Description Sheet for
WorldViews: A Quarterly Review
of Resources for Education and Action

Subtitle: A Quarterly Review of Resources for Education and Action
Editors: Thomas P. Fenton and Mary J. Heffron
Address: 464 19th Street, Oakland, CA 94612-2297 USA
Telephone: (510) 451-1742
Fax: (510) 835-3017
Year first published: 1985
Former name: Third World Resources Frequency: Quarterly
ISSN number: 1085-7559
Number of pages: 28 per issue
Index: Annual, by organization, title, individual. Free with subscription.
Indexed in: Alternative Press Index, Book Review Index, Media Review Digest, Periodica Islamica
Advertising: Display and classified. Rate card available.
Circulation: 2,000 paid and controlled
Subscription price:
-- U.S. and Canada: $50/one year (organizational); $25/ (individual).
-- Outside North America: $65/one year (organizational); $45/ (individual).
Note: Subscriptions run on a calendar year basis only. Subscriptions must be paid in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank.
Agency discount: 10 percent (subscriptions and advertising)
Back issues: All issues available at $30 per volume.
Sample issue: $5.00
Replacement issues:
-- Free, if requested by subscribers within three months of publication date.
-- $5.00 per copy (billed with shipment), if requested after 3 months from publication date.
Note: The publisher is not responsible for copies mailed but lost in transit.
Other formats: Available electronically through ERIC and through PeaceNet. Available in microfiche through ERIC.
Publisher: WorldViews (formerly Third World Resources)
Description: WorldViews contains notices and descriptive listings of organizations and newly released print, audiovisual, and other educational resources on Third World regions and issues.

Rates effective: January 1, 1998 through December 31, 1998.

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