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Gender and Society[Wilkins] reveals the shared and nuanced cultural repertories and resources each group uses as they engage in the identity work that enables them to resolve the problems of whiteness in America. . . . A fine analysis. Her book will hold much appeal for scholars of various sorts as well as undergraduate and graduate students, particularly those in courses investigating gender and race, youth, culture, and social inequalities.
— Amy L. Best