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1941 - 2022

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Volume 81, issue 1, 2022

The Intersecting Identities of Chinese Urban Middle‐Class Women: Stories from Two Popular TV Shows pp. 29-39 Downloads
Xiaoshuo Hou
Herstories in Contemporary Indian Films pp. 41-52 Downloads
Radha Rajapandian, Sivakumar Iyyanar, Saravanakumar Arumugam and Mc Bala Krishnan
The Image of Modern Urban Women in Early Chinese Female Films pp. 53-63 Downloads
Qinghua Chu
Visible Women in Chinese Feminist Movies pp. 65-77 Downloads
Qing Tang
From Black Girl to Roma: Domestic Workers and the Intersection of Race/Ethnicity, Class, and Gender pp. 79-90 Downloads
Aslihan Yurdakul
The Dao of Oshin pp. 91-100 Downloads
Xia Gan, Zhihe Wang, Lan Yu and Rong Hu
“Singgappenne”: Women's Sports in Tamil Cinema pp. 101-113 Downloads
Premalatha Karupiah
Representing Women Entrepreneurs in Tamil Movies pp. 115-125 Downloads
Thangaraja Arumugam, S. Sethu, V. Kalyani, S. Shahul Hameed and P. Divakar
The Portrayal of Women in Popular Punjabi Music pp. 127-142 Downloads
Nancy
Dalit Women in Cinema: A Narrative of Gender and Caste pp. 143-157 Downloads
S. Lalitha and Ajeet Kumar Pankaj
Negotiating Gendered Spaces and Contextualizing the Female Body: Reading Indian Films pp. 159-172 Downloads
Premila Swamy D
Women in Oppressive Societies as Portrayed in Kollywood Movies pp. 173-185 Downloads
V. Kalyani, Thangaraja Arumugam and M. Surya Kumar
The Portrayal of Women’s Empowerment in Select Indian Movies pp. 187-205 Downloads
Dhanabalan Thangam, Gurunath Rao Vaidya, Gopalakrishnan Subramanian, Kalyani Velusamy, Karthigai Selvi Govindarajan and Jin Yong Park
Portraying Women in Advertisements: An Analogy Between Past and Present pp. 207-223 Downloads
Thangaraja Arumugam, B. Latha Lavanya, Vignesh Karthik, Kalyani Velusamy, Uday Kiran Kommuri and Divakar Panneerselvam
Disney, Little Women, and Me pp. 225-237 Downloads
Rosa Filoi

Volume 80, issue 5, 2021

The Bible Helps Us Address Environmental Destruction and Social Injustice, Part 1: The Stories of Genesis pp. 1283-1301 Downloads
Carol Frances Johnston
The Bible Helps Us Address Environmental Destruction and Social Injustice, Part 2: From Abraham to Jesus pp. 1303-1322 Downloads
Carol Frances Johnston
Land Tenure and the Biblical Idea of Social Justice pp. 1323-1343 Downloads
David Giesen
Biblical Sabbath as Critical Response in an Era of Global Pandemic and Climate Change pp. 1345-1380 Downloads
Richard H. Lowery
Social Justice and the Hebrew Prophets pp. 1381-1404 Downloads
Walter J. Houston
Swords into Plowshares as a Peace Challenge: Peace Discourse in Isaiah 2 and the Tonghak Peasant Rebellion pp. 1405-1427 Downloads
Hye Kyung Park
Historical Consciousness, Part I: Origins and Characteristics pp. 1429-1454 Downloads
John B. Cobb
Historical Consciousness, Part II: Responding to Racism, Ecological Threats, and the Fragmentation of Modern Universities pp. 1455-1473 Downloads
John B. Cobb
Nightmares of a Dying World and the Dream of a Counter‐Apocalypse pp. 1475-1493 Downloads
Catherine Keller

Volume 80, issue 4, 2021

Editor’s Introduction: Economics and the Option for the Poor pp. 1051-1059 Downloads
Charles M. A. Clark
A Revolution in Catholic Thought on Poverty: Engaging the Poor Means Engaging in History pp. 1061-1086 Downloads
Thomas M. Kelly
Should a Christian Party Conceive Policies in Line with the Preferential Option for the Poor? Italian Historical Experience, 1946–1993 pp. 1087-1108 Downloads
Luca Sandonà and Stefano Solari
Development Policy and the Poor, Part 1: The Preferential Option for Merchants, Capitalists, and Bureaucrats pp. 1109-1129 Downloads
Charles M. A. Clark
Development Policy and the Poor, Part 2: Preferential Option for the Poor pp. 1131-1154 Downloads
Charles M. A. Clark
“The Poor Feel it the Most”: The Antilles Bishops, the Poor, and Climate Change pp. 1155-1172 Downloads
Anna Kasafi Perkins
“Builders of a New Social Bond”: Fratelli Tutti on Good Politics and the Challenge of Inequality pp. 1173-1203 Downloads
Suzanne Mulligan
Catholic Social Thought and Design Thinking: Putting the Option for the Poor into Practice pp. 1205-1231 Downloads
Stephanie Ann Y. Puen
Poverty in “Transition”: 30 Years After and in the Pandemic pp. 1233-1258 Downloads
Aleksandr Gevorkyan and Jacob Assa

Volume 80, issue 3, 2021

Editor’s Introduction: What Movies Teach About Race, Class, and Caste pp. 839-862 Downloads
Clifford W. Cobb
In Hollywood, Representation of Marginalized People Has its Moment pp. 863-874 Downloads
Michael Harrington
Land and Social Status in Movies pp. 875-886 Downloads
Mark Wadsworth
Movies and the Complexity of U.S. Racial Inequity pp. 887-901 Downloads
David Giesen
Disparaging vs. Recognizing the White Working Class in Friends, Desperate Housewives, and The Big Bang Theory pp. 903-913 Downloads
Zhihe Wang
Representation of Caste and Class in Modern Tamil Films pp. 915-929 Downloads
Radha Rajapandian, Bharathi Dhanapal and Sivakumar Iyyanar
Caste Amid Aspiration and Opportunity: Everyday Struggles of Dalits to Gain Access to Education pp. 931-947 Downloads
Ajeet Kumar Pankaj
What it Means to Be a Muslim Living in India: Insights from Experience and from Bollywood Movies pp. 949-963 Downloads
Mohammad Niyaz Ahmad
Social Accountability in Movies: Speculations on Legal Principle and Emotional Reasoning pp. 965-975 Downloads
Yang Zhou
The “New Urban Poor” Identity: Evidence from China pp. 977-990 Downloads
Chen Tong
The Marginalization of Migrant Workers Reflected in Chinese Movies and TV pp. 991-1003 Downloads
Jinhua Ke, Xiaofeng Fu and Rong Hu
Denigrating Images of Migrant Workers in Two Chinese Soap Operas pp. 1005-1012 Downloads
Qinghua Chu, Yu Bu and Zhixiu Lu
The Sentiments of the Marginalized in Movies: A Symptom of Chinese Society pp. 1013-1025 Downloads
Kunyu Wang and Guidan Zhang
The Evil of the Buttocks: Negative Labeling of Latino Blackness Through Caribbean Music, and How They Learned to Play the Game pp. 1027-1040 Downloads
Daniel Castro Aniyar

Volume 80, issue 2, 2021

Private Urban Land Tenure: Revisiting Anne Haila’s Work on its Nature, Critique, and Alternatives pp. 291-324 Downloads
Franklin Obeng‐Odoom
Land and Housing in Singapore: Three Conversations with Anne Haila pp. 325-351 Downloads
K. C. Ho
The Infinite Elasticity of Air: New York City’s Financialization of Transferable Development Rights pp. 353-380 Downloads
Elliott Sclar
Media and the Meanings of Land: A South Korean Case Study pp. 381-425 Downloads
Bokyong Shin and Chaitawat Boonjubun
Revisiting the Concept of the Property State: Private Landowners and Suburban Development in Hong Kong pp. 427-464 Downloads
Yung Yau and Tin Choi Cheung
Private Landed Property and Finance: A Checkered History pp. 465-502 Downloads
Josh Ryan‐Collins
Privatizing the Urban Commons Under Ambiguous Property Rights in China: Is Marketization a Remedy to the Tragedy of the Commons? pp. 503-547 Downloads
Yiming Wang and Jie Chen
Agricultural Land Issues in the Middle East and North Africa pp. 549-583 Downloads
Rafaelle Bertini and Abdallah Zouache
Religious Land as Commons: Buddhist Temples, Monastic Landlordism, and the Urban Poor in Thailand pp. 585-636 Downloads
Chaitawat Boonjubun, Anne Haila and Jani Vuolteenaho
Waqf and the Urban Housing Question: Islamic Land Donations for Housing in Bangkok pp. 637-663 Downloads
Sefer Kahraman
Urban Village Shareholding: Cooperative Economic Organization in Northeast China pp. 665-697 Downloads
Haoxuan Sa
The Political Economy of Land and Reparations: The Case of Reparations for African Americans in the 21st Century pp. 699-720 Downloads
A.B. Assensoh and Yvette M. Alex‐Assensoh
Government Infrastructure Investment Dividends and Urban Development pp. 721-745 Downloads
John Pullen
Economic Insanity pp. 747-755 Downloads
Franklin Obeng‐Odoom
Urban Development, Land Use, and Spatial Planning for Settlements: Lessons Learned from Yogyakarta City, Indonesia pp. 757-775 Downloads
Rini Rachmawati
Oil Cities in Africa: Beyond Just Transition pp. 777-821 Downloads
Franklin Obeng‐Odoom
The Commons in an Age of Uncertainty: A Review Essay pp. 823-833 Downloads
Ulrich Duchrow

Volume 80, issue 1, 2021

Editor’s Introduction: The Crises of Higher Education in the United States and How to Solve Them pp. 11-22 Downloads
Alexandra W. Lough
The University of Crisis pp. 23-51 Downloads
Paul Cook
Is Higher Education Making Students Dumb and Dumber? pp. 53-77 Downloads
Hershey Friedman
Neoliberalism and the Crisis in Higher Education: The Cost of Ideology pp. 79-112 Downloads
Beth Mintz
The Crisis in Public Higher Education: A New Perspective pp. 113-131 Downloads
Richard Cebula and James Koch
How Institutional Identity Shapes College Student Recruitment: The Relationship Between Religious Distinctiveness and Market Demand pp. 133-159 Downloads
P. Jesse Rine, Joshua T. Brown and James M. Hunter
Immigration Status and Postsecondary Opportunity: Barriers to Affordability, Access, and Success for Undocumented Students, and Policy Solutions pp. 161-186 Downloads
Victoria Ballerini and Miriam Feldblum
Online Education in a Pandemic: Stress Test or Fortuitous Disruption? pp. 187-203 Downloads
Kenneth Ronkowitz and Lynnette Condro Ronkowitz
Choosing Transformation Over Tradition: The Changing Perception of Online Education pp. 205-229 Downloads
Kenneth Ronkowitz and Lynnette Condro Ronkowitz
A Shared‐Cost‐Profit Model of Teaching Materials for Higher Education pp. 231-252 Downloads
Melanie Banfield
Education Crisis, Workforce Preparedness, and COVID‐19: Reflections and Recommendations pp. 253-274 Downloads
Raghu Krishnamoorthy and Keith Keating
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