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Steven Brooke, Dafne Accoroni, Olga Ulturgasheva, Anastasios Panagiotopoulos, Eugenia Roussou, Francesco Vacchiano, Jeffrey D. Howison, Susan Greenwood, Yvonne Daniel, Joana Bahia, Gloria Goodwin Raheja, Charles Lincoln Vaughan, Katrien Pype, and Linda van de Kamp

forms it takes, the increasing professionalization of the ministry that has transformed lowcountry religion, and the growing commodification of Gullah/Geechee culture and the concomitant increase in the number of tourists and journalists visiting there

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Legacies, Trajectories, and Comparison in the Anthropology of Buddhism

Nicolas Sihlé and Patrice Ladwig

( Covell 2005 ), but also its limits. Thus, it is not Dumontian renouncers, but a qualified, limited form of renunciation that one finds in Tibetan monasticism ( Mills 2003 ). Recent ethnographies have also focused on processes of commodification ( Kitiarsa

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The Ethics of Collective Sponsorship

Virtuous Action and Obligation in Contemporary Tibet

Jane Caple

little attention. There has been some examination of moral responses to the politics of patronage and/or to the perceived commodification of lay-monastic relations that are seen to undermine the social order (notably, monastic status). An obvious example

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Tristan Josephson, Marcin B. Stanek, Tallie Ben Daniel, Jeremy Ash, Liz Millward, Caroline Luce, Regine Buschauer, Amanda K. Phillips, and Javier Caletrío

production of “race” in the commodification of labor, in the racial segregation within the Australian settlements, and in the regulation of marriage and kin relations between Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders with Indonesian settlers. And yet

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Dirty Work, Dangerous Others

The Politics of Outsourced Immigration Enforcement in Mexico

Wendy Vogt

Violence and the Commodification of Undocumented Central American Migrants .” American Ethnologist 40 ( 4 ): 764 – 780 . Vogt , Wendy . 2017 . “ The Arterial Border: Negotiating Economies of Risk and Violence in Mexico's Security Regime

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Holly Thorpe

undergone rapid growth and are at various stages of commodification and institutionalization. 19 However, many everyday, recreational participants continue to embrace a different ethos that values self-expression, creativity, physical and social play, and

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Giving Aid Inside the Home

Humanitarian House Visits, Performative Refugeehood, and Social Control of Syrians in Jordan

Ann-Christin Wagner

adds to wider discussions about the commodification of suffering for organizations’ marketing material and refugee advocacy in the Global North ( Pupavac 2008 ). From the start, representations of Syrian suffering in the media were a central component