Books in category Social Science – Ethnic Studies

  • The Unraveling of Island Asia

    The Unraveling of Island Asia?
    Bruce Vaughn

    Significant troubles roiling Island Asia at the beginning of the 21st century are examined in this collection.

  • Culture and Social Behavior The Ontario Symposium Volume 10

    Culture and Social Behavior: The Ontario Symposium, Volume 10
    Richard M. Sorrentino, Dov Cohen, James M. Olson, Mark P. Zanna

    As such, this volume is a "must have" for cultural researchers including those in social, cultural, and personality psychology, and interpersonal, cultural, and political communication, anthropology, and sociology.

  • Felix Longoria s Wake

    Felix Longoria’s Wake
    Patrick Carroll

    In this book, Patrick Carroll provides the first fully researched account of the Longoria controversy and its far-reaching consequences.

  • Dealing with Alcohol

    Dealing with Alcohol
    Sherry Saggers, Dennis Gray

    This book was written with the desire to improve the level of informed debate, and lead to constructive action.

  • שיעורים בעברית
    Edna Amir Coffin

    A comprehensive introduction to modern Israeli Hebrew, Lessons in Modern Hebrew: Level I and Level II provide English-speaking students and well-motivated individuals with all the basic classroom tools necessary for mastery of the language.

  • Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community

    Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community
    Gilda L. Ochoa

    Focusing on the Mexican-origin, working-class city of La Puente in Los Angeles County, California, this book examines Mexican Americans' everyday attitudes toward and interactions with Mexican immigrants—a topic that has so far received …

  • Custom and Confrontation

    Custom and Confrontation
    Roger M. Keesing

    "Anthropologists and students of anthropology may read this book because it is a superior ethnography, detailed and enriched by theoretical insights.

  • Freedom Riders

    Freedom Riders
    Raymond Arsenault

    With characters and plot lines rivaling those of the most imaginative fiction, this is a tale of heroic sacrifice and unexpected triumph.

  • Lost Plays of the Harlem Renaissance 1920 1940

    Lost Plays of the Harlem Renaissance, 1920-1940
    James Vernon Hatch, Leo Hamalian

    A valuable contribution to African American literary and theatrical scholarship, this volume is a compilation of sixteen plays written during the Harlem Renaissance, brought together for the first time and set in a historical context.

  • Black Slaveowners

    Black Slaveowners
    Larry Koger

    Examining South Carolina's diverse population of African-American slaveowners, the book demonstrates that free African Americans widely embraced slavery as a viable economic system and that they–like their white counterparts–exploited the …

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