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Telling Tales?

Subjective Ethnography and Situated Narratives in Longitudinal Research on Violence in Nicaragua

Dennis Rodgers

problematic for longitudinal research, as Annette Lareau has described in the second edition of her book Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life (2011). This offers a very honest discussion about the negative reaction of the youths and families she

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Eluding the Esculacho

A Masculinities Perspective on the Enduring Warrior Ethos of Rio de Janeiro's Police

Celina Myrann Sørbøe

social and historical contexts ( Connell 1995 ). Further, any form of masculinity is always intersecting with race, class, sexual orientation, and so on ( Shields 2008 ). Thus, gender is not an individual attribute but an emergent property of social

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The State of Emergency at Home

House Arrests, House Searches, and Intimacies in France

Flora Hergon

prioritized and controlled differently depending on race, class, gender, and age,” ( Le Renard 2019: 20, my translation ) as well as on religion as I suggest here. In this context, the intimate refers to a social construct depending on the ability to control

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Changing Narratives of Intimate Partner Violence

A Longitudinal Photo-Ethnography

Heith Copes, Lindsay Leban, and Jared Ragland

interacted with us. While the lead researchers’ current social standing differed from those who took part in the study, their similar background (working class families from the South) and race appeared to help gain access to and develop rapport with

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Seeking Recognition, Becoming Citizens

Achievements and Grievances among Former Combatants from Three Wars

Johanna Söderström

-combatant and Veteran Policies and Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Perspective,” University of St. Andrews , 25–27 April . Brooks , Jennifer E. 2004 . Defining the Peace: World War II Veterans, Race, and the Remaking of Southern