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Struggles Around Representation and in/Visibility in Everyday Migrant Irregularity in Sweden

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“Social Sciences” or “Disciplines of the Subject”?

, Philippe. op. cit . 35. 43 Hülsmann, Jörg Guido. Winter 2002. “Facts and Counterfactuals in Economic Law”. Journal of Libertarian Studies, vol. 17, n°1, (Winter 2002): 57-102, quoted by Simonnot, Philippe. op. cit . 36. 44 Jorion, Paul. op. cit. . 18. 45 See below the three characterictics of the “sujéité” classified by Nisole Jean- André. 46 Burda, Michael and Wyplosz, Charles. 1993. “Macroéconomie, une perspective européenne” by Boeck, Bruxelles , p. 108, quoted by Simonnot, Philippe. op. cit

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The controversial discourse on beer in Iceland

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Openness of the Public to Right-Wing Extremism and Social Distance to Minorities

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Alcohol Consumption Among Ghanaian Women of Child Bearing Age – What are the Correlates?

Population Studies, University of Ghana. Barros, M. B. A., Botega, N. J., Dolgala-Prondo, P., Marin-Leon, L. and Oliveira, H. B. 2007. “Prevalence of Alcohol Abuse and Associated Factors in a Population-based Study.” Rev Saude Publica 41(4):502-509. Brown, T. L., Parks, G. S. and Zimmerman, R. S. 2001. “The Role of Religion in Predicting Adolescents’ Alcohol Use and Problem Drinking.” Journal of Studies on Alcohol 62(5):696-705. Cheah, Y. K. and Rasiah, R. 2017. “Analysis of the Determinants of Alcohol Consumption among Adult Males in Malaysia

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Implementation of substitution treatment in Finland: Beyond rationalisation and medicalisation

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Challenges, Counselling Needs, and Coping Strategies of Students with Visual Impairment in Regular Secondary Schools in Nigeria

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Social Inclusion and Exclusion in the Life Stories of Deported Asylum Seekers from Finland to Iraqi Kurdistan

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Contesting Family in Finnish and Canadian Immigration and Refugee Policy

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Assemblage of Pastoral Power and Sameness

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