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Cooperation for forest protection in Southeast Asia: the role of Japan and its domestic interest groups

-460. Sagara, M., 2009. A Twenty-Year History of a Forest NGO in Japan. For. Econ. Res. 55, pp. 65-74. San-in Godo Bank, 2007. Survey on environmental awareness and financial products (Kankyō ishiki to kinyushōhin ni kan suru ankēto). Schreurs, M. A., 1997. State soveregnity, in: Hashmi, S.H. (Ed.), Conservation, Development and State Sovereignty: Japan and the Tropical Timbers of Southeast Asia. Penn State Press. Schreurs, M. A., 2004. Assessing Japan’s Role as a Global Environmental Leader.Policy Soc. 23, pp. 88

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Coffee: An Indian Ocean Perspective

Narration of a Sufi Past. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Lyon, S., 2007. Maya Coffee Farmers and Fair Trade: Assessing the Benefits and Limitations of Alternative Markets, Culture and Agriculture 29(2), pp.100-112. McStocker, R., 1987. The Indonesian Coffee Industry, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 23(1), pp.40-69. Moseley, B., 1792. A Treatise Concerning the Properties and Effects of Coffee. London: J. Sewell. Méndez, V.E., 2008. Farmers’ Livelihoods and Biodiversity Conservation in a Coffee

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Between Language Revitalization and Assimilation: On the Language Situation of the German Minority in the Czech Republic

Listhaug 2009 “Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities and Political Participation in Europe.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51 1-2 111 136 Šatava, Leoš. 2009. Jazyk a identity etnických menšin: možnosti zachování a revitalizace [Language and Identity of Ethnic Minorities: Possibilities of Conservation and Revitalization]. Praha: SLON. Šatava Leoš 2009 Jazyk a identity etnických menšin: možnosti zachování a revitalizace [Language and Identity of Ethnic Minorities: Possibilities of Conservation and Revitalization] Praha SLON Spolsky, Bernard. 1998

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The Vaccine and Its Simulacra: Agnotology, Ontology and Biopolitics in France, 1800–1865

powerlessness of the anti-vaccinators From the 1880s, the arm-to-arm method of vaccination was abandoned. Vaccines were produced on heifers rather than humans. In the »vaccine institutes«, strict procedures limited the risk of contagion: disinfection of the lymph, microscopic examination, cultures and analysis of bacterial flora, refrigerated conservation, and test inoculation into rabbits and then a few children before general distribution of the vaccine pulp. Antoine Drouet, Instituts vaccinogènes et variole. Études statistiques portant sur la ville de Lyon, Lyon 1897

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Space and Administrative Boundaries at the Birth of the Italian Kingdom

the criteria that had led to the reform or conservation of the territorial districts«; this deficiency »caused very great inconvenience in every part of the administration, and even greater inconvenience to citizens, who have not found a guide to proceed through this tangle of jumbled divisions lacking any clear design«. Cesare Correnti / Pietro Maestri: Annuario statistico italiano. Anno II. – 1864, Torino 1864, p.45–46: »tante vorrebbero essere le topografie amministrative, quanti sono i ministeri: e ancora non basterebbe, dacchè Il ministero, per esempio, delle

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