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The first title in the new, exciting, and completely original Sports by the Numbers series!The University of Oklahoma Sooners Football program has produced seven national championship teams, four Heisman Trophy winners, and countless legendary coaches, players, and characters. This inaugural book in the new Sports by the Numbers franchise unlocks the captivating history of this football program by providing OU fans with Sooners history in a fresh, provocative, and unique numerical ...

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The first title in the new, exciting, and completely original Sports by the Numbers series!The University of Oklahoma Sooners Football program has produced seven national championship teams, four Heisman Trophy winners, and countless legendary coaches, players, and characters. This inaugural book in the new Sports by the Numbers franchise unlocks the captivating history of this football program by providing OU fans with Sooners history in a fresh, provocative, and unique numerical ...

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or Free with Kobo Plus

Security policy is a key factor not only of domestic politics in the U.S., but also of foreign relations and global security. This text sets to explain the process of security policy making in the United States by looking at all the elements that shape it, from institutions and legislation to policymakers themselves and historical precedents.To understand national security policy, the book first needs to address the way national security policy makers see the world. It shows that t...

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Security policy is a key factor not only of domestic politics in the U.S., but also of foreign relations and global security. This text sets to explain the process of security policy making in the United States by looking at all the elements that shape it, from institutions and legislation to policymakers themselves and historical precedents.To understand national security policy, the book first needs to address the way national security policy makers see the world. It shows that t...

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Begun in 1927 by University of Oklahoma history professor Edward Everett Dale, the Western History Collections gathers and preserves rare research materials for scholars in anthropology, Native American studies, Oklahoma history, and the history of the American West. This guide has been compiled to make the photographs in the collections more accessible. The second edition adds descriptions of 165 new collections comprising 159,000 photographs.The 826 photograph collections that th...

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Begun in 1927 by University of Oklahoma history professor Edward Everett Dale, the Western History Collections gathers and preserves rare research materials for scholars in anthropology, Native American studies, Oklahoma history, and the history of the American West. This guide has been compiled to make the photographs in the collections more accessible. The second edition adds descriptions of 165 new collections comprising 159,000 photographs.The 826 photograph collections that th...

$11.99 USD

Sooner tells the remarkable rise of Lincoln Riley, formerly America’s youngest college football head coach and the “quarterback whisperer” of the University of Oklahoma.Legendary University of Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops shook the college football world in 2017 when he handpicked Lincoln Riley to be his successor at the perennial powerhouse. At age thirty-three. In his first three seasons at Oklahoma, Riley’s teams dominated the Big 12 to reach...

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Sooner tells the remarkable rise of Lincoln Riley, formerly America’s youngest college football head coach and the “quarterback whisperer” of the University of Oklahoma.Legendary University of Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops shook the college football world in 2017 when he handpicked Lincoln Riley to be his successor at the perennial powerhouse. At age thirty-three. In his first three seasons at Oklahoma, Riley’s teams dominated the Big 12 to reach...

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David Ross Boyd stepped off the train in Norman, Oklahoma, on August 6, 1892, and looked toward the southwest. “There was not a tree or shrub in sight,” wrote the former Kansas school superintendent just hired to serve as the University of Oklahoma’s first president. “Behind me was a crude little town of 1,500 people, and before me was a stretch of prairie on which my helpers and I were to build an institution of culture.”By 1895, five years after the University’s official founding...

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David Ross Boyd stepped off the train in Norman, Oklahoma, on August 6, 1892, and looked toward the southwest. “There was not a tree or shrub in sight,” wrote the former Kansas school superintendent just hired to serve as the University of Oklahoma’s first president. “Behind me was a crude little town of 1,500 people, and before me was a stretch of prairie on which my helpers and I were to build an institution of culture.”By 1895, five years after the University’s official founding...

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Quality Instruction and Intervention Strategies for Secondary Educators offers a summary of evidence-based instruction followed by the most up-to-date empirically validated interventions for students with and at risk for disabilities in grades 6–12. Featuring key questions, case studies, essential vocabulary, and tools that can be used in the classroom, this practical text is ideal for pre- and in-service teachers. After reading this book, general and special educators alike will be able t...

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Quality Instruction and Intervention Strategies for Secondary Educators offers a summary of evidence-based instruction followed by the most up-to-date empirically validated interventions for students with and at risk for disabilities in grades 6–12. Featuring key questions, case studies, essential vocabulary, and tools that can be used in the classroom, this practical text is ideal for pre- and in-service teachers. After reading this book, general and special educators alike will be able t...

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Examining representations of mental difference, this collection focuses on the ways that adaptations (including remakes, reboots, and other examples of remixed narratives) can shape and shift the social contexts and narratives we use to define mental disability. The movement of narratives across media via adaptation, or within media but across time and space in the case of remakes and reboots, is a common tactic for revitalization, allowing storytellers to breathe new life into tired narra...

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Examining representations of mental difference, this collection focuses on the ways that adaptations (including remakes, reboots, and other examples of remixed narratives) can shape and shift the social contexts and narratives we use to define mental disability. The movement of narratives across media via adaptation, or within media but across time and space in the case of remakes and reboots, is a common tactic for revitalization, allowing storytellers to breathe new life into tired narra...

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Global James Bond: (Re) Imagining and Transplanting a Popular Culture Icon, focuses on the ambivalent yet fascinating interplay between the global and the local in the longest running film franchise in history. It explores how James Bond established itself as a global standard for action-spy film making and even as a minor global cinema (i.e. imagining), and subsequently inspired a series of genre bending, blending, and breaking in local visual and some literary contexts (i.e. reimagining ...

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Global James Bond: (Re) Imagining and Transplanting a Popular Culture Icon, focuses on the ambivalent yet fascinating interplay between the global and the local in the longest running film franchise in history. It explores how James Bond established itself as a global standard for action-spy film making and even as a minor global cinema (i.e. imagining), and subsequently inspired a series of genre bending, blending, and breaking in local visual and some literary contexts (i.e. reimagining ...

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Dark Forces at Work examines the role of race, class, gender, religion, and the economy as they are portrayed in, and help construct, horror narratives across a range of films and eras. These larger social forces not only create the context for our cinematic horrors, but serve as connective tissue between fantasy and lived reality, as well.While several of the essays focus on “name” horror films such as IT, Get Out, Hellraiser, and Don’t Breathe, the collection also features essays...

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Dark Forces at Work examines the role of race, class, gender, religion, and the economy as they are portrayed in, and help construct, horror narratives across a range of films and eras. These larger social forces not only create the context for our cinematic horrors, but serve as connective tissue between fantasy and lived reality, as well.While several of the essays focus on “name” horror films such as IT, Get Out, Hellraiser, and Don’t Breathe, the collection also features essays...

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In 1917 it was still possible for the University of Oklahoma’s annual Catalogue to include a roster of every student’s name and hometown. A compact and close-knit community, those 2,500 students and their 130 professors studied and taught at a respectable (though small, relatively uncomplicated, and rather insular) regional university. During the following third of a century, the school underwent changes so profound that their cumulative effect amounted to a transformation. This s...

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In 1917 it was still possible for the University of Oklahoma’s annual Catalogue to include a roster of every student’s name and hometown. A compact and close-knit community, those 2,500 students and their 130 professors studied and taught at a respectable (though small, relatively uncomplicated, and rather insular) regional university. During the following third of a century, the school underwent changes so profound that their cumulative effect amounted to a transformation. This s...

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This book, the first in a projected three-volume definitive history, traces the University’s progress from territorial days to 1917. David W. Levy examines the people and events surrounding the school’s formation and development, chronicling the determined ambition of pioneers to transform a seemingly barren landscape into a place where a worthy institution of higher education could thrive.The University of Oklahoma was established by the territorial legislature in 1890. With that ...

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This book, the first in a projected three-volume definitive history, traces the University’s progress from territorial days to 1917. David W. Levy examines the people and events surrounding the school’s formation and development, chronicling the determined ambition of pioneers to transform a seemingly barren landscape into a place where a worthy institution of higher education could thrive.The University of Oklahoma was established by the territorial legislature in 1890. With that ...

$14.99 USD

College guides written by students for students.University of Oklahoma Students Tell It Like It IsThis insider guide to University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK, features more than 160 pages of in-depth information, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Written by a student at Oklahoma, this guidebook gives you the inside scoop on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan. Read both...

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College guides written by students for students.University of Oklahoma Students Tell It Like It IsThis insider guide to University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK, features more than 160 pages of in-depth information, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Written by a student at Oklahoma, this guidebook gives you the inside scoop on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan. Read both...

$4.99 USD

or Free with Kobo Plus