The University of Toronto Press, 2020 (In Press).
Sierra Club Books, 2004; iUniverse 2009.
Examines the laws, community impacts, and political realities surrounding airport expansions in the United States.
Suitable for both undergraduate and applied graduate courses, this engaging, applied and experiential new textbook shows students how OB can help them solve real world problems.
Originally published by Houghton Mifflin, THE 59-SECOND EMPLOYEE has sold more than 100,000 copies and has been reprinted in numerous foreign editions. It was a Publishers Weekly annual best-selling trade paperback.
Researchers Hooked on Teaching: Noted Scholars Discuss the Synergies of Teaching and Research in University Life.
Co-edited with Peter J. Frost. Sage Publications, 1997.
Students and scholars in fields related to psychology, sociology, and business--particularly those who are pursuing a career in college teaching--will find these personal essays thought-provoking. With candor and warmth, our contributors discuss the hard choices they have made between their commitment to teaching and their interest in research.
Can a person really feel happy and fulfilled when alone? Can a person alone find love and meaning in life? The answers in this book are energizing...
Originally published by HarperCollins.
This is a short book I wrote for comic relief from all of the other stuff I write. It is an adventure story populated with some of the great characters in the Hobby. Filled with baseball trivia, it will challenge and maybe even amuse you. BE THE FIRST IN YOUR STATE TO BUY ONE!
"One of the strengths of Andre's book is her observation about the ways in which traditional assumptions about women as homemakers influence the fate of the growing numbers of young women who combine homemaking with part-time jobs, or who hold paying jobs for much of their lives but drop out of the labor force when their family responsibilities are heaviest."
--THE NEW REPUBLIC
"Useful...based on admirable values [and] practical familiarity with the situation of homemakers."
--Elinor G. Barber, POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY
"An ambitious attempt, perhaps the first by an academician, to respond to Betty Friedan's dictum that 'the second feminist agenda, the agenda of the '80s, must call for the restructuring of the institutions of home and work."
--Laurie Shields, NEW DIRECTIONS FOR WOMEN