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Indian Entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley:

The Making of a Transnational Techno-Capitalist Class
Monica R. Biradavolu
ISBN: 9781604975277

This innovative study examines the emergence and growing power of a new group of immigrant Indians to the United States: the transnational techno-capitalist class of entrepreneurs operating at the upper echelons of the hi-tech industry in Silicon Valley and Bangalore. Read More..

Corporal Punishment and Low Income Mothers:

The Role of Family Structure, Race, and Class in America
Lorelei Mitchell
ISBN: 9781604975314

An important and timely book, this study offers and tests a conceptual model for predicting corporal punishment by family structure using a large sample of low-income, predominantly African American families and advanced analytical method. Read More..

Language and Gender in the Military:

Honorifics, Narrative, and Ideology in Air Force Talk
Edith A. Disler
ISBN: 9781604975383

In this landmark book, the author opens the door to considerations of power, gender dynamics, and language and ideology in a community that has not yet been studied using the techniques of discourse analysis. Read More..

After the Disaster:

Re-creating Community and Well-Being at Buffalo Creek since the Notorious Coal-Mining Disaster in 1972
T. P. Schwartz-Barcott
ISBN: 9781604975505

This unique book illustrates how community residents struggle to re-create community and well-being after a serious ecological shock. The resilience of the human character and the adaptability of community structures form the core of this book. Read More..

The Ismaili-Sufi Sage of Pamir:

Mubarak-i Wakhani and the Esoteric Tradition of the Pamiri Muslims
Abdulmamad Iloliev
ISBN: 9781934043974

There has been no serious scholarly research conducted on Mubarak-i Wakhani’s life and works. This book is the first introductory study on the subject, and provides the first systematic presentation of the seminal Islamic figure. Read More..

Invisible Indians:

Native Americans in Pennsylvania
David J. Minderhout and Andrea T. Frantz
ISBN: 9781604975116

This book is a much-needed addition to the literature on Native American identity today which is a critical issue in contemporary Native American politics. The book also debunks the official state stance that no Native Americans exist in Pennsylvania. Read More..

Sex-Selective Abortion in India:

The Impact on Child Mortality
Mary Elizabeth Shepherd
ISBN: 9781934043691

This timely work not only has critical implications for India, but its insightful findings will also be highly informative for many countries or societies dealing with sex ratio imbalances. Read More..

Chinatown in Britain:

Diffusions and Concentrations of the British New Wave Chinese Immigration
Wai-ki E. Luk
ISBN: 9781934043868

This is the first scholarly book to closely explore Chinese immigration to Britain and its effects on the British urban landscape, beginning with the 1980s. Read More..

Don DeLillo, Jean Baudrillard, and the Consumer Conundrum

Marc Schuster
ISBN: 9781604975048

Although many critics have glossed the affinities between DeLillo and Baudrillard, this is the first book-length study to explore the relationship between the American author and the French theorist. Read More..

The Chinese Émigrés of Thailand in the Twentieth Century

Disaphol Chansiri
ISBN: 9781934043745

The most current in-depth study on the Chinese in Thailand, this is a critical addition for all collections in Asian Studies as well as Ethnic and Immigrant Studies. Read More..

 

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