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as a resource for
beginners and for
sionals and environ-
Paul F. Hudak,
Ph.D., is an associate
professor of geography
at the University of
Diane Negra, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of radio,
television and film at the University of North Texas.
HYD9ROGEOLOG of Diagnostic and
D Structured Interviewing
By HrLrictnr ogersc
Paul iE Hudak
American Culture and
Ethnic Female Stardom
By Diane Negra
how the "ethnicity"
of white European
has played a key
role in the mythol-
ogy of American
identity and nation
focuses on six key
stars of the silent,
classical and post-classical eras of Hollywood
to demonstrate how each illuminates aspects
of ethnicity, gender, consumerism and class
at work in American culture.
She discusses 1920s silent film star Colleen
Moore, who played up her Irish roots; Polish silent
film star Pola Negri; Norwegian ice skater Sonja
Henie, a star of 1930s and '40s Hollywood musi-
cals; Austrian-born star Hedy Lamarr; Italian
American Marisa Tomei; and Cher, who, though
vithout significant ties to a European homeland,
considered an "ethnic chameleon."
n the last decade,
have used standard-
ized interviews to
evaluate clients for
syndromes such as
ders. Designed for
this handbook addresses the issues of validity and
clinical applicability in the use of structured and
diagnostic interviews for psychological assess-
ment. The book reviews the interviews used pri-
marily by psychologists and other mental health
professionals and is a comprehensive guide to the
selection of standardized interviews.
Richard Rogers, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at
the University of North Texas.
Crime Victim Rights
By Peggy M. Tobolowsky
Carolina Academic Press
efore the emergence of a victims' movement
in the United States in the 1970s, crime vic-
tims had only limited formal rights and remedies in
the modern American justice system, but federal
and state authorization of crime victim rights and
remedies has increased exponentially since then.
Current statutes directly or indirectly affecting
crime victim rights are estimated to number in the
tens of thousands,
and a majority of
states have victim-
In this book,
describes the con-
stitutional and leg-
principal crime vic-
tim rights and remedies and leading judicial opin-
ions that have interpreted them. The book also
includes information on implementation, relevant
research and a sampling of policy analysis.
Peggy M. Tobolowsky, J.D., is a professor of criminal
justice at the University of North Texas.
Mass Media and the
Politics of Change
By Jerry L.Yeric
F.E. Peacock Publishers Inc.
eric addresses the media's role in altering
the American political landscape in both
the process of government and the institutions
that govern. The book begins with the evolution
of the media in American politics from the par-
tisan press to the Internet and examines the
role and effect of the media in a democratic
society. Other topics covered include the issue
of bias, the influence of the media elite, the way
candidates use the
media to sell them-
selves and their
policies, and the
impact of polls on
lerry L. Yeric,
Ph.D., is an associate
professor of political
science at the Univer-
sity of North Texas.
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