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Table of Contents
|The Reader||p. 1|
|Between Generations||p. 3|
|The Ties That Bind||p. 7|
|The Only Child||p. 11|
|Ignorance is Not Bliss||p. 14|
|Senior-Teener: A New Hybrid||p. 17|
|Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A National Perspective||p. 23|
|Your Place is Empty||p. 27|
|My Man Bovanne||p. 46|
|Between Genders||p. 54|
|The Appeal of the Androgynous Man||p. 55|
|The Androgynous Man||p. 59|
|A New Vision of Masculinity||p. 63|
|Not All Men are Sly Foxes||p. 72|
|Men as Success Objects||p. 75|
|Women: Invisible Cages||p. 80|
|A Work of Artifice||p. 87|
|Date Rape||p. 89|
|When a Woman Says No||p. 98|
|Where are You Going, Where Have You Been?||p. 101|
|Angry Young Men||p. 118|
|Between Cultures||p. 123|
|Living in Two Worlds||p. 124|
|To Live in the Borderlands Means You...||p. 127|
|In Rooms of Women||p. 130|
|"Indians": Textualism, Morality, and the Problem of History||p. 137|
|Crimes Against Humanity||p. 159|
|On the Subway||p. 168|
|Proper Care and Maintenance||p. 170|
|When the Government Decides Your Race||p. 184|
|Like Mexicans||p. 188|
|Between Perceptions||p. 194|
|The Bridge Poem||p. 195|
|Living under Circe's Spell||p. 198|
|An Open Letter to Jerry Lewis||p. 201|
|The Blind Always Come as Such a Surprise||p. 205|
|Discrimination at Large||p. 207|
|Bodily Harm||p. 210|
|The Myth of Thin||p. 216|
|Black Men and Public Space||p. 219|
|The Atlanta Riot||p. 224|
|Mommy, What Does "Nigger" Mean?||p. 230|
|Between Values||p. 240|
|Solid Waste: Treasure in Trash||p. 244|
|Who's Not Supporting Whom?||p. 252|
|The Seinfeld Syndrome||p. 260|
|Is Seinfeld the Best Comedy Ever?||p. 266|
|Discriminating Tastes: The Prejudice of Personal Preferences||p. 269|
|In Groups We Shrink||p. 274|
|Why Johnny Can't Disobey||p. 277|
|Second Thoughts on the Information Highway||p. 287|
|Get a Life?||p. 291|
|Three Ways of Meeting Oppression||p. 295|
|The Rhetoric||p. 299|
|Prewriting as Discovery||p. 301|
|Organizing and Drafting an Essay||p. 322|
|Revising an Essay||p. 350|
|Methods for Developing Essays||p. 376|
|Writing the Research Paper||p. 455|
|The Handbook||p. 509|
|Understanding How Sentences Work||p. 513|
|Understanding Common Errors||p. 522|
|Understanding Punctuation||p. 539|
|Understanding Faulty Word Choice||p. 558|
|Understanding Commonly Confused Words||p. 562|
|Author Index||p. 574|
|Subject and Title Index||p. 576|
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