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BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations in a population-based study of male breast cancer
BackgroundThe contribution of BRCA1 and BRCA2 to the incidence of male breast cancer (MBC) in the United Kingdom is not known, and the importance of these genes in the increased risk of female breastExpand
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Gender, race, militarism and remembrance: the everyday geopolitics of the poppy
This article offers a feminist analysis of how British military violence and war are, in part, made possible through everyday embodied and emotional practices of remembrance and forgetting. FocusingExpand
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War, Identity and the Liberal State: Everyday Experiences of the Geopolitical in the Armed Forces
War, Identity and the Liberal State critically examines the significance of gender, race and sexuality to wars waged by liberal states and the soldiers who wage them. Drawing on original fieldworkExpand
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Polymorphisms in CYP1A1 and smoking: no association with breast cancer risk.
Several studies have investigated polymorphisms in CYP1A1 and breast cancer risk with inconsistent results. We have carried out a population based case-control study of the Thr461Asn and Ile462ValExpand
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Effecting Discrimination
In recent years, the British military has introduced a number of policies aimed at recruiting and sustaining demographically diverse armed forces. Central to these is a “zero-tolerance” approach toExpand
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Raising an army: the geopolitics of militarizing the lives of working-class boys in an age of austerity
This article examines the political and social impact of elevating military values in society in a context of austerity. Centering on discussions around two British government “military ethos”Expand
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Harnessing Social Diversity in the British Armed Forces: The Limitations of ‘Management’ Approaches
This article explores how the British Ministry of Defence's aim to accommodate and harness a demographically diverse workforce is undermined by the ways it seeks to manage this change. By focusing onExpand
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Encounters with the Military
This conversation developed from a panel titled “Interrogating the Militarized Masculine: Reflections on Research, Ethics and Access” held at the May 2013 International Feminist Journal of PoliticsExpand
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BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations in Russian familial breast cancer
We have screened index cases from 25 Russian breast/ovarian cancer families for germ‐line mutations in all coding exons of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, using multiplex heteroduplex analysis. InExpand
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Liberal militarism as insecurity, desire and ambivalence: Gender, race and the everyday geopolitics of war
The use and maintenance of military force as a means of achieving security makes the identity and continued existence of states as legitimate protectors of populations intelligible. In liberalExpand
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