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Sleep and psychological characteristics of children on a psychiatric inpatient unit.
OBJECTIVE To assess the association of objective measures of sleep-wake patterns and psychological status and abuse history of children hospitalized in a psychiatric inpatient unit. METHODExpand
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Imagined communities and real victims : self-determination and ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia
In this article I view “ethnic cleansing” in terms of the structural logic advanced by Mary Douglas (1966) and manifested in the constitutions of the republics of the former Yugoslavia. TheseExpand
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Rape and Rape Avoidance in Ethno‐National Conflicts: Sexual Violence in Liminalized States
Mass rape is a common but not universal occurrence in ethnic or nationalist conflicts. Using South Asian and Bosnian data, in this article I argue that mass rape is likely when such conflicts takeExpand
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Blueprints for a House Divided: The Constitutional Logic of the Yugoslav Conflicts
If a house divided against itself cannot stand, does it help to declare it a condominium? This book examines why the common Yugoslav and Bosnian houses came to be divided, and how internationalExpand
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Antagonistic Tolerance
  • R. Hayden
  • Sociology
  • Current Anthropology
  • 1 April 2002
This paper develops a concept of competitive sharing to explain how sacred sites that have long been shared by members of differing religious communities and may even exhibit syncretic mixtures ofExpand
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Constitutional Nationalism in the Formerly Yugoslav Republics
The results of the first free elections in Yugoslavia since World War II, held in 1990, set the stage for the civil war that broke out in summer and fall 1991. In those elections, stronglyExpand
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Somatic, cognitive and emotional characteristics of abused children in a psychiatric hospital
A systematic review of medical records of one hundred consecutive admissions to a children's psychiatric inpatient unit was conducted to assess specific somatic, cognitive and emotionalExpand
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Desire for fertility among HIV-seroconcordant and -discordant couples in Lusaka, Zambia
Pregnancy rates and the desire to conceive are increasing among women living with HIV in Africa. However, attempts to conceive may increase the risk of HIV transmission or reinfection. A betterExpand
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Disputes and arguments amongst nomads : a caste council in India
This book provides the first detailed analysis of a traditional Indian legal institution, a caste panchayat. It discusses the organization of the panchayat, the cases handled by it and the rationaleExpand
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Anthropology in the Margins of the State
Anthropology in the Margins of the State. Veena Das and Deborah Poole, eds. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 2004. 330 pp.
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