Book reviews/Comptes rendus


Carl Waldman, Atlas of the North American Indian (Maps and Illustrations by Molly Braun)

Alan D. Mcmillan, Native Peoples and Cultures of Canada: An Anthropological Overview

Evelyn Pinkerton (ed.), Co-operative Management of Local Fisheries: New Directions for Improved Management and Community Development

Peter Lassman, Politics and Social Theory

Alfonso Hernan Molina, The Social Basis of the Microelectronics Revolution

Roberta Hamilton, Feudal Society and Colonization: The Historiography of New France

Michael Rywkin, Soviet Society Today

John Pitts, The Politics of Juvenile Crime

Marla N. Powers, Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual and Reality

Joyce Nelson, Sultans of Sleaze, Public Relations and the Media

Anne Rankin Mahoney, Juvenile Justice in Context

Livy Visano, This Idle Trade

Vincent Mosco, The Pay-Per Society: Computers and Communication in the Information Age

Bryan Palmer (ed.), A Communist Life: Jack Scott and the Canadian Workers Movement, 1927–1985

Lesley D. Harman, When a Hostel Becomes a Home: Experiences of Women

John O'neill, The Communicative Body: Studies in Communicative Philosophy, Politics, and Sociology

Alan Wolfe, Whose Keeper?: Social Science and Moral Obligation

Harry Assu with Joy Inglis, Assu of Cape Mudge: Recollections of a Coastal Indian Chief. Introduction by Michael M. Ames

PETER R. GERBER and Maximilien Bruggman, Indians of the Northwest Coast. Translated by Barbara Fritzemeier

Thomas Crump, The Anthropology of Numbers

Jean-Claude Muller, La calebasse sacree. Initiations Rukuba

Dorothy Harley Eber, When the Whalers were up North, Inuit Memories from the Eastern Arctic

Gavin Smith, Livelihood and Resistance: Peasants and the Politics of Land in Peru

Brigham Y. Card, Herbert C. Northcott, John E. Foster, Howard Palmer And George K. Jarvis (eds.), The Mormon Presence in Canada

John D. Early And John F. Peters, The Population Dynamics of the Muca-jai Yanomama