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Altman, Drew (2)
Berresford, Susan V. (Susan Vail), 1943- (2)
Boldt, David (2)
Burns, Ken, -- 1953- (2)
Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations (2)
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Citizenship (2)
Cooley, Robert E (2)
Cornell University (2)
Education, Higher -- Research (2)
Environmental economics (2)
Evans, John R., -- 1929- (2)
Feulner, Edwin J (2)
Fineberg, Harvey V (2)
Fleishman, Joel L (2)
Ford Foundation (2)
Fouhy, Edward M (2)
Fox Chase Cancer Center (2)
Glenmede Trust Company (2)
Godfrey, Marian A. (Marian Angell), 1947- (2)
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (2)
Gwatkin, Davidson R (2)
Hackney, Sheldon, -- 1933- (2)
Hamilton, Edward K (2)
Harvard University (2)
Harvey, Hal (2)
Jane, John A., -- 1931- (2)
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (2)
Kean, Thomas H (2)
Lederberg, Joshua (2)
Loew, Franklin M., -- 1939- (2)
Medical policy (2)
Morse, Suzanne W. -- (Suzanne Whitlock) (2)
Moyers, Bill D (2)
National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (2)
O'Neil, Edward H (2)
Pepper, Jane G (2)
Pew Center for Civic Journalism (2)
Pew Charitable Trusts (2)
Pew Partnership (2)
Philadelphia Museum of Art (2)
Reichert, Joshua Sidney (2)
Reilly, William K. -- (William Kane), -- 1940- (2)
Rendell, Edward G. -- (Edward Gene), -- 1944- (2)
Richardson, William C (2)
Ridge, Thomas J (2)
Rimel, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webster), -- 1951- (2)
Rockefeller Foundation (2)
1Title:  Objectivity and the news: the public and the rise of commercial journalism   
 Creator:  Schiller, Dan, 1951- 
 Publication:  University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1981. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-214) and index. 
 Extent:  xiv, 222 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Journalism -- Objectivity

 
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2Title:  That noble dream: the "objectivity question" and the American historical profession   
 Creator:  Novick, Peter. 
 Publication:  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], 1988. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographic references and index. 
 Extent:  xii, 648 p. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Historiography -- United States | Objectivity

 
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3Title:  The edge of objectivity: an essay in the history of scientific ideas   
 Creator:  Gillispie, Charles Coulston. 
 Publication:  Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J, 1960. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliography. 
 Extent:  562 p. illus. 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Science -- History | Science -- Philosophy

 
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4Title:  Discovering the news: a social history of American newspapers   
 Creator:  Schudson, Michael. 
 Publication:  Basic Books, New York, c1978. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  xi, 228 p. ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Journalism -- United States -- History | Journalism -- Objectivity

 
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5Title:  The press   
 Creator:  Cose, Ellis. 
 Publication:  W. Morrow, New York, c1989. 
 Notes:  Bibliography: p. [357]-371. Includes index. 
 Extent:  380 p. : ill., ports ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  American newspapers -- History -- 20th century | American newspapers -- Ownership -- Political aspects | Press monopolies -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Press and politics -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Journalism -- United States -- Objectivity -- History -- 20th century

 
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6Title:  Enlightenment historiography: three German studies   
 Creator:  Pflug, Günther. | Sakmann, Paul, 1864-1936 | Unger, Rudolf, 1876-1942 
 Publication:  Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Conn.], [c1971] 
 Notes:  Translation of Die Entwicklung der historischen Methode im 18. Jahrhundert; Die Probleme der historischen Methodik und der Geschichtsphilosophie bei Voltaire; and Zur Entwicklung des Problems der historischen Objektivität bis Hegel. 
 Extent:  86 p. 26 cm. 
 Subjects:  Historiography -- History -- Addresses, essays, lectures | History -- Philosophy -- Addresses, essays, lectures

 
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7Title:  Media and the environment   
 Creator:  LaMay, Craig L. | Dennis, Everette E. 
 Publication:  Island Press, Washington, D.C, c1991. 
 Notes:  "The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center." "Originally published as a shorter work, "Covering the environment", Gannett Center Journal, Vol. 4, No. 3, Summer 1990."--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  xx, 266 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Environmental protection -- Press coverage -- United States | Environmental health -- Reporting -- United States

 
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8Title:  Records of Rebecca W. Rimel, 1988-   
 Creator:  Pew Charitable Trusts Office of the Executive Director. 
 Notes:  Subseries B. Sub-Subseries i. contains Rebecca W. Rimel's general correspondence as executive director (1988-1993) of The Pew Charitable Trusts. (Her records as president and CEO form Subseries C., Series V of Accession 2020: The Records of The Pew Charitable Trusts.) It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent for each year. (Note: Because of this arrangement, correspondence from 1988 includes some letters written while Rimel was vice president responsible for health sciences funding.) A portion of this Sub-Subseries includes grant acknowledgments and check requests. The majority, however, contains correspondence with a variety of individuals and grant-seeking institutions, other charitable foundations, local and national political figures and personal and professional acquaintances. Topics include requests for funds; the progress of current grants and Trust-initiated programs; media coverage of the trusts; grants, programs and staffing changes at other foundations; invitations to events; Rimel's service on external boards of trustees; her continuing interest in research on head injury; and the effect of national and local political decisions on foundations. Some of Rimel's correspondence reflect her efforts to guide the trusts through the organizational changes of the late 1980s, including letters from longtime grantees concerned that the reorganization might fundamentally alter the trusts' traditional grantmaking focus. Subseries B. Sub-Subseries ii. contains administrative records held by Rimel: including program plans, project files and external board membership. (Note: This Sub-Subseries includes some records held by Rimel when she served as program director and president and CEO of The Pew Charitable Trusts.) 
 Extent:  14 
 Subjects:  Altman, Drew | Berresford, Susan V. (Susan Vail), 1943- | Boldt, David | Burns, Ken, -- 1953- | Cooley, Robert E | Crowfoot, James E | Evans, John R., -- 1929- | Feulner, Edwin J | Fineberg, Harvey V | Fleishman, Joel L | Fouhy, Edward M | Godfrey, Marian A. (Marian Angell), 1947- | Goldmark, Jr., Peter C. (Peter Carl), 1943 | Gwatkin, Davidson R | Hackney, Sheldon, -- 1933- | Hamilton, Edward K | Harvey, Hal | Kissick, William L | Jane, John A., -- 1931- | Kean, Thomas H | Lederberg, Joshua | Loew, Franklin M., -- 1939- | McDermott, Catherine E | Morse, Suzanne W. -- (Suzanne Whitlock) | Moyers, Bill D | O'Neil, Edward H | Pepper, Jane G | Reichert, Joshua Sidney | Reilly, William K. -- (William Kane), -- 1940- | Rendell, Edward G. -- (Edward Gene), -- 1944- | Richardson, William C | Ridge, Thomas J | Rimel, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webster), -- 1951- | Seiple, Robert A. -- 1942- | Simmons, Adele | Specter, Arlen | Speth, James Gustave | Taylor, Humphrey | Thier, Samuel O., -- 1937- | Wiesel, Torsten N | Williams, Eddie N | Wirth, Timothy E | Wofford, Harris | Ziegler, Jerome M | Cornell University | Ford Foundation | Fox Chase Cancer Center | Glenmede Trust Company | Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary | Harvard University | John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation | National Environmental Education and Training Foundation | Pew Center for Civic Journalism | Pew Charitable Trusts | Pew Conservation Fellows | Pew Partnership | Philadelphia Museum of Art | Rockefeller Foundation | Thomas Jefferson Foundation | University of Pennsylvania | W.K. Kellogg Foundation | Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations | Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -- Political activity | Citizenship | Community development | Education, Higher -- Research | Environmental economics | Health care reform | Journalism -- Objectivity | Medical policy | Sustainable development | Tourism -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia

 
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9Title:  Records of Rebecca W. Rimel, 1994-1997   
 Creator:  Pew Charitable Trusts Office of the President. 
 Notes:  Subseries C. contains Rimel's correspondence during her tenure as president and CEO (1994-1997) of The Pew Charitable Trusts. (Her records as executive director form Subseries B., Series VI of Accession 2020: The Records of The Pew Charitable Trusts.) It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent for each year. (Note: Because of this arrangement, correspondence from 1994 includes some letters written while she was executive director.) She exchanges letters with a variety of individuals and institutions seeking grants, other charitable foundations, local and national political figures as well as personal and professional acquaintances. Topics include requests for funds; the progress of current grants and The Pew Charitable Trust initiative, like the Pew Partnership; media coverageof the trusts; grants, programs and staffing changes at other charitable foundations; invitations to events; Rimel's service on external boards of trustees; the trusts' efforts to renew Americans' faith in the political process and the effect of of local and national political decisions on foundations. Also includes correspondence with Philadelphia Mayor Edward G. Rendell and Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Ridge on the trusts' role in promoting tourism and economic development in greater Philadelphia. 
 Extent:  13 
 Subjects:  Altman, Drew | Bacon, Edmund N | Berresford, Susan V. (Susan Vail), 1943- | Boldt, David | Burns, Ken, -- 1953- | Cooley, Robert E | Evans, John R., -- 1929- | Feulner, Edwin J | Fineberg, Harvey V | Fleishman, Joel L | Fouhy, Edward M | Godfrey, Marian A. (Marian Angell), 1947- | Goldmark, Jr., Peter C. (Peter Carl), 1943- | Gwatkin, Davidson R | Hackney, Sheldon, -- 1933- | Hamilton, Edward K | Harvey, Hal | Jane, John A., -- 1931- | Kean, Thomas H | Kohut, Andrew | Lederberg, Joshua | Loew, Franklin M., -- 1939- | Morse, Suzanne W. -- (Suzanne Whitlock) | Moyers, Bill D | O'Neil, Edward H | Pepper, Jane G | Reichert, Joshua Sidney | Reilly, William K. -- (William Kane), -- 1940- | Rendell, Edward G. -- (Edward Gene), -- 1944- | Richardson, William C | Ridge, Thomas J | Rimel, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webster), -- 1951- | Seiple, Robert A., -- 1942- | Simmons, Adele | Specter, Arlen | Taylor, Humphrey | Thier, Samuel O., -- 1937- | Venturi, Robert | Wiesel, Torsten N | Williams, Eddie N | Wirth, Timothy E | Wofford, Harris | Cornell University | Ford Foundation | Fox Chase Cancer Center | Glenmede Trust Company | Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary | Harvard University | John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation | National Environmental Education and Training Foundation | Pew Center for Civic Journalism | Pew Charitable Trusts | Pew Partnership | Philadelphia Museum of Art | Rockefeller Foundation | Thomas Jefferson Foundation | W.K. Kellogg Foundation | Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations | Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations -- Political activity | Community development | Education, Higher -- Research | Environmental economics | Health care reform | Medical policy | Sustainable development | Tourism -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Citizenship | Journalism -- Objectivity | Independence National Historical Park (Philadelphia, Pa.)

 
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10Title:  Eugene Shallcross Ferguson papers   
 Publication:  Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department 1937-2001, bulk 1960-1995 
 Extent:  26 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Ferguson, Eugene S.

 
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11Title:  From newspeak to cyberspeak: a history of Soviet cybernetics   
 Creator:  Gerovitch, Slava. 
 Publication:  MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, c2002. 
 Notes:  From the Library of Thomas P. Hughes. Includes bibliographical references (p. [305]-359) and index. 
 Extent:  xiv, 369 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Cybernetics -- Soviet Union -- History

 
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12Title:  Just and lasting change: when communities own their futures   
 Creator:  Taylor-Ide, Daniel. | Taylor, Carl E. 
 Publication:  Johns Hopkins University Press, in association with Future Generations, Baltimore, c2002. 
 Notes:  U.S. Chamber of Commerce Library Collection. Includes bibliographical references and index. "Just and Lasting Change is a guide to transforming communities rapidly and in locally appropriate ways. Daniel Taylor-Ide and Carl Taylor have been present at key events and worked with key thinkers in dealing with the large forces of inequity, environmental change, and globalization for several decades. The approach they have synthesized builds on what has worked over the last century - and can now be implemented rapidly and cost-effectively in many parts of the world. It relies on a three-way partnership of "bottom-up" initiatives from the community level, "top-down" support from government agencies, and "outside-in" ingenuity and objectivity from experts. Based on both a diverse range of case studies - from the earliest attempts to promote social development in India a century ago to current efforts in Tibet, the Peruvian Andes, China, and the American Southwest - and engaging personal experiences, this book describes, step-by-step, how the SEED-SCALE model can be effectively implemented." "With contributions from leading international experts in community-based development and public health, Just and Lasting Change offers a hopeful description of how people have made a difference in diverse communities around the world and a practical, accessible handbook for those trying to improve the quality of life in underdeveloped communities everywhere."--Cover. 
 Extent:  xii, 350 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Community health services | Community development | Environmental health | Rural health | Community Health Services | Community Networks | Cross-Cultural Comparison | Environmental Health | Public Health

 
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