Book reviewed in this article:
TAIAIAKE ALFRED, Peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto.
DAVID COBURN, CARL D'ARCY and GEORGE M. TORRANCE (eds.), Health and Canadian Society: Sociological Perspectives.
STEWART CRYSDALE, ALAN J.C. KING, NANCY MANDELL et al., On Their Own? Making the Transition from School to Work in the Information Age.
MICHAEL DORLAND, So Close to the State/s: The Emergence of Feature Film Policy.
SIMON HOLDAWAY and PAUL ROCK, Thinking about Criminology.
FREDERIC L. PRYOR and DAVID L. SCHAFFER, Who's Not Working and Why: Employment, Cognitive Skills, Wages, and the Changing U.S. Labor Market.
TERENCE RANGER, Voices from the Rocks: Nature, Culture & History in the Matopos Hills of Zimbabwe.
DANIEL J. ROBINSON, The Measure of Democracy: Polling, Market Research, and Public Life 1930–1945.
GERTRUDE J. ROBINSON, Constructing the Quebec Referendum: French and English Media Voices.
HIRA SINGH, Colonial Hegemony and Popular Resistance: Princes, Peasants, and Paramount Power.
DOROTHY E. SMITH, Writing the Social: Critique, Theory and Investigations.
LIEVE SPAAS (ed.), Paternity and Fatherhood: Myths and Realities.