Volume 11, Issue 4, published 20/12/2006

Peer Reviewed Articles

'Are My Bones Normal Doctor?' the Role of Technology in Understanding and Communicating Health Risks for Midlife Women
by Eileen Green, Frances Griffiths and Di Thompson

Old, Poor and Alone in Palestine
by Gabriella Lazaridis, A Findlay and F Zanoon

Codes of Cultural Belonging: Racialised National Identities in a Multi-Ethnic Scottish Neighbourhood
by Satnam Virdee, Christopher Kyriakides and Tariq Modood

Social Capital as Network Capital: Looking at the Role of Social Networks Among Not-For-Profits
by Christina Prell

'The Basic Stuff of Our Memories': Embodying and Embedding Discipline
by Julie Brownlie

Reflexivity and Researching National Identity
by Robin Mann

'Is It Real Food?' Who Benefits from Globalisation in Tanzania and India?
by Pat Caplan

Book Reviews

Public Health and Rockefeller Wealth: Alliance Strategies in the Early Formation of Finnish Public Health Nursing by Ann Yrjälä
Reviewed by Edwin van Teijlingen

Zygmunt Bauman (Key Sociologists) by Blackshaw, Tony
Reviewed by Bruce C Wearne

Childhood and Human Value by Lee, Nick
Reviewed by Sharon Brennan

Interpreting Qualitative Data: Methods for Analyzing Talk, Text and Interaction 3rd Edition by Silverman, David
Reviewed by Helen Marson Smith

Books received