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Language, Emotion, and Politics in South India: The Making of a Mother Tongue
Acknowledgments Note on Transliteration and Spelling Introduction: A New Emotional Commitment to Language 1. From Language of the Land to Language of the People: Geography, Language, and Community inExpand
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EFFECTS OF IN UTERO AND LACTATIONAL AMMONIUM PERCHLORATE EXPOSURE ON THYROID GLAND HISTOLOGY AND THYROID AND SEX HORMONES IN DEVELOPING DEER MICE ( PEROMYSCUS MANICULATUS ) THROUGH POSTNATAL DAY 21
Thyroid gland hormone levels and histology and sex hormone levels in developing deer mice ( Peromyscus maniculatus ) were measured following in utero and lactational exposure to ammonium perchlorateExpand
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IN UTERO AND LACTATIONAL EXPOSURE TO AMMONIUM PERCHLORATE IN DRINKING WATER: EFFECTS ON DEVELOPING DEER MICE AT POSTNATAL DAY 21
The effects of in utero and lactational exposure to ammonium perchlorate (AP), a component of rocket fuel and a thyroid toxicant, on developing deer mice ( Peromyscus maniculatus ) were evaluated.Expand
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Civility and collective action: Soft speech, loud roars, and the politics of recognition
Analyzing the relationship between collective action and civility within the world’s largest democracy, this essay argues that, rather than being a precondition for democratic participation or aExpand
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The Visual Turn in Political Anthropology and the Mediation of Political Practice in Contemporary India
Attention to the visual within the political anthropology of India has focused almost exclusively on spectacle and the excessively visible. This paper examines the question of visibility byExpand
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DHEA administration in poor responders
may have been influenced by the presence of M540 bodies. M540 bodies are indeed mysterious structures. They stain positively with merocyanine, a fluorescent membrane probe normally associated withExpand
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‘To stop train pull chain’
Many political practices in India are today regarded as disruptive, extralegal, violent or otherwise detrimental to India’s democratic record, yet at the same time they have functioned in the pastExpand
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Parallel Languages, Parallel Cultures
Linguistically bounded literatures, such as Telugu or Kannada literature, appear today as entities that have existed as meaningful categories nearly as long as the languages themselves. However, thisExpand
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Introduction: Language, genre and historical magination in south India
This special issue of The Indian Economic and Social History Review considers the emergence of novel forms of cultural production in nineteenth and twentieth century south India, forms which haveExpand
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