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ISNI: 
0000 0004 5301 1694
Name: 
Karen Katz (American writer)
Karen Katz (Amerikaans schrijfster)
Katz, Karen
Katz, Karen A.
כץ, קארן
カッツ, カレン
Dates: 
1947-
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Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
illustrator
Related names: 
Brown, Margaret Wise (1910-1952)
Dane Bauer, Marion
Karr, Jillian (see also from)
Miyagi, Yoko (1938-)
Shelton, Jayne C.
Suen, Anastasia
The emergence of Public Safety and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs which allegedly resemble Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs in their style of dress has created controversies within the law enforcement and outlaw biker communities. PSLEMCs represent a social response to the breakdown of the police subculture, specifically, the erosion of brotherhood, internal solidarity, and camaraderie within police departments. Police officers who shared a passion for riding motorcycles created their own unique hybrid subculture in order to restore a sense of brotherhood and belonging amongst themselves. The salient features of the subculture are the brotherhood, the wearing of colours with the 3-piece back patch, and riding Harley Davidson motorcycles in group formation. These features hold symbolic meanings for the club members and serve important functions within the subculture. Through motorcycling, PSLEMCs provide their members with meaningful social participation and interpersonal relations, which re-establishes meaning and a sense of purpose in their lives
Vosough, Gene
גורי, שרונה
חזון, מיכל (1961-)
いしづ, ちひろ (1953-)
宮木, 陽子 (1938-)
Titles: 
10 נשיקות לפני השנה
babies on the bus, The
Baby at the farm
Baby's colors
Baby's day
Baby's numbers
Baby's shapes
Beddy-bye, baby : a touch-and-feel book
Behind the patch ; towards an understanding of public safety and law enforcement motorcycle clubs
Big brother
Big sister
Brand-new baby
Buzz, buzz, baby!
Can you say peace?
Child's good morning
Colors of us
Counting kisses
Daddy hugs 1-2-3
Excuse me! : a little book of manners
Grandma and me : a lift-the-flap book
How does baby feel?
In grandmother's arms
Karen Katz lift-the-flap book
Kurisumasu purezento doko.
Mama doko doko
Mommy hugs
My big girl undies
My First Chinese New Year
My first Kwanzaa
My first Ramadan
No hitting!
Now I'm big
Oheso doko
Over the moon, 1997:
Oyasumi no kissu
Peek-a-baby
Potty for me!
Princess baby, night-night
Roar, roar, baby!
Rosie goes to preschool
Shake it up, baby!
Sleepy ABC
Something borrowed, something blue, c1993:
Splish, splash, baby!
Subway
Superhero me!
Ten tiny babies
Through the eyes of mittens
Twelve hats for Lena : a book of months
Twinkle Toes
What does baby love?
Where is baby's belly button? a lift-the-flap book
Where is Baby's Christmas Present
Why do I have to go to Hebrew school? 1991:
Wiggle your toes : a Karen Katz book to pull, fluff and wiggle
Zoom, zoom, baby!
איפה הפופיק שלי?
קוקו, איפה אמא ?
שלום לחתול : [ספר משחק לגמילה מחיתולים]
おへそどこ?
おやすみのキッス
クリスマスプレゼントどこ?
ママどこどこ?
Notes: 
Originally published as her Thesis (M.A.) - Simon Fraser University, 2008, under Karen Marie Sims
Thesis abstract: The emergence of Public Safety and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs which allegedly resemble Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs in their style of dress has created controversies within the law enforcement and outlaw biker communities. PSLEMCs represent a social response to the breakdown of the police subculture, specifically, the erosion of brotherhood, internal solidarity, and camaraderie within police departments. Police officers who shared a passion for riding motorcycles created their own unique hybrid subculture in order to restore a sense of brotherhood and belonging amongst themselves. The salient features of the subculture are the brotherhood, the wearing of colours with the 3-piece back patch, and riding Harley Davidson motorcycles in group formation. These features hold symbolic meanings for the club members and serve important functions within the subculture. Through motorcycling, PSLEMCs provide their members with meaningful social participation and interpersonal relations, which re-establishes meaning and a sense of purpose in their lives
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