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DrugScope A Virtual Library of Useful URLs Subject Headings Arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification: 000-999 We are in the process of updating all the resources in the virtual library The library will remain closed until we have updated all the links. The update will include only the most useful and authoritative websites on the internet. If you would like to suggest a high quality website then please use our contact form. We thank you for your patience. In the meantime please view our other resources by searching or browsing our literature and research guides. While the update in is progress we have deactivated all the links. Classification of Websites is loosely based on the Dewey Decimal System. To Virtual Library 001.4 Nobel Prizes, Awards, Rewards (Prizes, etc.), Contests, Competitions 002 Books See also 028 Books and reading, (eBooks), (e-Books) 004 Computers, Computer literacy, Computer systems 004.03 Computer science - Dictionaries, (Computer terms), (Computer jargon), (Computers - Jargon), (Computers - Dictionaries) 004.67 Internet, World Wide Web (WWW) 100 Philosophy 200 Religions

News | All the latest social housing news | Inside Housing for social housing news, analysis and jobs Persimmon announces increase in completionsOne of Britain’s largest housebuilders has announced an 8% annual increase in completions. Landlords call for clarity on cap exemptionAn alliance of housing providers has warned plans to rehouse people with learning difficulties outside of hospital could be jeopardised if the government does not confirm an exemption for vulnerable people from a new housing benefit cap. Right to Rent 'to prompt 2.6m immigration checks a year'Private landlords could be required to check the immigration status of 2.6 million people a year when strict new measures are introduced in England next month, new analysis has revealed. Housing Zones funding announcedThe government has revealed how £6.3m of funding will be split between 20 new ‘Housing Zones’ around the country. Error forces landlord to repay interestA housing association has repaid up to seven years of interest to borrowers after discovering mistakes in loan documents.

Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK COURSES and CURRICULA RESOURCES © 1996-2015 AByT ! All Rights Reserved. Civilizations ConflictConflict Management and Social Systems - Instructor: Guy Burgess (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA). CriminologyBS Criminal Justice(BS) - Kaplan University The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in criminal justice and a broad liberal arts education to help prepare you for a new career or advancement within the field.* Contemporary Debates in Criminology - Eamonn Carrabine (University of Essex, UK) Crime, Communicatoin and Culture - Eamonn Carrabine & Paul Iganski (University of Essex, UK) Criminological Imagination - Paul Iganski & Eamonn Carrabine (University of Essex, UK) Criminological Theory - John Hamlin (University of Minnesota Duluth, USA) Our conception of the crime “problem” and our response to crime, particularly in terms of policy and programs, is predicated on a number of basic assumptions. CultureComputers and Human Values - Roger B. Labor Sociology

UCL Institute of Health Equity - IHE Child poverty facts and figures Home/ Child poverty facts and figures June 2015 There were 3.7 million children living in poverty in the UK in 2013-14. That’s 28 per cent of children, or 9 in a classroom of 30. London is the area with the highest rates of child poverty in the country. You can see child poverty rates by local area by visiting End Child Poverty. Child poverty reduced dramatically between 1998/9-2011/12 when 1.1 million children were lifted out of poverty. trading cards > Adorno, Theodor (#7) > Beauvoir, Simone (#20, bootleg) > Beck, Ulrich (#24, bootleg) > Benjamin, Walter (#31, bootleg) > Burchill, Julie (#29, bootleg) > Butler, Judith (#2) > Compte, Auguste (#26, bootleg) > Deleuze & Guattari (#16, bootleg) > DuBois, W.E.B. (#28, bootleg) > Duchamp, Marcel (#18, bootleg) > Emin, Tracey (#9) > Foucault, Michel (#3) > Giddens, Anthony (#1) > Gilbert & George (#10) > Girl Power (#15, bootleg) > Goffman, Erving (#6) > Greer, Germaine (#27, bootleg) > Hooks, bell (#11) > Jung, Carl (#19, bootleg) > Kohut, Heinz (#21, bootleg) > Lacan, Jacques (#17, bootleg) > Lefebvre, Henri (#12) > Luhmann, Niklas (#32, bootleg) > Marx, Karl (#25, bootleg) > Pierre et Gilles (#14, bootleg) > (#22, bootleg) > Postmodernity (#5) > Psychoanalysis (#8) > Psychologists (#4) > Said, Edward (#13, bootleg) > Walkerdine, Valerie (#23, bootleg) > Weber, Max (#30, bootleg) + > The Bowling Green Bootlegs (5 emerging theorists)