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with David Stea, A Cognitive Atlas: Explorations Into the Psychological Geography of Four Mexican Cities (Place Perception Research Report No. 10), Environmental Research Group, Chicago, 1971 – out of print.

      
Fleeting Glimpses, or Adolescent and Other Images of the Entity Called San Cristobal Casas, Clark University Cartographic Laboratory, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1971 – out of print, but available through interlibrary loan.
      
I Don't Want To, But I Will, in two volumes, Clark University Cartographic Laboratory, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1973 – out of print, but available through interlibrary loan or under the title The genesis of Geographic Knowledge :A Real-time Developmental Study of Adolescent Images of Novel Environments (London, Rome and Paris) from UMI Dissertation Publishing.
   
The Junk School: An Evaluation of the First Year of the Worcester-Clark TTT Adjunct Program at North High School, Worcester, Massachusetts. Denis wrote this unpublished report in 1973 when he was with the old North High School in Worcester, Massachusetts as a Research Fellow-Teacher-Evaluator, supported by Clark University's Teaching Teacher Trainers Program and the University of Virginia's Evaluation Research Center. The Adjunct School was a radical attempt at reforming American high schools from within. It described itself as a change agent and assumed that knowledge was a process, that schools were learning communities, and that growth was really all that mattered in an education. The report proper is 204 pages and it's followed by another couple hundred pages of documentary material including weekly logs. The Adjunct School was … something else!
     
with Greg Centeno, Basil Honikman, Bob Klute, William Lundin, and John Tector, Ten Courthouses in North Carolina, North Carolina Administrative Offices of the Courts, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1976 – out of print.
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