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Find Books and Journals Using Subject Area
The Library's print collection is arranged by subject area. The call numbers listed below focus on specific subjects that should be of interest to CFS students - ask at the Reference Desk (2nd floor) for more information!
||Developmental psychology (Including infant psychology, child psychology, adolescence, adulthood)
||Parents. Parenthood (Including parent and child, husbands, fathers, wives, mothers)
||Children. Child Development (Including child rearing, child life, play, socialization, children's rights)
||Men's sex roles
||Women's sex roles, Feminism
||Social Services for Families
||Social Services for Children
||Early childhood/Preschool education
||Child & Adolescent Mental Health
Films On Demand
Full length program and video segments addressing topics across the social sciences.
Provides access to academic or scholarly documentaries, social issues films, and videos. Closed captions and/or subtitles available for many, but not all, titles.
Living Broke in Boom Times
Three groundbreaking documentary films by Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy (Takeover, Poverty Outlaw & Outriders) into segments of ideal length for classroom use. These films examine activist efforts by and on the behalf of the homeless and destitute, with contemporary interviews and commentary from key activists who led the movement
Beginning in 1853 a young minister named Charles Loring Brace founded the Children's Aid Society—an organization that sent orphans west to begin new lives with farm families. His program would turn out to be a forerunner of modern foster care.
Foo Foo Dust
Mother and adult son struggle with addiction.
Inequality for All
Examines economics professor and Clinton Administration cabinet member Robert Reich's crusade to expose the problem of income inequality in the United States.