Introduction to the Volume

  title={Introduction to the Volume},
  author={Gary Haynes},

Considering Race within Early Childhood Education: A Misunderstood and Underexplored Element of Family-School Partnerships in Child Care

This chapter explores the contribution of racial ethnic socialization to family-school partnerships during the early childhood period. Racial ethnic socialization entails verbal and nonverbal

“We’re Just Family, You Know?” Exploring the Discourses of Family in Gay Parents’ Relational Talk

ABSTRACT To date, little is known about how gay male parents discursively create and sustain family identity and how they position themselves in relation to the dominant heteronormative discourses of

What counts as critical interpersonal and family communication research? A review of an emerging field of inquiry

ABSTRACT A critical turn is currently taking place in interpersonal and family communication (IFC) studies, thereby reorienting the predominantly post-positivist, rationalist, and individualist

Comparing Contexts, Institutions and Periods of the Émigrés’ Arrival and Possible Return

  • L. PriesP. Yankelevich
  • Political Science
    European and Latin American Social Scientists as Refugees, Émigrés and Return‐Migrants
  • 2018
The contrasts between two distinct experiences of academic exile allow for outlining a series of conclusions concerning the similarities and differences of the cases. First of all, it must be noted

Performative and subversive negotiations of face in parent–child communication about childbearing choice across generations

ABSTRACT Some women who previously told others they never wanted to have children ultimately do become mothers. These women negotiate their own and their children’s childbearing identities. Using

“Love Needs to Be Exchanged”: A Diary Study of Interaction and Enactment of the Family Kinkeeper Role

Family kinkeepers enact an important role centered on interaction and maintaining family relationships. The researchers studied kinkeeping communication in light of mediated communication, topics

Korean Adoptees’ Discursive Construction of Birth Family and Adoptive Family Identity Through Names and Labels

Framed by a social constructionist approach to language, this study explored Korean adoptees’ naming and labeling practices for members of their birth family and the motives underlying these choices.

(Re)Conceptualizing Family Communication: Applying Deetz’s Conceptual Frameworks within the Field of Family Communication

ABSTRACT This article explores trends in metatheoretical approaches to research within family communication studies. In particular, in this work I critique the traditional philosophical perspective,



The call of distant mammoths : why the ice age mammals disappeared

1 The Time Machine.- 2 Heart of Darkness.- 3 When Worlds Collide.- 4 The Once and Future Kingdoms.- 5 Wheel of Fortune.- 6 The Hunger.- 7 The Kill Curve.- 8 The Lost World.- 9 Nevermore.- 10 The

Late Pleistocene Horse Hunting at the Wally's Beach Site (DhPg-8), Canada

Evidence from the Wally's Beach site in southwestern Alberta indicates Pleistocene horses were hunted by Clovis age peoples. A number of artifacts are associated with a horse skeleton, including a

Early Man in the New World

When did the first settlers of the Americas arrive? What can we discover about their culture? Distinguished archaeologists and anthropologists take advantage of fresh finds from major excavations,

Older Than We Thought: Implications of Corrected Dates for Paleoindians

Radiocarbon dates for the terminal Pleistocene are about 2,000 years too young. Furthermore, because of significant carbon perturbations that are manifest as plateaus or abrupt jumps in age,

Identification of Horse Exploitation by Clovis Hunters Based on Protein Analysis

Four 14C dates indicate that the Wally's Beach site was in use between 11,000 and 11,300 B.P.C, demonstrating use of Equus by Clovis hunters.

Deciphering North American Pleistocene Extinctions

  • D. Grayson
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of Anthropological Research
  • 2007
The debate over the cause of North American Pleistocene extinctions may be further from resolution than it has ever been in its 200-year history and is certainly more heated than it has ever been

The Eternal Frontier: An Ecological History of North America and Its Peoples

"The Eternal Frontier" leads the reader on a 65-million-year quest to understand the formation of North America. From the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous