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Dr. Forbes Farmer, Chair, Division of Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Sociology at Franklin
Pierce College, Rindge, NH (03461) is recruiting
people of any age who have been caught shoplifting.
He would like them to complete an informed consent
form and a 170-question survey about their
shoplifting. The survey takes about 15 minutes to
complete and the shoplifter's name will be held in the
strictest of confidence. If you know of such a
willing person, please write or e-mail
email@example.com for a survey and prepaid
CALL FOR WRITERS
Editorial work has begun on the St. James Encyclopedia
of Popular Culture, a five-volume set covering all
aspects of popular culture in the United States in the
twentieth century, ranging from political events and
popular genres of literature to fast food restaurants
and fitness fads. An expert advisory board has
compiled a list of topics to be included; major
subject areas include Television, Movies, Theater,
Art, Books, Magazines, Radio, Music, Sports, Fashion,
Politics, Trends/Fads/Hobbies, Community Life/Daily
Life, and Advertising. Emphasis will be on U.S.
popular culture, with the inclusion of international
popular culture subjects limited to those that have
had a significant impact on American culture.
Subject matter experts are needed to contribute signed
entries that describe a given subject and analyze its
significance in and relevance to American popular
culture. Entries will vary in length from 100-word
brief entries to 3,000-word extended essays.
If you are interested in contributing to this
publication, please send a brief letter or e-mail
describing your qualifications and evidence
of your ability to analyze popular culture. We will
contact qualified writers with further details.
Assignments will begin immediately.
Full Circle Editorial Inc.
Tom and Sara Pendergast
311 Avenue C
Snohomish, WA 98290
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