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A multi-species perspective identifies and offers ethnographic insight into a variety of everyday, practical experiences and the roles they may play in shaping human–horse relationships. Analysis of… (More)
involvement, strong attachment to primary work groups and freedom from rigidly scheduled, machine dominated assembly line labor and supervisory constraints. The roles that women play, as actors in… (More)
Age-specific worldwide trends in cancer mortality were reviewed, with emphasis on cancer sites where increases have been reported in the USA. Cancer rates vary by factors as high as 30 between all… (More)
Abstract Longitudinal, participant observation research in a small southwest coast fishing village in Newfoundland, Canada, shows the dramatic and profound effects that the North Atlantic fisheries… (More)
Abstract Social science studies of fishing communities have tended to be highly focused on male activities and to regard women's work as domestic or as merely supplemental to that of men. This revi...
In the traditional Newfoundland maritime division of labor, men worked at sea on boats and women worked on the land in their households. Patterns of gender identity, work, and gender relations were… (More)
The nature of the cross-culturally occurring folk or popular complaint of nerves as a form of psychosomatic illness and idiom of distress has been speculated on by a wide variety of scholars. Much of… (More)