Some of the most commonly requested items from the Social Science, Philosophy and Religion department are study guides for municipal occupational exams, such as the Administrative Clerk position (formerly called Clerk Typist). While the Los Angeles Public Library owns several copies of the
In the Social Science, Philosophy & Religion Department we often field questions from residents of the City of Los Angeles pertaining to city services and the government. In support of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s commitment to increasing access to city services, the Los Angeles Public L
In recent years, high school education in America has evolved to prepare students for the changing demands of entry level careers, vocational and technical schools and introductory college courses. Change has also come to the GED (General Education Development) high school equivalency exam,
Recently, we found a folder tucked away at the back of a file cabinet in the Social Science, Philosophy & Religion Department.
A number of years ago, a young man came to the reference desk with a question for the Social Science, Philosophy & Religion department librarians. He asked me why books about gay men were next to the shelves with incest and sexual bondage books. He said that wasn't how he was at a
On April 20, 2006, President George W. Bush declared that May would be Jewish American Heritage Month, after resolutions passed unanimously in both the House and Senate.
April brings conflicting feelings. The weather is warming up and you know what that means? It’s time to have some fun outdoors. Barbeque season has arrived! Throw that nice piece of ribeye steak on the grill and ‘cue it just right.
“The theories of philosophers, theologians, and psychologists will never do justice to the fullness of our existence if they only focus on the qualities of waking life.” – Kelly Bulkeley
The origins of the environmental movement in the United States began in response to increasing levels of smoke and air pollution during the Industrial Revolution.