40.5 December 2003
The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology (now titled the Canadian Review of Sociology) is the journal of the Canadian Sociological Association. The CRS is committed to the dissemination of innovative ideas and research findings that are at the core of the discipline. The CRS publishes both theoretical and empirical work that reflects a wide range of methodological approaches. It is essential reading for those interested in sociological research in Canada and abroad.
The journal has been published since February 1964. The Review is published quarterly, in February, May, August and November.
This issue's articles include:
Introduction by Ann Denis and Aysan Sev'er
Challenging National Border from Within: The Political-Class Formation of Mount Everest by Susan E. Frohlick
Entre innovation et conservation: la Nouvelle Broderie commerciale maya by Marie-José Nadal
"What Colour Is Your English?" by Gillian Creese and Edith Ngene Kambere
Negotiating Boundaries of Refugee Resettlement: A Study of Settlement Patterns and Social Support by Laura Simich
Changing Boundaries: Sorting Space, Class, Ethnicity and Race in Ontario by Leo Driedger