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  • Bason, Carol J. (California State University, Northridge, 1980-06)
    The purpose of this research was to investigate adolescent women’s perception of pregnancy probability associated with unprotected intercourse. Seventy women, age 13 to 17 were administered a questionnaire at a family ...
  • THEA 643 
    FUNICELLO, RALPH (2014-09-02)
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    FUNICELLO, RALPH (2014-09-02)
  • THEA 540 
    FUNICELLO, RALPH (2014-09-02)
  • Bell, Roy M. (California State University, Northridge, 1980)
    Public administration must be prepared to respond effectively to a nuclear blackmail threat. Nuclear terrorism is definitely a possibility. The information on how to design a nuclear device is unclassified; there is ...

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