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Holmes, Teresa, Riggins, Stephen H., The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology


Posted in fall 2003/Publies a l'automne 2003

NAOMI ADELSON, "Being Alive Well": Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being, University of Toronto Press, 2000 (reviewed by Linda Garro, University of California, Los Angeles).

PETER B. AINSWORTH, Offender Profiling and Crime Analysis, Willan Publishing, 2001 (reviewed by Ron Melchers, University of Ottawa).

DAVID L. ALTHEIDE, Creating Fear: News and the Construction of Crisis, Walter de Gruyter, 2002 (reviewed by Sylvia Hale, St. Thomas University).

NANCY APPLEBAUM, Muddied Waters: Race, Region and Local History in Colombia, 1846-1948, Duke University Press, 2003 (reviewed by Jason Paiement, McGill University).

YILDIZ ATASOY and WILLIAM K. CARROLL, eds., Global Shaping and Its Alternatives, Garamond Press, 2003 (reviewed by Richard J.F Day, Queen's University at Kingston).

JEAN BAUDRILLARD, The Spirit of Terrorism and Requiem for the Twin Towel's, Verso, 2002 (reviewed by B. Gerry Coulter, Bishop's University).

GUY BELLAVANCE, LEON BERNIER et BENOIT LAPLANTE, Les conditions de pratique des artistes en arts visuels : rapport d'enquete, phase 1, INRS-Urbanisation, 2001 (recense par Veronique Rodriguez, College Ahuntsic).

MARIAN BINKLEY, Set Adrift: Fishing Families, University of Toronto Press, 2002 (reviewed by John R. Wagner, Okanagan University College).

PAT CARLEN, ed., Women and Punishment: The Struggle for Justice, Willan Publishing, 2003 (reviewed by Myrna Dawson, University of Guelph).

MICHEL CARTIER, Les groupes d'interets et les collectivites locales: Une interface entre le citoyen et l'Etat, Les Presses de l'Universite Laval et L'Harmattan, 2002 (reviewed by Scott Schaffer, Millersville University of Pennsylvania).

NEENA CHAPPELL, ELLEN GEE, LYNN McDONALD and MICHAEL STONES, Aging in Contemporary Canada, Prentice Hall, 2003 (reviewed by Annette Leibing, McGill University).

DONALD CUCCIOLETTA, red., L'americanite et les Ameriques, Les Presses de l'Universite Laval, 2001 (recense par Sabrina Doyon, Universite McGill).

VANAJA DHRUVARAJAN and JILL VICKERS, eds., Gender, Race, and Nation: A Global Perspective, University of Toronto Press, 2002 (reviewed by Rennie Warburton, University of Victoria).

ROGER EPP and DAVE WHITSON, eds., Writing Off the Rural West: Globalization, Governments, and the Transformation of the Rural West, University of Alberta Press, 2001 (reviewed by Tom Beckley, University of New Brunswick).

J. ROSS ESHLEMAN and SUSANNAH J. WILSON, The Family, Pearson Education, 2001 (reviewed by Susan Bedford, Carleton University).

WILLIAM ESKRIDGE JR., Equality Practice: Civil Unions and the Future of Gay Rights, Routledge, 2002 (reviewed by Geraint B. Osborne, Augustana University College).

GRACE FEUERVERGER, Oasis of Dreams: Teaching and Learning Peace in a Jewish-Palestinian Village in Israel, Routledge Falmer, 2001 (reviewed by Michelle McGinn, Brock University).

GARY ALAN FINE, Gifted Tongues: High School Debate and Adolescent Culture, Princeton University Press, 2001 (reviewed by John Manzo, University of Calgary).

AUGIE FLERAS, Mass Media Communication in Canada, Thomson Nelson, 2003 (reviewed by Rose Marie Borutski, Practising Sociologist, Coquitlam, B.C.).

AUGIE FLERAS and JEAN LEONARD ELLIOTT, Unequal Relations: An Introduction to Race and Ethnic Dynamics in Canada, Prentice Hall, 2003 (reviewed by Edward N. Herberg, University of Toronto).

BENT FLYVBJERG, Making Social Science Matter: Why Social Inquiry Fails and How It Can Succeed Again, Cambridge University Press, 2001 (reviewed by Neil McLaughlin, McMaster University).

JONATHAN L. FREEDMAN, Media Violence and Its Effect on Aggression: Assessing the Scientific Evidence, University of Toronto Press, 2002 (reviewed by Joe Galbo, University of New Brunswick at St. John).

MICHEL FREITAG avec la collaboration d'YVES BONNY, L'oubli de la societe. …

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