NIU Women's Studies Program Other Library Resources
Government Publications:

Great Britain. “Reducing Domestic Violence…What works?.” Briefing Notes. London, England: Policing and Home Office. 2000.

Ireland. “Second Commission on the Status of Women.” Report to Government. Dublin, Ireland: Stationery Office. 1993.

Ireland. “United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women: National Report of Ireland.” Dublin, Ireland: Stationary Office. 1994.

State of Illinois. “A Reader’s Guide to Illinois Literature.” Robert Bray, et. al., eds. Springfield, IL: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State. 1985.

State of Illinois. Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women in Illinois. Anderson, Donald B. “Adjusting to Widowhood.” Springfield, IL: IL Commission on the Status of Women. 1978.

State of Illinois. Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women in Illinois. “Annual Report, 1999.” Chicago, IL: DOL. 1999.

State of Illinois. Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women. “Economic Independence for Women: An Action Plan for Illinois.” Final Report of the Commission. Chicago, IL: DOL. 1998.

State of Illinois. Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women. “Report and Recommendations to the Governor and the General Assembly.” Chicago, IL: DOL. 1977, 1981, 1982, 1983, and 1984.

State of Illinois. “Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986: Finally…Relief for Victims of the Hidden Crime.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. N.d. [pamphlet] (Filed with Pamphlets, Booklets, Handouts and Brochures)

State of Illinois. Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. “Communication in the High School Curriculum.” 1961. Springfield, IL: Illinois Curriculum Program. 1971.

State of Illinois. The Progress of Women and Minorities in the Workforce Program. Germond, Kellie C. “Progress of Women and Minorities in the Illinois Workforce.” Chicago, IL: DOL. 2001 & 2002.

State of Illinois. Women's Educational Equity Task Force. "Sex Equity in Illinois Schools: Problems, Research, and Remedies." Springfield, IL: State Board of Education. 1977.

United States. Commission on Civil Rights. “Selected Affirmative Action Topics in Employment and Business Set-Asides- A Consultation/Hearing of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, March 6-7, 1985.” Volume 1 & 2. Washington, DC: GPO. 1985.

 

United States. Congressional Commission on the Advancement of Women and Minorities in Science, Engineering and Technology Development. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation. 2000.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Conference on the Educational and Occupational Needs of American Indian Women," October 12-13, 1976 (Program on Teaching and Learning). Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Conference on the Educational and Occupational Needs of Asian-Pacific-American Women," August 24-25, 1976 (Program on Teaching and Learning). Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Conference on the Educational and Occupational Needs of Black Women, Volume 1," December 16-17, 1975 (Program on Teaching and Learning). Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Conference on the Educational and Occupational Needs of Black Women, Volume 2," December 16-17, 1975 (Program on Teaching and Learning). Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Conference on the Educational and Occupational Needs of Hispanic Women," June 29-30 & December 10-12, 1976 (Program on Teaching and Learning). Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Education, National Institute of Education. "Sex Equity in Education: NIU-Sponsored Projects & Publications, 1981." Washington, D.C.: GPO. 1981

United States. Department of Education. “Trends in Educational Equity of Girls & Women.” Washington, DC: Center for Education Statistics. 2001.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "The Effectiveness of Women's Studies Teaching," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "The Impact of Women's Studies on the Campus & the Disciplines," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "Re-entry Women Involved in Women's Studies," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "The Relationship Between Women's Studies, Career Development, & Vocational Choice," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "Women's Studies in the Community College," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. "Women's Studies Graduates," (Women's Studies Monograph Series). Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education. Shirley McCune and Martha Matthews. “Complying with Title IX: The First Twelve Months.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1976.

United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education. “Why Title IX?.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1977.

United States. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs: Violence Against Women Office. “Stalking and Domestic Violence: Report to Congress.” Washington, DC: GPO. 2001.

United States. Department of Labor. “U.S. Department of Labor Program Highlights.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1980. [leaflet]

United States. Glass Ceiling Commission, U.S. Department of Labor. “Breaking the Glass Ceiling.” Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Age Discrimination,” Know Your Rights. Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Care Around the Clock: Developing Child Care Resources Before 9 and After 5.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1995.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Employment Goals for the World Plan of Action: Developments and Issues in the United States.” Report for the World Conference on the United Nations Decade for Women 1976-1985. Washington, DC: GPO. 1980.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Employers and Child Care: Benefiting Work and Family.” Washington, DC: GPO. Reprint, 1990.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Facts on Working Women.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1986 (86.3-86.4); 1989 (89.1Spanish, 89.3 & 89.5-89.8); 1991 (90.4-90.5); 1992 (92.1-92.3); 1993 (93.2-93.3, 93.5); 1994 (94.2).

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Family & Medical Leave,” Know Your Rights. Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Flexible Workstyles: A Look at Contingent Labor.” Conference summary. Washington, DC: GPO. 1988.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Hiring Someone to Work in Your Home.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1993.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “¡La Mujer Trabajadora Vale!” Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Midlife Women Speak Out: Assessing Job Training and The Status of Working Women: A Statistical Profile of Midlife Women Aged 35-54.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1993.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Pregnancy Discrimination,” Know Your Rights. Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Sexual Harassment,” Know Your Rights. Washington, DC: GPO. [pamphlet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “State Maternity/Family Leave Law.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1993.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “The United Nations Decade for Women, 1976-1985: Employment in the United States.” Report for the World Conference on the United Nations Decade for Women 1976-1985. Washington, DC: GPO. 1985.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Wage Discrimination,” Know Your Rights. Washington, DC: GPO.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Women Workers: Trends & Issues.” Handbook. Washington, DC: GPO. 1993.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “The Women’s Bureau: What It Is, What It Does.” Washington, DC: GPO. 1991. [leaflet]

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Work and Family Resource Kit.” Washington, DC: GPO.

United States. Women’s Bureau, Department of Labor. “Working Women Count! A Report to the Nation (with executive summary).” Washington, DC: GPO. 1994.

United States. National Science Foundation. Pat McNees. “New Formulas for America’s Workforce: Girls in Science and Engineering.” Washington, DC: NSF. 2003.

United States. National Science Foundation. Project Kaleidoscope. Jeanne L. Narum and Frank G. Rothman. “Then, Now, & In the Next Decade: A commentary on Strengthening Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education.” Washington, DC: NSF. 1999.

United States. National Science Foundation. “Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering.” Washington, DC: NSF. 1986.

United States. President’s Interagency Council on Women. “U.S. Follow-Up to the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women.” (Conference occurred in Beijing, China, September 4-15, 1995.) Washington, DC: GPO. 1996.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “ASPIRE (Awareness of Sexual Prejudice Is the Responsiblity of Educators), Module 1—Sex-Role Socialization.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “ASPIRE (Awareness of Sexual Prejudice Is the Responsiblity of Educators), Module 2—Sexism in Education.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “ASPIRE (Awareness of Sexual Prejudice Is the Responsiblity of Educators), Module 3—Evaluating Instructional Materials.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “ASPIRE (Awareness of Sexual Prejudice Is the Responsiblity of Educators), Module 4—Strategies for Change.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Module 1—How Expectations Influence Behavior and Perception.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Module 3—Dealing with Resistance to Change.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Modules 6 & 7—The Components of a Nonsexist Person & Teaching the Components of a Nonsexist Person.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979.