eBook Famine, 1st Edition

  • Diane Andrews Henningfeld
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  • ISBN-10: 0737749083
  • ISBN-13: 9780737749083
  • DDC: 363.8
  • 240 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released October 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009
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As technology makes the world more accessible, it is increasingly important to develop a wide perspective on social issues as well as political, environmental, and health issues of global significance. Each anthology in the Global Viewpoints series (which does not duplicate any material in the Opposing Viewpoints series) delivers contemporary perspectives on the featured issue -- with the majority of the material reflecting stances of countries other than the United States. Primary sources, including speeches and government documents, join essays from international magazines and news sources for a truly panoramic view.

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Features and Benefits

  • Features include primary and secondary source quotations, footnotes, illustrations, and annotated bibliographies.
  • Each volume focuses on a controversial topic of worldwide importance and offers a panoramic view of opinions selected from a diverse range of international sources, including journals, magazines, newspapers, nonfiction books, speeches, and government docu
  • These books contain an annotated table of contents; locator maps, to help readers place countries or areas covered in the essays; "for further discussion" questions; a worldwide list of organizations to contact; bibliographies of books and periodicals.


"Gale imprint Greenhaven Press has a hot new print reference series to check out. Appropriate for high schoolers and general readers, the 'Global Viewpoints' series contains news and magazine articles, authoritative essays, and primary-source documents and will grow by eight to ten per year." --Library Journal, March 15, 2009

— Library Journal