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Published August, 2017
By Margaret Morganroth Gullette
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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In Ending Ageism, or How Not to Shoot Old People, award-winning writer and cultural critic Margaret Morganroth Gullette raises urgent legal, economic, educational, esthetic, and ethical issues to show that ageism should be the next social movement of our time.

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Published August, 2017
By Margaret Morganroth Gullette
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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In Ending Ageism, or How Not to Shoot Old People, award-winning writer and cultural critic Margaret Morganroth Gullette raises urgent legal, economic, educational, esthetic, and ethical issues to show that ageism should be the next social movement of our time.

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Published July, 2017
By Andrew R. Ruis
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Historian A. R. Ruis explores the origins of American school meal initiatives to explain why it has been so difficult to establish meal programs that satisfy the often competing interests of children, parents, schools, health authorities, politicians, and the food industry. "

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Published July, 2017
By Andrew R. Ruis
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Historian A. R. Ruis explores the origins of American school meal initiatives to explain why it has been so difficult to establish meal programs that satisfy the often competing interests of children, parents, schools, health authorities, politicians, and the food industry. "

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Published July, 2017
By Allison McKim
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Sociologist Allison McKim gives an in-depth and innovative ethnographic account of two women s rehab programs, one located in the criminal justice system and one located in the private healthcare system two very different ways of defining and treating addiction. Her study ultimately reveals a two-tiered system, bifurcated by race and class. "

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Published July, 2017
By Allison McKim
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Sociologist Allison McKim gives an in-depth and innovative ethnographic account of two women s rehab programs, one located in the criminal justice system and one located in the private healthcare system two very different ways of defining and treating addiction. Her study ultimately reveals a two-tiered system, bifurcated by race and class. "

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Published July, 2017
By Michelle L. McClellan
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Medical historian Michelle L. McClellan traces the story of the female alcoholic from the late-nineteenth through the twentieth century. She draws on a range of sources to demonstrate the persistence of the belief that alcohol use is antithetical to an idealized feminine role, particularly one that glorifies motherhood.

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Published July, 2017
By Michelle L. McClellan
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Medical historian Michelle L. McClellan traces the story of the female alcoholic from the late-nineteenth through the twentieth century. She draws on a range of sources to demonstrate the persistence of the belief that alcohol use is antithetical to an idealized feminine role, particularly one that glorifies motherhood.

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Published June, 2017
By Vera Lopez
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Published June, 2017
By Vera Lopez
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