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Forcing Things Together That Are Normally Kept Apart

Public Health Knowledge and Smoking Practice

Simone J. Dennis

for over 50 of her 63 years. Believing with great conviction in the iron strength of her father’s lungs and her own inheritance of that strength, she was therefore immune to the fear campaign that she felt the state was running to get her to quit. “I

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Injury and Measurement

Jacob Grimm on Blood Money and Concrete Quantification

Anna Echterhölter

. Sometimes additional positions are involved, such as tossing backwards or holding onto a fence or animal during the procedure. These complications introduce chance in otherwise obvious measures of strength and skill ( Grimm [1828] 1992: 92) . Another example

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Corrective Capacities

From Unruly Politics to Democratic Capacitación

Susan Ellison

pathological strengths that inhere in Bolivian citizens – and in particular, poor and ethnically marked indigenous Bolivians. That ‘conflictual’ capacity is housed in both social organizations and the personhood of Bolivians who have been influenced by their

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Kendall House, Alexander King, and Karl Mertens

focus on the human rights of indigenous people (119, 174). Given the substantive findings outlined above, I found a few of the authors’ statements to lessen the strength of analysis or forego opportunities for synthesis. This includes the final

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Anthropologists and Healers

Radical Empiricists

Edith Turner

some of the boiled infusion and drank a cupful to give her healing strength. She handed me a little to try myself. It was bitter and heartening. At Netta’s house, I peeped into her bedroom. Clem, her grandson, was at the entrance. Netta was lying with

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Donald H. Holly Jr.

theater during World War II. Farley Mowat (1952: 9, 13 ), tormented by battlefield memories too, goes looking in the Canadian Arctic for a place where the “echoes of war had never been heard” and for a people who used their strength to survive, not fight

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Christopher Hill, Anna Bara, David Dettmann, Joseph Livesey, and Falk Huettmann

in French exile), and the American G. Cleyance (married to a Russian during Stalinism). These biographies exemplify the extraordinary strength, suffering, tragedy, and sophistication of the many people that acted in Siberia over time and during global

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Anna Bara, Tero Mustonen, and Oxana Zemtsova

on the extensively and meticulously systemized available scholarship. This could perhaps be considered a strength as it allows the readers to create their own mental map of the history of trade, incorporating not only those aspects that pertain to

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‘Integrating Human to Quality’

Capacity Building across Cambodian Worlds

Casper Bruun Jensen

[ing] individual strengths into a stronger and more resilient fabric’ ( 2002: 9 ). What is being woven are specific abilities that allow high-level bureaucrats and governmental elites to partner with bilateral development organizations like the UN or the World

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Incipient “commoning” in defense of the public?

Competing varieties of fiscal citizenship in tax- and spending-related direct democracy

Sandra Morgen and Jennifer Erickson

also grew in strength, support, and funding in the 1990s, its arguments for public education, vital public services, and investments in children and Oregon’s future rarely won the day. In its political narratives, the defense of the public good and of