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Imprints of revolution : visual representations of resistance
edited by Lisa B.Y. Calvente and Guadalupe García
London ; Rowman & Littlefield International, [2016]
Introduction: decolonizing revolution through visual articulations / Lisa B.Y. Calvente -- Icons of revolution : constructions of Emiliano Zapata in prints of the Mexican revolution / Theresa Avila -- Imprinting industriousness in the quest for the good life : lineages of the chinese revolutionary image from 1949 to the present / Alison Hulme -- Image in revolution : articulating the visual arts and becoming Cuban / Lisa B.Y. Calvente and Guadalupe García -- The image of difference : racial coalition and social collapse by way of Vietnam / Brynn Hatton -- Ethiopia tiqdem? : the influence of the mythic, protest and red terror periods on Ethiopian pan Africanism / Meron Wondwosen -- Incas for sale : commodified images of historical sites / Silvia Nagy-Zekmi and Kevin J. Ryan -- Hugo Chávez, iconic associationism, and the Bolívarian revolution / Joshua Frye -- Crisis and revolution: activist art in neoliberal Buenos Aires / Leonora Souza Paula -- Mexican spring : images of resistance / Nasheli Jiménez del Val -- Bibliography -- Further reading -- Index.
Baker Berry HM876 .I47 2016

Handbook of the social psychology of inequality
Jane D. McLeod, Edward J. Lawler, Michael Schwalbe, editors
Dordrecht : Springer, 2014
Status / Cecilia L. Ridgeway and Sandra Nakagawa -- Theoretical perspectives on power and resource inequality / Shane Thye and Will Kalkhoff -- Stigma and social inequality / Bruce G. Link, Jo C. Phelan and Mark L. Hatzenbuehler -- Inequality : a matter of justice? / Karen A. Hegtvedt and Deena Isom -- Intersectionality / Judith A. Howard and Daniel G. Renfrow -- Constructing difference / Amy C. Wilkins, Stefanie Mollborn and Boróka Bó -- Dramaturgy and dominance / Michael Schwalbe and Heather Shay -- Language and talk / Jocelyn A. Hollander and Miriam J. Abelson -- Social capital and inequality : the significance of social connections / Karen S. Cook -- Social justice in local systems of interpersonal influence / Noah E. Friedkin -- Theoretical and substantive approaches to socialization and inequality in social psychology / Jeylan T. Mortimer and Heather McLaughlin -- Self, identity, and social inequality / Peter L. Callero -- Emotions and affect as source, outcome and resistance to inequality / Steven Foy, Robert Freeland, Andrew Miles, Kimberly B. Rogers and Lynn Smith-Lovin -- Ideologies / Matthew O. Hunt -- Legitimacy and inequality / Henry A. Walker -- Unequal but together : inequality within and between families / Kathryn J. Lively, Jamie Oslawski-Lopez and Brian Powell -- Schools / Barbara Schneider, Justina Judy and Kri Burkander -- The social psychology of inequality at work : individual, group, and organizational dimensions / Nancy DiTomaso and Rochelle Parks-Yancy -- Social psychological processes in studies of neighborhoods and inequality / Lincoln Quillian -- The social psychology of gender inequality / Amy Kroska -- Ethno-racial attitudes and social inequality / Frank L. Samson and Lawrence D. Bobo -- Current theorizing and future directions in the social psychology of social class inequalities / Melissa A. Milkie, Catharine H. Warner and Rashawn Ray -- The social psychology of immigration and inequality / Guillermina Jasso -- The life course and the social organization of age / Lynn Falletta and Dale Dannefer -- Sexualities / Douglas Schrock, J. Edward Sumerau and Koji Ueno -- Social movements and social inequality : toward a more balanced assessment of the relationship / David A. Snow and Peter B. Owens -- Social inequality, crime, and deviance / Ross L. Matsueda and Maria S. Grigoryeva -- Health inequalities / Jane D. McLeod, Christy Erving and Jennifer Caputo.
Baker Berry HM1033 .H365 2014

Invisible influence : the hidden forces that shape behavior
Berger, Jonah, author
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2016
Monkey see, monkey do -- A horse of a different color -- Not if they're doing it -- Similar but different -- Come on baby, light my fire -- Conclusion: Putting social influence to work.

Explores the subtle, secret influences that affect the decisions we make--from what we buy, to the careers we choose, to what we eat.
Feldberg HM1176 .B47 2016

Ciudadanía indígena : del multiculturalismo a la colonialidad del poder
Garzón López, Pedro, author
Madrid : Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2016
Baker Berry HM1271 .G37 2016

Gestão em saúde : experiências de campo e pesquisa com inserção social
organizadoras, Helena Beatriz Kochenborger Scarparo, Dulce Maria Bedin
Porto Alegre, RS : Sulina, [2013]
Baker Berry HM1019 .G47 2013

Videoactivismo y movimientos sociales : teoría y praxis de las multitudes conectadas
Francisco Sierra y David Montero (eds.)
Barcelona, España : Gedisa Editorial ; 2015
Marcos teóricos e histórico de interpretación del videactivismo. Videoactivismo y nuevas formas de ciudadanía : una perspectiva crítica de la Comunicación / Francisco Sierra Caballero ; Genealogía del vídeo para el cambio : videoactivismo y vídeo radical online / Tina Askanius ; Videos para el cambio social : herramientas para generar y medir el impacto social / Tanya Notley, Andrew Lowenthal, Sam Gregory ; Constantes del videoactivismo en la producción audiovisual : rastreo histórico (1917-2014) y puntualizaciones para una definición / Concha Mateos Martín, Carmen Gaona Pisonero -- Videoactivismo, protesta ciudadana y acción política. Videactivismo digital como comunicación para el cambio social pacífico : estrategias narrativas y discursos sociales en United for Global Change / Eloísa Nos Aldás, Alessandra Farné ; Ecología del videoactivismo comtemporáneo en México : alcances y limitaciones de las prácticas de resistencia en las redes digitales / Emiliano Treré ; V de Videactivismo : análisis de las producciones audiovisuales online en la lucha por el acceso a una vivienda en España / Marta Galán Zarzuelo ; Contravigilancia y videoactivismo desde la plaza Tahrir : sobre las paradojas de la sociedad contravigilante / Michael Krona ; Videoactivismo y género en la Primavera Árabe / Lucía Benítez Eyzaguirre, Salma El Azrak -- Ocupar las imágenes : videactivismo, nuevos movimientos sociales y práctica emancipadora. De agencias y dispositivos : el vídeo militante actual : de El Taxista Ful a No Res en el contexto histórico de los movimientos sociales / Ana Rodríguez Granell ; Videoactivismo en práctic as relacionadas con actividades offline/online : el caso del Teatro Foro Intercultural de La Xixa Teatre / Matilde Obradors Barba, Irene Da Rocha Granell, Ana Fernández-Aballí Altamirano ; Videoactivismo y autoría colectiva / Concha Mateos Martín, Ana María Sedeño Valdellós ; Sobre las imágenes del 15M : el videoactivismo como experimentación cultural y política / David Montero Sánchez, José Candón-Mena ; Investigación-acción participativa y documentales etnográficos : reflexiones epistemológicas y apuntes teóricos / Victoriano Camas, Ana Martínez.
Baker Berry HM851 .V53 2015

Tribe : on homecoming and belonging
Junger, Sebastian, author
New York : Twelve, 2016
Introduction -- The men and the dogs -- War makes you an animal -- In bitter safety I awake -- Calling home from Mars -- Postscript.

Decades before the American Revolution, Benjamin Franklin lamented that English settlers were constantly fleeing over to the Indians -- but Indians almost never did the same. Tribal society has been exerting an almost gravitational pull on Westerners for hundreds of years, and the reason lies deep in our evolutionary past as a communal species. The most recent example of that attraction is combat veterans who come home to find themselves missing the incredibly intimate bonds of platoon life. The loss of closeness that comes at the end of deployment may help explain the high rates of post-traumatic stress disorder suffered by military veterans today. Combining history, psychology, and anthropology, TRIBE explores what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and the eternal human quest for meaning. It explains the irony that -- for many veterans as well as civilians -- war feels better than peace, adversity can turn out to be a blessing, and disasters are sometimes remembered more fondly than weddings or tropical vacations. TRIBE explains why we are stronger when we come together, and how that can be achieved even in today's divided world.
Baker Berry HM554 .J87 2016

Magic and loss : the Internet as art
Heffernan, Virginia, 1969- author
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2016
Design -- Text -- Images -- Video -- Music -- Even if you don't believe in it.

"A digital-culture expert who writes for The New York Times Magazine discusses the logic, aesthetics, cultural potential and societal impact of the Internet, a medium that favors speed, accuracy, wit, prolificacy and versatility, "--NoveList.
Baker Berry HM851 .H43 2016

Why inequality matters : luck egalitarianism, its meaning and value
Segall, Shlomi, 1970- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Machine generated contents note: Part I. Egalitarianism: 1. The variety of objections to equality; 2. Why inequality matters; 3. When does inequality matter?; 4. Who is inequality bad for?; Part II. Alternatives to Egalitarianism: 5. What is the point of sufficiency?; 6. Prioritarianism and the person-affecting view; 7. Prioritarianism and time; Part III. Chances and Choices: 8. Should egalitarians care about chances?; 9. The badness of voluntary inequalities.

"Equality is a key concept in our moral and political vocabulary. There is wide agreement on its instrumental value and its favourable impact on many aspects of society, but less certainty over whether it has a non-instrumental or intrinsic value that can be demonstrated. In this project, Shlomi Segall explores and defends the view that it does. He argues that the value of equality is not reducible to a concern we might have for the worse off, or to ensuring that individuals do not fall into poverty and destitution; instead he claims that undeserved inequalities, wherever and whenever we might find them, are bad in themselves. Assessing the strength of competing accounts, such as sufficientarianism and prioritarianism, he brings together for the first time discussions of the moral value of equality with luck- or responsibility-sensitive accounts of distributive justice. His book will interest readers in political and moral philosophy"--
Baker Berry HM821 .S443 2016

Como marcas en la brecha : una historia de vida
Darío Correa, Hernán, author
Bogotá, Colombia : El Peregrino Ediciones, 2015
Baker Berry HM479.D36 A3 2015

Multiple social networks
Dickison, Mark E., 1981- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2016
Moving out of Flatland -- Representing multilayer social networks -- Measuring multilayer social networks -- Data collection and preprocessing -- Visualizing multilayer networks -- Community detection -- Edge patterns -- Formation of multilayer social networks -- Information and behavior diffusion -- Future directions.

"This book covers the modeling, analysis and mining of systems made of multilayer social networks, from groups of individuals connected through different types of relationships to large systems of multiple online social network sites. A range of practical and theoretical topics are covered, from data collection, pre-processing, measuring and mining to theoretical models behind the evolution of interconnected social networks and dynamical processes like information spreading"--
Baker Berry HM741 .D53 2016

Global inequality : anthropological insights
McGill, Kenneth, 1973- author
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [2016]
Introduction : anthropology and inequality -- Global inequality : historical-anthropological perspectives -- The challenge of global inequality -- The production of inequality -- Rights, equality and the nation-state -- Welfare and economic inequality -- Resistance and social organization in an unequal world -- Situated subjects in an unequal world.

"Inequality is currently gaining considerable attention in academic, policy, and media circles. From Thomas Piketty to Robert Putnam, there is no shortage of economic, sociological, or political analyses. But what does anthropology, with its focus on the qualitative character of relationships between people, have to offer? Drawing on current scholarship and illustrative ethnographic case studies, McGill argues that anthropology is particularly well suited to interrogating global inequality, not just within nations, but across nations as well. The book is designed to be used flexibly in a variety of undergraduate classes--from introductory cultural anthropology, to courses on globalization, economic and political anthropology, and inequality. Brief, accessibly written, and peppered with vivid ethnographic examples that bring contemporary research to life, Global Inequality is a unique offering for undergraduate anthropology courses."--
Baker Berry HM821 .M35 2016

The metamorphosis of the world
Beck, Ulrich, 1944-2015, author
Cambridge ; Polity, 2016
Part I. Introduction, evidence, theory : Why metamorphosis of the world, why not transformation? -- Being God -- How climate change might save the world -- Theorizing metamorphosis -- Part II. Themes : From class to risk-class: inequality in times of metamorphosis -- Where does the power go?: Politics of invisibility -- Emancipatory catastrophism: common goods as side effects of bads -- Public bads: politics of visibility -- Digital risk: the failure of functioning institutions -- Meta-power game of politics: metamorphosis of the nation and international relations -- Cosmopolitan communities of risk: from United Nations to united cities -- Part III. Outlook : Global risk generations: united in decline.

"We live in a world that is increasingly difficult to understand. It is not just changing: it is metamorphosing. Change implies that some things change but other things remain the same capitalism changes, but some aspects of capitalism remain as they always were. Metamorphosis implies a much more radical transformation in which the old certainties of modern society are falling away and something quite new is emerging. To grasp this metamorphosis of the world it is necessary to explore the new beginnings, to focus on what is emerging from the old and seek to grasp future structures and norms in the turmoil of the present. Take climate change: much of the debate about climate change has focused on whether or not it is really happening, and if it is, what we can do to stop or contain it. But this emphasis on solutions blinds us to the fact that climate change is an agent of metamorphosis. It has already altered our way of being in the world the way we live in the world, think about the world and seek to act upon the world through our actions and politics. Rising sea levels are creating new landscapes of inequality drawing new world maps whose key lines are not traditional boundaries between nation-states but elevations above sea level. It is creating an entirely different way of conceptualizing the world and our chances of survival within it. The theory of metamorphosis goes beyond theory of world risk society: it is not about the negative side effects of goods but the positive side effects of bads. They produce normative horizons of common goods and propel us beyond the national frame towards a cosmopolitan outlook."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry HM856 .B43 2016

Conflictos y nuevos movimientos sociales
Salinas Cañas, Sergio, author
Santiago de Chile : RiL Editores, 2016
Baker Berry HM881 .S25 2016

Practising insight mediation
Picard, Cheryl Ann, author
Toronto ; University of Toronto Press, [2016]
"A practical companion to the much-acclaimed Transforming Conflict through Insight, Practising Insight Mediation is a book about how insight mediators do their work and why they do it that way. In the book, Cheryl A. Picard, co-founder of insight mediation, explains how the theory of cognition presented in Bernard Lonergan's Insight can be used as the basis for a learning-centred approach to conflict resolution in which the parties involved improve their self-understandings and discover new and less threating patterns of interaction with each other through efforts to better their conflict relations. Practising Insight Mediation features a wide range of valuable resources for any conflict practitioner, including in-depth descriptions of insight communication skills and strategies, a transcribed example mediation, sample documents, and a mediator's self-assessment tool. The essential handbook for those interested in learning about and applying this fast-growing conflict resolution and mediation approach, the book also includes discussions of the latest research into the application of the insight approach to areas including policing, spirituality, and genocide prevention."--
Baker Berry HM1126 .P52 2016

Witness to the revolution : radicals, resisters, vets, hippies, and the year America lost its mind and found its soul
Bingham, Clara, author
New York : Random House, [2016]
The draft (1964-67) -- Psychedelic revolution (1960-67) -- Madison (1967-May 1969) -- Radicals (1968-June 1969) -- Resisters (1967-August 1969) -- Woodstock (August 1969) -- Weathermen (August-October 1969) -- The Chicago Eight (September-November 1969) -- Ellsberg (1967-October 1969) -- Moratorium (June-October 1969) -- Silent majority (November 1969) -- My Lai (October-November 1969) -- Exile (November 1969-February 1970) -- December (December 1-31, 2969) -- War crimes (January-April 1970) -- Townhouse (January-April 1970) -- Women's liberation (January-September 1970) -- Cambodia (March-May 1970) -- Kent State (April-May 1970) -- Strike (May 1970) -- Underground (May-July 1970) -- Culture wars (May 1970) -- Coming home (May-August 1970) -- Army math (May-September 1970) -- Escape (September 1970) -- Reckoning.

"During the academic calendar year of 1969 and 1970, there were 9000 protests and 84 acts of arson or bombings at schools across the country. Two and a half million students went on strike, and 700 colleges shut down. Witness to a Revolution, Clara Bingham's oral history of that year, brings readers into this moment when it seemed that everything was about to change, when the anti-war movement could no longer be written off as fringe, and when America seemed on the brink of a revolution at home, even as it continued to fight a long war abroad. This unique oral history of the late 1960s tells of the most dramatic events of the day in the words of those closest to the action--activists, organizers, criminals, bombers, policy makers, veterans, hippies, and draft dodgers. These chapters are narrative snapshots of key moments and critical groups that sprung up in some of the most turbulent years of the 20th century. As a whole, they capture the essence of an era. They questioned and challenged nearly every aspect of American society--work, capitalism, family, education, male-female relations, sex, science, and wealth--and many of their questions remain important. A sampling of insights: how the killing of four students at Kent State turned a straight social worker into a hippie overnight; how the draft turned Ivy League-educated young men into fugitives and prisoners; how powerful government insiders walked away from their careers; how Vietnam vets came home vowing to stop the war; how, in the name of peace, intellectuals became bombers; how alienation from the establishment and the older generation compelled people to drop out, experiment with psychedelic drugs, and live communally; and how the civil rights and antiwar movements gave birth to feminism"--
Baker Berry HN59 .B49 2016

Nobody : casualties of America's war on the vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and beyond
Hill, Marc Lamont, author
New York, NY : Atria Books, 2016
"Unarmed citizens shot by police. Drinking water turned to poison. Mass incarcerations. We've heard the individual stories. Now a leading public intellectual and acclaimed journalist offers a powerful, paradigm-shifting analysis of America's current state of emergency, finding in these events a larger and more troubling truth about race, class, and what it means to be "Nobody." Protests in Ferguson, Missouri and across the United States following the death of Michael Brown revealed something far deeper than a passionate display of age-old racial frustrations. They unveiled a public chasm that has been growing for years, as America has consistently and intentionally denied significant segments of its population access to full freedom and prosperity. In Nobody, scholar and journalist Marc Lamont Hill presents a powerful and thought-provoking analysis of race and class by examining a growing crisis in America: the existence of a group of citizens who are made vulnerable, exploitable and disposable through the machinery of unregulated capitalism, public policy, and social practice. These are the people considered "Nobody" in contemporary America. Through on-the-ground reporting and careful research, Hill shows how this Nobody class has emerged over time and how forces in America have worked to preserve and exploit it in ways that are both humiliating and harmful. To make his case, Hill carefully reconsiders the details of tragic events like the deaths of Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, and Freddie Gray, and the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. He delves deeply into a host of alarming trends including mass incarceration, overly aggressive policing, broken court systems, shrinking job markets, and the privatization of public resources, showing time and time again the ways the current system is designed to worsen the plight of the vulnerable. Timely and eloquent, Nobody is a keen observation of the challenges and contradictions of American democracy, a must-read for anyone wanting to better understand the race and class issues that continue to leave their mark on our country today"--
Baker Berry HN90.S62 H55 2016

White trash : the 400-year untold history of class in America
Isenberg, Nancy, author
New York, New York : Viking, [2016]
Introduction: Fables we forget by -- Part I: To begin the world anew. Taking out the trash : waste people in the New World ; John Locke's Lubberland : the settlements of Carolina and Georgia ; Benjamin Franklin's American breed : the demographics of mediocrity ; Thomas Jefferson's rubbish : a curious topography of class ; Andrew Jackson's cracker country : the squatter as common man -- Part II: Degeneration of the American breed. Pedigree and poor white trash : bad blood, half-breeds and clay-eaters ; Cowards, poltroons, and mudsills : Civil war as class warfare ; Thoroughbreds and scalawags : bloodlines and bastard stock in the age of eugenics ; Forgotten men and poor folk : downward mobility and the Great Depression ; The cult of the country boy : Elvis Presley, Andy Griffith, and LBJ's Great Society -- Part III: The white trash makeover. Redneck roots : Deliverance, Billy Beer, and Tammy Faye ; Outing rednecks : slumming, Slick Willie, and Sarah Palin ; America's strange breed : the long legacy of white trash.

The wretched and landless poor have existed from the time of the earliest British colonial settlement. They were alternately known as "waste people," "offals," "rubbish," "lazy lubbers," and "crackers." By the 1850s, the downtrodden included so-called "clay eaters" and "sandhillers," known for prematurely-aged children distinguished by their yellowish skin, ragged clothing, and listless minds. Surveying political rhetoric and policy, popular literature and scientific theories over four hundred years, history professor Nancy Isenberg upends assumptions about Americas supposedly class-free society ; where liberty and hard work were meant to ensure real social mobility. Poor whites were central to the rise of the Republican Party in the early nineteenth century, and the Civil War itself was fought over class issues nearly as much as it was fought over slavery. Reconstruction pitted poor white trash against newly freed slaves, which factored in the rise of eugenics - a widely popular movement embraced by Theodore Roosevelt that targeted poor whites for sterilization. These poor were at the heart of New Deal reforms and LBJs Great Society and they now haunt us in reality TV shows like Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and Duck Dynasty. Marginalized as a class, white trash have always been at or near the center of major political debates over the character of the American identity.
Baker Berry HN90.S6 I84 2016

Del asalto al cuartel madera a la reparación del daño a víctimas de la violencia del pasado : una experiencia compartida en Chihuahua y Guerrero
coordinación, Evangelina Sánchez Serrano, Gil Arturo Ferrer Vicario, Claudia E.G. Rangel Lozano, Rafael Aréstegui Ruiz, Judith Solís Téllez (coordinadores)
México : Centro de Estudios Sociales y de Opinión Pública, Cámara de Diputados ; Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México : 2014
Introducción. De entuertos, coincidencias y cumplidos / Evangelina Sánchez Serrano -- 1. Madera, Chihuahua, 1964-1965: de la utopía socialista a la realidad agraria / Gil Arturo Ferrer Vicario -- 2. Reconstruir la comunidad desde el dolor: la participación política de las mujeres en la Afadem. Violencia sexual y disciplinamiento de sus cuerpos. La experiencia en Atoyac, Guerrero, en los setenta / Claudia E.G. Rangel Lozano -- 3. La lucha campesina de la década de 1970 en la Sierra de Atoyac / Rafael Aréstegui Ruiz -- 4. Incursión de los cafeticultores atoyaquenses en la guerrilla del Partido de los Pobres en la década de 1970 / Luz Gabriela Ávila Pino -- 5. Los desaparecidos en Atoyhac de Álvarez, Guerrero, en la década de 1970: reconstrucción de la memoria colectiva / Marisol Ramírez Carpio -- 6. Las políticas de reparación a víctimas en Atoyac, Guerrero, a partir de la sentencia de la Corte Internacional de Derechos Humanos / Evangelina Sánchez Serrano -- 7. Memoria de Atoyac de Álvarez, Guerrero: la represión de las décadas de 1960 y 1970 / Judith Solís Téllez -- 8. La descripción de los personajes y el espacio en Guerra en el paraíso / Maricela Iturbide Mauricio.
Baker Berry HN120.C48 D45 2014

En clave de sol : estudios sobre el 15-M y los movimientos ciudadanos
varios autores
[Spain] : Lapsus Calami, 2014
Baker Berry HN583.5 .E5 2014

The topography of violence in the Greco-Roman world
Werner Riess and Garrett G. Fagan, editors
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, [2016]
Baker Berry HN10.G7 T67 2016

Memorias fragmentadas : una mirada transatlántica a la resistencia femenina contra las dictaduras
Corbalán Vélez, Ana, author
Madrid : Iberoamericana ; 2016
Introducción : memroias fragmentadas -- Memorias desde la cárcel : testimonios femeninos en Argentina y España -- Memoria mitificada : paralelismos entre las Trece Rosas españolas y las hermanas Mirabal dominicanas -- Explosión de memorias : restitución de la identidad maternofilial en España y Argentina -- Manifiestos y memorias de mujeres exiliadas : ética y estética de la resistencia frente al olvido -- Conclusiones : memorias contra el olvido.
Baker Berry HQ1236 .C673 2016

Escritos en los cuerpos racializados : lenguas, memoria y genealogías (pos)coloniales del feminicidio
Bidaseca, Karina, author
Palma (Illes Balears) : Edicions UIB, 2015
Baker Berry HQ1460.5 .B54 2015

Vida cotidiana de la mujer en la burguesía en tiempos de Isabel II y finales del XIX
Fernández de Alarcón, Belén, author
Madrid : Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Servicio de Publicaciones : [2015]
Baker Berry HQ1692 .F465 2015

Canto de dolor, no repitan la canción : la historia de Alex Brocca
Brocca, Alejandro Iván Gutiérrez, author
Lima, Perú : Ediciones Volcánicas, [2000?]
Baker Berry HQ75.8.B759 A3 2000

We were feminists once : from Riot Grrrl to CoverGirl®, the buying and selling of a political movement
Zeisler, Andi, 1972- author
New York : BBS, PublicAffairs, [2016]
The corridors of empower -- Heroine addicts: feminism and Hollywood -- Do these underpants make me look feminist? -- The golden age of (feminist) TV -- Our Beyoncés, ourselves: celebrity feminism -- Killer waves -- Empowering down -- The rise of big woman -- Creeping beauty -- Epilogue: the end of feel-good feminism.

"A critical assessment of feminism today by the founding editor and creative director of Bitch magazine draws on the stories of institutions and everyday women to illuminate how feminism has been compromised by market forces, subversive politics and popular culture, sharing strategic recommendations for how to reverse marginalizing trends"--NoveList.
Baker Berry HQ1421 .Z46 2016

知青回眸引龙河 / 主编沈国明 ; 副主编袁国林, 郭晓成, 张国民
Shanghai : Shanghai ren min chu ban she, 2014
Baker Berry East Asian HQ799.C55 Z44 2014

Queering paradigms IV : south-north dialogues on queer epistemologies, embodiments and activisms
Elizabeth Sara Lewis, Rodrigo Borba, Branca Falabella Fabrício and Diana de Souza Pinto (eds)
Oxford ; Peter Lang, 2014
Baker Berry HQ76.25 .Q386 2014

Feminisms matter : debates, theories, activism
Bromley, Victoria L., 1959-
North York, Ont., Canada ; University of Toronto Press, ©2012
Don't Call Me That! Feminism and Other "F-words" -- What's Feminism Done (For Me) Lately? Feminist Contributions -- How Do I Know What I Know? Epistemology and Theory -- Making My Head Spin: Critical Intersectionality -- So Many Details and So Much Reading: Feminist Theories -- From Universalizing to Queering and Globalizing Theories -- Taking Feminism on the Road: Feminist Methods -- It's Not Dead? Connecting the Dots across the Waves of Feminisms -- Don't Men Count, Too? Feminisms and Masculinities -- The Strategies That Empower Us: Feminist Activism -- Still Struggling: Making Change.

"In this lively narrative, newcomers to women's and gender studies, feminist politics, history, and sociology explore a refreshing take on a subject matter often loaded with assumptions. Feminist theories are viewed through the critical intersections of race, class, sexuality, age, and ability, and are embedded in the experiences of everyday life, allowing Bromley to engage readers in doing theory, in making sense of concepts like "power" and "privilege," and in effecting social change. Using a variety of pedagogical devices, including provocative images, discussion questions, and classroom activities, Feminisms Matter helps readers cultivate a way of thinking critically about their everyday worlds."--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry HQ1154 .B837 2012

Mujeres insurgentes, mujeres rebeldes
Miguel Ángel Isais Contreras, Ma. Candelaria Ochoa Avalos, Jorge Gómez Naredo, coordinadores
Guadalajara [Mexico] : Universidad de Guadalajara, 2015
Baker Berry HQ1462 .M68 2015

Al margen de la naturaleza : la persecución de la homosexualidad durante el franquismo : leyes, terapias y condenas
Mora Gaspar, Víctor, author
Barcelona : Debate, 2016
Baker Berry HQ76.3.S7 M67 2016

Gender hurts : a feminist analysis of the politics of transgenderism
Jeffreys, Sheila
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014
The construction of transgenderism -- Transgenderism and feminism -- Doing transgender: really hurting -- "A gravy stain on the table": women in the lives of men who transgender -- Women who transgender: an antidote to feminism? -- Gender eugenics?: the transgendering of children -- A clash of rights: when gender is inscribed in the law -- Women's space and the transgender challenge.

'Gender Hurts' examines the wider social and political context and implications of the phenomenon of transgenderism. Jeffreys and Gottschalk propose that gender in western culture is socially constructed as the basis of male domination and that the concept of gender has the potential to hurt many.
Baker Berry HQ77.9 .J44 2014

Marriage under fire : why we must win this war
Dobson, James C., 1936-
Sisters, Or. : Multnomah Publishers, ©2004
The state of our unions -- How did we get in this mess? -- Why we must win this battle -- Speaking the truth in love -- How we can win this war.

Why not gay marriage? This book provides the foundations of a battle plan for the preservation of traditional values in our nation. Same-sex marriage -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Baker Berry HQ536 .D62 2004

中国古代性学报告 = The report on sexuality in ancient China / 冯国超著
冯国超, author
Beijing : Huaxia chu ban she, 2014
Baker Berry East Asian HQ18.C6 F46 2014

Beijing Shi : Zhongguo wen shi chu ban she, 2015
Baker Berry East Asian HQ799.C55 B45 2015

Género, dinámicas y competencias familiares
Dubravka Mindek, Morna Macleod (coordinadoras) ; autores, María Elena Ávila Guerrero and 13 others
Cuernavaca, Morelos : Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos ; 2014
Baker Berry HQ562 .G45 2014

Labor of love : the invention of dating
Weigel, Moira, 1984- author
New York, NY : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, [2016]
Introduction: Dates -- Tricks -- Likes -- Outs -- School -- Steadies -- Freedom -- Niches -- Protocol -- Plans -- Help -- Afterword: Love.

"It seems as though every week there's a new app available on your smartphone promising dates a plenty--just swipe right. A mate, on the other hand, is becoming harder and harder to find. The age-old quest for true love requires more effort than ever before. Let's face it: dating is work. Which, as it happens, is exactly where it began, in the 19th century--as prostitution. In Labor of Love, Moira Weigel dives into the secret history of dating while holding up a mirror to the contemporary dating landscape, revealing why we date the way we do and explaining why it feels so much like work. This isn't a guide to "getting the guy"; there are no ridiculous "rules" to follow in Labor of Love. This is a brilliant, fresh, and utterly original approach to help us understand how dating was invented and, hopefully, lead us closer to the happy ending that it promises"--
Baker Berry HQ801 .W6285 2016

Sex object : a memoir
Valenti, Jessica, author
New York, NY : Dey St. an imprint of William Morrow Publishers, [2016]
Line violence -- Candy dish -- Beauties -- Stages -- Measurements -- Subways -- 1995 -- The Yard -- Boys -- College -- Grilled cheese -- Williamsburg -- D -- Anon. -- Fakers -- Hands -- The baby -- Ice -- Housewives -- Cherry -- Chocolate.

"<Strong>"Who would I be if I lived in a world that didn't hate women?"</strong> Hailed by the Washington Post as "one of the most visible and successful feminists of her generation," Jessica Valenti has been leading the national conversation on gender and politics for over a decade. Now, in a memoir that Publishers Weekly calls "bold and unflinching," Valenti explores the toll that sexism takes on women's lives, from the everyday to the existential. From subway gropings and imposter syndrome to sexual awakenings and motherhood, Sex Object reveals the painful, embarrassing, and sometimes illegal moments that shaped Valenti's adolescence and young adulthood in New York City. In the tradition of writers like Joan Didion and Mary Karr, Sex Object is a profoundly moving tour de force that is bound to shock those already familiar with Valenti's work, and enthrall those who are just finding it"--
Baker Berry HQ1413.V35 A3 2016

Who cooked Adam Smith's dinner? : a story about women and economics
Marçal, Katrine, author
New York, NY : Pegasus Books LLC, 2016
Preface to the American edition -- Prologue -- Chapter one, in which we climb into the world of economics and ask ourselves who Adam Smith's mother was -- Chapter two, in which we are introduced to economic man and realize that he is incredibly seductive -- Chapter three, in which it becomes apparent that economic man is not a woman -- Chapter four, in which we see that our pact with economic man isn't turning out as we had expected -- Chapter five, in which we add women and stir -- Chapter six, in which Las Vegas and Wall Street merge -- Chapter seven, in which the global economy goes to hell -- Chapter eight, in which we see that men are also not like economic man -- Chapter nine, in which economic incentives aren't shown to be as uncomplicated as we might think -- Chapter ten, in which we see that you aren't selfish just because you want more money -- Chapter eleven, in which we see that a negative number is still zero -- Chapter twelve, in which we all become entrepreneurs -- Chapter thirteen, in which we see that the uterus isn't a space capsule -- Chapter fourteen, in which we discover economic man's unforeseen depths and fears -- Chapter Fifteen, in which we see that the greatest story of our time only has one sex -- Chapter sixteen, in which we will see that every society suffers in line with its bullshit. And we say goodbye.

"When philosopher Adam Smith proclaimed that our actions are motivated by self-interest, he used the example of the baker and the butcher to lay the foundations for his "Economic man." He argued that they gave bread and meat for profit, not out of the goodness of their hearts. It's an ironic point of view coming from a bachelor who lived with his mother for most of his life-- a woman who cooked his dinner every night. Nevertheless, Smith's economic man has dominated our understanding of modern-day capitalism, Such a viewpoint disregards the unpaid work of mothering, caring, cleaning, and cooking. Essentially, the father of modern economics has based our whole concept of capitalism on a system that ignores half of its participants. ...Who Cooked Adam Smith's Dinner? charts the myth of the economic man, from its origins at Adam Smith's dinner table to its adaptation by the Chicago School to its disastrous role in the 2008 Global Financial Crisis."--Jacket flap.
Feldberg HQ1381 .M3613 2016

A two-spirit journey : the autobiography of a lesbian Ojibwa-Cree elder
Chacaby, Ma-Nee, 1950- author
Winnipeg, Manitoba : UMP, University of Manitoba Press, [2016]
"A Two-Spirit Journey is Ma-Nee Chacaby's extraordinary account of her life as an Ojibwa-Cree lesbian. From her early, often harrowing memories of life and abuse in a remote Ojibwa community riven by poverty and alcoholism, Chacaby's story is one of enduring and ultimately overcoming the social, economic, and health legacies of colonialism. As a child, Chacaby learned spiritual and cultural traditions from her Cree grandmother and trapping, hunting, and bush survival skills from her Ojibwa stepfather. She also suffered physical and sexual abuse by different adults, and in her teen years became alcoholic herself. At twenty, Chacaby moved to Thunder Bay with her children to escape an abusive marriage. Abuse, compounded by racism, continued, but Chacaby found supports to help herself and others. Over the following decades, she achieved sobriety; trained and worked as an alcoholism counsellor; raised her children and fostered many others; learned to live with visual impairment; and came out as a lesbian. In 2013, Chacaby led the first gay pride parade in Thunder Bay. Ma-Nee Chacaby has emerged from hardship grounded in faith, compassion, humour, and resilience. Her memoir provides unprecedented insights into the challenges still faced by many Indigenous people."--
Baker Berry HQ75.4.C53 A3 2016

Prostitutes and matrons in the Roman world
Strong, Anise K., 1977-
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
1. Faithful wives and greedy prostitutes -- 2. Good little prostitutes -- 3. Powerful concubines and influential courtesans -- 4. Matrona as Meretrix -- 5. Can you know a Meretrix when you see one? -- 6. Prostitutes and matrons in the urban landscape -- 7. Pious prostitutes -- 8. The "whore" label in Western culture -- Conclusion: Liminal women.

"Prostitutes and Matrons in the Roman World is the first substantial account of elite Roman concubines and courtesans. Exploring the blurred line between proper matron and wicked prostitute, it illuminates the lives of sexually promiscuous women like Messalina and Clodia, as well as prostitutes with hearts of gold who saved Rome and their lovers in times of crisis. It also offers insights into the multiple functions of erotic imagery and the circumstances in which prostitutes could play prominent roles in Roman public and religious life. Tracing the evolution of social stereotypes and concepts of virtue and vice in ancient Rome, this volume reveals the range of life choices and sexual activity, beyond the traditional binary depiction of wives or prostitutes, that were available to Roman women"--
Baker Berry HQ113 .S76 2016

Social transformation in post-conflict Nepal : a gender perspective
Yadav, Punam K. author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2016
Locating social transformation in current discourse -- Understanding the processes of social transformation: thinking beyond structures -- Social structure of Nepal: a historical overview -- Women in politics and the unintended consequences -- Tea stall story: the power of one -- Women combatants: challenging habitus -- White sari -- transforming widowhood in Nepal -- Women tempo drivers: challenging doxa -- Conclusion: rethinking social transformation.
Baker Berry HQ1735.9 .Y33 2016

Partir marron : un parcours sémantique à travers les trous de la mémoire collective haïtienne
Paul-Austin, Lucie Carmel, author
[Port-au-Prince] : Éditions de l'Université d'État d'Haïti, [2015]
Scholarly study on the marrons (or slaves who escaped from their captors in the Americas and formed independent settlements) in Haitian history and culture, particularly in the colonial and postcolonial order.
Baker Berry HT1081 .P37 2015

La ciudad en el campo : expresiones regionales en México
Héctor Ávila Sánchez, coordinador
Cuernavaca : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias, octubre de 2015
Baker Berry HT384.M6 C58 2015

Intersectionality and criminology : disrupting and revolutionizing studies of crime
Potter, Hillary, 1969-
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2015
Disrupting criminology : the need to integrate intersectionality into criminological research and theory -- Illuminating intersectionality : formation of the intersectional standpoint -- Reduxing criminology : an intersectional assessment of identity -- and power-blind research and theory -- Intersecting criminology : exemplars of intersectional perspectives in criminological research and theorizing -- Revolutionizing criminology : the societal impact of intersectional criminology.
Baker Berry HV6024 .P68 2015

Serial murder and the psychology of violent crimes
edited by Richard N. Kocsis
Totowa, NJ : Humana Press, [2010]
Part I. The psychology of serial violent crimes. Chapter 1. Normalcy in behavioral characteristics of the sadistic serial killer / Jack Levin and James Alan Fox -- Chapter 2. The compulsive-repetitive offenders: behavioral patterns, motivational dynamics / Louis B. Schlesinger -- Chapter 3. Serial juvenile sex offenders and their offenses / Jessica Woodhams, Clive Hollin, and Ray Bull -- Chapter 4. A study of offense patterns and psychopathological characteristics among recidivistic Finnish homicide offenders / Helinä Häkkänen -- Chapter 5. Sensational and extreme interests in adolescents / Kathy E Charles and Vincent Egan -- Chapter 6. Narcissism, sadism and loneliness: the case of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer / George B. Palermo -- Part II. New dimensions to violent crime. Chapter 7. Sexual homicide: an overview of contemporary empirical research / Leonard I. Morgenbesser and Richard N. Kocsis -- Chapter 8. Serial killers and serial rapists: a preliminary comparison of violence typologies / Stacey L. Shipley and Bruce A. Arrigo -- Chapter 9. Firesetting: a burning issue / Jeffrey L. Geller -- Chapter 10. The "gentler sex": patterns in female serial murder / Hannah Scott -- Chapter 11. Anatomy of a mass murder: a psychological profile of Martin Bryant and the Port Arthur massacre / Ian Sale -- Part III. Investigative considerations to serial violent crimes. Chapter 12. Blundering justice: the Schiedam Park murder / Peter J. van Koppen -- Chapter 13. Sexual (lust) homicide: definitional constructs, dynamics, and investigative considerations / Janet McClellan -- Chapter 14. Criminal profile construction and investigative procedures: study of the Westley Dodd serial sexual murders / Ronald Turco -- Chapter 15. Psychological skills and criminal profile accuracy / Erica P. Hodges and Kristine M. Jacquin -- Chapter 16. Profiling and professionalization of criminal investigation / Jeffrey B. Bumgarner.
Baker Berry HV6515 .S48 2010

Wars of terror
Marranci, Gabriele, author
London ; Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc, 2016
The concept of civilization -- Labels, stigmas and ethos -- Occidentalism, conspiracism and jahiliyya: rhetoric of civilizational discourses -- 'Your women are oppressed, but ours are awesome': civilizers and gender-- Drones, jihad and justice -- Conclusion: defining the human.

"Analyzing the role of rhetoric and ideology in the western 'war on terror' and Islamic 'jihad' in the aftermath of 9/11, Gabriele Marranci shows that we are not experiencing a 'clash of civilizations' but a clash among 'civilizers' who believe they have the power to define how to be human. Seeing themselves as 'under attack' from a globalizing world that threatens to dilute their identity and very existence, both sides employ a civilizational rhetoric to support its recourse to political violence. Examining why some individuals are radicalized to take violent action while the majority are not, the author compares the case of self-identified crusader Anders Breivik with an example from his own fieldwork. He shows that emotions such as indignation, sense of injustice and reaction to the killing of civilians play an important role in underpinning violent acts -- as do the views presented by the 'civilizers' on the other side. Over time, this leads to ever-greater escalation as one side calls for more jihad and the other for greater anti-terrorism measures, drone attacks and bombings. Based on twelve years of research and fieldwork in western countries as well as South and Southeast Asia, Wars of Terror shows the impact labels, stigma, conspiracy theories and stereotypes have in maintaining this ongoing global conflict. A fascinating anthropological study which makes a vital contribution to our understanding of one of the most important issues of our time." -- Publisher's description
Baker Berry HV6431 .M36469 2016

The boys in the bunkhouse : servitude and salvation in the heartland
Barry, Dan, 1958- author
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2016]
"A full-length account of the author's prize-winning New York Times story chronicles the exploitation and abuse case of a group of developmentally disabled workers, who for 25 years, were forced to work under harrowing conditions for virtually no wages until tenacious advocates helped them achieve their freedom."--
Baker Berry HV3006.I63 B37 2016

Skinhead : an archive
[Place of publication not identified] : Ditto Press, [2014]
Baker Berry HV6437 .S55 2014

Big crisis data : social media in disasters and time-critical situations
Castillo, Carlos, 1977- author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction; 2. Volume: data acquisition, storage, and retrieval; 3. Vagueness: natural language and semantics; 4. Variety: classification and clustering; 5. Virality: networks and information propagation; 6. Velocity: online methods and data streams; 7. Volunteers: humanitarian crowdsourcing; 8. Veracity: misinformation and credibility; 9. Validity: biases and pitfalls of social media data; 10. Visualization: crisis maps and beyond; 11. Values: privacy and ethics; 12. Conclusions and outlook.

"Social media is an invaluable source of time-critical information during a crisis. However, emergency response and humanitarian relief organizations that would like to use this information struggle with an avalanche of social media messages that exceeds human capacity to process. Emergency managers, decision makers, and affected communities can make sense of social media through a combination of machine computation and human compassion - expressed by thousands of digital volunteers who publish, process, and summarize potentially life-saving information. This book brings together computational methods from many disciplines: natural language processing, semantic technologies, data mining, machine learning, network analysis, human-computer interaction, and information visualization, focusing on methods that are commonly used for processing social media messages under time-critical constraints, and offering more than 500 references to in-depth information"--
Baker Berry HV553 .C264 2016

London lives : poverty, crime and the making of a modern city, 1690-1800
Hitchcock, Tim, 1957- author
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
Introduction -- Beggarman, thief: 1690-1713 -- Protest and resistance: 1713-1731 -- Vestries, justices and their opponents: 1731-1748 -- Reformers and their discontents: 1748-1763 -- Finding a voice: 1763-1776 -- The state in chaos: 1776-1789 -- Epilogue: the 1790s.
Baker Berry HV6950.L7 H57 2015

Jane Doe January : my twenty-year search for truth and justice
Winslow, Emily author
New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2016]
January 1992. Winslow was a student at Carnegie Mellon University when she was brutally attacked and raped. In fall 2013, living in Cambridge, she received news that the police had found her rapist through a DNA match. Caught between past and present, and between two very different cultures, Winslow began her own investigation into her attacker's family and past, reconnected with the detectives of her case, and worked with prosecutors in the months leading to trial. Here she offers invaluable insights into the mind and heart of a victim.
Baker Berry HV6561 .W566 2016

I will find you : a reporter investigates the life of the man who raped her
Connors, Joanna, author
New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, [2016]
Setting out to uncover the story of her attacker, Connors embarked on a journey to find out who he was, where he came from, who his friends were and what his life was like. What she discovers stretches beyond one violent man's story and back into her own, interweaving a narrative about strength and survival with one about rape culture and violence in America.
Baker Berry HV6561 .C662 2016

Blackout : remembering the things I drank to forget
Hepola, Sarah, author
New York ; Grand Central Publishing, 2016
"For Sarah Hepola, alcohol was "the gasoline of all adventure." Drinking felt like freedom, part of her birthright as a strong, enlightened twenty-first-century woman. But there was a price. She often blacked out, waking up with a blank space where four hours should be. Mornings became detective work on her own life: What did I say last night? Who was that guy? Where am I? Blackout is a memoir of unblinking honest and poignant, laugh-out-loud humor. It's the story of a woman stumbling into a new adventure-- the sober life she never wanted" -- Page [4] of cover.
Baker Berry HV5293.H36 A3 2016

Delincuentes, policías y justicias : América Latina, siglos XIX y XX
Daniel Palma Alvarado, editor
Santiago de Chile : Ediciones Universidad Alberto Hurtado, [2015]
Baker Berry HV6810.5 .C65 2013

Prince of tricksters : the incredible true story of Netley Lucas, gentleman crook
Houlbrook, Matt, author
Chicago ; University of Chicago Press, 2016
Baker Berry HV6692.L83 H68 2016

Julio Abreu : sobreviviente del Vuelo Cero
Silva, Alberto, 1955- author
Montevideo, Uruguay : Zeta, Ediciones B Uruguay, febrero 2014
Baker Berry HV6322.3.S63 S55 2014

Collaborative policing : police, academics, professionals, and communities working together for education, training, and program implementation
edited by Peter C. Kratcoski, Maximilian Edelbacher
Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, [2016]
Section 1. Police and academic collaboration in research, education, and training -- section 2. Collaboration among the police, professional practitioners, and the community in the criminal justice process and in crime prevention programs.
Baker Berry HV8142 .C62 2016

Violence and resilience in Latin American cities
edited by Kees Koonings and Dirk Kruijt
London : Zed Books, 2015
Urban fragility and resilience in Latin America : conceptual approaches and contemporary patterns / Kees Koonings and Dirk Kruijt -- Exclusion, violence and resilience in five Latin American megacities : a comparison of Buenos Aires, Lima, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo / Dirk Kruijt and Kees Koonings -- Caracas : from heaven's branch to urban hell / Roberto Briceño-León -- Bogotá : countering violence with urban government / Alan Gilbert -- San Salvador : violence and resilience in gangland : coping with the code of the street / Wim Savenije and Christ van der Borth -- San José : urban expansion, violence and resilience / Abelardo Morales Gamboa -- Kingston : violence and resilience / Rivke Jaffe -- Santo Domingo : criminogenic violence and resilience / Lilian Bobea.
Baker Berry HV9960.L29 V56 2015

The globalization of adoption : individuals, states, and agencies across borders
McBride, Rebecca Ann, author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Machine generated contents note: 1. The globalization of intercountry adoption; 1.1 A puzzling trend; 1.2 The argument in brief: diffusion through state learning; 1.2.1 Existing explanations; 1.3 Why should there be a political study on intercountry adoption?; 1.4 Roadmap; 2. The policies and practices of intercountry adoption; 2.1 Overlapping legal systems; 2.1.1 The legal and political system of adopting states; 2.1.2 Legal and political systems of states with vulnerable children; 2.1.3 The international legal framework for coordinating adoptions; 2.2 Conclusion; 3. A theory of the diffusion of intercountry adoption; 3.1 Main themes; 3.2 Why allow intercountry adoption? Potential answers from cooperation literature; 3.3 Theoretical framework, part 1: diffusion through learning; 3.3.1 Adoption agencies as agents of state learning; 3.3.2 The learning process for states with vulnerable children; 3.3.3 The learning process for adopting states; 3.4 Theoretical framework, part 2: domestic characteristics and state choices; 3.4.1 Domestic characteristics and receptivity to intercountry adoption; 3.4.2 Domestic characteristics and intercountry adoption partnerships; 4. Data to investigate global trends in intercountry adoption; 4.1 Data on patterns in states' decision to allow foreign adoption of children; 4.1.1 Does the state 'allow' intercountry adoption?; 4.1.2 When did the state move from a 'no' to a 'yes'?; 4.2 Data on how adopting states choose partners for intercountry adoption; 4.2.1 States' commitment to the HCICA; 4.2.2 Partner choice for intercountry adoption; 4.2.3 Conclusion; 5. Why do states allow foreign adoption?; 5.1 Methods and the model; 5.1.1 Modeling challenges; 5.2 Are states' choices to allow intercountry adoption interdependent?; 5.2.1 Is intercountry adoption a domestic political process?; 5.2.2 How do domestic characteristics shape the state's decision?; 5.3 Conclusion; 6. How do states choose partners for intercountry adoption?; 6.1 Is the Hague Convention an effective source of information?; 6.2 The model; 6.3 Findings; 6.4 Discussion; 7. The future of intercountry adoption; 7.1 A happy ending?; 7.2 A recap of the argument; 7.3 Implications; 7.4 Conclusion; Bibliography; Appendix 1. State by state sources for dependent variable; Appendix 2. SAOM model information and justification.

"This book expands our understanding of a growing, yet largely unstudied phenomenon: the flow of children across borders through intercountry adoption. What explains the spread of intercountry adoption through the international system over time? McBride investigates the interconnected networks of states, individuals, and adoption agencies that have collaborated to develop the practice of intercountry adoption we see today. This book tells the story of how adoption agencies mediate between individuals and states in two ways: first by teaching states about intercountry adoption as a policy, and second by helping states implement intercountry adoption as a practice. McBride argues that this process of states learning about intercountry adoption from adoption agencies has facilitated the global development of the practice in the past seventy years"--
Baker Berry HV875.5 .M325 2016

Reasonable, justified & necessary : exploring the professional, physical and psychological complexities of deadly force
Bernoulli, Dan
Flushing, NY : Looseleaf Law Publications, Inc., [2015]
Baker Berry HV8031 .B47 2015

Beyond the rope : the impact of lynching on black culture and memory
Hill, Karlos K., author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Baker Berry HV6457 .H48 2016

Place matters : criminology for the twenty-first century
Weisburd, David, author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Crime places within criminological thought -- The concentration of crime at place -- Theories of crime and place -- The importance of place in mainstream criminology and related fields: influences and lessons to be learned -- Methods of place-based research -- Reducing crime at high crime places: practice and evidence -- Crime places in the criminological imagination.

Over the last two decades there has been increased interest in the distribution of crime and other antisocial behavior at lower levels of geography. The focus on micro geography and its contribution to the understanding and prevention of crime has been called the 'criminology of place'. It pushes scholars to examine small geographic areas within cities, often as small as addresses or street segments, for their contribution to crime. The authors describe what is known about crime and place, providing the most up-to-date and comprehensive.
Baker Berry HV6023.5 .W45 2016

Soviet street children and the Second World War : welfare and social control under Stalin
Kucherenko, Olga, author
London ; Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Machine generated contents note: -- Acknowledgments -- List of Illustrations -- Terms and Transliteration -- Abbreviations and Archive References -- Glossary -- Introduction -- Bezotsovshchina -- 1. Rolling Stones -- 2. The Crime Wave -- 3. The Great Migration -- 4. Efforts to Help -- 5. Coda -- Step-Motherland -- 6. Empty Promises -- 7. Forced Displacement -- 8. Making Labourers into Criminals -- 9. Law and Order Soviet Style -- 10. Coda -- In Beria's Care -- 11. State House -- 12. Maloletka -- 13. Challenges to Authority -- 14. Educating Through Labour -- 15. Coda -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Select Bibliography -- Index.

"A time of great hardship, the Second World War became a consequential episode in the history of Soviet childhood policies. The growing social problem of juvenile homelessness and delinquency alerted the government to the need for a comprehensive child protection programme. Nevertheless, by prioritizing public order over welfare, the Stalinist state created conditions that exacerbated the situation even further, transforming an existing problem into a nation-wide crisis. In this comprehensive account based on exhaustive archival research, Olga Kucherenko investigates the plight of more than a million street children and the state's role in the reinforcement of their ranks. By looking at wartime dislocation, Soviet child welfare policies, juvenile justice and the shadow world both within and without the Gulag, Soviet Street Children and the Second World War challenges several of the most pervasive myths about the Soviet Union at war. It is, therefore, as much an investigation of children on the margins of Soviet society as it is a study of the impact of war and state policies on society itself"--
Baker Berry HV782.A6 K798 2016

The hero's fight : African Americans in West Baltimore and the shadow of the state
Fernández-Kelly, María Patricia, 1948- author
Princeton ; Princeton University Press, [2015]
D.B. Wilson -- Baltimore : from factory town to city in decline -- Big Floyd -- Intersections of poverty, race, and gender in the American ghetto -- Shaping the inner city : urban development and the American state -- Distorted engagement and liminal institutions : ruling against the poor -- Little Floyd -- Down the rabbit hole : childhood agency and the problem with liminality -- Clarise -- Paradoxes of social capital : constructing meaning, recasting culture -- Towanda -- Cultural capital and the transition to adulthood in the urban ghetto -- Lydia -- Faith and circumstance in West Baltimore -- Manny man -- Divided entrepreneurship and neighborhood effects -- Conclusion : distorted engagement and the great ideological divide.
Baker Berry HV4046.B35 F47 2015

Forward : the magazine of the working-class
Barataria [Trinidad] : C.R. Sealy, 1947
On our way -- May Day -- America and world peace -- Pioneers of freedom -- Forward groups -- Miscellany.
Rauner Hill HX175.7 .F679 1947

Boundaries of utopia : imagining communism from Plato to Stalin
Ree, Erik van, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2015
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Early Communism -- 1.Communism as New Jerusalem -- 2.Communism as utopia -- 3.Communism as armed fortress -- pt. II Marx and Engels -- 4.Communism as Triple Alliance -- 5.Permanent revolution -- 6.Marxist patriotism -- pt. III The socialist movement -- 7.Socialism as trading company -- 8.Socialism as vast state -- 9.Russian socialism takes a back seat -- 10.Marxism in industrialised Germany -- 11.Socialism as autarky -- 12.Socialism as war economy -- pt. IV Revolution -- 13.Socialisation of the national economy -- 14.Socialism in one country -- 15.The Great Debate.
Baker Berry HX40 .R37867 2015

Kropotkin and the anarchist intellectual tradition
Mac Laughlin, Jim, author
London : Pluto Press, 2016
Baker Berry HX917.2.Z67 K7645 2016

El socialismo en Chile : una herencia yacente
Elgueta, Belarmino, author
Santiago : Tiempo Robado Editoras, 2015
Introducción : cuenta regresiva -- Una larga marcha -- Hacia la tierra prometida -- Epilogo : nuevos desafíos del socialismo.
Baker Berry HX199 .E44 2015

Marx en España : el marxismo en la cultura española del siglo XX
Cuenca Toribio, José Manuel, author
Córdoba : Almuzara, 2016
Baker Berry HX341.5 .C84 2016

Pablo Iglesias (1850-1925) : una vida dedicada al socialismo
Serrallonga i Urquidi, Joan, author
Madrid : Catarata, [2015]
Baker Berry HX343.8.I37 S47 2015

An American utopia : dual power and the universal army
Jameson, Fredric, author
London ; Verso, [2016]
"Controversial manifesto by acclaimed cultural theorist debated by leading writers." Fredric Jameson's path-breaking essay An American Utopia radically questions standard leftist notions of an emancipated society, advocating--among other things--universal conscription as the model for the communist reorganization of society, fully acknowledging envy and resentment as the central problem of a communist society, and rejecting the dreams of overcoming the division between work and leisure. Endorsing the axiom that to change the world one should begin by changing our dreams about how we imagine an emancipated society, Jameson's text is ideally placed to trigger a debate on possible and imaginable alternatives to global capitalism. In addition to Jameson's essay, the volume brings reactions to it by philosophers and political and cultural analysts, as well as an epilogue from Jameson. Many will be appalled at what they will encounter--there will be blood. But what if one has to spill such (ideological) blood to give the left a new chance? Contributors include Kim Stanley Robinson, Jodi Dean, Saroj Giri, Agon Hamza, Kojin Karatani, Frank Ruda, Alberto Toscano, Kathi Weeks, and Slavoj Žižek.
Baker Berry HX806 .J36 2016

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