Volume 83, Number 4, June 2005

Table of Contents

From: Social Forces

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Minding Our Own Business: Local Retail Establishments and the Future of Southern Civic Community

pp. 1309-1328
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Articles

The Welfare State and Relative Poverty in Rich Western Democracies, 1967-1997

pp. 1329-1364
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Articles

Reforming a Breadwinner Welfare State: Gender, Race, Class and Social Security Reform

pp. 1365-1393
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Lessons from Biafra: The Structuration of Socially Relevant Science in the Research and Production Directorate

pp. 1395-1423
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Militarist, Marxian and Non-Marxian Materialist Theories of Gender Inequality: A Cross-Cultural Test

pp. 1425-1441
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Occupation, Class and Social Networks in Urban China

pp. 1143-1167
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With a Little Help from My Friends (and My Financial Planner)

pp. 1469-1497
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Crimes of War and the Force of Law

pp. 1499-1534
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Consent, Informal Organization and Job Rewards: a Mixed Methods Analysis

pp. 1535-1566
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What Are We Measuring? An Evaluation of the CES-D Across Race/Ethnicity and Immigrant Generation

pp. 1567-1601
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"...be a genuine homemaker in your own home": Gender and Familial Relations in State Housing Practices, 1917-1922

pp. 1603-1625
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Public Sociologies

Outrages Against Personal Dignity: Rationalizing Abuse and Torture in the War on Terror

pp. 1627-1645
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Contributing to Scholarship and Theory through Public Sociology

pp. 1647-1653
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Latin American Sociologies

Latin America: Societies, Markets and Politics

pp. 1655-1657
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Politics and Society in Latin America at the Start of the New Millennium

pp. 1659-1670
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Patterns in Contingencies: The Interlocking of Formal and Informal Political Institutions in Contemporary Argentina

pp. 1671-1695
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Women and Politics in Latin America: Perspectives and Limits of the Institutional Aspects of Women's Political Representation

pp. 1697-1725
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Democracy and New Social Forces in Bolivia

pp. 1727-1743
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Brazil: The Lula Government and Financial Globalization

pp. 1745-1762
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Book Reviews

Diminished Democracy: From Membership to Management in American Civic Life (review)

pp. 1733-1765
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Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution: Transforming Cultures and Communities in the Age of Instant Access (review)

pp. 1765-1767
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Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives: Delinquent Boys to Age 70 (review)

pp. 1767-1768
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The Starting Gate: Birth Weight and Life Chances, and: Conceiving Risk, Bearing Responsibility: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Diagnosis of Moral Disorder (review)

pp. 1769-1771
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Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember their World War II Incarceration (review)

pp. 1771-1772
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Social Dynamics of the Life Course: Transitions, Institutions, and Interrelations (review)

pp. 1773-1774
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The Unthinkable Revolution in Iran (review)

pp. 1774-1776
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Cultural Trauma and Collective Identity (review)

pp. 1776-1777
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The Man Who Shocked the World: The Life and Legacy of Stanley Milgram (review)

pp. 1778-1779
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Measuring Racial Discrimination (review)

pp. 1780-1781
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Race, Culture, and the Revolt of the Black Athlete: The 1968 Olympic Protests and Their Aftermath (review)

pp. 1781-1783
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Handbook of the Sociology of Religion (review)

pp. 1783-1785
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Congregations in America (review)

pp. 1785-1786
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Between Sundays: Black Women and Everyday Struggles of Faith (review)

pp. 1787-1788
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The Paradox of American Unionism: Why Americans Like Unions More Than Canadians Do But Join Much Less (review)

pp. 1789-1791
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Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers and the Global Apparel Industry (review)

pp. 1791-1792
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Errata

Errata

pp. 1793-1796
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