Convert Landfill Gas into an Alternative Source of Energy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1990
      New technology is presenting alternatives for the generation of energy from landfill gases.
    57. Beckett, Andy: The dark side of the internet
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Search engines access only a very small fraction of the deep web, which is estimated to be five hundred times as big as the surface web.
    58. Beeley, Vanessa: 'Reporters Without Scruples' fails to derail revelatory conference on White Helmets
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The Geneva Press Club (GPC) announced an event that would present the darker side of the Oscar-winning, multi-million-dollar internationally funded White Helmets, operating in Syria alongside Jabhat al-Nusra (Al-Nusra Front) and other US Coalition-armed & financed terrorist groups.The event was entitled "They Don't Care About Us – White Helmets True Agenda."
    59. Beelman, Maud: Be careful of the "master narrative"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Maud Beelman, founding director of ICIJ and now deputy managing editor for investigations and enterprise at The Dallas Morning News, has a strategic four-part checklist which helps her prioritize which stories to go after. She shares them here, as well as the most important lessons learned over the years, and how to make the most of the limited time and resources you are given.
    60. Beers, David: Deepak Chopra's Appeal
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The rich New Age guru claims he can fly and halt aging. Why do people listen? What does he say to a skeptic?
    61. Beevor, Antony: A Writer at War
      Vasily Grossman with the Red Army 1941-1945

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    62. Behrens, Matthew: Taking liberties: When elite representatives define 'national security'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Most reporters assigned to the national security beat are not physically embedded within the RCMP and CSIS in the way those covering the occupation of Afghanistan seem to become stenographers for the Canadian military. But they tend to write as if they were, buying the assumptions created and sustained by those who benefit most from them while generally ignoring the fact that these agencies have a historical profile that reads "pathological liar."
    63. Beiser, Elana: Syria, Iraq, Egypt most deadly nations for journalists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The conflict in Syria, a spike in Iraqi bloodshed, and political violence in Egypt accounted for the high number of journalists killed on the job in 2013.
    64. Bell Laurie: Good Girls, Bad Girls
      Sex Trade Workers and Feminists Face to Face

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
      Looks into issues like racism in pornography, reclamation of the label "whore," the concerns surrounding censorship and the myths and stereotypes that have made sex trade workers outcasts.
    65. Bell, Julian: Five Hundred Self-Portraits
      Resource Type: Book
    66. Bellamy Foster, John: James Hansen and the Climate-Change Exit Strategy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Hansen has provided the starting point for a realistic climate-change exit strategy aimed at keeping the increase in global average temperatures below 2°C (3.6° F), an amount that constitutes the planetary tipping point with respect to climate change.
    67. Bello, Walden: Trump: the Ultimate Blowback for American Foreign Policy?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      When the late Chalmers Johnson introduced the word "blowback" to describe the adverse consequences of Washington’s actions in the world, he wasn't referring simply to the victims of U.S. imperial interventions striking back on American soil. More importantly, he saw the resulting destabilization of the American democratic process as the most dangerous blowback of all.
    68. Bender, Peter Urs: Leadership from Within
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Skills and techniques for leadership and success based on a holistic approach.
    69. Bender, Peter Urs: Secrets of Power Presentations
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    70. Benedict, Kennette: Stuxnet and the Bomb
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Over the past decade, US experts have strenuously warned about the ominous possibility of other nations, rogue states, or even terrorist groups attacking US infrastructure through the Internet. As it happens, however, it is the United States itself that has developed malicious software in secrecy and launched it against another country.
    71. Bennett, Jessica: Only You. And You. And You.
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
    72. Benton, Ted (ed.): The Greening of Marxism
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      An examination of the influence of green politics on Marxism.
    73. Benzie, Robert: McGuinty demands Hudak apologize for ‘foreigners’ comments
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Dalton McGuinty is demanding Tim Hudak apologize for deriding a Liberal plan to help new Canadian professionals as a perk for “foreign workers” or “foreigners.” ... Vic Gupta, the Tory candidate in Richmond Hill, said his party has nothing to apologize for because the scheme is an “insulting” example of “affirmative action.”
      Hudak, however, is not backing away from his choice of words.
      “We’ve lost so many jobs. This notion that the Liberals had an idea that to pay $10,000 to a company to hire foreign workers ahead of anyone else . . . well, no matter how you cut it, it is an affirmative action program that is unequal and unfair and I stand against it,” the PC leader said in Hamilton.
    74. Berg, Jean de: The Image
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    75. Berg, Jeff: A Grim Very Tale: The Kehoe Paradigm
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      In the 1920s two employees of GM working in the research lab discovered that the addition of tetraethyllead - TEL - to gasoline would reduce engine 'knock'. It would take sixty years to stop industry from adding TEL to gasoline. During that time the lead contamination in the environment - globally - was raised by hundreds of times. Billions of tons of lead was dispersed into the environment.
    76. Berg, Leila: Risinghill
      Death of a Comprehensive School

      Resource Type: Book
    77. Berger, Tamara Faith: Lie With Me
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    78. Berglund, Berndt: Wilderness Living
      A Complete Handbook and Guide To Pioneering in North America

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
    79. Berglund, Birgitta; Lindvall, Thomas: Community Noise
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      Critically reviews the adverse effects of community noise, including interference with communication, noise-induced hearing loss, annoyance responses, and effects on sleep, the cardiovascular and psychophysiological systems, performance, productivity, and social behaviour.
    80. Berkman, Robert: Choosing and Using a News Alert Service
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    81. Bernarde, Melvin A.: Global Warning...Global Warming
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    82. Berndt, Heide; Lorenzer, Alfred; Horn, Klaus: Architektur als Ideologie
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
    83. Bernstein, Dennis: Fighting Secrecy and the National Security State
      An Interview With Birgitta Jonsdottir, the Co-Producer of WikiLeaks's "Collateral Murder" Video

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      An interview with Iceland Member of Parliament Birgitta Jonsdottir of the Pirate Party on the status of the international struggle against government secrecy and surveillance.
    84. Berrigan, Frida: It Runs in the Family
      On Being Raised by Radicals and Growing into Rebellious Motherhood

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      It Runs in the Family is a book about how parents can create lasting and meaningful bulwarks between their kids and the violence endemic in our culture. It posits discipline without spanks or slaps or threats of violence, while considering how to raise thoughtful, compassionate, fearless young people committed to social and political change-- without scaring, hectoring or scarring them with all the wrongs in the world.
    85. Berry, Wendell: Wendell Berry Quotes
      Resource Type: Unclassified
    86. Bertelli, Michele; Lil, Felix; Pedriel, Genciano; Saurus, Javier: Mothers and Children First
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      An interactive report on mothers and child bearing in Bolivia where deaths are highest among indigenous populations. This report looks at the efforts by doctors, indigenous midwives and healers who are collaborating in what is being called 'intercultural health care'.

    87. Berthold-Bond, Annie: Clean and Green
      The Complete Guide to Nontoxic and Environmentally Safe Housekeeping

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      "485 ways to clean, polish, disinfect, deodorize, launder, remove stains, even wax your car, without harming yourself or the environment.
    88. Berwick, Carly: Zeroing out Zero Tolerance
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Urban districts are increasingly doing away with harsh, no-excuses discipline -- a tactic that was once seen as the only way to address misconduct at big, high-poverty schools.
    89. Bettelheim, Bruno: The Children of the Dream
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
      An 1960s account o communal child-rearing in Israeli kibbutzim.
    90. Bey, Daniel: How The Guardian Undermines Jeremy Corbyn and the Left
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      teleSUR spoke to David Cromwell and David Edwards, co-editors of Media Lens, about The Guardian and corporate media's bias against Labour party leader Jeremy Cobyn.
    91. Beyerstein, Barry: Why Bogus Therapies Seem to Work
      At least ten kinds of errors and biases can convince intelligent, honest people

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      At least ten kinds of errors and biases can convince intelligent, honest people that cures have been achieved when they have not.
    92. Bezener, Andy: Birds of Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    93. Bhatia, Vandna; Stoddart, Greg L.; Barer, Morris L.; Evans, Robert G.: User Charges in Health Care
      A Bibliography

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
    94. Biddle, Sam: Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts - and May Share Them With Police
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Apple promises that your iMessage conversations are safe and out of reach from anyone other than you and your friends. But according to a document obtained by The Intercept, your blue-bubbled texts do leave behind a log of which phone numbers you are poised to contact and shares this (and other potentially sensitive metadata) with law enforcement when compelled by court order.
    95. Biddle, Sam: Long-Secret Stingray Manuals Detail How Police Can Spy on Phones
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Harris Corp.'s Stingray surveillance device has been one of the most closely guarded secrets in law enforcement for more than 15 years. The company and its police clients across the United States have fought to keep information about the mobile phone-monitoring boxes from the public against which they are used. The Intercept has obtained several Harris instruction manuals spanning roughly 200 pages and meticulously detailing how to create a cellular surveillance dragnet.
    96. Biddle, Sam: Republican Data-Mining Firm Exposed Personal Information for Virtually Every American Voter
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Evidence suggests that Republican-linked election databases were inadvertently exposed to the internet, without password protection, potentially violating the privacy of almost every registered voter in the United States.
    97. Biehl, Janet: Finding our Way
      Rethinking Ecofeminist Politics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    98. Biehl, Janet; Staudenmaier, Peter: Ecofascism: Lessons from the German Experience
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Explores the integral role ecological ideas played in German fascism, along with anti-rational, quasi-New Age ideas about nature, blood, and soil. A second essay looks at certain present-day ecological ideologies, notably deep ecology and primitivism, which are fundamentally regressive and authoritarian.
    99. Bierce, Ambrose: The Devil's Dictionary
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1906
    100. Bierhoff, Burkhard: Theorie der Jugendarbeit
      Resource Type: Book
    101. Bilton, Michael: Be sure this way of life is something you are keen on, because it will eat up your time
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The riches contained in this questionnaire with multi-award-winning investigative journalist Michael Bilton. Read on to learn details about his research methodology, and why a significant investment of time is the most critical component of each investigative report.
    102. Bird, David: The Bird Almanac
      A Guide to Essential Facts and Figures of the World's Birds

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      Wide-ranging comprehensive resource about the world's birds.
    103. Birkner, Heinrich: Screen Printing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    104. Birnbauer, Bill: Be annoying, and don't give up
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Bill Birnbauer, Senior Lecturer in Journalism at Monash University in Australia, shares the methodology and techniques which have served him best as an investigative journalist.
    105. Bisacre, Michael; Carlisle, Richard (ed.): The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Human Body
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
    106. Bivins, Thomas: Mixed Media
      Moral Distinctions in Advertising , Public Relations and Journalism

      Resource Type: Book
    107. Black , Jonathan: Yes You Can!
      Behind the Hype and Hustle of the Motivation Biz

      Resource Type: Book
    108. Black, Maggie: The No-Nonsense Guide to Water
      Resource Type: Book
    109. Blake, Evan: California drought: agribusiness, fracking untouched by water rationing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      California has responded to the drought by rationing water, with $500 fines for domestic 'water wasters'. But agribusiness and water-intensive industries like fracking remain untouched by the restrictions, even though they consume over 90% of the state's water.
    110. Blake, Morrison: Black Day for the Blue Pencil
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      Once they were key figures in literary publishing, respected by writers who acknowledged their contribution to shaping books. But, argues Blake Morrison, editors are now an endangered species.The editorial tradition, first of all, is for self-effacement. As human beings, editors may be far from self-effacing, but as workers their contribution goes largely unacknowledged - a nod in the preface or a thank-you from the author at the launch party and that's it. They're the ghosts in the machine, the secret sharers, the anonymous power behind the throne.
    111. Blanchard, Peter: People - & Planet-Friendly Events & Information
      Bringing people together over ideas that matter

      Resource Type: Website
      Event calendar, job listings and other resources related to sustainable living, environment, and peace.
    112. Blatchfor, Christie: Thought police strike again as Wilfrid Laurier grad student is chastised for showing Jordan Peterson video
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A Wilfrid Laurier University teaching assistant has been identified as “transphobic” and sanctioned for last week showing her class an excerpt of a video debate involving the controversial University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson. In fact, her supervising professor, Nathan Rambukkana, told her that by showing the video to her “Canadian Communication in Context” class, “it basically was like … neutrally playing a speech by Hitler …”
    113. Blatchford, Christie: Tearful Liberal MP should accept James Bezan's fifth apology and move on
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Comes a time to draw the line, to note that not all remarks of a sexual nature are actually sexual in nature, that not all talk that is debatably inappropriate must be censored, that sometimes a bad line is just a bad line and that the #metoo movement does not require every woman to recall and publicize every slight, real or imagined, ever inflicted upon her by every man in the world.
    114. Blatchford, Christie: What happened to Brown is fundamentally wrong. Every man in the world is now vulnerable
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      For all the other moments #MeToo has wrought, the Patrick Brown story is seminal: A political leader is cut down like a sapling in the forest in a matter of hours, and none of his colleagues, in and outside of the Ontario Conservative party, and including the Ontario premier and the prime minister of Canada, have one word to say in the defence of fair play or the presumption of innocence.
    115. Blejman, Mariano: Nine tips for talking with potential investors
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Tips on how journalists, or teams of journalists can generate interest from venture capital are provided.
    116. Bloch, Dr. Ivan: Sexual Life in England
      A comprehansive survey of English morals

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    117. Block, Dr. Suzy: Hot Wet Holiday Sex
      From Wikileaky Condoms to Yucky Zuckerburg

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Whatever your preferences, do go on some kind of holiday sex adventure. Try not to hurt anyone, including yourself, and whatever your pleasure, enjoy it and infuse it with a sense of *sacred* solstice power, a promise to resist the deadly status quo of depression, perma-war and power-grabs, and a passionate commitment to love.
    118. Block, Susan: Cucks, Cuckolding and Campaign Management
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Talk about a bunch of sad sacks that really stink in the sack. The Trumpocalypse is ruining sex for the rest of us.
    119. Block, Susan: Lupercalian Valentine's Day
      Whip It Good

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The tradition of honoring all-inclusive, natural LUST around February 14 pre-dates classical times when Ancient Romans celebrated the Lupercalia, an archaic festival of the now obscure old shepherd god Lupercus (or perhaps Faunus, the Roman Pan), and a celebration of communal sexuality, purification, fertility, the rush of hormones, the howl of the wolf, the crack of the whip and the coming of Spring.
    120. Block, Susan: Make 2015 the Year of the Bonobo!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      We humans have much to learn from our kissing cousins, the peaceful, empathic, playful, sensual and highly sexual Bonobo. Rather than play out the myth of ancestral 'killer apes', better follow the 'Bonobo Way', and extend our love to all living beings and Earth herself.
    121. Block, Susan: Our Promiscuous Prehistory
      A Review of Sex at Dawn

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Most otherwise topnotch evolutionary psychologists, primatologists and anthropologists come up with flip, vague or convoluted ways to explain away unpopular evidence. They seem to be trying to squeeze the square peg of monogamy into the round hole of humanity. Ryan and Jethá have chosen a more well-rounded term to characterize the essence of human sexuality as practiced by our prehistoric progenitors: promiscuity.
    122. Block, Susan: Secret Sexual Fantasies
      The Erotic Theater of the Mind

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Your fantasies are always with you, playing hide-and-seek with your perceived realities, whispering wild ideas into your inner ear, showing movies in your mind, stirring your passions mysteriously, yet so powerfully. If you are imprisoned in any way–by your work, your family, your education, your religion, your government–your fantasies become your freedom. Sometimes your ability to fantasize is the only freedom you have.
    123. Blocksma, Mary: Naming Nature
      A Seasonal Guide for the Amateur Naturalist

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Encouraging people to explore nature, the author describes and names different plants and animals.
    124. Blomberg, Les: Noise, Sovereignty, and Civility
      Resource Type: Article
      Noise is caused by people and businesses claiming rights, usually property rights, to emit noise into the air, and by people who do not possess the civility to be good neighbors. While its effects are an environmental health issue, its causes are tied to the issues of sovereignty (who owns the air?) and civility (how should we treat our neighbors?).
    125. Bloomberg News: Racists and xenophobes find fertile ground in violent online world
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Spend enough time hunting terrorists or wandering dystopian wastelands in online games and you're bound to come across players hurling xenophobic and racist taunts at each other -- from the openly Islamophobic in Europe to Korean and Japanese gamers bickering over disputed islands.
    126. Bloomfield, Harold; with Philip Goldberg: Making Peace with Your Past
      The Six Essential Steps to Enjoying a Great Future

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
    127. Bloomfield, Michael: Workplace Guide
      Practical Action for the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    128. Blowe, Kevin: How the cops try to predict our next move
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      As civil dissent ramps up, UK secret police develop new modes of repression. Kevin Blowe reports on cops, kettles and a database profiling thousands of activists.
    129. Blum, William: Eavesdropping on the Planet
      The Inalienable Right to Snoop?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Like a mammoth vacuum cleaner in the sky, the National Security Agency (NSA) sucks it all up: home phone, office phone, cellular phone, email, fax, telex … satellite transmissions, fiber-optic communications traffic, microwave links … voice, text, images … captured by satellites continuously orbiting the earth, then processed by high-powered computers … if it runs on electromagnetic energy, NSA is there, with high high tech. Twenty-four hours a day. Perhaps billions of messages sucked up each day. No one escapes. Not presidents, prime ministers, the UN Secretary-General, the pope, the Queen of England, embassies, transnational corporation CEOs, friend, foe, your Aunt Lena …
    130. Blum, Willian: From Wikileaks to TSA
      Anti-Empire Report

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      We have to remind the American people of what they once knew but seem to have forgotten: that they don't want BIG government, or SMALL government; they don't want MORE government, or LESS government; they want government ON THEIR SIDE.
    131. Blumenthal, Max: Inside the Shadowy PR Firm That's Lobbying for Regime Change in Syria
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Posing as a non-political solidarity organization, the Syria Campaign leverages local partners and media contacts to push the U.S. into toppling another Middle Eastern government.
    132. Blunden, Bill: Stuxnet on the Loose
      Security for the One Percent

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Suspicions that the Stuxnet computer worm was indeed developed by the United States and Israel has once again exposed American exceptionalism. Espionage and sabotage are presented as intolerable criminal transgressions, normally causing our elected officials and military leaders to erupt in fits of righteous indignation. That is, unless the United States is doing the spying and the sabotaging.
    133. Bly, Robert: Getting Starting in Speaking
      Training to Get Maximum Sales

      Resource Type: Book
    134. Bly, Robert: Secrets of Successful Telephone Selling
      How to Generate More Leads , Sales, Repeat Business and Referrals by Phone

      Resource Type: Book
    135. Bly, Robert W.: The Online Copywriter's Handbook
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      Bly concentrates on the Internet and provides everything that's needed to write great copy for online applications.
    136. Blyskal, Jeff and Marie Blyskal: PR
      How the Public Relation Industry Writes the News

      Resource Type: Book
    137. Blythman, Joanna: Farmers in Palestine create amazing produce in adverse conditions - and are fighting to export them
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Palestine produces some of the finest olive oils in the world, not to mention dates, nuts, tomatoes - even wine. Now, despite the conflict, farmers are finding ways to export their produce - and show the world that their country is still the land of milk and honey.
    138. Boardman, John; La Rocca, Eugenio; photographs by Antonia Mulas: Eros in Greece
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      Reviewed in New York Review of Books, January 25, 1979
    139. Boardman, William: Biological Warfare: US & Saudis Use Cholera to Kill Yemenis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The US has supported Saudi Arabia and its allies in their aggression against Yemen, committing daily war crimes involving civilians, who are now suffering a cholera epidemic with more than 400,000 victims.
    140. Bock, Alan W.: The ecological benefits of Marijuana
      Resource Type: Article
      The decriminalization of cannabis would not only have important medicinal implications, but also positive economic consequences and largescale environmental benefits
    141. Bocking, Richard C.: Canada's Water: For Sale
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      Describes the pressures behind U.S. demand for Canadian water and the Canadian response and presents the case against grand engineering schemes, major dams, and large river diversions.
    142. Bodsworth, Fred: Last of the Curlews
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1954
    143. Boehm, Edward: Behind Enemy Lines
      WWII Allied/Axis Propaganda

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    144. Boghosian, Heidi: Spying on Democracy
      Government Surveillance, Corporate Power, and Public Resistance

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2013
      Heidi Boghosian documents the disturbing increase in surveillance of ordinary citizens and the danger it poses to our privacy, our civil liberties, and to the future of democracy itself.
    145. Bohannon, John: Who's downloading pirated papers? Everyone
      In rich and poor countries, researchers turn to the Sci-Hub website

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Researchers are increasingly turning to Sci-Hub, the world's largest largest 'pirate' website for scholarly literature. Sci-Hub is becoming the world's de facto open-access research library.
    146. Bohuslawsky, Maria: End of the Line
      Inside Canada's Nursing Homes

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    147. Boklage, Evgeniya: Journalistic Autonomy in Denmark. A Study
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A new study that looks at the subject of autonomy in the Danish media found that journalists in Denmark feel they have nearly complete freedom to make important choices concerning their work and the content they produce.
    148. Bommel, Harry van: Dying for Care
      Hospice Care or Euthanasia

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    149. Bond, Monica: Why Logging Forests After Wildfires is Ecologically Destructive
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Bond exposes three prevailing falsehoods about logging that the U.S. Forest Service disseminates.
    150. Bond, Patrick: Health and environmental victories for South African activists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      In South Africa, major advances in health and the environment during the 2000s were only won by social activists by removing the profit motive.
    151. Bonneau, Joseph: A Technical Perspective on the Apple iPhone Case
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The legal dispute between Apple and the FBI might prove pivotal in the long-running battle to protect users' privacy and right to use uncompromised encryption. The case has captured the public imagination. Of course, EFF supports Apple's efforts to protect its users. The case is complicated technically, and there is a lot of misinformation and speculation. This post will offer a technical overview, based on information gleaned from the FBI's court motion and Apple's security documentation.
    152. Bonner, Allan: Doing & Saying the Right thing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      Professional risk and crisis management.
    153. Bonner, Allan: Media Relations
      The Bonner Communications Series

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      A primer on attaining media preparedness.
    154. Bonner, Allan: Political Columns
      Behind the scenes with powerful people

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      A reader of his book will get Bonner's insight on everyone from Winston Churchill to Belinda Stronach. It is a series of columns, many of which were written for the US magazine Winning Campaigns.
    155. Bonner, Allan: Political Conventions
      The Art of Getting Elected and Governing

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      A how-to look inside the modern political process, for everyone from the nervous candidate facing his first TV interview to the undecided voter who doesn't want to be manipulated.
    156. Bonner, Allan: Tough Love at the Table
      Power, Culture and Diversity in Negotiations, Mediation & Conflict Resolution

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      Stories that illustrate dispute resolution and bargaining concepts.
    157. Bonogofsky, Alexis: I Was Sick for a Year After an Oil Spill. Five Years Later, Pipeline Accidents Are Worsening
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Early in the morning on July 2, 2011, I walked down the gravel road on our Montana farm to let the goats out to graze for the day. I found an oily rainbow sheen on the Yellowstone River flowing through our hay fields and pasture, plus large clumps of crude oil sticking to trees, cattails and brush. The oily water was in our sloughs, our pond and the creek that runs along the eastern edge of the farm. I checked the local news on my phone and found that an Exxon oil pipeline had ruptured underneath the Yellowstone River upstream. More than 300 people upstream from us were evacuated, but no one had thought to notify those of us further from the spill. The smell of hydrocarbons was overwhelming. In the end, more than 63,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the Yellowstone River from what we later learned was a "guillotine cut" in Exxon's Silvertip pipeline, which lay in a trench only four to five feet under the Yellowstone River.
    158. Bookchin, Murray: The Philosophy of Social Ecology
      Essays on Dialectical Naturalism

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Bookchin addresses questions such as 'What is nature?", "What is humanity's place in nature?", "What is the relationship of society to the natural world?"
    159. Bookchin, Murray: Remaking Society
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    160. Bose, Purnima: Inside the Corporate University
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Recent corporate transformation of the university, the profit-driven research orientation and the direction of instruction to the requirements of the private sector discourages faculty from finding common cause with other constituencies. The article looks into problems of neoliberal university and how to help create a genuine university community.
    161. Bossin, Bob: Only one bear in a hundred bites, but they don't come in order
      Resource Type: Videotape
      Published: 2017
      Bob Bossin talked about oil tanks in a Youtube video
    162. Botan , Carl: Public Relations Theory
      Resource Type: Book
    163. Botts, Lee; Krushelnicki, Bruce: Great Lakes
      An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    164. Bouk, Dan: Insurance and the orgin of big data
      Between the ledger and the computer was the card index - the basis of the mass commodification of personal insurance

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A historical look at the origins of 'Big Data' and the collection of personal information by corporate America in the early 20th century.
    165. Boulder, Kamala Kempadoo (ed.): Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered
      New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work, and Human Rights

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      This collection of essays underscores the interlocking relationship between prostitution, migration and trafficking. They reveal a deep seated anxiety about borders, economic resources and the fragility of the nation-state. Far from from helping women and children become free from explotaiton, the obession with women sex workers has led to the detriment of all by excluding the questions of human rights, freedon of movement, basics such as food and shelter and a living wage. The book is a call for all those involved -- governments, aid workers and trafickees -- to go beyond a paternalistic and colonial view of these issues and deal with them in a spirit of cooperation.
    166. Bounce: Sex work: Solidarity not salvation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      An ongoing debate is taking place in anarchist and feminist circles on the legitimacy of sex work and the rights of sex workers. The two main schools of thought are almost at polar opposites of each other. On the one side you have the abolitionist approach led by feminists, such as Melissa Farley who maintains that sex work is a form of violence against women. Farley has said that "If we view prostitution as violence against women, it makes no sense to legalize or decriminalize prostitution." On the other side you have sex worker rights activists who view sex work as being much closer to work in general than most realize, who believe that the best way forward for sex workers is in the fight for workers' rights and social acceptance and for activists to listen to what sex workers have to say. In this article I will discuss why the abolitionist approach discriminates against sex workers and takes advantage of their marginalized status, while the rights approach offer the opportunity to make solid differences in the labour rights and human rights of sex workers.
    167. Bovard, James: How Drug Courier Profiles Begot Terrorism Watch Lists
      The Drug War and the Fourth Amendment

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      More than a million names are now included on the catch-all terrorist watch list maintained by U.S. government agencies.
    168. Bovard, James: Where's the Body Count from Shootings by the Police?
      Protecting Killer Cops

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      It estimated that in the United States in 2011 police shot more than 1,100 people, killing 607. However, the government refuses to keep track of the killings, so the exact number is unknown, and may well be higher.
    169. Bowe,John: Americans talk about love: How we chose an open marriage
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Bowe presents an American couple's conversation revealing their history of polyamory.
    170. Boxely, Simon: The meaning of the school testing obsession
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      This article focuses on the new frontiers for the calculation of human productivity in its earliest forms, in early years education in Britain; but the general points are applicable across continents and educational age-phases. It will be argued that the English baseline test is just one example of the policing of capital's interests in our classrooms, but a particularly pernicious one for the way it reaches deep into the experience of the youngest children.
    171. Boyle, Coraghessan: The Road to Wellville
      Resource Type: Book
    172. Bozzo, Sam (director); Barlow, Maude; Clarke, Tony (writers): Blue Gold: World Water Wars
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2008
      A documentary, based on the book Blue Gold, by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke, which examines environmental and political implications of the planet's dwindling water supply, and posits that wars in the future will be fought over water. The film also highlights some success stories of water activists around the world and makes a strong case for community action.
    173. Braga, Matthew: If you're going to blame a cyberattack on North Korea, you'd better show your work
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Transit operator Metrolinx says it was hit by North Korean hackers. Experts want evidence
    174. Braid, Kate: Emily Carr
      Rebel Artist

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    175. Brame, G., Grame, W., Jacobs, J.: Different Loving
      An exploration of the world of sexual dominance and submission

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Explores and demystifies the worlds of BDSM, sexual power relationships, and fetishism.
    176. Brame, Gloria G.: Gloria-Brame.com
      Resource Type: Website
      An eclectic site for literate adults.
    177. Brande, Dorothea: Becoming a Writer
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1961
      A book about the writer's magic and how to overcome the major setbacks many writers experience.
    178. Brasch, Walter: Arsenic-Laced Coffee is Good for You
      Would You Like Sugar With That?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The Environmental Protection Agency, in 2013, identified about 1,000 chemicals that the oil and gas industry uses in fracking operations, most of them carcinogens at the strengths they shove into the earth.
    179. Brasch, Walter: Citizen-Journalist Fined for Telling the Truth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The story of an injunction against against a journalist who dared to tell the truth.
    180. Brauchli, Christopher: Intolerance, Saudi-Style
      With Friends Like These...

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      What all of those victims of the Saudi criminal justice system have in common is that their offenses related strictly to intellectual activities and not physical violence.
    181. Brauer, Alan P.; Brauer, Donna: ESO
      How You and Your Lover Can Give Each Other Hours of Extended Sexual Orgasm

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1983
    182. Brean, Joseph: Toronto homeless sell hate propaganda
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    183. Brecher, Jeremy: Climate Insurgency
      A Strategy for Survival

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      Twenty-five years of human effort have failed even to slow climate change, let alone reverse it. Climate Insurgency lays out a strategy for protecting the earth s climate: a global nonviolent constitutional insurgency. This short book starts with a brief history of official climate protection efforts from above and non-governmental ones from below that explains why climate protection has failed so far. Then, it proposes a global nonviolent insurgency for climate protection to overcome that failure.
    184. Brecher, Jeremy: Climate Jobs for All
      Building Block for the Green New Deal

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A federal climate jobs guarantee (CJG) is a proposed program similar to the New Deal's WPA that would prioritize jobs that protect and improve the environment. Polls show that the program has popular support and could be a major political force in 2020.
    185. Brecher, Jeremy: Doom and Gloom
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Jermey Brecher says that the social roots of doom are part of a common pattern that we can observe repeatedly in history. People live their lives and pursue their goals by means of strategies that have been developed over time. But sometimes they discover their established strategies aren't working. No matter how hard they try, their problems remain intractable. The natural result is despair. But the awareness that other people are experiencing the same despair changes the context in which it is experienced. It opens up new possibilities. Perhaps the problems that we despair of solving as individuals can be addressed through some kind of collective action. When people begin to explore that possibility, the result may be a social movement.
    186. Brecher, Jeremy: How Labor and Climate United Can Trump Trump
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Co-operation between labour and climate groups may be possible in the Trump era.
    187. Brecher, Jeremy: How to Promote a Just Transition and Break out of the jobs vs. environment trap
      A Superfund for Workers

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A strategy has been emerging to protect workers and communities whose livelihoods may be threatened by climate protection policies. Protecting those who lose their jobs due to necessary environmental policies has often been referred to as a "just transition."
    188. Brecher, Jeremy: Jobs for Climate and Justice: A Worker Alternative to the Trump Agenda
      A working paper from the Labor Network for Sustainability

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Jobs for Climate and Justice exposes and challenges the Trump agenda and proposes the kind of economic program we must fight for. It also offers examples of the great organizing efforts around the country – led by working people – that provide the foundation for the a transition to a just and climate-safe economy.
    189. Brecher, Jeremy: Making the Promises Real: Labor and the Paris Climate Agreement
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      As nearly 200 nations gathered in Paris approved the UN Climate Change Agreement, the AFL-CIO issued a statement that broke new ground on climate. While the AFL-CIO opposed the Kyoto climate agreement and never supported the failed Copenhagen agreement, it applauded the Paris climate change agreement as "a landmark achievement in international cooperation" and called on America "to make the promises real."
    190. Brecher, Jeremy: A New Wave of Climate Insurgents Defines Itself as Law-Enforcers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Grassroots movement organizations from every continent will hold a global week of action called Break Free From Fossil Fuels in May 2016. They envision tens of thousands of people mobilizing worldwide to demand a rapid transition to renewable energy. Events will include nonviolent direct actions targeting extraction sites or infrastructure; pressure on political targets to shift policies around fossil fuel development; and support for clean energy alternatives.
    191. Brecher, Jeremy: This is What Insurgency Looks Like
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The call to Break Free from Fossil Fuels envisioned "tens of thousands of people around the world rising up" to take back control of their own destiny; "sitting down" to "block the business of government and industry that threaten our future"; conducting "peaceful defense of our right to clean energy." That's just what happened.
    192. Breeze, Nick: Climate litigation looms
      Interview

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Nick Breeze interviews Dr. Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), who explains why we must stay below 1.5C, and why loss and damage compensation, and litigation, are the next big agenda items at COP24.
    193. Breger, Dave: How to Draw and Sell Cartoons
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1966
    194. Breitenbach, Josef: Photographien
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    195. Breitman, George: Malcolm X
      The Man and His Ideas

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1965
    196. Brenner, Robert; et al.: Our Planet, Our Movement
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      In response to recent activist activity regarding climate change in New York City, the editors examine the dimensions of the global environmental crisis and how to confront it.
    197. Breslin, Catherine: The Mistress Condition
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      A look at some [American] women who live outside of conventional marriage.
    198. Brett, Brian: Trauma Farm
      A Rebel History of Rural Life

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      A memoir of life on a small mixed farm on Saltspring Island.
    199. Bréville,Benoît; Bulard,Martine: The injustice industry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      There is a major legal business in corporate lawsuits against governments, seeking either a change in proposed legislation to suit corporate demands, or compensation. Under TTIP, European governments could face the same claims.
    200. Brewer, Joe; Lakoff, George: Why Voters Aren't Motivated by a Laundry List of Positions on Issues
      Resource Type: Article
      An introduction to cognitive policy – the values, frames, and arguments that make sense of the political process.
    201. Briceno, Alejandro P.: The Use of Cultural Studies in Military Operations
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      In conflicts where ideas or perceptions are pivotal to establishing lasting resolutions, meaningful cultural understanding is the corner stone to success. Culture is at the crux of this issue, therefore we must develop a method to evaluate various cultural norms and present them in a direct way to the operational forces heading into unique environments.
    202. Bridge, Robert: Aleppo boy versus ‘Mosul girl’: How the Western MSM peddles war propaganda
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      While much of the developed world knows of 'Aleppo boy' Omran Daqneesh, how many have heard of an equally tragic story involving a five-year-old girl named Hawraa, the sole survivor of a US-coordinated airstrike on her home in Mosul?
    203. Bridge, Robert: Welcome to 1984: Big Brother Google now watching your every political move
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate. The problem, however, is that the world's largest search engine is a left-leaning company with an ax to grind.
    204. Bridgeman, George: Constructive Anatomy
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1960
    205. Brigham, Nancy: How to do Leaflets, Newsletters and Newspapers
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
    206. Briski, Zana; Kauffman, Ross: Born into Brothels
      Calcutta's Red Light Kids

      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2004
      The chronicling of two documentary filmmakers and their time in Sonagchi, Calcutta and the relationships they developed with children of prostitutes who work the city's notorious red light district.
    207. Broadbent, Andrew: Trust can fix our future: lessons from the simplicity of island life on Palau
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      After spending twelve days on a small island in Palau without the ample resources of modern life in developed cities, Andrew Broadbent ponders the crucial role trust will - and must - play in restoring our communities.
    208. Bromwich, David; Greenwell, Garth; Abdurraqib, H.; Clancy, Kelly; Lalami, L.; Denzel Smith, M.: The Minds of Others
      The art of persuasion in the age of Trump

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In a divided America, seven writers explore the ways that persuasion operates in our lives- from the intimate to the far-reaching, and ultimately how we can pursuade others to see things the way we do.
    209. Brooke, Bryan: Case study: a closer look at community partnerships
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
    210. Brooke, Heather: How the US government secretly reads your email
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Secret orders forcing Google and Sonic to release a WikiLeaks volunteer's email reveal the scale of US government snooping.
    211. Brooks, David: Figure Photography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    212. Broom, Glen and David Dozier: Using Reseach in Public Relations
      Applications to Program Management

      Resource Type: Book
    213. Brown, Alleen: Huge Pipeline Company Kinder Morgan Hired Off-Duty Cops to 'Deter Protests' in Pennsylvania
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Kinder Morgan, the self-proclaimed "largest energy infrastructure company in North America," paid $50,000 for off-duty police officers from a Pennsylvania department to patrol a controversial gas pipeline construction site. The hiring came after a request from the corporation for uniformed officers that could "deter protests and prevent delays."
    214. Brown, Alleen; Parrish, Will; Speri, Alice: Dakota Access-Style Policing Moves to Pennsylvania's Mariner East 2 Pipeline
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Examination of the troubling fusion of private security, public law enforcement, and corporate money in the fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
    215. Brown, Alleen; Parrish, Will; Speri, Alice: Oil and Water
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A collection of articles charting how leaked documents and public records reveal a troubling fusion of private security, public law enforcement, and corporate money in the fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
    216. Brown, Harrison: The Human Future Revisited
      The World Predicament and Possible Solutions

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
    217. Brown, Lester: Vital Signs
      The Trends that are Shaping Our Future

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Worldwatch Institute charts coming trends using a straightforward format. Areas addressed include military expenditures and cigarette consumption.
    218. Brown, Lester R.: State of the World
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    219. Brown, Mark: Google a great painting
      Project allows users to get a close-up view of works from 17 museums

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Google's Art Project allows viewers to browse works from 17 museums including the Metropolitcan Museum, MoMA, The National Gallery, Tate Britain and others in super-high resolution.
    220. Brown, Michael E.: Inside/ Outside the Campus Box
      The Cutting Edge

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Book review of David Lanksy's The Cutting Edge.
    221. Brown, Norman O.: Life Against Death
      Psychoanalytical meaning of history

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1959
    222. Brown, Norman O.: Love's Body
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1966
    223. Brown, Richard L.; Henderson, Joe: Fitness Running
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    224. Browne, Paul Leduc: Unsafe Practices
      Restructuring and Privatization in Ontario Health Care

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      Describes the process of healthcare privatization and its negative impact in Ontario.
    225. Bruce Urquhart: When national media descends on a small town story
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      As the national media began to trickle into Woodstock to cover the mysterious abduction of eight-year-old Victoria Stafford, the tenor of the story changed.
    226. Bruce-Grey Plant Committee: A Guide to the Ferns of Grey and Bruce Counties, Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    227. Bruder, Jessica; Maharidge, Dale: Snowden's Box
      The human network behind the biggest leak of all

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Edward Snowden's disclosure of NSA secrets to the press as reported by the two journalists who literally had Snowden material mailed to them in a cardboard box. The article describes their experiences with encryption, codewords, government surveillance and extreme paranoia. The journalists also reveal that they were not the only people to have received Snowden's files.
    228. Bruenig, Elizabeth: Laura Ingraham's advertisers aren't really staging a boycott. It's a capital strike
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      There are no regulations or laws preventing or even restricting capital strikes in the form of corporate activism, therefore social and political aspirations of capital always have an effective instrument on hand; yet the same cannot be said for labour.
    229. Brulliard, Karin: After the Arab spring, the struggle continues on a university campus
      A dispute between a secular academic and conservative Islamists threatens the peace at a Tunisian university

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      A university administrator takes a stand against religious extremism.
    230. Brundage, Anthony: Going to the Sources
      A Guide to Historical Research and Writing

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    231. Bruner, Jerome S.: The Process of Education
      Resource Type: Book
    232. Brunhuber, Kim: This e-waste evangelist got into a battle involving Microsoft - and is going to prison for it
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Recycling entrepreneur pleaded guilty, sentenced for copyright infringement dealing with computer discs.
    233. Bruno, Michael H. (ed.): Pocket Pal
      A Graphic Arts Production Handbook

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Sixteenth edition (first published 1934).
    234. Brunvand, Jan: The Truth Never Stands in the Way of a Good Story!
      Resource Type: Book
      This witty and entertaining book written byJan Brunvand looks at the origins of urban legends. In addition to providing numerous examples of folklore from around the world he examines why people believe the stories they hear and what reasons they have for believing them.
    235. Bryan, Kim: Wonderful Wonderful Carbon Haven!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      With the activists gearing up outside and developing countries in no mood for compromise - climate justice is definitely on the agenda this time round.
    236. Bryant, Lee: Ocean 'dead zones' are spreading - and that spells disaster for fish
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Oxygen levels in our oceans are falling, producing growing 'dead zones' where only the hardiest organisms can survive. The causes are simple: pollution with nutrient-rich wastes, and global warming. But the only solution is to stop it happening - or wait for 1,000 years.
    237. Brümmer, Stefaans: I'm still waiting for my first car chase
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Stefaans Brümmer is the co-founder and managing partner of the M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism in South Africa. The M&G Centre, which is nicknamed amaBhungane, isiZulu for "the dung beetles,” is a nonprofit that produces public interest investigative reporting. In this interview, Brümmer discusses his groundbreaking corruption probe that culminated in the arrest of a national police commissioner, and the challenges he confronted in investigating a powerful law enforcement official.
    238. Bryson, Bill: Made in America
      An Informal History of the English Language in the United States

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      A history of American English.
    239. Buchheit, Paul: Five Reasons the Super-Rich Need Big Government
      The Real Welfare Kings and Queens

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Taxes represent payment for society’s many benefits, which get bigger and better as people get richer.
    240. Buck, F. H. et al: Undergraduate Instruction in Arts and Science
      Resource Type: Book
    241. Buckman, Robert: What You Really Need to Know About Cancer
      A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Their Families

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    242. Bufe, Chaz: Poles 'n holes: Working in the porn biz
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
      Pornography worker Chaz Bufe on work, sexuality and censorship in America.
    243. Burchfield, R.W.: The New Fowler's Modern English Usage
      Third Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Modern English Usage is interesting and informative, and never dry.
    244. Burden, Paul: Knowledge Management: The Bibliography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      Annotated resources dealing with information audits, information technology, intranets, training, ecommerce, and competitive intelligence.
    245. Burg, Bob: Endless Referals
      Network Your Everyday Contacts into Sales

      Resource Type: Book
    246. Burke, Clifford: Printing It
      A Guide to Graphic Techniques for the Impecunious

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    247. Burkett, Paul: Marx and Nature
      A Red and Green Perspective

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      While recognizing that production is structured by historically developed relations among producers, Marx insists that production as a social and material process is shaped and constrained by natural conditions. Paul Burkett shows that it is Marx's overriding concern with human emancipation that impels him to approach nature from the standpoint of materialist history, sociology, and critical political economy.
    248. Burnett, Patrick: South Africa: Redouble Efforts to Reduce Maternal Mortality
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Maternal health has been under the spotlight in South Africa after an analysis of maternal deaths was released in July showing an increase in the country's maternal mortality rate. Researchers found that nearly four out of every 10 deaths (38.4 percent) were avoidable. They identified non-attendance and delayed attendance as common problems, together with poor transport facilities, lack of health care facilities and lack of appropriately trained staff.
    249. Burnett, R.Will; Fisher, Harvey I.; Zim, Herbert S.: Zoology
      An Introduction to the Animal Kingdom

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1958
    250. Burr, William: SAC Nuclear Planning for 1959
      U.S. Cold War Nuclear Target Lists Declassified for First Time

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The SAC [Strategic Air Command] Atomic Weapons Requirements Study for 1959, produced in June 1956, published December 22, 2015. According to the Plan, H-Bombs were to be used against priority "Air Power" targets in the Soviet Union, China, and Eastern Europe
      Major cities in Soviet Bloc, including East Berlin, were high priorities in "Systematic Destruction" for atomic bombings. Plans to target people (“Population”) violated international legal norms.
    251. Burrow, Sharan: A fossil free world must be founded on a Just Transition for workers and their communities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Climate impacts hit working people first and with extreme weather events, changing seasons and rising sea levels, whole communities stand on the frontlines. The challenge of industrial transformation is both an imperative and an opportunity. We know there are jobs in action on climate, millions of jobs. With infrastructure investment projected to be up to US$90 trillion by 2030. This means jobs.
    252. Burstyn, Varda: The left and the Porn Wars
      A Case Study in Sexual Politics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
      Published in Who's on Top?: The Politics of Heterosexuality, edited by H. Buchbinder et al. Toronto: Garamond Press, 1987
    253. Burtenshaw, Ronan: The Media Against Jeremy Corbyn
      The British media has launched an unprecedented campaign of disinformation against Jeremy Corbyn

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The British media has never had much time for Jeremy Corbyn. Within a week of his election as Labour Party leader in September, it was engaging in a campaign the Media Reform Coalition characterized as an attempt to "systematically undermine" his position. In an avalanche of negative coverage 60 percent of all articles which appeared in the mainstream press about Corbyn were negative with only 13 percent positive. The newsroom, ostensibly the objective arm of the media, had an even worse record: 62 percent negative with only 9 percent positive.
    254. Burton , Cathie and Alun Drake: Hitting the Headlines in Europe
      A Country by Country Guide to Effective Media Relations

      Resource Type: Book
    255. Burton, Graeme: Media and Society
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      A student text for popular culture and media studies programmes.
    256. Butler, Shiuan: Should women have the right to go topless in public?
      An Interview With NYC's Topless Activist

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Moira Johnston wants to "expand the vocabulary and definition" of breasts: "They can be non-sexual in any culture."
    257. Butler, Simon: The great 'success' of a carbon trading failure
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The right to pollute has never been more affordable. Energy companies and market speculators can buy a tonne of carbon for less than the cost of a cup of coffee. The low cost gives an incentive for companies to pollute more in the short-term and prices renewable energy alternatives out of the market.
    258. Buttar, Shahid: The hubris of investigators
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A now-vacated hearing over whether to require Apple to undermine the security of its users prompted an ongoing controversy over government access to encrypted devices. While the court in San Bernardino may never rule on the flood of arguments supporting Apple's defense of user security, observers-- especially members of Congress-- should pay close attention to a few themes that have emerged in the public debate.
    259. Buttrick, Ann: Class Bias in Toronto Schools
      Downtown Kids Aren't Dumb: They Need A Better Program

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1971
      A brief by the Park School community council addressing the streaming of poor and working class children into the bottom levels of the school system. These children, the brief says, have badly developed basic skills, particularly in reading and writing. Published in This Magazine is about Schools, Volume 5, Number 4, Fall/Winter 1971.
    260. Byrnes, Brian: Saving the Countryside
      Conserving Rural Character in the Countryside of Southern Ontario

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      An overview of the issues and politics of preserving the rural nature of the countryside. Byrne outlines the problems facing rural communities: rapid pace of changge, not having access to the information necessary to cope with change and thirdly the failure to believe that individuals can make a difference. Includes has an extenisve list of resources including newsletters, government publications and academic papers to help promote community discussion.

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    1. Cabanes, Jason; Corpus Ong, Jonathan: Disinformation: In the Philippines, political trolling is an industry - this is how it works
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In the Philippines, influential personalities and online 'trolls' are credited with winning Rodrigo Duterte the presidency in 2016. This article examines the chief architects of disinformation who continue to vociferously share 'fake news' and silence dissenters.
    2. Cabra, Mar: Getting the most out of Offshore Leaks data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Baltimore became the world’s capital of data journalism in March 2014 as the National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting (NICAR) convened its annual conference. A team from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) gave several presentations at the conference. In one of them, we explained how we analyzed the leaked 2.5 million files that resulted in the Offshore Leaks investigation. In this post, we describe how journalists and other researchers can best use this data to yield maximum results for investigations.
    3. Cadman, M.D.; Eagles, P.F.J.; Helleiner, F.M.: Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    4. Cain, Patrick: Keystone Cops Sex Registry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      Washroom sex might show up on Ontario's new offender list, but real pedophiles will probably go free.
    5. Cain, Susan; Mason, Mark: Rebel Without a Clue: Autonomy and Authority in the American Public School
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The high school dropout is a revolutionary without having recovered the sense of dignity of failure, in a system of authoritarian control. Blaming the dropout is to blame the victim of institutional abuse of power exercised within youth indoctrination centers carrying the misnomer, school. Is it possible that the problem is mainly systemic and not due to the personal faults of the dropout? Is it possible that the education system itself contributes to young people dropping out of high school? Is it possible that capitalism is the root cause?
    6. CAJ: Concern regarding the brutality of Montréal police against journalists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      CJFE and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) are deeply concerned by the brutal actions taken by the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) to impede the work of journalists in the city over the last three years. The assault, detention, and arrest of reporters by the Montréal police is in violation of freedom of the press, as cited in Section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, as well as Section 3 of the Québec Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms. To address these issues, CJFE and CAJ would like to arrange a meeting with you and SPVM Chief Marc Parent to discuss police policy on journalists covering protests in order to come up with a solution to end the existing practices.
    7. Califia, Pat: Doc & Fluff
      The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    8. Califia, Pat: Feminism and Sadomasochism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1981
      Califia says that sadomasochism encourages fluidity and questions the naturalness of binary dichotomies in society.
    9. Califia, Pat: The Lesbian S/M Safety manual
      Resource Type: Book
    10. Califia, Pat: Macho Sluts
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      A book of erotic short stories, including the stories "The Calyx of Isis" and "Jessie" along with six other shorter works, "The Finishing School", "The Hustler", "The Surprise Party", "The Vampire", "The Spoiler", and "A Dash of Vanilla". It includes lesbians, gay men, and those of indeterminate sexuality, with their broad ranges of fantasies.
    11. Califia, Pat: Melting Point
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      A collection of erotic short stories.
    12. Califia, Pat: Sensuous Magic
      A Guide for Adventurous Couples

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      A peek behind the mask of dominant/submissive sexuality: an adventurous adult world of pleasure often obscured by ignorance and fear. Califia demystifies the scene for the novice, explaining the terms and techniques behind many misunderstood sexual practices.
    13. Califia, Pat: The Sex Industry and Its Workers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
      An article discussing the various components of the sex industry and the various forms of sexual services that have evolved from prostitution.
    14. Califia, Pat; Shosho: Pat Califia - A Three Part Interview
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      "If you believe that inequities can only be addressed through extreme social change, then you qualify as a sex radical, even if you prefer to get off in the missionary position and still believe there are only two genders."
    15. Callahan, Raymond E.: Education and the Cult of Efficiency
      Resource Type: Book
    16. Callenbach, Ernest: Ecotopia
      The Notebooks and Reports of William Weston

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
      A novel describing an ecological utopia.
    17. Callenbach, Ernest; Phillips, Michael: A Citizen Legislature
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
      Arguing from the premise that the present electoral system is unrepresentative and promotes corruption, the authors propose going back to the Athenian system of choosing representatives: by lottery.
    18. Callwood, June: The doctors who care
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1985
      An article about the Medical Reform Group of Ontario (MRG), a group of progressive doctors who are challenging the medical establishment and who take the position that their profession has a responsibility to be active in all matters which contribute to ill-health, whether or not it is politically popular. MRG members Michael Rachlis, Fran Scott, Debby Copes and Miriam Garfinkle are quoted.
    19. Campbell, Beatrix: Stolen Lives
      The 'sisters' who are challenging Australia to admit to its forced separation of Aboriginal families

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      The issue of Austaralia's stolen children.
    20. Campbell, Gordon: Gordon Campbell on the Vanuatu cyclone and media 'disaster porn'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Campbell discusses the Vanuatu cyclone and how it has become a 'disaster porn,'a process that occurs when media exploits someone else's misery so that it look attractive as a form of entertainment.
    21. Campbell, Monica: In Brad Will killing, report fuels questions, controversy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Continuing questions about journalist's murder in Oaxaca in 2006.
    22. Camphausen, Rufus C.: The Encyclopedia of Erotic Wisdom
      Reference Guide to the Symbolism, Techniques, Rituals, Sacred Texts, Psychology, Anatomy and History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    23. Canadian Cancer Society: Lobbying for Lives
      Lessons from the Front

      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 1989
    24. Canfield, Christopher: Investing in a Sustainable Future
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1991
      The Cerro Gordo community.
    25. Canfield, Jack; Hansen, Mark Victor: The Aladdin Factor
      Resource Type: Book
    26. Cantor, Helen: In Defence of Sex and Science: Review of Kinsey
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      A review of the film "Kinsey".
    27. Caplan, Paula J.: The Myth of Women's Masochism
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    28. Caprio, Charlene: Dirty Fossil Fuel 'Business-As-Usual' Tactics Spew Out Of The International Maritime Organization At COP22
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The shipping industry needs to clean up its CO2 emissions now. The IMO's own Third IMO Greenhouse Gas Study 2014 report stated that by 2050, CO2 emissions from international shipping could grow by between 50 percent and 250 percent, depending on future economic growth and energy developments.
    29. Cardozo, Nate: Beyond Implementation: Policy Considerations for Secure Messengers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The importance of secure Messenger tools goes beyond just reliable technology, it must be developed and have its infrastructure maintained by a trustworthy group with a history of responsible stewardship.
    30. Carletti, Fabiola: Know Your Digital Rights, Photographers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
    31. Carlin, Norah: The roots of gay oppression
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Marxists, since Marx and Engels themselves, have always believed that only a socialist revolution could open the way to sexual freedom and equality. The history of same-sex relations suggests that the most basic human activities, including sexuality, are collectively constructed in human society.
    32. Carlsen, Laura: How the NSA Infiltrated Mexico's Computers
      A Cyber Invasion

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      NSA internal information provided by former security consultant and whistleblower Edward Snowden once again shows that Mexico features prominently as a target for massive U.S. espionage.
    33. Carlson , Tony: The How of Wow
      A Guide to Giving A Speech That Will Positivly Blow 'Em Away

      Resource Type: Book
    34. Carlsson, Chris: Nowtopia: How Pirate Programmers, Outlaw Bicyclists, and Vacant-lot Gardeners are Inventing the Future Today
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      As capitalism continues to corral every square inch of the globe into its logic of money and markets, new practices are emerging through which people are taking back their time and technological know-how. In small, under-the-radar ways, they are making life better right now, simultaneously building the foundation, technically and socially, for a genuine movement of liberation from market life.
    35. Carmen, Arlene; Dewhurst, Colleen et al: Meese Commission Exposed
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    36. Carney, William Wray: In the News
      The Practice of Media Relations in Canada - 2nd Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      An introduction of media relations in Canada, from both a practical and philosophical approach.
    37. Carney, William Wray: In The News
      The Practice of Media Relations in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      Carney gives everyone, from student to seasoned practitioner, a thorough understanding of who the media are, how they work and how to approach them with stories.
    38. Carniol, Ben: Case Critical
      The Dilemma of Social Work in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    39. Carpenter, Edmund: Oh, What a Blow That Phantom Gave Me!
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
      How media have taken over our lives.
    40. Carpenter, Ted Galen: Yes, the Press Helps Start Wars
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      History shows that a jingoistic media can whip up support for hardline policies, as Trump rightly pointed out.
    41. Carr, David: AOL Buys Huffington Post and Another Crack at a Future
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
    42. Carrington, Damien: Vanishing Lifeline
      Water is essential, but Earth's growing population are draining supplies and wells are running dry.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Water supplies in the Middle East and north Africa are built on an environmental Ponzi scheme. The UN estimates that by 2025 two thirds of the world's population will face water shortages. Aid for the water shortage crises has drastically declined in the past decade as is seen as "unsexy" causes.
    43. Carrington,Damian: Fossil fuels subsidised by $10m a minute, says IMF
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Fossil fuel companies are benefitting from global subsidies of $5.3tn (£3.4tn) a year, equivalent to $10m a minute every day.
    44. Carroll, David M.: The Year of the Turtle
      A Natural History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      An account of one year of observing turtles in a New England locality.
    45. Carroll, Jim: Use Internet as public relations tool
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      Establish an online presence to complement your other PR tools.
    46. Carson, Kevin: Public Enemy Number One: the Public
      Keeping Us in the Dark and Under Watch

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Those in power use language to obscure meaning more often than to convey it. Their power depends on keeping us — the enemy — in the dark.
    47. Carson, Kevin: Rights vs. Privileges
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      We now owe our 'liberties' to the good will of the government, which can withdraw them at any time, rather than to our ability to force the government to respect them.
    48. Carson, Rachel: Silent Spring
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1962
      A landmark book documenting the detrimental effects of pesticides on the environment, particularly on birds.
    49. Carter, Lawrence; McClenaghan, Maeve: Climate 'academics for hire' conceal fossil fuel funding
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Investigative reporters working for Greenpeace UK's Energydesk have uncovered a nexus of senior academics willing to accept large sums of money from fossil fuel companies to write reports and newspaper articles published under their own names and university affiliations, without declaring the funding.
    50. Casanova, Giacomo Girolamo: The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt1725-1798
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1894
      The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, by Arthur Symons.
    51. Cates, Bill: Get More Referrals Now
      Resource Type: Book
    52. Catterall, Peter Paul: Green nationalism? How the far right could learn to love the environment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Myths of a pagan past in harmony with nature have been a feature of green nationalism, from its beginnings through to the Anastasia ecovillages in contemporary Russia where - unlike their equivalent hippy communes found in the West - sustainable living is combined with a 'reactionary eco-nationalism'. Could it happen here too?
    53. Cavanaugh, William J.; Tocci, Gregory C.: Environmental Noise
      The Invisible Pollutant

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      The invisible pollutant of environmental noise can be tamed.
    54. CBC News: Delta says 740 flights cancelled after worldwide system outage
      Flights already en route operating normally, U.S. airline says

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Delta Air Lines says it has cancelled 740 flights after a power outage that began overnight knocked out its computer systems and operations worldwide.
    55. CBC News: Hackers can record everything you type on certain wireless keyboards
      Some low-end wireless keyboards send keystrokes to your computer completely unencrypted, say researchers

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A computer security research team has identified a weakness in several brands of low-cost wireless keyboards that could allow hackers to view and record every word, number and password typed by a user from up to about 75 metres away. According to Bastille, an Atlanta-based research team, eight wireless keyboards made by companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Radio Shack and Toshiba send keystroke data from the board to the USB dongle that connects to your computer without the encryption needed to mask what someone is typing.
    56. Celugh, James: Love Locked Out
      A survey of love, licence and restriction in the Middle Ages

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
      A study of the irrepressible sexuality of the Middle Ages, describing the attempts of the church to impose a morality on libidinous medieval society, and shows how they were frustrated at every turn.
    57. Central Waterfront Planning Committee: Environmental Resources of the Toronto Central Waterfront
      Inventory - Interpretations - Synthesis and Performance Requirements for Future Action

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
    58. Centrale de l'enseignement du Quebec: Pour une journee d'ecole au service
      Resource Type: Book
    59. Chacón, Justin Akers: ICE: The making of an American Gestapo
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Justin Akers Chacón, author of Radicals in the Barrio and co-author with Mike Davis of No One Is Illegal, takes an in-depth look at the troubling history and practices of a government agency that more and more people are calling to be abolished.
    60. Chadwick, Justin (director): The First Grader
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2011
      About a former Mau Mau soldier who goes to school to learn to read at the age of 84.
    61. Chant, Donald A.: Pollution Probe
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    62. Chapman, L.J., Putnam, D.F.: The Physiography of Southern Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
      The book begins with a brief account of the bedrock of Southern Ontario, continues with its galcial geology, then treats all its surface features, including river valleys, in some detail. The second half describes the physiography and land use and settlement of each of fifty-two regions. It ends with a brief summary, a glossary, and a bibliography.
    63. Chappele, Steve & Talbot, David: Burning Desires
      Sex in America: A report from the field

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      Burning Desires looks at the state of sex in the aftermath of the `sexual counter-revolution' that marked the 1980s.
    64. Chartham, Robert: The Sensuous Couple
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    65. Chatterjee, Pratap: Bangladeshi Tribals Evicted For Tea Plantation Expansion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A Bangladeshi company has been accused of using armed men to evict ethnic minority communities in order to expand a tea plantation in Sreemangal in northeastern Bangladesh.
    66. Chatterjee, Pratap: Uber Plans to Track Users Should Not Be Allowed, Says Privacy Group
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A formal complaint has been filed against Uber, the car ride company, by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a non-profit advocacy group. The NGO says Uber plans to use their smart phone app to access user's locations at all times, and to send advertisements to user's contact lists.
    67. Chatterjee, Pratap: Uber Used Clandestine Technology Tool To Thwart Police Raids
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Uber uses a number of technological tools for tax evasion, undermining competition and monitoring customers and drivers.
    68. Chatterjee, Pratap: U.S. Government Buys Surveillance Technology To Track Drivers in Real Time
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Local government officials have the ability to track individual drivers in the U.S. in real time and take pictures of the occupants of their vehicles, with new "truly Orwellian" technology purchased from companies like Vigilant Solutions, according to new documents uncovered by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
    69. Chaufan, Claudia: Is the Swiss Health Care System a Model for the United States?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
    70. Chaufan, Claudia: Why U.S.-Style Health Reform Does Not Work and What to Do about It
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Ending the corporate domination of healthcare is part of breaking the domination of the corporate class over our government and our lives. The task is to organize a mass movement that refuses to treat healthcare as a commodity.
    71. Chaufan, Claudia; Joseph, Jay: The 'Missing Heritability' of Common Disorders: Should Health Researchers Care?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
    72. Chauncey, George: Gay New York
      Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World, 1890-1940

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      A study of the making the the gay male world in New York from 1890 to 1940.
    73. Chauvier, Jean-Marie: Russia's other October revolution
      How did we get from perestroika to Putin?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Explaining contemporary Russia as the product of Boris Yeltsin's insistence to enforce a neoliberal economy.
    74. Chavkin, Sasha: How to unearth public records: a global guide
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Among the most basic building blocks of powerful investigative reporting are public records – government documents that provide bulletproof evidence of anything from a change in water quality to the ownership of a company or tract of land. In the United States, Freedom of Information laws date back nearly half a century, and although there are growing obstacles, journalists generally operate under a presumption of the right to access. In most of the world, however, Freedom of Information laws are less than two decades old.
    75. Chavkin, Sasha; Greene, Ronnie; ICIJ: Island of the Widows
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Mysterious kidney disease in Central America.
    76. Checker, Melissa: Double Jeopardy: Carbon Offsets and Human Rights Abuses
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Whether you're a climate change denier or doomsayer, an avid recycler or rabid consumer of plastic bottles, there is one very good but little-known reason to oppose carbon offsets: their immediate and dire human costs.
    77. Chelala, Cesar: The Drug Companies' Expansion Into Emerging Markets
      Profit, Drugs, and International Markets

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Faced with declining prescription drug sales in the U.S., and having lost patent protection for many profitable drugs, the drug industry is relying increasingly in new markets such as China and other fast developing countries, such as those in Africa. That expansion, however, is oftentimes tainted by unsavory commercial practices.
    78. Chelala, Cesar: Gideon Levy: A Voice of Sanity from Israel
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In spite of a systemic policy of demonization, Israeli journalist and human rights activist Gideon Levy continues denouncing the Israeli government and the crimes against Palestinians.
    79. Chern, Greg: Lean & Mean Health Care
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Chern examines the Affordable Care Act from the perspective of being an industry and how this will regulate, standardize, and consolidate the healthcare system.
    80. Cherniak, Donna: A Book about Sexually Transmitted Diseases
      5th Edition, Summer 1988

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    81. Chernushenko, David; Waddick, Nicole: Greening Our Games
      Running Sports Events and Facilities that Won't Cost the Earth

      Resource Type: Book
      It teaches organizers, students, and teachers about economic, health, and PR advantages of making sports sustainable and how to implement changes.
    82. Chesler, Phyllis: Women & Madness
      When is a Woman Mad.....and Who Decides Whether She Is?

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      Chesler criticizes conventional psychiatric theory and practice, and calls for a new apporach to female psychology.
    83. Chetley, Andrew: From Policy to Practice
      The Future of the Bangladesh National Drug Policy

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      In 1982, Bangladesh became the first country to introduce a National Drug Policy based on such conceptions as primary health care and the need for essential drugs. Ten years later, it had one of the best records in terms of stable drug prices and less dependence on imported products.
    84. Chibber, Vivek; Kalek, Rania; Gosztola, Kevin: Clinton Manipulates Language of Intersectionality to Preserve Support from Minority Voters
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton has been a master class in how to divorce economic issues from issues of race and gender by pushing the language of "intersectionality," which enables the political class to head off threats to their power and protect the status quo.
    85. Chideya, Farai: The Devil Is In the Details: How Patients' Mental Health Data Is At Risk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It seems like "Patient doctor confidentiality" doesn’t apply to other doctors. Overly diligent doctors are free to snoop around in the psychiatric medical records of their patients. As if that weren't bad enough, non-psychiatric doctors can highlight this psychiatric history on their patient's medical records. For Julia, doctors will only ever know her as the "woman with bipolar disorder". Not the "mother with a master’s degree".
    86. Chideya, Farai: Medical Privacy Under Threat in the Age of Big Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Medical privacy is a high-stakes game, in both human and financial terms, given the growing multibillion-dollar legal market for anonymized medical data. The threats to individuals seeking to protect their medical data can come externally, from data breaches; internally, from "rogue employees" and others with access; or through loopholes in regulations.
    87. Chideya, Farai: No Child Left Un-Mined? Student Privacy at Risk in the Age of Big Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Chideya discusses the implications of the compilation of big data trails containing information about children's performance in school.
    88. Chilvers, Ian: Concise Dictionary of Art & Artists
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    89. Chilvers, Ian (ed.): The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    90. Chilvers, Simon: Why the penis is having a moment in men's fashion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Fashion has found a new obsession: nude men, specifically men with their penises out.
    91. Chivers, Danny: Renewable Energy
      Cleaner, Fairer Ways To Power The Planet

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      Few people doubt the threat of climate change and the urgent need to conquer fossil fuel addiction. But can renewable sources of energy ever be sufficient to provide modern societies with a decent quality of life? This book is clear. They can. And it outlines the strategies to break the barriers to a 100% renewable world.
    92. Chomsky, Noam: America in Decline
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
    93. Chomsky, Noam: Bombing of Kosovo
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
    94. Chomsky, Noam: Democracy Enhancement
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      Chomsky explores the American goal of spreading democracy to other nations through intervention. His assertions are supported in the second part of the essay with a case study of Haiti.
    95. Chomsky, Noam: Democracy Restored
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      In light of the third anniversary of the military coup that overthrew the elected government of Haiti in 1991, Chomsky exposes the grittier side of America's involvement in the restoration of democracy in Haiti.
    96. Chomsky, Noam: Destroying the Commons
      How the Magna Carta Became a Minor Carta

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Our rights and liberties are under ever-increasing attack.
    97. Chomsky, Noam: Domestic Constituencies
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      Chomsky, assuming the principle that governments are bound to act according to the will of their "domestic constituencies", considers the degree to which this is done as a measure of the health of democracy. In turn, he calls for the public to discover what is being planned for them.
    98. Chomsky, Noam: The Iraq War and Contempt for Democracy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Chomsky highlights that while the war in Iraq was being shaped, the voices of the people - neither in Iraq nor Europe - were being heard or considered. This is a clear violation of the principle that people play the main role in democratic societies.
    99. Chomsky, Noam: An Island Lies Bleeding
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      Chomsky criticizes the major powers for their role in Indonesia's assault against East Timor and cites John Pilger's work as the key to heightened awareness of the situation.
    100. Chomsky, Noam: Starving the Poor
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Chomsky demonstrates how deficits in the international order and its policy-making can lead to negative effects, especially for the poor. One such example is the promotion of biofuels.
    101. Chomsky, Noam: US-Haiti
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      By examining the role of the USA in the tragedy of Haiti, Chomsky highlights the democracy deficit and failure of the American state. He calls for those concerned to take on the task at home of paying reparations and restoring the substance of democracy.
    102. Chomsky, Noam: What a Fair Trial for Saddam Would Entail
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Chomsky identifies the actors and issues that would have to be included in the Tribunal process if Saddam Hussein were to be given a fair trial in international court. These include key members of the Bush I administration who were active during the years of Hussein's most atrocious crimes.
    103. Chomsky, Noam; Falcone, Dan; Isaacson, Saul;: Anti-Intellectualism, Terrorism, and Elections in Contemporary Education: a Discussion with Noam Chomsky
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Washington DC based History Teacher Dan Falcone and New York City English Teacher Saul Isaacson sat down with Professor Noam Chomsky to discuss current issues in education and American domestic and foreign policy issues. They also discussed the place of the humanities in education and how it relates to activism, definitions of terrorism, and how education impacts the perceptions of the political process in the US.
    104. Chomsky, Noam; Goodman, Amy: Chomsky on Trump's Climate Denialism
      He wants us to march toward the destruction of the species

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Transcript of an interview with Noam Chomsky discussing Donald Trump's denial of climate change and the dangers it poses.
    105. Chonghaile, Clar Ni: Kenyan grafitti artists target vulture politicians
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      A crew of Kenyan grafitti artists are making murals that urge citizens not to re-elect corrupt politicians who have a legacy of exploiting tribal differences to gain power.
    106. Chouhan, T.R. et al: Bhopal: The Inside Story
      Carbide Workers Speak Out on the World's Worst Industrial Disaster

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      An account of the disaster in Bhopal, India.
    107. Chow,Heidi: Ghana's women farmers resist the G7 plan to grab Africa's seeds
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Sharing and saving seed is a crucial part of traditional farming all over Africa. Governments, backed by multinational seed companies, are imposing oppressive seed laws that attack the continent's main food producers and open the way to industrial agribusiness.
    108. Christensen, F.M.: Pornography
      The Other Side

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    109. Christina, Greta: Are We Having Sex Now or What?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
      Questions you may never have thought to ask about sex.
    110. Christina, Greta: Jealousy, Friendship, and Bisexual Chopped Liver
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      According to this theory, bisexuals could never, ever have any friends at all. We couldn't be friends with gay men, straight men, straight women, lesbians. And we definitely couldn't be friends with other bisexuals. According to this theory, the fact that we're attracted to both women and men makes us ineligible to be friends with anybody, of any gender, ever.
    111. Christina, Greta: Mike Rogers: The Man Who Outs Closeted Right-Wing Politicians
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Mike Rogers talks about why it's important to report on the secret sex lives of gay conservatives who are in bed with anti-gay forces.
    112. Christina, Greta: Paying for It
      A Guide by Sex Workers for their Clients

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      A book of advice for sex work customers, written by sex workers and former sex workers, about how to treat sex workers so they like you more and give you better service.
    113. Christison, Kathleen: A Wikileak on the US and Al-Jazeera
      Blaming and (Killing) the Messenger

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      A Wikileaks-released cable from the U.S. embassy in Doha, Qatar, shows that U.S. officials were angry with Al Jazeera in the wake of Israel’s three-week assault on Gaza, because, alone of news networks the world over, al-Jazeera had actually shown what was happening on the ground to Gazan civilians besieged by an unrelenting Israeli air, artillery, and ground attack.
    114. Chung, Emily: Nest's move to stop supporting Revolv smart hub leaves customers with costly 'brick'
      Internet of Things customers need to be aware what will and will not work without internet

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Here's a major downside to the so-called Internet of Things -- companies can potentially disconnect your smart devices and leave them essentially useless at any time.
    115. Church, Elizabeth: If you're a new Canadian, 'you go to university'
      Variety of social factors cause first-and second-generation Canadians to attend university far in excess of non-immigrant children

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      An investigation into the factors that contribute to the very high university attendance rate for second generation immigrants and first generation immigrants who came to Canada as children as reported by Statistics Canada. The reporter found that strong family bonds and parental expectations are important factors.
    116. Clark, Andrew: Handcuffed and herded
      My big Alpine adventure with Switzerland's police

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      A journalist at the World Economic Forum Summit is detained and intimidated along with protestors by Swiss police.
    117. Clark, Lorenne: Pornography's Challenge to Liberal Ideology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1980
      Feminists who are currently concerned about some types of sexually stimulating materials presently available share underlying liberal attitudes with respect to the nature of human sexuality and the need to promote healthier alternatives to the view of human sexuality with which history presents us. We are not in any way opposed to the manufacture, sale, or distribution of materials which stress the positive aspects of human sexuality.
    118. Clark, Matthew: On the bookshelf: A matter of style (book review)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
    119. Clark, Neil: 'Fake news' & 'post-truth' politics? What about those Iraqi WMDs?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The people and the outlets warning of the dangers of 'fake news' and 'post-truth politics' have been the biggest peddlers of 'fake news' and 'post-truth politics' out there. It's like receiving lectures on the immorality of bootlegging from Al Capone.
    120. Clarke, Joe Sandler: Scientists: protect vast Amazon peatland to avoid palm oil 'environmental disaster'
      A recently discovered peatland in northeast Peru contains two years worth of US carbon emissions, writes Joe Sandler Clarke, but it's under

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The peatland in Pastaza-Marañón Foreland Basin in northeast Peru - discovered in 2009 by Finnish scientist Outi Lähteenoja - is said to contain 3.14 gigatons of carbon, roughly equivalent to two years of CO2 emissions from the United States. Scientists have said that economic development in the region, like road-building and the arrival of commercial agriculture threatens the important ecosystem.
    121. Clarke, Joe Sandler; Howard, Emma: US plastic waste is causing global environmental crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A recent ban in China, which normally takes in the largest proportion of US plastic waste, has left the US dumping plastic in other over-burdened countries, while waste still continues to pile up in the States. US plastic scrap exports dropped by almost a third in the first six months of 2018, as waste firms struggled to find a home for their plastic scrap.
    122. Claser, April: Campus Activism Against NSA Spying is Growing Fast
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      EFF has been on the road, traveling to cities and towns across the country to bring our message of digital rights and reform to community and student groups. And while we had the tremendous opportunity to talk about our work and our two lawsuits against the NSA, the best part of the trip was learning about all of the inspiring and transformative activism happening everyday on the local level to combat government surveillance and defend our digital rights.
    123. Clawson, Dan & Fitzgerald, John: MA Stops Charter School Expansion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Despite their $24 million, the charter forces - which in March had more than a 20-point lead in the polls - lost by an amazing 24 points, 62% to 38%.
    124. Climate and Energy: The new conquistadors making their presence felt at COP20 in Peru
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A new report released at COP20 by CEO, the Democracy Center and Transnational Institute shows how corporations causing social and environmental destruction in the Andes and Amazon are driving climate change, whilst enjoying influential seats at the climate-negotiating table.
    125. Climate Smart Agriculture Concerns: No to 'Climate Smart Agriculture', yes to agroecology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Climate Smart Agriculture sounds like a great idea. But in truth it's a PR front for international agribusiness to promote corporate agriculture, pesticides and fertilisers at COP21, with a heavy dose of greenwash. Countries must resist the siren calls - and give their support to true agroecology that sustains soil, health, life and climate.
    126. Cloughe, Brian: Propaganda Feeds Fear and Loathing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The disturbing and growing trend of misinformation in news reporting.
    127. Clover, Charles: The End of the Line
      How Overfishing is Changing the World and What We Eat

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      Decades and even centuries of habitat destruction, pollution, and overfishing have transformed and degraded the oceans.
    128. Cobain, Ian: CIA rendition: more than a quarter of countries 'offered covert support'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Report finds at least 54 countries co-operated with global kidnap, detention and torture operation mounted after 9/11 attacks.
    129. Cobain, Ian; Norton-Taylor, Richard: Files that may shed light on colonial crimes still kept secret by UK
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Secret government files from the final years of the British empire are still being concealed despite a pledge by William Hague, the foreign secretary, that they would be declassified and opened to the public.
    130. Cobb, Boughton: A Field Guide to the Ferns
      Peterson Field Guides

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
    131. Cobb, Kurt: Eternity, nature, society and the absurd fantasies of the rich
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The wealthier they are, the more they fear that others will try to take their wealth. No wonder the super-rich are building bunkers to escape the apocalypse.
    132. Coblenz, Michael: Police and the American Mind
      From "Broken Windows" to the "Thin Blue Line"

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Making sense of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York, by understanding two concepts. Firstly, the police believing themselves to be the thin blue line between civilization and chaos. Secondly, the "broken windows" theory of policing.
    133. Coburn, Jean: Review: Your Guide to Public Speaking
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      A no-nonsense guide to public speaking.
    134. Coburn, Jean: A Step-by-Step Guide to Being a Successful Consultant
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      A practical guide to becoming a successful consultant.
    135. Cockburn, Andrew: Weed Whackers
      Monsanto, glyphosate, and the war on invasive species

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      On a Friday evening in January, a thousand people at the annual California Native Plant Society conference in San Jose settled down to a banquet and a keynote speech delivered by an environmental historian named Jared Farmer. His chosen topic was the eucalyptus tree and its role in California's ecology and history. The address did not go well.
    136. Cockburn, Patrick: Catastrophes on Camera
      Why Media Coverage of Natural Disasters is Most So Bad

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The reporting of cataclysms or lesser disasters is often wildly misleading. Stereotyping is common: whichever the country involved, there are similar images of wrecked bridges, half-submerged houses and last-minute rescues. The scale of the disaster is difficult to assess from news coverage: are we seeing or reading about the worst examples of devastation, or are these the norm? Are victims in the hundreds or the millions?
    137. Cockburn, Patrick: The Dangers of Embedded Journalism
      A Distorted View of War

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
    138. Cockburn, Patrick: This is why everything you’ve read about the wars in Syria and Iraq could be wrong
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A description of how much of the coverage of the wars in Syria and Iraq is second-hand reporting, due to the dangers posed, and subject to political bias and propaganda.
    139. Cockburn, Patrick: Treating Mental Health Patients as Criminals
      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2017
      The criminalisation of the mentally ill is one of the cruellest and most easily avoidable tragedies of our era.
    140. Cockburn, Patrick: Trump v. the Media: a Fight to the Death
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      At present, this is a golden era in American journalism, because established media outlets such as CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post find themselves under unprecedented and open attacks from the powers that be. Richard Nixon may have felt persecuted by press and television, but he never counter-attacked with the same vigour and venom as Trump.
    141. Cohen , Paula: A Public Relations Primer
      Thinking and Writing in Context

      Resource Type: Book
    142. Cohen, Aldana Daniel: The Urban Green Wars
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Struggling for working-class control of cities is crucial to bringing down carbon emissions.
    143. Cohen, Stanley L: Israel and Academic Freedom: a Closed Book
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      It’s not by accident that free speech and association is under attack from coast to coast in ways unseen since the academic purges that targeted largely "radical" Jews of the 1950's brought to us by a guy named McCarthy. He too had this notion that good thought must necessarily adhere to a checklist of sanitized ideas. That safe speech and association demanded a line of logic dictated by the powerful and pervasive.
    144. Cohen, Stanley L.: The Attack on Al Jazeera
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Since its genesis, Al-Jazeera has served as much more than a mere signpost of speech or thought... popular or otherwise. Its existence, alone, stands as a safety valve against those closed societies that embrace repression as so much a check against the light of day of which they fear. Al-Jazeera's availability throughout the Middle East changed its information landscape ... introducing a level of freedom of speech, on TV, that was previously unheard of in the region.
    145. Cohn, Cindy: Stronger Locks, Better Security
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      What if, in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris, or cybersecurity attacks on companies and government agencies, the FBI had come to the American people and said: In order to keep you safe, we need you to remove all the locks on your doors and windows and replace them with weaker ones. It's because, if you were a terrorist and we needed to get to your house, your locks might slow us down or block us entirely. So Americans, remove your locks! And American companies: stop making good locks!
    146. Cohn, Martin Regg: Hudak's PCs play with fire by playing the 'foreign' card
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Tory Leader Tim Hudak has either tapped into a deep vein of voter resentment against recent immigrants, or taken a detour -- possibly a U-turn -- that has thrown his campaign off course after two years of meticulous preparations. I can't recall ever seeing the normally mild-mannered Hudak more impassioned than when he railed against "foreign workers' in stump speeches across Eastern Ontario. Speaking to relatively sparse crowds of predominantly white, rural, older Progressive Conservative supporters, he claimed they were being disadvantaged by a nefarious Liberal affirmative action scheme to help outsiders.... Yet after reaching out to cultural communities for two years, and boasting that he's translated his platform into 15 foreign languages, Hudak has changed his tune. He still extolls his own Slovak roots, but stresses that his grandfather arrived here without much English or money -- and never took handouts.
    147. Cole, Jim: Facing Our Future
      Denial to Environmental Action

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    148. Coleen, Jose; Wall, Kim; Hinzel, Jan H.: This dome in the Pacific houses tons of radioactive waste - and it's leaking
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Runit Dome in the Marshall Islands is a hulking legacy of years of US nuclear testing. Now locals and scientists are warning that rising sea levels caused by climate change could cause 111,000 cubic yards of debris to spill into the ocean.
    149. Coleman, Eliot: Four Season Harvest
      How to Harvest Fresh Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long

      Resource Type: Book
    150. Coleman, Vernon: The Drugs Myth
      Why the Drug Wars Must Stop

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Coleman presents medical evidence that the most dangerous and life-threatening drugs are legal, while the banned drugs are comparatively harmless.
    151. Coles, Nick: Climate Change as a Class Issue
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Protesting PNC Bank in Pittsburgh financing of mountain-top removal (MTR) coal mining across Appalachia. MTR causes increased cancer rates and birth defects, as well as massive environmental degradation.
    152. Coles, T.J.: The BBC Has Legal Protection to Spread Fake News: the Curious Case of ISIS, Andrew Neil and Jeremy Corbyn
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the reporting of 'fake news' by the BBC, which has no legal obligation to give its audience any information about its sources and seemingly has legal protection from scrutiny.
    153. Colleton, John: The Trembling of a Leaf
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    154. Collier, Victoria: Citizens worldwide mobilize against corporate water grabs
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The US and other governments are pushing a failed model of water privatization, but water is a human right, not just a commodity to be traded for profit or monopolized by corporations. Citizens and communities are fighting back to reclaim their water commons.
    155. Collier, Victoria: How to Rig an Election
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Election fraud in the United States in the era of computerized voting machines controlled and programmed by far-right corporate executives.
    156. Collins, Anne: In the Sleep Room
      The Story of the CIA Brainwashing Experiments in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    157. Collins, Craig: Overlooking the Obvious With Naomi Klein
      Climate, Capitialism and the Left

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The lesson that Naomi Klein overlooks seems clear. Climate chaos is just one DEVASTATING symptom of our dysfunctional society. To survive catabolic capitalism and germinate an alternative, movement activists will have to anticipate and help people respond to multiple crises while organizing them to recognize and root out their source.
    158. Collins, Jim: From Good to Great
      Resource Type: Book
    159. Collyns, Dan: Illegal loggers remain hidden in Peru's forest but timber finds global buyers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      State exercises little control over remote Amazon region blighted by poverty and illiteracy, and organised crime fills the vacuum.
    160. Columbo, John Robert: 1000 Questions About Canada
      Places, People, Things and Ideas. A Question-and-Answer Book on Canadian Facts and Culture.

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
    161. Comber, Mary Anne; Mayne, Robert S.: The Newsmongers
      How The Media Distort the Political News

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    162. Comfort, Alex: The Joy of Sex
      A Cordon Bleu Guide to Love Making

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      A gourmet guide to love-making.
    163. Comittee to Protect Journalists: Editor of Chinese website, missing for a month, arrested on anti-state charges
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      An editor and secretary-general of a human rights group in China has been was abducted and charged with "inciting subversion of state power" by the Chinese government. The chinese government is infamous for using this charge to silence dissenting journalists.
    164. Commission on Obscenity and Pornography: The Report of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    165. Committee to Protect Journalists: Mastermind behind murder of human rights lawyer, journalist, sentenced to life in prison
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the sentencing to life in prison today of a Russian nationalist leader in connection with the 2009 fatal attack on human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov, in which Novaya Gazeta journalist Anastasiya Baburova was also killed.
    166. Commoner, Barry: The Closing Circle
      Man, Technology & the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
      Commoner argues that economic life must be structured to conform to the principles of ecology, as opposed to the goal of unlimited growth that underpins capitalist economies.
    167. Commoner, Barry: The Poverty of Power
      Energy and the Economic Crisis

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      Commoner argues that the environmental, energy, and economic crises are interconnected. The industries that use the most energy have the highest negative impact on the environment; the focus on non-renewable resources as sources of energy means those resources are growing scarce, thus pushing up the price of energy and hurting the economy. These problems can ultimately be addressed only by replacing capitalism with socialism.
    168. Commoner, Barry: Science & Survival
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    169. Conger, Kate; Cameron, Dell: Google Is Helping the Pentagon Build AI for Drones
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Google has partnered with the United States Department of Defense to help the agency develop artificial intelligence for analyzing drone footage, a move that set off a firestorm among employees of the technology giant when they learned of Google's involvement.
    170. Coniglio, Mario; Karrow, Paul; Russell, Peter: Manitoulin Rocks!
      Rocks, Fossils and Landforms of Manitoulin

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      An introduction to the geology of Manitoulin Island and nearby areas to the north, for the non-specialist.
    171. Connolly, Kate: Naked hikers face fines in Switzerland
      Canton aims to stop spread of 'indecent practice'

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The Swiss canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden aims to stop naturist walkers, also referred to as "boot-only hikers".
    172. Conradi, Peter: Iris Murdoch: A Life
      Resource Type: Book
      This biography of Iris Murdoch paints a picture of her life before she was struck down with Alzeimers. Conradi focuses on the years between 1916-56. With a vast collection of anecdotes, her letters and diaries, her relatives and colleagues he details the development of her philosophical and political vews and her circle of friends who figure prominently in her books. This fully documented life is backed up by the copious written and anecdotal notes.
    173. Conroy, Bill: Drug War-Related Homicides In The US Average At Least 1,100 a Year
      Full Extent of Carnage Unknowable Because US Government Doesn't Track Violent Crime Linked To The War On Drugs

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The stubborn resistance against entertaining any other options beyond a fundamentalist adherence to prohibition for dealing with drug use in the United States is cloaked in an arrogant denial of the human costs of the drug war and the possibility that ending it would lead to less, not more, death. The US, by some estimates now spends about $40 billion a year at home and abroad waging its war on drugs and has imprisoned currently up to 400,000 people on drug-related charges — the vast majority of them nonviolent offenders.
    174. Conroy, Bill: Mexican President Calderón Hires US Propaganda Firm
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Los Pinos retains Las Vegas-based R&R Partners to promote government’s successes as the bloody drug war rages on.
    175. Conroy, Bill: Torture Report Reveals CIA's Manipulation of US Media
      Agency Used Classified Information As Currency For Deception

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      In essence, the CIA operated as a propaganda machine, utilizing classified information as part of a larger effort to deceive the American public about the shortcomings of its torture program.
    176. Constantine, Larry L. and Joan: Group Marriage
      A Study of Contemporary Multilateral Marriage

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
      A study of more than 100 group marriages in the United States, exploring the psychology and sociology of this form of marital relationship. The study looks at how group marriages are established, who enters into such relationships, how they communicate, how children and adults relate, how conflicts are resolved.
    177. Consumers Union: The Medicine Show
      Resource Type: Book
    178. Conway, G.R.; Barbier, Edward B.: After the Green Revolution
      Sustainable Agriculture for Development

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    179. Cook, Jonathan: Apple and the Guardian: Partners in a Death Spiral
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      This report on Apple CEO Tim Cook's visit to a UK school to promote the company's new coding curriculum for schoolchildren could hardly be a better illustration of the way the Guardian newspaper serves as a key propagandist for aggressive global corporate capitalism, helping to create for it a façade of humanitarianism.
    180. Cook, Jonathan: Jonathan Cook Quotes
      Resource Type: Unclassified
    181. Cook, Jonathan: The corporate media's world of illusions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In fact, the Great Western Narrative has been developed and refined over centuries to preserve a tiny elite’s privileges and expand its power. The role of journalists like me was to keep feeding these illusions to readers so they would remain fearful, passive and deferential to this elite. It is not that journalists lie – or at least, not most of them – it is that they are as deeply wedded to the Great Western Narrative as everyone else.
    182. Cook, Jonathan: Corporate power and the moulding of truth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The corporate dominance of 'free' media in western democracies imposes deep structural constraints on what may be reported, and how. Syria is now the latest example of skewed reportage - and even journalists seeking to analyse the problem must carefully avoid the real reasons for it.
    183. Cook, Jonathan: Fisk Puts to Test the Free-Press Myth in Douma
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Veteran Middle East corrrespondent Robert Fisk was the first western correspondent to arrive in Douma following the US, UK and French attacks on Syria. Based on first hand interviews Fisk's account is clearly honest about what he reported and certainly plausible, yet respected British newspapers like the Guardian gave his reports a cursory if not hostile treatment.
    184. Cook, Jonathan: From an Open Internet, Back to the Dark Ages
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Can anyone still doubt that access to a relatively free and open internet is rapidly coming to an end in the west? In China and other autocratic regimes, leaders have simply bent the internet to their will, censoring content that threatens their rule. But in the "democratic" west, it is being done differently. The state does not have to interfere directly -- it outsources its dirty work to corporations.
    185. Cook, Jonathan: Guardian front page channels Orwell's 1984
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Reading the "liberal" press has become a truly Orwellian experience. What was true yesterday is a lie today. What was black today will be white tomorrow. Two reports on today’s front page of the Guardian could easily be savage satire straight from the pages of the novel 1984.
    186. Cook, Jonathan: Guardian Sells False Image of an Open Jerusalem
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A Guardian essay on a new Israeli open-rooftops project in Jerusalem, part of a Season of Culture, sadly falls into a standard trap for feelgood articles of this kind. It fails to provide the main context for Jerusalem: that the native Palestinians live under a belligerent Israeli occupation that is ultimately trying to evict them from the city.
    187. Cook, Jonathan: Hersh's New Syria Revelations Buried From View
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A look at veteran journalist Seymour Herst's latest investigation, which questions whether Syrian President Assad was responsible for another alleged gas attack at Khan Sheikhoun.
    188. Cook, Jonathan: How the 'free' media dupe us on climate change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Commentary on a segment of Al Jazeera's programme The Listening Post on why climate scepticism persists only in what it terms the "Anglosphere media", that is, those in the United States, UK, Australia and Canada.
    189. Cook, Jonathan: How the Guardian aided the anti-semites
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Who do you help when you censor a cartoon depicting Israel's well-documented war crimes against Palestinians – and do so on the grounds that the criticism of Israel is anti-semitic?
      The answer is: you help anti-semites.
    190. Cook, Jonathan: How the Guardian became the West's Pravda
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Cook says that the British newspaper The Guardian has become a mouthpiece for the establishment.
    191. Cook, Jonathan: The Ideal of a Free Media Died Long Ago
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Should the media include positive editorial content secretly paid for by major corporations, as London's Evening Standard newspaper has begun doing, according to new revelations?
      Most of us instantly recoil from any blurring between editorial and advertising in the media. How would we know if what was reported was factual, truthful and newsworthy or there simply as public relations spin? How could we trust anything we read?
    192. Cook, Jonathan: The Ideal of a Free Media Died Long Ago
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Most of us instantly recoil from any blurring between editorial and advertising in the media. How would we know if what was reported was factual, truthful and newsworthy or there simply as public relations spin? How could we trust anything we read? But here's a seditious idea. Would that be such a bad thing? Maybe it would better if we were far more wary of the corporate media and began to think of it chiefly as a sales platform – selling us an ideology harmful to our individual welfare and that of our societies.
    193. Cook, Jonathan: Israeli Doctors Collude in Torture
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Israeli human rights groups charge that Israel's watchdog body on medical ethics has failed to investigate evidence that doctors working in detention facilities are turning a blind eye to cases of torture.
    194. Cook, Jonathan: Latest Corbyn Hit-Piece: He earns MP's Salary
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      If I hadn’t seen for myself that this article "exposing" Jeremy Corbyn was published on the Daily Telegraph’s website, I would have assumed it was a spoof from The Onion – an even more preposterous one than normal.
    195. Cook, Jonathan: Monbiot Is a Hypocrite and a Bully
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      It is time for George Monbiot’s legion of supporters to call him out. Not only is he a hypocrite, but he is becoming an increasingly dangerous one. Turning a blind eye to his behaviour, or worse excusing it, as too often happens, has only encouraged him to intensify his attacks on dissident writers, those who – whether right or wrong on any specific issue – are slowly helping us all to develop more critical perspectives on western foreign policy goals than has ever been possible before.
    196. Cook, Jonathan: Monbiot Still Can't Admit Media's Core Problem
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      After more than two decades at the Guardian, George Monbiot has finally written a column in which he concedes that the entire British media has a problem, including its supposedly left-liberal elements like the Guardian.
    197. Cook, Jonathan: Time to Confront the Media's Anti-Corbyn Bias
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Jeremy Corbyn has been subjected to unprecedented vilification by the British media. No one is surprised that the Daily Mail, Telegraph and Times have been relentless in their hatchet jobs on Corbyn. But it has been disconcerting for the left that the Guardian and BBC never gave him a chance either. He was in their gun-sights from day one.
    198. Cook, Jonathan: Trump, fake news and the war on dissidents
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A rebuke to a recent Guardian article titled "If mainstream news wants to win back trust, it cannot silence dissident voices", where journalist Nick Robinson claims that the left and right are the peddlers of the same "fakery" in attacking the media.
    199. Cook, Jonathan: 2018: When Orwell's 1984 Stopped Being Fiction
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A commentary on The Guardian's news story "Revealed: UK's push to strengthen anti-Russia alliance". Cook questions facts and the terminology used in the Guardian article, a form of 'journalistic fraud', which promotes the UK government's policy towards Russia.
    200. Cook, Jonathan: The War Against "Fake News" is a War on Us
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Barely a day passes without a new development in the war on social media -- that is, the war on us. Today, it is a report that Twitter has emailed hundreds of thousands of its users, warning them that they shared "Russian propaganda".
    201. Cook, Jonathan: Who is the biggest climate change villain?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Here is an exclusive the Guardian has held back from its readers for 26 years. It is finally published on its pages today.
    202. Cooke, Charles E.; Ross, Eleanore: Sex Can Be An Art
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1968
    203. Cooke, Shamus: Workers and Environmentalists Unite!
      Obama Has Betrayed Both

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      When there are zero jobs available, any job will do. This fact has been exploited by corporations now re-labeling themselves ”job creators,” since being a job creator in a time of depression brings a religious status similar to a rain god during a drought. Democrats and Republicans have lavished eternal praise on the “job creators” and in consequence have created a political atmosphere that is rabidly pro-corporate “job creators” and anti-everything else. In practice this means that ANY new law or regulation that hinders the power or profits of “job creating” corporations is instantly attacked as a “job killer.”
    204. Cooley, Donald G.; Zuckerman Paul: Family Medical Guide
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    205. Cooper , John: Crisis Communications in Canada
      Resource Type: Book
    206. Cooper, David: Psychiatry and Anti-Psychiatry
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
      Cooper argues that mainstream psychiatry has developed techniques that are largely irrelevant to the human situation. He proposes a radical social re-evaluation of the whole concept of 'madness' and outlines a new approach to the psychological problems of personal relationships.
    207. Cooper, Kathy; Millyard, Kai: The Great Lakes Primer
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
      An introduction to the environmental problems faced by the Great Lakes.
    208. Cooper, Quintin: Are Your Devices Hardwired For Betrayal?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Firmware-based attacks are real and their numbers will only increase. Cooper discusses the potential consequences if we don't address this issue now.
    209. Copeland, William: Just Transition: Let Detroit Breathe!
      A talk by William Copeland

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      William Copeland presents the campaign, Let Detroit Breathe. The campaign's prinicipal aim is to help Detroiters win their right to breathe clean air.
    210. Copland, Simon; Riley, Benjamin: A queer take on Safe Schools and identity politics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      In recent weeks, the debate over the Safe Schools Coalition anti-bullying program has intensified, taking what is in many ways a bizarre turn. The brief suspension of program architect Roz Ward from her position at La Trobe University has reopened the debate about whether Safe Schools is 'cultural Marxism' by stealth, the program once again coming under fire from conservatives across the country. Even trans advocate and member of the ADF Catherine McGregor has weighed in. One of the more interesting elements of this, however, has been the debate it has created about the role gender and sexual politics can and should play within Marxism. Here enters Guy Rundle. In the pages of Crikey, Rundle penned a treatise on the program and what he considers the failures of 'queer theory'. Rundle believes Safe Schools (via queer theory) presents the view that 'gender and sexuality are infinitely fluid'. He argues, however, that such a view denies the material realities of sexuality and gender, not to mention his view that 'almost no-one really believes it -- and they certainly do not let it shape their lives'.
    211. Coppola, Gabrielle; Welch, David: The Car of the Future Will Sell Your Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      As "smarter" vehicles provide storehouses of personal information, carmakers are building databases of consumer preferences that could be sold to outside vendors for marketing purposes, much like Google and Facebook.
    212. Copponi, Pat: Upstairs in the Crazy House
      The Life of a Psychiatric Survivor

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    213. Corcelli, John: Are Canada's Archives for Sale?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
    214. Corey, Gerald: Manual for Theory and Practice of Counselling and Psychotherapy
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    215. Cormack, Paul G.; Shewchuk, Murphy O.: The Canadian Writers' Guide
      13th edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      Over 130 how-to articles on many aspects of writng for publication.
    216. Cornog, Martha (ed.): Libraries, Erotica & Pornography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    217. Coronel, Sheila: Capture the popular imagination
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Sheila Coronel is the director of the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Last month, she was named as the next academic dean of the journalism school, a position she will assume in July. Prior to joining Columbia, Coronel founded the Phillippine Center for Investigative Journalism, where her reporting on corruption and graft by then-President Joseph Estrada helped bring about his impeachment and subsequent resignation. She recently spoke with ICIJ for its "Secrets of the Masters" series.
    218. Coronel, Sheila: How To Track Looted Wealth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The ICIJ’s Sheila Coronel shares how to investigate illicit money trails ahead of her Tracking Corruption Internationally presentation at the 2012 IRE conference.
    219. Coronel, Sheila: Revealing the Secret World of Private Companies
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      You’d think that getting the names of the shareholders of a company would be fairly easy. Such information should be routinely available.To be sure, there’s a wealth of information on listed companies. But good luck researching a private firm.
    220. Corporal, Lynette Lee: Media Still Struggling to Break Gender Barriers in Cambodia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Cambodia's media organisations are a 'battleground' for old ways and new approaches when it comes to gender.
    221. Corporate Europe Observatory: Key evidence in EU's risk assessment of glyphosate must not remain 'trade secret'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The chemical industry and the European Food Safety Authority are refusing to disclose key scientific evidence about glyphosate's risks, citing 'trade secrets' protection, writes Corporate Europe Observatory. They must be compelled to publish the 'mysterious three' scientific studies EFSA used to assess glyphosate as 'unlikely' to cause cancer to humans - contradicting the IARC's view.
    222. Corporate Watch: International arms companies make a killing in Turkey: a case study of the Roboski Massacre
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Today, Turkey continues its brutality in its war against its Kurdish population. The state is imposing new curfews daily in the south-east of the country. Hundreds of citizens have been killed so far, whilst the western mainstream media and politicians remain largely silent about the massacres. Anti-militarist activists in the UK, however, are taking action against atrocities carried out by states such as Turkey.
    223. Corrales, Javier et all: Undermining Democracy
      21st Century Authoritarians

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Pivotal authoritarian regimes have adapted and modernized their repressive methods and are undermining democracy in updated, sophisticated, and well funded ways. The result is a disruptive and serious new challenge to the emergence of an international system based on the rule of law, human rights, and open expression.
    224. Corréard, Marie-Hélène; Grundy, Valerie: The Concise Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary
      Second Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      Contemporary French language in a concise and accessible format. Over 175,000 words and phrases and 270,000 translations that cover all areas from technical and business to literary.
    225. Cossar-Gilbert, Sam: We're not having it! $15bn KXL lawsuit shows what's wrong with 'trade deals'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      TransCanada has just made a big mistake by bringing its $15 billion lawsuit against the US government for refusing the Keystone XL pipeline, writes Sam Cossar-Gilbert. The move has exposed the real nature of 'trade deals' like TTIP and TPP - and why all democrats must rally to defeat them.
    226. Cottingham, Laura: Feminism and Lesbian S/M
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
      A report on a panel discussion in New York on The Feminist Movement and Lesbian S/M: An Open Discussion of the Political and Social Issues Raised by Lesbian S/M.
    227. Couldry, Nick; Curran, James: Contesting Media Power
      Alternative Media in a Networked World

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    228. Courtice, Ben; Bunting, Andrea: Restoring a safe climate: Impossible dream or dangerous distraction?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Green house gases are at a level where drastic and far-reaching measures need
      to be implemented; however authors caution against invoking emergency measures
      that involve geo-engineering.
    229. Cowan, Kirsten: The challenges of diversity (book review)
      Review of The Mass Media and Canadian Diversity

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
    230. Cowan, Kirsten: Duping the public (book reviews)
      Reviews of Spin Wars and Easily Led

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    231. Cowan, Kirsten: A historical look at a sad decline (book review)
      Review of The Decline and Fall of Public Service Broadcasting

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
    232. Cowan, Kirsten: HotLink Resource Shelf: Going for Gold!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Review of Going for Gold, a book on marketing strategies for speakers.
    233. Cowan, Kirsten: Review: Leadership from within
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      An outline of skills and leadership techniques.
    234. Cowan, Kirsten: Review: Secrets of Power Marketing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      A lively book, with a streak of practicality that reveals itself in an impatience with hoity-toity notions of marketing that have little impact on the bottom line.
    235. Cowan, Kirsten: Solid overview of media studies (book review)
      Review of The Media Studies Reader

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
    236. Cowan, Kirsten: Using the divine for corporate power
      Review of The Empire God Built

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
    237. Coward, Harold, Hurka, Thomas: The Greenhouse Effect
      Ethics and Climate Change

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    238. Coward, Kenneth: Exploring Trails in Grey County: Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking and Canoeing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      A guide to nature in Ontario's Grey County.
    239. Cox, Janet and Gasser, Michael: How Much Does Climate Change Change?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A review of Naomi Klein's book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate.
    240. Cox, Janice; Gasser, Michael: How Much Does Climate Change Change?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A review Naomi Klein's book This Changes Everything.
    241. Cox, Joseph: The FBI Blindly Hacked Computers in Russia, China, and Iran
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Recent court papers indicate that the FBI repeatedly broke into devices overseas as part of ordinary criminal investigations; in countries hostile to the U.S. this could have significant geopolitical fallout.
    242. Cox, Peter: Why You Don't Need Meat
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      This is a new edition of Cox's book indicting Britain's meat industry.
    243. Cox, Stan; Cox, Paul: 100 Percent Wishful Thinking: the Green-Energy Cornucopia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A growing body of research has debunked overblown claims of a green-energy bonanza.
    244. Crabtree, John; Condor-Vidal, Judith: Fair Trade gold mining in the highlands of Peru
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Most gold mining in Peru causes serious environmental damage, but there is one exception - a Fair Trade certified mine close to the world-famous Nazca Lines. Now it's up to us to demand Fair Trade gold from the jewellery trade, rewarding responsible producers and expanding the market for new Fair Trade gold miners.
    245. Craig, James: Production for the Graphic Designer
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    246. Creasy, Rosland: Edible Landscaping
      Resource Type: Book
    247. Creedon, Pamela: Woman in Mass Communications
      Challenging Gender Values

      Resource Type: Book
    248. Crepax, Guido: Emmanuelle 1
      The Art of Guido Crepax

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    249. Crepax, Guido: The Story of O Comic Book
      Volume 3

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    250. Cribb, Robert: How it all adds up
      $4 billion more flows out than comes back in - and that has to change if the city is to stay healthy, critics say

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      A discussion of Toronto's position within the Canadian economy, and an argument that given its' status as 'economic powerhouse' for the country, that perhaps some additional re-investment into the city is warranted.
    251. Cribb, Robert: That rotten stench in the air? It’s the smell of deadly gas and secrecy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Documents obtained through freedom-of-information requests and from whistleblowers, including internal correspondence and inspection reports, disclose serious infractions and failures in performance by oil and gas companies; yet regulatory standards remain largely unchanged and H2S incidents and risks remain hidden from the public.
    252. Cribb, Robert: 'There's no sense in speaking up' despite deadly gas risks
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      An investigation into oil industry in Saskatchewan reveals a culture of secrecy fuelled by oil industry money, the province's reliance on that money, and the threats and intimidation that have followed those who have spoken out.
    253. Cribb, Robert; McIntosh, Emma; Jarvis, Carolyn: In Sarnia's Chemical Valley, is 'toxic soup' making people sick?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Experts and documents cast doubts on whether industry and Ontario government are revealing levels of benzene in areas where residents live right near oil and gas facilities.
    254. Crispin, Shawn: Widodo's lifting of ban on foreign media in Papua is step in right direction
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Journalists and citizens celebrate freedom of press and speech as a 50-year blackout of international media is lifted in Papua, Indonesia.
    255. Croall, Stephen; Rankin, William: Ecology For Beginners
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
      Amusing, solidly resesearched, and sophisticated, Ecology for Beginners tells a fast and furious tale of Man, Woman, and their struggle with the environment.
    256. Crocker, Andrew: Oversight Report on FBI's Use of Patriot Act Highlights Need for Intelligence Reform at Crucial Moment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      We've all heard about the NSA mass surveillance scandal permitted by the Patriot Act but this is not the first time the NSA and other fedral agencies have violated our rights.
    257. Crombie, David et all: Regeneration
      Toronto's Waterfront and the Sustainable City

      Resource Type: Book
    258. Cromwell, David: Bad Pharma, Bad Journalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      ‘The drugs don't work: a modern medical scandal’, from Ben Goldacre's new book, Bad Pharma presents a disturbing picture emerges of corporate drug abuse.
    259. Cromwell, David; Edwards, David: David Cromwell & David Edwards Quotes
      Resource Type: Unclassified
    260. Crook and Wise: How to Self-Publish and Make Money
      Writing, Publishing and Selling your Book in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
    261. Crosby, Alfred W: Ecological Imperialism
      The Biological Expansion in Europe, 900-1900

      Resource Type: Book
    262. Crossen, Cathy: Pornography and the Sex Censors
      A review of 'Defending Pornography: Free Speech, Sex, and the Fight for Women's Rights,' by Nadine Strossen

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1996
      The pornography debacle has driven deep wedges among feminists, and has weakened the women's movement by alienating many women who cannot relate to a perceived ethos of anti-sexuality, gender antagonism, and victimhood. To the extent that it has convinced women to conceive of themselves as victims, to live in constant dread of male violence and aggression, rather than thinking of ourselves as the agents of our own liberation, it has been profoundly disempowering.
    263. Crowe, Kelly: What your government can't tell you about drug prices
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      One of the best kept commercial secrets? The price governments pay for brand name drugs
    264. Crucianelli, Sandra: Seeding Data Journalism in Panama
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Journalist talks about a need for data-driven journalists. She highlights her experience teaching teams how to do this in Panama in time for the Panama elections.
    265. Cruickshank, Ainslie: Toronto music teacher sues after principal, VP call folk song racist
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A Toronto music teacher is suing her principal, vice-principal and the public school board for defamation after the administrators sent an email to the school community apologizing that a well-known folk song - "Land of the Silver Birch" - was performed at a school concert, calling it "inappropriate" and "racist."
    266. Crum, Chris: Just How Bad Is Yelp's Fake Review Problem?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      You're probably aware of multiple controversial issues surrounding Yelp reviews. There are several to choose from. You have some businesses accusing the company of holding positive reviews hostage (with advertising being the ransom). You have a court ordering Yelp to turn over the identities of anonymous Yelp reviewers. You have people paying other people to write fake reviews, whether it's negative reviews for competitors or positive reviews for their own business.
    267. Crum, Crhis: FAQ Pages Could Boost Your Google Rankings
      Resource Type: Article
    268. Crumpton, Neil: Lies, damned lies, and energy statistics - why nuclear is so much less than it claims to be
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It's odd how often the contribution of nuclear energy is overstated by mixing up 'energy' and 'electricity', while a similar trick understates the importance of renewables like wind and solar. Even odder is how the mistake always seems to go the same way, to make nuclear look bigger than it really is, and renewables smaller. Welcome to the nuclear 'X factor'!
    269. Cummings, Clitora E.: Fantasy's Legal, Reality's Not
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
      A sex worker's take on prostitution and the sex industry.
    270. Cummins, Jim, Danesi, Marcel: Heritage Languages
      The Development and Denial of Canada's Linguistic Resources

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    271. Cundiff, Brad: The Hike Ontario Guide to Walks Around Toronto
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 199
    272. Cunningham, Finian: US & Europe's farcical hypocrisy over Russian foreign media law
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The US and the European Union rushed to condemn Russia's new media laws restricting foreign entities. At the same time, they assume the unilateral right to hound Russian news outlets as "foreign agents."
    273. Cunningham, Finian: Washington using legal cover to conceal economic banditry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The arrest of a Chinese telecom executive in Canada on behalf of the US is an abuse of the legal process and international law to pursue American economic interests. China's anger resonates with similar grievances against the US felt by Russia, Iran, Venezuela, and even American allies in Europe.
    274. Cunningham, Rob: Smoke and Mirrors
      The Canadian Tobacco War

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Describes Canada's stance and battle against tobacco. Cunningham explains the health movement and tactics to regulate the tobacco industry.
    275. CUPE: Word for Word
      Resource Type: Article
      Negative effects of public waste reduction policies.
    276. Curl, James Stevens: Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      Over 6,000 entries and over 250 illustrations covering every period of Western architectural history.
    277. Currie, Morgan and Paris, Britt S.: How the 'guerrilla archivists' saved history -- and are doing it again under Trump
      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2017
      On Inauguration Day, a group of students, researchers and librarians gathered in a nondescript building on the north side of the University of California, Los Angeles campus, against a backdrop of pelting rain. The group had organized in protest against the new U.S. administration. But, instead of marching and chanting, participants were there to learn how to "harvest," "seed," "scrape" and ultimately archive websites and data sets related to climate change.
    278. Curtis, Mark: Hilary Benn's speech The media's war footing on Corbyn and Syria
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Britain's media is on a double-war footing. The first war is against Jeremy Corbyn, and is countering the threat that Corbyn's more popular policies may gain even wider support. The second war is for Britain's ongoing right to bomb somewhere whenever elites want.
    279. Cushing, Lincoln: Cataloging as Radical Practice
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Explores the extent to which new technologies and institutional practices are offering opportunities for community input in building/correcting/amplifying catalogue records.
    280. Cutlip, Scott, Carter , Alan and Glen Bloom: Effective Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    281. Cvancara, Alan M.: At the Water's Edge
      Nature Study in Lakes, Streams, and Ponds

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      A first-rate nature book that guides the reader out into the world of ponds, stream, brooks, rills, and lakes.
    282. Cymbalist, Rivka: Undocumented Labour
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Pregnant refugee and non-status women are facing growing difficulties in accessing pre & post-natal care. Some doula's in Montreal are helping to fix that situation.
    283. Cymbalist, Rivka: Undocumented Labour: Changes to refugee health care put women and babies at risk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Pregnant refugee and non-status women are facing growing difficulties in accessing pre & post-natal care. Some doula's in Montreal are helping to fix that situation.
    284. Czarnecki, Al: Crisis Communicatios
      A Primer for Teams

      Resource Type: Book

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    1. D'Archy, Stephen; Black, Toban; Weis, Tony; Russel, Joshua Kahn: Drawing a line in the tar sands
      A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The fight over the tar sands is among the epic environmental and social justice battles of our time. The very active tar sands struggle is no less than a life-and-death battle for the future of the planet. It is a battle that pits these peoples' movement against the largest and most destructive industrial project -- a project driven by the big the most profitable and powerful transnational energy corporations.
    2. d'Basum, Lille: Nuclear Power
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      A well-documented account of the nuclear industry in Canada illustrated with lively cartoons.
    3. da Silva, Valter Israel; Martín, Facundo: Food sovereignty and climate change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Climate change has become, in a short time, one of the "global affairs" of critical importance in our times. It has now penetrated every sphere of our social and political life to the point of acquiring a centrality that dangerously makes it seem natural.
    4. Dale, Gareth: Engineering the climate could cost us the earth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Political scientist Gareth Dale takes a look at Geoengineering as a "political technology" and institutional apparatus that is preventing effective climate action, and actually serves to reduce the sense of urgency needed for genuine and more effective structural change.
    5. Dale, Stephen: McLuhan's Children
      The Greenpeace Message and the Media

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Looks at Greenpeace's rise to global prominence through its savvy use of mass media. Traces the evolution of Greenpeace's relations with the media.
    6. Dalglish, Lucy A. Dalglish; LaFleur, Jennifer LaFleur; Leslie, Gregg P.: Access to Electronic Records
      A State by State Guide to Obtaining Government Data

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Reporters have a tool that allows them to report on entire populations and do original analysis on a subject for their stories, rather than relying solely on anecdotes. Computer-assisted reporting helps journalists do important stories that otherwise would not be covered.
    7. Dalrymple, William: The East India Company: The Original Corporate Raiders
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      For a century, the East India Company conquered, subjugated and plundered vast tracts of south Asia. The lessons of its brutal reign have never been more relevant.
    8. Dammert, Dr. Rudolf: Zeitung
      Unser täglicher Hausgast

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1938
    9. Damon, Andre: War, lies and censorship
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Damon cautions news consumers that there is precedent for dissemination of government propaganda in the Anglo-American mainstream media when leaders are preparing to take part in military action.
    10. Damon, Andre; North, David: Google's new search protocol is restricting access to 13 leading socialist, progressive and anti-war web sites
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      New data suggests that the implementation of changes in Google's search evaluation protocols resulted in a massive loss of readership of socialist, anti-war and progressive web sites.
    11. Dankelman, Irene; Davidson, Joan: Women and the Environment in the Third World
      Alliance for the Future

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      This book contains well documented case studies and interviews with leading women conservationists from the Third World, and gives a clear account of women's problems in relation to land, water, forests, energy and human settlements. It also looks at the lack of response from international organizations and at ways in which women can organize to meet environmental, social and economic challenges.
    12. Darroch, Wendy: Man acquitted when wife says she consented to torturing
      Resource Type: Article
    13. Das, Raju: Ecological Sustainability, Inequality and Social Class
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Raju Das connect sustainability to metabolism, reproduction, and value of labour power.
    14. Dasmann, Raymond F.: No Futher Retreat
      The Fight to Save Florida

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    15. Dave VE7CNV: Dave VE7CNV's Truly Canadian Dictionary of Canadian Spelling
      Resource Type: Article
      This is a dictionary with Canadian English spelling. By Canadian spelling I mean that which is used in Hansard (the official transcript of proceedings) by the Parliament of Canada (which represents Canadians), the laws of Canada, and the treaties of Canada.
    16. Davenport, Nick: "Climate Justice" and the Left: The Necessity of a Mass Movement
      Against The Current vol. 141

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The climate crisis -- a crisis not of civilization, as some commentators would have it, but of capitalist production -- requires a political response that is long overdue, and is finally stirring. Now that the movement against global warming is brewing, socialists must get involved.
    17. Davey, Keith: The Uncertain Mirror
      Report of the Special Senate Commitee on Mass Media

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    18. Davidson, Basil: Which Way Africa?
      The Search for a New Society

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
      Davison sets out to analyze the social, economic, political motives, myths, ideas, and beliefs which ounderlie modern African nationalism.
    19. Davies, Nick: Prostitution and trafficking – the anatomy of a moral panic
      Victims who never existed

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The author challenges the underlying assumptions and methods used to assess the incidence of sex trafficking into the United Kingdom.
    20. Davis, Adelle: Let's Get Well
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1965
    21. Davis, Bob: Whatever Happened to High School History?
      Burying the Political Memory of Youth, Ontario: 1945-1995

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      A look at how high school history was taught between the 1940's and 1990's, and subsequent decline iof the discipline that used to be a core subject in Canadian secondary education.
    22. Davis, Chandler: From an Exile
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1960
      Ten distinguished members of my faculty convened and unanimously declared me guilty of "deviousness, artfulness, and indirection hardly to be expected of a University colleague." I had refused, first before the House Committee on Un-American Activities and then before these juries of professors, to answer yes or no to the question, was I a Communist. The juries could assume (with that background and in the year 1954) that their recommendation that I be fired would mean my complete expulsion from the profession.
    23. Davis, Jo: Spirit of the Wolf
      The Environment and Canada's Future: Volume 1

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    24. Davis, Wade: Shadows in the Sun
      Essays on the Spirit of Place

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    25. Dawson, Ashley: Extinction
      A Radical History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
      Some thousands of years ago, the world was home to an immense variety of large mammals. From wooly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers to giant ground sloths and armadillos the size of automobiles, these spectacular creatures roamed freely. Then human beings arrived. Devouring their way down the food chain as they spread across the planet, they began a process of voracious extinction that has continued to the present. This relentless extinction, Ashley Dawson contends in a primer that combines vast scope with elegant precision, is the product of a global attack on the commons, the great trove of air, water, plants and creatures, as well as collectively created cultural forms such as language, that have been regarded traditionally as the inheritance of humanity as a whole.
    26. Day, Louis: Ethics in Media Communications
      Cases and Controversies

      Resource Type: Book
    27. Day. Elizabeth: Cotton-pickin trade
      US and European growers receive government subsidies while farmers in Mali struggle to survive on 300$ a year

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Inequity in the global tradiing system of cotton means that farmers in West Africa struggle to survive. International prices have been driven down by subsidies and disproportionately disadvantage the poorest producers. The author inteviews these farmers and investigates the benefits of fair trade cotton in West Africa to the producers and their communities.
    28. Dayton, Linnea; Davis, Jack: The Photoshop Wow Book
      Guide to Getting the Most out of Photoshop

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    29. de Assis, Carolina: Argentine Newspapers Recuperated by Workers' Cooperatives
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      An economic recession in Argentina that culminated in intense protests and the resignation of then-president Fernando de la Rua, also fostered the phenomenon of companies being recuperated by its workers as a cooperatives. In the last two years the majority of companies recuperated have been media outlets, which opens up new possibilities for journalism in the country.
    30. De L'Aigle, Alma: Eltern-Fibel
      Die Ewigen Ordnungen in der Erziehung

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1950
    31. De Lisio, Amanda: How Brazil's Sex Workers Have Been Organized and Politically Effective for 30 Years
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Sex workers in Brazil have been organizing for 30 years and have influenced politics to the extent that the government recognizes sex-work as an official occupation. They are celebrating the anniversary in part with an exhibit of photographs taken by sex-workers.
    32. de Witte, Ludo: A Revolutionary Speech: Patrice Lumumba and the Birth of the Republic of Congo
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Patrice Lumumba, the Congolese independence leader and first democratically elected Prime Minister, was executed on 17th January, 1961. He had been beated and tortured in a culmination of two assassination plots by the Belgian government and the CIA, ordered directly by President Dwight Eisenhower to 'eliminate' the charismatic leader, with the cooperation of British intelligence and Katangan authorities.
    33. Deasy, Jeff: The FDA and Frankenfoods
      Will the Agency Protect Consumers or the Profits of a Few Corporations

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent enforcement letters warning food makers that they cannot label their products as free of genetically modified or genetically engineered ingredients.
    34. Debney, Ben: A Faustian Bargain with the Climate Crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Take as our inspiration the temptations of capitalist individualism set before us, we make the exact same bargain. The difference in this case however is that we know the disaster is coming; we don't even need to worry about what our spidey senses say, 97% of all climate scientists agree that the capitalist mentality that sees the world as an infinite resource and infinite garbage dump is warming the atmosphere. We have even less excuse.
    35. deBoer, Fredrik: I think explicit consent laws are a mistake
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      I want to talk a little bit about the burgeoning movement for explicit consent laws. These laws change the typical standard from "no means no" to "only yes means yes." As the article puts it, "Students are now required to have 'unambiguous communication and mutual agreement' -- that's verbal consent - before sexual acts, or risk consequences."
    36. Decarnin, Camilla: Interviews with Five Faghagging Women
      Resource Type: Article
    37. Deford, Frank: There She Is
      The Life and Times of Miss America

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
    38. Delacoste, Frederique; Alexander, Priscilla: Sex Work
      Writings by Women in the Sex Industry

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    39. Delobel, Robin: Is renewable energy really environmentally friendly?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Renewable energy sources may have low CO2 emissions at the point of use, but the mines that make the technology possible are often environmentally destructive.
    40. Dembicki, Geoff: Oil Sands Workers Don't Cry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Toughing it out in the cold, isolated, male world of mobile workers in Alberta's oil patch.
    41. Demoneny, Jerry: Paste ups and Mechanicals
      A Step-by-Step Guide to Preparing Art for Reproduction

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
    42. Dempsey,Jessica: The tragedy of liberal environmentalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The tragedy of liberal environmentalism is that it occupies the political discourse as the most pragmatic, the most possible way to a better future, but implementing this watered down, technical environmental politics is not at all smooth, or easy. It is rather Sisyphean. This is the tragic political circumstance of our times: What is framed as easy, as the most compatible with the status quo, is actually so very, very hard.
    43. Denholtz, Elaine: Having it Both Ways
      Report on married women with lovers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1983
      Why do married women take lovers?
    44. Dennison, George: The Lives of Children
      Resource Type: Book
    45. Dent, Susie: Fanboys and Overdogs
      The language report

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    46. Denton, Don: First Chapter
      The Canadian Writers Photography Project

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      A "photographic archive" of Canadian writers from across the country.
    47. Department of Agricultural Education and Communication: Getting Out the News
      Resource Type: Article
      A short guide on developing a media relations strategy.
    48. DePaul, Amy: Evangelicals Divorce More Often Than "Godless" Europeans?
      Exploring America's Strange Relationship With Marriage

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Americans who are very religious divorce divorce more than godless Europeans. A child in the U.S. has a greater chance of seeing his married parents break up than a child of unmarried parents in Sweden.
    49. Deranger, Eriel: The fight again tar sands is about more than the environment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Indigenous rights defender Eriel Deranger explains how the struggle against tar sands mining is about protecting her people's rights and culture.
    50. Derienzo, Paul: Three Years Since the Kitty Litter Disaster at Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      There is a place in the United States, almost half-a-mile underground, in a salt mine, where radioactive waste leftover from the production of tens of thousands of nuclear bombs was to be held separate from all contact with humanity for 10,000 years, equivalent to the entire history of civilization. This separation of civilization from the byproduct of its folly had lasted one-tenth of one percent of that immense time when on Valentine's Day, three years ago, an explosion sent the deadly contamination back to the world of humans.
    51. Dermansky, Julie: TransCanada Keystone 1 Pipeline Suffered Major Corrosion Only Two Years In Operation, 95% Worn In One Spot
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Documents obtained by DeSmogBlog reveal an alarming rate of corrosion to parts of TransCanada's Keystone 1 pipeline. A mandatory inspection test revealed a section of the pipeline's wall had corroded 95%, leaving it paper-thin in one area (one-third the thickness of a dime) and dangerously thin in three other places, leading TransCanada to immediately shut it down.
    52. Desilets, Antoine: Developing Your Photographs
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    53. Desilets, Antoine: Techniques in Photography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    54. Deutsch, Judith: Grieve the Beloved Children: Israel and the War on Children
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A discussion of Israel's tactics in its campaign against Palestinians, which includes the use of deliberate provocation to incite retaliation, and the disturbing reality that results in large numbers of children's deaths.
    55. Deutsch, Judith: Siloed Thinking, Climate, and Disposable People
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Judith Deutch takes a look at the human side of the climate disaster and the constricted way of thinking about it, as even those who do recognize anthropogenic climate change still do not examine a range of critical interactions.
    56. Devall, Bill & Sessions, George: Deep Ecology
      Living as if Nature Mattered

      Resource Type: Book
    57. Devlin, Megan: Nazeeha Saeed - Raising her voice for journalists in Bahrain
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Nazeeha Saeed was detained and tortured for 13 hours while covering the 2011 uprisings in Bahrain along with her colleagues. She is now raising awareness for journalists in Bahrain.
    58. Dewey, John: Experience and Education
      Resource Type: Book
    59. Dharmarajah, Sindhu: #KMFace photos mock Kinder Morgan claim that facial expressions are a form of "assault"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Anti-pipeline protestors took to social media to post their best #KMFace, following Kinder Morgan's court case against residents this week, where the company's lawyer stated that the protestors' angry snarls are "not just intimidation," but "actually assault."
    60. di Giovanni, Janine: A Civil Tongue
      South Sudan tries to learn English

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      South Sudan has proclaimed English its official language as part of an attempt to encourage economic growth.
    61. Di Matteo, Enzo: Lies Rob Ford has told
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
    62. Dickinson, Timothy; Metsger, Deborah; Bull, Jenny; Dickinson, Richard: The ROM Field Guide to Wildflowers of Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    63. Dickson, Janice: Landowner refuses to surrender property for Energy East pipeline
      A landowner fights a big corporation for his forest

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Rick Verge was shocked when a TransCanada land agent knocked on his door in Titusville, N.B., last year and offered him $1000 to conduct a land survey in exchange for his signature. He refused. He said the land agent showed him a photo in a brochure of what his land would look like after TransCanada was finished with construction.
    64. Diemer, Ulli: Abandonando el Interés Público
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Las sociedades industriales aprendieron, en el curso de décadas, que los intereses privados no pueden ser usados para salvaguardar el interés público cuando entran en conflicto con sus propios intereses. Fue una lección dura, aprendida con el costo de muchas vidas, pero el resultado fue que gradualmente, pieza por pieza, país a país, una infraestructura pública de regulaciones y agencias y procedimientos fue obtenida para proteger la salud pública y la seguridad. Esa infraestructura está siendo minimizada ahora, no sólo por fuera, sino por dentro de las propias instituciones gubernamentales.
    65. Diemer, Ulli: Abandonando o interesse público
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
    66. Diemer, Ulli: Abandoning the Public Interest
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      The neo-liberal drive to cut red tape is costing lives. Exposing the hidden costs of deregulation and privatization.
    67. Diemer, Ulli: Abandoning the Public Interest - Chinese (Simplified) Text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
    68. Diemer, Ulli: Abandoning the Public Interest - Chinese (Traditional) Text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
    69. Diemer, Ulli: Abandoning the Public Interest - Japanese text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    70. Diemer, Ulli: Abandonner l'intérêt publique
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      Les sociétés industrielles ont appris au cour de décennies, que les intérêts privées ne peuvent être fait confiance de sauvegarder l'intérêt publique si il y à conflit avec leurs intérêts. C'étais une dure leçon apprie aux coûts de plusieurs vies, mais le résultat à été graduellement, pièce par pièce, pays par pays, une infrastructure de régulations publiques et d'agences et procédés mis sur pied pour protéger la santé publique et la sécurité. L'infrastructure est maintenant sapée pas seulement de l'extérieur, mais du gouvernement même.
    71. Diemer, Ulli: An alternative media list
      Getting the news - and getting behind the news

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A selective list of English-language alternative media.
    72. Diemer, Ulli: Alternative Media: Ulli Diemer - Selected snippets & quotes from Radical Digressions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
    73. Diemer, Ulli: Anarchism vs. Marxism: A few notes on an old theme
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      Anarchist critiques of Marxism typically reveal a lack of knowledge of what Karl Marx actually wrote, resulting in sterile denunciations of a straw-man opponent.
    74. Diemer, Ulli: Anarquismo vs. Marxismo
      Algunas notas sobre un tema antiguo

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      Un movimiento que desdeña la teoría y adora las acciones sin crítica, el anarquismo sigue siendo un edificio tambaleante consistente de varios pedazos de análisis marxista, reforzando unos preceptos tácticos inflexibles.
    75. Diemer, Ulli: Arrêtons de se faire des illusions
      Le magazine Canadien Dimensions discute du Nouveau Parti Démocratique Canadien

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      Si nous devons plus que jamais avancer, nous devons y faire face : Le NPD n'est pas un parti socialiste. Le NPD n'a jamais été un parti socialiste. Le NPD ne sera jamais un parti socialiste.
    76. Diemer, Ulli: Att överge allmänintresset
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    77. Diemer, Ulli: Bailando con la culpa: Los hombres hablando de la violencia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
    78. Diemer, Ulli: Bakunin vs. Marx
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      El movimiento anarquista que apadrinó ha sido plagado por la misma polaridad, por la tensión entre el liberalismo real en un lado y algunas veces la irresistible atracción del anti-intelectualismo, terrorismo y conspiración en el otro.
    79. Diemer, Ulli: Barr to be Board Chairman
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      Ward Seven school trustee Doug Barr seems certain to become the next chairman of the Toronto School Board.
    80. Diemer, Ulli: The Canada Metals story: A chronology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1980
      The ongoing struggle against lead pollution in South Riverdale.
    81. Diemer, Ulli: Canada's Distorted Electoral System
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Canada's electoral system is undemocratic
    82. Diemer, Ulli: The Capital Punishment Debate
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      The death penalty make us all complicit in killing, and degrades us as a society.
    83. Diemer, Ulli: The Capital Punishment Debate - Chinese text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
    84. Diemer, Ulli: The Case for Grassroots Archives
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Grassroots archives play a valuable role in what has been called "the battle of memory". People's history projects such as grassroots archives preserve and share stories of resistance, hidden histories, and alternative visions.
    85. Diemer, Ulli: Chemicals in your water: A little is too much
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      There is reason to be concerned about the increasing amounts of chemicals in our water.
    86. Diemer, Ulli: Communicating Effectively Through Your Newsletter
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1990
      Some pointers about how to produce a newsletter that communicates effectively with its readers
    87. Diemer, Ulli: Constructive criticism can be a good thing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1982
      It's counterproductive to say that for the sake of 'unity' we shouldn't criticize others in the environmental movement. Principled debate and critcism when it is called for helps us clarify issues and move forward.
    88. Diemer, Ulli: Contaminación: El envenenante legado de los recortes ambientales de Ontario
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    89. Diemer, Ulli: Contaminated Meat, Contaminated Water: From Walkerton to Listeria
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      The current listeria outbreak has the feel of deja vu all over again. Once again, we are hearing about companies and industry associations lobbying for fewer inspections and less 'interference', and about a compliant right-wing government only too eager to give them what they want.
    90. Diemer, Ulli: Contamination: L'Héritage Vénéneux des coupures écologiques de l'Ontario
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    91. Diemer, Ulli: Contamination: The Poisonous Legacy of Ontario's Environmental Cutbacks
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      The story of Ontario's right-wing Harris government, which gutted health and environmental protection polices, leading to the Walkerton water disaster.
    92. Diemer, Ulli: Contamination: The Poisonous Legacy of Ontario's Environmental Cutbacks - Japanese text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    93. Diemer, Ulli: Contra Todos los Pronósticos
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1985
      La creencia que la sociedad oficial es tan abrumadora que no se puede hacer nada al respecto está muy cerca de la idea que no puede hacer nada. La idea que las cosas se volverán a hacer si la gente se une para hacerlo ellos mismos contiene la semilla de la idea que la gente tiene el poder para hacer todo.
    94. Diemer, Ulli: Contre vents et marées
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
    95. Diemer, Ulli: La crise Iraquienne en context
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Un état solitaire, lourdement armé avec des armes de destruction massives, ouvertement méprisant des lois internationales et des Nations Unies et avec une réputation menaçante d'invader d'autres pays et à plonger le monde dans une crise.
      Comment le monde doit il réagir à cette menace? Que peut ont faire à propos des États Unies et leurs ambitions ouvertement impérialistiques?
    96. Diemer, Ulli: Dances with Guilt: Looking at Men Looking at Violence
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1991
      Why are some men violent?
    97. Diemer, Ulli: El Debate de la Pena Capital
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
    98. Diemer, Ulli: Dejemos de engañarnos a nosotros mismos sobre el NDP
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      Si alguna vez vamos a seguir adelante, tenemos que enfrentarlo: El NDP no es un partido socialista. El NDP nunca ha sido un partido socialista. Y el NDP nunca será un partido socialista.
    99. Diemer, Ulli: Derechos y Libertades
      Introduccion al Volumen 9, Número 2 del Sumario de Connexions

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
    100. Diemer, Ulli: Desintresse am Öffentlichen Intresse
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      In den Industrienationen haben die Menschen über Jahrzehnte hinweg gelernt, dass man privaten Unternehmen nicht trauen kann, wenn es um Sachen der öffentlichen Sicherheit geht.
    101. Diemer, Ulli: Diez Mitos del Cuidado de la Salud
      Entendiendo el Debate del Servicio Medico en Canadá

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
    102. Diemer, Ulli: 10 mythes des soins de sante
      Comprendre le debat de l'Assistance Medicale Canadienne

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      Un guide concis expliquant les 10 mythes regardant les Soins de Sant.
    103. Diemer, Ulli: Don't forget to write
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      Writing letters to the editor is an effective way of getting publicity for your point of view.
    104. Diemer, Ulli: Environment: Ulli Diemer - Selected snippets & quotes from Radical Digressions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
    105. Diemer, Ulli: Food Fanatics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      Ill-informed dogmatism has no place in a healthy lifestyle.
    106. Diemer, Ulli: 'Free speech' - as long as it doesn't offend anyone
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      On the issue of free speech most of the right and much of the left are in agreement, and so too are many liberals, activists, and human rights apparatchiks. They hold essentially the same position on freedom of expression - they are for it -in principle-, but only so long as it isn't used to express views that they find unacceptable or offensive. What they disagree about is merely who gets to decide what ideas are unacceptable, i.e., who gets to censor who.
    107. Diemer, Ulli: Frequently Asked Questions about the Sources Subject Index
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      A careful choice of subject headings pays off in leading journalists to you when they need your expertise.
    108. Diemer, Ulli: Miriam Garfinkle 1954 - 2018
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Obituary for Miriam Garfinkle, who died on September 15, 2018.
    109. Diemer, Ulli: Get the Internet working for you
      Develop an online strategy

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      A Web site works best when it is integrated into a co-ordinated communications strategy.
    110. Diemer, Ulli: Grassroots media relations
      A short introduction to media relations strategies for activist groups

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A media relations guide for organizers and activists.
    111. Diemer, Ulli: Green Municipalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1991
      A green municipalist analysis offers valuable perspectives but can become a straightjacket if it is seen as 'the' answer.
    112. Diemer, Ulli: Health care monopoly
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      Rather than advocating the destruction of Canada's public health care system, critics should be speaking out against the government's strategy of running the system into the ground by mismanagement and underfunding.
    113. Diemer, Ulli: Health - Health Care: Ulli Diemer - Selected snippets & quotes from Radical Digressions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
    114. Diemer, Ulli: Health News Briefs 1987 - 1991
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
      A round-up of health care in the news, 1987 - 1991.
    115. Diemer, Ulli: Health News Briefs 1992- 1994
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      A round-up of health care in the news, 1992 - 1994.
    116. Diemer, Ulli: Helping journalists finds you: Getting the most from the Subject Index
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      A careful choice of subject headings pays off in leading journalists to you when they need your expertise.
    117. Diemer, Ulli: Inclusión o exclusion?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    118. Diemer, Ulli: Integracja czy wykluczenie?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    119. Diemer, Ulli: Intégration ou Marginalisation?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    120. Diemer, Ulli: An Intelligent Guide to Intelligent Research
      A review of The Oxford Guide to Library Research, by Thomas Mann

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Review of the Oxford Guide to Library Research, a first-rate guide to how to think about research and how to formulate strategies for answering research questions.
    121. Diemer, Ulli: Iraq Crisis in Context - Greek text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
    122. Diemer, Ulli: Un journaliste du National Post traumatisé d'avoir à attendre son tour
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      Jonathan Kay retourne à l'hôpital pour un traitement de suivi, et - horreur - il doit s'asseoir et attendre avant d'être vu. En fait, il nous dit « tous les cas sauf les plus graves » doivent s'asseoir et attendre leur tour. Il n'y a pas - c'est dur à croire mais c'est vrai - de file spéciale pour les nantis et les privilégiés, même s'ils sont journalistes au National Post.
    123. Diemer, Ulli: Kara Smierci
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      Celowe, prawnie sankcjonowane odbieranie z.ycia ludzkiego, jest silnym emocjonalnym totemem, czynem, przez który symbolicznie uczestniczymy w zakazanym akcie zabijania. Nic dziwnego wie;c, z.e debata na temat kary s'mierci budzi tyle emocji, jest tak kategoryczna, uboga w analize; na temat tego, czy kara s'mierci w?as'ciwie ma jakis' sens.
    124. Diemer, Ulli: Kontaminiert: Das giftige Erbe der Kürzungen in Ontario's Umweltpolitik
      Ein Artikel über Katastrophe für die Umwelt in Kanada.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    125. Diemer, Ulli: Lady Martha's story
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    126. Diemer, Ulli: Local schools perpetuate social inequality says survey
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      The more money your parents earn, the better you are likely to do in school. This is the conclusion of a massive study of the Toronto school population just released by the Board of Education.
    127. Diemer, Ulli: Maintenant qu'est ce qu'on fait?
      Établir un mouvement social suite aux conséquences du libre échange

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      Nous savons que l'accord du libre échange va éroder l'indépendance Canadienne qui est déjà limitée. Ce qui rendra encore plus difficile de résister la croisade néo conservatrice qui tien à éliminer tout ce qui se tient devant un profit sur le marché.
    128. Diemer, Ulli: Marguerite has come a long way
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      Literacy student writes her own story.
    129. Diemer, Ulli: Medicare Myths and Realities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Since medicare is an extremely popular social program, the media and right-wing politicians have learned that it is unwise to attack it directly. Instead, they propagate myths designed to undermine public support for, and confidence in, the health care system, with the goal of gradually undermining and dismantling it.
    130. Diemer, Ulli: Misleading figures on greenhouse gas emissions
      Letter to the editor

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A letter to the editor from an oil industry apologist (April 12) tries to excuse the Alberta oilsands’ growing carbon emissions with the argument that Canada accounts for “just” 1.6 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Even if that figure were accurate, it would mean that Canada is producing emissions which are more than three times as large as its proportion of the world’s population.
    131. Diemer, Ulli: Monogamous Voles
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Vole reversal.
    132. Diemer, Ulli: National Post columnist traumatized by having to wait his turn
      Second-class health care for immigrants, seniors?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Columnist thinks people with money should get quicker treatment in emergency rooms than people who are poor.
    133. Diemer, Ulli: Obscenity exposed
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      The police definition of 'obscenity' gets right to the crux of the question.
    134. Diemer, Ulli: 150 years of dirty water
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      Toronto's water has been polluted pretty much since the city was founded - but that doesn't mean we should put up with it.
    135. Diemer, Ulli: One Vote for Democracy
      Consensus vs. democracy

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
      Makes the case that the democratic model is better than the consensus model for activist group decision-making.
    136. Diemer, Ulli: One Vote for Democracy - Chinese text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
    137. Diemer, Ulli: Opposing Censorship
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      According to Ulli Diemer, it is dangerous to think that liberation - in this case, sexual liberation - can be promoted by repressive legislation and censorship.
    138. Diemer, Ulli: La Peine Capitale
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      Malgr# les croyances # base #motionnelle, la peine de mort ne dissuade pas. D'un pays # autre, on a pu trouver que l'existence, l'abolition, ou la re-application de la peine capitale n'avait aucune influence visible sur la fr#quence de meurtres.
    139. Diemer, Ulli: Pensando en la Auto-determinación
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      Un buen lugar para empezar seria preguntarse si el familiar principio de la Izquierda, "el derecho de auto-determinacion" realmente significa algo o si es otro eslogan vacio cuyo principal uso es que la Izquierda lo puede repetir como mantra y asi salvarse de tener que pensar de manera critica.
    140. Diemer, Ulli: Polluted Logic
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      The business of allowing polluters to buy their way out of complying with the law is an innovation with vast untapped potential.
    141. Diemer, Ulli: Progressives shouldn't be begging the police to take more power
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      The last thing we need is to hand the police even more power to decide what we are allowed to see or read.
    142. Diemer, Ulli: Psychotherapist out of touch
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
      Touching and hugging are natural behaviour all over the world among people who like or love each other.
    143. Diemer, Ulli: Que es el Socialismo Libertario?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1977
    144. Diemer, Ulli: Que hacemos ahora? Construir un Movimiento Social en el Resultado del Libre Tratado
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      Cuando creamos un movimiento para cambiar la sociedad, nos cambiamos a nosotros mismos, y al cambiarnos a nosotros mismos, hacemos que los cambios sociales sean posibles.
    145. Diemer, Ulli: Radical Digressions
      Resource Type: Website
      Published: 2017
      Ulli Diemer's website/blog featuring comment from a radical left-libertarian Marxist perspective.
    146. Diemer, Ulli: Radical Digressions RSS Feed
      Resource Type: Website
      Published: 2016
      New and interesting items from Radical Digressions, featuring progressive comment and analysis from a libertarian socialist perspective.
    147. Diemer, Ulli: Rechte und Freiheiten
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      Keiner ist Frei, wenn wir nicht alle Frei sind. Jegliche Einschränkung der Rechte und Freiheiten ist gleichzeitig eine Stärkung der Macht des Staates darüber zu entscheiden, welche Rechte in Zukunft ausgeübt werden dürfen und welche nicht.
    148. Diemer, Ulli: Réflections sur l'autodétermination
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      Pour Panitch et ses compagnons l'autodétermination n'a qu'un seul sens: celui de la sécession. Ils disent aux Quebécois: "Vous avez le droit de partir. Alors dépêchez-vous!" Il ne leur passe pas par la tête que les Quebécois peuvent choisir une option différente de celle de la sécession.
    149. Diemer, Ulli: Resource bookshelf (book review)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      A review of five reference books published in 1998 and 1999.
    150. Diemer, Ulli: Rosa Luxemburg's contribucion al Marxismo
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Yo veo a Rosa Luxemburg como la marxista quien hizo lo mas que pudo para mostrar la teorua-revolucionaria de Karl Marxs en el periodo despues de la muerte de Marx y Engels.
    151. Diemer, Ulli: Second-class health care for immigrants, seniors?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      A two-tier system means better care for the affluent, and worse or no care for the rest.
    152. Diemer, Ulli: Seeds of Fire
      A People's Chronology

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Recalling events that happened on this day in history. Memories of struggle, resistance and persistence.
    153. Diemer, Ulli: Sociology department's hiring of Americans causes discord
      Resource Type: Article
      U of T sociology department has been thrown into a turmoil over its hiring of eight foreigners -- and no Canadians -- to fill staff vacancies.
    154. Diemer, Ulli: Soil removal a possibility
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
      The soil in the South Riverdale area is so contaminated with lead that it may be necessary to remove it.
    155. Diemer, Ulli: Sources 45 - Resource Bookshelf
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Reviews of reference books.
    156. Diemer, Ulli: Sources 52 Resource Bookshelf
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Reviews of reference books.
    157. Diemer, Ulli: The Star's biased reporting
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      The Star's Orwellian journalism.
    158. Diemer, Ulli: Survey shows varying prices at drug store
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      It pays to shop around before you decide with which drug store to do business. This is the conclusion of a survey of Ward 7 drug stores carried out recently by Seven News staff.
    159. Diemer, Ulli: Le système électoral faux du Canada
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
    160. Diemer, Ulli: Ten Health Care Myths
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      Medicare's opponents have launched a sustained ideological attack on medicare. Their propaganda relies on myths and misrepresentations.
    161. Diemer, Ulli: 10 Health Care Myths - Chinese Text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
    162. Diemer, Ulli: 10 Health Care Myths - Vietnamese text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
    163. Diemer, Ulli: Thinking About Self-Determination
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      Does that familiar canon of the left, 'the right to self-determination', actually mean anything, or is it an empty slogan whose main utility is that it relieves us of the trouble of thinking critically?
    164. Diemer, Ulli: Toronto Ravines - Ours to Preserve
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1982
      Toronto's ravines are a treasure; it's up to us to preserve them.
    165. Diemer, Ulli: Twenty Years of I.F. Stone
      Review of The I.F. Stone's Weekly Reader

      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 1973
      I.F. Stone made his choice in 1921, when, as an idealistic fourteen-year-old, he founded his first newspaper. He's been at it ever since; this idealistic 66-year-old has done as much as any other individual in his lifetime to keep the truth "operative" in America.
    166. Diemer, Ulli: Un vote pour la démocratie
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1988
      Les groupes démocratiques sont mieux équipés pour traiter les problèmes de procédés. Ceci est parce que la démocratie permet un groupe pour procéder avec ce qu'il veut faire devant les gens qui sont peu coopératif, odieux ou insensible.
    167. Diemer, Ulli: Un Voto por la Democracia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
    168. Diemer, Ulli: U.S. academics dominate Canadian ivory towers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1973
      Since Canada's economy is controlled by American interests, our universities have become geared to the production of trained technicians and professionals for a branch plant economy, in which capitalist and imperialist interests predominate.
    169. Diemer, Ulli: Welcome to Sources - Sources 57
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
    170. Diemer, Ulli: Wellesley report sharply critical
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1977
      The Wellesley Hospital has come in for strong criticism in a brief written by a group of local residents, and presented to the hospital May 13 [1977]. The brief documents numerous complaints about the hospital, including Emergency Department staff attitudes, treatment of patients and their relatives and friends, follow-up and aftercare. It charges that although the hospital is a public institution, there is no visible or publicly known means of access to its policy makers, and no accountability to the community it is supposed to serve.
    171. Diemer, Ulli: What's Wrong With Front Yard Parking?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
      The negative effects of front yard parking are significant, and affect us all. The benefits are small, and go only to a few.
    172. Diemer, Ulli: Zehn Mythen über das Gesundheitssystem
      Hintergründe über die gesetzliche Krankenversicherung in Kanada

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Eine Übersicht über das kanadische Gesundheitssystem im Vergleich mit dem der USA.
    173. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Connexions Quotations
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A selection of quotations about social change, resistance, solidarity, and many other topics. Compiled by Ulli Diemer. Each quote has been turned into an image file.
    174. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - November 21, 2015
      Climate Change and Social Change

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      This issue of Other Voices spotlights climate change, the escalating crisis that the upcoming Paris climate conference is supposed to address. But climate change is not a single problem: it is a product of an economic system whose driving force is the need to grow and accumulate. Nor does it affect everyone equally: those with wealth and power can buy themselves what they need to continue living comfortably for years to come - everything from air conditioning to food to police and soldiers to protect their secure bubbles - while those who are poor and powerless find their lives increasingly impossible. A serious effort to address climate change therefore means social change and economic change.
    175. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - December 5, 2015
      Ecosocialism, environment, and urban gardening

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      This issue of Other Voices covers a wide range of issues, from the climate crisis and the ecosocialist response, to terrorism and the struggle against religious fundamentalism, as well as items on urban gardening, the destruction of olive trees, and how the police are able to use Google's timeline feature to track you every move, now and years into the past.
    176. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - March 26, 2016
      Forests and trees

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2016
      For countless centuries, forests, and the trees in them, have been seen as sources of life, livelihood, and spiritual meaning. For capitalism, however, forests are sites of extraction and profit-making, or obstacles in the way of 'development.' In this issue, we look at some of the threats to forests worldwide, and the ways in which people are resisting and defending the forests.
    177. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - April 23, 2016
      Science and its enemies

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2016
      Our society and its institutions, public and private, regularly tell us that science, and education in the sciences, are crucial to our future. These public declarations are strangely reminiscent of the equally sincere lip service they pay to the ideals of democracy. And, in the same way that governments and private corporations devote considerable efforts to undermining the reality of democracy, so too they are frequently found trying to block and subvert science when the evidence it produces runs counter to their interests. Real live scientists doing real live science, it seems, are not nearly as loveable as Science in the abstract.
    178. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - July 23, 2016
      Workers and Climate Change

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2016
      Working people -- and most of us are workers -- are affected by climate change in every aspect of our lives. As climate change worsens, our lives will worsen. If we are successful in bringing about the needed rapid change away from a fossil fuel based economy, working people are the ones who stand to bear most of the costs, including the cost, for millions of workers and their families, of losing their jobs.
      Many elements of the environmental movement have been guilty of ignoring working people, while others actually blame ordinary working people for climate change and the injustices associated with it. Yet it is working people who are dying, in many places, even now, from excessive heat in factories, fields, construction sites, and homes. And million of working people stand to lose their jobs, homes, and communities in the transition to a low-carbon or no-carbon economy.
    179. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 10, 2016
      Back to School

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Education - about the world, and about social change in particular - is a key element in the work that Connexions does. In this issue of Other Voices, we explore a few aspects of the ways in which education and educational institutions are changing. We also look at ways in which education is used to bring about change.
    180. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - November 27, 2016
      Alternative Media

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2016
      A special issue on alternative media.
    181. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - December 20, 2016
      Fake News

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2016
      "Fake news" is the latest mania to convulse the mainstream media. All at once, we're being subjected to an outbreak of hand-wringing articles and commentary about obscure websites which are supposedly poisoning public opinion and undermining democracy by spreading "fake news." Since we don't like to be left out when a new fad comes on the scene, Other Voices is jumping on the bandwagon too, with this, our last issue of 2016, devoted to "fake news." Our focus, however, is not so much on the crackpots and trolls making mischief on the fringes, but on the dominant actors in the fake news business: governments and the corporate and state media.
    182. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - April 21, 2018
      Their Interent or Ours?

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2018
      The Internet, which was at one time a free and open space for sharing information and ideas, has been privatized and twisted to serve the profit-making agenda of huge corporations, working hand-in-glove with governments which want to suppress opposition and alternatives. What can we do about it? Is it our Internet or theirs?
    183. Diemer, Ulli (ed.): Parliamentary Names & Numbers 29
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2012
    184. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - July 3, 2014
      Surveillance

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      The first issue of Other Voices, the Connexions newsletter. Topic of the week is Surveillance. Articles on climate politics, 21st-century land grabs, and the destruction of Canada's science libraries. Plus items from the Connexions Calendar and Seeds of Fire.
    185. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - July 17, 2014
      Gaza

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Topic of the week is Gaza, which was under attack by Israel as this issue appeared. Articles on surveillance capitalism, the tactics and successes of the movement for same-sex marriage in the United States, and profiles of alternative archives. Website of the week is Democracy Now!
    186. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - July 31, 2014
      Truth, justice and reconciliation

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Articles on truth, justice and reconciliation efforts in countries affected by civil war or internal conflict; Bone Collectors: the fate of the remains of Australian aboriginal people stolen from their burial grounds and dispersed to museums; the Galway children's mass grave; and Which came first: Palestinian rockets or Israeli violence? The topic of the week is the Israeli military.
    187. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - August 21, 2014
      Killings by Police

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Topic of the week is Killings by Police. Articles on the way the Ebola crisis illuminates the moral bankruptcy of capitalism; Responding the capitalist crisis, in 1914 and 2014; Globaling Gaza: Israel's leading role in undemining international law; and Marinaleda, a town in Spain attempting to create alternatives based on democracy, co-operation, and mutual aid. Group of the Week is Librarians and Archivists with Palestine.
    188. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 4, 2014
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Information about the Connexions Alternative Media List and the Labor Film Archive. Articles on corporations spying on non-profits, workplace deaths, Monsanto and Ukraine, and liberal environmentalism. Topic of the week is Violence Against Journalists. Book of the week is Bold Scientists.
    189. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - September 19 2014
      Spying, terrorism, and protest

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Coverage of spying, terrorism, and protest. Articles on how the ISIS (Islamic State group) comes to be using American weapons; the U.S. government's secret plans to spy for American corporations; the insidious power of propaganda; how to spot and defeat disruption on the Internet, and steps to sustainable livestock production. Topic of the week is War Crimes; book for the week is Berkeley: The New Student Revolt, and website of the week is LabourStart.
    190. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - October 2, 2014
      Climate Change

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      This issue of Other Voices looks at why so many people deny or ignore the very real and very near threat of climate change. We also look into the ways on how NGOs tame and undermine grassroots movements. Other Voices also shares an article detailing how a $182 billion bail-out of tax-payer money was not enough for one bank. Finally, in this issue, we look into the horrors of American slavery and how it shaped the United States into the economic power it is today.
    191. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - October 16, 2014
      Arms Trade

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Topic of the week is the Arms Trade. Featured resources include The No-Nonsense Guide to the Arms Trade, an article on Israel's War Business, and the Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade. A new feature in Other Voices is the Film of the Week: to start off, we spotlight The Corporation, an exploration of the dominant institution of our time. Plus: Lying to ourselves about the air war, Karl Marx's critique of modern agriculture, and a challenge to Montreal's anti-protest bylaw.
    192. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - October 30, 2014
      Refugees

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      Topic of the week is Refugees. Featured articles look at migration, counter-surveillance resources, farmers in Ghana fighting to retain the freedom to save their own seeds, and rebuilding communities faced with mining companies in Ecuador. The website of the week is Mediamatters. From the archives we've got Socialist Feminism: A Strategy for the Women's Movement.
    193. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - November 13, 2014
      Libertarian Socialism

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      The topic of the week is Libertarian Socialism. Articles on no-state solutions in Kurdistan; right-wing dirty tricks used to attack labour and environmental groups; scientists unravelling the risks of new pesticides; the terrors faced by fishermen in Gaza; and bringing books and seeking peace in Colombia. Film of the week is Even the Rain, and book of the week is Adolph Reed's Class Notes.
    194. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - November 27, 2014
      Climate Change

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      The theme for this issue, and the topic of the week, is Climate Change. Groups and websites engaged in the fight for action on global warming and climate justice are featured. Book of the week is Magdoff and Foster's "What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism." In addition to articles on climate change, there are articles on Ebola, corporate tax evasion, and state terrorism, as well as a 1971 interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
    195. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - December 18, 2014
      The Commons

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2014
      From its beginnings, one of capitalism's prime imperatives has been an all-out and never-ceasing assault on the Commons in all its manifestations. Common land, common water, public ownership -- anything rooted in the ancient human traditions of sharing and cooperation is anathema to an economic system that seeks to turn everything that exists into private property that can be exploited for profit. This issue of the Connexions Newsletter focuses on the Commons.
    196. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - January 15, 2015
      Workers' Health and Safety

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      The topic of the week is Workers' Health and Safety. Articles on why environmentalists should support working class struggles; whistleblowers; the appalling death rate from U.S. drone strikes; the murderous attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris; and what humanity could learn from Bonobos. The feature from the archives is Traces of Magma. The International Labor Rights Forum is the group of the week, and Silkwood is the film of the week.
    197. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - January 29, 2015
      Land seizures and land take-overs

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      This issue of Other Voices focuses on the issue of land seizures and land take-overs. Also included: Greece's solidarity movement, and the challenges and opportunities it faces after the election of a Syrizia government. From the archives, there are interviews about the 1974 occupation of Anicinabe Park, an article about anti-dicrimination fighter Viola Desmond, and the publication, in 1929, of All Quiet on the Western Front.
    198. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - February 12, 2015
      SYRIZA

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      This week we're featuring the 40-point program which SYRIZA, the Greek coalition of the radical left, put forward to win the Greek election. Oliver Tickell writes about the mass media's latest campaign of pro-war propaganda, this time revolving around supposed "Russian aggression" in Ukraine, while Paul Edwards looks at another form of war propaganda, Clint Eastwood's 'American Sniper'. The Topic of the Week is Water Rights. Related items include the film "Blue Gold: World Water Wars," the featured website International Rivers, and articles on water-related struggles, past and present, including articles on the Walkerton water disaster and the Cochabamba water war.
    199. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - March 12, 2015
      Organizing

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      The focus of this issue is organizing. How can we challenge and overcome entrenched structures of economic and political power? Our own source of power is our latent ability to join together and work toward common goals, collectively. That requires organizing. Power gives way only when it is challenged by powerful movements for change, and movements grow out of organizing. In this newsletter, we feature a number of articles, books, and other organizing resources.
    200. Diemer, Ulli (editor); Khan, Tahmid (production): Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - March 26, 2015
      Sustainability, ecology, and agriculture

      Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
      Published: 2015
      This issue features a number of items related to sustainability, ecology, and agriculture, including Vandana Shiva's article "Small is the New Big," the Council of Canadians' new report on water issues, "Blue Betrayal," the film "The Future of Food," the Independent Science News website, which focuses on the science of food and agriculture, and the memoir "Journey of an Unrepentant Socialist" by Brewster Kneen, a former farmer and long-time critic of corporate agriculture.
    201. Diemer, Ulli (Publisher): Media Names & Numbers 10
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      A comprehensive directory of the Canadian news media, including television and radio stations and programs, daily, weekly, ethnic and campus newspapers, consumer and trade magazines, and academic journals. Media Names & Numbers is indexed by subject, and is available in print and electronic formats. An annual subscription includes a print directory and access to the continuously updated online version.
    202. Diemer, Ulli (Publisher): Media Names & Numbers 13th Edition
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2013
      A comprehensive directory of the Canadian news media, including television and radio stations and programs, daily, weekly, ethnic and campus newspapers, consumer and trade magazines, and academic journals. Media Names & Numbers is indexed by subject, and is available in print and electronic formats.
    203. Diemer, Ulli (Publisher): Media Names & Numbers 2009
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      A comprehensive directory of the Canadian news media, including television and radio stations and programs, daily, weekly, ethnic and campus newspapers, consumer and trade magazines, and academic journals. Media Names & Numbers is indexed by subject, and is available in print and electronic formats. An annual subscription includes a print directory and access to the continuously updated online version.
    204. Diemer, Ulli; Orchard, Jeff: Interview with Ulli Diemer
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1990
      Jeff Orchard interviews Ulli Diemer about socialism, capitalism, life, and social change.
    205. Dietz, Bob: Pakistani journalist Muhammud Rasool Dawar under threat
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      War correspondence has always been difficult. This is even more the case for journalists embedded with the Pakistani Army who are expected to do their job amidst heavy censorship and treats from criminals, militants and the government alike.
    206. Dimitrova, Alexenia: Be inventive and patient
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Bulgarian investigative journalist and author Alexenia Dimitrova reveals how she uses Freedom of Information laws in several countries to uncover hidden secrets of the Cold War, how the imprisonment of her father spurred her on, and the rewards of patience.
    207. DiSilvestro, Roger L.: The Endangered Kingdom
      The Struggle to Save America's Wildlife

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    208. Ditz, jason: Pentagon Hypes 'Surging Sales' for US Missile Makers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The massive US military industrial complex is struggling to keep up, according to officials, with ever-escalating attacks on various targets across the planet, and growing demands from its various customers looking to build up their assorted missile arsenals for assorted wars.
    209. Ditz, Jason: Senate Dem Seeks Investigation of RT for Being Russian-Funded
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D – NH) is pushing a bill that would seek a Justice Department investigation of whether television station RT America is "coordinating with the Russian government."
    210. Ditz, Jason: Study: NSA Surveillance Has Chilling Effort on Internet Browsing
      Users Feared Reading About 'Sensitive' Topics

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A new study in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal found that traffic on Wikipedia articles considered "sensitive" or terror-related plummeted drastically in the immediate wake of revelations about broad NSA surveillance of Internet use.
    211. Ditz, Jason: US-Funded NGO in Syria Uses Old Photo to Claim Civilian Death in Russian Airstrikes
      Group Lashes Russian Official on Twitter for Noting Picture Wasn't Real

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The "White Helmets" organization, heavily funded by the US State Department, has claimed that Russia killed 33 civilians in its attacks. The NGO attached a photo to the story which was pointed out to be from an incident five days prior and not related to Russia.
    212. Divoky, Diane: How Old Will You Be In 1984?
      Expressions of Student Outrage from the High School Free Press

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    213. Dixey, Rachael: When the Political Became Personal
      Health Matters Issue 51

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      One health care professional's experiences with the British National Health Service while going through treatment for breast cancer.
    214. Dobbin, Murray: Can You Say "Conflict of Interest"? Not at the UN
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Exposing the ways that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) allows oil giants to shape negotiations.
    215. Dobbin, Murray: Give Us Our Money Back!
      How Harper Protects Canada's Tax Cheats

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      There is a class of people and corporations in this country whose illicit financial practices have an enormous negative impact on the country and its citizens. Yet the law and order regime of Stephen Harper barely plays lip service to the issue of tax evasion through tax havens. While Harper cuts billions from government programs in the name of deficit reduction, he refuses to go after billions of dollars in revenue lost to tax evasion and avoidance every year.
    216. Dobson, Andrew: Green Political Thought
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    217. Dodd, Vikram: Police want right to see medical records without consent
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Police want new and expanded rights to access medical records and other confidential data without an individual's consent.
    218. Doebbler, Curtis FJ: Paris Climate Deal: How Could They Do This to Us?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      On Sunday morning, 13 December 2015, the 2015 Paris Climate Summit (COP21) finally wound to close as the last decisions were agreed. At almost 1 a.m. observers representing youth, women, labour unions, research centers, indigenous peoples, and business were asked their opinion. Most media had already left COP21. Cleaners were dismantling the massive structures that had been erected to house thousands of conference participants for two weeks plus two overrun days. The Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change had finished their work, late as usual and with an usual outcome.
    219. Dolack, Pete: There's No Place for Clean Water Under 'Free Trade'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Yet another standoff between clean drinking water and mining profits has taken shape in Colombia, where two corporations insist their right to pollute trumps human health and the environment. As is customary in these cases, it is clean water that is the underdog here.
    220. Dolack, Peter: Earning a Profit from Global Warming
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      As evidence mounts that a warming world is hurtling toward the point of no return, the plan of the world's governments is to make adjustments to the ability of corporations to profit from polluting. Short-term profits continue to be elevated above the long-term health of the environment.
    221. Donahue, Bud: The Language of Layout
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
    222. Donovan, Kevin; Nyst, Carly: Privacy for the other five billion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Aadhaar is but one example of the development sector's growing fascination with technologies for registering, identifying, and monitoring citizens
    223. Dorland, Michael (ed.): The Cultural Industries in Canada
      Problems, Policies and Prospects

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Dorland discusses policy problems specific to the Canadian cultural industries that produce cultural commodities, such as books, films and television programs.
    224. Dotto, Lydia: Asleep In The Fast Lane
      The Impact of Sleep on Work

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Dotto focuses on sleep problems in industrialized societies, as well as on the nature of sleep itself.
    225. Douglas, Ann: Why I Am Listed in Sources
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      Over the years, I have turned to Sources time and time again to track down experts to interview for whatever newspaper or magazine article I happened to be researching at the time. So when the time came for me to position myself as an expert it was immediately obvious to me what I had to do: take out a listing in Sources.
    226. Douglas, Bruce: Anger rises as Brazilian mine disaster threatens river and sea with toxic mud
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Conservationists and engineers battle to reduce the ecological fallout as mud and iron-ore residue from the BHP Billiton-Vale dam collapse flows down the Rio Doce to the Atlantic.
    227. Dowie, Mark: Food Among the Ruins
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Detroit, the country's most depressed metropolis, has zero produce-carrying grocery chains. It also has open land, fertile soil, ample water, and the ingredients to reinvent itself from Motor City to urban farm.
    228. Downey, Greg: Plastics, tiny penises, and human evolution
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Setting aside the question of whether plastics (or obesity or carbonated corn syrup-laced beverages or the presence of step-dads or hormones in beef or any other factor) are behind changes in our patterns of sexual maturity, what about the possible future? Does evolutionary theory support the idea that xenoestrogens and other endocrine disruption could lead us limping to a kind of slow rolling human apocalypse?
    229. Downie, Peter: Fresh Air
      The Private Thoughts of a Public Broadcaster

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
    230. Downing: The Massage Book
      Resource Type: Book
    231. Downs, Peter: Schoolhouse Shams
      Myths and Misinformation in School Reform

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2012
      Written by a parent and school board member, who first embraced many of the ideas of the modern school reform movement, Schoolhouse Shams lays bare much of the mythology and misinformation that underpin many of the failed school reform policies of the last decade. Many of the top strategies of the highly publicized school reform movement already have been tried out in St. Louis with disastrous results. Along with demonstrating the failure of school reform prescriptions to improve education, the experience of St. Louis demonstrates that the ideological premise of the reform movement, that a focus on providing opportunities for private profit-taking will necessarily improve schools, is both wrong and conflicts with the ideals of democracy, accountability, and justice.
    232. Doyal, Lesley: The Political Economy of Health
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1889
    233. Doyle, Chris: The Marxist and the Gamers: Reading, Fortnite, and My Students' Identities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A school teacher reflects on the differences he sees in his students from past generations, notably the many young people who are avid online gamers.
    234. Doyle, Robert; Visano, Livy: A Summary Of Actions
      Access To Health and Social Services For Members of Diverse Cultural And Racial Groups in Metropolitan Toronto

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1987
    235. Dr. Bob: DSM-IV Diagnoses and Codes, Alphabetical
      Resource Type: Website
    236. Drache, Daniel; Glasbeek, Harry: The Changing Workplace
      Reshaping Canada's Industrial Relations System

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Describes how business, labour and government have organized the production of goods and services in Canada since 1945. Focusing on the industrial relations system and how it works, the authors call for fresh thinking on the economy and offer proposals for the reorganization of production.
    237. Dragu, Margaret, and Harrison, A.S.A.: Revelations
      Essays on Striptease and Sexuality

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      A sympathetic look at a much-maligned art form.
    238. Draitser, Eric: The NSA and the Infrastructure of the Surveillance State
      In Search of Real Liberty

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The NSA’s surveillance and data-gathering activities illustrate the extent to which US intelligence seeks “full-spectrum dominance” in cyberspace.
    239. Dransfeld, Rosie: Who Cares?
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2012
      Rosie Dranfeld captures the gritty and dangerous world of Edmonton's sex-trade workers. In this post-Pickton era where the unthinkable is now a gruesome reality, women voluntarily provide police with DNA samples for future identification.
    240. Draper, Hal: Marx on Democratic Forms of Government
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1974
      Marx's socialism (communism) as a political programme may be most quickly defined, from the Marxist standpoint, as the complete democratization of society, not merely of political forms. For Marx, the fight for democratic forms of government - democratization in the state - was a leading edge of the socialist effort; not its be-all and end-all but an integral part of it all.
    241. Draper, Hal: The Mind of Clark Kerr
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1964
      The Compleat Bureaucrat does not approve of moral indignation or of political protest and struggle, not because he is cruel and unfeeling, but simply because these phenomena do not file neatly; they cannot be efficiently punched onto IBM cards; they upset routine; they raise non-regulation questions; they cannot be budgeted for in advance; they are refractory to manipulation.
    242. Drayden, Dave: WTO Ruling on Dolphin-Safe Tuna Labeling Illustrates Supremacy of Trade Agreements
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      International trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) need to be carefully examined piece by piece because they can take precedence over a country's own laws.
    243. Dreifus, Claudia (ed.): Seizing Our Bodies
      The Politics of Women's Health

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    244. Dressel, Holly: Who Killed the Queen?
      The Story of A Community Hospital and How to Fix Public Health Care

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      Investigates Canada's mass closures of hospitals and hospital beds between 1994 and 1998. Shows that the resulting 20% loss of bed continues to affect hospital and health care in every province.
    245. Dronkers, Pete: What the Catastrophic Aliso Canyon Methane Leak Teaches Us About Our Addiction to Fossil Fuels
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      It’s early December, and I'm sitting in a mega-church packed with more than 500 people. They're here to listen to an update on the efforts to contain an enormous natural gas blowout that occurred more than a month before. Gas from the leak is being blown by prevailing winds right into their community of Porter Ranch, in Los Angeles County, CA.
      People are mad.
    246. Drucker, Peter: The New Sexual Radicalism
      Socialist Feminist Questions About Queer Activism

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      What are the social origins of queer? Does this current have a vision - whether implicit or explicit - of sexual liberation, and if so, what is it? What is its relationship to such emancipatory projects as feminism, antiracism, global justice and socialism?
    247. Drucker, Peter: Review: The Politics of Some Bodies - On "Feminism, Queer Theory and Marxism at the Intersection"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      At a time when Marxist politics is struggling more than ever against the current, queer Marxist scholarship is enjoying a slight, startling, heartening resurgence. Holly Lewis' The Politics of Everybody is a major contribution to the trend.
    248. Dubos, Rene: Mirage of Health
      Utopias, Progress, and Biological Change

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
      Dubos attempts to show that while it may be comforting to imagine a life free of stresses and strains in a carefree world, this will remain an idle dream. Humans cannot hope to find another Paradise on earth, because paradise is a static concept while human life is a dynamic process.
    249. Duff, J. Clarence: Pen Sketches of Historic Toronto
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    250. Duffin, Jacalyn: History of Medicine
      A Scandalously Short Introduction

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
    251. Dunt, Ian: The evidence that Israel deliberately targeted hospitals and ambulances
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Amnesty International has published evidence that Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) specifically targeted hospitals, health workers and ambulance personnel during the attack on Gaza.
    252. Duran, Franci; Gibson, Hugh; Betswoth, Marc; Van Borek, Aaron: Doctors with Borders
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2005
      The story of four foreign trained doctors who are struggling to become licensed to practise medicine in Ontario.
    253. Duren, Lista: Frame It
      A Complete Do-It-Yourself Guide to Picture Framing

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      From preparing a work to hanging it; from creating frameless frames to putting together backngs, stretchers, mats, glass, and double mouldings; every aspect of the framing process is covered in this book.
    254. Durning, Alan: Safe streets
      Not pedaling can kill you

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Not pedaling can kill you.
    255. Durrell, Lee: State of the Ark
      An Atlas of Conservation in Action

      Resource Type: Book
    256. Dutton, Geoff: Cutting Cords to Kurds: Facebook's Foreign Policy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The recent deletion and suspension of Facebook accounts of Kurdish supporters provides further troubling evidence that the popular social media company has been censoring the Kurdish resistance for the past five years.
    257. Dutton, William H.: Fake news, echo chambers and filter bubbles: Underresearched and overhyped
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In the early years of the internet, it was revolutionary to have a world of information just a click away from anyone, anywhere, anytime. Many hoped this inherently democratic technology could lead to better-informed citizens more easily participating in debate, elections and public discourse.
    258. Duval Smith, Alex: Life in Timbuktu: how the ancient city of gold is slowly turning to dust
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Mali's ancient city is disempowered, suffering the effects of desertification and slowly disappearing. Despite this, little is being done to ensure the city has a future.
    259. Düchting, Hajo: Kandinsky
      A Revolution in Painting

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    260. Dyer, Dr. Wayne W.: Pulling Your Own Strings
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
    261. Dyer, Gwynne: Climate Wars
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      A terrifying glimpse of the none-too-distant future, when climate change will force the world#s powers into a desperate struggle for advantage and even survival.
    262. Dziadosz, Alexander: The End of Eden
      Climate change comes to the end of civilization

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the devastating environmental outlook in Iraq, where climate change has led to rising temperatures and a dramatic drop in precipitation. Further exacerbating the environmental problems are decades of mismanagement, war, and regional politics.

    E

    1. Eagleson, Janet: Nature Hikes
      Near-Toronto Trails and Adventures

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    2. Earle, Richard: Thriving in hyerchange: A study in personal stress control
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      Occasional changes, in work or personal life, are exhilarating and challenging. Past that point, rapid, unpredictable change is simply wearing and stressful.
    3. Eastman, H.C., (Commissioner): The Report of the Commission of Inquiry on the Pharmaceutical Industry.
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    4. Easton, Dossie; Liszt, Catherine A.: The Ethical Slut
      A guide to infinite sexual possibilities

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      A guide for anyone who dreams of having all the sex and love and friendship they want. Explores the skills and issues of a life beyond tradiational lifetime monogamy, from scheduling dates to handling jealousy, finding partners, resolving conflict, and raising children.
    5. Eaton, Renee: All the news that's fit to print (book review)
      Review of Deadlines and Diversity: Journalism Ethics in a Changing World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
    6. Eckersley,Peter; Toner,Alan: Adblockers and Innovative Ad Companies are Working Together to Build a More Privacy-Friendly Web
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Eckersley and Toner talk more about the coalition between tracker and ad-blocker companies that will respect a 'Do Not Track' policy.
    7. edited by Xie, Shaobo; Wang, Fengzhen: Dialogues on Cultural Studies
      Interviews with Contemporary Critics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      Thirty-three questions were asked (but not necessarily answered) of each participant, dealing with cultural studies, modernity, postmodernism, referentiality, ideology and history, post-colonialism, neo-orientalism, revolution and tragedy, intellectuals and universities, gender, Marxism, new communications technology.
    8. Editor: Charlie Hebdo And The War For Civilisation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      There is so much more that could be said about just how little passion the corporate media have for defending the right to offend. Anyone in doubt should try, as we have, to discuss their own record of failing to offend the powerful.
    9. Editor: 'Let's Bring In Our Pentagon Spokesman' - Bombing Syria
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      If you want to get close to the 'defence' establishment, you better be close to the 'defence' establishment: ideologically, sympathetically, 'patriotically'.
    10. Editors: Deranged and Deluded: The Media's Complicity In The Climate Crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In an important recent book, the Indian writer Amitav Ghosh refers to the present era of corporate-driven climate crisis as 'The Great Derangement'. For almost 12,000 years, since the last Ice Age, humanity has lived through a period of relative climate stability known as the Holocene. When Homo sapiens shifted, for the most part, from a nomadic hunter-gatherer existence to an agriculture-based life, towns and cities grew, humans went into space and the global population shot up to over seven billion people.
    11. Editors: How to Do Brick and Concrete Repairs
      Resource Type: Article
      Loose or crumbling brick mortar joints can be very expensive to have fixed, but the repair work can be done by anyone with a strong arm. Because loose or crumbling mortar lets moisture through, it can result in damage to interior walls as well as hasten the deterioration of sound mortar. For both reasons, tuckpoint as soon as weather permits when you notice damaged mortar joints.
    12. Editors: One Half-Cheer for Trump?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      June 1, 2017, Donald Trump announced that "The United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord," setting off alarm bells and outraged protests in U.S. cities and around the world. We would suggest that under present circumstances, he chose the better - well, less bad - of the existing options.
    13. Editors of Time-Life Books: Caring for Photographs
      Resource Type: Book
    14. Edwards, Betty: Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
    15. Edwards, David: Fake News About 'Fake News' - The Media Performance Pyramid
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Following Brexit and Trump, mainstream media have focused on media bias and the implications of so-called fake news. The definition of fake news can be easily generalized to all corporate media, and applied to the recent focus on fake news itself.
    16. Edwards, David: Filtering The Election
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Examining the mainstream media's role in the 2016 US election of suppressing criticisms of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic party establishment.
    17. Edwards, David: 'Inappropriate Behaviour' - Michael Fallon, Yemen, And The 'Mainstream' That Is Anything But
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A look at 'mainstream' journalism, a product of corporate conformity and a deference to power that is anything but mainstream.

    18. Edwards, David: Jousting With Toothpicks - The Case For Challenging Corporate Journalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      A critic responding to a recent alert objected to our use of the term 'corporate journalist'. In fact the meaning of 'corporate journalist' could hardly be clearer: it describes someone paid to write for a corporation.
    19. Edwards, David: What is Objective Journalism?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Despite objectivity being widely accepted as a norm in journalism, Edwards discusses how opinion and bias are still an inherent part of 'reporting the facts.'
    20. Edwards, David; Cromwell, David: 'A Load Of Tosh'– The BBC, 'Showbiz News' And State Propaganda
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      BBC News reporting on international relations, with particular reference to 2017-2018 tensions with Russia, relies heavily on state propaganda.
    21. Edwards, Gordon: Ontario Legislature Investigate Nuclear Safety
      Why Pickering Safety Systems Need to be Upgraded

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1980
    22. Edwards, Mark: The New Encyclopedia of Photography
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
    23. EFU Film: Fracking Hell
      The environmental costs of the new US gas drilling boom

      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2014
      The gas stored in the Marcellus Shale formation is the subject of desperate drilling to secure US domestic energy supplies. But the process involved - hydraulic fracturing - is the focus of a bitter dispute over environmental damage and community rights.
    24. Egan, Danielle: Lock-Up: Chastity Belts Are on the 'Incline'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      Today's belt-makers report increasing sales and lucrative spin-off accessories ranging from hypnosis tapes to 'education belts.'
    25. Ehrenberg, Rachel: Penis size does matter
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Study suggests that penis length influences attractiveness about as much as height, a trait with a well-documented influence on male reproductive success.
    26. Ehrenreich, Barbara: How we learned to stop having fun
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      We used to know how to get together and really let our hair down. Then, in the early 1600s, a mass epidemic of depression broke out - and we've been living with it ever since. Something went wrong, but what?
    27. Ehrenreich, Barbara: Smile or Die
      How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      The positive thinking industry is based on the idea that one has to think a thing or desire it to make it happen, and if one can master one's mind possibilities are infinite. The author traces the history of the cult of positive thinking from its early proponents to the motivational speakers of today.
    28. Ehrenreich, Barbara; English, Deirdre: Complaints and Disorders
      The Sexual Politics of Sickness

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    29. Ehrlich, Dr. Paul R.: The Population Bomb
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    30. Eidson, Stewart: Workers' Memorial Day: North Dakota deadliest state in US
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Tyler Erickson was a floor hand with Heller Casing in Williston, North Dakota, from 2012 until 2014. He specialised in maintaining the casing, which would be lowered into drill holes in what back then were the state’s booming oil fields. Accidents, he says, were a regular occurrence.
    31. Eilperin, Juliet: Cruise industry chafes at regulation that would help clean up Alaska's air
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The cruise ship Sapphire Princess will emit the same amount of sulphur dioxide as 13.1m cars as it takes its guests from Whittier, Alaska to Glacier Bay and eventually Vancouver.
    32. Einstein, Mara: Black Ops Advertising
      Native Ads, Content Marketing, and the Covert World of the Digital Sell

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
      Black Ops Advertising dissects this rapid rise of "sponsored content," a strategy whereby advertisers have become publishers and publishers create advertising -- all under the guise of unbiased information. Covert selling, mostly in the form of native advertising and content marketing, has so blurred the lines between editorial content and marketing message that it is next to impossible to tell real news from paid endorsements. In the 21st century, instead of telling us to buy, buy, BUY, marketers "engage" with us so that we share, share, SHARE -- the ultimate subtle sell.
    33. Eisenstein, Elizabeth: The Printing Press as an Agent of Change
      Communications & Cultural Transformation in Early-Modern Europe

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
      The effect of the advent of printing on Western culture. Two volumes.
    34. Eisenstein, Elizabeth: The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe
      Resource Type: Book
    35. Ekeland, Anders: A Fossil Fuel Exit Program
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Ekeland analyzes climate activist Hansen's climate change exit strategy and why it has not been supported or pursued by political and environmental groups.
    36. Ekeland, Anders: A Fossil Fuel Exit Program
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A complete transition away from fossil fuels is necessary within a few decades. The question is how to construct an exit strategy that will accomplish this. James Hansen has provided a starting point for a realistic climate-change exit strategy.
    37. El Sarraj, Eyad; Qouta, Samir: Disaster and Mental Health
      The Palestinian Experience

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      The continuing Israeli military occupation of Gaza is the cause of deep and widespread trauma for Palestinian children and adults.
    38. El-Farra, Dr. Mona: It's Raining Bombs and Shells
      A Doctor's Notes From Gaza

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      I’m still alive. I don’t know what this means, but I can say that most of the time I can still walk and do some work with people who need help. It all depends on my luck. And here, for people living in Gaza, luck means how close to you the bombs fall from Israel’s tanks, planes, or warships. Some hours it’s raining bombs. Americans say “It’s raining cats and dogs.” In the new Gaza idiom, we say “It’s raining bombs and shells.”
    39. El-Gingihy, Youssef: How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      The story of how the British National Health Service (NHS) has been gradually converted into a market-based healthcare system over the past 25 years. This process is accelerating under the Coalition government and the very existence of a National Health Service is in danger.
    40. Elder, Miriam: Polishing Putin: hacked emails suggest dirty tricks by Russian youth group
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Nashi runs web of online trolls and bloggers paid to praise Vladimir Putin and denigrate enemies.
    41. Elgin,Benjamin: Oil CEO Wanted University Quake Scientists Dismissed: Dean's E-Mail
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The billionaire CEO of Continental Resources told a dean at the University of Oklahoma that he wanted earthquake researchers dismissed.
    42. Eliades, Angelo: Edge Effect
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      'Edge Effect’ is a Permacultural design prinicipal which uses edge and natural patterns for best effect.
    43. Elkins, Paul (ed.): The Living Economy
      A New Economics in the Making

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
      An attempt to summarize the "new economics" for a wider audience. The new economics can be briefly described as that body of work, beginning with E.F. Schumacher, Herman Daly, and Hazel Henderson, which is critical of tradiational economic theory and seeks alternatives to the devastating impact of our current economic system on communities, individuals and the biosphere.
    44. Ellerton, Peter: How to Use Critical Thinking to Spot False Climate Claims
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      This article outlines ways to address common climate-contrarian arguments, all of which contain errors in reasoning that are independent of the science itself.
    45. Ellis, Albert: The Civilized Couple's Guide to Extra-Marital Adventure
      Resource Type: Book
    46. Ellis, Albert: The Folklore of Sex
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1961
      A collection of materials illustrating American attitudes to sex, love and marriage.
    47. Ellis, Toni; Scanlan, Tom: Make a Difference
      Student Activities for a Better Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Make a Difference is book for students in grades 6, 7 and 8. It provides educational material on a variety of environmental concerns through exercises, charts and tables, illustrations and a glossary of environmental terms. The students can evaluate their lifestyle at school, at home, in the community and learn practical ways to use our resources sensibly.
    48. Ellwood, Mark: A Complete Waste of Time
      Tales and Tips About Getting More Done

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Practical tips on time management illustrated with hilarious modern fairy tales illustrating the issues at hand.
    49. Elmi, Hamid: Rethinking Media in Conflict Zones
      How can journalists minimize safety risks whilst reporting on conflicts?

      Resource Type: Article
      Conflicts and wars are the everyday stuff of national, regional and world news. They are likely to intensify and give birth to permutations that make media coverage and analysis more difficult and complex. Journalists face professional and ethical issues as they seek out and interpret the political, economic and social environment in the throes of crisis. To what extent are they reporting the truth or half-truths? Are they concerned more with finding sob stories, grabbing headlines, than with atrocities and with correcting their mistakes? Are armed conflicts the new source of entertainment? Is it really as bad as the media make it out to be? How can journalists minimize safety risks in reporting conflicts and wars?
    50. Elton, Heather; Moon, Barbara; Obe, Don: Why are you telling me this?
      Eleven Acts of Intimate Journalism

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Eleven journalists from the Arts Journalism Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts get personal.
    51. Elwood, William: Public Relations Inquiry as Rhetoric Criticism
      Case Studies of Corporate Discourse and Social Influence

      Resource Type: Book
    52. Emanuel, W.D.: Canon Reflex Guide
      A focal camera guide

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    53. Emerson, Ralph Waldo; Thoreau, David: Nature Walking
      Resource Type: Book
      Nature Walking is a step back in history to the writings of Emerson the "father" of nature writing and Thoreau. Both men shared a profound love of the outdoors. To each nature is a source of inspiration and awe. They have the ability to remind us that nature is a part of our everyday lives "...nature is itself the enterprise and adventure of the day".
    54. Emery, E. Eugene Jr.: Media Watch: When the Media Tell Half the Story
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      Twenty-eight years after Chariots of the Gods? author Eric von Däniken brought pseudoscience to new lows by suggesting that our ancestors were too stupid to create the pyramids, Stonehenge, and other monuments without the help of space aliens, his ideas are alive and well.
    55. Emmons, Alex: ACLU Wants 23 Secret Surveillance Laws Made Public
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The ACLU has identified 23 legal opinions that contain new or significant interpretations of surveillance law -- affecting the government's use of malware, its attempts to compel technology companies to circumvent encryption, and the CIA's bulk collection of financial records under the Patriot Act -- all of which remain secret to this day, despite an ostensible push for greater transparency following Edward Snowden’s disclosures.
    56. Emmons, Alex: New York Police Have Used Stingrays Widely, New Documents Show
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The NYPD has used cell-site simulators, commonly known as Stingrays, more than 1,000 times since 2008, according to documents turned over to the New York Civil Liberties Union. The documents represent the first time the department has acknowledged using the devices.
    57. Empson, Martin: Marx and Nature: A Red and Green Perspective - Book Review
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Essential reading for ecosocialists. Paul Burkett shows that humanity's relationship to nature is central to Marx’s critique of capitalism and vision of socialism.
    58. Empson, Martin: Marxism and the Earth: A defence of the classical tradition
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A review of John Bellamy Foster and Paul Burkett, Marx and the Earth: An Anti-Critique.
    59. Empson, Martin: Marxism and the Earth: A defence of the classical tradition
      Book review of Marx and the Earth: An Anti-Critique

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Marxist analyses of the natural world have been the focus of intense debate recently, and the publication of any book that further explores what Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels thought about the subject is something to be welcomed. John Bellamy Foster and Paul Burkett have proven track records of writing some of the clearest books on the subject, and while Marx and the Earth is not a specific response to some of their recent critics, it is an important defence of Marx’s and Engels’s original work.
    60. Emspon, Martin: Why changing our diets won't save the Earth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Received wisdom says that to save the planet we have to change our eating habits. Elaine Graham-Leigh explains why the received wisdom isn't just wrong, it blames working people for a crisis they didn’t cause.
    61. Engdahl, F. William: Scientific journal retracts study exposing GM cancer risk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology appears to have violated scientific standards by withdrawing a study which found that rats fed on a Monsanto GM corn were more likely to develop cancer than controls.
    62. Engel, June: The Canadian Family Health Guide
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      Engel emphasizes preventive medicine and consumers' understanding of medical issues through consultation with the University's Faculty of Medicine.
    63. Engel, June: The Complete Canadian Health Guide
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    64. Engel, Leonard: The Sea
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    65. Engelfried, Nick: People power: how Montana stopped the biggest coal mine in North America
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Campaigners are celebrating after defeating plans to build America's largest open pit coal mine. In an epic 'David and Goliath' battle, Montana activists challenged the project, and all the politicians and businessmen that supported it, with fierce opposition, protests and demonstrations. The outcome spells hope for all in the fight against dirty energy.
    66. Engelhardt, Tom: Data Mining You
      How the Intelligence Community Is Creating a New American World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Joseph K., that icon of single-lettered anonymity from Franz Kafka’s novel The Trial, would undoubtedly have felt right at home in Washington.
    67. Engelhardt, tom: Defining an American State of War
      Nine War Words That Define Our World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Nine common terms associated with our present wars that probably don't mean what you think they mean.
    68. Engelhardt, Tom: Winners and Losers in Our New Media Moment
      Donald Trump, Mass Shootings With an Islamic Terrorist Flavor, and the Rise of the "Spectaculection"

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Sometimes what matters most takes up every inch of space in the room and somehow we still don’t see it. That’s how I feel about our present media moment.
    69. Engels, Friedrich: The British Labour Movement
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1940
    70. Engler, Gary: The Devil Capitalism Makes Us Destroy Our Planet
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Capitalism is asking us to choose between jobs and the future livability of our planet. Capitalism tells us it makes sense to flood some of the best food growing land in B.C. and build a dam to provide electricity for Alberta's tar sands; capitalism says build more pipelines across B.C. and allow hundreds more oil tankers every year to sail through pristine waters; capitalism doesn’t care that more carbon extraction will guarantee our planet is cooked.
    71. Engler, Yves: Anti-Palestine Media Bias Remains Untouchable Even to Canada’s Media Critics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A recent Canadaland podcast simultaneously highlighted anti-Palestinian media bias and the fear liberal journalists’ face in discussing one of the foremost social justice issues of our time.
    72. Engler, Yves: Globe and Mail promotes Controversial Mining Magnate
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      How close is too close when it comes to media outlets working with institutions set up by wealthy individuals to influence the news? The question becomes important to ask when Canada's "national newspaper" promotes a worldview paid for by one of the planet's most controversial mining magnates. The Globe and Mail's close ties to the Munk Debates and University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs should worry journalists and everyone who cares about foreign policy discussion in this country.
    73. Ensworth, Alison: Seeking the spotlight: how to gain media attention for your business
      Resource Type: Article
      Win enough positive attention from the public eye and your business will have a better chance of succeeding.
    74. Epel, Naomi: The Observation Deck
      Resource Type: File Cards
      Published: 1998
      A deck of cards and accompanying book designed to stimulate authors.
    75. Epperley, Elizabeth Rollins: Imagining Anne
      The Island Scrapbooks of L. M. Montgomery

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
    76. Eric, Sommer: The World Center of Hacking is in Washington, Not Moscow or Beijing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Documents from the U.S. NSA (National Security Agency) unveiled by Edward Snowden show that whole countries, not just a number of sensitive computers, have been hacked by the NSA.
    77. Erichsen, Casper W.: Skullduggery and necrophilia in colonial Namibia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
    78. Erickson, Jon: World Out of Balance
      Our Polluted Planet

      Resource Type: Book
      The author gives a history of environmental damage and describes present and future solutions. The book is aimed at the general reader.
    79. Erikson, Erik H.: The Challenge of Youth
      Resource Type: Book
    80. Erikson, Erik H.: Childhood and Society
      Resource Type: Book
    81. Ernesto, Chris: US Announces Support of Neo-Nazis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Pentagon officials confirmed last week that US troops will deploy to Ukraine in the spring to help build the Ukrainian National Guard. In addition to sending US troops, Washington has already sent heavy military equipment and has earmarked $19 million for Ukrainian forces. The Ukrainian National Guard includes the Azov Battalion, a pronounced neo-Nazi group that has reportedly been involved in the recent violence in Ukraine.
    82. Escher M.C.: M.C. Escher: The Graphic Work
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    83. Eudes, Yves: The journalists who never sleep
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Automated 'robot writers' could soon be personalising daily data feed.
    84. Evans, Robert G.; Barer, Morris L.; Stoddart, Greg L.: Charging Peter to Pay Paul
      Accounting for the Financial Effects of User Charges

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
    85. Evans, Robert G.; Barer, Morris L.; Stoddart, Greg L.; Bhatia, Vandna: It's Not the Money, It's the Principle
      Why User Charges for Some Services and Not Others?

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    86. Evans, Robert G.; Barer, Morrsi L.; Stoddart, Greg L.; Bhatia, Vandna: Who Are the Zombie Masters and What Do They Want?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1994
    87. Everett, Susanne: Lost Berlin
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
    88. Ewing, William A.: The Body
      Photographs of the Human Form

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    89. Eyles, Nick: Ontario Rocks
      Three Billion Years of Environmental Change

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      A three-billion-year story of Ontario's geological evolution.
    90. Ezell Ware , Brig: By Duty Bound : Survival and Redemption in Vietnam
      Resource Type: Book

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    1. Fadope, Cece: Journalists and civil society must join forces to engage the public with health news
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A call for journalists to reach out to a broader audience and "team up" with civil society in orer to force attention onto topics that matter. "Exploring ideas that move the audience to think and act."
    2. Faguy, Steve: How local is your local TV newscast?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
    3. Fairbourne, Lucy: Male Chastity: A Guide for Keyholders
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      An introduction to male chastity.
    4. Fairfield, George (ed.): Ashbridge's Bay
      An Anthology of Writings by Those Who Knew and Loved Ashbridge's Bay

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      The story of a great freshwater marsh destroyed by urbanization.
    5. Fairlie, Simon: Meat: A Benign Extravagance
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      An exploration of the difficult environmental and ethical issues that surround the human consumption of animal flesh.
    6. Fang, Lee: As Turkey Bombed Anti-ISIS Fighters, It Hired Lobbying Firm Tied to 2016 Candidates
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      On July 24, 2015, Turkey launched a massive military campaign that included sweeping attacks against Kurdish forces as well as minor strikes on Islamic State positions south of Turkey’s border. Just five days later, the Turkish government inked a contract to hire a team of prominent lobbyists to add to its already formidable army of influence-peddlers in Washington.
    7. Fang, Lee: Fracking Firm Encourages Industry to Imitate Taco Bell's Twitter Strategy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Oil and gas companies are steadily increasing their footprint on social media, hiring specialized public relations firms and developing "visual shorthand" infographics that can be shared easily on Facebook and Twitter.
    8. Fang, Lee: Gun Industry Executives Say Mass Shootings Are Good for Business
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Behind closed doors, speaking with investors and Wall Street analysts, the gun industry views mass shootings as an opportunity to make lots of money.
    9. Fang, Lee; Jilani, Zaid: Defense Contractors Cite "Benefits" of Escalating Conflicts in the Middle East
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Major defense contractors Raytheon, Oshkosh, and Lockheed Martin assured investors at a Credit Suisse conference in West Palm Beach this week that they stand to gain from the escalating conflicts in the Middle East.
    10. Fantina, Robert: Bias in the Media: the Result of Corporate Ownership
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      There may still be, perhaps in the quiet countryside somewhere, people who believe that news programs present news. It is unlikely that this is true; rather, those who rely on the corporate-owned press for information probably enjoy finding sources that support what they want to hear. And, if they are unsure of just what it is that they want to hear, their 'trusted' source will tell them.
    11. Farand, Chloe: Extinction Rebellion: From the UK to Ghana and the US, Climate Activists Take Civil Disobedience World-Wide
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the Extinction Rebellion, an international movement that calls for peaceful mass economic disruption around the world in order to bring awareness to the growing environmental crisis.
    12. Farber, Jerry: Student as Nigger
      Resource Type: Book
    13. Farragher, Elaine: Elaine Farragher's Website
      The Art of Elaine Farragher

      Resource Type: Website
      Published: 2008
    14. Farrell, Warren: The Liberated Man
      Beyond Masculinity: Freeing Men and Their Relationship with Women

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
      Farrell explores the problems that men face and suggests new approaches to better male-female relationships.
    15. Faust, Lena: The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Implications for Canadian Public Health
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
    16. Featherstone, Steve: Human quicksand for the U.S. Army, a crash course in cultural studies
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      “Culture” has become the latest buzzword in military circles—in the Pentagon’s 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review, “cultural awareness” is placed on a par with “kinetic effects,” i.e., those produced by bullets and bombs, as tools for winning “this long war.” The Human Terrain Teams are the vanguard in amassing this arsenal of awareness. Their mission is to learn something, finally, about the people whom the U.S. military has committed itself to defend or to kill.
    17. Federman, Adam: How Corporations and Law Enforcement Are Spying on Environmentalists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      In August 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Domestic Terrorism Analysis Unit distributed an intelligence bulletin to all field offices warning that environmental extremism would likely become an increasing threat to the energy industry. The eight-page document argued that, even though the industry had encountered only low-level vandalism and trespassing, recent "criminal incidents" suggested that environmental extremism was on the rise.
    18. Federman, Adam: Undercover Agents Infiltrated Tar Sands Resistance Camp to Break Up Planned Protest
      TransCanada and Department of Homeland Security Keep Close Eye on Activists, FOIA Documents Reveal

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Law enforcement officials and TransCanad had been spying on a Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance training camp and were able to block some activists who had planned to block the gates at the company’s strategic oil reserves.
    19. Fee, Margery and McAlpine, Janice: Guide To Canadian English Usage
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
    20. Feeley, Dianne: Destroying Detroit Schools
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The Detroit Public School system has been under state control for 15 years, the last decade under the direction of a series of Emergency Managers. The result has been a staggering debt, now more than half a billion dollars, with a 50% decline in the number of students served. More students attend charter schools than the public system, but as there is no oversight over charters, poorly run schools continue year after year.
    21. Feeley, Dianne: The People vs. Big Oil
      Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money, and the Remaking of an American City

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Book review of Steve Early's Refinery Town: Big Oil, Big Money, and the Remaking of an American City.
    22. Feeley, Dianne: Reproductive Justice in an Age of Austerity
      Book review

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Reviews of two books about reproductive rights.
    23. Feeley, Dianne and Finkel, David: Destroying Detroit Schools
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The Detroit Public School system (DPS) has been under state control for 15 years, the last decade under the direction of a series of Emergency Managers.
    24. Fehrer, Tim: Don't Agonize, Organize
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
    25. Feininger, Andreas: The Complete Photographer
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
    26. Feininger, Andreas: New York
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1964
    27. Feininger, Andreas: Die Sprache Der Natur
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1966
    28. Fenske, Lynn: HotLink Resouce Shelf: In the News
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      Review of a book on media relations in Canada.
    29. Fenske, Lynn: HotLink Resource Shelf #27 - The Art of the Handwritten Note
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      Review of a book about handwritten notes.
    30. Fenske, Lynn: HotLink Resource Shelf #30
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Start by accepting the fact that the media moves faster than you do, so be prepared. Always.
    31. Fenske, Lynn: HotLink Resource Shelf: The Art of Cause Marketing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      Review of a book on how to use advertising to change personal behaviour and public policy.
    32. Fenske, Lynn: New on the Bookshelf
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Reviews of recent books on publicity and media relations.
    33. Fenske, Lynn: On the bookshelf - Sources 50
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
    34. Ferguson , Sherry: Communication Planning
      Resource Type: Book
    35. Ferguson , Sherry: Mastering the Public Opinion Challenge
      Resource Type: Book
    36. Ferriss, Timothy: The 4-Hour WorkWeek
      Resource Type: Book
    37. Fick, Maggie: Saving past is first step to the future
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The archives of southern Sudan are all currently housed in a tent donated by USAid. Many documents have been damaged due to the poor storage facilities. The Rift Valley Institute, a non-profit research group and scholars from Oxford plan to digitize and find a permanent home for the collection in the near future.
    38. Fielding, Nick; Cobain, Ian; Rushe, Dominic: US military taps 'sock puppets'
      Fake personas on social websites to manipulate and influence opinion

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      A new $2.76 million dollar 'counter-terrorism' initiative to create a pro-America online presence using fake online personas is underway. These interventions will not be conducted in English or on American sites, but will be Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and Pashtu speaking "sock-puppets".
    39. Fillmore, Cathleen: The Six Figure Speaker
      Formula for a Six-Figure Income as a Professional Speaker

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      A guide for professional speakers with strategies for success.
    40. Fillmore, Cathleen; Sweeney, Susan: Going for Gold
      A Complete Marketing Strategy for Speakers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    41. Fillmore, Nick: The big robo-calling question: will anyone go to jail?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Good investigative journalism could break this affair wide open, but will the owners of the Harper-friendly corporate media allow their journalists to go beyond normal reporting and do the hard work necessary to get to the very bottom of this dark story?
    42. Fillmore, Nick: Don't weep for censoring, right-wing Postmedia newspapers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Another 90 dedicated journalists in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa lost their jobs Tuesday as cutthroat Publisher Paul Godfrey slashed away again in an effort to turn Postmedia into a profit-making business. In a bizarre move, two competing papers will continue to be separate entities, but there will be one set of editors and most journalists will be shared.
    43. Fillmore, Nick: Here's why papers don't deserve support; money should go to committed Internet sites
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Governement funding should not go toward propping up mainstream print media, but rather towards access to information in communities where it is currently lacking.
    44. Fillmore, Nick: How should we remember Ralph Klein?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Ralph Klein was one of Canada's most aggressive neo-liberals. Klein's true legacy is a string of anti-social policies and programs.
    45. Fillmore, Nick: Ineffective 350.org divestment campaign should give way to direct corporate actions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      While 350.org runs a number of important campaigns, such as "Resist Trump's Climate Agenda" , there are serious questions about whether divestment campaigning is effective or whether it should be replaced by direct action campaigning.
    46. Fillmore, Nick: Just winning next election not enough for Liberals or NDP
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      if there is a new government, it will come to power with the extreme right wing more entrenched than ever before.... Aggressive organizations are determined to maintain policies that tend to reward the rich and penalize the rest of us.
    47. Fillmore, Nick: MEDIA IN CRISIS - 1: Why feds should step in to help democracy's watchdogs
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A flourishing, capable news media is the oxygen of democracy. In Canada, our traditional oxygen-providers, the mainstream corporate-owned newspapers, are dying. We need to come up with something better to serve our communities.
    48. Fillmore, Nick: MEDIA IN CRISIS - 2: Citizens, government need to plan now to have quality media in future
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Canada's mainstream media are in a state of incipient meltdown. They no longer deliver the volume or quality of news that Canadians need to be informed about important happenings in their communities, let alone to participate in a healthy democratic process.
    49. Fillmore, Nick: Today's media language a little too much like 1984's Newspeak
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Canada is not Orwell's imaginary society where peoples' every thoughts and ideas are controlled by The Party, but our own powerful elite has pushed our media closer to censorship and a propaganda-feeding machine than I ever imagined possible.
    50. Fillmore, Nick: 'Upstanding Citizens' Escape Justice in Tory 'In-and-Out' Scandal
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The "In-and-Out" Scandal: Case should have proceeded against 'Upstanding citizens'.
      This is a story about illegal activities, deceit and lying involving an overzealous group of Canadians who seemed prepared to do just about anything to accomplish their mission – win a federal election.
    51. Fillmore, Nick: Why are our environmental groups supporting weak climate targets?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The federal government's recently announced that all Canadian jurisdictions must adopt a carbon pricing scheme by 2018 with a minimum price of $10 per tonne. The price must rise to reach $50 per tonne by 2022. The goal of reducing emissions by 30 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030 will not get Canada anywhere close to its promises to the United Nations. Canadians probably believe that our major environmental groups are busy lobbying and pushing the federal and provincial governments to do much more. But no, this is not the case.
    52. Finch, Robert: The Norton Book of Nature Writing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    53. Finch, Ron: Exporting Danger
      A History of the Canadian Nuclear Energy Export Program

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    54. Fincher, Jack: The Brain
      Mystery of Matter and Mind

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
    55. Finkelstein, Norman G: The New York Times' Second Assassination of Razan at-Najjar
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      On 1 June 2018, an Israeli assassin poised along "the largest concentration camp ever to exist" killed 20-year-old paramedic Razan al-Najjar. On 7 June 2018, the New York Times assassinated her a second time. It surely does not surprise that the Times provides yeoman’s service for Israeli hasbara.
    56. Finley, Klint: Where the free software movement went wong-and how to fix it.
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Finley discusses the differences between Free Software and OpenSource software from a political perspective.
    57. Fiore, Andrew (director): 10 City Blocks
      Survival Sex Trade in the Downtown East Side

      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2011
      For women working the sex trade in Vancouver's notorious downtown east side, a "bad date", has nothing to do with awkward conversation or a lack of chemistry. Living in a world that most of us know little about, six survival sex trade workers share their struggles with addiction, mental and physical health concerns, and the fear of violent assault, through gritty and often shocking, candid interviews.
    58. Fishbein, Morris: The Handy Home Medical Advisor
      Resource Type: Book
    59. Fishman, Andrew: Overwhelmed NSA Surprised to Discover Its Own Surveillance "Goldmine" on Venezuela's Oil Executives
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A top-secret National Security Agency document, dated 2011, describes how, by "sheer luck," an analyst was able to access the communications of top officials of Venezuela's state-owned oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela.
    60. Fishman, Andrew; Greenwald, Glenn: Spies Hacked Computers Thanks to Sweeping Secret Warrants, Aggressively Stretching U.K. Law
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      British spies have received government permission to intensively study software programs for ways to infiltrate and take control of computers. The GCHQ spy agency was vulnerable to legal action for the hacking efforts, known as "reverse engineering," since such activity could have violated copyright law. But GCHQ sought and obtained a legally questionable warrant from the Foreign Secretary in an attempt to immunize itself from legal liability.
    61. Fishman, Andrew; Marquis-Boire, Morgan: Popular Security Software Came Under Relentless NSA and GCHQ Attacks
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The National Security Agency and its British counterpart, Government Communications Headquarters, have worked to subvert anti-virus and other security software in order to track users and infiltrate networks, according to documents from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
    62. Fisk, Milton: Health Care Reform or Ruin?
      Against The Current vol. 160

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Far from laying the health care debate to rest, the Supreme Court decision on Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) put life back into it. Calling the individual health insurance mandate a “tax” aroused anger on the right, but the court’s ruling on federal Medicaid money is what really puts a new dimension into the fight.
    63. Fisk, Robert: After Middle Eastern Wars End, the Medical Wars Begin
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      What are the wars doing to the health care infrastructure?
    64. Fisk, Robert: Inside The Scorpion
      A Journalist's Ordeal in Egypt's Most Notorious Prison

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The story of journalist Mohamed Fahmy's experiences during their two-year confinement in an Egyptian prison.
    65. Fisk, Robert: Playing Right Into ISIS's Hands
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Now that we're all supposedly involved in the world battle against the worst enemy since Hitler - not climate change, of course, but Isis - it's time to understand just how the forces of law, order and security, who are supposed to protect us, can do more to recruit European Muslims to the Islamist cause than all the Isis videos combined.
    66. Fisk, Robert: Will We Ever See Al Jazeera's Investigation Into the Israel Lobby?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      So when am I going to be able to watch Al Jazeera's hard-hitting investigation into Israel’s powerful lobby in the United States? Remember Al Jazeera? The tough, no-holds-barred Middle East satellite channel that transformed Qatar into a media empire whose reports frightened dictators and infuriated potentates and presidents alike? Why, George W Bush once wanted to bomb its headquarters in Doha – so it must have been doing something right. It even has an office in Jerusalem.
    67. Fite, Katie: Toxic Range: the BLM's Growing Chemical Addiction
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      BLM is escalating herbicide use on public lands. A primary agency excuse for forsaking sage-grouse ESA protection is the pipe dream that new habitat will be created through radical deforestation, and that fuelbreaks will stop fires.
    68. Fitts, Alexis; Pring, Nicola: Are we journalists first?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Authors address a longstanding debate about whether and when a reporter can intervene in a story. Real accounts are provided as examples.
    69. Fitz, Don: The birth of the Cuban polyclinic
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      During the 1960s, Cuban medicine experienced changes as tumultuous as the civil rights and antiwar protests in the United States. While activists, workers, and students in western Europe and the United States confronted existing institutions of capitalism and imperialism, Cuba faced the even greater challenge of building a new society.
    70. Fitzharris, Tim: Forests
      A Journey in North America's Vanishing Wilderness

      Resource Type: Book
    71. Flannery, Tim: Climate crisis: seaweed, coffee and cement could save the planet
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Greenhouse gas levels are on track to exceed the worst-case scenario. But, as world leaders meet in Paris for the UN climate summit this month, Tim Flannery argues that there are still realistic grounds for hope.
    72. Flegg, Erin: First Nations' anti-Keystone XL alliance years in making
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Indigenous organizers say Reject and Protect gathering in DC marked the culmination of years spent building solidarity across nations and across borders, and that more will be on the way.
    73. Fleigner, Jim: Which is more important - what to sell or where to sell it?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Recent research sought to determine which variable determined the greatest circulation results: frequency, zip code, or offer price.
    74. Flenady, Liam: Fred Magdoff and John Bellamy Foster: A 'realistic' answer to the ecological crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Resolving the ecological crisis is incompatible with capitalism. We must build a movement that works against capitalist logic with the aim to overcoming it in favour of a properly sustainable and egalitarian form of society.
    75. Fleras, Augie; Kuhz, Jean Lock: Media and Minorities
      Representing Diversity in a Multicultral Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      An examination of the politics of media minority relations in a multicultural Canada.
    76. Fletcher, Ron: The Humber
      Tales of a Canadian Heritage River

      Resource Type: Book
    77. Fletcher, Ron: Over the Don
      Resource Type: Book
    78. Flinders, Tim: Divine wilderness: John Muir's spiritual and political journey
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      For John Muir, founder of America's national parks, immersion in nature was a blessing providing direct communion with divinity,and the cause of a spiritual awakening that inspired his life's work: to preserve wilderness and communicate the beauty, wonder and fragility of nature, sharing widely the source of his own enlightenment.
    79. Flood, Alison: Challengers vow to publish Anne Frank diaries as foundation moves to keep control of copyright
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Charity that guards world-renowned account of a Jewish girl's life in hiding from the Nazis says copyright - which some argue ends this year - extends from father's death.
    80. Floyd, Chris: The Age of Hell
      Entrenching Murder as the American Way

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The Washington Post has just laid out, in horrifying, soul-slaughtering detail, the Obama Administration’s ongoing effort to expand, entrench and “codify” the practice of murder and terrorism by the United States government. The avowed, deliberate intent of these sinister machinations is to embed the use of death squads and drone terror attacks into the policy apparatus of future administrations, so that the killing of human beings outside all pretense of legal process will go on, year after year after year, even when the Nobel Peace Laureate has left office.
    81. Floyd, Chris: Truth in Chains
      The Arrest of Julian Assange

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Tell a truth that discomforts power, that challenges its domination over our lives, our discourse, our very thoughts, and you will be destroyed. No institution, public or private, will stand with you; the most powerful entities, public and private, will be arrayed against you, backed up by overwhelming violent force. This is where we are now. This is what we are now.
    82. Flynn , Nancy: The $100,000 Writer
      Resource Type: Book
    83. Fontaine, Theodore: Broken Circle
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2011
      A two-part excerpt from Theodore Fontaine's book Broken Circle, a memoir of surviving the Fort Alexander Indian Residential School in Manitoba -- and pursuing his own path to healing.
    84. Food & Water Watch: The So-Called Scientific "Consensus": Why the Debate on GMO Safety is Not Over
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Biotechnology seed companies, aided by advocates from academia and the blogopsphere, are using their substantial resources to broadcast the myth of a "scientific consensus" on the safety of GMOs, asserting that the data is in and the debate is over. The public relations campaign, helped along by industry groups, has caught the attention of some of the most visible news outlets in the country, with biotech advocates portraying GMO critics as akin to climate change deniers, out of step with science.
    85. Foot, Paul; art work by Miff Phillips: Sins of the fathers: the end of an educational experiment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1968
      Traces the progressive social experiment that took place due to headmaster Robert Mackenzie's influence on Braehead Secondary School in in Scotland.
    86. Foran, John: Essential reading on the Paris climate agreement
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      An annotated guide to thirty-four of the best articles on the COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change published in the immediate aftermath of the agreement.
    87. Foran, John: The Insanity of the COP: We Must Adopt a Different Vision
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
    88. Ford, Nick: Authoritarianism Means Never Having to Apologize Over Spilled Milk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      In Virginia a middle school student named Ryan Turk was arrested and then suspended from school for allegedly stealing a $0.65 carton of milk. Officials claim that the student tried to conceal the carton of milk and are also charging him with larceny. But there’s a problem: Ryan Turk is on the free lunches program.
    89. Foreman, Dave; Haywood, Bill: Ecodefense
      A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching. Second Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    90. Forest, Barbara: Co-Creative Healing Relationship
      Unit 4 Training Manual

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
    91. Forest, Barbara: Foundation Skills
      Unit 1 Training Manual

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
    92. Forest, Barbara: New Life Patterns
      Unit 3 Training Manual

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
    93. Forest, Barbara: Transformation and Wholeness
      Unit 2 Training Manual

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
    94. Forni, P.M.: Keep It Down (and Rediscover Silence)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
    95. Forrest, Edward: Internet Marketing Intelligence
      Research Tools, Techniques, and Resources

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      How to use the Internet for market research.
    96. Forsyth, Adrian: A Natural History of Sex
      The Ecology and Evolution of Mating Behavior

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Biologist, Forsyth explores the diverse and often bizarre sexual behaviour of plants, animals, and humans.
    97. Forte, Maximillian C.: A War on Wikileaks?
      Unhinged at the US State Department and Pentagon

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      If the state fails to make any sense - not surprising - it is because it is has no intention of doing so. The state is appealing to something more visceral with all of this posturing: fear. It wants to strike fear into the minds and bodies of people working with Wikileaks, or anyone else doing such work, and anyone contemplating leaking any classified records. Fear is its greatest weapon of psychological destruction, with proven success at home. The outcome the state hopes for is greater self-censorship and greater self-monitoring.
    98. Forward, Dr. Susan; Buck, Craig: Toxic Parents
      Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and Reclaiming Your Life

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    99. Foster , John: Effective Writing Skills for Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    100. Foster, John: The Ecological Revolution
      Making Peace with the Planet

      Resource Type: Book
      Argues that the roots of the present ecological crisis lie in capital's rapacious expansion, which has now achieved unprecedented heights of irrationality across the globe.
    101. Foster, John Bellamy: Ecology Against Capitalism
      Resource Type: Book
      Deals with such issues as pollution, sustainable development, technological responses to environmental crisis, population growth, soil fertility, the preservation of ancient forests, and the "new economy" of the Internet age.
    102. Foster, John Bellamy: The long ecological revolution
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Up until the rise of the ecological movement in the late twentieth century, the conquest of nature was a universal trope, often equated with progress under capitalism (and sometimes socialism). To be sure, the notion, as utilized in science, was a complex one. As Francis Bacon, the idea's leading early proponent, put it, "nature is only overcome by obeying her." Only by following nature's laws, therefore, was it possible to conquer her.
    103. Foster, John Bellamy: Marxism and Ecology: Common Fonts of a Great Transition
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Socialist thought is re-emerging at the forefront of the movement for global ecological and social change.
    104. Foster, John Bellamy: Marx's Ecology
      Materialism and Nature

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      This account overturns conventional interpretations of Marx. Marx, it is often assumed, cared only about industrial growth and the development of economic forces. John Bellamy Foster examines Marx's neglected writings on capitalist agriculture and soil ecology, philosophical naturalism, and evolutionary theory. He shows that Marx, known as a powerful critic of capitalist society, was also deeply concerned with the changing human relationship to nature.
    105. Foster, John Bellamy: The Vulnerable Planet
      A Short Economic History of the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Has won respect as the best single-volume introduction to the global environmental crisis.
    106. Foster, John Bellamy: We Need a Much Bigger Leap! John Bellamy Foster on Naomi Klein's 'No Is Not Enough'
      Book review

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      There is much to admire in Naomi Klein's new book, but she underestimates the danger posed by Trumpism, and doesn't pose a real alternative. She calls for a Leap, but it isn't high enough or far enough.
    107. Foster, John Bellamy; Clark, Brett: Marxism and the Dialectics of Ecology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The recovery of the ecological-materialist foundations of Karl Marx’s thought, as embodied in his theory of metabolic rift, is redefining both Marxism and ecology in our time, reintegrating the critique of capital with critical natural science. Marx's materialist conception of history is inextricably connected to the materialist conception of nature, encompassing not only the critique of political economy, but also the critical appropriation of the natural-scientific revolutions occurring in his day.
    108. Foster, John Bellamy; McChesney, Robert W.: Surveillance Capitalism
      Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A massive corporate sales effort and military-industrial complex constituted the two main surplus-absorption mechanisms in the U.S. economy in the first quarter-century after the Second World War, followed by financialization after the crisis of the 1970s. Each of these means of surplus absorption were to add impetus in different ways to the communications revolution, and each necessitated new forms of surveillance and control. The result was a universalization of surveillance, associated with all three areas.
    109. Foster, Marion; Murray, Kent: A Not So Gay World
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      A survey of "what it is like to be a homosexual in Canada."
    110. Foucart, Stephane: A race for land is destroying the Guatemalan rainforest
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Agriculture is quickly decimating Guatemala's primal forests> It has experience the most rapid deforestatation of any nation in the last five years.
    111. Foucault, Michel: The History of Sexuality
      Volume I: Introduction

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1980
    112. Fox, Claire: Censorship is the Wrong Way to Combat the British National Party
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The illiberal obsession with silencing Nick Griffin and the British National Party in the run up to elections has won the party undeserved publicity, says Claire Fox
    113. Fox, Josh: Gasland
      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2010
      Today, communities in the United States are being more and more affected by natural gas drilling and, specifically, hydraulic fracturing.
    114. Fox, Michael: The Globalization of Garbage: Following the Trail of Toxic Trash
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Despite a near universal international ban on exporting toxic or hazardous material, most of electronic waste from the United States ends up in China, India, Vietnam, or in African countries like Ghana, and Nigeria.
    115. Fox, W. Sherwood: The Bruce Beckons
      Revised and enlarged edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1962
    116. Francois, Camille: The cyber arms race
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A look at cyber warfare between nations, a militarisation of cyberspace that is advancing far faster than the creation of positive peace keeping mechanisms.
    117. Frank, Joshua: Hanford's Leaky Nuke Tanks and Sick Workers, A Never-Ending Saga
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      It's been a toxic few weeks at the Hanford nuclear reservation in Eastern Washington. Not that this is exactly news -- Hanford is the most radioactive site in North America and is thereby always toxic. But what is news is how dangerous and negligent the remediation efforts at Hanford continue to be.
    118. Frank, Joshua; St. Clair, Jeffrey: Targeting Earth First!
      Dave Foreman and the First Greenscare Case

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The war on environmentalism.
    119. Frank, Thomas: Bright Frenetic Mills
      Easy Chair

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Chronicling the decline of the print media industry and the rise of market driven online content mills, the author speculates about professional standards in journalism and how they might have a hope of being upheld.
    120. Frankfurt, Harry G.: On Bullshit
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    121. Fraser, Mathew: Free-For-All
      The Struggle For Dominance On The Digital Frontier

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
      Fraser analyzes the aspects of the television business such as the failure of regulation, the attempt to create a national TV culture, digital revolution and the effect on consumers.
    122. Freedland, Jonathan: From Google downwards, our digital masters must be watched
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Commentary on how the wielders of power who scrutinize our actions should be held in check, in the same way as politicians.
    123. Freedman, Des: The Contradictions of Media Power
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      Combining an evaluation of both previous literature and new research, the book seeks to establish an understanding of media power which does justice to the complexities and contradictions of the contemporary social world.
    124. Freedman, Des: Corbyn and confronting media power
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Corbyn may be right not to respect a media establishment that has shown little signs of respecting him but he urgently needs a strategy with which to confront it.
    125. Freeman, E.B.: Geological Highway Map, Southern Ontario
      Ontario Geological Survey, Map 2418

      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 1978
    126. Freeman, Gillian: The Undergrowth of Literature
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
      A sympathetic journey through the tangled undergrowth of literature.
    127. French, David: The Tragic Transgender Contagion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Anguished parents note that entire peer groups seem determined to 'transition' together.
    128. Frey, Chris: Revealed: how facial recognition has invaded shops – and your privacy
      New in store: facial recognition devices

      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2016
      Retailers are using ever more sophisticated software to watch how consumers shop.
    129. Friday, Nancy: Men in Love
      Men's Sexual Fantasies: The Triumph of Love Over Rage

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
      Friday examines men's sexual fantasies.
    130. Friday, Nancy: My Secret Garden
      Resource Type: Book
    131. Friedenberg, Edgar Z.: The Vanishing Adolescent
      Resource Type: Book
    132. Friedland, Martin L.: The University of Toronto
      A History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    133. Friedman, Ann: Gawker's so far successful experiment in making office chat public
      Are group chat rooms a waste of time or essential to running a modern newsroom?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Article describing the events that led up to the creation of a space, called Disputations, where journalists and other newsroom members can share their opinions (often on unimportant topics).
    134. Friedman, David M.: A Mind of its Own
      A Cultural Historyt of the Penis

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
    135. Frizot, Michel: Neue Geschichte der Photographie
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
    136. Fromm, Erich: Psychoanalysis and Religion
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
      Fromm challenges the argument that religion and psychoanalysis are necessarily in conflict. He argues that both should be concerned with the search for higher spiritual goals and their attainmentment within society.
    137. Froomkin, Dan: Only Edward Snowden Can Save James Bond
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Bond is doomed because early in the movie Spectre, the otherwise benevolent Q, muttering something about nanotechnology and microchips, injects him with "smart blood."
    138. Froomkin, Dan: Q&A: On the Untouchable 'Lords of Secrecy'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Horton, a lawyer, journalist and human rights advocate, makes the case in his book, Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America's Stealth Foreign Policy, that because the public is allowed to know so little, it has effectively been cut out of national security decisionmaking.
    139. Froomkin, Dan: Torture If You Must, But Do Not Under Any Circumstances Call the New York Times
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Monday’s guilty verdict in the trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling on espionage charges -- for talking to a newspaper reporter -- is the latest milepost on the dark and dismal path Barack Obama has traveled since his inaugural promises to usher in a "new era of openness."
    140. Froomkin, Dan: U.N. Report Asserts Encryption as a Human Right in the Digital Age
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Encryption is not the refuge of scoundrels, as Obama administration law-enforcement officials loudly proclaim – it is an essential tool needed to protect the right of freedom of opinion and expression in the digital age, a new United Nations report concludes.
    141. Froomkin, Dan: Very Mention of Snowden's Name Makes Prosecutors Tremble
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has become such a powerful symbol of government overreach that federal prosecutors in a terror case in Chicago are asking the judge to forbid defense attorneys from even mentioning his name during trial, for fear that it would lead the jury to disregard their evidence.
    142. Froomkin, Dan; Vargas-Cooper, Natasha: The FBI Director's Evidence Against Encryption Is Pathetic
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      FBI Director James Comey gave a speech Thursday about how cell-phone encryption could lead law enforcement to a “very dark place” where it “misses out” on crucial evidence to nail criminals. To make his case, he cited four real-life examples — examples that would be laughable if they weren’t so tragic.
    143. Froomkin,Dan: The Computers are Listening
      How the NSA Converts Spoken Words Into Searchable Text

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Top-secret documents from the archive of Edward Snowden show the National Security Agency can now automatically recognize the content within phone calls by creating rough transcripts and phonetic representations that can be easily searched and stored.
    144. Fuentes, Federico: Bolivian reality versus the 'extractivism' debate
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Some left critics of progressive governments in South America point to differences between 'pro-extractivists' and 'anti-extractivists.' Federico Fuentes says that framework hinders real understanding of the issues.
    145. Fuher, Lili; Fatheuer, Thomas; Unmusig, Barbara: Green transformation is a political project, not an economic one
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      There is a need for public policy in order for green initiatives to be tangiblem in-depth projects.
    146. Fulford, Robert: The anti-racism boom
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Racism is dangerous and harmful, but attempts to pass rules against it can sometimes do more harm than good.
    147. Fulton, Deirdre: Energy Revolution Is Possible... And It Would Only Take 782 Rich People To Pay For It
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Fewer than 800 of the world's wealthiest people could power half the world with 100 percent renewable energy within 15 years, report says.
    148. Fulton, Deirdre: Monsanto Crops Pushing Monarch Butterfly to Verge of Extinction
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Herbicide-resistant genetically modified crops have brought the iconic monarch butterfly to the brink of extinction, according to a new report by the Center for Food Safety.
    149. Fulton, Deirdre: TransCanada Whistleblower Spurs New Probe of Pipeline Giant's Safety Record
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Based on evidence provided by a whistleblower, Canada's National Energy Board (NEB) is investigating pipeline giant TransCanada for safety-code violations.
    150. Fulton, Deirdre: 'Yes, I Lied': Vindicating Villagers, Star Chevron Witness Busted for Perjury
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Chevron has taken the people of Ecuador and the U.S. court system on a ride, full of lies, deliberate delay, and obstruction of justice, says Amazon Watch.

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    1. Gadzo, Mersiha: Gaza power cuts: When fuel runs out, 'babies will die'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Gaza's doctors fear inevitable patient deaths if fuel reserves are depleted by end of June.
    2. Gage, Suzann (illustrations): A New View of a Woman's Body
      A Fully Illustrated Guide by the Federation of Feminist Women's Health Centers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
    3. Gagnon, Mokia Kin: Other Conundrums
      Race, Culture, and Canadian Art

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      A collection of essays on Canadian art.
    4. Gain, Klaire: Fighting for Their Water and Their Lives, Communities Take Direct Action Against Barrick Gold in the Dominican Republic
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      People who live near the Pueblo Viejo gold mine iin Dominican Republic struggle to gain accountabilty from the Canadian-owned companies running it. Their environment has been poisoned and they want funds for 600 families to be relocated.
    5. Gallagher, Peter: Researchers Find 'Astonishing' Malware Linked to NSA Spying
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Security researchers have uncovered highly sophisticated malware that is linked to a secret National Security Agency hacking operation.
    6. Gallagher, Ryan: Documents Reveal Canada's Secret Hacking Tactics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Canada's electronic surveillance agency has secretly developed an arsenal of cyberweapons capable of stealing data and destroying adversaries' infrastructure, according to newly revealed classified documents. Communications Security Establishment, or CSE, has also covertly hacked into computers across the world to gather intelligence, breaking into networks in Europe, Mexico, the Middle East and North Africa, the documents show.
    7. Gallagher, Ryan: Inside Google's Effort to Develop a Censored Search Engine in China
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Google analyzed search terms entered into a Beijing-based website to help develop blacklists for a censored search engine it has been planning to launch in China, according to confidential documents seen by The Intercept. Engineers working on the censorship sampled search queries from 265.com, a Chinese-language web directory service owned by Google.
    8. Gallagher, Ryan: Profiled
      From Radio to Porn, British Spies Track Web Users' Online Identities

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Amid a renewed push from the U.K. government for more surveillance powers, more than two dozen documents being disclosed by The Intercept reveal for the first time several major strands of GCHQ’s (Government Communications Headquarters) existing electronic eavesdropping capabilities.
    9. Gallagher, Ryan: Revealed: How DOJ Gagged Google over Surveillance of WikiLeaks Volunteer
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Obama administration fought a legal battle against Google to secretly obtain the email records of a security researcher and journalist associated with WikiLeaks.
    10. Gallagher, Ryan; Greenwald, Glenn: Canada Casts Global Surveillance Dragnet Over File Downloads
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Canada's leading surveillance agency is monitoring millions of Internet users' file downloads in a dragnet search to identify extremists, according to top-secret documents. The covert operation taps into Internet cables and analyzes records of up to 15 million downloads daily from popular websites commonly used to share videos, photographs, music, and other files.
    11. Gallagher, Ryan; Syal, Rejeev: Met police using surveillance system to monitor mobile phones
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Civil liberties group raises concerns over Met police purchase of technology to track public handsets over a targeted area.
    12. Gallo, Marcia M.: Winds of Change: The Daughters of Bilitis and Lesbian Organizing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      A history of Daughters of Bilitis (DOB), the first national lesbian organization in the United States.
    13. Gallon, Gary: Gallon Environmental Letters on Walkerton E. coli
      Published: 2000
      Documents the failures of the Ontario government leading up to the Walkerton tragedy.
    14. Garcia, Deborah Koons (director): The Future of Food
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2004
      Explores the radical changes in our diet and our food in the last half century.
    15. Gardner, Fred: Paula Broadwell, Whistleblower
      It's More Than a Sex Scandal

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      We await the follow-up to Paula Broadwell’s assertion that two prisoners were being held at the CIA “annex” near the consulate in Benghazi at the time of the assault that left Ambassador Christopher Stephens and three other Americans dead.
    16. Garfinkle, Miriam: Deputation to the Toronto Board of Health regarding proposed expansion of Island Airport
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The waterfront is a highly utilized collective space that we have highly invested in to be used for recreational activities that promote health and fit into the city's vision of increasing green space. Why would we destroy it with an expanding airport?
    17. Garfinkle, Miriam: Health Care Professionals In Canada Join with PHR-Israel
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      Canadian health care professionals are linking with Physicians for Human Rights - Isreal to support their work in struggling and advocating for human rights, in particular the right to health, for people both in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
    18. Garfinkle, Miriam: Line 9 pipeline needs review
      Re: Pipelines face new environmental rules

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Line 9 is a disaster waiting to happen and the climate crisis disaster is already unfolding. Indeed no tar sands pipeline can pass a serious climate test if Canada is to keep its commitment to a limited warming to 1.5 degrees C.
    19. Garfinkle, Miriam: Ontario health-care reform and Community Health Centres
      Re: Too Many Left Behind in Health Care Reforms

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      We already have a working model of primary care that targets these populations and that is very good at dealing with complex needs and providing holistic care. Community Health Centres (CHCs) have been in existence for decades all over Canada, providing care to communities that are not well served by other models of primary care.
    20. Garfinkle, Miriam: Some pumpkin recipes
      Turn your Hallowe'en pumpkins into delicious and nutrious food

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      What is really unfortunate about the tradition of pumpkin carving is the waste of food as the vast majority of these pumpkins are destined for destruction. Pumpkin is a highly nutritious vegetable. The seeds and the flesh are packed with vitamins and nutrients. There are wonderful pumpkin recipes around and pumpkin actually is very tasty.
    21. Garfinkle, Miriam: We can't afford a dim view
      Deputation at City Hall regarding funding for women's health clinics

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      These clinics are doing YOUR public health work at a grassroots level. The need and should receive more money, not less.
    22. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Les soins de santé et les enfants en perturbation à Gaza
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    23. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Gaza: cuidados de saúde e crianças em risco
      As crianças de Gaza estão em risco

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    24. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Opieka zdrowotna i dzieci Gazy w kryzysie
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    25. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Post-traumatic stress and the children of Gaza
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      The situation in Gaza is devastating. We have to act to protect the children of Gaza.
    26. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Salute e bambini in crisi a Gaza
      I bambini di Gaza sono in crisi

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    27. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul-Qadir, Reem: Health care and children in crisis in Gaza
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      These days one hears a lot about Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan, adults who have been specifically trained for warfare, who are nevertheless traumatized by the experience of seeing comrades injured or killed, or suffering injuries or danger themselves. The trauma goes on, long after the experience has ended and they are back in a place of safety. How much worse then for children in Gaza who witness and experience these events day after day, week after week with no end and with no place of safety.
    28. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul-Qadir, Reem: Health care and children in crisis in Gaza - Arabic text
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    29. Garfinkle, Miriam; Deutsch, Judith; Abdul-Qadir, Reem; Santa Barbara, Joanna: Gaza: Health System in Collapse
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      The extremity of suffering in Gaza is little known in the West. Underlying the health emergency is the Israeli military's destruction of Gaza's basic infrastructure and Israel's closure of all Gaza's borders.
    30. Garfinkle, Miriam; Qadir, Reem Abdul: Crisis en Gaza: el sistema de salud y los niños en peligro
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    31. Garfinkle, Miriam; Qadir, Reem Abdul: Das Leiden der Kinder im Gazastreifen
      Katastrophale Lage im Gazastreifen - Unzureichende Gesundheitsversorgung

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
    32. Garfinkle, Miriam; Woolhouse, Susan: Letter to Toronto City Council regarding jets at Toronto Island airport
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      We are writing to express grave concerns regarding the proposal to expand the Billy Bishop Airport to jets. We are community health physicians and are extremely alarmed by the potential health harm of jets which will particularly impact the community that lives in such close proximity to the airport.
    33. Garrett, Laurie: Betrayal of Trust
      The Collapse of Global Public Health

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      The story of recent failings of public health systems across the globe.
    34. Garza, Javier: World cup coverage highlights importance for Journalists' security
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Article detailing the trials and tribulations journalists faced leading to the start of the World Cup in Brazil, and calls for measures to improve conditions for mediapeople in the future.
    35. Gasser, Henry: How to Draw and Paint
      Resource Type: Book
    36. Gasser, Michael: Climate Change: A Radical Primer
      Capitalism and Climate Change: The Science and Politics of Global Warming

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Book review of David Klein's Capitalism and Climate Change: The Science and Politics of Global Warming.
    37. Gathigah, Miriam: Sudan: Women Perpetuate Culture of Submission
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The ability of society to acknowledge the productive capacity of women, especially in the political arena, can by-and-large be brought about only by women breaking into roles not culturally ascribed to them.
    38. Gattegno, Caleb: Towards a Visual Culture
      Resource Type: Book
    39. Gauthier, Ashley: Secret Justice
      Access to Terrorism Proceedings

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      The American judicial system has, historically, been open to the public, and the U.S. Supreme Court has continually affirmed the presumption of openness. However, as technology expands and as the perceived threat of violence grows, individual courts attempt to keep control over proceedings by limiting the flow of information. Courts are reluctant to allow media access to certain cases or to certain proceedings, like jury selection. Courts routinely impose gag orders to limit public discussion about pending cases, presuming that there is no better way to ensure a fair trial. Many judges fear that having cameras in courtrooms will somehow interfere with the decorum and solemnity of judicial proceedings.
    40. Gaworecki, Mike: Confirmed: California Aquifers Contaminated With Billions Of Gallons of Fracking Wastewater
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      It has now been revealed that California regulators with DOGGR permitted hundreds of wastewater injection wells and thousands more wells injecting fluids for 'enhanced oil recovery" into aquifers protected under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
    41. Gaworecki, Mike: Here's How To Craft A Winning Climate Message
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A guide to fighting back against dirty energy industry spin when discussing the climate crisis. The Climate Solutions for a Stronger America messaging guide is based on data from a repeat national survey of likely voters. Researchers examined the data to determine how to successfully communicate climate issues and identified three top-performing messages.
    42. Gaworecki,Mike: Chevron Whistleblower Videos Show Deliberate Falsification Of Evidence In Ecuador Oil Pollution Trial
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Chevron lost the lawsuit filed against the company by Indigenous villagers who say Texaco, which merged with Chevron, left hundreds of open, unlined pits full of toxic oil waste in the Amazon rainforest. Nevertheless, the company attempts to retry the case.
    43. Gebhart, Gennie: How To Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Gmail and Google
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Instructions to enable two-factor authentication for improved security for users of Gmail and Google services.
    44. Geglia, Beth; Freeston, Jesse (directors): Revolutionary Medicine - A Story of the First Garifuna Hospital
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2014
      The story of the building of a hospital in Ciriboya, Honduras -- an authentic, grass-roots, community development project, from the initial community meetings, the organized planning, the community defense committees, to the actual bricks, mortar and staffing. The viewer of Revolutionary Medicine is guided through the process in a series of compelling interviews with doctors, patients and community protagonists.
    45. Geis, Richard E.: Beware the Secret Sex Police
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      From the days of Anthony Comstock and the 1873 Comstock Act to the present, the U.S. Justice Department has been infested with a small band of moral vigilantes who use its power and that of the Postal Service to prosecute and persecute a carefully selected few publishers, small businessmen, and ordinary citizens for 'illegal' or 'obscene' activites of a personal nature in the area of sex.
    46. Geis, Richard E.: How to Write Porno Novels for Fun and Profit
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
    47. Geist, Michael: Internet Ad Words, a Rough Game
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Keyword advertising has been a huge commercial success fueling many ad-supported websites, but it has not been without legal controversy. The practice has generated a steady stream of cases addressing whether the use of a competitor's keyword raise potential trademark or misleading advertising issues.
    48. Geist, Valerius: Conservation Unravelling: Three Threats to Wildlife
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
    49. Gelbspan, Ross: The Heat Is On
      The Climate Crisis, The Cover-up, The Prescription

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      A book discussing the ever-worsening threat of global climate change.
    50. Genovese, Holly: The Coding Of 'White Trash' In Academia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      As an academic from the U.S. Deep South, Holly Genovese has found herself between two worlds, not accepted in academia because of her background, and yet unable to 'go home again.'
    51. George, Rose: One latrine at a time
      Liberia's president is unusually frank as she agrees that toilets are fundamental to creating a healthier country

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Diarrhoea kills more children than HIV/Aids, tuberculosis and malaria combined – and its main cause is food and water contaminated with human waste. Liberia's president is trying to change all that. Building latrines must be a key priority to promote health and sanitation.
    52. Geovanis, Chris: Aaron Swartz and the Assault on Open Information
      Malicious Government Prosecution

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The great corporate-supported push to hide essential, publicly funded information behind private firewalls and government secrecy, represents a breathtaking breach of the basic tenets of democracy.
    53. Gerard, Ryle: 100,000 Clients, $100 Billion: The Swiss Leaks Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The files at the foundation of the Swiss Leaks project are based on data secreted away by Hervé Falciani, a former HSBC employee-turned-whistleblower. He turned the data over to the French government in 2008 and its tax authority launched an investigation.
    54. Ghazal, Rym: The past belongs to everyone: British Library calls on public to help piece together history
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      As the British Library thrusts itself into the digital age, more than a million images from its archives are available online. And it wants the public's help to expand what is known about them.
    55. Ghosh, Surbir: Written off
      How the Indian Media Deals with its Freelance Journalists

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Most freelance journalists in India are perceived to be the stepchildren of the Indian news media. Though some indications are there, we want to come up with concrete numbers.
    56. Gibbs, Cheryl; Warhover, Tom: Getting the Whole Story
      Reporting and Writing the News

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    57. Gibbs, Katie; Houben, Adam; Hutchings, Jeff, Mooers, Arne, Trudeau, Vance L., Orihel, Diane: 'The Death of Evidence' in Canada: Scientists' Own Words
      Data distorted for 'propaganda' and other complaints against the Harper government made at last week's Ottawa rally

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
    58. Gibson, Connor: Koch Brothers View Universities As Propaganda Machines
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer’s new book, "Dark Money," includes details that bolster concerns publicized by UnKoch My Campus, and students and professors across the USA who have blown the whistle on Charles Koch’s co-optation of higher education programs. Universities are the spine of Charles Koch's lobbying model, which after four decades of finance has grown into an integrated network of professors, public relations agents, lobbyists, pundits, and politicians. Koch foundations started investing in campuses at an exponential pace, starting with just seven campuses in 2005.
    59. Gibson, Robert; Channing, Taylor: Here's how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Documenting the corruption of the U.S. political system.
    60. Gidney, Catherine: A Long Eclipse
      The Liberal Protestant Establishment and the Canadian University, 1920 - 1970

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    61. Gilbertson, Tamra; Reyes, Oscar: What's at stake in Copenhagen
      The crucial debates at Copenhagen

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Tere is no chance of achieving binding greenhouse gas reductions within the current framework for an agreement. Instead the problem is being redefined to fit the business-as-usual assumptions of neoliberal economics.
    62. Gilchrist, Emma: 'It's a New Day': Why Environmentalists Need to Change Their Strategy Under Trudeau Government
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Now that Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have taken the helm, advocates have high hopes for a course correction on the environment and energy files. But after nearly a decade of working under hostile conditions, environmentalists need to make a course correction of their own if they want to effectively influence public policy, experts say.
    63. Gillard, William: The Niagara Escarpment from Tobermory to Niagara Falls
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
    64. Gillis, Damien; Rayher, Fiona (directors): Fractured Land
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2015
      A Canadian feature documentary film profiling the Dene activist Caleb Behn as he goes through law school and builds a movement around greater awareness of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) on First Nations lands.
    65. Gillmor, Dan: Why I'm Saying Goodbye to Apple, Google and Microsoft
      I'm putting more trust in communities than corporations

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Gillmor discusses how we are losing control over the technology tools that once promised equal opportunity in speech and innovation.
    66. Gindin, Sam: When History Knocks
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Naomi Klein is a longtime movement and media icon, a gifted synthesizer and popularizer who, over the past two decades, has been a leading chronicler of anti-corporate, anti-globalization, and anti-capitalist social movements.
    67. Gindin, Sam; Armstrong, Hugh; Armstrong, Pat, Leys, Colin; et. al.: Whose Health Care?
      Challenging the Corporate Struggle to Rule Our System

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
    68. Gintis, Herb: Towards a Political Economy of Education
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1972
      A critique of Ivan Illich's book Deschooling Society.
      Published in This Magazine is about Schools, Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 1972.
    69. Giordano, Al: Hollywood's Gary Webb Movie and the Message that Big Media Couldn't Kill
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Gary's email arrived quite by surprise. I knew about his Dark Alliance series, five years prior, documenting the CIA's trafficking of cocaine to fund paramilitary squads in Central America. I also knew he had been pummeled by corporate media and had lost his job over it. "They're trying to turn you into me," he said, “but you can win because you don't have a boss who can sell you out."
    70. Girard , Joe: How to Sell Anything to Anybody
      Resource Type: Book
    71. Girdner, Eddie; Smith, Jack: Killing Me Softly
      Toxic Waste, Corporate Profit, and the Struggle for Environmental Justice

      Resource Type: Book
      Examines the growth of the toxic waste industry and the economic logic behind its expansion. It gives a hard-hitting account of the damage it has done throughout the United States.
    72. Girodias, Maurice: The Olympia Reader
      Selections from the Traveller's Companion Series

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    73. Giroux, Henry: Trump's War on Children is an act of State Terrorism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      State terrorism comes in many forms, but one of its most cruel and revolting expressions is when it is aimed at children. The Trump administration has detained more than 2,000 children, and the numbers are expected to grow exponentially in light of Trump's refusal to change the cruel policy.
    74. Gitelman, Lisa: Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      Four essays making up a short book on where the history of media and technology overlap.
    75. Gitlin, Todd: Journalism as We Knew It Is Never Coming Back
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      It’s old news that Donald Trump abuses reason, knowledge, decency and dark-skinned people. If you are paying attention, each one of his assaults on decency, intelligence and knowledge will feel urgent, ridiculous or both. Each day he threatens grave damage to actual human beings and the rest of Planet Earth, and each day he demonstrates his incapacity to do anything but inflict more damage.
    76. Glaberman, Martin: A Different Sort of Democracy - Japanese translation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
    77. Gladstone, Arthur: B.C. Ecologue
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      A handbook for study and action on the ecological crisis.
    78. Glaser, John: US: Offensive Cyber-Warfare is Illegal... Unless We Do It
      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2013
      The US government declares that cyberwarfare directed against the US would be an act of war -- and, oh, by the way, that it is agressively engaged in cyberwarfare against foreign countries.
    79. Glasser, Theodore L.: Idea of Public Journalism
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
      Discusses the strengths and weaknesses of public journalism, the movement aimed at getting the press to promote and improve, not merely report, the quality of public life.
    80. Glazebrook, Daniel: Deadliest Terror in the World: The West's Latest Gift to Africa
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Nigeria's Boko Haram are now officially the deadliest terror group in the world. That they have reached this position is a direct consequence of Cameron and Co's war on Libya - and one that was perhaps not entirely unintended.
    81. Gleeck, Fred: Speaking to Millions
      How to Make Really Big Money as A professional Speaker

      Resource Type: Book
    82. Global Voices: The Biggest Threat to Mexican Journalists Aren't Drug Cartels Anymore
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Northern Mexico and the drug cartels have dangerous reputations; especially for journalists. This should come to a surprise to no one. This year, however, the danger seems to have shifted in both location and source. Of the six journalists that were killed in Mexico this year, all of them were killed in the south; most likely at the hands of police officers and politicians.
    83. Global Witness: How many more
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      New report shows killings of environmental activists are increasing, with indigenous communities hardest hit. Global Witness shines a spotlight on Honduras - the most dangerous country to be an environmental defender.
    84. Glouberman, Sholom: Towards a New Perspective on Health Policy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      A summary of four case studies dissecting the relationship between the health of an individual and that individual's social living circumstances.
    85. Goines, Lisa; Hagler, Louis: Noise Pollution: A Modern Plague
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Environmental noise pollution, a form of air pollution, is a threat to health and well-being. It is more severe and widespread than ever before, and it will continue to increase in magnitude and severity because of population growth, urbanization, and the associated growth in the use of increasingly powerful, varied, and highly mobile sources of noise. It will also continue to grow because of sustained growth in highway, rail, and air traffic, which remain major sources of environmental noise. The potential health effects of noise pollution are numerous, pervasive, persistent, and medically and socially significant.
    86. Goldacre, Ben: Bad Science
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      Goldacre notes the flaws in research practices and marketing practices leading to human gullibility. He aims to promote public understanding of science so that readers can discern the logic and evidence to make informed decisions.
    87. Goldacre, Ben: What the Tamiflu Saga tells us about Drug Trials and Big Pharma
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      We now know the government's Tamiflu stockpile wouldn't have done us much good in the event of a flu epidemic. But the secrecy surrounding clinical trials means there's a lot we don't know about other medicines we take, says Ben Goldacre.
    88. Goldberg, Natalie: Wild Mind
      Living the Writer's Life

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      A guide to being a writer.
    89. Goldberg, Natalie: Writing Down the Bones
      Freeing the Writer Within

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
      Suggestions for how to create good writing.
    90. Goldman, Jordan: Public Relations and the Marketing Mix
      Introducing Vulnerability Relations

      Resource Type: Book
    91. Goldman, Robert; Papson, Stephen: Sign Wars
      The Cluttered Landscape of Advertising

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Deconstructs the strategies used to distinguish one brand name from another by the use of commodity signs.
    92. Goldstein, M.; Haeberle, E.; McBride, W.: The Sex Book
      Resource Type: Book
    93. Gomez, Camilo: The Rise of the Intellectual Pornstar
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Once only found in society's margins, the pornography industry has developed into a multi-billion dollar business that is branching into the mainstream. The article explains that the industry, while still controversial, increasingly comments on the social problems of today and pushes for reforms in areas that other large industries are scared to.
    94. Good, Graham: Humanism Betrayed - Table of Contents and Introduction
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      A defence of liberal humanism as a philosophy of higher education, particularly in the humanities, against the illiberal trends, political and intellectual, that are currently dominating the university.
    95. Goodman, Jim: Feedlots and E. Coli
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Improving processing plant inspections is a good idea, but it is only part of the solution. The real solution is minimizing the potential contaminant. Secondly, slow down the processing line so the workers can do their jobs. CDC tells people to wash their hands, their cutting boards and to cook meat thoroughly. Good sound suggestions, but why is the burden of safety inordinately placed on the consumer? Why are the processors allowed to hide behind the 'safe handling instructions' and maximize their profits with impunity?
    96. Goodman, Paul: The Politics of Being Queer
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1969
      Goodman writes: "On balance, I don't know whether my choice, or compulsion, of a bisexual life has made me especially unhappy or only averagely unhappy. It is obvious that every way of life has its hang-ups, having a father or no father, being married or single, being strongly sexed or rather sexless, and so forth; but it is hard to judge what other people's experience has been, to make a comparison. I have persistently felt that the world was not made for me, but I have had good moments.
    97. Goodman, Paul: Pornography and the Sexual Revolution
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1961
    98. Goodman, Paul: Sex and Ethics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1963
      In America, as it is at present, most behavior -- and this is not only in sexual matters -- has nothing to do with what one is or would normally desire or naturally desire, but what is pected of one or in order to provide something which has got nothing to do with the functioning of it.
    99. Goodwin, Clive E.: A Bird-Finding Guide to Ontario
      Where the birds are and how to get there

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
    100. Goodwin, Clive E.: A Birdfinding Guide to the Toronto Region
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    101. Goodwyn, Lawrence: The Populist Moment: A Short History of the Agrarian Revolt in America
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
      Goodwyn explores the agrarian revolt and the nature of democratic movements.
    102. Gordon, Andrea: Annie Kidder and People for Education have made a mark on Ontario schools, but have they become part of the system?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A look at the work of Annie Kidder, a public education advocate, who has spearheaded a grassroots movement that has given Ontario parents more of a voice in what goes on inside their children's classrooms.
    103. Gordon, Caroline: Beginner's Guide to Group Sex
      Who Does What to Whom and How

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    104. Gordon, David (ed.): Green Cities
      Ecologically Sound Approaches to Urban Space

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Visions from around the world for an ecological urban model. Argues that putting wilderness in cities is good for conservation of wildlife.
    105. Gordon, Ian: Relationship Marketing
      New Strategies, Techniques and Technologies To Win Customers You Want and Keep Them Forever

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
    106. Gordon, Mary: Roots of Empathy
      Changing the World Child by Child

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      Roots of Empathy looks at eliminating crime and changing the world by starting with a compassionate environment for children.
    107. Gorz, Andre: Ecology as Politics
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1980
      Socialism is no better than capitalism if it makes use of the same tools. The total domination of nature inevitably entails a domination of people by the techniques of domination.
    108. Gostoli, Ylenia: How the internet 'punishes' Palestinians
      Tech giants Google, Airbnb and PayPal accused of shaping false narratives with policies in Palestinian territories.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Multinational tech companies, including Google, Facebook and PayPal are being accused of complicity in rights violations and in shaping false narratives with regard to policies in Palestinian territories.
    109. Gould, Stephen Jay: Eight Little Piggies
      Reflections in Natural History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      Essays on natural history.
    110. Gould, Stephen Jay; Chavez, Miguel: The Unofficial Stephen Jay Gould Archive
      Resource Type: Website
      This website is an independently operated tribute to the life and work of Stephen Jay Gould. Stephen Jay Gould (1941-2002) was among the best known and widely read scientists of the 20th century. A paleontologist and educator at Harvard University, Gould made his largest contributions to science as the leading spokes-person for evolutionary theory. His monthly columns in Natural History magazine and his popular works on evolution have earned him numerous awards and one of the largest readerships in the popular-science genre — penning over twenty successful books throughout his career.
    111. Gourlay, K.A.: Poisoners of the Seas
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    112. Graber-Stiehl, Ian: Science's pirate queen
      Alexandra Elbakyan is plundering the academic publishing establishment

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A profile of open access academic publishing activist Alexandra Elbakayan and the ongoing conflict between academics and for-profit academic publishing houses.
    113. Gradus, Ronna; Bauer, Jill: Sexy Baby
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2012
      Sexy Baby is the first documentary film to put faces to a seismic cultural shift: the cyber age is creating a new sexual landscape.
    114. Gradwhol, Judith; Greenberg, Russel: Saving the Tropical Forests
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      The book provides a vision of hope for the tropical rainforests of the world. In Latin America, Africa, India and South East Asia, growing numbers of people are developing techniques and projects specifically designed to promote the wise use and preservation of remaining forest lands. The authors believe that action must be based on the development and improvement of existing alternatives to destruction or it will fail.
    115. Gradwohl, Judith; Greenberg, Russell: Saving the Tropical Forest
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Growing numbers of people around the world are developing techniques and practices to promote the wise use and preservation of our remaining forests. The authors believe that the time has come to improve the existing alternatives or it will fail.
    116. Grady, Wayne: Toronto The Wild
      Field Notes of an Urban Naturalist

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Toronto as a natural world and and ecosystem.
    117. Graham, Barbara Florio: Website Woes: Are you making these mistakes?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Even the most simple website can be difficult to navigate, and I'm regularly frustrated by sites hosted by major media or large corporations that are annoying for one reason or another.
    118. Graham, Stephen: Lockdown London
      The Olympics will see the UK's biggest mobilisation of security forces since the second world war

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The projected expense of security at the upcoming London Olympic Games is $867m -- part of the booming 'security industry'.
    119. Graham-Leigh, Elaine: Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A review of Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital by Jason Moore. The author examines how capitalism is innately destructive of its environment, but the solution is revolutionary socialist organisation says Graham-Leigh.
    120. Grandia, Kevin: Tobacco Gun for Hire James Enstrom, Willie Soon and the Climate Deniers Attack on Merchants of Doubt
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Climate denier Fred Singer, scientist working for tobacco companies, asks whether it would make sense to file a lawsuit to try and stop the release of the new documentary, Merchants of Doubt – a film tracing the tactics used by Big Tobacco to spread misinformation.
    121. Grandia, Kevin and DeMelle, Brendan: Exxon Knew CO2 Pollution Was A Global Threat By Late 1970s
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Throughout Exxon’s global operations, the company knew that CO2 was a harmful pollutant in the atmosphere years earlier than previously reported. Exxon corporate documents from the late 1970s state unequivocally "there is no doubt" that CO2 from the burning of fossil fuels was a growing "problem" well understood within the company.
    122. Grant, George: Technology and Empire
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    123. Grant, Melissa: Happy Hookers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Exploring the lives of sex workers and their would-be saviours.
    124. Grant, Tavia: Asbestos revealed as Canada's top cause of workplace death
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Asbestos exposure is the single largest on-the-job killer in Canada. Since 1996, almost 5,000 approved death claims stem from asbestos exposure, making it by far the top source of workplace death in Canada.
    125. Gray, Steve: Native advertising: What is it, and why now?
      Call it a breakthrough or sellout, native advertising has ushered in a new era of customer-centric advertising defined by unlimited bandwidt

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Native advertising is the act of placing ads in the middle of an article. It has become far more common these days. This article outlines why.
    126. Gray, William S; Arbuthnot, Mat Hill: Fun with Dick and Jane
      Resource Type: Book
    127. Green, Jim: Radioactive waste and the nuclear war on Australia's Aboriginal people
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Australia's nuclear industry has a shameful history of 'radioactive racism' that dates from the British bomb tests in the 1950s. The same attitudes persist today with plans to dump over half a million tonnes of high and intermediate level nuclear waste on Aboriginal land, and open new uranium mines. But now Aboriginal peoples and traditional land owners are fighting back.
    128. Green, Susan, Executive Editor: Canadian Dictionary of the English Language
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
    129. Greenberg, Ken: Ken Greenberg on Island Airport Expansion and Shared Values
      People sometimes get amnesia - we forget the battles we fought to get where we are

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      We are once more on the verge of making one of those decisions that comes along every generation that will have a profound impact on the shape of the city.
    130. Greene, Gerald; Greene, Caroline: SM
      The Last Taboo

      Resource Type: Book
    131. Greenfield, Jeff: Television
      The First Fifty Years

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    132. Greenfield, Lauren: Thin
      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2006
      The story of four women suffering from anorexia and bulimia in South Florida.
    133. Greenstein, Tony: Twitter closes down my account for 'hateful conduct'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Several Twitter accounts with pro-Palestinian content have been suspended. At the same time those making explicit threats against them have been found not to violate Twitter's terms of service.
    134. Greenwald, Glenn: As the Obama DOJ Concluded, Prosecution of Julian Assange for Publishing Documents Poses Grave Threats to Press Freedom
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Democrats and Republicans both seem willing to curtail freedom of the press when an outlet publishes work against their interests, however, prosecuting Julian Assange/Wikileaks would create a precedent that would criminalize the core function of investigative journalism.
    135. Greenwald, Glenn: Burning Victims to Death: Still a Common Practice
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The latest ISIS atrocity - releasing a video of a captured Jordanian fighter pilot being burned alive - prompted substantial discussion yesterday about this particular form of savagery. It is thus worth noting that deliberately burning people to death is achievable - and deliberately achieved - in all sorts of other ways.
    136. Greenwald, Glenn: CNN Journalists Resign: Latest Example of Media Recklessness on the Russia Threat
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Major U.S. media outlets have published claims about the Russian threat in the direction of exaggerating the threat as well as inventing incriminating links between Moscow and the Trump circle, many of which have turned out to be false.
    137. Greenwald, Glenn: Email from a Married, Female Ashley Madison User
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The private lives and sexual choices of fully formed adults are usually very complicated and thus impossible to understand -- and certainly impossible to judge -- without wallowing around in the most intimate details, none of which are any of your business. That's a very good reason not to try to sit in judgment and condemn from afar.
    138. Greenwald, Glenn: Hillary Clinton on the Sanctity of Protecting Classified Information
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It turns out that at least two of the emails which traversed Hillary Clinton’s personal email account and server were "top secret," according to the inspector general for the Intelligence Community. To describe that as reckless is an understatement given that, as AP notes, "There is no evidence she used encryption to shield the emails or her personal server from foreign intelligence services or other potentially prying eyes." The FBI has now taken possession of that server.
    139. Greenwald, Glenn: Iranians Are Much Talked About on Sunday Morning TV, But Never Heard From
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Over the last couple months, the Sunday morning TV shows -- NBC's Meet the Press, CBS's Face The Nation, ABC's This Week, Fox's News Sunday, and CNN's State of the Union -- have focused on a deal with Iran as one of their principal topics. In doing so, they have repeatedly given a platform to fanatical anti-Iran voices.
    140. Greenwald, Glenn: NBC News Pulls Veteran Reporter from Gaza After Witnessing Israeli Attack on Children
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Ayman Mohyeldin, the NBC News correspondent who personally witnessed yesterday’s killing by Israel of four Palestinian boys on a Gazan beach and who has received widespread praise for his brave and innovative coverage of the conflict, has been ordered by NBC executives to leave Gaza immediately.
    141. Greenwald, Glenn: New Study Shows Mass Surveillance Breeds Meekness, Fear and Self-Censorship
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A newly published study from Oxford's Jon Penney provides empirical evidence for a key argument long made by privacy advocates: that the mere existence of a surveillance state breeds fear and conformity and stifles free expression. Reporting on the study, the Washington Post this morning described this phenomenon: "If we think that authorities are watching our online actions, we might stop visiting certain websites or not say certain things just to avoid seeming suspicious."
    142. Greenwald, Glenn: UK Media Regulator Again Threatens RT for "Bias": This Time, Airing "Anti-Western Views"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The U.K. Government loves to lecture the world about infringements of liberty generally and press freedom specifically. It does so as it threatens to revoke the broadcasting license of a media outlet for broadcasting "anti-western" views and other perspectives at odds with the U.K. Government, all while shielding (and venerating) the equally virulent biases from pro-state television in the U.K.
    143. Greenwald, Glenn: WashPost Is Richly Rewarded for False News About Russia Threat While Public Is Deceived
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In the past six weeks, the Washington Post published two blockbuster stories about the Russian threat that went viral: one on how Russia is behind a massive explosion of "fake news," the other on how it invaded the U.S. electric grid. Both articles were fundamentally false.
    144. Greenwald, Glenn: Watch How Casually False Claims Are Published: New York Times and Nicholas Lemann Edition
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      We have a perfect example of how this happens from the New York Times today, in a book review by Nicholas Lemann, the Pulitzer-Moore professor of journalism at Columbia University as well as a longtime staff writer for the New Yorker. Lemann is reviewing a new book by Edward J. Epstein -- the longtime neocon, right-wing Cold Warrior, WSJ op-ed page writer, and Breitbart contributor -- which basically claims Snowden is a Russian spy.
    145. Greenwald, Glenn: Why Is The Daily Beast's Russia Critic Silent About So Many Hideous Abuses?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A comprehensive review by The Intercept of the writings of Sam Charles Hamad - author of this Daily Beast article accusing the "global left" of remaining "silent" on abuses by Russia - reveals that he has been completely silent, shockingly and appallingly so, about the following wide array of severe global injustices, never once writing about, let alone condemning...
    146. Greenwald, Robert: War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State
      Free Press and the National Security State

      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2013
      During his election campaigns, Barak Obama promised the most transparent administration in U.S. history. Cynics can rejoice in the fact that the Obama administration has indicted more people for violating government secrecy than all previous administrations combined. This is the story of four whistleblowers who who traded their careers and life normalcy for slander, danger, legal prosecution and an opportunity to expose the crimes of the US government.
    147. Greenwald,Glenn: Cowardly Firing of Australian State-Funded TV Journalist Highlights the West's Real Religion
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A TV sports commentator in Australia, Scott McIntyre, was summarily fired by his public broadcasting employer, Special Broadcasting Services (SBS), because of a series of tweets he posted about the violence committed historically by the Australian military.
    148. Greenwald. Glenn: U.S. Journalists Who Instantly Exonerated Their Government of the Kunduz Hospital Attack, Declaring it an "Accident"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Shortly after the news broke of the U.S. attack on a Doctors without Borders (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, there was abundant evidence suggesting (not proving, but suggesting) that the attack was no accident.
    149. Greenwalk, Glenn: The Sunday Times' Snowden Story is Journalism at its Worst - and Filled with Falsehoods
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Western journalists claim that the big lesson they learned from their key role in selling the Iraq War to the public is that it's hideous, corrupt and often dangerous journalism to give anonymity to government officials to let them propagandize the public, then uncritically accept those anonymously voiced claims as Truth. But they've learned no such lesson. That tactic continues to be the staple of how major U.S. and British media outlets "report," especially in the national security area.
    150. Gregersen, Edgar: Sexual Practices: The Story of Human Sexuality
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1983
      An introduction to how to think about sexual behavior as an anthropologist, or any scientist, should.
    151. Gregor, Thomas: Anxious Pleasures (excerpt)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
    152. Gregory , Ann: Public Relations in Practice
      Resource Type: Book
    153. Gregory, Ann: Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns
      Resource Type: Book
    154. Grescoe, Taras: Bottomfeeder
      How the Fish on Our Plates is Killing the Planet

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
    155. Grey-Bruce Geology Committee: Geology and Landforms of Grey and Bruce Counties
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
    156. Griego, Tina: Black market boom lays bare a social divide in Colorado's marijuana market
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Inside Colorado's black market for pot, segregation and resentment flourish.
    157. Griffin, Andrew: Google voice search records and keeps conversations people have around their phones - but the files can be deleted
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      How google search can record and store conversations picked up by a phone's microphone, as well as how to prevent this and delete the stored files.
    158. Griffiths, Antony: Prints for Books
      Book Illustration in France 1760-1800

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    159. Griffiths, Jay: Why parents should leave their kids alone
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      What if the best thing we could do for our children is to set them free? Jay Griffiths explains why moden parenting often makes children miserable.
    160. Grohol, John M.: The Insider's Guide to Mental Health Resources Online
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    161. Gross, Ronald; Osterman, Paul: High School
      Resource Type: Book
    162. Grossman, Elizabeth: As Temperatures Climb Across the Country, Workers Will Suffer
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The summer of 2016 is barely two weeks old, but this year is already on track to break high temperature records in the United States. On June 20, cities across the Southwest and into Nevada reached all-time triple-digit highs. Meanwhile, every single state experienced spring temperatures above average, with some in the Northwest reaching record highs. These temperatures have already proved deadly, killing five hikers in Arizona earlier this month. Triple-digit heat earlier that same week is also being blamed for the deaths of two construction workers, 49-year old Dale Heitman in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 15 and 55-year old Thomas F. “Tommy” Barnes on June 14 at the Monsanto campus in nearby Chesterfield, Missouri.
    163. Grossman, Elizabeth: The Biggest Source of Plastic Trash You've Never Heard of
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      How plastic waste is used on the farm for agriculture.
    164. Groves, Tim: Canada's Spy Groups Divulge Secret Intelligence to Energy Companies
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Documents raise fears that info on environmentalists, indigenous groups and more shared with industry at biannual, secret-level, briefings.
    165. Gruber, L. Fritz: Grosse Photographen Unseres Jahrhunderts
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1964
    166. Grunig, James; Grunig, Larisa: Excellent Public Relations and Effective Organizations
      Resource Type: Book
    167. Grunig, James; Hon, Linda: Guidelines for Measuring Relationships In Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    168. Grunig, James; Hunt, Todd: Managing Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    169. Grunig, Larisa; Grunig, James: Public Relations Research Annual
      Resource Type: Book
    170. Guerin, Fred: The Canadian Ministry of "Truth": "Reality Is Whatever We Say It Is"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The government and corporations operate as if truth and reality are what they say it is. Guerin analyzes and provides examples of this propaganda, including Canada's Bill C-51.
    171. Guggenheim, Davis: Waiting for 'Superman'
      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2010
      The failures of the American public education system is examined by following several students as they strive to be accepted into a charter school.
    172. Gulliver, Tanya: Three parents & a baby
      But the law only leaves room for two

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Article regarding the application of the non-biological parent in a lesbian couple to be recognized as co-parent without displacing the biological father's legal status as parent.
    173. Gup, Ted: Free Speech, but Not for All?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Just over a century ago, the president of a distinguished college barred the suffragette and human-rights activist Jane Addams from speaking on campus, and suspended a student named Inez Milholland for organizing others in support of women's rights. Milholland would go on to become influential in the women’s movement, and the college president, James Monroe Taylor, would become yet another example of an overly protective and historically myopic educator. He believed that women should be "not leaders, but good wives and mothers" -- the prevailing view of the day.
    174. Gupta, Arun: 15 Actions That Can Shut Down Trump's Assault on Immigrant Families
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A list of recommended actions that can be taken against the Trump Administration's policy toward immigrant families, some of which include: Expose for-profit detention corporations; Target mayor's offices, state capitals, and governor's mansions; Practice non-violence, as well as using the media to your advantage.
    175. Gutman, Daniel: Climate Change Drives Up Rural Poverty in Latin America
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In Latin America and the Caribbean region's first meeting of Week of Agriculture and Food, held in November 2018, more than 1,000 officials and experts agreed that the fall in agricultural yields and increasing migration from the countryside are consequences of global warming.
    176. Gutman, Daniel: Women-Led Radio Station Amplifies Voices of Indigenous Communities in Argentina
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In the late 1990s several Indigenous women founded a radio station which continues to broadcast. It resists cultural subjugation and provides a voice to Indigenous people.
    177. Guy, Donna J: Sex and Danger in Buenos Aires
      Prostitution, Family and Nation in Argentina

      Resource Type: Book
      Donna Guys book is a virtual history of 20th Century Argentina. Told through the the stories of the brothels she explains how prostitution influenced the politics of nationalism, social control and cultural identity. Using examples from the writings on the White slave trade, succesive governments whether socialist or conservative and religious organizations she takes the lessons of those times to the present day.
    178. Guyatt, Gord: A Brief History of the Medical Reform Group
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      Covers the year 1979 - 1994.
    179. Guyotat, Regis: A hell of a place for France's forbidden books
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
      On the forbidden books department of France's national library.

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    1. H. Williams, Jr, Ernest: The Nature Handbook
      A Guide to Observing The Great Outdoors

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      The Nature Handbook explores and explains the patterns of nature, revealing them to the many different types of nature observers.
    2. Hacker, Andrew: Divorce a la Mode
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1979
      A review of several books about marriage and divorce.
    3. Hackwell, Bill: Unprecedented Cruelty Against Immigrants and Their Children
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Recently White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly backed up the policy when he explained that, "the children will be put in foster care or whatever." This comes at the same time as a new report revealed that there are some 1,500 undocumented children, who have been placed by federal authorities in homes of "sponsors," and are now missing in the system.
      No other country has a policy of separating families who intend to seek asylum.
    4. Hagler, Louis: Adverse Health Effects of Noise
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      The effects of noise are widespread and impose long-term consequences on health.
    5. Hagley, T: Writing Winning Proposals
      PR Cases

      Resource Type: Book
    6. Haigh, Gideon: The doctor who is besting big tobacco
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      When Dr Bronwyn King discovered her pension fund was investing in the cigarette companies that were killing her cancer patients, she was staggered. And she knew she had to act
    7. Hakami, Ramzi: Predatory Journals: Write, Submit, and Publish the Next Day
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Predatory journals can be defined as "publications [that take] large fees without providing robust editorial or publishing services." They usually "recruit articles through aggressive marketing and spam emails, promising quick review and open access publication for a price. There is little if any quality control and virtually no transparency about processes and fees. Their motive is financial gain, and they are corrupting the communication of science. Their main victims are institutions and researchers in low and middle income countries..."
    8. Halimi, Serge: Big media versus the people
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A look how "Big Media" shapes public attitudes, the economy, culture, leisure and education, and how governments have developed close relationships with the press in a way which has not been in the public interest.
    9. Halimi, Serge: The Official Fake News
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Emmanuel Macron, who was comfortably elected to the presidency, has instructed his parliamentary majority to provide him with a law against 'fake news' during election campaigns. The law would be a selective halt to the the dissemination of information with dangerous consequences.
    10. Halimi, Serge; Rimbert, Pierre: Keep your mouths shut
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The media coverage of union and Nuit Debout protests in France are evidence that publications and channels now serve only the wealthy and influencial.
    11. Hall, Hamilton: More Advice from The Back Doctor
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    12. Hall, James: The politics of display
      The redesign of the Ashmolean in Oxford provides a chance to reflect on how we understand the meaning of collections

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford is the oldest museum in Britain, founded in 1693. The institution has grown, thanks to a new postmodern building by architect Rick Mather. The open concept design of the new galleries is perfect for the curatorial focus on the impact of trade and the legacy of intercultural exchange titled "Crossing Cultures Crossing Time".
    13. Hallam, Susan: Link Removal Requests: how not to do it
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      I am receiving link removal request emails from a company who must be having problems with their Google rankings. They have either been notified by Google that they have links coming from bad websites, or taken the matter into their own hands. They have decided to clean up their back link profile in order to improve their rankings in the search engines.
    14. Halleck, Thomas: Snowden's NSA Leaks Catalogued In First Searchable Database Of The Surveillance Documents
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Canadian journalists and researchers have teamed up to create the world's first fully-searchable index of the classified documents revealing NSA surveillance leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
    15. Hamacher, Duane W.: The Memory Code: how oral cultures memorise so much information
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Long before the ancient Celts, Aboriginal Australians were recording vast scores of knowledge to memory and passing it to successive generations. Aboriginal people demonstrate that their oral traditions are not only highly detailed and complex, but they can survive -- accurately -- for thousands, even tens of thousands, of years.
    16. Hamel, Peter: Boreal Forests in Crisis
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Canada's assault on the Boreal forest rivals Brazil's exploitation of the Amazon. In both countries governments and multinational corporations are scheming to clear-cut forests for short-term profit. They treat rivers as sewers, poison the fish and drive aboriginal peoples from their ancestral lands.
    17. Hamer, Philip M.: A Guide to Archives and Manuscripts in the United States
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1961
    18. Hamilton , Seymour: A Communication Audit Handbook
      Resource Type: Book
    19. Hamilton, Richard F.: The Social Misconstruction of Reality
      Validity and Verification in the Scholarly Community

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Analyzes erroneous theses that gained the status of fact in social science despite the absense of evidentiary support, and examines why this happened.
    20. Hampton, Paul: For Workers' Climate Action
      Climate Change and Working-Class Struggle

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A new collection of articles and reviews on the fight against dangerous climate change, capitalism and workers' organisation and struggle. Urges the left to reach out to climate activists to make the case that being "anti-capitalist" is important but not enough.
    21. Hampton, Paul: Workers and Trade Unions for Climate Solidarity
      Tackling climate change in a neoliberal world

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      Paul Hampton, a Marxist trade union researcher in Britain, addresses the role of workers in the climate justice movement, as well as the tasks of revolutionaries.
    22. Hanley, Charles J.: Inuit Are Living on the Front Lines of Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Climate change is being felt in northwest Canada, and in a wide circle at the top of the world, stretching from Alaska through the Siberian tundra, into northern Scandinavia and Greenland, and on to Canada's eastern Arctic islands, a circle of more than 300,000 indigenous people.
    23. Hanna, Liz: India's killer heatwave - a deadly warning of the world we face, without climate action
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      As delegates prepare for the Bonn climate talks, India is being struck by extreme heat with a long-delayed monsoon season and a death toll of thousands. If this is an indicator of the warming world to come, it's giving us all the reasons we could possibly want to act decisively before it's too late.
    24. Hanna, Thomas M: Red state, red power: Nebraska's publicly-owned electricity system
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Republican Nebraska's energy is all publicly owned or cooperative, and prices are among America's lowest, with great service standards and a strong commitment to renewables. Decentralised and locally accountable, this could be the model that replaces inefficient, unresponsive monopolies - both nationalised and corporate.
    25. Hannon, Gerald: Even a 50-something with greying hair and a smallish you-know-what can be a Porn Star
      How to make your own smut so it moves you where it counts

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      Learning how to make a pornographic film.
    26. Hannon, Gerald: Why Punish Madame?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1998
      A landmark trial is to determine whether a dominatrix dishes out sex or therapy.
    27. Hansen, James: Storms of my Grandchildren
      The Truth About the Coming Climate Catastrophe and our Last Chance to Save Humanity

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      Hansen's urgent call to act on the climate crisis before it's too late.
    28. Hansen, Soren, et al.: The Little Red School-Book
      Resource Type: Book
    29. Hanson, Philip P.: Environmental Ethics
      Philosophical and Policy Perspectives

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    30. Hardigan, Richard: Israel Continues Its Attack on Palestinian Freedom of Expression
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The arrest of a teenager for voicing an opinion on a social media site raises serious concerns over freedom of expression in Israel.
    31. Harding, Bill: URANIUM: Correspondence with the Premier
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
      This book is a collection of letters between Bill Harding, former director of programme policy of the United Nations Development Program (New York), and the Office of Premier Allan Blakeney, Saskatchewan. Its aim is a critique of the N.D.P. Government's decision for uranium mining.
    32. Harding, Jim: Canada's Deadly Secret
      Saskatchewan uranium and the global nuclear system

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      The struggle over Saskatchewan's uranium mining, and the negative impacts on Aboriginal rights and environmental health, and the effect of free trade. Nuclear energy cannot address global warming and there is no such thing as a "peaceful atom."
    33. Hargraves, Orin (ed.): New Words
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    34. Hargreaves, Ian: Journalism: Truth or Dare?
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      Ian Hargreaves discusses the history, development, future and ethics of journalism and describes journalists' relationship with the public. He focuses on the increase in journalism's influence and the criticism thrown at journalism today by all sectors of society.
    35. Hari, Johann: Why bananas are a parable for our times
      Amost unnoticed, bananas are dying

      Resource Type: Article
      The corporations that control the banana industry have created a giant monoculture. Disease is now destroying the fruit, and because natural genetic diversity has been eliminated, there is no remedy.
    36. Harmony Foundation of Canada: Positive Action for the Environment
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 1991
    37. Harms, Gregory: The Nation is Not Divided and Still Prefers Bernie Sanders
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The reportage of the presidential primaries has been heavy on personalities and the latest numbers, and light on information useful to voters. Comparisons to a horse race are apt. Were the news to take a documentary approach instead, the campaigns would be revealed as they are: something existing contrary to the public's interests.
    38. Harnish, Paul (ed.): One Earth -- Two Worlds
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1977
      Package of materials dealing with food-related themes.
    39. Harries-Jones, Peter: Towards a two-tiered knowledge society
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      On the Conservative government's actions to reduce Internet access and library access to a large portion of the population.
    40. Harriman, Ed: Hack
      Home Truths about Foreign News

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      This book is about HACKS - journalists, the men and women who fly into famines and wars and in a few days churn out stories telling the world what has been going on. It shows how HACKS work and the pressures that they face through some of the big news stories and hidden wars of the past decade. It's also about "newspeak" and double talk to square what is actually happening to the complacencies of news organisations at home. Finally, it's about how one HACK thinks; how he has picked his way through the political minefield of journalism and survived with only the loss of a few stories chopped and a few others consigned to the waste bin.
    41. Harris, John: Get your head out of the clouds
      If we allow our personal data to be stored in giant electornic centres, we deserve what we get

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Appraising the risks to personal data held in cloud computing systems.
    42. Harris, Lesley: Canadian Copyright Law
      Resource Type: Book
    43. Harris, Robin S.: Quiet Evolution
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    44. Harris, Shane: The Watchers
      The Rise of America's Surveillance State

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      An exploration of how and why the American government increasingly spies on its own citizens.
    45. Harris, Sophia: 'Feels like blackmail': Canada needs to take a hard look at its piracy notice system
      Copyright infringement notices spark fear and confusion among some Canadians

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Some anti-piracy firms routinely send out letters demanding hundreds of dollars from Canadians for alleged illegal downloads. And if they don't pay up, recipients are told they could face legal action and big fines. The problem is, people may be falsely accused and no one is under obligation to pay a settlement -- not even a penny.
    46. Harris, Tom: The end of the story
      When a prominent journalist was killed for investigating black activists, it shocked America.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      On August 2nd 2007 Chauncey Bailey was murdered, he was the first journalist in thirty years to be murdered in the U.S. in the pursuit of a story.
    47. Hartman, Trinity: Bing Liu: The Science of Detecting Fake Reviews
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The dark art of rigging reviews is widespread across the web and has even ensnared several content26 clients over the years. The temptation to post fake reviews is high for companies that sell products online. The going rate for a fake five-star review seems to be about $5. Think about it - a mere $500 could pay for 100 5-star reviews on Amazon or Yelp.
    48. Haskell, David Millard: Suppressing TVO video, stifling free speech, is making Wilfrid Laurier unsafe
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The university is wrong to castigate a grad student and teaching assistant for showing to her students a debate on TVO’s The Agenda that featured controversial professor Jordan Peterson.
    49. Haskins, Sam: Five Girls
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1968
      Photographs of five women.
    50. Hastings, Tom H: Pentagon's War on the Earth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      We are waging war. We are the Nation of War. We destroy. We kill. Everyone fears us. Fewer and fewer admire us. But our fighting forces -- and their attendant industries which manufacture the bombs, bullets, and ballistic delivery devices -- also wage a war on the clean air, clean water, and clean soil many Americans falsely regard as protected by legislation fought for by those trying to protect our environment.
    51. Hatje, Ursula: Stilkunde
      Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1965
    52. Hatuqa, Dalia: How Israel is digitally policing Palestinian minds
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Israeli authorities have been arresting and holding hundreds of Palestinians it accuses of fanning the flames of violence in the occupied West Bank and Israel.
    53. Havens, Leston: A Safe Place
      Laying the Groundwork of Psychotherapy

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Hawkin examines the practice of psychotherapy and psychiatry and asks what allows psychological healing to take place.
    54. Hawken, Paul: The Ecology of Commerce
      A Declaration of Sustainability

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    55. Hawkins, Gordon, and Zimring, Franklin E.: Pornography in a Free Society
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      An examination of public policy debates about pornography in the United States in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
    56. Hawrylko, Rosalie; Penner, Joyce; Woodward, Joan: Bisexuality and women
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1983
      We believe there is a need for a better understanding of bisexuality in the women's movement.
    57. Hayase, Nozomi: The Global Battle for Free Speech
      WikiLeaks: Bringing the First Amendment to the World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Since 2011, waves of global uprisings have been erupting as never before. The crisis of representation helped spawn decentralized movements as a manifestation of people’s aspiration to take the reins of their own destinies. For many, the presumption of legitimacy of their governments has been crumbling. What triggered this widespread global crisis? WikiLeaks was a game changer. Their publication of disclosed documents along with established media reaction showed the true face of liberal institutions and the waning effectiveness of the politics of representation.
    58. Hayase, Nozomi: WikiLeaks: Conspiracy of Governance to the Courage to Inspire
      The Moral Math of Our Time

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      WikiLeaks emerged into the limelight like a call to the conscience of humanity. They released secret documents revealing Kenyan government corruption, Iceland’s financial collapse, the criminality of US wars in the Middle East and more. Their very existence and what they revealed called into question the legitimacy of imperial power structures around the world.
    59. Hayase, Nozomi: WikiLeaks Vault 7 Reveals CIA Cyberwar and the Battleground of Democracy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      WikiLeaks dropped a bombshell on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Code-named “Vault 7”, the whistleblowing site began releasing the largest publication of confidential documents that have come from the top secret security network at the Cyber Intelligence Center.
    60. Hayse, Carol, and members of The Coalition for Positive Sexuality: Just Say Yes: The Coaltion for Positive Sexuality
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1993
      Sex education that is unapologetically pro-sex, pro-lesbian and gay, pro-woman, and pro-choice.
    61. Hayter, Teresa: Exploited Earth
      Britain's Aid and the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      Hayter's book examines British aid policy and practice and how it effects the world's forests.
    62. Hayward, Tim: The Guardian, White Helmets, and Silenced Comment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The Guardian recently published an article claiming that critical discussion of the White Helmets in Syria has been 'propagated online by a network of anti-imperialist activists, conspiracy theorists and trolls with the support of the Russian government'. Many readers were dismayed at this crude defence of a – presumably – pro-imperialist perspective, and at the unwarranted smearing of reasoned questioning based on evidence from independent journalists.
    63. Head, Mike: Snowden document confirms US-backed mass surveillance in Australia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The document obtained by the former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor confirms that the electronic surveillance agency, the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), monitors the domestic population, as well as the people and governments of many Asian countries.
    64. Healy, Jack: Denver Post Editor Who Criticized Paper's Ownership Resigns
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Chuck Plunkett said he knew that he was risking his job as the editorial page editor of The Denver Post when he wrote an impassioned editorial last month blasting the newspaper's hedge-fund owners as "vulture capitalists" who had hobbled Colorado's largest newspaper with deep layoffs and cost-cutting. On Thursday, Mr. Plunkett resigned after he said an executive who oversees the newspaper refused to run another sharp-edged editorial Mr. Plunkett had written for this Sunday's newspaper.
    65. Hearne, Vicki: Adam's Task
      Calling Animals by Name

      Resource Type: Book
    66. Heasman, Richard; Tickell, Oliver: Disused oil and gas wells wells a major source of methane
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Long-disused oil and gas wells in the US have been found to be a 'significant' source of the super greenhouse gas methane. The climate impact of oil and gas is underestimated, as this long term impact is not included in existing calculations.
    67. Hedges, Chris: The Careerists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The greatest crimes of human history are made possible by the most colourless human beings.
    68. Hedges, Chris: Crucifying Julian Assange
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Juilien Assange, who exposed the dark machinations and crimes of the US government, is now under threat of being expelled from the Equadorian Embassy. The article looks at what is happening to Assange and why the the silence over his plight is a betrayal by the press.
    69. Hedges, Chris: 'Fake News' in America
      Homegrown, and Far From New

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Details the hypocrisy of the media and Democratic party's recent outcry over 'fake news', as the loose definition encompasses well-established media practices, and may be used to attack any alternative media source.
    70. Heeney, Helen compiler: Life Before Medicare
      Canadian Experiences

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    71. Heleta, Savo: Academics can change the world -- if they stop talking only to their peers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Heleta discusses the limited audience that academics publish for and the lack of real-world impact their ideas have as a result.
    72. Helvarge, David: The War Against the Greens
      The "Wise Use" Movement, the New Right, and Anti-environmental Violence

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    73. Hendershot, Heather: Saturday Morning Censors
      Television Regulation Before the V-chip

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      Examines the history of adults' attempts to safeguard children from the violence, sexism, racism, and commercialism on television since the 1950s. By focusing on what censorship and regulation are and how they work -- rather than on whether they should exist -- Hendershot shows how adults use these processes to reinforce their own ideas about childhood innocence.
    74. Henderson, Elizabeth: Organic Farmers Are Not Anti-Science but Genetic Engineers Often Are
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Henderson argues that biotechnologists conflate anti-science with anti-genetic engineering, and that genetically engineered crops are being commercialized without proper testing.
    75. Henderson, Elizabeth; Van En, Robyn: Sharing the Harvest
      A Guide to Community Supported Agriculture

      Resource Type: Book
      Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between local farmers and nearby consumers ensuring that the farmer survives by being paid in advance at the beginning of the growing season while providing the consumer with the freshest food available.
    76. Hendricks, Steve: Come Again? Second Thoughts on My Ashley Madison Affair
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
    77. Hendrix, Jerry: Public Relations Cases
      Resource Type: Book
    78. Henerson, Mary Anne; Platt, Brian: More Than a Few Rogue Cops: the Disturbing History of Police in Schools
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Another week, another video of police abuse surfaces. This time the video shows San Antonio school resource officer Joshua Kehm body-slamming 12-year-old Rhodes Middle School student Janissa Valdez. Valdez was talking with another student, trying to resolve a verbal conflict between the two, when Kehm entered and attacked her. "Janissa! Janissa, you okay?" a student asked before exclaiming, "She landed on her face!" In a statement on the incident, co-director of the Advancement Project Judith Browne Davis wrote, "Once again, a video captured by a student offers a sobering reminder that we cannot entrust school police officers to intervene in school disciplinary matters that are best suited for trained educators and counselors."
    79. Hengari, Alfredo Tjiurimo: The return of the Herero and Nama skulls: Coming to terms with a difficult history
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      In his analysis of the failure over more than two decades to deal with the genocide, Alfredo Tjiurimo Hengari looks at the changing attitudes of Namibia’s SWAPO-led government and the role of the Namibian media as well as Germany’s evasive political posturing.
    80. Henley, Jon: Greece's solidarity movement: 'it's a whole new model - and it's working'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Citizen-run health clinics, food centres, kitchens and legal aid hubs have sprung up to fill the gaps left by austerity – and now look set to play a bigger role under a Syriza government.
    81. Henley, Jon: The village where people have dementia -- and fun
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      How is society to look after the ever-growing number of people with dementia? A curiously uplifting care home near Amsterdam may have the answers.
    82. Henneton, Thibault: The security - digital complex
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      With the rise of the Internet and the globalisation of electronic data, there has been a shift in the university-military-industrial complex to a new security-digital complex -- a public-private hybrid that is both narrower and more far-reaching.
    83. Henry, Cora: Nigerian media seek to cope with Boko Haram threat
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      This spring, everyone who knew of Adeola Akinremi's plans to travel to northeast Nigeria to report on the tens of thousands displaced by Boko Haram told him to be extremely careful. Some urged him not to go at all. But Akinremi, features editor of the independent daily ThisDay, was set on telling the victims' stories and he set out for Adamawa state the first week of May.
    84. Henry, J. David: How To Spot a Fox
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Henry shares tactics that enable weekend naturalists to approach and observe foxes unobtrusively.
    85. Henslow, Philip: Public Relations
      A Practical Guide to the Basics

      Resource Type: Book
    86. Herman, Edward S.: Fake News on Russia in the New York Times, 1917-2017
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Fake news on Russia is a Times tradition that can be traced back at least as far as the 1917 revolution.
    87. Herman, Jeff and Deborah Adams: Write the Perfect Book Proposal
      Resource Type: Book
    88. Herman, S. Edward: Golden Silences in the Propaganda System
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Propaganda shapes the flow of information in many different ways, including, obviously, the choice of the news fit to print, its placement, and the selection of authorities to make those facts credible. But equally important, and implicit in news choices, especially where there are political interests at stake and possible varying interpretations of the news, is omitting facts and ignoring sources that call the chosen (often official) perspective into question.
    89. Hern, Alex: Bitcoin's energy usage is huge - we can't afford to ignore it
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the use of cryptocurrency, its astonishingly high use of electrical power and why there is a need to take it seriously as a climate threat.
    90. Herscovici, Alan: Second Nature
      The Animal-Rights Controversy

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
      Animal-rights advocates argue that humans have no right to kill any animal, whether by hunting or farming or for medical research. Is this a cure for our ecological ills or is it a symptom of the disease? What is irrefutably logical
    91. Hervieu, Benoît: Citizen Activism Challenges Protected Media Oligopoly
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The issue of news and information is playing a central role in this upsurge of citizen unrest in Chile.
    92. Herz, Ansel: Police Go on Fishing Expedition, Search the Home of Seattle Privacy Activists Who Maintain Tor Network
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Seattle police descended on the Queen Anne condo of two outspoken privacy activists with a search warrant early this morning, leaving them shaken and upset. Jan Bultmann and David Robinson, a married couple and co-founders of the Seattle Privacy Coalition, said they were awakened at 6:15 a.m. by a team of six detectives from the SPD knocking on the door. Bultmann said were made to sit outside as the officers, who had a search warrant, examined their equipment.
    93. Herzber, Louise; Juhola, Helen: Todmorden Mills
      A Human and Natural History

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
      An urban natural history pamphlet.
    94. Herzig, Nancy; Bernabe, Rafael: Further Dialogue on Pornography
      Pornography, Censorship, Sexuality

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      The Church and right-wing groups have intensified their war on the three horsemen of immorality: abortion, gays and pornography. In the struggle against this, we have emphasized the need to oppose censorship. We have also-if appropriate or necessary-defended pornography. a freer, richer, sexuality cannot evolve by somebody (experts, feminists, socialists) legislating what liberating sex is, while censoring what falls beyond the practices so defined.
    95. Hester, Edward L.: Successful Market Research
      The Complete Guide to Getting and Using Essential Information About Your Customers and Competitors

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      This book is aimed at small business owners and potential entrepreneurs. It explains how to collect, organize, and implement current data.
    96. Hewitt, Steve: Spying 101
      The RCMP's Secret Activities at Canadian Universities 1917 - 1997

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      If you attended a Canadian university in the past eighty years, it's possible that, unbeknownst to you, Canadian security agents were surveying you, your fellow students, and your professors for 'subversive' tendencies and behaviour. Since the end of the First World War, members of the RCMP have infiltrated the campuses of Canada's universities and colleges to spy, meet informants, gather information, and on occasion, to attend classes. Why they were there is the subject of this book.
    97. Heyting, Ellen: An International Fraud
      Resource Type: Book
    98. Hickman, Leo: German brothel offers saddle-sore cyclists environmental discount
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      A Berlin brothel called Maison d'Envie, is currently offering a discount to any customer who arrives by bicycle or public transport.
    99. Higgins, Parker: Forward Secrecy Brings Better Long-Term Privacy to Wikipedia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Wikipedia readers and editors can now enjoy a higher level of long-term privacy, thanks to the Wikimedia Foundation's rollout last week of forward secrecy on its encrypted connections.
    100. Hill, John: Don't Blame the Medicine
      Use the Drug Expert Pharmacist

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    101. Hilley, John: Guardian's day of shame, and the dark depths of liberal McCarthyism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The liberal 'resistance' to Donald Trump has revealed a service media now plumbing its own dark, reactionary depths. A Guardian editorial has welcomed back to public prominence none other than George W Bush. Even for the Blair-protecting, war-apologising Guardian, it's a landmark day of shame.
    102. Himmelstein, David U.: Testimony of David U. Himmelstein, M.D. before the HELP Subcommittee
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      A single-payer reform would make care affordable through vast savings on bureaucracy and profits. As my colleagues and I have shown in research published in the New England Journal of Medicine, administration consumes 31 percent of health spending in the United States, nearly double what Canada spends. In other words, if we cut our bureaucratic costs to Canadian levels, we'd save nearly $400 billion annually - more than enough to cover the uninsured and to eliminate co-payments and deductibles for all Americans.
    103. Himmelstein, David, & Woolhandler, Steffie: The National Health Program Book
      A Source Guide for Advocates

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      Facts, statistics, and myth-debunking about the Canadian health insurance system and about competing proposals for reform of the U.S. health care system. Part I covers the Economic Context of the Health Care Crisis: Rising Costs, Declining Coverage and Incomes; Part II covers the Impact of the Crisis: Care Denied and Delayed; Part III covers the Social Cost of the American System: Poor Health care Leads to Poor Health. Part IV covers Rationing in the Midst of Plenty. Part V focuses on Exploring the Alternative: Canada's National Health Program. Part VI looks at Why Our System Costs More and Delivers Less: Administrative Waste in U.S. Health Care. Part VII deals with a National Health Program for the U.S.. Part VIII covers Paying for a National Health Program. Part IX looks at President Clinton's Plan: Making Insurance Companies the Feudal Lords of American Medicine. Part X is A Force for Change: Public Opinion on Health Care Reform. Part XI is A National Health Program for the United States: A Physicians' Proposal.
    104. Hinrichsen, Don: Our Common Future
      A Reader's Guide

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
      Explains the concept of sustainable development, presses the necessity of a more equitable international economic system, and lays bare the links between trade, environment, and development.
    105. Hirthler, Jason: Sorry, Not Sorry: Neither the Media Nor Their Owners are Going to Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Detailing the failures of the corporate media in coverage of the 2016 US election, and how these problems are systemic due to the corporate ownership structure.
    106. Hite, Shere: The Hite Report
      A Nationwide Study of Female Sexuality

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
      The results of a survey of 3,000 American women regarding their sexuality.
    107. Hite, Shere: The Hite Report on Male Sexuality
      How men feel about love, sex, and relationships

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      Research bases on a study of 7,000 American men.
    108. Ho, Mae Wan: Glyphosate is a disaster for human health
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Extensive, long running evidence for the cancer-causing effects of glyphosate, and other toxic impacts, have been ignored by regulators. Indeed as the evidence has built up, permitted levels in food have been hugely increased.
    109. Hoare, Philip: Museum and Gallery Curators Reopen the Cabinet of Curiosities Concept
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Stuffed pelicans, bell-jarred oddities and unicorn horns: the wunderkammer – or 'cabinet of curiosities' – is a macabre, colonial throwback. So why is it back in vogue?
    110. Hoare, Philip: Whale songs: shanties drag mysteries of whaling life back from the deep
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A new album of songs chronicling the lost culture of whaling reminds new audiences a forgotten way of life.
    111. Hoban, Russell: Angelica's Grotto
      Resource Type: Book
      Through the use of the internet as a plot device Hoban blurs the line between reality and fantasy. He delves into the questions of male sexuality, art and pornography and the nature of the unconscious. He categorizes normal human behaviour as complex and fragile, full of checks and balances and he delights the reader by demonstrating how these safety nets can fail. He ponders the new questions of communication for a society addicted to "surfing" and intimacy means one-on-one on line.
    112. Hobhouse, Janet: The Bride Stripped Bare
      The Artist and The Nude In The Twentieth Century

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
    113. Hochschild, Adam: Bury the Chains
      Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves

      Resource Type: Book
    114. Hochschild, Adam: Bury The Chains
      Resource Type: Book
    115. Hochschild, Adam: The Fourth Branch
      How the CIA infiltrated student politics

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Article about the CIA's influence and control over the National Student Association, a relationship that was kept secret for years.
    116. Hock, Randolph: The Extreme Searcher's Guide to Web Search Engines
      A Handbook for the Serious Searcher

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
    117. Hodal, Kate: Indonesia's Smoking Epidemic
      An old problem getting younger

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Cigarettes are a rite of passage for boys in Indonesia, where 70% of the adult male population smokes. Activists and health care professionals are advocating for age restrictions on tobacco products and a ban on tobacco advertisements.
    118. Hoffman-Andrews, Jacob: How Verizon and Turn Defeat Browser Privacy Protections
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Verizon advertising partner Turn is using Verizon Wireless's UIDH tracking header to resurrect deleted tracking cookies and share them, forming a vast web of non-consensual online tracking. The tehcnology makes it impossible for customers to control their online privacy.
    119. Hofrichter, Richard, ed: Toxic Struggles
      The Theory and Practice of Environmental Justice

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    120. Hogg, Christine: Healthy Change
      Towards Equality in Health

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      Inequalities in the length of life lived and the extent of disease as experienced by different social classes speaks to the more general inequalities of Western civilisation. GPs, hospitals and local authorities all need to be reorganized before our societies can hope to reach the WHO's greater goal of "health for all".
    121. Hoggan, James: How Propaganda (Actually) Works
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Political propaganda employs the ideals of liberal democracy to undermine those very ideals, the dangers of which, not even its architects fully understand.
    122. Hoggan, James: How Propaganda Works to Divide Us
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Political propaganda employs the ideals of liberal democracy to undermine those very ideals, the dangers of which, not even its architects fully understand.
    123. Hoggan, James; Littlemore, Richard: Climate Cover-Up
      The Crusade to Deny Global Warming

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      Tracking the global warming denial movement from its inception, public relations advisor James Hoggan (working with journalist Richard Littlemore), reveals the details of those early plans and then tracks their execution, naming names and exposing tactics in what has become a full-blown attack on the integrity of the public conversation.
    124. Hoggan, James; Litwin, Grania: I'm Right and You're an Idiot
      The Toxic State of Public Discourse and How to Clean it Up

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
    125. Hollingsworth, Jim: Global Militarism and the Environment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1991
      The connection between militarism and environmental damage.
    126. Holloway, Kali: Activists Track Down Racist Trolls Who Thought They Were Anonymous and Brilliantly Embarrass Them
      A Brazilian group is turning racist social media messages into signs everyone can see.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Recently, the Cleveland Plain Dealer announced it had turned off comments on stories about Tamir Rice because "just about every piece we published about Tamir immediately became a cesspool of hateful, inflammatory or hostile comments."
    127. Holloway, Kali: African-American Women Now Top the List of Most-Educated Group in the Country
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Statistics on black women and education have shown them leading all other gender and racial groups for a few years now. More than half of all black women specifically between the ages of 18 and 24 are enrolled in college, and black women overall outpace other race and gender groups in terms of college enrollment, according to the National Center of Education Statistics/U.S. Census numbers.
    128. Holloway, Kali: Anti-Vax Propaganda Helps Measles -- Once Eradicated -- Spread Across the Twin Cities
      Health officials expect the number of diagnoses to rise.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The anti-vaxxer misinformation campaign has led to yet another outbreak of a preventable disease. Minnesota's Department of Health has announced that 44 people in the state have been diagnosed with measles, a disease once eradicated in the United States. Forty-two of the cases are in children, most of them Somali-Americans who were never vaccinated. According to numerous sources, the outbreak is the result of a sustained anti-vaccination campaign.
    129. Holloway, Kari: Teenage Girls Increasingly Requesting Labiaplasty to Get the Perfect Designer Vagina
      Very young women are going under the knife to sculpt parts that are still growing and changing.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Never underestimate the power of beauty myths to manufacture inadequacies where before there were none. A little over a decade ago, labiaplasty -- the partial or wholesale removal of parts of the labia minora, aka the inner vaginal lips -- was a relatively obscure plastic surgery, compared with nips, tucks and lifts to various other parts. In more recent years, the number of women opting for the surgery has grown exponentially. Now very young women -- girls still in their teens -- are requesting the procedure in numbers growing so quickly that even some practitioners are concerned.
    130. Holm, Wendy; Gutstein, Donald: Draining Canada Dry
      The Continental Thirst for Canada's Water

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      The authors examine Canada's water policies and their socio-economic impact on North America.
    131. Holmes, Helen; Taras, David: Seeing Ourselves
      Media Power and Policy in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
    132. Holmstrom, Nancy: Democracy and Ecological Crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      In view of the global ecological problems which have arisen from aggressive market driven economies, the author examines what democracy and socialism really mean, and what a more environmentally responsible Post-Capitalism society might look like.
    133. Holtz, Shel: Public Relations on the Net
      Resource Type: Book
    134. Holz, Maxine: Whatever Happened to the Sexual Revolution?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
      What would a future anthropologist make of the bizarre and seemingly contradictory assortment of information on sexuality available today?
    135. Holzman, Carey: The Healthy PC
      Resource Type: Book
    136. Homer-Dixon, Thomas: Carbon Shift
      How the Twin Crises of Oil Depletion and Climate Change Will Define the Future

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      The twin crises of climate change and peaking oil production are converging on us. If they are not to cook the planet and topple our civilization, we will need informed and decisive policies, clear-sighted innovation, and a lucid understanding of what is at stake.
    137. Honachefsky, William: Ecologically Based Municipal Land Use Planning
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    138. Hoover, James: Pharma Greed Run Amuk
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Congress, especially its GOP members, created the Martin monster. Martin Shkreli is only one of the monsters the GOP Congress has created. Probably our best hope is that one or many, like Shkreli, will overreach in an outrageous greed that our government has condoned for decades. Like errant spoiled children, pharmaceuticals (Pharma) have run roughshod over an obliging Congress and a consuming public since politicians -- in effect -- gave them license to steal.
    139. Hope, Matt: 'Our Rivers are Black with Coal' - living with Siberia's mines
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the aggressive coal mining industry in Siberia where local opposition and human rights are ignored, and indigenous communities and ecosystems are being destroyed.
    140. Hopkins, CJ: Who’s Afraid of Corporate COINTELPRO?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      On November 30, 2016, presumably right at the stroke of midnight, Google Inc. unpersoned CounterPunch. They didn't send out a press release or anything. They just quietly removed it from the Google News aggregator. Not very many people noticed.
    141. Hopkins, CJ: Why Ridiculous Official Propaganda Still Works
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Chief among the common misconceptions about the way official propaganda works is the notion that its goal is to deceive the public into believing things that are not "the truth" (that Trump is a Russian agent, for example, or that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, or that the terrorists hate us for our freedom, et cetera). However, while official propagandists are definitely pleased if anyone actually believes whatever lies they are selling, deception is not their primary aim.
    142. Hopkins, Nick: China suspected of Facebook attack on Nato's supreme allied commander
      Beijing cyber-spies accused of using fake social networking accounts in bid to steal military secrets from the west

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Nato's most senior military commander has been allegedly been targeted in a Facebook scam designed to glean information about him from his colleagues, friends and family.
    143. Hopkins, Nick; Evans, Rob; Norton-Taylor, Richard: MoD staff and thousands of military officers join arms firms
      Guardian research in the aftermath of the 'jobs for generals' scandal shows extent of links between MoD and private sector

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Conflicts of interests are brought to light as senior military personnel depart the military and transition into the private sector side of the military industrial complex.
    144. Hopkins, Tom: Selling for Dummies
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    145. Horgan, John: Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More
      A science journalist takes a skeptical look at capital-S Skepticism

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      So I'm a skeptic, but with a small S, not capital S. I don’t belong to skeptical societies. I don’t hang out with people who self-identify as capital-S Skeptics. Or Atheists. Or Rationalists. When people like this get together, they become tribal. They pat each other on the back and tell each other how smart they are compared to those outside the tribe. But belonging to a tribe often makes you dumber.
    146. Horn, Steve: Fossil Fuel Industry Benefits from $20 Billion in Subsidies in the U.S.
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A new joint investigative report by Oil Change International and the Overseas Development Institute reveals that, in the United States alone, the fossil fuel industry has benefited from over $20 billion per year in government subsidies between 2008-2015.
    147. Horn, Steve: Gulf-Bound Tar Sands for Export?
      Follow the Oiltanking Trail

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The U.S. Senate failed to get the necessary 60 votes to approve the northern leg of TransCanada‘s KeystoneXL pipeline, but incoming Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell already promised it will get another vote when the GOP-dominated Senate begins its new session in 2015.
    148. Horn, Steve: Here's the PR Firm Behind ‘Your Energy America’ Front Group Pushing Atlantic Coast Pipeline
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A newly formed front group called "Your Energy America" is pushing Dominion Energy's Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline; evidence points to DDC Advocacy as the PR firm behind the group, which has known ties to the Republican Party.
    149. Horn, Steve: Newspaper Owned By Fracking Billionaire Leaks Memo Calling Pipeline Opponents Potential "Terrorists"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has produced a report titled, "Potential Domestic Terrorist Threats to Multi-State Diamond Pipeline Construction Project," dated April 7, 2017. The DHS field analysis report points to lessons from policing the Dakota Access pipeline, saying they can be applied to the ongoing controversy over the Diamond pipeline, which, when complete, will stretch from Cushing, Oklahoma to Memphis, Tennessee. While lacking "credible information" of such a potential threat, DHS concluded that "the most likely potential domestic terrorist threat to the Diamond Pipeline … is from environmental rights extremists motivated by resentment over perceived environmental destruction."
    150. Horn, Steve: Study: Fracking, Not Just Fracking Wastewater Injection, Causing Earthquakes in Western Canada
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A groundbreaking study published in Seismological Research Letters has demonstrated a link between hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") for oil and gas and earthquakes.
    151. Horowitz, Gad: Basic and Surplus Repression in Psychoanalytic Theory
      Freud, Reich and Marcuse

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    152. Horton, Richard: Second Opinion
      Diseases and decisions in modern medicine

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      The author focuses on the ills of modern medical practice, focusing on the participation patients need to have in the decision-making process involved in their treatments. He also critics the pharmaceutical industry about their prices and his involvement in global health.
    153. Howard, Carole; Mathews, Wilma: On Deadline
      Managing Media Relations

      Resource Type: Book
    154. Howard, Ross: Poisons in Public
      Case Studies of Environmental Pollution in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1980
    155. Howard, Ross; Perley, Michael: Poisoned Skies
      Who'll Stop Acid Rain?

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      The authors chronicle the decade-long struggle to get government action against acid rain - a devastating form of pollution.
    156. Hoyt, William John, Jr.: Anti-Vaccination Fever
      The Shot Hurt Around the World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Sensationalist media, religious fanatics, and alternative medical practitioners fanned the fires created by questionable research to spawn worldwide epidemics of a disease that has almost been forgotten.
    157. Htun Lin: Job makes us sick
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Corporations blame individual workers for their own state of health, which in reality is adversely impacted by unsafe work conditions individual workers have little or no control over. When management puts austerity and cost-cutting ahead of well-being, individual human beings pay the price.
    158. Htun, Lin: Workshop Talks: Reclaim our labor
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Lin discusses the precarious conditions under which healthcare labourers work.
    159. Hubbard, Jim: United in Anger
      A History of ACT UP

      Resource Type: Film
      Published: 2012
      Examines the birth and life of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people in the trenches fighting the epidemic.
    160. Hubbard, Tim; Love, James: A New Trade Framework for Global Healthcare R&D
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      The AIDS crisis has brought to public notice what has always been generally true — that the existing business model for drug development leads to high prices and unequal access. There is now widespread dissatisfaction with drug prices in both the developed and developing world.
    161. Hudson, Michael: America’s Deceptive 2012 Fiscal Cliff
      How Today’s Fiscal Austerity is Reminiscent of World War I’s Economic Misunderstandings

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      An exploration of how today’s fiscal austerity is reminiscent of World War I’s economic misconceptions.
    162. Hudson, Michael: A World at Financial War
      Will Greece Let EU Central Bankers Destroy Democracy?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The crisis for Greece – as for Iceland, Ireland and debt-plagued economies capped by the United States – is occurring as bank lobbyists demand that “taxpayers” pay for the bailouts of bad speculations and government debts stemming largely from tax cuts for the rich and for real estate, shifting the fiscal burden as well as the debt burden onto labor and industry. The financial sector’s growing power to achieve this tax favoritism is crippling economies, driving them further into reliance on yet more debt financing to remain solvent.
    163. Huebner, Al: The Global Battle Against Noise Pollution
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      Studies done in several European countries have demonstrated that noise can be a major killer. Awake or even asleep your brain and body react to sounds that increase the levels of stress hormones.
    164. Huertas, Carlos Eduardo: Know who you’re working for and why you’re working
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Colombian ICIJ member Carlos Eduardo Huertas talks about the traits of a good investigative journalist, his experience with Wikileaks and why tackling the big, important themes – and sticking to them – matters.
    165. Hughes, Kathryn: Cover story: a year of beautiful books
      Publishers are fighting back against the ebook tide with great designs

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Publishers have started building their marketing strategies around form rather than content.
      The article emphasises that the whole point of a good book design is to grab the attention of both the reader and bookseller.
    166. Hulet, Jonathan: Public Relations on the Internet
      Resource Type: Article
      This article talks about internet reviews on the internet. It provides statistics and stresses the importance of online reviews on consumer decisions. There is specific emphasis on social media.
    167. Human Rights Network for Journalists - Uganda: Three journalists suspended after hosting Ugandan opposition leader on radio show
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Three journalists were suspended over hosting an opposition presidential hopeful who is also the former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader, Dr. Kizza Besigye, on Baba FM radio, without permission from the radio management. The radio was switched off about 15 minutes into the hour-long talk show, in which Besigye was to discuss his political campaign in Busoga.
    168. Human Rights Watch: Police actions in Ferguson, U.S. interfere with freedoms of assembly, press
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Though the majority of the Ferguson protests were peacful, the police still responded with overwhelming military force. Journalists were one of thier specific targets.
    169. Hume, Christopher: A city that forgets its history is condemned to delete it
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      John Ralston Saul, author and a self-proclaimed “public intellectual,” has taken it upon himself to rescue Baldwin and LaFontaine from obscurity.
    170. Hume, Mark: The Run of the River
      Portraits of Eleven British Columbia Rivers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Mark Hume celebrates eleven B.C. rivers, but also raises questions about the cost of development and the cost of wilderness. Is it possible to have industry -- forestry, smelting, fishing, and even tourism -- and still maintain the rivers and wildlife that support them?
    171. Hume, Mick: 'Liberal' Libel Law: Still a Disgrace to Democracy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In the age of social media, our allegedly liberal libel laws might pose more of a threat to unfettered free speech than ever.
    172. Hummel, Monte: Protecting Canada's Endangered Spaces
      An Owner's Manual

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Conservationist Hummel explains what needs to be done by whom and when to protect wilderness in Canada.
    173. Hummel, Monte; Pettigrew, Sherry: Wild Hunters
      Predators in Peril

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      A passionate argument for the preservation of Canadian wildlife. Animals such as bears and wolves are in dire need of protection from the encroachments of civilisation.
    174. Hummels, David: The Will of the People Doesn’t Mean Jack Shit to the Drug Warriors
      Gangsters With Federal Pensions

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The DEA vs. voter-approved marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado.
    175. Hunt, Matthew: Cunt: The History Of The C-Word
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      A study of this ancient and powerful word.
    176. Hunt, Morton: Sexual Behavior in the 1970s
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1973
      An national survey reveals marked changes in the sex habits of Americans.
    177. Hunter, Ian M.L.: Memory
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    178. Hunziker, Robert: Arctic Death Rattle
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The warming of the Arctic negatively affects the entire Northern Hemisphere by altering jet streams at 30,000-40,000 feet altitude, which turns normal weather patterns upside down, wreaking havoc throughout the hemisphere. Even more significantly, loss of Arctic ice exposes the planet to risks of a crushing blow to the planetary ecosystem, without warning.
    179. Hunziker, Robert: The Arctic Turns Ugly
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Runaway global warming is far and away humankind's biggest nightmare, and the Arctic is the likely perpetrator. If it happens, it'll blister agricultural foodstuff before it can reach the outstretched arms of the multitudes.
    180. Hurlbert, Allen: Publication Design
      A Guide to Page Layout, Typography, Format and Style

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
    181. Hurst, Adrienne: Why the Newberry Library Is Collecting Black Lives Matter Artifacts
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Archivists hope to crowdsource historical documentation of today's civil-rights movements.
    182. Hussain, Murtaza: U.S. Newspapers Are More Than Twice As Likely to Cite Israeli Sources in Headlines Than Palestinian Ones
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2019
      A study of 50 years of news headlines on the Israel-Palestine conflict from five major American publications shows that they are biased towards the Israeli side.
    183. Hussay, Andrew: The Game of War
      The Life and Death of Guy Debord

      Resource Type: Book
    184. Husseini, Sam: The Indefinite Detention of the Progressive Voter
      The Politics of Continual Servitude

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Earlier this year President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law. It allows for the indefinite detention without trial for any U.S. citizen deemed to be a terrorist or an accessory to terrorism.
    185. Hutchins, Corey: Newspaper revenue experiment throwdown: Crowdfunding versus underwriting
      Crowdfunded beats might not work, but there are good reasons for newspapers to give them a try

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Article weighing the pros and cons of acquiring funding through crowdfunding versus underwiting for newspapers.
    186. Hutchins, Loraine, Kaahumanu, Lani (ed.): Bi Any Other Name
      Bisexual People Speak Out

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
      A collection of essays by 75 authors on bisexual identity.
    187. Hutchinson, Allen C.; Peterson, Klaus: Interpreting Censorship in Canada
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
      This book situates censorship in a larger context beyond the regular for and against arguments of censorship by providing an understanding of how censorship is practiced in Canada and the structures in our political culture which enable censorship to occur. The book has a total of 23 contributers.
    188. Hutt,Kendall: Media freedom in the Pacific - a double-edged sword
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The issue of media freedom in the Pacific has come to the fore following recent international calls for Indonesia to allow foreign journalists access to West Papua and President Joko Widodo declaring a lifting of restrictions.
    189. Huyghe, Rene (ed.): Larousse Encyclopedia of Modern Art: From 1800 to the Present Day
      Art and Mankind

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    190. Huyghe, Rene, (ed.): Art and Mankind: Larousse Encyclopdeia of Modern Art
      From 1800 to the Present Day

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1965
    191. Hvidberg, Lars: An apology for the Danish cartoon crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      One of the leading forces in the 2005–06 prophet Muhammad cartoon controversy, Danish Muslim activist Ahmed Akkari, now regrets his role as agitator and reveals a larger, more deliberate, and more vicious conspiracy behind the crisis than previously known.
    192. Hyde, Marina: Let's Point a Satellite at GCHQ and the NSA, and See How They Feel
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Turning the tables on the spy agencies would be a fitting form of radical retaliation for their webcam prurience.

    I

    1. IFJ Asia - Pacific: Defamation cases quashing press freedom in Indonesia
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliate Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (AJI) in expressing strong concern for a growing number of criminal defamation charges against the media and public officials. The IFJ and AJI express concerns for the impact such charges have against freedom of expression and call on the government to ensure such charges do not become a tool to silence critics.
    2. Ignatiev, Noel: Zionism, Antisemitism, and the People of Palestine
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Intended as a popular summary of the historical and theoretical basis of the current conflict.
    3. Illich, Ivan: Limits to Medicine: Medical Nemesis: The Expropriation of Health
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1977
    4. Ince, Darrel: Dictionary of the Internet
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      About 3600 entries, mostly jargon from networking and Internet usage, with many abbreviations and technical terms.
    5. Ince, Martin: The Rising Seas
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    6. Index on Censorship: New extremism laws would stifle free speech
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      New and vaguely defined counter-extremism laws threaten freedom of speech in the UK. Anyone who disagrees with the government can, theoretically, be banned from media exposure.
    7. Infograph: Manufactured Consent
      Power, Media and Thinktanks

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Corporations don't just shape our politics or economics, they also seek to change public opinion to serve their interests. Which corporations play the biggest role in shaping knowledge and news? What do they fund? Who do they represent? What role have they played in the rise of authoritarian populists? This infographic for State of Power 2017 exposes those 'manufacturing consent'.
    8. INSI: Peter Greste talks to INSI about media safety
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      After 400 days in Jail and public outcry, an Australian journalist has been released from a prison in Egypt. In his interview, Gretse emphasised the importance of making journalism safety a global conversation.
    9. International Consortium of Investigative Journalists: 'Standards Were Significantly Lower Than Today:' HSBC's Response
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Swiss Leaks project is based on a trove of almost 60,000 leaked files that provide details on the names, professions and value of assets of over 100,000 HSBC clients.
    10. International Federation Journalists; Committee to Protect Journalists: Global campaign aims to end violence against women journalists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) launches a global campaign to bring attention to the issue of violence against women journalists, and to call for an end to impunity for these crimes.
    11. International Federation of Journalists: IFJ condemns killing of third Syrian journalist
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has today condemned the killing of Syrian journalist Thaer al-Ajlani who died covering fighting between the Syrian army and rebels in Jobar, east of the capital, Damascus.
    12. International Federation of Journalists: Two arrested five years after journalist's disappearance
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate the Free Media Movement (FMM) welcome the arrest of two former military officials over the disappearance of Prageeth Eknaligoda. The IFJ and FMM urge the government to ensure the investigation is thoroughly completed and all those responsible are brought to justice.
    13. International News Safety Institute: Dealing with PTSD in the newsroom
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Post-traumtic stress disorder doesn't just affect combat veterans and victims of war. Approximately 20% of war correspondants are diagnosed with PTSD.
    14. International News Safety Institute: Killing the Messenger 2014
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Over the year of 2014, many reporters haev been victimized, injured and killed. This report looks at the circumstances behind some of the deaths and raises awareness for the general lack of impunity behind reporter deaths.
    15. Irelan, Patrick: What Happened to the Streetcars?
      Killed by General Motors

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      The history of how car companies bought up and destroyed public transit systems in the first half the the twentieth century to eliminate alternatives to the automobile.
    16. Irvine, Louise: What austerity has done to Greek healthcare
      "What I witnessed appalled me - and brought tears to my eyes"

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The shocking 'austerity'-imposed destruction of Greece's once proud healthcare system is a key reason Greeks have turned to Syriza, finds London GP Louise Irvine in an eye witness account.
    17. Irving, Sarah: Transitional demands
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The Transition movement aims to move us from oil dependency to local resilience, using the power of community.
    18. Ivancic,Viktor: The Most Terrifying Pressures Occur in Silence
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Ivancic narrates his prosecution by the Croatian government, which is one of the many examples of violence against Feral journalists.
    19. Ivy, Bill: A Little Wilderness
      A Natural History of Toronto

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1983

    J

    1. J., Dr.: Are cows destroying the climate?
      Film Review:

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      How not to change the world. ‘Cowspiracy’ ignores capitalism and rejects Indigenous peoples’ concerns, while denouncing everyone who eats meat.
    2. Jackowski, Rosemarie: Your Money, Or Your Life
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Single Payer will save lives, but it also will save money. The exorbitant salaries of Insurance Company CEOs will be eliminated. The profit motive for investors will be eliminated. Administrative costs will be reduced because one single payer will replace a large number of insurance companies - all with different forms, different standards, and different requirements for an endless stream of mind-numbing paper work.
    3. Jackson, Ed; Perksy, Stan (eds.): Flaunting It!
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      An anthology of articles spanning the first decade of the Canadian gay liberation periodical, The Body Politic.
    4. Jackson, John, Wallace, Barbara: Managing Wastes
      A Guide to Citizens' Involvement

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      Second editon of booklet first published in 1984, outling how citizens can involve themselves in decision-making about waste management.
    5. Jackson, Wes; Berry, Wendell: Meeting the Expectations of the Land
      Essays in Sustainable Agriculture and Stewardship

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
      Addresses the problems facing agriculture today, such as topsol erosion, lowered water tables, reliance on pesticides, dependence on machinery, the overcapitalization of agriculture, the decline of the rural economy, the energy and dollar cost as well as the health problems associated with commercial fertizlers, the shrinking number of family farms, the increasing dependence on fossil fuels.
    6. Jacob, Katherine: 44 Country Trails
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
    7. Jacobs, Andrew: In Sweeping War on Obesity,Chile Slays Tony the Tiger
      New regulations, which corporate interests delayed for almost a decade,require explicit labeling and limit the marketing of sugary foods to

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The Chilean government, facing skyrocketing rates of obesity, is waging war on unhealthy foods with a phalanx of marketing restrictions, mandatory packaging redesigns and labeling rules aimed at transforming the eating habits of 18 million people.
    8. Jacobs, Ron: Assassination Nation
      Drones and Targeted Killing

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Since the use of killer drones by the United States began, more than 3500 people have been killed. Many of those killed were civilians. The number of civilians killed depends on how one counts civilians.
    9. Jacobs, Ron: A Microcosm of the Nation - Control Unit Prisons
      Out of Control

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      A review of 'Out of Control: A Fifteen Year Battle Against Control Unit Prisons' by Nancy Kurshan.
    10. Jacobs, Ron: US and Israeli Intelligence
      Practice of Torture

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Torture by US and Israeli intelligence agencies.
    11. Jacques, Trevor; Dr. Dale; Hamilton, Michael; Sniffer: On the Safe Edge
      A Manual for SM Play

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      A handbook on safe practices in S&M play.
    12. Jamail, Dahr: When Covering Up a Crime Takes Precedence Over Human Health: BP's Toxic Gulf Coast Legacy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      On April 20, 2010, BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded. Over the next 87 days, it gushed at least 200 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, creating the worst human-made environmental disaster in US history and afflicting the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
    13. James, Deborah: Twelve Reasons to Oppose Rules on Digital Commerce in the WTO
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      US-based transnational companies in the fields of information, technology and media are working to create international rules that limit the ability of governments to put restrictions on how they make profits.
    14. Jameson, Frederic: Postmodernism, or the Logic of Late Capitalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1984
    15. Janjevic, Darko: Chaos Computer Club: Europe's biggest hackers' congress underway in Hamburg
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Some 12,000 hackers are challenging the power of Google, Facebook and Youtube to filter information and shape users' view of the world. One of them demonstrated how to hack into VW's cheating software.
    16. Janson, H.W.: The Pleasures of Painting
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1963
    17. Janson, Tore; trans. and adapted into English by Merethe Damsgard Sorensen and Nigel Vincent: A Natural History of Latin
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      Latin is the most influential language in the world. It supports the European Romance languages, English, the Roman Catholic Church, and most of the vocabulary in science-technology, law and culture.
    18. Jasiewicz, Ewa: Treading the Borders Between Life and Death
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      During Israel's Operation Cast Lead in December 2008 - January 2009, Israeli forces killed 16 emergency medical staff and injured 57. According to the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR), perhaps hundreds of those killed could have survived if emergency services had been able to access them promptly - the access denied to them can be defined as a deliberate violation of the Geneva Conventions and therefore a war crime.
    19. Jeffery, Susanne: Picture Perfect
      The Basics of Good Photography

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    20. Jeffery, Suzanne: Up against the clock: Climate, social movements and Marxism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The time frame is incredibly short. The problem is not one for future generations but for our generation, those of us who are alive now. If we continue to produce greenhouse gas emissions at the rate we have been we will have used up the carbon needed to take us to 2°C warming in the next 30 years.
    21. Jenkins, Alan C.: Wildlife in the City
      Animals, birds, reptiles, insects and plants in an urban landscape

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      From the city park to the suburban garden, from the murkiest canal to the vacant building plot or bomb site, there is an astonishing variety of wild species, mammal, bird, reptile, insect and plant-life which has either steadfastly maintained a footing alongside humans or colonized their urban areas.
    22. Jenkins, Phil: An Acre of Time
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      Phil Jenkins tells the life story of a single acre on Le Breton Flats, in Ottawa, Canada.
    23. Jenkins, Simon: So the innocent have nothing to fear? After David Miranda we now know where this leads
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The destructive power of state snooping is on display for all to see. The press must not yield to this intimidation.
    24. Jensen, Derrick: Forget Shorter Showers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Why personal change does not equal political change.
    25. Jensen, Derrick: Side with the Living
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      A note to those who would demonize nature.
    26. Jensen, Derrick: World at Gunpoint
      Or, what's wrong with the simplicity movement

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Global warming (or global climate catastrophe, as some rightly call it), as terrifying as it is, isn't first and foremost a threat. It's a consequence. we'll have a better chance of succeeding if we recognize it as a predictable (at this point) result of burning oil and gas, of deforestation, of dam construction, of industrial agriculture, and so on. The real threat is all of these.
    27. Jensen, Robert: Journalists Rock! Journalism Sucks!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Working journalists often do the best they can within institutions that place severe limits on them, in much the same way that teachers struggle. Journalists and teachers rock. The problem is the corporate and corporatized systems within which they work. Corporate-commercial news media and corporatized school systems suck.
    28. Jervey, Ben: Fossil Fuel Industry's Global Climate Science Communications Plan in Action: Polluting the Classroom
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Fossil Fuel Industry promotes a plan in U.S. schools to address global climate change. Their plan includes denial, doubt and promoting the merits of fossil fuel.
    29. Jha, Alok: False positives: fraud and misconduct are threatening scientific research
      High-profile cases and modern technology are putting scientific deceit under the microscope

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Better detection tools and a rising retraction rate suggest scientific fraud may be widespread.
    30. Jha, Alok: Poverty saps mental capacity to deal with complex tasks, say scientists
      Study suggests being preoccupied with money problems is equivalent to loss of 13 IQ points or losing a night's sleep

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      People who are poor expand so much mental energy on the immediate problem of paying bills or cutting costs that they are left with less capacity to deal with other complex but important problems.
    31. Jin, Ha: The Writer as Migrant
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      Chinese born Ha Jin discusses the ways in which nationality and culture, exile and emigration affect the course of a writer's life career and influence the work he produces.
    32. Joel, Mitch: How to get media attention in one easy step (and it's free)
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      Knowing who to reach out to in the media is becoming an increasingly more complex task.
    33. Johanna, Brenner: Selling Sexual Services: A Socialist Feminist Perspective
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The current debate about sex work among feminists generates more heat than light. Accusations of bad faith fly back and forth across the two sides, research findings are mobilized to undercut the other side even when the research itself is limited by its methods and scope, different sex worker voices are authorized by each side as either genuine or manipulated, depending on whose position those voices seem to support.
    34. John Howard Society: Perspectives on Canadian Drug Policy Volume 1
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
      A symposium of articles on issues of drug addiction and treatment in Canada. Articles include "Substance Abuse and Crime," "Canada's Drug Laws: Prohibition Is Not the Answer," and "Drug Policy in Canada: War if Neccessary But Not Neccessarily War."
    35. Johnson, Adam: Election Meddling
      Bad if Done to USA, Bad to Complain About if Done by USA

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Describing the contradictions in media coverage of, and attitudes toward, outside meddling in US elections versus US interference in foreign elections.
    36. Johnson, Adam: In Run-Up to Vote to End Yemen War, MSNBC Remains Totally Silent
      MSNBC outflanked from the left by Breitbart

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Johnson expresses concern about the lack of MSNBC coverage of the role of the USA in the conflict in Yemen since 2015.
    37. Johnson, Adam: NPR Runs IDF Playbook, Spinning Killing of 17 Palestinians
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The article looks at the NPR reporting on the killing of 17 palestinians, which follows a pro-Israel bias that dates back for years.
    38. Johnson, Adam: Shotgun Pointed at Black Children Trivialized as 'Confederate Flag Incident'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      How a story is framed is as important -- if not more so -- than the content of an article. Sixty percent of Americans don't read past the headline and 60 percent of Americans share articles on social media without reading them. How a story is teed up to the reader is an essential element in how our media shape our understanding of the news.
    39. Johnson, Adam: Some Pundits Think the Solution to Right-Wing Populism Is Less Democracy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The core orthodoxies of neoliberalism are under attack by populist forces, and commentators are scrambling for a response. Some are suggesting more left-wing red meat. Others, a moment of self-reflection. But a number of pundits are doing that most noxious of political commentary pastimes -- equating right and left responses to the failures of globalization and advocating that "elites" should fight back against the forces of inconvenient democracy.
    40. Johnson, Alex: Improbable libraries: unusual places to bury your head in a book
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Alex Johnson looks at the imaginative forms the modern library takes.
    41. Johnson, Bobbie: US games company sues British blogger
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      In an internet defamation case that lawyers say could set an "extraordinary precedent", an American games company is suing a British blogger in the Australian courts.
    42. Johnson, Dave: Finding Your Photos Online
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      It turns out that there are a couple of ways to keep an eye on your photos.
    43. Johnson, Ian: How to uncover your family's military roots
      Digitized records help Canadians leaf out family tree military history

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Researching a family's military history used to be a real challenge, but as more and more paper archives go digital and are transferred to the internet, it's becoming possible for anyone to leaf out a family tree in surprising detail by using a few tricks and knowing where to look.
    44. Johnson, Jake: Climate-Driven 'Bugpocalypse'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      An alarming report published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) shows that in addition to annihilating hundreds of mammal species, the climate crisis has also sparked a global "bugpocalypse" that will only continue to accelerate in the absence of action to stop planetary warming.
    45. Johnson, K.C.: Sanday's Structure
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Peggy Reeves Sanday's column could be confused with a parody of extreme political correctness.
    46. Johnson, Lisa: Thousands of Atlantic salmon escape fish farm near Victoria after nets damaged
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Thousands of Atlantic salmon escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria, BC after facilities containing an estimated 305,000 fish were damaged at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Island.
    47. Johnson, Martha (Editor): Lore
      Capturing Traditional Environmental Knowledge

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    48. Johnson, Paul E.; Wilentz, Sean: The Kingdom of Matthias
      A Story of Sex and Salvation in 19th-Century America

      Resource Type: Book
      In 1834 outside New York City, a cult centered around Matthias the Prophet was linked to theft, sexual relations, inferiority of women, and murder.
    49. Johnson, Phillip E.: Harter's Precept: Review of The Social Misconstruction of Reality: Validity and Verification in the Scholarly Community
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      Hamilton gives three major examples of erroneous theses that gained the status of fact in social science despite the absence of evidentiary support: (1) Max Weber's thesis that the Protestant Ethic spurred the advance of capitalism; (2) the widely accepted thesis that Hitler's main electoral support came from the lower middle classes (the despised petit bourgeoisie of Marxism); and (3) Michel Foucault's thesis that the modern prison evolved not as a more humane alternative to the cruel physical punishments of earlier centuries, but as part of a wide-ranging scheme by sinister forces to enforce a pervasive social conformity.
    50. Johnson, Tim: Security experts urge clients to stop using Yahoo Mail after spying report
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Yahoo is once again under scrutiny after a report that at the behest of the U.S. government, its engineers had written software to scan every email message sent and received by its users.
    51. Johnston, Devin: Alexa Traffic Rankings
      Resource Type: Article
      Alexa's data collection methods are deeply flawed, leading to wildly inaccurate traffic statistics.
    52. Jones, Ed: Five reasons why we don't have a free and independent press in the UK and what we can do about it
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Exposes the power structures and entities that exert influence over the UK press, and proposes ways that influence might be subverted.
    53. Jones, James H.: Alfred C. Kinsey: A Public/Private Life
      Resource Type: Book
    54. Jones, Keith: Five years since Canada's constitutional coup
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Five years ago today, Canada’s Conservative government used the arbitrary powers of the un-elected governor-general to shut down Canada’s parliament so as to prevent the opposition parties from defeating the government in a non-confidence vote.
    55. Jones, Pete: Western Uganda: crop-raiding elephants call for plan bee
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Attempts to stop the destruction of farmers' crops around Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park had failed until research into elephant reactions to bees provided an answer.
    56. Jordan, Joel: A Witness to Destroying Schools
      Book Review

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Book Review of "Schoolhouse Shams: Myths and Misinformation in School Reform" by Peter Downs.
    57. Judd, W.W.; Speirs, J. Murray: A Naturalist's Guide to Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
    58. Jumah, Saunders: German denial of Herero genocide
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The Germans’ inhuman treatment of the Namibian delegation is only the most recent in a long history of injustice and disrespect towards African peoples. It is more than time, writes Saunders Jumah, for Africans to stand together, demand fair and equal treatment according to international law, and refuse exploitation by anyone.
    59. Juno, Andrea; Vale, V.: Bob Flanagan: Supermasochist
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    60. Jäcklein, Wolf: Ten threats to Europeans
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Ten contemporary social, economic and political issues posing threats to European citizens.

    K

    1. K'necht, Alan: Making Forms Perform
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      A good form is one that is easy to complete from the user perspective, but not the technical perspective. One area frequently missed during testing is how user-friendly and accessible the form is.
    2. Kael, Pauline: Reeling
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1976
    3. Kaiser, Charles: Larry Kramer's Case Against "Queer"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Part of Kramer's objection to queer theory is that he thinks it crowds out more important gay history, preventing it from getting the attention it deserves at the university level.
    4. Kale, Vidyut: P. Sainath has won the World Media Summit Award
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      P. Sainath is the winner of World Media Summit Global Award for Excellence 2014 in the Public Welfare category. The WMS awards are described as the "first comprehensive news awards covering multiple media formats, including press, photo, video and integrated media to honour “truth, objectivity and excellence” in journalism".
    5. Kamal, Baher: Rights of Indigenous Peoples 'Critical' to Combat Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Details the intersection between climate change and the defense of rights for indigenous peoples.
    6. Kamdar, Adi; Reitman, Rainey; Schoen, Seth: NSA Turns Cookies (And More) Into Surveillance Beacons
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      These Google cookies - known as 'PREF' cookies - last two years and can uniquely identify you. The NSA is using this to enable remote exploitation (hacking into people’s computers) - an act aided by the ability to uniquely identify individuals on the Internet.
    7. Kamins, Alexandra; Rowcliffe, Marcus; Restif, Olivier: Ebola: don't blame the bats!
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Bats serve as a natural reservoir for the Ebola - but we cannot blame them for the epidemic. In Ghana alone people eat over 100,000 fruit bats a year as 'bushmeat', yet the country has escaped the epidemic. Much more research is needed to discover the mechanisms of transmission, and to devise effective, appropriate interventions.
    8. Kampmark, Binoy: Amazon's Initiative: Digital Assistants, Home Surveillance and Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at technological developments such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, which are less innovations than intrusive tools utilized by big data companies to mine personal information and condition human approaches to the way information is shared.
    9. Kampmark, Binoy: The Case that Dare Not Speak Its Name: the Conviction of Cardinal Pell
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Cardinal Pell, a high-ranking official of the Catholic Church and financial grand wizard of the Vatican, was found guilty on December 11, 2018 of historical child sexual abuses pertaining to two choir boys from the 1990s. But details remain sketchy.
    10. Kampmark, Binoy: Dances of Disinformation: the Partisan Politics of the Integrity Initiative
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2019
      The Integrity Initiative - a supposedly non-partisan agency aiming at dismantling state sponsored misinformation - was exposed as funded by a UK government agency to undermine the opposition. This brings into question the plausibility of an impartial or apolitical playing field.
    11. Kampmark, Binoy: Fake News Inquiry: Old Wine in New Bottles
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A criticism of a recent investigation by the UK's Culture, Media and Sports committee into 'fake news' and public persuasion by false propaganda, describing the challenges of identifying or preventing the dissemination of fake news.
    12. Kampmark, Binoy: Surveillance USA
      NSA and the PRISM Project

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The government is merrily going about its business of keeping tabs on you in virtually every conceivable way.
    13. Kandutsch, Carl E: The Obliteration of Privacy
      Snowden and the NSA

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      It’s remarkable how little outrage Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations have provoked in the American public. One often heard response is something like, “Well, I don’t have anything to hide, so I don’t care if the government is listening to what I say. And if they catch some terrorists, so much the better.”
    14. Karen Hein & Teresa Foy Digeronimo: AIDS:
      Trading Fears for Facts: A Guide for Teens

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    15. Karlen, Tommy: Basic Craft Techniques
      Resource Type: Book
    16. Karlin, Mark: The Economy of an Ecological Society Will Be at the Service of Humanity
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      What would a truly just, equal and ecologically sustainable future look like? Why would it require a change in our economic system, namely the end of capitalism? Fred Magdoff and Chris Williams answer these questions in Creating an Ecological Society: Toward a Revolutionary Transformation.
    17. Karstad, Aleta: A Place to Walk
      A Naturalist's Journal of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Karstad, a naturalist and painter and her husband a herpetologist spent a spring and summer along the lake Ontario shoreline. The resulting product gives us a book filled with drawings, paintings and recordings of the wildlife, flora and fauna. There is also a history of human settlement along the lake and its impact on the natural environment.
    18. Kashwan, Prakash: To conserve tropical forests and wildlife, protect the rights of people who rely on them
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Who are the best guardians of forests and other wild places? Governments? Conservation NGOs? Corporations? No, writes Prakash Kashwan, it's the indigenous peoples who have lived in harmony with their environment for millennia. But to be able do so, they must first be accorded rights to their historic lands and resources, both in law and in practice.
    19. Katbamna, Mira: Half a man beats none
      In Russia and Mongolia, women don't shy away from polygamy

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Investigation into the socio-economic motivations behind the movement to legalize polygamy. There are fewer men than women in Russia and Mongolia due to economic migration and alcoholism. Both urban and rural women choose relationships that look like polygamy.
    20. Katjavivi, Peter H.: The significance of the repatriation of Namibian human skulls
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      In October 2011, the skulls of Namibian ancestors were returned to their country of origin.
    21. Katz, Elliott; illustrated by Leong Lueng: Great Country Walks Around Toronto
      Within reach by public transit

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    22. Katzen, Mollie: The New Enchanted Broccoli Forest
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    23. Kaulbach, Hermann: Hermann Kaulbach Bilderbuch
      Resource Type: Book
    24. Kawachi, Ichiro; Daniels, Norman; Robinson, Dean E.: Health Disparities By Race And Class: Why Both Matter
      Health Affairs, 24, no. 2 (2005): 343-352

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      This essay examines three competing causal interpretations of racial disparities in health. The first approach views race as a biologically meaningful category and racial disparities in health as reflecting inherited susceptibility to disease. The second approach treats race as a proxy for class and views socioeconomic stratification as the real culprit behind racial disparities. The third approach treats race as neither a biological category nor a proxy for class, but as a distinct construct, akin to caste. The essay points to historical, political, and ideological obstacles that have hindered the analysis of race and class as codeterminants of disparities in health.
    25. Kawas, Hanna: A Letter to CBC: Your Biased Coverage of the Land Day Massacre
      The following letter was sent yesterday to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation regarding their biased coverage of the Land Day massacre

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Chairperson of the Canada Palestine Association, Hanna Kawas, presents a letter to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, alleging editorial interference by pro-Israel lobbying group 'Honest Reporting Canada' in their coverage of the land day killings of unarmed civilians by Israeli government forces.
    26. Kay, John: Why Firms Succeed
      Choosing Markets and Challenging Competitors to Add Value

      Resource Type: Book
      Kay identifies four aspects of corporate strategy: innovation, reputation, strategic assets, and architecture.
    27. Kay, Johnathan: White & guilty: 'Whiteness' workshop helps expose your inner racist
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      While politically correct campus activists often come across as smug and single-minded, I realized, their intellectual life might more accurately be described as bipolar -- combining an ecstatic self-conception as high priestesses who pronounce upon the racist sins of our society, alongside extravagant self-mortification in regard to their own fallen state.
    28. Ke Vera; Siedlecka, Jolanta; Syrokomla, Mathew: Mosaic in Media
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    29. Kearney, Mark; Ray, Randy: The Great Canadian Book of Lists
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
    30. Keats, Robert: The Border Guide
      A Guide to Living , Working, and Investing Across the Border

      Resource Type: Book
    31. Keck, Jennifer; Dauphinais, Denriette; Lewko, John: Critical Paths
      Organizing on health Issues in the community

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    32. Keeble, Richard Lance: How The Press Hides The Global Crimes Of The West: Corporate Media Coverage Of Chad
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      One of the essential functions of the corporate media is to marginalise or silence acknowledgement of the history -- and continuation -- of Western imperial aggression. The coverage of the recent sentencing in Senegal of Hissène Habré, the former dictator of Chad, for crimes against humanity, provides a useful case study. The verdict could well have presented the opportunity for the media to examine in detail the complicity of the US, UK, France and their major allies in the Middle East and North Africa in the appalling genocide Habré inflicted on Chad during his rule - from 1982 to 1990. After all, Habré had seized power via a CIA-backed coup.
    33. Keim, Albert: Compulsory Education and the Amish
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
      Discusses the struggles of the Amish for their own schools.
    34. Keith, Lierre; Jensen, Derrick: The Emperor's New Penis
      The Same Sexual Threats, the Same Silence for Women

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Right now the gender fundamentalists are doing their best to shut down dialogue. They've damaged books — books that don’t even mention their concern — pressured bookstores, and silenced speakers scheduled at universities. It should come as no surprise that they are using the final tactics of all fundamentalists: bullying, threats, assault. And they've done this with increasing frequency and intensity. How long does it take to see the pattern?
    35. Kelly, Frank; Kelly, Julia: Air pollution may be damaging children's brains - before they are even born
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Aside causing respiratory and cardiovascular damage, air pollution has also an impact on the brains and nervous systems of unborn children whose mothers suffer high levels of exposure.
    36. Kelly, Joan: The Pleasure's All Mine
      The Memoir of a Professional Submissive

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    37. Kelly, Petra: Thinking Green! Essays on Environmentalism, Feminism and Non-volence
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    38. Kelly, Sharon: Top Shale Fracking Executive: We Won't Frack the Rich
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Fracking companies deliberately keep their wells away from the "big houses" of wealthy and potentially influential people, a top executive from one of the country's most prominent shale drilling companies told a gathering of attorneys at a seminar on oil and gas environmental law.
    39. Kelly, Steve: Quiet, Please! The Latest Threat to the Big Wild
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the growing problem of noise pollution in Glacier National Park in Montana, where each summer helicopters carrying tourists fly low over the landscape.
    40. Kemp, Martin: The Oxford History of Western Art
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    41. Kemp, Melody: Asia Inhales While the West Bans the Deadly Carcinogen
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Asbestos, a known carcinogen banned in much of the world, is a common and dangerous building block in much of Asia's development and construction boom. This white powder causes 100,000 occupational deaths per year, according to Medical News Today.
    42. Kemp, Penny; et al: Europe's Green Alternative
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      The authors propose a continent of autonomous regions that are economically decentralized, feminist and underpinned by nonviolent social structures.
    43. Kendall, Robert: Public Relations Campaign Strategies
      Planning for Implementation

      Resource Type: Book
    44. Kendrick, Walter: The Secret Museum
      Pornography in Modern Culture

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      Kendrick looks at the idea of pornography since the word was coined a century and a half ago, concentrating less on the books and pictures that have instigated battles over "pornography" than on what people thought and felt about them.
    45. Kennedy, Eugene; Charles, Sara C.: On Becoming a Counselor
      A Basic Guide for Nonprofessional Counselors and Other Helpers

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      A resource for those who, without extensive psychological training, must deal with troubled individuals.
    46. Kenner, Robert (director): Merchants of Doubt (film)
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2015
      Inspired by the book by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway, Merchants of Doubt takes audiences on an illuminating ride into the heart of American spin, lifting the curtain on a secretive group of pundits-for-hire who present themselves in the media as scientific authorities - yet have the contrary aim of spreading maximum confusion about well-studied public threats ranging from toxic chemicals to pharmaceuticals to climate change. 1 hr 36 min.
    47. Kenrick, Justin: Everyone is the Mother of Victory
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Everyone is the mother of victory; No one is the father of defeat. Do we claim COP21 as a success, and risk watching it being used by fossil fuel failures to carry on burning humanity, and so become complicit in defeat?
    48. Kent, Peter: Search Engine Optimization for Dummies
      2nd Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      An introduction to search engine optimization.
    49. Kerr, Clark: The Uses of the University
      Resource Type: Book
    50. Kersten, Axel: Tourism and regional development in Mexico and Chiapas after NAFTA
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
    51. Kertesz, Andre: Andre Kertesz
      Aperture Masters of Photography

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
    52. Kettle, Martin; Wedderburn, Dorothy: Eric Hobsbawm 1917-2012
      Historian in the Marxist tradition with a global reach

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The historian Eric Hobsbawm dies at 95.
    53. Kevles, Barbara: Basic Magazine Writing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
      Covers the A to Z of magazine writing in a readable manner and offers hints for the advanced as well as beginning magazine writer.
    54. Key, Wilson Brian: Subliminal Seduction
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    55. Keys, David: How the British Government subjected thousands of people to chemical and biological warfare trials during Cold War
      Historians had previously thought that such operations were much less extensive

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      During the Cold War, the British Government used the general public as unwitting biological and chemical warfare guinea pigs on a much greater scale than previously thought, according to new historical research.
    56. Keyser, Esther S.; with John S. Keyser: Paddling My Own Canoe
      The Story of Algonquin Park's First Female Guide

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
      An account of a life-long relationship with Algonquin Park.
    57. Keziere, Robert; Hunter, Robert: Greenpeace
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    58. Khalek, Rania: British Government-Funded Outlet Offered Journalist $17,000 a Month to Produce Propaganda for Syrian Rebels
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The Revolutionary Forces of Syria media office, a major Syrian opposition media outfit and frequent source of information for Western media, is funded by the British government as a propaganda outlet.
    59. Khan, Faisal: The Weaponization of Social Media
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      How the online environment and social media is being used as a political weapon, notably through the use of 'Bots'.
    60. Khemani, Ashim; Carlyle, Robert: Global Health Care Systems
      A perspective on issues, practices and trends among OECD nations

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      Provides a comprehensive look at the issues, practices and trends that make up the health care systems among the highly developed, industrialized countries of the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
    61. Kibria, ASMG: As rivers re-open to shipping, oil threat to Bangladesh's Sundarbans forest continues
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Bangladesh's Sundarbans forest, home of incredibly rich biodiversity, is under unprecedented threat, writes ASMG Kibria. The recent oil tanker capsize on the Shela river puts the forest at risk of widespread biodiversity loss, but just this week, the authorities re-opened the Shela river to shipping with no restrictions on hazardous cargoes.
    62. Kilgore, James: The Terrifying World of Electronic Monitoring
      From Drone Strikes to Martha Stewart

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Electronic monitoring is about tracking and marking. The GPS technology that is trending in electronic monitors tracks people’s every movement with the purpose of marking them for punishment if they deviate from the program
    63. Kilian, Crawford: Harper's Seven-Year War on Science
      Chris Turner's treatise on Tory anti-empiricism should spark outrage. But those in power won't see it.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
    64. Killy, Walther: Deutscher Kitsch
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    65. Kilpatrick, Connor: Victory Over the Sun
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Postwar America's greatest environmentalist Tony Mazzocchi (who passed away in 2002) was a labour leader.
    66. Kinder, Chris: Outrage Against Big Pharma! Activists Protest "Obscene" Conference
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      It was in their fancy tailored suits and with suspicious eyes that Big Pharma CEO's and investors got interrupted by protestors as they came and went from the (too-big-to-fail) JP Morgan-sponsored conference on "health care" (read: profit care) at the elite Westin St. Francis hotel on Union Square in San Francisco on Monday, the 11th of January 2016.
    67. King, Anthony; Crewe, Ivor: The Blunders of Our Governments
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2013
      King and Crewe open our eyes to the worst government horror stories and explain why the British political system is quite so prone to appalling mistakes.
    68. King, Geoffrey: Journalist faced prison for posting media relations number
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Carlos Miller founder and publisher of Photography is Not a Crime, a leading blog about free speech and press rights in the U.S., Miller has made it his mission to publicize examples of government overreach and the suppression of journalists' and other newsgatherers' rights.
    69. King, Tom: OCCRP Launches New Search Engine for Investigative Journalists
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), a non-profit network of investigative journalism centers in Europe and Eurasia, has launched a new data platform to enable journalists and researchers to sift more than 2 million documents and use the findings in their investigations. People using the new data platform, called ID Search, will be able to set up email alerts notifying them when new results appear for their searches or for persons tracked on official watchlists. They can also create their own private watchlists.
    70. King, Victoria: Big firms to get hotline to ministerial 'buddies'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Plans are under way to give the heads of the UK's 50 top companies a hotline to individual government ministers. The Department for Business said the idea - designed to boost investment - had been welcomed by the companies.
    71. Kingston, Tom: State and mafia take their cut as Italians develop gambling habit
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Economic crisis and legalisation of slot machines help drive 20-fold rise in spending over a decade.
    72. Kinnersly, Patrick: Hazards of Work: How to Fight Them
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1973
    73. Kinosian, Janet: The Well-Rested Woman
      60 Soothing Suggestions for Getting a Good Night's Sleep

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    74. Kinsey, Alfred C.; Pomeroy, Wardell B.: Sexual Behavior in the Human Female
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    75. Kinsman, Gary: The Regulation of Desire
      Homo and Hetero Sexualities

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      A survey of the history of sexuality in Canada.
    76. Kirby, Alex: Leave most fossil fuels in the ground, or fry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      For the world to meet its climate goals, a third of the world's oil, half its gas and 80% of its coal must stay underground.
    77. Kirby, Kathleen: Eyes on Congress
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Democratic majorities in both chambers have improved the outlook for long-awaited media initiatives. Kathleen Kirby discusses Freedom of Information Issues pending in the 111th Congress.
    78. Kirk, Karin: Changing minds on a changing climate
      What Makes Climate Science Deniers Change Their Minds?

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Reddit commenters point to reasons they went from being climate contrarians to having confidence in mainstream climate science.
    79. Kirkman, David M.: How to Use and Display Your Pictures
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1983
    80. Kirschmann, John D.; Dunne, Lavon J.: Nutrition Almanac
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
    81. Kiss & Tell: Her Tongue on My Theory
      Images, Essays and Fantasies

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      This book is a compilation of photos, lesbian sexual fantasies and political/analytical writing about queer culture by a collective of three artists.
    82. Kister, Kenneth: Kister's Best Encyclopedias
      A Comparative Guide to General and Specialized Encyclopedias

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    83. Kivel, Paul: Anger, Power, Violence, and Drugs
      Breaking the Connections

      Resource Type: Book
      Contains 41 exercises to help clients: Understand the connections between anger, violence, power, and drugs; eliminate violence in their reponses to others; identify and express their anger without violence.
    84. Klare, Michael T.: Climate Change As Genocide
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Is this what a world battered by climate change will be like—one in which tens of millions, even hundreds of millions of people perish from disease, starvation, and heat prostration while the rest of us, living in less exposed areas, essentially do nothing to prevent their annihilation?
    85. Klein, David A.: Damm, Barbara K.H.: A Dictionary for Housing Co-operatives
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1986
    86. Klein, David; illustrated and edited by Stephanie McMillan: Capitalism & Climate Change
      The Science and Politics of Global Warming

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      An excellent primer, from a radical perspective, on what the ecological crisis is about and what is causing it.
    87. Klein, Naomi: Naomi Klein: To fight climate change we must fight capitalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Interview with Naomi Klein, the author of "This Changes Everything."
    88. Klein, Naomi: This Changes Everything
      Capitalism vs the Climate

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      Klein says that climate change cannot be confronted unless we confront capitalism. She says that we can seize this existential crisis to transform our failed system and build something radically better.
    89. Klein, Naomi: What's really at stake at the Paris climate conference now marches are banned
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The decision to ban demonstrations at the Paris Climate Conference in the wake of the attacks will marginalize those who are most affected by climate change.
    90. Kleinman, Zoe: The computer virus that blackmails you
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Ransomware is the fastest growing form of computer malware, experts warn.
    91. Kleinschmid, Horst: The absence of reconciliation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Namibian-born Horst Kleinschmidt provides challenging observations and personal family history linked to the colonial era. Urging both Germany and German-speaking Namibians to confront their past honestly, he offers examples of apologies made in similar circumstances, and guidelines for reconciliation and redress.
    92. Kleiser, Grenville: Impressive Phrases
      Resource Type: Article
    93. Kline, David: The Lessons of Amish Agriculture
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1987
      Amish agriculture offers valuable eco-lessons to those interested in organic, earth-friendly farming.
    94. Klots, Elsie B.: The New Field Book of Freshwater Life
      The most comprehensive guide to the recognition and study of the aquatic plants and animals of North America north of Mexico

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1966
    95. Kluckner, Michael: Paving Paradise
      Is British Columbia Losing Its Heritage?

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    96. Kneen, Brewster: Farmageddon
      Food and the Culture of Biotechnolgy

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
      Kneen explains how corporations control the distribution of food with little knowledge or care of the health risks of engineered food.
    97. Knezevic, Milana: Young bloggers jailed for over 2 months without charge
      Six members of blogging group Zone 9 and three other journalists could could face terrorism charges in one of the world's deadliest countrie

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Six young social/political issues bloggers were jailed in Ethiopia, the worlds 3rd worst jailer for journalists, without charge.
    98. Knight, Charles: The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Ask anyone which search engine they use to find information on the Internet and they will almost certainly reply: "Google." Look a little further, and market research shows that people actually use four main search engines for 99.99% of their searches: Google, Yahoo!, MSN, and Ask.com (in that order). But in my travels as a Search Engine Optimizer (SEO), I have discovered that in that .01% lies a vast multitude of the most innovative and creative search engines you have never seen. So many, in fact, that I have had to limit my list of the very best ones to a mere 100.
    99. Knight, Sam: The incredible plan to make money grow on trees
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      One of the most cutting-edge projects to tackle climate change is being pioneered in one of the most remote, undeveloped countries on earth. Does it have any hope of succeeding?
    100. Knowles, Elizabeth; Elliott, Julia: The Oxford Dictionary of New Words
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      If you want to know the hot words of the Eighties and Nineties then this dictionary is a requirement. It covers over 20,000 high-profiled words and phrases.
    101. Koch, Eric: Inside Seven Days
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
      The story of This Hour Has Seven Days, a CBC public affairs television program that dominated the Canadian airwaves from October 1964 to May 1966.
    102. Koehler, Robert: Poverty, Militarism and the Public Schools
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      What's the difference between education and obedience? If you see very little, you probably have no problem with the militarization of the American school system -- or rather, the militarization of the impoverished schools ... the ones that can't afford new textbooks or functional plumbing, much less art supplies or band equipment. My town, Chicago, is a case study in this national trend.
    103. Koestler, Arthur: The Act of Creation
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    104. Kofman, Ava: Google's 'Smart City of Surveillance' Faces New Resistance in Toronto
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A plan to develop 12 acres of the valuable waterfront just southeast of downtown Toronto
      by the government agency Waterfront Toronto and Sidewalk Labs, owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. has sparked concerns about privacy and lack of public consultation. A recent slew of resignations from its board has made these concerns increasingly urgent and public.
    105. Kofman, Ava: Real-Time Face Recognition Threatens to Turn Cops' Body Cameras Into Surveillance Machines
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      For years, the development of real-time face recognition has been hampered by poor video resolution, the angles of bodies in motion, and limited computing power. But as systems begin to transcend these technical barriers, they are also outpacing the development of policies to constrain them. Civil liberties advocates fear that the rise of real-time face recognition alongside the growing number of police body cameras creates the conditions for a perfect storm of mass surveillance.
    106. Kokeji, Milind: Media: Agents of Brands-Not of Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Non-implementation of the Millenium Development Goals (MdG's) is akin to 100 jumbo jets crashing everyday and a tsunami hitting a country each week. Every year, 10 million children die before they reach the age of five, as 8 million people suffer from hunger. Poverty claims more victims than war does. Actually, this is enough diet for the media, which is ever hungry for sensationalism, to get attracted towards MDG's. Still, it is not, and in all probabilities it would not.
    107. Kolbert, Elizabeth: Field Notes from a Catastrophe
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      A readable account of the development of the science of global warming, alongside shocking vignettes that demonstrate the rapidly altering effects climate change is having on our world.
    108. Kolbert, Elizabeth: The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      An examination of how we have come to understand the concept of extinction and how we have come to recognize our role in it.
    109. Kollontai, Alexandra: Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle
      Love and New Morality

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    110. Komanaff, Charles, Shaw, Howard: Drowning in Noise: Noise Costs of jet skis in America
      A Report for the Noise Pollution Clearinghouse

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      An analysis of the value of the lost enjoyment that jet ski noise introduces into beach environments.
    111. Koppel, Tom; photos by Mike Glass: Preserving the fruits of yesteryear: rescuing old species of apples
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1993
      Most of the varieties our grandparents cherished have already been lost. A dedicated band of growers wants to rescue what remains.
    112. Koren, Leonard; Meckler, R. Wippo: Graphic Design
      Mix & Match Recipes for Faster, Better Layouts

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    113. Kors, Alan Charles; Silvergate, Harvey: The Shadow University
      The Betryal of Liberty on America's Campuses

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1999
      Universities once believed themselves to be sacred enclaves, where students and professors could debate the issues of the day and arrive at a better understanding of the human condition. Today, sadly, this ideal of the university is being quietly betrayed from within. Universities still set themselves apart from American society, but now they do so by enforcing their own politically correct worldview through censorship, double standards and a judicial system without due process. Faculty and students who threaten the prevailing norms may be forced to undergo "thought reform."In a surreptitious about-face, universities have become the enemy of a free society, and the time has come to hold these institutions to account.
    114. Korton, David C: The Great Turning
      From Empire to Earth Community

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
    115. Koso-Thomas, Olayinka: The Circumcision of Women
      A Strategy for Eradication

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
      African women have begun in recent years to research and campaign against the practice of female circumcision. Dr. Koso-Thomas shows that female circumcision is not confined to the Horn of Africa, or the Muslim areas of the Continent. Her study of the practice in Sierra Leone demonstrates its important role in the traditional initiation of females into both womanhood and society in parts of West Africa. She sets out proposals to end the crippling of women by this operation.
    116. Kovach, Bill and Rostentiel, Tom: The Elements of Journalism
      What Newspeople Should Know and the Public Should Expect, Completely Updated and Revised

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      The Elements of Journalism delineates the core principles shared by journalists across media, even across cultures. These principles flow from the essential function news plays in people's lives. This new edition, published April 2007, is completely updated and revised and includes a new 10th principle--the rights and responsibilites of citizens -- flowing from new power conveyed by technology to the citizen as a consumer and editor of their own news and information.
    117. Kovalik, Daniel: The Selective Compassion of the Media & Human Rights Establishment
      Ignoring the Victims of State Crimes

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      “Human rights” doctrine has devolved into a mere tool used by the U.S. to carry out its imperial aims, and many times by means (such as war) which cause many more human rights violations than they purport to solve.
    118. Kovel, Joel: The Enemy of Nature
      The End of Capitalism or the End of the World?

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      We live in and from nature, but the way we have evolved of doing this is about to destroy you. Capitalism and its by-products -- imperialism, war, neoliberal globalization, racism, poverty, and the destruction of community -- are all playing a part in the destruction of our ecosystem.
    119. Kozolanka, Kirsten: The Power of Persuasion
      The Politics of the New Right in Ontario

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      Kozolanka looks at how the Mike Harris's new right conservative government came to power in Ontario Premier Mike Harris by using successful strategies from other countries to gain public accquiescence for its neo-conservative policies. Relying on evidence drawn from literature, interviews and content analysis, she argues that this trajectory was "neither haphazard nor narrowly constructed."
    120. Kozolanka, Kirsten: Publicity and the Canadian State
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      A collection examining the state's relationship with public practices and the "permanent campaign," the constant search for politicians and their strategists for popular consent.
    121. Krafft-Ebing, R. von: Étude Médico-Légale Psychopathia Sexualis Avec Recherches Spéciales sur L'inversion Sexuelle
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1895
    122. Kramer, Rachel: Looking at the impact of investigative journalism (book review)
      Review of The Journalism of Outrage: Investigative Reporting and Agenda Building in America

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      The Journalism of Outrage examines the myths and misconceptions of investigative journalism and presents empirical research to support a model that challenges the classical theory.
    123. Kramer, Rachel: Yesterday's News (Review)
      Review of Yesterday's News: Why Canada's Daily Newspapers are Failing Us

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
      A review of Yesterday's News: Why Canada's Daily Newspapers are Failing Us.
    124. Kranzfelder, Ivo: George Grosz
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    125. Krey, A.C., et al: The Social Ideas of American Educators
      Resource Type: Book
    126. Kricher, John C.; Morrison, Gordon: A Field Guide to Eastern Forests
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      A "second-generation" field guide to the ecology of the forests and fields of eastern North America.
    127. Kroker, Artur and Marilouise: Body Invaders
      Panic Sex in America

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1987
    128. Krol, Ariane; Nantel, Jacques: You selling to me?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Individually targeted online marketing, based on unwittingly supplied consumer information and monitoring of online activities, is replacing conventional advertising media.
    129. Kronhausen, Phyllis & Eberhard: Erotic Fantasies
      A Study of the Sexual Imagination

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    130. Kropotkin, Peter: Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1902
    131. Krotoski, Aleks: The internet's cyber radicals: heroes of the web changing the world
      A generation of political activists have been transformed by new tools developed on the internet.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Internet activists speak about censorship, the democratising impact of open source technology, and the importance of oportunities for anonimity in a post 9-11 world.
    132. Kruchknow, Diane: Green Isle in the Sea; an informal history of the alternative press.
      An Informal History of the Alternative Press

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    133. Kröller, Eva-Marie: The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
      Broad surveys of fiction, drama, and poetry, Aboriginal writings, Francophone writings, autobiography, literary criticism, writing by women, urban writing, nature writing, travel writing, and short fiction.
    134. Kubzansky, Caroline: Nine essential tools from ICIJ's data journalism and programming experts
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' favorite data journalism tools, including: spreadsheets, Datawrapper, Jupyter Notebook, OpenRefine, Python and R, Talend Studio, SQL, Pandas, Neo4j + Linkurious.
    135. Kundnani, Arun: Will the government's counter-extremist programme criminalise dissent?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      From 1 July, a broad range of public bodies - from nursery schools to optometrists - will be legally obliged to participate in the U.S. government’s Prevent policy to identify would-be extremists. Under the fast-tracked Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, schools, universities and health service providers can no longer opt out of monitoring students and patients for supposed radicalised behaviour.
    136. Kundu, Joydip: In praise of tigers, conservation heroes of the Sundarbans
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The presence of the tigers is the world's greatest mangrove forest vital to its survival, writes Joydip Kundu. It's the fear of the tiger that deters people from entering the forest to cut its trees and hunt its wildlife - and so these majestic predators protect its fisheries, and guard millions of people in south Bengal from the rising seas.
    137. Kuper, Richard: Electing for Democracy
      Proportional Representation and the Left

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      An argument for proportional representation in the United Kingdom.
    138. Kwitko, Dr. Marvin; Kwitko, Adam Bradley: Eyes
      Your personal health series

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
    139. Kössler, Reinhart; Melber, Henning: German-Namibian denialism: How (not) to come to terms with the past
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Largely unnoticed by most Namibians, the local German-language daily Allgemeine Zeitung provides a forum for colonial apologetics. Reinhart Kössler and Henning Melber examine recent comments and readers’ letters in this newspaper, exposing the reactionary attitudes and privileging strategies that maintain the minority language as a barrier to national reconciliation.

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    1. Laaths, Erwin: Knaurs Geschichte der Weltliteratur
      Eine Gesamtdarstellung von Erwin Laaths

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1953
    2. Labonté, Ronald: Canada's Austerity Agenda: It's About the Taxes
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Austerity policies pose major threats to the public's health. Ronald Labonté argues that the austerity agenda in Canada stems not from a crisis in finances, but from a crisis in fair taxation.
    3. Labrador, Gabriel: Will El Salvador be forced to pay $301 million for valuing clean water over gold?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Central American state of El Salvador could be forced to pay US$301 million in damages to an Australian-Canadian mining company, OceanaGold, after the company's application for a mining license was rejected on the basis of the projected environmental damage it would cause.
    4. Lacey, Peter: The History of the Nude in Photography
      Resource Type: Book
    5. Laing, R. D.: The Divided Self
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
      Laing sets out to make madeness and the process of going mad comprehensible.
    6. Laing, R.D.; Esterson, A.: Sanity, Madness and the Family
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
      Laing and Esterson throw doubt on the view that schizophrenia is an illness with specific symptoms and its own pathology; they suggest rather than madness may largely be a social creation and its symptoms no more than the tortured ruses of a person struggled to live in an unlivable situation.
    7. Lal, Neeta: Climate Migrants Lead Mass Migration to India's Cities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      South Asia will be severely impacted by climate change and cause challenges that the government must resolve.
    8. Lamb, L and K.B Mckee: Applied Public Relations
      Cases in Stakeholder Managment

      Resource Type: Book
    9. Lamb, Robert: World Without Trees
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
      Lamb says that "there is one thing of which you can be absolutely certain: if things go one as they are, some day the sun will rise on a world without trees. That day is closer than you think."
    10. Lamonde, Yvan, Fleming, Patricia Lockhart, Black, Fiona. A.: History of the Book in Canada
      Volume Two: 1840 - 1918

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      The second of three volumes dealing with the history of publishing in Canada.
    11. Lancaster, F.W., Warner, Amy: Intelligent Technologies in Library and Information Service Applications
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      A technical study, funded by the Special Libraries Association, surveying the applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to library information service environments.
    12. Lando, Barry: TV News in the Age of the Super Anchor
      Why Brian Williams is Just the Tip of the Scandal

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Super Anchor is often more actor than reporter. His or her role is to give the story a certain imprimatur, which it doesn’t always deserve. Much of the real work, digging, and investigation is done by others.
    13. Landrevie, Barbara: Muddying the waters
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The by-products of aluminium extraction have been poisoning the Mediterranean for almost 20 years. But the closure of the plant that produces them would cost jobs in an underemployed region.
    14. Landsberg, Michele: Michele Landsberg's Guide to Children's Books
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
      Landsberg provides guidance on the question of how to choose the right books for your child.
    15. Lang, Andrew: The Library
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1881
    16. Langer, Julia: What a Way to Treat Your Mother: Women and the State of the Planet
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1991
      Our planet is in crisis.
    17. Lapowsky, Issie: No One Has the Data to Prevent the Next Flint
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Data gaps in testing and regulations of water safety in America can potentially put many citizens at risk.
    18. Lappe, Frances Moore: Diet for a Small Planet
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1975
    19. Laqueur, Thomas: Making Sex
      Body and Gender from the Greeks to Freud

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      This is a book about the astonishing story of sex in the West from the ancients to the moderns in a precise account of developments in reproductive anatomy and physiology.
    20. Lascaris, Dimitri: Postmedia, Paul Godfrey and the demise of journalism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A criticism of the right-wing political bias expressed by outlets of the Postmedia group under direction of CEO Paul Godfrey.
    21. Latham, Jonathan: The Biotech Industry Is Taking Over the Regulation of GMOs from the Inside
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      When a comprehensive evaluation of GMOs and the weaknesses of scientific risk assessment within the biotech industry is urgently needed, the chemical and biotech industries are forcing risk assessment in the opposite direction.
    22. Latham, Jonathan: God's Red Pencil? CRISPR and The Three Myths of Precise Genome Editing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      For the last seventy years all chemical and biological technologies, from genetic engineering to pesticides, have been built on a myth of precision and specificity. They have all been adopted under the pretense that they would function without side effects or unexpected complications. Yet the extraordinary disasters and repercussions of DDT, leaded paint, agent orange, atrazine, C8, asbestos, chlordane, PCBs, and so on, when all is said and done, have been stories of the steady unraveling of a founding myth of precision and specificity. Nevertheless, with the help of industry propagandists, their friends in the media, even the United Nations, we are once again being preached the gospel of precision. But no matter how you look at it, precision is a fable and should be treated as such.
    23. Latham, Jonathan: How the Great Food War Will Be Won
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Thus the necessary shift in perception is to see that, as in most wars, the crucial struggle in the food war is the one inside people's heads. And that the great food war will be won by the side that understands that and uses it best.
    24. Latham, Jonathan, PhD: Unsafe at any Dose? Diagnosing Chemical Safety Failures, from DDT to BPA
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Piecemeal, and at long last, chemical manufacturers have begun removing the endocrine-disrupting plastic bisphenol-A (BPA) from products they sell. Sunoco no longer sells BPA for products that might be used by children under three. France has a national ban on BPA food packaging. The EU has banned BPA from baby bottles. These bans and associated product withdrawals are the result of epic scientific research and some intensive environmental campaigning. But in truth these restrictions are not victories for human health. Nor are they even losses for the chemical industry.
    25. Lattimore, Dan: Public Relations
      The Profession and the Practice

      Resource Type: Book
    26. Laurence, Bill: A Last Chance for the World's Forests?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      An alarming new study has shown that the world’s forests are not only disappearing rapidly, but that areas of 'core forest' -- remote interior areas critical for disturbance-sensitive wildlife and ecological processes -- are vanishing even faster.
    27. Lauria,Carlos and Simon,Joel: Nicaragua Special Report: Daniel Ortega's Media War
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Driven by decades old hostilities, Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega has deined independent media as enemies and has moved aggressively to obstruct them. In a special report, Carlos Lauria and Joel Simon detail the government's tactics against independent media.
    28. Laurin, Fredrik: If money is your object, journalism is the wrong industry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Swedish investigative reporter Fredrik Laurin knows that power corrupts, but also that resistance in the form of journalism can have effect. In this Q&A he shares how his team identifies good investigative stories, and the value of constant networking.
    29. Laurin, Fredrik: If money is your object, journalism is the wrong industry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Swedish investigative reporter Fredrik Laurin knows that power corrupts, but also that resistance in the form of journalism can have effect. In this material he shares how his team identifies good investigative stories, and the value of constant networking.
    30. Lavigne, Mark: Making Ink and Airtime
      How to Conduct Proactive Media Relations in Canada

      Resource Type: Book
    31. LaVigne, Mark Hunter: Create a Media Friendly Media Section on your Web site
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Web site media sections are an opportunity for an organization to provide the news media with an easy-to-use, multimedia platform to disseminate information about that organization and its news.
    32. Lavoie, Judith: Unimpeded Rivers Crucial as Climate Changes: New Study
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Gravel-bed rivers and their floodplains are the lifeblood of ecosystems and need to be allowed to run and flood unimpeded if species are to be protected and communities are to cope with climate change.
    33. Law, Kimberly: How to Be Smart with Your Smart Phone
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      For many, the telephone is still the primary source of communicating with others for business, even if it is portable. With no visual cues to look for, your words and the tone of your voice are extremely important.
    34. Lawrence, D.H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover
      Resource Type: Book
    35. Lawrence, James (ed.): The Harrowsmith Reader
      An Anthology from Canada's National Award Winning Magazine of Country Life and Alternatives to Bigness

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1978
      Articles on land, country careers, shelter, gardening, husbandry, food, trees, and rural life.
    36. Lawrence, R. D.: The Green Trees Beyond
      A Memoir

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      R.D. Lawrence, a self-taught biologist whose first years of life coincided with the Spanish civil war, and who later became a noted as well as self-taught Canadian biologist.
    37. Lawrence, R.D.: The Natural History of Canada
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      Written for the general reader, and well-illustrated, this book paints Canada's natural world in broad brush strokes but with a wealth of detail.
    38. Laxer, Gordon: After the Sands
      Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      After the Sands outlines a vision and a road map to transitioning Canada to a low-carbon society. Despite its oil abundance, with no strategic reserves, Canada is woefully unprepared for the next global oil supply crisis. There's no good reason for Canadians to use much more oil per capita than people in other sparsely populated, northern countries like Norway, Finland and Sweden -- nations that use 27 to 39 percent less oil per person. In After the Sands, Alberta-based political economist Gordon Laxer proposes a bold strategy of deep conservation and a Canada-first perspective to ensure that all Canadians have sufficient energy at affordable prices.
    39. Le Comite de lutte pour l'avortement libre et gratuit: C'est a Nous de Decider
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      See also CX1099.
    40. Leahy, Stephen: Earth's Life Support Systems Failing
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The world has failed to slow the accelerating extinction crisis despite 17 years of national and international efforts since the great hopes raised at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.
    41. Leavenworth, Stuart: U.S. real estate lobbyists turn blind eye to rising sea level threats to waterfront properties
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      All along the coast of the southeast United States, the real estate industry confronts a hurricane. Not the kind that swirls in the Atlantic, but a storm of scientific information about sea-level rise that threatens the most lucrative, commission-boosting properties.
    42. LeBlanc, Jules: Becoming Political
      The Growth of the Quebec Teachers' Union

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1972
      This article was originally written in This Magazine in French.
      Published in This Magazine is about Schools, Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 1972.
    43. Ledwith, Sean: How to create an ecological society
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A review of the book "Creating an Ecological Society: Towards A Revolutionary Transformation" by Fred Magdoff and Chris Williams, which addresses different aspects of the debate on the politics of the environment.
    44. Lee, Forest: Someone's Watching You!
      From Micropchips in your Underwear to Satellites Monitoring Your Every Move, Find Out Who's Tracking You and What You Can Do about It

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2011
      An expose and explanation of the little-known secret surveillance programs run by both the public and private sectors, including practical steps on how to keep your private life private.
    45. Lee, Marc: A Primer on Canadian Productivity
      (or everything you wanted to know about productivity but were afraid to ask)

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1999
    46. Lee, Micah: Passphrases That You Can Memorize - But That Even the NSA Can't Guess
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      A passphrase is like a password, but longer and more secure. In essence, it's an encryption key that you memorize. Once you start caring more deeply about your privacy and improving your computer security habits, one of the first roadblocks you'll run into is having to create a passphrase. You can't secure much without one.
    47. Lee, Micah: Secret 'BADASS' Intelligence Program Spied on Smartphones
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      British and Canadian spy agencies accumulated sensitive data on smartphone users, by piggybacking on ubiquitous software from advertising and analytics companies, according to a document obtained by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.The document outlines a secret program run by the intelligence agencies called BADASS.
    48. Lee, Micah: The U.S. Government Thinks Thousands of Russian Hackers May Be Reading My Blog. They Aren't.
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      After the U.S. government published a report on Russia's cyber attacks against the U.S. election system, and included a list of computers that were allegedly used by Russian hackers, I became curious if any of these hackers had visited my personal blog.
    49. Lee, Micah: With Virtual Machines, Getting Hacked Doesn't Have To Be That Bad
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Lee explains how to install and use a virtual machine, a fake computer running inside the real computer.
    50. Lee, Micah: You Should Really Consider Installing Signal, an Encrypted Messaging App for iPhone
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      App maker Open Whisper Systems took an important step today with the release of a major new version of its Signal encrypted calling app for iPhones and iPads. The new version, Signal 2.0, folds in support for encrypted text messages using a protocol called TextSecure, meaning users can communicate using voice and text while remaining confident nothing can be intercepted in transit over the internet.
    51. Lee, Simon: The Cost of Free Speech
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      In the wake of the Ayatollah's "fatwah" against Salman Rushdie and in the turbulent context of terrorism in Northern Ireland, free speech really can lead to death, according to the author. This book offers a vigorous re-examination of our society's commitment to free speech.
    52. Leff, Enrique: Green Production
      Toward an Environmental Rationality

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      Explores the environment and sustainability development with a Marxist approach and provides an alternative vision for ecotechnology.
    53. Leggett, Jeremy: Global Warming
      The Greenpeace Report

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    54. Lehrman, Nat: Masters and Johnson Explained
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    55. Leigh, David: Don't Be Boring, Just Because You Have To Get the Facts Right
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The Guardian's investigations editor lists the essential skills to get a journalism job, the right mindset for investigative reporters, and the most important lesson he's learned over the years.
    56. Leiss, William: The Domination of Nature
      Resource Type: Book
      Leiss relates environmental concerns back to the fundamental problem of man's domination of his fellow man. In doing so, he argues for a reconsideration of the relationship between humanity and nature.
    57. Leitko, Aaron: Museum of Endangered Sounds enshrines audio from bygone era
      Saved from the silence

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      A website preserves outmoded electronic sounds that are lost to the world.
    58. Leland, Nita; Williams, Virgina Lee: Creative Collage Techniques
      A ste-by-step guide including 52 demonstrations and the work of over 60 artists

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    59. Lemaître, Frédéric: Prisoners' Pictures review -- exploring science and propaganda amid conflict
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A photography exhibition in Frankfurt examines first world war propaganda attempts to stir revolt among Muslim soldiers.
    60. Lemann, Nicholas: The Promised Land
      The Great Black Migration and How it Changed America

      Resource Type: Book
    61. Lemoine, Maurice: Latin American coups upgraded
      These days the military go back to their barracks

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The classic Latin American coup used to put the military in direct command and control of a country. That doesn’t work well on the world stage, and is being replaced by more clever manipulation, however the same people end up in power.
    62. Lendman, Stephen: Mountaintop Removal: Environmental And Human Destruction For Profit
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Coal River Mountain Watch (CRMW) is an initiative "to stop the destruction of our communities and environment by mountaintop removal, to improve the quality of life in our area, and to help rebuild sustainable communities."
    63. Lenin, V.I.: On Socialist Ideology and Culture
      Resource Type: Book
    64. Lenman, Robin: Oxford Companion to the Photograph
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      The book, in dictionary arrangement with asterisked cross-references, comprises 800 biographies of photographers and inventors, and 800 entries on history, techniques, movements, styles, and fashion.
    65. Lerner, Sharon: The Plant Next Door
      A Louisiana Town Plagued by Pollution Shows Why Cuts to the EPA Will Be Measured in Illnesses and Deaths

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      When the Environmental Protection Agency informed people in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, last July that the local neoprene plant was emitting a chemical that gave them the highest risk of cancer from air pollution in the country, the information was received not just with horror and sadness but also with a certain sense of validation.
    66. Lerner, Sharon: Poisoning the Well
      Special Report: Toxic Firefighting Foam Has Contaminated U.S. Drinking Water With PFCS

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Lori Cervera had always been an active person. She liked camping, playing outdoors with her kids, and practically lived in her running shoes. She didn’t have much patience for illness. So when she developed a dull ache on her right side in May 2014, Cervera took a few Tylenol and did her best to ignore it. But after a few days in which the pain grew sharper and more intense, she went to the hospital, where a CT scan revealed a mass. To her complete surprise, Cervera, a mother of four and grandmother of two who was 46 at the time, was diagnosed with stage 2 kidney cancer. That July she underwent surgery to remove both the tumor and almost half her right kidney.
    67. Lesly, Philip: Handbook of Public Relations and Communications
      Resource Type: Book
    68. Leupp, Gary: The Intelligence Apparatus Is Checking Out Your "Intimate Body Parts"
      Privates Eyes

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      According to the latest Snowden revelation, Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), which works in close collaboration with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), has been intercepting and storing images of millions of Yahoo webcam-chat users in a program appropriately code-named "Optic Nerve."
    69. Leupp, Gary: Why the Ruling Class is So Upset About Edward Snowden
      The Damage to Our Intelligence is Gut-Wrenching to See

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Is Snowden a hero, or a villain? The tiny power elite that controls the mainstream press and cable channels, the corporations that dutifully hand over meta-data to the state, the twin political parties, are sick to their stomachs that they’ve been so exposed.
    70. Levant, Ezra: Shakedown
      How Our Government is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2009
      A controversial look at what Levant sees as the corruption of Canada's human rights commissions.
    71. Levenstein, Harvey: Paradox of Plenty
      A Social History of Eating in Modern America

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    72. Leveritt, Alan: Why Should My Newspaper Pledge Not to Boycott Israel?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2019
      An editorial by the publisher of an Arkansas newspaper expected to sign a pledge promising to not boycott Israel in exchange for the ability to sell advertising.
    73. Levine , Terri, Kase, Larine and Joe Vitale: The Successful Coach
      Insider Secrets to becoming a Top Coach

      Resource Type: Book
    74. Levine, Bruce: How 7 Historic Figures Overcame Depression Without Doctors
      Drugless Antidotes

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      While Sylvia Plath and Ernest Hemingway received extensive medical treatment for depression but tragically committed suicide, other famously depressed people — including Abraham Lincoln, William James, Georgia O’Keeffe, Sigmund Freud, William Tecumseh Sherman, Franz Kafka, and the Buddha — took different paths.
    75. Levine, Bruce E.: Killing 'Schizophrenics': Contemporary U.S. Psychiatry Versus Nazi Psychiatry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      In the United States in the earlier part of the twentieth century, there was widespread compulsory sterilization of those diagnosed with serious mental illness; and from the 1970s through the early 1990s, dehumanizing experiments that ignored the Nuremberg Code of research ethics were administered on this population by prominent American psychiatrists.
    76. Levine, Bruce E.: Psychiatry's 'Defect Model of Mental Illness:' a Path for Those it Has Failed
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      For some depressed, anxious, and substance-abusing people, it feels better to believe that they are essentially defective, as it provides them with a defense of sorts against insulting accusations that they are malingering. But the defect model of mental illness doesn't work for everyone.
    77. Levine, Bruce E.: Psychiatry's Manufacture of Consent
      The Chemical Imbalance Theory and the Antidepressant Explosion

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Starting in the 1990s — despite research findings that levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin were unrelated to depression — Americans began to be exposed to highly effective television commercials for antidepressants that portrayed depression as caused by a “chemical imbalance” of low levels of serotonin and which could be treated with “chemically balancing” antidepressants such as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, and other selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).
    78. Levine, Bruce E.: School Shootings: Who to Listen to Instead of Mainstream Shrinks
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Clinical psychologist Bruce Levine discusses the prevailing cynicism and hopelessnes among young people in the United States -- about their country and their future. In particular the article focuses on troubled young people who have lost any connection with adults and view the world as an uncaring place, and are commonly prescribed medication such as anti-depressants.
    79. Levine, Michael: Guerrilla P.R. Wired
      Waging a Successful Publicity Campaign Online, Offline, and Everywhere in Between

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      Hollywood PR guru Michael Levine applies his Guerrilla PR strategies to the Internet.
    80. Levine, Michael: Guerrilla P.R.
      How You Can Wage an Effective Publicity Campaign...Without Going Broke

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    81. Levinovitz, Alan Jay: It's Not All Relative
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Can a devotion to cultural tolerance lead to the triumph of alternative facts?
    82. Levinson, Jay Conrad; Smith, Mark; Wilson, Orvel Ray: Guerrilla Trade Show Selling
      New Unconventional Weapons and Tactics to Meet More People, Get More Leads and Close More Sales

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1997
      Describes the marketing principles, methods and techniques to increase sales at any trade show. Focuses on guerrilla sales methods and provides marketing tactics that are useful in the trade show environment.
    83. Levinson, Jay, Frishman, Rick , and Jill Lublin: Guerrilla Publicity
      Hundreds of Sure-fire Tactics to Get Maximum Sales for Minimum Dollars

      Resource Type: Book
    84. Levy, Gideon: A Heartfelt Apology to Haaretz Readers
      Resource Type: Article
      To all offended readers, I apologize for the one-sidedness. How could I not maintain a balance between the murderer and the murdered; the thief and his victim; and the occupier and the occupied?
    85. Levy, Harold: Kinky sex case raises disturbing questions
      Resource Type: Article
    86. Levy, Howard: Now a Canadian view of media ethics (book review)
      Review of Morals and the Media: Ethics in Canadian Journalism

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
    87. Lewin, Lauri: Naked is the Best Disguise
      My Life as a Stripper

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    88. Lewis, A.W.: Basic Bookbinding
      Resource Type: Book
    89. Lewis, Charles: Spiked: Fighting In-House Censorship When Media Managers Can't Handle The Truth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Working in mainstream print media can be very frustrating. Between the corporate and editorial red tape and censorship, it might be more worthwhile to become an independant journalist.
    90. Lewis, Paul; Evans, Rob; Taylor, Matthew: Police log 'domestic extremists' and keep database on activists
      Forces survey and file details of peaceful protests and political activities

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      'Domestic Extremists' are persons involved in political meetings and protests who are photographed and added to a national database by the UK police. This surveillance falls under the purview of "terrorism and allied matters" and these police tactics are now the subject of an internal review. They have been widely criticized for lacking accountability.
    91. Lewis, Stephen: Race Against Time
      Searching for Hope in AIDS-Ravaged Africa

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      This book is a compilation of the 2005 Massey Lectures on the topic of the Millennium Development Goals, with a special focus on AIDS in Africa. Lewis' lectures are personal and passionate in their denunciation of the international community's response to the AIDS pandemic and poverty in Africa.
    92. Lexchin, Joel: Involuntary Medication
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      This study examines the possible effects of the TPP on how Canada regulates medicines and how much the country spends paying for them. It finds that the TPP would require Canada to extend patent terms to compensate brand-name pharmaceutical firms for regulatory delays in approving drugs. This policy change alone could add hundres of millions of dollars annually to the price of drugs in Canada. The agreement will restrict future policy options in these areas in ways that benefit brand-name producers over consumers and the broader public interest. The TPP could also have profound effects on the criteria that Canada uses to decide on drug safety and effectiveness, how new drugs are approved (or not) for marketing, post-market surveillance and inspection, the listing of drugs on public formularies, and how individual drugs are priced in the future.
    93. Lexchin, Joel: The Real Pushers
      A Critical Analysis of the Canadian Drug Industry

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
      A comprehensive analysis of the pharmaceutical drug industry in Canada.
    94. Lexchin, Joel; Kaur, Shila Rani: Deception By Design
      Pharmaceutical Promotion in the Third World

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      The authors discuss the workings of the pharmaceutical industry by exposing the unethical marketing practices, double standards and weak marketing codes.
    95. Leymarie, Jean (text): Picasso: The Artist of Century
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    96. Leyshon, Traven: Towards Workers' Climate Action
      Book review

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A review of a book and a pamphlet by Paul Hampton, both on the urgent need for workers' action on climate change.
    97. Leyshon, Trayven: Towards Workers' Climate Action
      Workers and Trade Unions for Climate Solidarity: Tackling Climate Change in a Neoliberal World

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Book review of Paul Hampton's Workers and Trade Unions for Climate Solidarity:
      Tackling Climate Change in a Neoliberal World.
    98. Leyson, Traven: Vermont Healthcare Justice
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      An overview of legislation in Vermont to publicly fund health care.
    99. Libeskind, Daniel: Judisches Museum Berlin
      Resource Type: Book
    100. Lieberson, Jonathan: TV: A Day in the Life
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1989
      A survey and discussion of the experience of watching TV and the debate over whether it is inherently a social good or evil.
    101. Lien, Jon, Katona, Steven: A Guide to the Photographic Identification of Individual Whales Based on Natural & Acquired Markings
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    102. Lilburne, John; Walwyn, William; Prince, Thomas; Overton, Richard: An Agreement of the Free People of England
      Manifesto of the Levellers

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1649
      The Levellers were an informal alliance of agitators and pamphleteers who came together during the English Civil War (1642-1648) to demand constitutional reform and equal rights under the law. Levellers believed all men were born free and equal and possessed natural rights that resided in the individual, not the government. They believed that each man should have freedom limited only by regard for the freedom of others. They believed the law should equally protect the poor and the wealthy.
    103. Lin, Htun: Air safety pinned on isolated controllers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      The problem of acute fatigue among air traffic controllers has been known. It was studied by sleep scientists genuinely concerned about the workers and public safety. Studies have shown that the kind of shift scheduling to which controllers are subjected affects behavior in the same way several alcoholic drinks would. That is especially true of constant shift changes and stacking eight-hour shifts as close together as possible, like working five shifts in three days.
    104. Lin, Htun: ER certainties: death and co-pays
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Our society has made choices that dehumanize all of us. Dehumanization is felt inside and outside the shop floor. The HMO's bottom line is not about how well the patient's illness is treated, but how to minimize costs. They remind us employees daily that we're a business. The corporate ethos is the survival of the business above all, over anyone else's survival.
    105. Lin, Htun: VA Care is for Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Data production takes priority over concrete patient care itself in the new healthcare assembly line, as evidenced in the Veteran's Administration scandal.
    106. Lin, Htun: Workshop Talks: Do job, get fired
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Under the Affordable Care Act, it’s standard HMO practice to offer patients the opportunity to fill out an advance directive as an exercise in considering one's quality of life, not just its prolongation. Frontline healthcare providers have a concrete reason for quality-of-life care concerns. But in the HMO business campaigns promoting quality of life over quantity, things are not really what they appear.
    107. Lin, I-fan: Made-in-China fake news overwhelms Taiwan
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Since 2016, when Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) was elected as Taiwan's president relations between Taiwan and China have been increasingly strained. In parallel, a series of fake news campaigns have captured Taiwanese media, with experts tracing several of these stories back to China.
    108. Lincoln, ML: Wrenched
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2014
      Wrenched captures the passing of the monkey wrench from the pioneers of eco-activism to the new generation who are carrying Edward Abbey's legacy into the 21st century. The fight continues to sustain the last bastion of the American wilderness - the spirit of the West.
    109. Linden, Robin Ruth; Pagano, Darlene R.; Russell, Diana E.H.; Star, Susan Leigh: Against Sadomasochism
      A Radical Feminist Analysis

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
    110. Lindermann, Walter: Guidlines and Standards for Measuring and Evaluating the Effectivness of PR Programs and Activities
      Resource Type: Book
    111. Lindorff, Dave: Information Overload
      Driving a Stake Through the National Security State

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Here’s an idea. Let’s all start salting all of our conversations and our written communications with a selection of those 300 key words. If every liberty-loving person in America virus were to do this, the NSA would have to employ all 15 million unemployed Americans just to begin to look at all those transcripts!
    112. Lindorff, Dave: Information Terrorists?
      The Vile Campaign Against Julian Assange and Wikileaks

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      WikiLeaks is under concerted attack from the US government. Also under attack by the US government is the whole idea of freedom of thought and of information. It needs to be clearly understood that the attacks on WikiLeaks by the US government could as easily be used against news organizations and political organizations.
    113. Lindorff, Dave: Kurt Vonnegut and the American Police State
      Just Say "Hi-Ho!" as They Strip Search You

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      The country seems to have crossed over a dark threshold. We are now a police state in all but name. Cops and wannabe cops are shooting innocent people and nothing gets done.
    114. Lindorff, Dave: Looming Climate Catastrophe: Extinction in Nine Years?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Reports from the Arctic are getting pretty grim.
    115. Lindorff, Dave: US Dispatched a Murderous AC-130 Airborne Gunship to Attack a Hospital
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Evidence continues to mount that the US committed a monstrous war crime in attacking and destroying a fully operational hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan on the night of Oct. 3, 2015, killing at least 22 people including at least 12 members of the volunteer medical staff of Medicine Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), the French based international aid organization that operated the hospital.
    116. Lindsay, Robert (Rev.): The Economics of Alcohol in Canada
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1976
      A paper written in response to the growing concern about the increasing abuse of alcohol in Canada shows the direct relation between consumption and advertising.
    117. Linebaugh, Peter: The Magna Carta Manifesto
      Liberties and Commons for All

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      Linebaugh shows how longstanding restraints against tyranny -- and the rights of habeas corpus, trial by jury, and due process of law, and the prohibition of torture -- are being abridged. In providing a sweeping history of Magna Carta, the source of these protections since 1215, this book demonstrates how these ancient rights are repeatedly laid aside when the greed of privatization, the lust for power, and the ambition of empire seize a state.
    118. Ling, Justin: Canada considers preventive detention in wake of Ottawa attack
      Prime minister Stephen Harper says he plans to strengthen counter-terrorism efforts as parliament returns day after shooting

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The Canadian government indicated on Thursday that it intends to speed up proposals to toughen the country’s anti-terror laws in the wake of the attack on Parliament in Ottawa, including a measure that would allow “preventative detention”.
    119. Lipman, Derek S.: Stop Your Husband from Snoring
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    120. Lipset, Seymour Martin; Wolin, Sheldon S.: The Student Revolt
      Resource Type: Book
    121. Liss, Steve; Laub, Andy; Abel, David: Sacred Cod
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2017
      Sacred Cod is a feature-length documentary that captures the collapse of the historic cod population in New England, delving into the role of overfishing, the impact of climate change, the effect of government policies on fishermen and the fish, and the prospect of a region built on cod having no cod left to fish.
    122. Liszt, C.; Easton, D.: The Bottoming Book
      Or, How to Get Terrible Things Done to You by Wonderful People

      Resource Type: Book
    123. Litewka, Jack: The Socialized Penis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1974
      On the sexual socialization of men in the United States.
    124. Lithgow, Michael: Activist archiving in Toronto
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      People gather in Toronto to discuss what many hope will grow into a movement for archiving grassroots histories.
    125. Lithgow, Michael: Archives under siege: Ottawa gathering calls for national action
      What We Have Lost, What We Stand to Lose: The Future of Archives and Archivists in Canada

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Report about a public meeting about the state of archives in Canada today.
    126. Little, Charles E: The Dying of the Trees
      The Pandemic in America's Forests

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
    127. Litvinoff, Miles: The Earthscan Action Handbook
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      A compendium of the world's major ills with suggestions for remedial action.
    128. Livesey, Bruce: The tawdry fall of the Postmedia newspaper empire
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It was the morning of Friday, June 22, 2012. Murphy, The Province's long-time staff cartoonist, was meeting with Moriarty in the editor's office on the fifth floor of the paper's headquarters on Granville Street in downtown Vancouver. The discussion between Murphy and Moriarty was heated; after all, Moriarty was informing Murphy that an animation the cartoonist had produced was being pulled off the web.
    129. Livingston, John A.: The Fallacy of Wildlife Conservation
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
    130. Livingston, John A.: Rogue Primate
      An Exploration of Human Domestication

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      The first domesticated animal, according to Livingston, was neither dog nor goat, but human. Humans cut themselves adrift from the rest of the world by becoming entirely dependent on ideas. Technical ideas gave them the power to manipulate nature as well as a rationalization for their destructiveness. Now humans have drawn other animals, and even the natural world itself, into the service of their belief systems. Even our understanding of nature is informed by an ideological insistence that domination is somehow 'natural'.
    131. Livingston, John; Fitzharris, Tim: Canada: A Natural History
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1988
      Canada: A Natural History surveys the varying ecosystems of the northern part of this continent, explaining their characteristics, vividly illustrated by the photographs of Tim Fitzharris.
    132. Lloyd, Richard; Postol, Theodore A.: Possible Implications of Faulty US Technical Intelligence in the Damascus Nerve Agent Attack of August 21, 2013
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      An analysis of US Intelligence reports on the chemical agent attack in Damascus in August of 2013, demonstrating several errors and inconsistencies in the intelligence data.
    133. Loannidis, John P. A.: Why Most Published Research Findings Are False
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      There is increasing concern that most current published research findings are false. For many current scientific fields, claimed research findings may often be simply accurate measures of the prevailing bias. In this essay, the implications of these problems for the conduct and interpretation of research is discussed.
    134. Locke, Hugh (ed.): Man of the Trees: Richard St. Barbe Baker
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1984
    135. Loew, Patty; Mella, Kelly: Black Ink and the New Red Power: Native American Newspapers and Tribal Sovereignty
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    136. Loftus, Elizabeth: Remembering Dangerously
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1995
      Like the witch-hunt trials of old, people today are being accused and even imprisoned on 'evidence' provided by memories from dreams and flashbacks -- memories that didn't exist before therapy.
    137. Logozzo, Ozzie: Real Estate as a Professional Career
      Career Orientation Kit

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2003
    138. London, Eric: NSA, GCHQ mapping "political alignment" of cellphone users
      New report reveals

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      New information made public by Edward Snowden reveals that the governments of the United States and United Kingdom are trawling data from cellphone “apps” to accumulate dossiers on the “political alignments” of millions of smartphone users worldwide.
    139. London, Scott: In the footsteps of Gandhi: an interview with Vandana Shiva
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Vandana Shiva is more than just a leading scientist, author and campaigner on green issues and anti-globalisation. She is also among the most prominent of Mahatma Ghandi's intellectual heirs. In this interview, she discusses how this led her to be an outspoken voice on such crucial environmental issues as seed legacy, biopiracy and economic injustice.
    140. Long, Phillip: Internet Mental Health
      Resource Type: Website
      A free encyclopedia of mental health information created by a Canadian psychiatrist, Dr. Phillip Long.
    141. Longo, Stefano B; Claussen, Rebecca; Clark, Brett: The Tragedy of the Commodity
      Oceans, Fisheries, and Aquaculture

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2015
      Although humans have long depended on oceans and aquatic ecosystems for sustenance and trade, only recently has human influence on these resources dramatically increased, transforming and undermining oceanic environments throughout the world. Marine ecosystems are in a crisis that is global in scope, rapid in pace, and colossal in scale. Longo, Clausen, and Clark explore the role human influence plays in this crisis, highlighting the social and economic forces that are at the heart of this looming ecological problem.
    142. Looney, Margaret: Designing a journalism curriculum for millennials
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      This article explores what skills are needed to succeed in freelance journalism, and about how some universities are adjusting their curricula to adapt to this rising form of journalism.
    143. Looney, Margaret: Global data journalism resources
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      An list of resources that have been compiled by IJN using their readers' suggestions. This list is organized by country, and covers a variety of subtopics under data journalism.
    144. Lopez, Alfredo: Lessons of the Snowden Revelations
      You are the Target!

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      We in the Left have long worried about “police state tactics”. Now we have to confront the police state structure. It’s here and it can morph into a real police state with very little effort. Opposing and dismantling it should now be among our top priorities.
    145. Lord, Alexandra M.: Condom nation
      The US Government's Sex Education Campaign from World War One to the Internet

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      Alexandra Lord addresses th US government's sex education efforts, successes and failures. She describes how religious and cultural forces of the American society have hampered the efforts of public health officials in promoting effective sex education.
    146. Lorimer, James: Canadian Textbooks and the American Knowledge Industry
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1971
      A look into the industry of textbooks in America and the effect on Canadians.
      Published in This Magazine is about Schools, Volume 5, Number 3, Summer 1971.
    147. Lorimer, Rowland; McNulty, Jean: Mass Communications in Canada
      Resource Type: Book
    148. Lowy, Michael: Survival is the Question
      Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Book review of Ian Angus' Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System.
    149. Lozo, Fredric: Sequential Problem Solving
      The Project Gutenberg Book

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    150. Lucey, Michael: Gide's Bent
      Writing, Sexuality, Politics

      Resource Type: Book
      Lucey describes how Gide wrote about his homosexuality in the 1920s and 1930s and became involved in left-wing political activity.
    151. Luchte, James: American Wasteland
      The Most Urgent Challenge for America is Its Poorly Hidden Mental Health Crisis

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Hearing the phrase "mental health crisis," one may think of the epidemic of mass shootings plaguing the country since the Reagan era. Or, images may erupt of home grown terrorist attacks or the plunge toward right-wing extremism in contemporary politics. Yet, suicide outranks both homicides and car accidents as the number one killer of our fellow citizens.
    152. Ludlum, David M.: National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Weather
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      A colour field guide to observing and understanding weather. 378 photographs showing cloud types, precipitation, storms, and optical phenomena.
    153. Ludwig, Mike: From Somaly Mam to ''Eden'': How Sex Trafficking Sensationalism Hurts Sex Workers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Most activists, regardless of ideology, are trying to do the right thing. But when it comes to human rights and sex work, doing the right thing is often much more complicated than calling the cops or donating 75 cents a day to a starving child on TV.
    154. Lukianoff, Greg; Haidt, Jonathan: The Coddling of the American Mind
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      For their own emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection in the classroom from words and ideas they don't like. It is a movement that is problematic for academic institutions, and likely damaging to student development and mental health.
    155. Lule, Jack: Daily News, Eternal Stories
      The Mythological Role of Journalism

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2001
      Argues that in many ways news articles of today draw from age-old tales have have chastened, entertained, and entranced people since the beginning of time.
    156. Luna, Jonathan: Damming Magdalena: Emgesa Threatens Colombian Communities
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Local people protest a project that attacks the region's biodiversity and communities.
    157. Lupton, Deborah: Moral Threats and Dangerous Desires
      AIDS in the News Media

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1994
      "The mass media have played a key role in constructing public understandings of the epidemic. In the majority of instances, HIV-related disease has been presented as a condition affecting social and/or demographic minorities -- groups whose exceptional behaviour has put them at special risk. Yet at the same time, HIV and AIDS are said to threaten us all: be we heterosexual, lesbian or gay, be we young or somewhat older; be we of minority or majority ethnic status."
    158. Lynch, Jennifer: The Face Off: Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Technology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Face recognition is poised to become one of the most pervasive surveillance technologies, and law enforcement's use of it is increasing rapidly. However, the adoption of face recognition technologies like these is occurring without meaningful oversight, without proper accuracy testing of the systems as they are actually used in the field, and without the enactment of legal protections to prevent internal and external misuse.
    159. Lynch, Jennifer; Bibring, Peter: Los Angeles Cops Should Release Automatic License Plate Reader Records, EFF & ACLU Argue in Opening Brief
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      On Friday, EFF and the ACLU of Southern California filed the opening brief in their lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department for information on how the agencies are using Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR). They argue the departments are improperly withholding these records, keeping important information about this invasive surveillance technology from the public.
    160. Lynch, Michael: Aids Activist
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    161. Lyne, Finn: Arctic Wars, Animal Rights, Endangered People
      Resource Type: Book
    162. Lynes, George Pratt; essays by Crump, James: George Platt Lynes: Photographs from the Kinsey Institute
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
    163. Löwy, Michael: Marx's Ecology: Recovered Legacy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Löwy says that while mainstream ecologicail theory has been dismissive of Karl Marx, serious research in recent decades has recovered some of his very important insights on ecological issues.

    M

    1. M: The Sensuous Man
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1971
    2. Maarchand, Roland: Advertising the American Dream
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
    3. Maass, Dave: Why Facebook Failed Our Censorship Test
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      If you click around Facebook's "Government Request Report," you'll notice that, for many countries, Facebook enumerates the number of "content restrictions" the company has fulfilled. This is a sanitized term for censorship.
    4. Maass, David: San Diego's Facial Recognition Program Shows Why We Need Records on Police Use of Mobile Biometric Technology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The New York Times has a story out on how San Diego police use mobile facial recognition devices in the field, including potentially on non-consenting residents who aren't suspected of a crime. One account from a retired firefighter is especially alarming.
    5. Maass, Peter: Inside NSA, Officials Privately Criticize 'Collect It All' Surveillance
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      As Members of Congress struggle to agree on which surveillance programs to re-authorize before the Patriot Act expires, they might consider the unusual advice of an intelligence analyst at the National Security Agency who warned about the danger of collecting too much data.
    6. Macan, T. T.; Worthington, E. B.: Life in Lakes and Rivers
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    7. Macaray, David: Where It All Began: The Dawn of 'Fake News'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      While today's political smear campaigns and propaganda have gotten more sophisticated and subtle, the underlying ethics remain as maggoty as ever.
    8. Macauley, David (Editor): Minding Nature
      The Philosophers of Ecology

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
      This is a collection of writings by western philosophers on ecology.
    9. MacCulloch, Ross. D.: The ROM Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Ontario
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      Includes all reptiles and amphibians observed in Ontario.
    10. MacDonald, Bryan: Confessions of a (verified) Russia-linked Twitter Bot
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Twitter's defines any user who has "ever logged in, at any time, from Russia" as being "Russia-linked." This is taking the new McCarthyism to ridiculous levels.
    11. MacDonald, Bryan: Facebook’s 'anti-fake news' plan looks like effort to curb alternative media
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Examines the problems of how 'fake news' is defined, and how Facebook's strategy to limit exposure to 'fake news' might also impact any alternative media.
    12. Macdonald, Dick: The Media Game
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    13. Macdonald, Dwight: The Book-of-the-Millennium Club
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1952
      For $249.50, which is (for all practical purposes) $250, one could buy, in 1952, a hundred pounds of Great Books: four hundred and forty-three works by seventy-six authors, ranging chronologically and in other ways from Homer to Dr. Mortimer J. Adler, the whole forming a mass amounting to thirty-two thousand pages, mostly double-column, containing twenty-five million words squeezed into fifty-four volumes.
    14. MacDonald, Neil: Call me radical, but journalists should be able to pledge support for Palestinian journalists: Neil Macdonald
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Journalist Neil MacDonald defends journalistic freedom and safety following a statement issued by the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE), an organization that faltered in carrying out its mandate.
    15. MacDougall, Kate: Lobbying like the Professionals
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
    16. MacElreath , Mark: Managing Systematic and Ethical Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    17. MacInnis, Joseph (ed.): Saving the Oceans
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      This collection of writings from experts from around the world examines how the oceans are necessary to life on Eath, and what is being done by scientists and environmentalists to save them.
    18. Macintosh, Rob: Education for the TurnAround Decade: The Environmentally Friendly School
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1990
    19. Mackey, Aaron; Schoen, Seth; Cohn, Cindy: Unreliable Informants: IP Addresses, Digital Tips and Police Raids
      How Police and Courts are Misusing Unreliable IP Address Information and What They Can Do to Better Verify Electronic Tips

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      An explanation of the pitfalls of use of IP addresses as electronic evidence by law enforcement, and how law enforcement and courts can use IP addresses responsibly in criminal investigations with specific suggestions to assist each of them.
    20. MacKinnon, Hannah: Lockdown: the end of growth in the tar sands
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Climate change is here and now. And if world leaders had heeded scientific warnings 30 years ago, 20 years ago, 10 years ago, or even as recently as the Copenhagen climate conference in 2009 -- it's possible we would be well on our way to securing the decarbonized future that the world desperately needs.
    21. Mackler, Jeff: Demonizing Edward Snowden
      Obama Goes Beyond Orwell

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Edward Snowden’s revelations have gone a long way to lifting the veil of secrecy and foul play that is the norm in capitalist America. He has hastened the time when BIG BROTHER’S rules of engagement — and all forms of ruling-class oppression — are brought to an end forever.
    22. Mackler, Jeff: The National Security State Exposed
      Obama v. Snowden

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Snowden disclosed orders demanding that all of the nation’s internet providers allow for secretly conducted, and ongoing government sweep of phone calls, audio and video chats, e-mails, photographs, and other communications used daily by American citizens.
    23. MacLennan, Jennifer; Moffat, John: Inside Language
      A Canadian Language Reader

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    24. MADA-Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms: Under Fire: Documentary details attacks on journalists during Gaza offensive
      Resource Type: Film/Video
      Published: 2015
      In the summer of 2014, Israel launched a military operation on Gaza dubbed "Operation Protective Edge". By the time Israeli forces withdrew from the strip, 17 journalists were confirmed dead. No one has been held accountable for their deaths so far.
    25. Magazines Canada Staff: How to Start a Magazine
      The Basics

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      A list of practical suggestions for starting a magazine via several frequently asked questions by new and would-be publishers.
    26. Magdoff, Fred; Foster, John Bellamy: What Every Environmentalist Needs To Know about Capitalism
      A Citizen's Guide to Capitalism and the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2011
      A manifesto for those environmentalists who reject schemes of “green capitalism” or piecemeal reform. Magdoff and Foster argue that efforts to reform capitalism along environmental lines or rely solely on new technology to avert catastrophe misses the point. The main cause of the looming environmental disaster is the driving logic of the system itself, and those in power — no matter how “green” — are incapable of making the changes that are necessary.
    27. Magdoff, Fred; Williams, Chris: Creating an Ecological Society
      Toward a Revolutionary Transformation

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2017
      Because it aims squarely at replacing capitalism with an ecologically sound and socially just society, Creating an Ecological Society is filled with revolutionary hope. Fred Magdoff and Chris Williams, who have devoted their lives to activism, Marxist analysis, and ecological science, provide informed, fascinating accounts of how a new world can be created from the ashes of the old.
    28. Magdoff, Harry; Foster, John Bellamy; Buttel, Frederick H.: Hungry for Profit
      The Agribusiness Threat to Farmers, Food, and the Environment

      Resource Type: Book
      Presents a historical analysis and an incisive overview of the issues and debates surrounding the global commodification of agriculture.
    29. Maggio, Rosalie: The New Beacon Book of Quotations by Women
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1996
    30. Maguire, Gil: Obama's role model to journalists — Dorothy Thompson — turned against Zionism and was silenced
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Dorothy Thompson, whose truly stellar career ended in false charges of antisemitism made by Zionists.
    31. Mahmood, Mona; O'Kane, Maggie; Madlena, Chavala; Smith, Teresa: Revealed: Pentagon's link to Iraqi torture centres
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The Pentagon sent a US veteran of the "dirty wars" in Central America to oversee sectarian police commando units in Iraq that set up secret detention and torture centres to get information from insurgents.
    32. Mahon, Karen: In the battle of people vs. pipelines, round one went to the people
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Last Wednesday I was arrested. I crossed a police line intended to mark the area where Kinder Morgan plans to drill into a mountainside as part of the survey work for an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline to carry diluted bitumen from the tar sands to the ocean.
    33. Mahoney, Robert: Free Speech Protection Act could slow 'libel tourism'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Free press advocates in Britain are looking to a bill stuck in the U.S. Congress for moral support in the fight to reform England#s draconian defamation laws. The U.S. bill, the Free Speech Protection Act 2009, is itself the product of those laws, which have made London the capital of #libel tourism.#
    34. Mahoney, Robert: Toronto's Citizen Lab uses forensics to fight online censors
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Citizen Lab's team of academics and students investigate in real time governments and companies that restrict what we see and hear on the Internet. They are also trying to help online journalists and bloggers slip the shackles of censorship and surveillance.
    35. Malanga, Gerard (ed.): Scopophilia
      The Love of Looking

      Resource Type: Book
      Gerard Malanga interviews 35 photographers about photo voyeurism.
    36. Malarek, Victor: Former students allege psychological, physical and sexual abuse at Ont. Christian school
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Alumni of Grenville Christian College in Brockville, Ontario recount disturbing stories, including allegations of physical, sexual and psychological abuse during the 1970s, 80's and 90's.
    37. Malcolm, Jeremy: Payment Processors are Still Policing Your Sex Life, and the Latest Victim is FetLife
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      The adult social network FetLife just lost its ability to process credit card payments because it offers a platform for members to discuss and to post depictions of consensual BDSM practices.
    38. Malcolm, Jeremy; Stoltz, Mitch: How Threats Against Domain Names Are Used to Censor Content
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A summary of a whitepaper released by EFF titled "Which Internet registries offer the best protection for domain owners?", outlining important points to consider, such as the policies of the registry that operates the domain.
    39. Malik, Kenan: Fake News and the Gatekeepers of Truth
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at misinformation or 'fake news' and how it has changed from the past; while only governments and prominent figures could once manipulate public opinion, today it is anyone with online access.
    40. Malik, Kenan: How green are your ethics?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      The assumption that underlies much of the discussion on carbon neutrality is that any activity that emits CO2 - and that means virtually every human activity - is something to apologise for. All human activities must be judged by their carbon content, and the morality of an action gauged principally by its carbon count. Carbon calculators have become the moral barometers of our age.
    41. Malm, Andreas: Fossil Capital
      The Rise of Steam Power and the Roots of Global Warming

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
      The more we know about the catastrophic implications of climate change, the more fossil fuels we burn. How did we end up in this mess? In this masterful new history, Andreas Malm claims it all began in Britain with the rise of steam power.
    42. Malm, Andreas: The Progress of This Storm
      Nature and Society in a Warming World

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2018
      An attack on the idea that nature and society are impossible to distinguish from each other.
    43. Malm, Andreas; Landstrom, Rasmus: Without a Popular Movement We Don't Stand a Chance: Andreas Malm on Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      An interview with the author of "Fossil Capital and The Progress of This Storm", who says there are reasons to be hopeful but significant progress will require a global movement of unprecedented scale.
    44. Mance, Henry: Last Frontier
      Local communities fight mineral exploration and eviction in the Andes

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Afro-descendant communities in Colombia are fighting to retain control of their ancestral goldmines in the face of pressure from private interests.
    45. Mandel, Charles: How Big Oil seeps into Canadian academia
      Canada's oily universities

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      For years, Royal Dutch Shell has tried to portray itself as one of the good guys in the battle against climate change. It recently completed improvements to an oil upgrader in Fort Saskatchewan, near Edmonton, to capture up to a third of its greenhouse gas emissions - equivalent to removing the annual pollution of about 250,000 cars.
    46. Mandel, Charles: While you were distracted climate change warning arrived
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      With dire warnings of catastrophic sea level rise and superstorms capable of pitching 1,000 tonne mega-boulders onto shorelines, scientist James Hansen sounded an alarm over continued global warming.
    47. Mandel, Kyla: Brussels 'Revolving Door' Keeps Relationship Cozy Between Big Energy and EU Decision Makers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The Brussels 'revolving door' has allowed Big Energy to remain close to European climate and energy decision makers ahead of December's Paris COP21 climate talks, a new report shows.
    48. Mandhai, Shafik: Half of UK sees The Sun tabloid as 'negative influence'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Half of Britons see one of the UK's largest tabloids, The Sun, as a negative influence on society, according to a new poll.
    49. Mandhai, Shafik: Cambridge slammed for 'censoring' Palestine BDS event
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Cambridge University is accused of censorship after it threatened to ban a meeting about the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, unless the Palestinian academic chairing it was removed and replaced with its own choice.
    50. Mandhai, Shafik: Double standards: Do all journalist lives matter?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Little attention is paid to reporters from the Global South who are killed, abused, or left stranded by foreign media.
    51. Manduca, Paola; Chalmers, Iain; Summerfield, Derek; Gilbert, Mads; Ang, Swee: Lancet: an Open Letter for the People of Gaza
      The Massacre Must Stop

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      A public letter from doctors and scientists to stop the massacre.
    52. Manguel, Alberto: Into The Looking-Glass Wood
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      A journey through the possibilities of reading.
    53. Manguel, Alberto: A Reader on Reading
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      A collection of essays addressing the importance of reading and writing books in our journey of self-discovery and exploration of the world.
    54. Manguel, Alberto: Reading Pictures
      A History of Love and Hate

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
      A meditation on the questions we ask ourselves when standing in front of a piece of art.
    55. Manguel, Alberto (ed.): The Gates of Paradise
      Resource Type: Book
    56. Mann, Eric: Prelude to Paris: Four Tragic Tactics by President Obama and Four Climate Justice Proposals He Must Support
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      In December 2015 the world's governments meet in Paris for a truly historic event -- the United Nations Framework Climate Change Conference. (UNFCCC). The objective of the conference is to protect Mother Earth from the assault of its most ungrateful inhabitants. The challenge is whether Homo sapiens, especially those of the ruling classes of the United States and Europe, can be civilized by the rest of the world before it is too late for all of us.
    57. Mann, Thomas: The Changing Nature of the Catalog and Its Integration with Other Discovery Tools. Final Report. March 17, 2006
      Discovery Tools. Final Report. March 17, 2006.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      The Calhoun report draws unjustified conclusions about the digital age, inflates wishful thinking, fails to make critical distinctions, and disregards (as well as mischaracterizes) an alternative “niche” strategy for research libraries, to promote scholarship (rather than increase “market position”).
    58. Mann, Thomas: "On the Record" but Off the Track
      A Review of the Report of The Library of Congress Working Group on The Future of Bibliographic Control

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
    59. Mann, Thomas: The Peloponnesian War and the Future of Reference, Cataloging, and Scholarship in Research Libraries
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      An examination of the overall principles and practices of both reference service and cataloguing operations in the promotion of scholarly research, pointing out important differences not just in content available onsite and offsite, but also among necessary search techniques. It specifies the differences between scholarship and quick information seeking.
    60. Mann, Thomas: What is Distinctive about the Library of Congress In Both its Collections and its Means of Access to Them
      And The Reasons LC Needs to Maintain Classified Shelving of Books Onsite, And A Way to Deal Effectively with the Problem of "Books on the Fl

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The Library cannot solve its space problems by adoption of a "digital strategy"
      without seriously damaging our larger mission to promote scholarship of unusual scope and
      depth. If the Library’s own access to its own general book collection were to be dumbed
      down to only the levels of subject access provided by Google, Amazon, or Internet search
      mechanisms, we would effectively be endorsing, and institutionalizing, the level of
      ignorance exemplified by the Six Blind Men of India.
    61. Mann, Thomas: What is Going on at the Library of Congress?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      What is going on at the Library of Congress? Several recent decisions by the current LC
      administration have produced firestorms of protest, both inside and outside the Library, that LC is abdicating its professional responsibilities to the national system of shared cataloging, as well as undermining its core mission to acquire, catalog, make accessible, and preserve its own unparalleled holdings–especially its book collections.
    62. Mann, Thomas: Will Google's Keyword Searching Eliminate the Need for LC Cataloging and Classification?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      Google Print does not "change everything" regarding the need for professional cataloging and classification of books; its limitations make cataloging and classification even more important to researchers. Google’s keyword search mechanism, backed by the display of results in "relevance ranked" order, is expressly designed and optimized for quick information seeking rather than scholarship.
    63. Manning, Richard: Last Stand
      A Riveting Expose of Environmental Pillage and a Lone Journalist's Struggle to Keep Faith

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      The author describes his confrontation with big business, examining the clash between nature and consumer society.
    64. Manning, Richard; Sayare, Scott: As the World Burns
      Combustion Engines; There Will Always Be Fires

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A two essay report that examines the causes and costs of large wildfires. The first essay titled "Combustion Engines" takes a look at a 'mega-fire' that raged across Montana in 2017, placing blame on global warmimg, mismanagement by authorities, and the building of houses in high rish areas. The second essay, "There Will Always Be Fires", describes the conditions that led to huge blazes in Portugal which are largely attributed to the introduction of of the highly flammable eucalyptus.
    65. Mao Tse-Tung: Five Documents on Literature and Art
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1967
    66. Marchand, Roland: Creating the Corporate Soul
      The Rise of Public Relations and Corporte Imagery in American Big Business

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    67. Marden, Beatrice, Springer, Nesha B.: Who Cares for the Baby
      Resource Type: Book
    68. Marech, Rona: Radical Transformation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Writer Patrick Califia-Rice has long explored the fringes. Now the former lesbian S/M activist is exploring life as a man.
    69. Marian Swerdlow: Teachers as Change Agents
      Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing against the Corporate Juggernaut

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Book review of Howard Ryan's Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing against the Corporate Juggernaut.
    70. Mariner, Joanne: One Thousand Years of Solitude
      Life in the SHU

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Indefinite solitary confinement: a large-scale experiment in sensory deprivation and social isolation.
    71. Mark, Monica: Cuba leads fight against Ebola in Africa as west frets about border security
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The island nation has sent hundreds of health workers to help control the deadly infection while richer countries worry about their security – instead of heeding UN warnings that vastly increased resources are urgently needed.
    72. Marlin, Randall: Propaganda and the Ethics of Persuation
      Resource Type: Book
    73. Marmot, Michael; Wilkinson, Richard (eds.): Social Determinants of Health
      Resource Type: Book
      A wide ranging collection providing health records from around the world
    74. Márquez, Humberto: Women Recycle for Income and Environment
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The women of this town in northern Venezuela no longer say "garbage" but rather "secondary raw material," and instead of referring to recycling, they talk about "separation at point of origin."
    75. Marquis-Boire: Inside the Spyware Campaign Against Argentine Troublemakers
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor known for doggedly investigating a 1994 Buenos Aires bombing, was targeted by invasive spy software downloaded onto his cellular phone shortly before his mysterious death. The software masqueraded as a confidential document and was intended to infect a Windows computer. An investigation by The Intercept indicates that this targeting was likely not an isolated event.
    76. Marquis-Boire, Morgan; Greenwald, Glenn; Lee, Micah: XKEYSCORE: NSA's Google for the World's Private Communications
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The NSA's XKEYSCORE program, first revealed by The Guardian, sweeps up countless people's Internet searches, emails, documents, usernames and passwords, and other private communications. XKEYSCORE is fed a constant flow of Internet traffic from fiber optic cables that make up the backbone of the world’s communication network, among other sources, for processing.
    77. Marqusee, Mike: Held hostage by Big Pharma: a personal experience
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Mike Marqusee looks at how drug firms can make huge profits from their state-enforced monopoly on an essential good.
    78. Marqusee, Mike: The misbegotten 'war against cancer'
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
    79. Marqusee, Mike: The Price of Experience
      Writings on Living with Cancer

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      Writer and political activist Mike Marqusee was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer, in the summer of 2007. At first, disinclined to share his misery with others, he was reluctant to write about his illness. But he then came to realize that doing so provided a precious continuity with his life as a writer before contracting the disease, and a way of reaching out to a wider world that the illness made physically less accessible. Writing allowed him to address what he saw as a variety of insidious platitudes that surround cancer, often connected to the individualistic idea that the sufferer must be brave in battling the disease, with the inevitable corollary that those who succumb have, in some measure, brought it on themselves. And so Marqusee begins to write about his illness. Not just his own symptoms and feelings, but the responses of friends to the news that he is ill and the way these reflect broader social attitudes towards the sick.
    80. Marriott, Hannah: Penises on the fashion catwalk - a flesh flash too far?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      The sight of men's genitals at the Rick Owens menswear show in Paris on Thursday caused a bit of a stir on the front row.
    81. Marsden, William: Stupid to the Last Drop
      How Alberta is Bringing Environmental Armageddon to Canada (and Doesn't Seem to Care)

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      As the world teeters on the edge of catastrophic climate change, Alberta plunges ahead with uncontrolled development of its fossil fuels, levelling its northern Boreal forest to get at the oil sands, and carpet bombing its southern half with tens of thousands of gas wells.
    82. Marsh, A; Gordon; Pantazis, C; Heslop, P: Home Sweet Home?
      The Impact of Poor Housing on Health

      Resource Type: Book
      The authors set out to research three topics: the link between overcrowding and respiratory and infectious diseases; how and if housing deprivation impacts on overall health and finally the link between housing and health in the context of the range of other possible influences on health.
    83. Marsh, John: Where Did Our Red Love Go?
      Red Love Across the Pacific: Political and Sexual Revolutions of the Twentieth Century

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Book review of Paula Rabinowitz's, Ruth Barraclough's, and Heather Bowen-Struyk's Red Love Across the Pacific: Political and Sexual Revolutions of the Twentieth Century.
    84. Marshall, George: Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2014
      A book that tries to understand why people are so prone to deny or ignore the reality of climate change.
    85. Marshall, Jonathan: Coal Miners' Futures in Renewable Energy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      If President Trump wants to earn a rare legislative victory and take political credit for reviving hard-hit regions of rural America, he should take a close look at how one Kentucky coal company is creating jobs.
    86. Marshall, Judith: Training for Empowerment
      A Kit of Materials for Popular Literacy Workers

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1992
    87. Martin, Abby: Aaron Swartz and the Fight for Free Information
      His Blood is on the Hands of the US Government

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It’s been just over two years since computer prodigy Aaron Swartz took his own life. He was the target of a merciless witch-hunt by the Department of Justice, ultimately choosing death over 35 years behind bars for the crime of releasing information. As someone who transformed the way we all use and love the internet, Aaron should have gotten a medal of honour, not a death sentence.
    88. Martin, Judith: Miss Manners' Guide to Rearing Perfect Children
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
    89. Martin, Lisa; Mansfield, Elizabeth; McPherson, Ruth: Coping With Cholesterol
      Dietary and Lifestyle Guidelines for Reducing Heart Disease Risk Factors

      Resource Type: Book
    90. Martin, Mick; Porter, Marsha: Video & DVD Guide 2003
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
    91. Martin, Mick; Porter, Marsha: Video Movie Guide 1993
      Resource Type: Book
    92. Martin, Patrick: Time magazine honors journalists facing repression - but snubs Julian Assange
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      A look at Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year' award for 2018, which did not list any journalist who exposed state secrets or government misconduct in the United States, nor whistleblowers from Israel, Egypt, India or any of the NATO countries.
    93. Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich: The Communist Manifesto
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1848
      Written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels as the theoretical and practical platform of the Communist League, a workers' association.
    94. Marx, Wesley: The Frail Ocean
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    95. Maser, Chris: Global Imperative
      Harmonizing Culture and Nature

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    96. Maser, Chris: The Redesigned Forest
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
      An exploration of how forests are utilized, with particular interest paid to the old-growth coniferous forests of the Pacific north-west.
    97. Mason, David: The Secret is Purposeful Action
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2007
      Don't let fear and hesitation, both common causes of procrastination, hold you back from taking purposeful action and getting started on your better life.
    98. Masters, Jeff: The Manufactured Doubt Industry And The Hacked Email Controversy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The fossil fuel industry has been working for years to create a smokescreen of doubt to obscure the facts of global warming.
    99. Masters, William H., Johnson, Virginia E, Kolodny, Robert C.: Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
      Sex researchers William H. Masters, Virginia E. Johnson, and Robert C. Kolodny present a comprehensive and readable survey of their findings on the complexities - biological, psychological, and social - that make up human sexuality.
    100. Masterson, Michael: Seven Years to Seven figures
      The Fast-Track Plan to Becoming a Millionaire

      Resource Type: Book
    101. Mate, Gabor: In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      Gabor Mate looks at the epidemic of addictions in our society, tells us why we are so prone to them, and outlines what he thinks is needed to liberate ourselves from their hold on our emotions and behaviours.
    102. Matsumoto, Chie: Fukushima After Five Years
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      In the five years since the triple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, at least 100,000 people remain displaced; 80 people have committed suicide in Fukushima alone over the loss of their families.
    103. Matthews, Jeff: Is Canada's government trying to kill off the wild salmon?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Matthews discusses how the Canadian government's actions and legal changes threaten the wild salmon.
    104. Mattis, Kristine: Toxic Curve Ball: Why Outdated Assumptions to Determine "Safe Levels" of Toxicants Forfeit the Game
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      By now, a large number of consumers are aware of the hazards of the synthetic compound bisphenol-A (BPA). Effective May 11, 2016, under California state law Proposition 65, products containing BPA must possess a warning label indicating that exposure could result in female reproductive impairment. Independent research on the endocrine disrupting effects of the chemical, commonly used in plastic bottles, the lining of metal cans, and customer receipts, among other applications, has consistently demonstrated toxic effects at low dose exposures. Two recent robust studies from Denmark concur, finding deleterious effects in rats exposed to BPA at doses lower than those considered safe for human ingestion, yet not at several higher doses. Nevertheless, regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) conclude that BPA is safe at the levels at which it is currently in use.
    105. May, Elizabeth: At the Cutting Edge
      The Fight for Canada's Forests

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      Exposes the overexploitation of Canada's forests and suggests measures to create a sustainable industry.
    106. Mayer, Jonathan: The Turn-Verizon Zombie Cookie
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Discussion of Verizon's "supercookie," a header that tracks mobile subscribers, even if they have opted out, cleared their cookies, or entered private browsing mode.
    107. Mayer, Martin: The Schools
      Resource Type: Book
    108. Maynen, Nick: Concrete, or beaches? World's sand running out as global construction booms
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A crucial component of concrete, sand is vital to the global construction industry. China alone is importing a billion tonnes of sand a year, and its increasing scarcity is leading to large scale illegal mining and deadly conflicts. With ever more sand fetched from riverbeds, shorelines and sandbanks, roads and bridges are being undermined and beaches eroded. And the world's sand wars are only set to worsen.
    109. Maynes, Clifford: Public Consultation: A Citizens Handbook
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
    110. Mazoyer, Marcel; Roudart, Laurence: A History of World Agriculture
      From the Neolithic Age to the Current Crisis

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      Begins with the emergence of agriculture after thousands of years in which human societies had depended on hunting and gathering, showing how agricultural techniques developed in the different regions of the world.
    111. McAllister, Joe: Revealing My Sources
      Resource Type: Article
    112. McArthur, Tom (editor); McArthur, Roshan (assistant editor): Concise Oxford Companion to the English Language
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      The varieties of English around the world, the cultural impact of the language, the nature and origins of words, some pronunciation, vocabulary, usage, and word-formation
    113. McCarthy, Donnachadh: Responsible advertisers must boycott climate-sceptic Mail, Sun, Times, Telegraph, Express
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A handful of right wing media billionnaires have been using their newspapers as propaganda rags to attack climate science and oppose climate action, writes Donnachadh McCarthy. Yet even 'climate leader' companies like M&S are fuelling their profits by advertising with them. Now a new #Deadvertisment campaign is demanding them to stop, right now.
    114. McCarthy, Kieren: Google keeps tracking you even when you specifically tell it not to: Maps, Search won't take no for an answer
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Google has admitted that its option to "pause" the gathering of your location data doesn't apply to its Maps and Search apps – which will continue to track you even when you specifically choose to halt such monitoring.
    115. McChesney, Robert W: Rich Media, Poor Democracy
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    116. McConnachie, Brian: The Job of Sex
      A Workingman's Guide to Productive Lovemaking

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1974
    117. McCook, Alison: Philosophy journal spoofed, retracts hoax article
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      A philosophy journal that focuses on the teachings of philosopher Alain Badiou has apparently fallen victim to yet another Sokal hoax, and has retracted a fake article submitted by authors trying to expose the publication's weaknesses. The paper, "Ontology, Neutrality and the Strive for (non-)Being-Queer," attributed to Benedetta Tripodi of the Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza in Romania, is apparently the work of two academics, who submitted the absurd article to Badiou Studies to expose its lack of rigor in accepting papers.
    118. McCormick: Acid Earth
      The Global Threat of Acid Pollution

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1990
    119. McCormick, John: Acid Earth
      The Global Threat of Acid Pollution

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
      This is the new, revised and updated version of McCormic's comprehensive book on the subject of acid rain and its effect on the environment.
    120. McCracken, Krista: Archives As Activism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Last week was archives awareness week in Ontario, a week to raise awareness about what archivists do, what archives are, and just generally celebrate all of the good stuff associated with archives. In addition to general archives promotion this week it is also about the connection between archives and activism.
    121. McCree, Keith and Barbra: Trail Damage Caused by Irresponsible Mountain Bikers
      Resource Type: Article
      The damage caused by each mountain biker is much greater than that caused by a hiker, firstly because of the extra weight of the bike, and secondly because the soil is impacted continuously along the trail, while a hiker's feet hit the soil only at intervals.
    122. McCuaig, J.D.; Manning, E.W.: Agricultural Land Use Change in Canada: Process and Consequences
      Land Use in Canada Series: Number 21

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
      Three of the six chapters focus on the Saugeen River Valley.
    123. McCullagh, Declan: Journalists at risk from linking bans
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2000
      Microsoft tries to prevent critical sites from linking to sites carrying what they consider copyright violations.
    124. McCutcheon, Sean: Electric Rivers
      The Story of the James Bay Project

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    125. McDonald, Henry: Endemic rape and abuse of Irish children in Catholic care, inquiry finds
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Beatings and humiliation by nuns and priests were common at institutions that held up to 30,000 children, Ryan report states.
    126. McFarland, Col. Maxie: Military Cultural Education
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2005
      Working with diverse cultures in their home element is more a matter of finesse, diplomacy, and communication than the direct application of coercive power. Success demands an understanding of individual, community, and societal normative patterns as they relate to the tasks soldiers perform and the environment in which they are performed. Cultural education is now necessary as part of soldier and leader development programs.
    127. McGann, Daniel M., Robinson, L.R.: The Doctor's Sore Foot Book
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    128. McGinnis, Kathleen; McGinnis, James: Parenting for Peace and Justice
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1981
    129. McGough, John: Eliizabeth Kolbert's Field Notes from a Catastrophe
      Against The Current vol. 125

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2006
      Floods in normally drought-stricken eastern India have killed hundreds and left 1.5 million homeless this summer. Closer to home, a record-setting heat wave this June killed 225 in the United States, breaking thousands of local temperature records and sending the mercury above 104 degrees as far north as North Dakota.
    130. McGrath, Cam: Desert Winds Stir New Hope
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      With oil and gas reserves running dry, Egypt is eyeing wind power as a solution to its looming energy crunch.
    131. McGreal,Chris: American drought: California's crisis
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      California is undergoing its worst drought in a generation. Chris McGreal explains how it is affecting the state.
    132. McGuire, Mary; Stilborne, Linda; McAdams, Melinda; Hyatt, Laurel: The Internet Handbook for Writers, Researchers, and Journalists
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2000
    133. McInerney, Lisa: Don't tell me that working-class people can’t be articulate
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      When writing dialogue, the idea that a drug dealer must be portrayed as verbally hesitant is daft -- language is not a tool issued by the nobility.
    134. McIntosh, Dave: When the Work's All Done This Fall
      The Settling of the Land

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1989
      Excerpts from eighteenth- and nineteenth-century writings that touch on Canadian agriculture.
    135. McKeen Wiles, Roy: Scholarly Reporting in the Humanities
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1968
    136. McKellar, Peter ed.: Land Use or Land Abuse?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1977
      This Study Action Kit has been compiled to help the interested Canadians learn the facts about the nature, scope and urgency of the present land use situation in Canada. The materials are intended as a starting point for both study and action.
    137. McKenna, Brian: Cancer is Capitalist Violence
      Anthropology Against Oncology

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      It’s been two decades since the publication of Martha Balsham’s landmark study, “Cancer in the Community: Class and Medical Authority (1993).” Balshem, a hospital-based anthropologist, documented how a Philadelphia “lay community” rejected medical advice to stop smoking, eat fruits and vegetables and schedule regular screening tests. The working class community of Tannerstown (a pseudonym) instead blamed air pollution from highway traffic and nearby chemical plants, as well as fate, for their cancers.
    138. McKibben, Bill: Scandal! Exxon knew about climate change, boosted denialism, misled shareholders, went carbon heavy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      One of the world's biggest energy companies has been caught out in what may be the biggest ever climate scandal. Way back in the 1980s ExxonMobil knew of the 'potentially catastrophic' and 'irreversible' effects of increasing fossil fuel consumption, but chose to cover up the findings, spread misinformation on climate change, and go for high carbon energy sources.
    139. McKie, Craig; Singer, Benjamin: Communications in Canadian Society
      Resource Type: Book
    140. McKie, Robin: Gene wars: the last-ditch battle over who owns the rights to our DNA
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      A US biotech company is fighting to protect the patents it took out on a test for a cancer-causing gene. Scientists say a win for the firm would set back a growing ability to detect diseases.
    141. McKie, Robin; Thorpe, Vanessa: Digital Domesday Book lasts 15 years not 100
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2002
      It was meant to be a showcase for Britain's electronic prowess but 16 years after it was created, the £2.5 million BBC Domesday Project has achieved an unexpected and unwelcome status: it is now unreadable.
    142. McLaren, Jesse (ed.): System Change Not Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Stopping climate catastrophe and winning a world of climate justice is a critical task of our generation -- and it will require a radical transformation of society and of our relationship with nature. This pamphlet examines the climate crisis, Canada's contributio, and the development of colonialism and capitalism that led us here.
    143. McLaren, Karla: Bridging the Chasm Between Two Cultures
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      A full-on clash of cultures makes communication extremely difficult between the skeptical community and the metaphysical/new age community.
    144. McLaren, Stephen: RoboCop is real -- and could be patrolling a mall near you
      K5 robot, the new sheriff in the valley

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Automated security has cameras, microphones and costs $7 an hour.
    145. McLaughlin, Jenna: The Big Secret That Makes the FBI's Anti-Encryption Campaign a Big Lie
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      McLaughlin discusses how hacking techniques and their increasing use are justified in a prevalent way by the American government.
    146. McLaughlin, Jenna: Verizon Lawyer Argues for Greater Legal Protection for Customer Location Data
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Verizon's general counsel and head of public policy made a public case for reconsidering legal protections on customer data in light of evolving technology that allows companies to almost continuously track cell phone users' location.
    147. McLaughlin, Jenna; Cooper, Talya: New Film Tells the Story of Edward Snowden; Here Are the Surveillance Programs He Helped Expose
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Oliver Stone's latest film, "Snowden," bills itself as a dramatized version of the life of Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower who revealed the global extent of U.S. surveillance capabilities.
    148. McLaughlin, Tom: Bookchin on Technology
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1978
      Murray Bookchin's arguments for a liberatory technology.
    149. McLauglin, Jenna: Is Law Enforcement "Going Dark" Because of Encryption? Hardly, Says New Report
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Unbreakable encryption -- which prevents easy, conventional surveillance of digital communications-- isn’t a big problem for law enforcement, says a report published by Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. The report, titled "Don’t Panic," finds that we are probably not "headed to a future in which our ability to effectively surveil criminals and bad actors is impossible" because of companies that offer end-to-end encryption, such as Apple.
    150. McLellan, A.G.; Yundt; S.E.; Dorfman, M.L.: Abandoned Pits and Quaries in Ontario
      Ontario Geological Survey Miscellaneous Paper 79

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
    151. McLuhan, Marshall: Understanding Media
      The Extensions of Man

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1964
      McLuhan says that the means by which people communicate determine their thoughts and actions.
    152. McMurtry, John: The FTAA and the WTO: the meta-program for global corporate rule
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2001
      The deepest and most systemic threat to civil and planetary life the world has ever faced is underway. Behind the disasters of regional economies and planetary ecosystems melting down, the threat is driven by an underlying meta-program, in terms of which every decision, every policy, every regulation and implementation is demanded and instituted by servant governments.
    153. McNamara, Tom: The Return of COINTELPRO?
      Time to Target the Real Terrorists

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The FBI was using its offices and agents across the country as early as August 2011 to engage in a massive surveillance scheme against Occupy Wall Street. The documents show a government agency at its most paranoid.
    154. McNeill, J.R.; Engelke, Peter: The Great Acceleration
      An Environmental History of the Anthropocene since 1945

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
      Since the mid-twentieth century, the accelerating pace of energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, and population growth has thrust the planet into a massive uncontrolled experiment. The Great Acceleration explains its causes and consequences, highlighting the role of energy systems, as well as trends in climate change, urbanization, and environmentalism.
    155. McTaggart, David: Outrage!
      The Ordeal of Greenpeace

      Resource Type: Book
    156. McVeigh, Karen: Hospital pays compensation over 'racism' death
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Harinder Veriah's death helped to expose an ugly truth in Hong Kong: that racism is a serious problem. A report "Hong Kong's big dirty little secret" acknowledged that racism was so ingrained that derogatory terms for ethnic minorities such as gwei lo ("ghost people") for whites and hak gwai or ("black ghost") for blacks were barely noticed.
    157. Mead, Margaret: Sex and Temperament
      Resource Type: Book
    158. Meadows, Donella; Meadows, Dennis; Randers, Jurgen: Beyond the Limits
      Confronting Global Collapse, Envisioning a Sustainable Future

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
    159. Mearsheimer, John J.: Why Leaders Lie
      The Truth about Lying in International Politics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      A systematic analysis of lying as a tool of statecraft, identifying the varieties, the reasons, and the potential costs and benefits.
    160. Media Lens: Feral Journalism - Rewilding Dissent
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Media censorship from corporations and politicians are distoring our view of reality but most of us aren't so far gone that we can't recognize the need for non-corporate media.
    161. Media Lens: Sick Sophistry: BBC News On Afghan Hospital "Mistakenly" Bombed by United States
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      One of the defining features of the corporate media is that Western crimes are ignored or downplayed. The US bombing of a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, on the night of October 3, 2015, is an archetypal example.
    162. Media Lens: The Syrian Observatory: Funded By The Foreign Office
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      The UK funded a project worth £194,769.60 to provide the 'Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' with communications equipment and cameras.
    163. Media Lens Editor: Menwith Menace: Britain's Complicity In Saudi Arabia's Terror Campaign Against Yemen
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      The 'mainstream' Western media is, almost by definition, the last place to consult for honest reporting of Western crimes. Consider the appalling case of Yemen which is consumed by war and an ongoing humanitarian catastrophe. Since March 2015, a 'coalition' of Sunni Arab states led by Saudi Arabia, and supported by the US, Britain and France, has been dropping bombs on neighbouring Yemen. The scale of the bombing is indicated in a recent article by Felicity Arbuthnot - in one year, 330,000 homes, 648 mosques, 630 schools and institutes, and 250 health facilities were destroyed or damaged.
    164. Media Lense: Noam Chomsky And The BBC: A Brief Comparison
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      A recent interview with 88-year-old Noam Chomsky once again demonstrates just how insightful he is in providing rational analysis of Western power and the suffering it generates. By contrast, anyone relying on BBC News receives a power-friendly view of the world, systematically distorted in a way that allows the state and private interests to pursue business as usual.
    165. Meeks, Brian: Remembering Michael Manley
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1997
      Manley, who had entered the decade of the Seventies with so much hope for changing Jamaica, departed bitterly at the end of it.
    166. Meggs, Geoff: Salmon
      The Decline of the British Columbia Fishery

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    167. Meili,Ryan: What We Don't Know Will Hurt Us: Ignorance In The Information Age
      Canada Has Changed

      Resource Type: Unclassified
      Published: 2015
      The war on knowledge is a war on the health of Canadians. We need a government that will embrace the information age and use evidence to improve our lives. We need a government that has the health of Canadians as its greatest priority. Ten years in, it’s clear that that government is not Stephen Harper’s.
    168. Mella, Kelly; Loew, Patty: Black Ink and the New Red Power
      Native American Newspapers and Tribal Sovereinty Journalism Communication Monographs

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
    169. Mellen, Peter: The Group of Seven
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
      Paintings, commentary, and history of the Group of Seven.
    170. Melville, Toby: Bullied BBC? Alternative media returns fire on claims it's waging 'war' on the corporation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Alternative media accused of waging "guerilla warfare" against the BBC by its former political editor Nick Robinson say they are just providing balance to the 'biased' government-funded corporation.
    171. Mencher, Melvin: Basic News Writing
      Resource Type: Book
    172. Mencken, H.L.: Prejudices: A Selection
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1955
      Essays by H.L. Mencken.
    173. Mendes, Kaitlynn: How the 'SlutWalk' Has Transformed the Rape Culture Conversation
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      It is amidst this wider rape culture, and the ways feminists are fighting back, that SlutWalk not only emerged, but exploded as a global grassroots movement. What is significant about SlutWalk is not the premise; after all, women have been protesting against sexual violence for decades. What is striking about SlutWalk was its ability, despite its feminist roots, to capture the mainstream media's attention.
    174. Mercer, Rick: Experimental Lakes Area Cuts
      Resource Type: Digital Video File
      Published: 2012
      Rick's Rant for October 30th, 2012.
    175. Merchant, Nomaan: Hundreds of children wait in large metal cages with foil blankets at Texas Border Patrol facility
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Inside an old warehouse in South Texas, hundreds of immigrant children wait in a series of cages created by metal fencing. One cage had 20 children inside. Scattered about are bottles of water, bags of chips and large foil sheets intended to serve as blankets.
    176. Merlis, George: How to Make the Most of Every Media Appearance
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2004
    177. Messenger, William; de Bruyn, Jan; Brown, Judy; Montagnes, Ramona: The Canadian Writer's Handbook
      4th edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2005
      A guide to research, writing, and documentation.
    178. Metcalf, Andy; Humphries, Martin: The Sexuality of Men
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1985
      Essays on aspects of male sexuality.
    179. Metzger, Phil: Perspective Without Pain
      Volume 1, Part 1 - The Basics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    180. Metzger, Phil: Perspective Without Pain
      Volume 2, Part 1 - Curves and Inclines

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    181. Meyer, Christine; Moosang, Faith: Living with the Land
      Communities Restoring the Earth

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      A collection of stories from grassroots communities about the benefits of ecological living.
    182. Meyer, Christine; Moosang, Faith (Editors): Landscaping With the Land
      Communities Restoring the Earth

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      A collection of essays which describe 14 communities using alternative forms of development; to rebuild sustainable communities and environments.
    183. Meynen, Nick: Charting Environmental Conflict - The Atlas of Environmental Justice
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Another tool supporting the growing movement and better global awareness is the Atlas of Environmental Justice. The EJAtlas is packed with qualitative information about almost 1800 environmental conflicts.
    184. Meynen, Nick: 'They stole the beach' - the major mafia that almost nobody wants to talk about
      The building boom in China and worldwide demand for consumer goods containing ilmenite has enriched criminals who specialise in stealing san

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Increasing demand for sand has led to targeting of sandy beaches by organised crime. Community members who speak out or protest the destruction of beaches are often victims of intimidation, harrassment and violence.
    185. Miah, Malik: Why Race Matters in the 2012 Elections
      Against The Current vol. 160

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      We sometimes hear that the drive by the Republican Party and the far right to "suppress the vote" -- attempting to ensure the election of a Republican president and win control of the Congress -- is just hardball politics, not about race or racism. Yet the primary target is people of color.
    186. Michael, Chris: Computer viruses slow African expansion
      Hampered by pirated software and super-slow download times, computer users in Africa are finding PC viruses hard to eradicate

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Expense of anti-virus software means a majority of African computer's are rife with malware that can brutally cripple the users relying on those systems.
    187. Michael, Wambi: Uganda: Carbon Trading Scheme Pushing People off Their Land
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Carbon trading schemes are causing the displacement of indigenous persons as western companies rush to invest in tree-planting projects in developing countries.
    188. Mickey, Thomas: Deconstructing Public Relations
      Resource Type: Book
    189. Mies, Maria; Shiva, Vandana: Ecofeminism
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1993
      The authors argue that ecological destruction and industrial catastrophes constitute a direct threat to everyday life, the maintenance of which has been made the particular responsibility of women. In both industrialized societies and developing countries, the new wars the world is experiencing, violent ethnic chauvinisms and the malfunctioning of the economy also pose urgent questions for ecofeminists. Is there a relationship between patriarchal oppression and the destruction of nature in the name of profit and progress? How can women counter the violence inherent in these processes? Should they look to a link between the women's movement and other social movements?
    190. Mika, Nick & Helma: Fun and Profit with Screen Printing
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
    191. Miliband, Ralph: The State in Capitalist Society
      The Analysis of the Western System of Power

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1969
      Miliband argues that the pluralist-democratic view of society, of politics and of the state in regards to the countries of advanced capitalism, is in all essential wrong.
    192. Millar, Matthew: Harper government's extensive spying on anti-oilsands groups revealed in FOIs
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      The National Energy Board, supposedly an independent federal agency, has directly coordinated efforts between CSIS, the RCMP and private oil companies against environmentalist groups and indigenous-rights activists.
    193. Miller, Carol: Air Force Invades the Rocky Mountains
      Sky Grab

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2012
      Communities throughout rural America are fighting to stop more Air Force flights overhead. In addition to New Mexico and Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Arizona, Kentucky and Maine are some of the other states fighting intrusive low-level flights.
    194. Miller, G. Wayne: Toy Wars
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1998
      This book is the history of Hasbro Inc, one of the world's largest toy companies. Miller has been covering the company's twists and turns, specifically the attempted merger with Mattell Inc.
    195. Miller, Henry K.: Save the feature before it explodes
      Several films directed by Alfred Hitchcock in the 1920s are being fully restored

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Nine films Hitchcock directed during the 1920s will be restored by archivists at the British Film Institute before the volatile nitrate reels combust. The film archivists' work and the hirstory of the profession are chronicled in this article.
    196. Miller, John: No Fooling - Corporations Evade Taxes
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Closing corporate loopholes so that corporate income tax revenues in the United States match the 3.4% of GDP collected on average by OECD corporate income taxes would add close to $200 billion to federal government revenues—more than five times the $39 billion of devastating spending cuts just made in the federal budget in 2011. Returning the corporate income tax revenues to the 4.0% of GDP level of four decades ago would add close to $300 billion a year to government revenues.
    197. Miller, John P.: The Holistic Curriculum
      Resource Type: Book
    198. Miller, Mark Crispin: Fooled Again
      The Real Case fo Electoral Reform

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2007
      For Republicans, the 2004 presidential election was little short of miraculous: Behind in the Electoral College tally in the days leading up to the election, behind even on the very afternoon of the vote, the Bush ticket staged a stunning comeback. The exit polls, usually so reliable, turned out to be wrong by an unprecedented 5 percent in the swing states. Conservatives argued-and the media agreed-that "moral values" had made the difference. Critic and political commentator Mark Crispin Miller argues that it wasn't moral values that swung the election - it was theft.
    199. Miller, Mark Crispin: Loser Take All
      Election Fraud and The Subversion of Democracy, 2000 - 2008

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
      The U.S. election system is a shambles, run by private corporations with a partisan agenda, and largely based on a technology that anyone can rig.
    200. Miller, Morris: Debt and the Environment
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1991
    201. Miller, Philip; Devon, Molly: Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1995
      A guide to S&M play.
    202. Miller, Rev. Jean: I Did It for Science: Sex Toy Olympics
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
    203. Miller, Sally: Edible Action
      Food Activism and Alternative Economics

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2008
    204. Millet, Catherine: The Sexual Life of Catherine M.
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2003
    205. Millett, Kate: Sexual Politics
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
    206. Mincy, Grant: After the oil spill: ode to the Yellowstone River
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      In the face of environmental atrocities like the recent spill of crude oil into the Yellowstone River, quiescence be damned! To stop more of the same, we must reclaim from the corporate-captured state the rights of commons and community to decide on how local resources are used.
    207. Miners, Zach: Will Full Encryption Sideline Google's Targeted Ads?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Mining personal data to deliver targeted ads is the lifeblood of Google’s business—and of many other online firms. But what if that data dries up at the source?
    208. Minor, Dale: The Information War
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1970
    209. Mistress Courtney: Male Chastity from a Female Perspective
      A Woman's Look at Male Chastity

      Resource Type: Article
      The sexually denied man is instinctively attuned to his making his partner happy, fulfilled, comfortable and satisfied.
    210. Mitchel, Amy; Gottfried, Jeffrey; Matsa, Katerina: Millennials and Political News
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Obama has often been dubbed 'the first social media president' but this title has more implications than you think. This report looks at the sources of political news across generations. Spoiler alert: Millennials get significantly more news from Facebook than local television.
    211. Mitchell, Alanna: Elementary, dear teacher
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2004
      Discusses an 1868 murder as means and motive to teaching history as investigation rather than a timeline with concrete established facts, encouraging more critical thinking and acknowledgement that we can't always know the answers.
    212. Mitchell, Alanna: New generation: Growing up reading Rachel Carson, scientists unravel risks of new pesticides
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Like biologist Rachel Carson, whose 1962 book Silent Spring warned about the devastating effects of DDT, a new generation of scientists is trying to figure out if new pesticides -- which are being used in ever-increasing numbers, quantities, and combinations -- are harming living things they’re not intended to kill, including birds.
    213. Mitchell, B.R.: International Historical Statistics: Africa and Asia
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1982
    214. Mitrovica, Andrew: Covert Entry
      Spies, Lies and Crimes Inside Canada's Secret Service

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2002
      A glimpse into the inner workings of Canada's secret service.
    215. Mobbs, Paul: Engineering consent for fracking: Chris Smith and the 'astroturf' consultancy
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Edelman, the global PR group, has a history of 'consent engineering' for the fossil fuel industry in North America.
    216. Mobbs, Paul: Noise, the 'ignored pollutant': health, nature and ecopsychology
      The sonic backdrop to our lives is increasingly one of unwanted technospheric noise, writes Paul Mobbs.

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      For those who like to enjoy the natural environment, noise is something to be escaped from within the relative sanctuary of the landscape. These days that's getting harder and harder to accomplish. That's not only because of noise from all around - in particular from urban areas, roads and the increasing mechanisation of agriculture - but also due to the increasing level of air traffic overhead.
    217. Mock, Brentin: Democracy rezoned
      Republicans fix polls in US elections

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      By employing techniques that take advantage of the extreme polarisation of the US electorate, the Republican Party is able to fix polls.
    218. Mogel, Leonard: The Magazine
      Everything You Need to Know to Make It in the Magazine Business

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1979
    219. Mohn, Paul: Ludwig Richter
      Künster-Monographien

      Resource Type: Book
    220. Moira, Fran: Lesbian Sex Mafia ("l s/m") speakout
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 1982
      Report of a workshop on "politically correct, politically incorrect sexuality."
    221. Mokhiber, Russell: Lissa Lucas Dragged Out of West Virginia House Judiciary Hearing For Listing Oil and Gas Contributions
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2018
      Mokhiber's article summarizes the case of political candidate Lissa Lucas, whose testimony against a bill "that would allow companies to drill on minority mineral owners' land without their consent" was censored by the court.
    222. Mokhiber, Russell: Meet the Real Death Panels
      44,000 Americans a Year Die From Lack of Health Insurance

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Harvard-based researchers found that uninsured, working-age Americans have a 40 percent higher risk of death than their privately insured counterparts, up from a 25 percent excess death rate found in 1993.
    223. Mokhiber, Russell: Narcs Versus Big Pharma
      Behind the Meth Curtain

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2013
      Communities in the heartland of America are fighting an epidemic of methamphetamine labs.
      The driving force behind the scourge? Big Pharma.
    224. Mokhiber, Russell: Single-Payer Health Care and the Case Against Clicktivism
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      What’s the next step in the campaign for single-payer universal health care in the United States? Single Payer Now's Don Bechler says we have to hit the streets.
    225. Mokhiber, Russell: VW, GM and Takata: the Case for Jailing Corporate Executives
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2016
      Making the case that executives at VW, Takata and General Motors should be jailed for corporate crime. The crimes committed by the corporations they head are extremely serious, and have caused and will cause hundreds of deaths. Why are the perpetrators allowed to get off simply by writing a cheque to cover the fine, instead of going to jail the way other criminals do?
    226. Monahan, Torin: Surveillance in the Time of Insecurity
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2010
      Threats of terrorism, natural disaster, identity theft, job loss, illegal immigration, and even biblical apocalypse — all are perils that trigger alarm in people today. Although there may be a factual basis for many of these fears, they do not simply represent objective conditions. Feelings of insecurity are instilled by politicians and the media, and sustained by urban fortification, technological surveillance, and economic vulnerability.
    227. Monarth , Harrison and Larina Kase: The Confident Speaker
      Resource Type: Book
    228. Monbiot, George: Canada Is Now To Climate What Japan Is To Whaling
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      Here I am, watching the astonishing spectacle of a beautiful, cultured nation turning itself into a corrupt petro-state. Canada is slipping down the development ladder, retreating from a complex, diverse economy towards dependence on a single primary resource, which happens to be the dirtiest commodity known to man. The price of this transition is the brutalisation of the country, and a government campaign against multilateralism as savage as any waged by George Bush. Until now I believed that the nation that has done most to sabotage a new climate change agreement was the United States. I was wrong. The real villain is Canada.
    229. Monbiot, George: The Climate Denial Industry Is Out To Dupe The Public. And It's Working
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The climate denial industry consists of people who are paid to say that man-made global warming isn't happening.
    230. Monbiot, George: Heat
      How to Stop the Planet From Burning

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2006
      Concerns about the effects of global warming on the Human species - especially those unfortunate enough to live in poorer countries - require drastic action, far outstripping the recommendations of the Kyoto protocol.
    231. Monbiot, George: How Big Tobacco's lobbyists get what they want from the media
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      With cigarette packs on the agenda, the BBC must be asked why it lets thinktanks argue the tobacco companies' case without revealing who their paymasters are.
    232. Monbiot, George: How Did We Get Into This Mess?
      Politics, Equality, Nature

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 2016
      This selection from George Monbiot's journalism, assesses the state we are now in: the devastation of the natural world, the crisis of inequality, the corporate takeover of nature, our obsessions with growth and profit and the decline of the political debate over what to do.
    233. Monbiot, George: I was wrong on veganism
      Traditional livestock production makes ecological sense

      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      An environmental reporter reviews the environmental impacts of meat production in the developed world. He finds that First World meat production is incredibly wasteful but that this is not a requirement of livestock rearing so much as an entrenched practice, and offers suggestions for greening the industry.
    234. Monbiot, George: Indonesia is burning. So why is the world looking away?
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Fire is raging across the 5,000km length of Indonesia.It is hard to convey the scale of this inferno, but here’s a comparison that might help: it is currently producing more carbon dioxide than the US economy. And in three weeks the fires have released more CO2 than the annual emissions of Germany.
    235. Monbiot, George: Looking for Trouble
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      Why are we still prospecting for oil when we can't afford to use existing reserves?
    236. Monbiot, George: The Money Gusher
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The oil industry's decommissioning costs will dwarf those of nuclear power. The money being made now should be put aside to meet them.
    237. Monbiot, George: Out of Sight, Out of Trouble
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The UK could tap into vast renewable resources, without any of the aggro caused by existing wind farms.
    238. Monbiot, George: The public reaction to new power lines could kill renewable energy: they must be buried
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      Anti-wind campaigners are highly selective. The Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, obsessed by wind farms, says nothing about the opencast coal mines ripping south Wales apart. Nor do you hear a word about the destruction of the ecosystems of upland Wales (and England and Scotland) by sheep grazing. These champions of the countryside want to save it from only one threat.
    239. Monbiot, George: The Real Expenses Scandal
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      One of the consistent features of Private Finance Initiatives (PFI) is that the projects are reverse-engineered to meet the demands of corporate investors. This, for example, is how the £30m public scheme to refurbish Coventry's two hospitals became a £410m private scheme to knock them both down and rebuild one of them - containing fewer beds and fewer doctors and nurses.
    240. Monbiot, George: Strong Meat
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The meat-producing system Simon Fairlie advocates differs sharply from the one now practised in the rich world: low energy, low waste, just, diverse, small-scale. But if we were to adopt it, we could eat meat, milk and eggs (albeit much less) with a clean conscience.
    241. Monbiot, George: This Is About Us
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2009
      The talks at Copenhagen are not just about climate change. They represent a battle to redefine humanity.
    242. Monbiot, George: The Unpersuadables
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      In fighting for science, we subscribe to a comforting illusion: that people can be swayed by the facts.
    243. Monbiot, George: The well-intentioned dolts putting a price on nature are delivering it into the hands of business
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2011
      It’s the definitive neoliberal triumph: the monetisation and marketisation of nature, its reduction to a tradeable asset. Once you have surrendered it to the realm of Pareto optimisation and Kaldor-Hicks compensation, everything is up for grabs. The well-intentioned dolts who produced the government’s assessment, have crushed the natural world into a column of figures. Now it can be swapped for money.
    244. Montagu, Ashley: Touching
      The Human Significance of the Skin

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1972
      An analysis of the skin regarded as a sense organ rather than as a simple bodily covering.
    245. Montague, Brendan: How ExxonMobil's Spending Bonanza Helped Two British Climate Sceptics Set-Up An International Free Market Think Tank
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Roger Bate and Julian Morris of the British free-market think tank, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), decided to catch ExxonMobil's gravy train across the Atlantic as they began working for US think tanks.
    246. Montessori, Maria: The Child in the Family
      Resource Type: Book
    247. Mooney,Chris: The bird that travels 29,000km a year
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      The Rufa red knot's epic annual migration from Tierra del Fuego to the Canadian Arctic risks being grounded by climate change.
    248. Moore, Roger et al.: Organizing Outdoor Volunteers
      Second Edition

      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1992
      The heart of the book is quite simple-focus on primary tasks with volunteered-centered projects that have an immediate positive effect on the environment. One success creates the motivation for further efforts. It is a how-to book that presents a step-by step approach to building or strengthening conservation organizations without getting bogged down in bureaucracy.
    249. Morales, Evo: 20 Ways to Save Mother Earth and Prevent Climate Change
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2008
      Capitalism's glorification of competition and thirst for limitless profit are destroying the planet.
    250. Morelli, Peter: 84-year-old ex-librarian arrested protesting Kinder Morgan, calls NEB a "sham"
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2014
      Barbara Grant criticized the NEB hearings of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion as a "sham" and spoke out about the danger before crossing the police line to be arrested. At 84, she's the oldest person arrested on Burnaby Mountain so far.
    251. Morillon, Lucie; Julliard, Jean-François: Web 2.0 versus Control 2.0
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2010
      The fight for free access to information is being played out to an ever greater extent on the Internet. The emerging general trend is that a growing number of countries are attemptimg to tighten their control of the Net, but at the same time, increasingly inventive netizens demonstrate mutual solidarity by mobilizing when necessary.
    252. Morley, David: Family Television: Cultural Power and Domestic Leisure
      Resource Type: Book
      Published: 1986
    253. Morlin-Yron, Sophie: Lead poisoning - fighting industrial pollution in Kenya is a dangerous business
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2015
      Lead poisoning from industrial pollution has imposed a terrible toll on Kenyans, and single mother Phyllis Omido is no exception -- lead from a nearby metal refinery badly damaged her own son's health. But it was when she decided to fight back against the polluters that a whole new realm of threats and dangers opened up.
    254. Morlin-Yron, Sophie: Winner of the 2017 Goldman Environmental Prize for Asia: Prafulla Samantara
      Resource Type: Article
      Published: 2017
      Prafulla Samantara, winner of the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for his relentless efforts, has made it his life's work to fight injustice by lending a voice to Indigenous communities and small scale farmers.