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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE - Melinda McCormick and Yvonne A. Unrau

THE ENVIRONMENT-WITHIN-PERSON PERSPECTIVE: INTEGRATING A MINDFULNESS FRAMEWORK INTO SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE - Yvonne A. Unrau and Melinda McCormick

EVOLVING FROM AN ILLUSIONARY AND SELF DESTRUCTIVE QUEST FOR POWER TO A STATE OF EMPOWERMENT: THE CURATIVE POTENTIAL YOGA MAY HOLD AS A VEHICLE TO RECLAIMING BODILY EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN WITH ANOREXIA - Heather C. Pizzanello

BEING ON THE MAT: A PROCESS EVALUATION OF TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA FOR WOMEN WITH SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS - Amy B. Smoyer

A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF YOGA INTERVENTIONS IN THE INCARCERATED SETTING - Alexandra S. Wimberly and Jia Xue

AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN OF MINDFULNESSBASED INTERVENTIONS ON UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE CAMPUSES: A RESEARCH NOTE - Kaley J. Cieslak, Lehanna E. Hardy, Natalie S. Kyles, Erika L. Miller, Becky L. Mullins, Katelyn M. Root, and Christina M. Smith

HOW ARE SOCIAL PROBLEMS VIEWED AND ANALYZED IN SOCIAL WORK POLICY TEXTBOOKS? - Marietta A. Barretti

BOOK REVIEWS

A Special Note from the former Book Review Co-Editor Jennifer Zelnick

Shared Prosperity in America's Communities. Susan M. Wachter and Lei Ding. Reviewed by Cynthia Edmonds-Cady

Dreams and Nightmares: Immigration Policy, Youth, and Families. Marjorie S. Zatz and Nancy Rodriguez. Reviewed by Xiafei Wang

Cultural-Existential Psychology: The Role of Culture in Suffering and Threat. Daniel Sullivan. Reviewed by Daniel Liechty

Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City. Javier Auyero. Reviewed by Danielle Docka-Filipek

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. Mathew Desmond. Reviewed by Yeqing Yuan.

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