Mastery, George Leonard

General Theory of Love, Lewis, Amini, Lannon

Finding Flow, Csikszentmihalyi

Howard  Hughes: The Untold Story, Peter Harry Brown

Molecules of Emotion, Candace Pert

The First Four Years, Laura Ingalls Wilder

Those Happy Golden Years, Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Breakout Principle, Herbert Benson

A History of God, Karen Armstrong

Younger Next Year: A Guide to Living Like You’re 50 Until 80 and Beyond, Chris Crowley, Henry Lodge

The Program for Better Vision, Dr. Leslie Salov

The Mind and the Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force,

The Power of Now, Ekart Tolle

Authentic Happiness, Martin Seligman

Intelligence in War, John Keegan (inspectional)

On Truth, Harry Frankfurt (inspectional)

The Grief Recovery Process, James & Friedman

Eye to Eye, Ken Wilber (inspectional)

Integral Psychology, Ken Wilber (inspectional)

How the Mind Works, Steven Pinker (inspectional)

Serious Training for Endurance Athletes, Sleamaker & Browning

Precision Heart Rate Training, Edmund Burke, (inspectional)

Healthy at 100, John Robbins (inspectional)

“Talking About Race, Learning About Racism,” Tatum

The Ethnic Myth, chapter 1, Steinberg

“Domination and Subordination,” Miller

“Validation of Acculturation: A Condition to Ethnic Assimilation,” Broom & Kitsuse

“White Names give Job Seekers an Edge,” AP

“Optional Ethnicities,” Waters

“Neither Real Americans Nor Real Asians,” Tuan

“Clemson Students Commemorate Dr. King,” Smoking Gun

“America Beats Kwan”

“Missing People and Others,” Madrid

“Invisible Knapsack,” McIntosh

“Refuse to Kneel,” Bray

“My Black Skin Makes my White Coat Vanish,” Lumuba-Kansongo

“A New Century: Immigration and the US,” Jernegan

“1965 Immigration Act,” Le

“History of the African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968)”

“Hispanic and Asian Populations Surge and Spread,” Tilove

“Assimilation versus Multiculturalism,” Newman

Immigrant America, chapter 1, Portes and Rumbaut

“America 2000: A Map of the Mix”

“The Three Americas,” Tilove

“Through Immigration and Exodus, a New Melting Pot,” Tilove

“Hispanic Businesses Driving Revitalization in Springfield”

“Hispanics now Largest among US Minorities,” Dietz

“The Second Generation from the Last Great Wave of Immigration: Setting the Record Straight,” Foner

“The Second Generation in Early Adulthood: new Findings from the Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study,” Rumbaut

“From Immigrants to Ethnics,” Waters

“Ethnic and Racial Identities of Second Generation Black Immigrants in New York City,” Waters

“New Sense of Race Arises Among Asian Americans,” Onishi

“America’s Immigration Quandry,” Pew Research Center

“White Heat,” Moser

“Are Whites ready to be a Minority?” Tilove

“The New Sunbelt,” Tilove

“Racial Identities in 2000: The Response to the Multiple-Race Response Option,” Farley

“Mixed Blessings,” Twu

“Getting Under My Skin,” Terry

“Multiraciality Reigns Supreme,” King

“Japanese American Internment,” Le

“Korematsu’s Legacy and the Treatment of Arab Americans,” Le

“Study – Asians in the US Still Seen as Foreigners,” Kang

“Children of Inmates: Effects of the Redress Movement among 3rd Generation Japanese Americans,” Takezawa

“Malkin’s Defense of Internment,” Glazov

“Telephone Threats Target Merchant,” Bishop

[The following entries by author syntoptical reads]

Adams, Carol J. The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory. New York: Continuum, 1990.

Allen, Michael W. “Values and Beliefs of Vegetarians and Omnivores.” Social Psychology 140 (2000): 405-422.

Amato, Paul, and Sonia Partridge. The New Vegetarians: Promoting Health and Protecting Life. New York: Plenum, 1989.

Arlin, Stephen, Fouad Dini and David Wolfe. Nature’s First Law: The Raw Food Diet. San Diego: Maul Brothers, 1996.

Beardsworth, Alan, and Teresa Keil. “The Vegetarian Option: Varieties, Conversions, Motives and Careers.” Sociological Review 40 (1992): 253-293.

Beardsworth, Alan, and Teresa Keil. Sociology on the Menu: An Invitation to the Study of Food and Society. New York: Routledge, 1997.

Berry, Rynn. Food for the Gods: Vegetarianism & the World’s Religions. New York: Pythagorean, 1998.

Byrnes, Stephen. The Myths of Vegetarianism. Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, 204 (2000): 72-82.

Diamond, Jared. The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal. New York: Harper-Perennial, 1993.

Dietz, Thomas, Ann Stirling Frisch, Linda Kalof, Paul Stern, Gregory Guagnano. “Values and Vegetarianism: An Exploratory Analysis.” Rural Psychology 60 (1995): 533-542.

Dovey, R., B. Wellen and M. Conner. “Attitudes Toward Following Meat, Vegetarian, and Vegan Diets: An Examination of the Role of Ambivalence.” Appetite 37 (2001): 15-26.

Dunne, Lavonne J. Nutritional Almanac. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002.

Eisman, George, Matt Ball and Anne Green. The Most Noble Diet: Food Selection and Ethics. Burdett, NY: Diet Ethics, 1994.

Farley, Dixie. “More People Trying Vegetarian Diets.” FDA Consumer 98-2296 (1997): 100-104.

Farley, Dixie. “More People Trying Vegetarian Diets.” FDA Consumer. December 1997: 10-13.

Farley, Dixie. “Vegetarian Diets: The Pluses and Pitfalls.” FDA Consumer 93-2258 (1992): 200-204.

Fox, Michael Allen. Deep Vegetarianism. Philadelphia: Temple U P, 1999.

Freeland-Graves, Jeane H., Sue A. Greninger and Robert K. Young. “A Demographic and Social

Profile of Age- and Sex-Matched Vegetarians and Nonvegetarians.” American Dietetic Association 86 (1986): 907-913.

Gilligan, Carol. In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development. Cambridge: Harvard U P, 1982.

Hamilton, Malcolm. “Eating Ethically: ‘Spiritual’ and ‘Quasi-religious’ Aspects of Vegetarianism.” Contemporary Religion 15.1 (2000): 65-83.

Iacobbo, Karen and Michael. Vegetarian America: A History. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004.

Iacobbo, Karen and Michael. Vegetarians and Vegans in America Today. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006.

Jabs, Jennifer, Carole M. Devine, and Jeffry Sobal. “Maintaining Vegetarian Diets: Personal Factors, Social Networks and Environmental Resources.” Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research. 59 (1998): 183-189.

Jabs, Jennifer, Carole M. Devine, and Jeffry Sobal. “Model of the Process of Adopting Vegetarian Diets: Health Vegetarians and Ethical Vegetarians.” Nutritional Education. 30 (1998): 196-202.

Kalof, Linda, Thomas Dietz, Paul Stern and Gregory Guagnano. “Social Psychological and Structural Influences on Vegetarian Beliefs.” Rural Psychology 64 (1999): 500-511.

Kim, Esther H. “Two Small Surveys, Twenty-five Years Apart, Investigating Motivations of Dietary choice in Two Groups of Vegetarians in the Boston Area.” American Dietetic Association 99 (1999): 598-691.

Lappe, Frances Moore. Diet for a Small Planet. New York: Ballentine, 1971.

Larsson, C. L., U. Ronnlund, G. Johansson, L. Dahlgren. “Veganism as Status Passage: The Process of Becoming a Vegan Among Youths in Sweden.” Appetite 41 (2003): 61-67.

MacNair, Rachel. “MacDonald’s ‘Empirical Look at Becoming Vegan.’” Society & Animals 9.1 (2001) 43-61.

Marcus, Erik. Vegan: The New Ethics of Eating. New York: McBooks, 2001.

Macnair, Rachel. “The Psychology of Becoming a Vegetarian.” Vegetarian Nutrition 2 (1998): 96-102.

Maurer, Donna. Vegetarianism: Movement or Moment? Philadelphia: Temple U P, 2002.

McDonald, Barbara. “Once You Know Something, You Can’t Not Know It.” Society & Animals 8.1 (2001) 1-23.

McGee, Harold. On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen. New York: Scribner, 2004.

Mullaney, Jamie L. Everybody is NOT Doing It: Abstinence and Personal Identity. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2006.

Orenstein, Peggy. “Totally Uncooked.” New York Times Magazine September  1, 2001: 52-55.

Pepperberg, Irene. “The Differences Between Humans and Nonhumans are Quantitative, Not Qualitative.” What Is Your Dangerous Idea? Ed. John Brockman. New York: Harper- Perennial, 2007. 10-12.

Pollan, Michael. “Unhappy Meals.” New York Times Magazine 28 January 2007.

Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s Dilemma. New York: Penguin, 2006.

“Position of the American Dietetic Association: Vegetarian Diets.”  American Dietetic Association 103 (2003): 748-765.

Rappaport, Leon. How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food. Toronto: ECW, 2003.

Robbins, John. Diet for a New America. Walpole, NH: Stillpoint, 1987.

Robbins, John. Healthy at 100: How You Can—At Any Age—Dramatically Increase Your Life Span and Your Health Span. New York: Random House, 2006.

Rozin, Paul, Karlene Hankeo, Paula Durlach. “Self-Prediction of Hedonic Trajectories for Repeated Use of Body-Products and Foods: Poor Performance, Not Improved by a Full Generation of Experience.” Appetite 46 (2006): 297-307.

Rozin, Paul, Maureen Markwith and Carolyn Stoess. “Moralization and Becoming a Vegetarian: The Transformation of Preferences into Values and the Recruitment of Disgust.” Psychological Science 8.2 (1997): 67-73.

Rozin, Paul, R. Bauer and D. Catanese. “Food and Life, Pleasure and Worry, Among American College Students: Gender Differences and Regional Similarities.” Personal Social Psychology 85.1 (2003): 132-141.

Sapontzis, Steve F., ed. Food for Thought: The Debate Over Eating Meat. New York: Prometheus, 2004.

Simeons, A. T. W. Man’s Presumptuous Brain: An Evolutionary Interpretation of Psychosomatic Disease. New York: Dutton, 1960.

Simon, Michelle. Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines our Health and How to Fight Back. New York: Nation, 2006.

Spencer, Colin. The Heretic’s Feast: A History of Vegetarianism. London: Fourth EstateLimited, 1993.

Stahler, Charles. “How Many Vegetarians Are There?” Vegetarian Journal July/August 1994

“Vegetarianism.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America. 2004 ed.

Walker, Chip. “Meet the New Vegetarian.” American Demographics 17.1 (1995) 100-110.

Worsley, Anthony and Grace Skrzypiec. “Teenage Vegetarianism: Beauty or the Beast?” Nutrition Research 17 (1997): 391-404.

Zey, Mary, and Mcintosh. “Predicting Intent to Consume Beef: Normative Versus Attitudinal Influences.” Rural Sociology 57 (1992): 250-265.

[End sytoptical reads]

The Curious Researcher: A Guide to Writing Research Papers, Bruce Ballenger

English Vocabulary Elements, Denning, Leben

“Herge,” New Yorker

The Family Tree, Pruned: It’s lure is powerful, but Genealogy is Meaningless, Relatively,” Richard Conniff, Smithsonian

“Duped: Can Brain Scans Uncover Lies?” New Yorker, 7/2/07

“Lassez-Faire is More: A Revisionist History of the Depression,” John Updike New Yorker, 7/2/07

“How I Spent the War: A Recruit in the Waffen SS,” Gunter Grass, New Yorker, 6/4/07

The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman

Mother Tongue, Bill Bryson

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