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Making Do in Damascus
Navigating a Generation of Change in Family and Work

Sally K. Gallagher

Cloth $45.00s    |    978-0-8156-3299-3    |    2012

"Fills an important gap in our substantive knowledge of this area of the world."—Sylvia Vatuk, University of Illinois at Chicago

"Engaging and well-written. . . . An important contribution to scholarship on families in the Middle East."—Lisa Pollard, author of Nurturing the Nation: The Family Politics of Modernizing, Colonizing, and Liberating Egypt, 1805—1923

  Making Do in Damascus

  Sally K. Gallagher is professor of sociology at Oregon State University. She is the author of Evangelical Identity and Gendered Family Life and Older People Giving Care: Helping Family and Community, as well as numerous journal articles on gender, family, and caregiving.

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6 x 9, 344 pages, 2 tables, notes, glossary, bibliography, index

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