Axtell, Roger E.
. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1991.
The author presents acceptable and unacceptable body language and gestures as viewed by different countries and cultures.
Carter, Stephen L.
The Culture of Disbelief
. New York: Doubleday, 1993.
The author makes a case for the practice of religious freedoms in one’s public as well as private life.
Krause, Harry D.
St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1988.
This book presents U.S. family law in simple laymen terms. It includes actual cases and decisions.
Multicultural Teaching To Combat Racism In School and Community.
Staffs., England: Trentham Books Ltd., 1987.
This book contains reviews of articles and studies that deal with racism. Although there is a particular emphasis on the educational system in England, it is relevant to our system in America.
Lipson, Barclay Greta, Romatowski, Jane A.
Carthage, IL: Good Apple Inc., 1983.
This book contains various activities that introduce students to the achievements, foods, music and general culture of various ethnic groups.
More Than Shin Deep: Developing Anti-racist Multicultural Education in Schools.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1991.
This book peers into institutionalized racism, and challenges teachers to develop curriculum that reflects a more anti-racist and multicultural approach to education.
Miller, Barbara, Parisi, Lynn.
Teaching About Law And Cultures.
Social Science Education Consortium, 1992.
Part of a culture/law education project, this publication presents the clash between the law and culture of Japan, Southeast Asia and Mexico.