Special Issues of Periodicals

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Special Issues of Periodicals


Lehman, JoAnne, Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources


AMERICAN BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST v.52, no. 3, November 2008: Special issue: "Race, Class, and Gender in Transnational Labor Inequality." Issue editors: Winifred R. Poster & George Wilson. ISSN: 1552-3381 (electronic); 0002-7642 (print). Publisher: Sage Publications. Available online to licensed users through Sage Journals Online and ABI/Inform.

Partial contents: "Filtering Diversity: A Global Corporation Struggles With Race, Class, and Gender in Employment Policy," by Winifred R. Poster; "The Racialization of Global Labor," by Edna Bonacich, Sabrina Alimahomed, & Jake B. Wilson; "The Dignity of Working Women: Service, Sex, and the Labor Politics of Localization in China's City of Eternal Spring," by Eileen M. Otis; "Gender and Economic Change in the United States and Mexico, 1900-2000," by Patricia Fernandez-Kelly; "Global Care Crisis: A Problem of Capital, Care Chain, or Commons?" by Lise Widding Isaksen, Sambasivan Uma Devi, & Arlie Russell Hochschild; "Class Backgrounds, Modes of Incorporation, and Puerto Ricans' Pathways into the Transnational Professional Workforce," by Elizabeth M. Aranda; "Two Stops in Today's New Global Geographies: Shaping Novel Labor Supplies and Employment Regimes," by Saskia Sassen.

AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW v. 113, no. 5, December 2008: "AHR Forum: Revisiting [Joan W. Scott's] 'Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis." ISSN: 1937-5239 (electronic); 0002-8762 (print). Official publication of the American Historical Association (AHA); published by University of Chicago Press. Available online to licensed users through University of Chicago Press Journals and other providers.

Forum contents: "A History of 'Gender,'" by Joanne Meyerowitz; "A Paradigm of Our Own: Joan Scott in Latin American History," by Heidi Tinsman; "An Archipelago of Stories: Gender History in Eastern Europe," by Maria Bucur; "The Three Ages of Joan Scott," by Dyan Elliott; "Chinese History: A Useful Category of Gender Analysis," by Gail Hershatter & Wang Zheng; "Unanswered Questions," by Joan W. Scott.

AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY v.41, no. 1, April 2008: Special issue: "Current Approaches to Understanding Female Offending." Issue editor: Paul Mazerolle. ISSN: 0004-8658. Publisher: Australian Academic Press. Available online to licensed users through EBSCOHost (Soclndex).

Partial contents: "Female Violent Offenders: Moral Panics or More Serious Offenders?" by Candace Kruttschnitt, Rosemary Gartner, & Jeanette Hussemann; "Temporal, Situational and Interactional Features of Women's Violent Conflicts," by Christopher W. Mullins & Jody Miller; "Working 'the Code': On Girls, Gender, and Inner-City Violence," by Nikki Jones; "Understanding Women's Pathways to Jail: Analysing the Lives of Incarcerated Women," by Sally S. Simpson, Jennifer L. Yahner, & Laura Dugan; "Girls, Peer Violence, and Restorative Justice," by Kathleen Daly; "Battered Women Charged With Homicide: Advancing the Interests of Indigenous Women," by Julie Stubbs & Julia Tolmie; "Girls' Troubles, Girls' Delinquency, and Gender Responsive Programming: A Review," by Meda Chesney-Lind, Merry Morash, & Tia Stevens.

COLLEGE ENGLISH v.70, no. 5, May 2008: Special issue: "Configurations of Transnationality: Locating Feminist Rhetorics." Issue editors: Wendy S. Hesford & Eileen E. Schell. ISSN: 0010-0994. Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Available online to licensed users through NCTE and ProQuest.

Partial contents: "Transnational Feminist Rhetorics in a Digital World," by Mary Queen; "Linking Transnational Logics: A Feminist Rhetorical Analysis of Public Policy Networks," by Rebecca Dingo; "Pleasurable Pedagogies: Reading Lolita in Tehran and the Rhetoric of Empathy," by Theresa A. Kulbaga; "Response: A World of Difference," by Deepika Bahri.

EAST ASIAN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY (EASTS): AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL v. …

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