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Volume 57 No 4 December 2006

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Childhood, family and work

Global society

Book review essay

Books reviewed

Pages 709-734

Author Title Reviewer
Lisa Adkins and Beverley Skeggs (eds) Feminism After Bourdieu Jo-Anne Dillabough
P Aspers Markets in Fashion. A Phenomenological Approach Alex Preda
J Baudrillard The Intelligence of Evil or the Lucidity Pact Barry Sandywell
Mark Bevir New Labour: A Critique Ralph Fevre
Jacqueline Nassy Brown Dropping Anchor, Setting Sail - Geographies of Race in Black Liverpool Max Farrar
Randall Collins Interaction Ritual Chains Ken Plummer
D Cook The Commodification of Childhood: The Children's Clothing Industry and the Rise of the Child Consumer Dale Southerton
P Dickens Society and Nature: Changing Our Environment, Changing Ourselves John Forrester
A H Halsey A History of Sociology in Britain: Science, Literature, and Society Christopher T Husbands
Sarah Harper Families in Aging Societies: A Multidisciplinary Approach Gail Wilson
P Hirst Space and Power: Politics, War and Architecture Tim Edensor
Evelyn Kallen Social Inequality and Social Injustice: A Human Rights Perspective Terry Hopton
Michael Keith After the Cosmopolitan?: Multicultural Cities and the Future of Racism Virinder S Kalra
Michael Mann The Dark Side of Democracy: Explaining Ethnic Cleansing Rosaire Langlois
Michael Mann Fascists Rosaire Langlois
A G Miller (ed) The Social Psychology of Good and Evil Mark Burgess
Sarah Pink Home Truths: Gender, Domestic Objects and Everyday Life Ellen Malos
Alex Preda AIDS, Rhetoric, and Medical Knowledge Marsha Rosengarten
Andrew I Schepard Children, Courts and Custody: Interdisciplinary Models for Divorcing Families Daniel Monk and Birkbeck College
Kimberley Springer Living for the Revolution. Black Feminist Organizations, 1968-1980 Cecily Jones
A L Stinchcombe The Logic of Social Research Ruth Rettie
R Wooffitt Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis: A Comparative and Critical Introduction Rebecca Barnes