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Medical Ethnography over Time

Penetrating “the fog of health” in a Nigerian community, 1970–2017

Murray Last

Too often, research into the health of a particular community is brief and superficial, focusing only on what is public and leaving the private health of women and children ‘foggy’. By contrast, long-term anthropology can offer access to processes taking place within a local culture of illness. Here, an account of a community’s experience of health over the past 50 years not only outlines the key changes as seen anthropologically but also shows how even close ethnography can initially miss important data. Furthermore, the impact of a researcher – both as a guest and as a source of interference – underlines how complex fieldwork can be in reality, especially if seen through the eyes of the researcher’s hosts.

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Protest Wave or Protest Spike?

An Examination of European Protest Activity, 2008–2012

Matthew Schoene

2017 ). I dropped Austria, Croatia, Iceland, Latvia, Italy, Greece, and Lithuania because of missing data issues. In order to merit inclusion in the current analysis, countries needed to participate in both the 2008 and 2012 waves, and the

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Qihao Ji and Arthur A. Raney

did not statistically differ across the two conditions ( χ 2 = 1.81, p = .18). The mean age was 21.5 ( SD = 4.14). All items were answered properly without missing data. Correlations, means, and standard deviations for all variables for each film

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Evert Van de Vliert

and rich countries. Predictive Validity Test Although data on climatic demands, wealth resources, and privileged culture were available for 127 countries, the sample had to be restricted to 106 countries because of missing data on agrarianism

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The District Leadership Cadre of the Stasi

Who Were These Men and Why Did They Not Crush Mass Protest in 1989?

Uwe Krähnke, Anja Zschirpe, Philipp Reimann and Scott Stock Gissendanner

county offices. These officers, who ranked from Major to Lieutenant General, commanded the district’s 3,400 employees in 1989. Note that in the statistics presented below, the sample size is less than fifty-nine in some cases due to missing data. We