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To Be an Immigrant
(Russell Sage, 2006) Read more
International perspectives on youth conflict and development
(Oxford University Press, 2006) Read more
Growing Up Global: Economic Restructuring and Children's Everyday Lives
(University of Minnesota Press, 2004; 312 pp.)
Point of Purchase: How Shopping Changed American Culture
(Routledge, 2004; 325 pp.)
Gangs and Society: Alternative Perspectives
(Columbia University Press, 2003)
Behind the Gates: Life, Security, and the Pursuit of Happiness in Fortress America
Women Confronting Retirement: A Nontraditional Guide
(Rutgers University Press, 2003)