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Naturally Occurring Interactions and Guidance Codifications in Healthcare Communication Analysis: the Case of Praising Obese Patients

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Architectural Firms in Transylvania. Objective Positions and Field Positioning

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Health Champions and Their Circles of Influence as a Communication Mechanism for Health Promotion

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When “Germany” became the new “France”? Royal Dining at the Bavarian Court of Maximilian II and the Political Gastronomy of Johann Rottenhöfer in Transnational European Perspective, 1830–1870

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The Always Embedded State: Six Types of State-Society Interaction

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