2007 University Press Books

 

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600-699 Technology (Applied Sciences)


600-619 Medical Science

640-649 Home Economics

620-639 Engineering and Agricultural Science

 

650-699 Business and Manufacturing

 

   

600-619 Medical Science


610.9

Finger, Stanley

Doctor Franklin's Medicine

400 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 45 illus., $39.95 cloth, CIP included

January 2006

University of Pennsylvania Press

Stanley Finger uncovers the instrumental role that Benjamin Franklin--scientist, inventor, publisher, and statesman--played in the development of the healing arts, giving preventive and bedside medicine, hospital care, and even personal hygiene a modern look that changed the face of medical care in both America and Europe.

LC 2005045659, ISBN 978-0-8122-3913-3

AASL: S/HS

PLA: G, S


612.322

Otten, Jennifer J., Jennifer Pitzi Hellwig, and Linda D. Meyers (Editors)

Dietary Reference Intakes: The Essential Guide to Nutrient Requirements

560 pp., 7" x 10", bibliog., index, $49.95 cloth, CIP included

August 2006

The National Academies Press

Responding to the expansion of scientific knowledge about the roles of nutrients in human health, the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine, in partnership with Health Canada, has updated what used to be known as Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) and renamed their new approach to these guidelines Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs). Now, for the first time, all eight volumes are summarized in one easy-to-use reference volume. Organized by nutrient for ready use, this popular reference volume reviews the function of each nutrient in the human body, food sources, usual dietary intakes, and effects of deficiencies and excessive intakes.

LC 2006015626, ISBN 978-0-3091-0091-5

AASL: S/HS

PLA: G, S


612.397

Allport, Susan

The Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed from the Western Diet and What We Can Do to Replace Them

232 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/4", 15 figures, 1 table, glossary, index, $22.50 cloth, CIP included

September 2006

University of California Press

A nutritional whodunit, The Queen of Fats gives a fascinating account of how we have become deficient in a nutrient essential for good health: the omega-3 fatty acids which are abundant in greens and fish, among other foods. The Queen of Fats provides information for everyone who wants to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and obesity and to improve brain function and overall health. "Combines colorful science, intriguing personalities, and a well-digested biochemistry into a convincing recipe for a healthier diet...a fascinating new detective story--with a solution that matters!"--Richard Wrangham, author of Demonic Males

LC 2005035605, ISBN 978-0-520-24282-1

AASL: S/HS

PLA: G


612.79

Jablonski, Nina G.

Skin: A Natural History

281 pp., 6" x 9", 14 color and 36 b&w photos, 13 line illus., 2 maps, index, $24.95 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

University of California Press

"A marvelous exploration of the organ we ignore until an abnormality prompts us to seek professional help. The chapters skillfully lead from one topic to the next and cover the history and physiology of skin, sweating, color, touch, tattoos and painting, and more. Jablonski's writing is clear; her enthusiasm for the topic, evident."--Library Journal (starred review). "Skin is the largest and most visible organ in the human body. Its biological richness and complexity are exceeded only by the brain and immune system. And now at last it has the book it deserves...[Jablonski's] fascinating book is as all-encompassing as skin itself."--Financial Times

LC 2006007731, ISBN 978-0-520-24281-4

AASL: G/HS, RG/HS

PLA: O, G


612.82

Edelman, Gerald

Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge

224 pp., 5 1/2" x 7", 3 b&w illus., index, $24.00 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

Yale University Press

Renowned neuroscientist and Nobel Laureate Dr. Gerald M. Edelman offers a new theory of knowledge based on startling advancements in brain science in Second Nature. In accessible language, he describes how our brains and bodies give rise to knowledge, creativity, and mental experience and predicts a future in which brain-based devices will be conscious.

LC 2006007376, ISBN 978-0-300-12039-4

AASL: S/HS

PLA: S


613

Brown, Thomas E.

Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults

384 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 8 b&w illus., $27.50 cloth, $17.00 paper, CIP included

October 2006

Yale University Press

A leading expert in the assessment and treatment of ADD/ADHD dispels myths and offers reassuring, practical information about treatments. Dr. Brown sets forth an innovative cognitive understanding of ADD/ADHD and the challenges it presents for children, adolescents, and adults. "An excellent account...He delineates clearly how the syndrome evolved into a psychiatric disorder...His explanation of how research in neuroscience, psychiatry, and psychology links to ADD is extremely interesting...This book should be in all health care providers' libraries. Highly recommended."--Choice

LC 2005040895, ISBN 978-0-300-10641-1 (c.), ISBN 978-0-300-11989-3 (p.)

AASL: S/P

PLA: G


613.522

Murphy, Michelle

Sick Building Syndrome and the Problem of Uncertainty: Environmental Politics, Technoscience, and Women Workers

264 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 21 illus., notes, bibliog., index, $74.95 cloth, $21.95 paper, CIP included

February 2006

Duke University Press

Before 1980, sick building syndrome did not exist. By the 1990s, it was among the most commonly investigated occupational health problems in the United States. Afflicted by headaches, rashes, and immune system disorders, office workers--mostly women--protested that their workplaces were filled with toxic hazards; yet federal investigators could detect no chemical cause. This richly detailed history tells the story of how sick building syndrome came into being: how indoor exposures to chemicals wafting from synthetic carpet, ink, adhesive, solvents, and so on became something that relatively privileged Americans worried over, felt, and ultimately sought to do something about.

LC 2005027140, ISBN 978-0-8223-3659-4 (c.), ISBN 978-0-8223-3671-6 (p.)

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: G, S


615.1

DeGrandpre, Richard

The Cult of Pharmacology: How America Became the World's Most Troubled Drug Culture

312 pp., 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", notes, index, $24.95 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

Duke University Press

America had a radically different relationship with drugs a century ago. Drug prohibitions were few, and while alcohol was considered a menace, the public regularly consumed substances that are widely demonized today. Exploring how this rather benign relationship with psychoactive drugs was transformed into one of confusion and chaos, The Cult of Pharmacology tells the dramatic story of how, as one legal drug after another fell from grace, new pharmaceutical substances took their place. DeGrandpre delivers a remarkably original interpretation of drugs by examining the seductive but ill-fated belief that they are chemically predestined to be either good or evil.

LC 2006014259, ISBN 978-0-8223-3881-9

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: G


616.812

Spence, David J., MD

How to Prevent Your Stroke

200 pp., 6" x 9", 32 figures, glossary, bibliog., $39.95 cloth, $19.95 paper, CIP included

October 2006

Vanderbilt University Press

Life-saving advice for doctors and patients--both those at risk of a first stroke and those who have already had a mini-stroke, the #1 risk factor facing survivors. "Spence...offers a well-organized and engaging narrarive... Spence presents preventative measures in a matter-of-fact, nonjudgmental manner that sustains interest...highly recommended..."--Library Journal (starred review). "Straight foward advice, plus insights into advances in pre-stroke treatment...A sensible guide to stroke prevention."--Kirkus Reviews. "...readers will likely glean insights not provided by their own doctors...Recipes...are among the most attractive elements of Spence's effort and could persuade confirmed carnivores to choose vegetarian meals more often."--Publishers Weekly

LC 2005035450, ISBN 978-0-8265-1536-0 (c.), ISBN 978-0-8265-1537-7 (p.)

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: G


616.831

Kraus, George

At Wit's End: Plain Talk on Alzheimer's for Families and Clinicians

205 pp., 6" x 9", index, $29.95 cloth, CIP included

May 2006

Purdue University Press

At Wit's End is a simple, straightforward, and easy-to-read summary about Alzheimer's as a medical illness and as a psychiatric and psychological disorder, written without technical jargon and impractical detail. At Wit's End is unique because it describes the psychiatric and psychological aspects of Alzheimer's while helping family members, clinicians, and caregivers discover a wealth of new and effective interventions.

LC 2005005571, ISBN 978-1-55753-401-9

AASL: G/HS, P

PLA: G


616.89

Burston, Daniel and Roger Frie

Psychotherapy as a Human Science

326 pp., 6" x 9", index, $30.00 paper, CIP included

August 2006

Duquesne University Press

By reviewing the history of thought from rationalism to post-modernism and critically examining the overarching orientations shared by philosophers and clinicians, Psychotherapy as a Human Science invites readers to delve deeply into the history and theory of existentialism, phenomenology, psychoanalysis, depth psychology and humanistic psychology. A masterful survey, Psychotherapy as a Human Science provides a critical and historical introduction to the core themes and influential thinkers that helped to shape contemporary human science approaches to psychotherapy.

LC 2006016020, ISBN 978-0-8207-0378-7

AASL: S/P

PLA: G, S


616.892

Hicks, James Whitney

50 Signs of Mental Illness: A Guide to Understanding Mental Health

416 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", index, $27.50 cloth, $17.00 paper

June 2006

Yale University Press

Anger, fatigue, obsessions, memory loss, suicidal thoughts. Are these signs of mental illness? Should you consult your physician? This book is for anyone seeking to understand their own symptoms or those of a loved one. Organized for easy use, this highly readable guide offers a wide range of information and advice on mental illness. "Hicks opens each chapter with a good story or character study, wasting no words and packing in much more than one might expect without getting heavy...A reservoir of useful knowledge, this belongs in almost every library serving real people."--Library Journal

LC 2004021535, ISBN 978-0-300-10657-2 (c.), ISBN 978-0-300-11694-6 (p.)

AASL: S/P

PLA: G


616.99

Torrey, E. Fuller

Surviving Prostate Cancer: What You Need to Know to Make Informed Decisions

304 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 33 b&w illus., index, $25.00 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

Yale University Press

"Fuller's comprehensive guide describes his own medical and personal experiences while offering detailed explanations of diagnostic and staging procedures, treatment options, potential complications, recurrence, risk factors, possible causes, and other essential topics backed with numerous references to the professional literature. Matter-of-fact discussions about such sensitive issues as sexuality, impotence, incontinence, and the value of support systems are lightened by cartoon illustrations...quotes from other men with the disease, and a comprehensive annotated list of books and web sites...An essential purchase for consumer health collections."--Library Journal (starred review)

LC 2006044726, ISBN 978-0-300-11640-3

AASL: S/P

PLA: G


617.482

Wilder, Esther Isabelle

Wheeling and Dealing: Living with Spinal Cord Injury

368 pp., 6" x 9", references, index, $69.95 cloth, $34.95 paper, CIP included

September 2006

Vanderbilt University Press

How many men and women cope with disability to live, love and work? In 32 unusually frank in-depth interviews, the men and women in this book freely discuss their sex lives, their beliefs about God, how they want others to treat them and whether they want to walk again. In each chapter, the author presents their complex voices and comprehensive research about different facets of spinal cord injury (SCI).

LC 2005035363, ISBN 978-0826-51534-6 (c.), ISBN 978-0826-51535-3 (p.)

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: G


617.7

Fekrat, Sharon and Jennifer S. Weize (Editors)

All about Your Eyes

224 pp., 6" x 9 1/2", 22 illus., $64.95 cloth, $18.95 paper, CIP included

January 2006

Duke University Press

A concise, easy-to-understand reference book, All about Your Eyes tells you what you need to know to care for your eyes and what to expect from your eye doctor. In this reliable guide, leading eye care experts explain how healthy eyes work, describe various eye diseases, including pink eye, cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy, and provide up-to-date information on eye surgery, including refractive, laser, and cosmetic.

LC 2005025674, ISBN 978-0-8223-3660-0 (c.), ISBN 978-0-8223-3699-0 (p.)

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: G


618.92

Emsellem, Helene and Carol Whiteley

Snooze... or Lose!: 10 "No-War" Ways to Improve Your Teen's Sleep Habits

256 pp., 6" x 9", bibliog., index, $24.95 cloth, CIP included

September 2006

The National Academies Press/Joseph Henry Press

Walk into any first-period high school classroom and it's obvious: teenagers are exhausted. Sleep deprivation is an epidemic as widespread as obesity--and just as damaging. It affects the lives of more than 41 million adolescents in the United States alone, taking its toll on nearly every aspect of a teenager's life, from emotional stability and behavioral issues to physical well-being and the potential for drug and alcohol abuse. While the natural maturing process and changing hormones do play a role, sleep--the right amount and the right kind--has now been targeted for its prime importance in overall success and well-being.

LC 2006011139, ISBN 978-0-3091-0189-9

AASL: G/HS

PLA: G


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620-639 Engineering and Agricultural Science


620

Petroski, Henry

Success through Failure: The Paradox of Design

235 pp., 5" x 8", 11 halftones, 4 line illus., $22.95 cloth, CIP included

April 2006

Princeton University Press

"Recent books have brought economics to the masses, and there now seems to be a trend to do the same with design...[T]his book ...is part of this very welcome trend. Success through Failure is insightful and accessible. I hope it is widely read."--J. M. Ottino, Nature. "From ancient Roman engineers dismayed at the failure of stone-arch bridges to twenty-first-century American architects stunned by the collapse of the Twin Towers, designers have frequently learned valuable principles through hard tutelage. Lucid and concise, this study invites nonspecialists to share in the challenge of trial-and-error engineering."--Bryce Christensen, Booklist

LC 2005034126, ISBN 978-0-691-12225-0

AASL: G/P

PLA: G


629.451

DeGroot, Gerard J.

Dark Side of the Moon: The Magnificent Madness of the American Lunar Quest

300 pp., 6" x 9", $29.95 cloth, CIP included

November 2006

New York University Press

Drawing on meticulous archival research, DeGroot cuts through the myths constructed by the Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson administrations and sustained by NASA ever since. He finds a gang of cynics, demagogues, scheming politicians, and corporations who amassed enormous power and profits by exploiting the fear of what the Russians might do in space. Exposing the truth behind one of the most revered fictions of American history, Dark Side of the Moon explains why the American space program has been caught in a state of purposeless wandering ever since Neil Armstrong descended from Apollo 11 and stepped onto the moon.

LC 2006016116, ISBN 978-0-8147-1995-4

AASL: G/P

PLA: G, S


635.092

Klindienst, Patricia

The Earth Knows My Name: Food, Culture, and Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans

304 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", $26.95 cloth

April 2006

Beacon Press

"Why have we tamed the history of gardening in America?" Patricia Klindienst asks. We are a democracy of gardeners yet, with few exceptions, the garden is presented as the province of the privileged and the white. Garden writing tends to exclude the stories of the ethnic peoples who have shaped our landscape for centuries, and the idea of the garden has been stripped of its cultural weight. The Earth Knows My Name speaks to this gap in our understanding, exploring the deeper implications of what it means to cultivate a garden and to grow one's own food.

LC 2005030607, ISBN 978-0-8070-8562-2

AASL: G/P

PLA: O, G


636.08

Cuny, Lynn Marie

Through Animals' Eyes, Again: Stories of Wildlife Rescue

136 pp., 6" x 9", 24 b&w photos, $22.95 cloth, $11.95 paper, CIP included

August 2006

The University of North Texas Press

From the author of Through Animals' Eyes come more true stories of animal rescue. Lynn Cuny founded Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WRR) in 1977 and now rescues more than 7,000 animals annually. Native animals are released back into the wild, and those non-native or severely injured animals that cannot be released become permanent Sanctuary residents. Stories range from the orphaned baby Rhesus monkey who found a new mother in an old monkey rescued from a lab, to the brave red-tailed hawk that was illegally shot, but healed to soar again. The stories will touch your heart and help you see "through animals' eyes."

LC 2006007394, ISBN 978-1-57441-216-1 (c.), ISBN 978-1-57441-217-8 (p.)

AASL: G/P

PLA: G


636.088

Grier, Katherine C.

Pets in America: A History

392 pp., 6 1/8" x 8 1/2", 100 illus., notes, index, $34.95 cloth, CIP included

February 2006

The University of North Carolina Press

In this portrait of Americans' relationships with the cats, dogs, birds, fishes, rodents, and other animals we call our own, Grier shows how the history of pets has evolved alongside changing ideas about human nature, child development, and community life. She focuses particularly on the period between 1840 and 1940, when the emotional, behavioral, and commercial characteristics of contemporary pet keeping were established. Includes 100 illustrations.

LC 2005017575, ISBN 978-0-8078-2990-5

AASL: G/P

PLA: G, S


639.1

Allsen, Thomas T.

The Royal Hunt in Eurasian History (Encounters with Asia Series)

416 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 21 illus., $55.00 cloth, CIP included

March 2006

University of Pennsylvania Press

From antiquity to the nineteenth century, the royal hunt was a vital component of the political cultures of the Middle East, India, Central Asia, and China. Besides marking elite status, royal hunts functioned as inspection tours and imperial progresses, a means of asserting kingly authority over the countryside. The hunt was, in fact, the "court out-of-doors," an open-air theater for displays of majesty, the entertainment of guests, and the bestowal of favor on subjects. This sweeping comparative work ranges from ancient Egypt to India under the Raj.

LC 2005058583, ISBN 978-0-8122-3926-3

AASL: G/P

PLA: S

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640-649 Home Economics


641.22

Johnson, Hugh

A Life Uncorked

384 pp., 7 3/8" x 9 5/8", 14 photos, 214 color illus., index, $34.95 cloth

March 2006

University of California Press

"Not so much an autobiography as a loving but bittersweet look back at bottles he's emptied and the people and places that produced them. He's a delightful writer who will make you hungry and thirsty, and the rare wine reviewer who can capture the essence of a bottle without resorting to winespeak."--The New York Times. "A memoir with a twist: It's as much about the history of wine over the past 40-plus years as it is about his life...It's an easy read that is best enjoyed with a glass or two of Johnson's own favorite wine: the best Bordeaux you can afford."--Bon Appetit

LC 2005052879, ISBN 978-0-520-24850-2

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: O, G


641.597

Sauceman, Fred W.

The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes of the Mountain South, from Bright Hope to Frog Level-First Course

210 pp., 6" x 9", photos, index, $25.00 cloth

March 2006

Mercer University Press

"It contains page after page of mouthwatering food set among some of the funniest and most fabulous stories you'll ever read about places you will never forget. I highly recommend this book; it's a homecoming feast."--Adriana Trigiani, author of Big Stone Gap. "The Place Setting is Southern born and Southern based and Southern basted, and you'll learn a goodly amount about the Mountain South and the people of Appalachia with just a hot stove and the good company of these wonderful stories."--Pat Conroy, author of The Prince of Tides

LC 2006004513, ISBN 978-0-86554-990-6

AASL: O, R/HS, P

PLA: RG


641.597

Staebler, Edna

Food That Really Schmecks: Mennonite Country Cooking

358 pp., 6" x 9", index, $32.95 paper, CIP included

December 2006

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

In the 1960s, Edna Staebler moved in with an Old Order Mennonite family to absorb their oral history and learn about Mennonite culture and cooking. From this fieldwork came the cookbook Food That Really Schmecks. Originally published in 1968, Schmecks instantly became a classic, selling tens of thousands of copies. Interspersed with wonderful recipes are Staebler's stories about cooking, Mennonites, her family, and Waterloo Region. Described by Edith Fowke as folklore literature, Staebler's cookbooks have earned her national acclaim. This edition includes a foreword by award-winning author Wayson Choy and a new introduction by the well-known food writer Rose Murray.

ISBN 978-0-88920-521-5

AASL: RG/HS, P

PLA: G


641.815

Kaplan, Steven Laurence

Good Bread Is Back: A Contemporary History of French Bread, the Way It Is Made, and the People Who Make It

384 pp., 6 1/4" x 9 1/2" 46 color illus., notes, index, $27.95 cloth, CIP included

November 2006

Duke University Press

Good Bread Is Back is a beautifully illustrated book for foodies and Francophiles alike. Widely recognized as a leading expert on French bread, the historian Steven Laurence Kaplan takes readers into aromatic Parisian bakeries as he explains how good bread began to reappear in France in the 1990s, following almost a century of decline in quality.

LC 2006012769, ISBN 978-0-8223-3833-8

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: S


647.957

Dawson, Carol and Carol Johnston

House of Plenty: The Rise, Fall, and Revival of Luby's Cafeterias

288 pp., 6" x 9", 48 b&w photos, index, $21.00 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

University of Texas Press

In 1911, Harry Luby founded a cafeteria empire that by the 1980s had revenues second only to McDonald's. Luby's Cafeterias became the country's largest cafeteria chain, creating more millionaires per capita among its employees than any other corporation of its size. Even more surprising, the company stayed true to Harry Luby's vision for eight decades, making money by treating its customers and employees exceptionally well. Written with the sweep and drama of a novel, House of Plenty tells the epic story of the rise, fall, and redemption of an iconic American restaurant, one of only five in the Fortune 500.

LC 2006009113, ISBN 978-0-292-70656-9

AASL: RG/HS, P

PLA: RG


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650-699 Business and Manufacturing


658.4

Radin, Beryl A.

Challenging the Performance Movement: Accountability, Complexity, and Democratic Values

260 pp., 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", bibliog., index, $24.95 paper, CIP included

June 2006

Georgetown University Press

In this thought-provoking book, government and public administration scholar Beryl A. Radin takes on many of the assumptions of the performance movement, arguing that evaluation relies too often on simplistic, one-size-fits-all solutions that are not always effective for dynamic organizations. Drawing on a wide range of ideas, including theories of intelligence and modes of thought, assumptions about numbers and information, and the nature of professionalism, Radin sheds light on the hidden complexities of creating standards to evaluate performance.

LC 2005027246, ISBN 978-1-58901-091-8

PLA: S


658.408

Esty, Daniel C. and Andrew Winston

Green to Gold: How Smart Companies Use Environmental Strategy to Innovate, Create Value, and Build Competitive Advantage

384 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/4", 20 b&w illus.,index, $25.00 cloth, CIP included

October 2006

Yale University Press

This indispensable guide explains what every manager should know and do with respect to the environment. Filled with examples and pragmatic how-to advice, the book shows how corporations can meet environmental challenges and become more profitable by building eco-thinking into their business strategies. "Two experts from Yale tackle the business wake-up-call du jour--environmental responsibility--from every angle in this thorough, earnest guidebook: pragmatically, passionately, financially and historically...For the responsible business leader, this volume provides plenty of (organic) food for thought."--Publishers Weekly

LC 2006022012, ISBN 978-0-300-11997-8

AASL: S/HS

PLA: O


658.45

Amernic, Joel and Russell Craig

CEO-Speak: The Language of Corporate Leadership

256 pp., 6" x 9", tables, index, $39.95 cloth, CIP included

February 2006

McGill-Queen's University Press

In a post-Enron world in which corporate accountability and ethical behavior have become increasingly important, Joel Amernic and Russell Craig consider the implications of the corporate language of leadership. Through a rhetorical analysis of the speeches and letters of chief executive officers, annual reports to shareholders, press releases, and company newsletters and websites, Amernic and Craig show that CEOs are elitist and exclusionary propagators of an often-biased stream of discourse.

C20059075112, ISBN 978-0-7735-3037-9

AASL: G/HS

PLA: S


659.1

Parkin, Katherine J.

Food Is Love: Advertising and Gender Roles in Modern America

304 pp., 6" x 9", 25 illus., $47.50 cloth, $24.95 paper, CIP included

June 2006

University of Pennsylvania Press

Modern advertising has changed dramatically since the early twentieth century, but when it comes to food, Katherine Parkin writes, the message has remained consistent. Advertisers have historically promoted food in distinctly gendered terms, returning repeatedly to themes that associated shopping and cooking with women. Foremost among them was that women should serve food to demonstrate love for their families. In identifying shopping and cooking as an expression of love, ads helped to both establish and reinforce the belief that kitchen work was women's work, even as women's participation in the labor force dramatically increased.

LC 2006042227, ISBN 978-0-8122-3929-4 (c.), ISBN 978-0-8122-1992-0 (p.)

AASL: not reviewed

PLA: O


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