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Mattering

JENNIFER A. REICH

Edited by VICTORIA PITTSTAYLOR

Why Parents Reject Vaccines

“Recent outbreaks of preventable diseases such as measles and whooping cough are focusing attention on this issue, making Reich’s able contribution especially pertinent.” —Kirkus Reviews $29.95 • 336 Pages • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-1279-0

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Changing the Face of America DANA BERKOWITZ “[D]eft fieldwork, detailed interviews, and daring autoethnography... broadens and deepens our understanding of the cosmetically altered but not surgically redefined body.” —Michael Kimmel, author of Angry White Men

Feminism, Science, and Materialism

“A powerful addition to the growing conversation on bodies, matter, and new materialisms.” —Elizabeth Grosz, author of Volatile Bodies $30.00 • 320 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4543-9 In the Biopolitics series

Critical Trauma Studies Understanding Violence, Conflict and Memory in Everyday Life

Edited by MONICA J. CASPER and ERIC WERTHEIMER “A welcome, thoughtprovoking, and a unique addition to the study of trauma.” —Judith Alpert, author of Sexual Abuse Recalled $30.00 • 320 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2251-5

$27.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2526-4 In the Intersections series

2016 Outstanding Publication in the Sociology of Disability Award, American Sociological Association

Raising Generation RX

Mothering Kids with Invisible Disabilities in an Age of Inequality LINDA M. BLUM “A valuable contribution to the national dialogue on health care and education.” —Arlie Hochschild, author of The Outsourced Self $27.00 • 320 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7154-4

Instructor’s guide available LIVING WITH ALZHEIMER’S Managing Memory Loss, Identity, and Illness

Renée L. Beard

Living with Alzheimer’s

Managing Memory Loss, Identity, and Illness RENÉE L. BEARD “[S]tandard reading for anyone puzzling through the confounding distinction between normal aging and pathological forgetfulness.” —David Karp, author of Speaking of Sadness

$30.00 • 336 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8980-8

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Patient Care, Public Health, and the Limits of Biomedicine Edited by JOSEPH E. DAVIS and ANA MARTA GONZALEZ “An important and provocative contribution to a growing debate over… a dysfunctionally reductionist medical enterprise.” —Charles Rosenberg, author of Our Present Complaint $28.00 • 352 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-0958-5 In the Biopolitics series

Men at Risk

Masculinity, Heterosexuality, and HIV Prevention SHARI L. DWORKIN “A ‘must read’ for scholars of gender and sexuality in relation to HIV.” —Peter Aggleton, author of Education, Vulnerability, and HIV/AIDS $28.00 • 240 Pages • PAPER • 978-0-8147-2076-9 In the Biopolitics series

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REPRODUCTION A Bun in the Oven

How the Food and Birth Movements Resist Industrialization BARBARA KATZ ROTHMAN “A sociologist in the world of midwifery is introduced to food studies, and spots parallels everywhere with the world of birth. Her wittily named study...considers how ‘birth and food, once so profoundly part of women’s world of production, ultimately came to be acts of consumption.’” —Times Higher Education $28.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8230-4

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Cut It Out

2015 C. Wright Mills Award Finalist 2016 Book award for Transnational/Asia, Asia and Asian America Section, American Sociological Association

Discounted Life

The C-Section Epidemic in America

The Price of Global Surrogacy in India

THERESA MORRIS

SHARMILA RUDRAPPA

“Morris’s impressive research, as well as the solutions she offers to women, providers and policy planners, makes the book an important contribution to the C-section debate.” —Jessica Valenti, The New York Times Book Review

“[A] must read for anyone interested in the field of reproductive labor and reproductive inequalities in the 21st century.” —Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, author of Servants of Globalization

$19.95 • 255 Pages • PAPER • 978-0-8147-6412-1

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Brown Bodies, White Babies

Governed Through Choice

Autonomy, Technology, and the Politics of Reproduction

The Politics of Cross-Racial Surrogacy

JENNIFER M. DENBOW

LAURA HARRISON

“Denbow provides a legal and philosophical analysis of reproductive politics in the US. She develops the concept of women’s reproductive autonomy, drawing from classic definitions of autonomy.” —Choice

“An important and provocative contribution to critical analyses of assisted reproduction.” —Dorothy Roberts, author of Killing the Black Body $30.00 • 320 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-9486-4 In the Intersections series

$28.00 • 240 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4391-6

Transnational Reproduction

Fertility Holidays

IVF Tourism and the Reproduction of Whiteness

Race, Kinship, and Commercial Surrogacy in India

AMY SPEIER

IVF TOURISM AND THE REPRODUCTION OF WHITENESS

AMY SPEIER

“One of the first ethnographies on reproductive tourism...a captivating read into what these multi-faceted transnational experiences are like.” —Susan Frohlick, University of British Columbia

$28.00 • 192 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4910-9

DAISY DEOMAMPO “[C]hallenges the race, class, and gender inequities underlying India’s commercial gestational surrogacy scene.” —Marcia C. Inhorn, author of Cosmopolitan Conceptions

T r a n s n aT i o n a l r ep r o d u c T i o n Race, Kinship, and Commercial Surrogacy in India

Daisy Deomamp o

$30.00 • 288 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2838-8 In the Anthropologies of American Medicine series

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SEXUALITY & THE BODY Beyond Monogamy

2016 Section on the Body and Embodiment Best Publication Award, American Sociological Association

Saving Face

Polyamory and the Future of Polyqueer Sexualities

Disfigurement and the Politics of Appearance

MIMI SCHIPPERS

HEATHER LAINE TALLEY

“Exploring polyqueer sexual practices...Schippers provides a vivid illustration of the importance of expanding our understandings of sexual and romantic relationships.” —C. J. Pascoe, author of Dude, You’re a Fag

“Contributes to the growing literature on the sociology of the body and embodiment... Her analyses are timely and cutting edge.” —American Journal of Sociology

$27.00 • 208 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8622-7 In the Intersections series

$24.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-0-8147-8411-2

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A History of Hair Removal REBECCA M. HERZIG “Humanity has used an impressive array of tools to remove hair...Rebecca Herzig’s delightful history explains why: smooth skin is a cultural imperative.” —The Economist

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$19.95 • 280 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-5281-9 In the Biopolitics series

$26.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1569-2

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The Color of Kink

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ARIANE CRUZ

SUSAN DEWEY and TONIA ST. GERMAIN

“[B]reaks entirely new ground in the study of pornography and sexual cultures.” —Mireille Miller-Young, author of A Taste for Brown Sugar $30.00 • 320 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2746-6 In the Sexual Cultures series

Women of the Street

How the Criminal JusticeSocial Services Alliance Fails Women in Prostitution

Black Women, BDSM, and Pornography

“The most comprehensive and in-depth study of street prostitution on the market.” —Ronald Weitzer, George Washington University $30.00 • 288 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4194-3

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FAMILY & YOUTH 2016 Lambda Literary Award Finalist

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Modern Families

Stories of Extraordinary Journeys to Kinship JOSHUA GAMSON Foreword by MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY “These stories of extraordinary journeys to kinship should rightly and totally put to bed the myth of the one-size-fits-all American family.” —Barbara J. Risman, Contexts

$26.95 • 240 Pages • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-4246-9

Failing Families, Failing Science

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French Fries, Lunch Lines, and Social Ties

Work-Family Conflict in Academic Science

AMY L. BEST

ELAINE ECKLUND and ANNE E. LINCOLN “[Their] conclusions about the lives and aspirations of scientists may strike some as sheer heresy...these are the very ones who need to read this book.” —Judith Blau, author of Race in the Schools $27.00 • 224 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4313-8

The Playdate

Parents, Children, and the New Expectations of Play TAMARA R. MOSE “A very engaging book...this work has deep implications for how we understand the reproduction of class inequality in American life.” —Emily W. Kane, author of The Gender Trap $26.00 • 192 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-6629-8

How Chinese Are You?

Adopted Chinese Youth and their Families Negotiate Identity and Culture ANDREA LOUIE “A fascinating, rich ethnography on how identity and racial consciousness are understood among adoptees from China.” —Margaret M. Chin, author of Sewing Women $28.00 • 304 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-9463-5

Fast-Food Kids

“An important read for those concerned about young people, health, and inequality.” —CJ Pascoe, author of Dude, You’re a Fag $26.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-0232-6 In the Critical Perspectives on Youth series

Introducing the Critical Perspectives on Youth series AMY L. BEST, LORENA GARCIA, and JESSICA TAFT, General Editors The study of youth has proliferated in the last two decades within both the traditional disciplinary fields and interdisciplinary arenas. The aim of this series is to bring together one strand of work within this much larger field — a strand that is identified here as “Critical Youth Studies.” The series editors aim to develop, elaborate, and clarify a set of theoretical and methodological tenets for a distinctive critical youth studies approach rooted in empirical inquiry.

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The Public Professor

How to Use Your Research to Change the World M. V. LEE BADGETT “An essential training tool for every academic, graduate student, law student, and advocate interested in informing public policy debates.” —Urvashi Vaid, author of Irresistible Revolution $24.00 • 256 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-6139-2

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URBAN STUDIES & INEQUALITY 2014 C. Wright Mills Award finalist

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Race and the Politics of Deception

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The Price of Paradise

The Making of an American City

The Costs of Inequality and a Vision for a More Equitable America

CHRISTOPHER MELE

DAVID DANTE TROUTT

“[A]dds to the social history of cities and the structural inequality plaguing American cities and their residents.” —Marlese Durr, co-editor of Race, Work, and Family in the Lives of African Americans

“A forcefully presented eye-opener sure to provoke controversy as well as interest.” —Kirkus Reviews $25.00 • 282 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2880-7

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Stuyvesant Town and the Loss of Middle-Class Neighborhoods RACHAEL A. WOLDOFF, LISA M. MORRISON, and MICHAEL R. GLASS “A ‘must read’ for anyone concerned about the future of the urban middle class.” —Philip Kasnitiz, co-author of Inheriting the City $28.00 • 240 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1863-1

Toxic Communities

Environmental Racism, Industrial Pollution, and Residential Mobility DORCETA TAYLOR “[A] refreshing emphasis on nuance and accountability to the environmental justice discussion . . . provides a comprehensive, objective, and balanced portrait of environmental justice to date.” —Choice

$25.00 • 352 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-6178-1

2016 Section on Environment & Technology Allan Schnaiberg Outstanding Publication Award, American Sociological Asociation

Surviving Poverty

Creating Sustainable Ties among the Poor JOAN MAYA MAZELIS “A compelling narrative of a remarkable poor people’s movement that builds sustainable ties that are vital to survival...This book is jam-packed with essential insights.” —Kathryn J Edin, co-author of $2.00 a Day

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Stop and Frisk

The Use and Abuse of a Controversial Policing Tactic MICHAEL D. WHITE and HENRY F. FRADELLA

the ne ig hborhood has its

The Neighborhood Has Its Own Rules

Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles CID MARTINEZ

L atinos and african americans

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After Life Imprisonment

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The Politics of Immigration Enforcement in Post-Civil Rights America

MARIEKE LIEM Foreword by ROBERT J. SAMPSON

PATRISIA MACÍAS-ROJAS “A compelling case for cross-movement organizing… essential reading for scholars, activists, and policy makers.” —Beth E. Richie, author of Arrested Justice

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The Crime of All Crimes Toward a Criminology of Genocide NICOLE RAFTER “A landmark reframing in the criminology of genocide.” —John Braithwaite, author of Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation

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Hacked

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Progressive Punishment Job Loss, Jail Growth, and the Neoliberal Logic of Carceral Expansion JUDAH SCHEPT “Pushes relentlessly and appropriately against the ‘common sense’ understandings of liberal reform.” —Michelle Brown, author of The Culture of Punishment

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Queering the Countryside

How a Parade Changed the World

New Frontiers in Rural Queer Studies

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Edited by MARY L. GRAY, BRIAN J. GILLEY, and COLIN R. JOHNSON “What would the study of life in the countryside look like if it pushed past its historic dependence on the fantasyridden spatial dichotomy between rural and urban? Imaginative, capacious, and complex.” —Kath Weston, author of Families We Choose $30.00 • 416 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8058-4 In the Intersections series

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Legalizing LGBT Families

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The Tolerance Trap

How God, Genes, and Good Intentions are Sabotaging Gay Equality SUZANNA DANUTA WALTERS

How the Law Shapes Parenthood AMANDA K. BAUMLE and D’LANE R. COMPTON

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“The book succeeds in showing what various samesex couples did to ensure that both parents were legally recognized.” —New York Journal of Books $45.00 • 320 Pages • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-5764-7 In the Intersections series

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The Wrongs of the Right

Language, Race, and the Republican Party in the Age of Obama MATTHEW W. HUGHEY and GREGORY S. PARKS “A dissection of the language of the far right, showing the continued, although masked, biases inherent in their message.” —Kirkus Reviews

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RELIGION FORTHCOMING

2016 Honorable Mention, Section on Religion Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological Association

The Holocaust Across Generations

American Secularism Cultural Contours of Nonreligious Belief Systems

Trauma and its Inheritance Among Descendants of Survivors JANET JACOBS

JOSEPH O. BAKER and BUSTER G. SMITH

“A valued addition to the sociology of collective memory and to genocide and Holocaust Studies.” —Rhys H. Williams, Loyola University, Chicago

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My Soul Is in Haiti

Protestantism in the Haitian Diaspora of the Bahamas

MARY DALY Edited by JENNIFER RYCENGA and LINDA BARUFALDI Preface by ROBIN MORGAN Biographical Sketch by MARY E. HUNT

BERTIN M. LOUIS, JR. “Vital for students of diasporic and transnational studies, anthropologists, historians and sociologists of religion.” —Leslie G. Desmangles, Trinity College

$28.00 • 200 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-4166-0

The Mary Daly Reader

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SPORTS Asian American Sporting Cultures

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Surviving the NFL

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Is There Life After Football? JAMES A. HOLSTEIN, RICHARD S. JONES, and GEORGE E. KOONCE, JR. “Entering the so-called real world after years in the bubble of special treatment and privilege is the focus of the authors’ study, which draws on the experiences of many ex-NFLers.” —Christian Science Monitor

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GREAT FOR COURSES 2013 Oliver Cromwell Cox Book Award, 2012 Latino/a Sociology Section Best Book Award, American Sociological Association

Punished

Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys VICTOR M. RIOS “Numerous conceptual innovations.... A book bristling with insight.” —American Journal of Sociology

$24.00 • 237 Pages • PAPER • 978-0-8147-7638-4 In the New Perspectives in Crime, Deviance, and Law series

Contemporary Asian America

A Multidisciplinary Reader Third Edition Edited by MIN ZHOU and ANTHONY C. OCAMPO “A thoughtfully assembled collection of readings that carefully brings together central themes in Asian American Studies.” —Nazli Kibria, Boston University $35.00 • 688 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-2622-3

2016 Donald Light Award for the Applied or Public Practice of Medical Sociology, American Sociological Association

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The Dubious Diagnosis GEORGIANN DAVIS “Groundbreaking work that is sure to become required reading for scholars of gender and the social history of medicine.” —Sharon Preves, author of Intersex and Identity $28.00 • 240 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8704-0 In the Biopolitics series

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Heterosexuality in PostCloseted Culture JAMES JOSEPH DEAN “[A] contemporary classic that will long serve as the key introductory text on heterosexuality.” — Teaching Sociology

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Global Sociology

Not Gay

ROBIN COHEN and PAUL KENNEDY

JANE WARD

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“An outstanding update of…the best textbook for introducing undergraduates to global sociology.” —Paul Lubeck, University of California, Santa Cruz $35.00 • 576 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-4798-0076-6

Hooking Up

Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus KATHLEEN A. BOGLE “[D]ebunks the media’s notion of hooking up. A must read for undergraduate students, faculty and staff... Highly recommended.” —Choice $25.00 • 225 Pages • PAPER • 978-0-8147-9969-7

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Sex between Straight White Men “Exposes the cultural construct of heterosexuality... illuminating the patriarchal and gendered roles assigned to gay and not-gay men and women...A valuable study for those interested in gender and GBLTQ studies...Essential.” —Choice

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The Punishment Imperative

The Rise and Failure of Mass Incarceration in America TODD R. CLEAR and NATASHA A. FROST “[A]n accessible study of mass incarceration in the U.S. that is theoretically sophisticated and rich in statistical data.” —Publishers Weekly

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MONTHLY REVIEW PRESS Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century Globalization, SuperExploitation, and Capitalism’s Final Crisis JOHN SMITH “This book is more important than you can imagine. John Smith provides a searing and plausible analysis of the global shifts in production that have marked the neoliberal phase of capitalism. Essential.” —Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi $28.00 • 384 Pages • PAPER • 978-1-5836-7577-9

Confronting Black Jacobins

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Open Veins of Latin America

Facing the Anthropocene

EDUARDO GALEANO

IAN ANGUS

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Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent

Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System

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In Walt We Trust

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