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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • PATTERNS AND PREDICTORS OF DEBT: A PANEL STUDY, 1985-2008 - Richard K. Caputo
  • SOCIAL CAPITAL, HUMAN CAPITAL, AND ECONOMIC WELL-BEING IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY: RESULTS FROM CANADA'S GENERAL SOCIAL SURVEY - Robert D. Weaver and Nazim Habibov
  • NEOLIBERALISM, PIVEN AND CLOWARD'S BARGAINING THEORY, AND WAGES IN THE UNITED STATES, 1965-2006 - Thomas W. Volscho
  • CHILD AND FAMILY TEAMS BUILDING SOCIAL CAPITAL FOR AT-RISK STUDENTS: A RESEARCH NOTE - Toby L. Parcel and Joan Pennell
  • PREDICTORS OF TIME VOLUNTEERING, RELIGIOUS GIVING, AND SECULAR GIVING: IMPLICATIONS FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS - Namkee G. Choi and Diana M. DiNitto
  • CLEAN NEEDLES AND BAD BLOOD: NEEDLE EXCHANGE AS MORALITY POLICY - Elizabeth A. Bowen
  • EXPLORING BARRIERS TO INCLUSION OF WIDOWED AND ABANDONED WOMEN THROUGH SELF-HELP MICROCREDIT GROUPS: THE CASE OF RURAL SOUTH INDIA - Margaret Lombe, Chrisann Newransky, Karen Kayser, and Paul Mike Raj
  • PUBLIC ATTITUDES AND GENDER POLICY REGIMES: COHERENCE AND STABILITY IN HARD TIMES - Jing Guo and Neil Gilbert

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Good Jobs America: Making Work Better for Everyone. Paul Osterman and Beth Shulman. Reviewed by Mary Huff Stevenson.
  • American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation. Michael Kazin. Reviewed by Kim Phillips-Fein.
  • Patterns of Protest: Trajectories of Participation in Social Movements. Catherine Corrigall-Brown. Written Out of History: Memoirs of Ordinary Activists. Bette Steinmuller, Nancy Teel, Beatrice Nava, Linda Stern, Steven Norris, and Kendall Hale. Reviewed by Marguerite G. Rosenthal.
  • Banished: The New Social Control in Urban America. Katherine Beckett and Steve Herbert. Reviewed by Lucia Trimbur.
  • Rights Gone Wrong: How Law Corrupts the Struggle for Equality. Richard Thompson Ford. Reviewed by Robert Costello.
  • Guest Workers and Resistance to U.S. Corporate Despotism. Immanuel Ness. Reviewed by Barbara Franz.
  • Aging Our Way: Lessons Learned for Living from 85 and Beyond. Meika Loe. Reviewed by Donna Wang.
  • The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined. Steven Pinker. Reviewed by Edward U. Murphy.

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