Publications Received

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ALBA, Richard and Victor NEE, REMAKING THE AMERICAN MAINSTREAM: Assimilation and Contemporary Immigration. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press (79 Garden St., 02138, USA), 2003, 359pp., $39.95 hc.

BEAUJOT, Roderic and Don KERR. POPULATION CHANGEIN CANADA. 2nd edition. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press (70 Wynford Drive, M3C 1J9, Canada), 2004, 367pp., $55.95 sc.

BENT-GOODLEY, Tricia B., ed., AFRICAN-AMERICAN SOCIAL WORKERS AND SOCIAL POLICY. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press (10 Alice St., 13904-1580, USA), 2003, 191pp., $22.95 sc / $49.95 hc.

CAMPBELL, Deborah and Glen F. PALM. GROUP PARENT EDUCATION; Promoting Parent Learning and Support. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications (2455 Teller Rd., 91320, USA), 2004, 247pp., $36.95 sc.

CONNORS, Clare and Kirsten STALKER, THE VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES OF DISABLED CHILDREN AND THEIR SIBLINGS: A Positive Outlook. Independence, KY: Taylor & Francis/Routeledge (10650 Toebben Drive, 41051, USA), 2003, 187pp., $24.95 sc.

De AND A, Diane, ed., SOCIAL WORK WITH MULTICULTURAL YOUTH. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc. (10 Alice Street, 13904-1580, USA), 2003, 290 pp., $24.95 sc/$49.95 hc.

DEKESEREDY, Walter S., Shahid ALVI, Martin D. SCHWARTZ, and E. Andreas TOMASZEWSKI, UNDER SIEGE; Poverty and Crime in a Public Housing Community, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books (4501, Forbes Blvd. Suite 200, 20706, USA), 2003, 182pp., $24.95 sc. / $75.00 hc.

DeMARIA, Rita and Mo Therese HANNAH, eds., BUILDING INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS: Bridging Treatment, Education, and Enrichment Through the PAIRS Program. Independence, KT: Taylor & Francis/Routledge (10650 Toebben Dr., 41051, USA), 2003, 288pp., $34.95 hc.

DU, Shanshan, "CHOPSTICKS ONLY WORK IN PAIRS": Gender Unity & Gender Equality Among the Lahu of Southwest China. New York, NY: Columbia University Press (61 West 62nd Street, 10023, USA), 2002, 237 pp., $22.50 sc. / $49.50 hc.

FABES, Richard A., ed., EMOTIONS AND THE FAMILY. BINGHAMTON, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc. (10 Alice St., 13904-1580, USA), 2003, 383 pp., $24.95 sc / $49.95 hc.

FERGUSON, Neil, GRANDPARENTING IN DIVORCED FAMILIES. Portland, OR: International Specialized book Services (920 NE 58th Ave., Suite 300, 97213-3786, USA). 2004, 166pp., $28.50 sc.

FRAMO, James L., Timothy T. WEBER, Felise B. LEVINE, COMING HOME AGAIN: A Family-of Origin Consultation. Independence, KT: Taylor & Francis/Routledge (10650 Toebben Dr., 41051, USA), 2003, 294pp., $34.95 hc.

GILLEM, Angela R. and Cathy A. THOMPSON, eds., BIRACIAL WOMEN IN THERAPY: Between the Rock of Gender and the Hard Place of Race. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc. (10 Alice Street, 13904-1580, USA). 2004, 259 pp., $29.95 sc. / $49.95 hc.

HAMON, Raeann R. and Bron B. INGOLDSBY, eds., MATE SELECTION ACROSS CULTURES. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications (2455 Teller Road, 91320, USA), 2003, 296pp., $34.95 sc.

HANEY, Lynne and Lisa POLLARD, eds., FAMILIES OF A NEW WORLD; Gender. Politics, and State Development in a Global Context. Independence, KY: Taylor & Francis/Routeledge (10650 Toebben Drive, 41051, USA), 2003, 300 pp., $23.95 sc.

HELBURN, Suzanne W. and Barbara R. BERGMANN, AMERICA'S CHILD CARE PROBLEM; The way out. New York, NY: Global Publishing at St. Martin's Press (175 Fifth Ave., 10010-7848, USA), 2003, 262pp., $19.95 sc.

HIRSCH, Jennifer S., A COURTSHIP AFTER MARRIAGE: Sexuality and Love in Mexican Transnational Families. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press (2120 Berkeley Way, 94720, USA), 2003, 376pp., $24.95 sc / $60.00 hc.

IKELS, Charlotte, ed., FILIAL PEITY; Practice and Discourse in Contemporary East Asia. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press (1450 Page Mill Rd., 94304-1124, USA). 2004, 304pp., $21.95 sc./$60.00 hc.

IRVING, Howard H., FAMILY MEDIATION; Theory and Practice with Chinese Families. …

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