Book reviewed in this article:
LAUREEN SNIDER, Bad Business: Corporate Crime in Canada.
GREGG M. OLSEN, The Struggle for Democracy in Sweden.
WILLIAM R. JANKOWIAK, Sex, Death, and Hierarchy in a Chinese City.
FRAN MARKOWITZ, A Community in Spite of Itself. Soviet Jewish Emigres in New York.
ELIZABETH EDWARDS (ed.), Anthropology and Photography, 1860–1920.
NOEL DYCK and JAMES B. WALDRAM (eds.), Anthropology, Public Policy and Native Peoples in Canada.
ANNY BAKALIAN, Armenian-Americans: From being to feeling Armenian.
GORDON BROTHERSON, Book of the Fourth World. Reading the Native Americas Through Their Literature.
DAVID A. NOCK, Star Wars in Canadian Sociology: Exploring the Social Construction of Knowledge.
PRUE BAINS and ELI TERAM, Normal Bad Boys: Public Policies, Institutions, and The Politics of Client Recruitment.
DAVID MACGREGOR Hegel, Marx and the English State.
DENYS DELÂGE, Bitter Feast: Amerindians and Europeans in Northeastern North America, 1600–64. (orig. Le pays renversé) (trans. Jane Brierly).
DIANE DRIEDGER and SUSAN GRAY (eds.), Imprinting Our Image: An International Anthology by Women with Disabilities.
ALENA HEITLINGER, Women's Equality, Demography and Public Policies.
GORDON BAILEY and NOGA GAYLE (eds.), Sociology: An Introduction from the Classics to Contemporary Feminists.
T.F. MCILWRAITH, The Bella Coola Indians, Volumes 1 and 2.