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> Current Sociology
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> Volume 51 Issue 05 - Publication Date: 1 September 2003
>
> http://www.sagepub.co.uk/JournalIssue.aspx?pid=105515&jiid=518507
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> About the Authors
>
> Introduction. Telling It With Numbers: Conceptual and Methodological
> Innovations in Social Statistics
> Paul Bernard University of Montreal, Canada and Susan A. McDaniel University
> of Alberta, Canada
>
> Do Cross-National Differences in Household Standard of Living Mobility
> Parallel Cross-National Differences in Occupational Mobility? A Comparison
> of Germany, Sweden and the USA
> Thomas A. DiPrete Duke University, USA
>
> Convergence or Resilience? A Hierarchical Cluster Analysis of the Welfare
> Regimes in Advanced Countries
> Sebastien Saint-Arnaud University of Toronto, Canada and Paul Bernard
> University of Montreal, Canada
>
> The Promise of Random-Assignment Social Experiments for Understanding
> Well-Being and Behavior
> Greg J. Duncan and Katherine A. Magnuson Center for Urban Affairs and Policy
> Research, Northwestern Univiersity, Illinois, USA
>
> When Methods Make a Difference
> Blair Wheaton University of Toronto, Canada
>
> Abstracts/Resumes/Resumenes
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> International Sociology
>
> Volume 18 Issue 03 - Publication Date: 1 September 2003
>
> http://www.sagepub.co.uk/JournalIssue.aspx?pid=105605&jiid=516407
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> Gender, Globalization, and Social Change in the 21st Century
>
> Gender Matters: Studying Globalization and Social Change in the 21st Century
> Esther Ngan-ling Chow American University, Washington, DC
>
> Recasting our Understanding of Gender and Work during Global Restructuring
> Jean L. Pyle University of Massachusetts Lowell and Kathryn B. Ward Southern
> Illinois University
>
> Globalization, Women and (In)equity in the South: Constraint and Resistance
> in Barbados
> Ann B. Denis University of Ottawa
>
> Labor Export in the Context of Globalization: The Experience of Filipino
> Domestic Workers in Rome
> Ligaya Lindio-McGovern Indiana University-Kokomo
>
> Carrying the Burdens of Adjustment and Globalization: Women and
> Microenterprise Development in Urban Zimbabwe
> Mary Johnson Osirim Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania
>
> Neoconservative Realities: The Social and Economic Marginalization of
> Canadian Women
> Lea Caragata Wilfrid Laurier University
>
> Interpreting Islam and Women's Rights: Implementing CEDAW in Pakistan
> Anita M. Weiss University of Oregon
>
> Globalization and its Mal(e)contents: The Gendered Moral and Political
> Economy of Terrorism
> Michael S. Kimmel SUNY at Stony Brook
>
> Book Reviews
>
> Barriteau, Eudine, The Political Economy of Gender in the Twentieth Century
> Caribbean, reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Blossfeld, Hans-Peter and Sonja Drobnic, Careers of Couples in Contemporary
> Society, reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Connolly, Linda, The Irish Women's Movement: From Revolution to Devolution,
> reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Craske, Nikki and Maxine Molyneaux (eds), Gender and the Politics of Rights
> and Democracy in Latin America, reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Luke, Carmen, Globalization and Women in Academia: North/West-South/East,
> reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Mohammed, Patricia, Gender Negotiations among Indians in Trinidad,
> 1917-1947, reviewed by Ann Denis
>
> Zulauf, Monika, Migrant Women: Professionals in the European Union, reviewed
> by Ann Denis
>
> Kar, Mehrangiz, Tose'h va Chalesh haye Zanan-e Iran [Women's Participation
> in Politics: Obstacles and Possibilities], reviewed by Poopak Taati
>
> Talab, Jaleh Shadi, Mosharekat-e Siasi Zanan, Mavane' va Emkanat
> [Development and Challenges of Iranian Women], reviewed by Poopak Taati
>
> Hobson, Barbara (ed.), Making Men into Fathers: Men, Masculinities and the
> Social Politics of Fatherhood, reviewed by Connell, R. W.
>
> Resumes/Resumenes
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