MaryLynn Saul, reviewing that book for Journal of American Cultures (30:4, Dec.
What does JACC stand for?
JACC stands for Journal of American Culture (Wiley publications)
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We have 70 other meanings of JACC in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Admission/Congestion Control
- Joint Agency Coordination Centre (Australia)
- Joint Airborne Command Center
- Joint Airspace Control Cell
- Joint Airspace Control Center (US DoD)
- Joint Airspace Coordination Centre
- Joint Ambulatory Care Clinic
- Joint Automatic Control Conference
- Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce (Missouri)
- Journal Access Core Collection
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology
- Jugular Axillo-Subclavian Central Catheter (Teleflex Incorporated; Limerick, PA)
- Just Another Computer Company
- Just Another Computer Company (Ottawa, Canada)
- Joint Airborne Communications Center/Command Post
- Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
- Joint Advisory Committee for Church Colleges
- Joint Air Control and Coordination Center
- Joint Airlift Coordination and Control Cell (US DoD)
- Joint Airborne Command and Control Command Post
Samples in periodicals archive:
Borish, "'Another Domestic Beast of Burden': New England Farm Women's Work and Well-Being in the 19th Century," Journal of American Culture Vol.
The White Slave Fairy Tale of the Progressive Era," Journal of American Culture 6 (1983): 96-99; Bristow, Prostitution and Prejudice, 41-57; Kathy Peiss, Cheap Amusements: Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York (Philadelphia, 1986), 98, 151; John D'Emilio and Estelle B.
See also Phillip Gibbs, "Self Control and Male Sexuality in Advice Literature of 19th-Century America, 1830-1860," Journal of American Culture 9 (Summer, 1986): 37-41.
Pope, "American Muscles and Minds: Public Discourse and the Shaping of National Identity During Early Olympiads, 1896-1920," Journal of American Culture 15 (Winter 1992): 69-80 for an extended discussion.