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ALLEYNE, Mervyn C., ed., THE CONSTRUCTION AND REPRESENTATION OF RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE CARIBBEAN AND THE WORLD. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press (OU Distribution Center, 4100, 28th Ave. NW, 73069-8218, USA), 2002, 280pp., $18.00 sc/$45.00 hc.

BALUJA, Kaari Flagstad, GENDER ROLES AT HOME AND ABROAD: The Adaptation of Bangladeshi Immigrants. New York, NY: LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC (2472 Broadway, Suite 251, 10025, USA), 2002, 245 pp., $65.00 hc.

BANCROFT, Lundy and Jay G. SILVERMAN, THE BATTERER AS PARENT: Addressing the Impact of Domestic Violence on Family Dynamics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications (2455 Teller Rd., 91320, USA), 2002, 240 pp., $46.20 sc.

BINKLEY, Marian, SET ADRIFT: Fishing Families. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press (10 St. Mary St., Suite 700, M4Y 2W8, Canada), 2002, 291pp., $24.95 sc./$65.00 hc.

COLLINS, Mary, THE ESSENTIAL DAUGHTER: Changing Expectations for Girls at Home. 1797 to the Present, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (88 Post Rd. W., P.O. Box 5007, 06881-5007, USA), 2002, 184pp., $39.95 hc.

DARLINGTON, Patricia S. E. and Becky Michelle MULVANEY, WOMEN, POWER, AND ETHNICITY: Working Toward Reciprocal Empowerment. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press Inc. (10 Alice St., 13904-1580, USA), 2003, 260 pp., $24.95 sc/$39.95 hc.

DELVA, Jorge, ed., FAMILIES AND HEALTH: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc. (10 Alive St., 13904-1580, USA), 2001, 104pp., $19.95 sc./ $29.95 he.

GALLANT, Mary J., COMING OF AGE IN THE HOLOCAUST: The Last Survivors Remember. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America (4720 Boston Way, 20706, USA), 2002, 334pp., $48.00 sc.

GUERRA, Anthony J., FAMILY MATTERS: The Role of Christianity in the Formation of the Western Family. St. Paul, MN: Paragon House (2700 University Ave. W., Suite 200, 55114-1016, USA), 2002, 193pp., $16.95 sc.

GUTMANN, Matthew C. ed., CHANGING MEN AND MASCULINITIES IN LATIN AMERICA. Durhan, NC: Duke University Press (Box 90660, 27708-0660, USA), 2003, 416 pp., $24.95 sc./$74.95 hc.

HALFON, Neal, Kathryn Taaffe MCLEARN and Mark A. SCHUSTER. eds., CHILD REARING IN AMERICA; Challenges Facing Parents with Young Children. New York: NY: Cambridge University Press (40 West 20th Street, 10011-4111, USA), 2002, 448 pp., $24.00 sc./$65.00 hc.

HAREVEN, Tamara K., THE SILK WEAVERS OF KYOTO: Family and Work in a Changing Traditional Industry. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press (2000 Center St., Suite 303, 94704, USA), 2003, 371pp., $21.95 sc./$55.00 hc.

KIBRIA, Nazli, BECOMING ASIAN AMERICAN: Second-Generation Chinese and Korean American Identities. …

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