Thursday, June 19, 2014

June 19, 2014

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 119, #5, 2014
Emotion Review, Vol. 6, #3, 2014

American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 119, #5, 2014
Elizabeth E. Bruch. How Population Structure Shapes Neighborhood Segregation.
Elizabeth Pearson. Saying Yes to Taxes: The Politics of Tax Reform Campaigns in Three Northwestern States, 1965-1973.
Malcolm Fairbrother. Economists, Capitalists, and the Making of Globalization: North American Free Trade in Comparative-Historical Perspective.
Amanda J. Sharkey. Categories and Organizational Status: The Role of Industry Status in the Response to Organizational Deviance.
Trond Petersen, Andrew M. Penner, and Geir Høgsnes. From Motherhood Penalties to Husband Premia: The New Challenge for Gender Equality and Family Policy, Lessons from Norway.
Book Reviews
What’s Wrong with Fat? by Abigail C. Saguy. Review by: Natalie Boero.
Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality by Elizabeth A. Armstrong; Laura T. Hamilton. Review by: Sara Goldrick-Rab.
Top Student, Top School? How Social Class Shapes Where Valedictorians Go to College by Alexandria Walton Radford. Review by: Joshua Klugman.
Becoming Right: How Campuses Shape Young Conservatives by Amy J. Binder; Kate Wood. Review by: Jeremy Freese.
Home Is Where the School Is: The Logic of Homeschooling and the Emotional Labor of Mothering by Jennifer Lois. Review by: Gary Wyatt.
Not My Kid: What Parents Believe about the Sex Lives of Their Teenagers by Sinikka Elliott. Review by: D’Lane R. Compton.
Deep Secrets: Boys’ Friendships and the Crisis of Connection by Niobe Way. Review by: William Carbonaro.
Falling Back: Incarceration and Transitions to Adulthood among Urban Youth by Jamie Fader. Review by: Leslie Paik.
Down and Out in Los Angeles and Berlin: The Sociospatial Exclusion of Homeless People by Jürgen von Mahs. Review by: Forrest Stuart.
Wal-Mart Wars: Moral Populism in the Twenty-First Century by Rebekah Peeples Massengill. Review by: Dan Wang.
Buying Into Fair Trade: Culture, Morality, and Consumption by Keith R. Brown. Review by: Daniel Jaffee.
Conservatives versus Wildcats: A Sociology of Financial Conflict by Simone Polillo. Review by: Emily Erikson.
Money at Work: On the Job with Priests, Poker Players, and Hedge Fund Traders by Robert Delaney. Review by: Daniel Beunza.
No More Invisible Man: Race and Gender in Men’s Work by Adia Harvey. Review by: Alford A. Young, Jr.
This Is Not Civil Rights: Discovering Rights Talk in 1939 America by George I. Lovell. Review by: Kristin Bumiller.
Defensive Environmentalists and the Dynamics of Global Reform by Thomas K. Rudel. Review by: Raymond Murphy.
Democracy and the Left: Social Policy and Inequality in Latin America by Evelyne Huber; John D. Stephens. Review by: Lane Kenworthy.
Local Protest, Global Movements: Capital, Community, and State in San Francisco by Karl Beitel. Review by: John Arena.
Waiting for José: The Minutemen’s Pursuit of America by Harel Shapira. Review by: Justin Allen Berg.
The Scramble for Citizens: Dual Nationality and State Competition for Immigrants by David Cook-Martín. Review by: Julie Stewart.
The Sympathetic State: Disaster Relief and the Origins of the American Welfare State by Michele Landis Dauber. Review by: Nicholas Pedriana.
Between State and Synagogue: The Secularization of Contemporary Israel by Guy Ben-Porat. Review by: Atalia Omer.
Social Organizations and the Authoritarian State in China by Timothy Hildebrandt. Review by: Setsuko Matsuzawa.
Making Tea, Making Japan: Cultural Nationalism in Practice. Review by: Danielle Kane.
The Nation Made Real: Art and National Identity in Western Europe, 1600–1850 by Anthony D. Smith. Review by: Wendy Griswold.
Informal Labor, Formal Politics, and Dignified Discontent in India by Rina Agarwala. Review by: Annalisa Murgia.
Confucianism as a World Religion: Contested Histories and Contemporary Realities by Anna Sun. Review by: Andrew Stuart Abel.
Taken for Grantedness: The Embedding of Mobile Communication into Society by Rich Ling. Review by: Wesley Shrum.
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Emotional Review, Vol. 6, #3, 2014
Special Section: Culture, Meaning, and Interaction in Sociology
Lynn Smith-Lovin and Peggy A. Thoits. Introduction to the Special Section on the Sociology of Emotions.
Dawn T. Robinson. The Role of Cultural Meanings and Situated Interaction in Shaping Emotion.
Robin W. Simon. Sociological Scholarship on Gender Differences in Emotion and Emotional Well-Being in the United States: A Snapshot of the Field.
Kathryn J. Lively and Emi A. Weed. Emotion Management: Sociological Insight into What, How, Why, and to What End?
James M. Jasper. Constructing Indignation: Anger Dynamics in Protest Movements.
Nina Strohminger. The Meaning of Disgust: A Refutation.
Jason A. Clark. Comment: From the Armchair to the Toilet: McGinn’s Evolutionary Tale of Disgust.
Rachel S. Herz. Comment: Strohminger versus McGinn and The Meaning of Disgust.
Carolyn Korsmeyer and Barry Smith. Comment: Kolnai’s Disgust.
David Pizarro. Comment: Interdiscipline.
Joshua Rottman and Liane Young. Comment: Scholarly Disgust and Related Mysteries.
Edward Royzman. Comment: Strohminger–McGinn: Deconstructing the Moral Amplification Effect.
Nina Strohminger. Author Reply: Grasping the Nebula: Inelegant Theories for Messy Phenomena.
Wendy Wood, Laura Kressel, Priyanka D. Joshi, and Brian Louie. Meta-Analysis of Menstrual Cycle Effects on Women’s Mate Preferences.
Gillian R. Brown, Catharine P. Cross, Sally E. Street, and Charlotte O. Brand. Comment: Beyond “Evolutionary versus Social”: Moving the Cycle Shift Debate Forward.
Christopher J. Ferguson. Comment: Why Meta-Analyses Rarely Resolve Ideological Debates.
Janet S. Hyde and Rachel H. Salk. Comment: Menstrual Cycle Fluctuations in Women’s Mate Preferences.
Benedict Christopher Jones. Comment: Alternatives to Wood et al.’s Conclusions.
Sari M. van Anders. Comment: The Social Neuroendocrinology Example: Incorporating Culture Resolves Biobehavioral Evolutionary Paradoxes.
Wendy Wood. Author Reply: Once Again, Menstrual Cycles and Mate Preferences.
Janne van Doorn, Marcel Zeelenberg, and Seger M. Breugelmans. Anger and Prosocial Behavior.
W. Ray Crozier. Differentiating Shame from Embarrassment.
View from A Discipline
David M. Williams and Daniel R. Evans. Current Emotion Research in Health Behavior Science.
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Joseph Fishkin, Bottlenecks, A New Theory of Equal Opportunity. Reviewed by Ann E. Cudd.
Bob Hale, Necessary Beings: An Essay on Ontology, Modality, and the Relations Between Them. Reviewed by Penelope Mackie.
Thaddeus Metz, Meaning in Life. Reviewed by Stewart Goetz.
Ingmar Persson, From Morality to the End of Reason: An Essay on Rights, Reasons, and Responsibility. Reviewed by Ishtiyaque Haji.
Kevin Scharp, Replacing Truth. Reviewed by David Ripley.
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