Advances in Pediatrics (Vol 45)

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Once more this reveals a dimension of pluralism in the social sciences: the pluralism of social perspectives. To educate means 'to draw out', from the Latin educare, or to facilitate the realization of an individual's potential and talents. There are 21 areas of concentration from which to choose: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Anthropology, Asia, California Studies, Career and Life Planning, Child Development, Economics, Environmental Planning, Environmental Studies, Family Relations, Geography, Gerontology, Health and Human Services, Health Science, History, International Relations, Multicultural and Gender Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, and Sociology.

Pages: 405

Publisher: Mosby-Year Book; 1 edition (July 1998)

ISBN: 0815184018

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