Women’s Work: Racism Revealed...

by Merle A. Jacobs (2013) [ISBN 978-1-894490-25-2]               “This book is not only an excellent and up-to-date review of the literature on gender, race and work especially in reference to the nursing profession. Professor Jacobs builds on the strengths of previous research in developing an interdisciplinary explanation that implicates individuals, situations, organizations, and resource inadequacies. The inquiry is formidable, ambitious and provocative. I welcome it and I applaud its intellectual efforts. The arguments are well articulated within a plethora of themes based on social location, hybridity, cross- cultural communication, narratives of ideological climates as well as the mediations of culture and bureaucratic organizations.The review of relevant theoretical and empirical literature is impressively comprehensive and easy to follow. Dr Jacobs’s contributions are logically and rightfully insistent on imbricating intersectionalities to...

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THE TANGERINE MURDERS: Dancing with Death...

By: Robert U Doyle(2012) [ISBN 978-1-894490-32-0] When a young server is found dead with her throat cut inside a popular club in Toronto’s Chinatown, the spunky Aussie-born detective sergeant Tara Street takes on her first homicide case. Controversy about the color of the victim’s blood, few leads plus Street’s risky love interests and challenges to her leadership add up to an investigation going...

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Social Dislocation, Trauma and the Lived Experience...

Edited By Merle A. Jacobs(2011) [ISBN 978-1-894490-30-6]

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Racism Culture and the Law

Edited by Reza Barmaki [ISBN 978 1 894490 28 3]

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