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Urban Systems is the David W. Boles website where the city is examined in-depth and values and relationships are explored on a scholarly level.

Projects for Purchase
You may purchase the following original unpublished articles, essays and papers by David W. Boles in .PDF format via PayPal over at the Boles Books website.  You can also get a deeper description of what the following articles discuss at Boles Books.  Click on any of the article titles below for more information:

Surviving Laparoscopic Bilateral Hernia Surgery

A Six Part Essay Concerning Qualitative Methods and Annette Lareau's "Unequal Childhoods"

A Qualitative Assessment of Deaf Infant Cochlear Implantation and Feelings of Acceptance by Hearing Peers

Lemann, Wilson and Anderson:  Marking the Synonymical Rise and Fall of the "Culture of Poverty" Conceit

A Partially Elided Examination of United States Muslim Immigration Policy and Persecution Before and After 9/11

The Failure of Foucauldian Urban Schooling: Abstraction, Panopticism and the Carceral City

Ghetto Schooling and a Theme of Three Theories: Functionalism, Conflict and Interactionist

Greed, Deception, Revenge and Prosperity: 18th and 19th Century Development in the Delaware Forks

For the Want of Water: Safely Slaking New York City's Twentieth Century Thirst

Turkle's Fellowship of the Microchip: A Failure of Teaching, Not of Technology

How to do Well on an Essay Exam

The Stations of Urban Mourning:  A Qualitative Investigation of Ongoing Public Grieving

Completed Projects
A Quantitative View of New Jersey's Essex County Civillian Non-Institutionalized Sensory Disabled

The Jersey City Christ Hospital Five Mile View Project

GIS in Public Health

Ongoing Research Projects
Public Schools Private Prisons: Foucault and the Punishment of Urban Education

A Nosocomial Outbreak Case Study: Charles Cullen as the Angel of Death

Foucault and the Power of Residual Native American Naming

A Tale of Two Sewers: New York City's Combined Waste System

The Power of Un-Naming: Where History and Political Correctness Collide

West Side Stadium Values Reflected in the Economic History of Urban Stadia

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