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Sport and Tourism Between Modernity and Postmodernity

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An Analysis Of “The Gymnastics Battle At Stockholm Elementary Schools”

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Traditional games and fun of the Roma community inhabiting eastern Poland. An anthropologicalethnomethodological perspective

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Population Policy Adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Interplay of Global and Local Forces

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Ageing and health in the Arab region: Challenges, opportunities and the way forward

. http://www.csa.org.lb/cms/assets/csa%20publications/policy%20briefs%20pdfs/csa_policy_brief_issue1_voices_of_the_care_givers.pdf . Accessed 5 September 2017. Sibai, A.M. and Yamout, R. (2012). Family-based old-age care in Arab countries: Between tradition and modernity. In H. Groth and A. Sousa-Poza (Eds.) Population Dynamics in Muslim Countries: Assembling the Jigsaw, pp. 63-78. WDA Forum and Springer Press. Sibai, A.M., Tohme, R., Yount, K.M., Yamout, R., Kronfol, N. (2012). The older Arab – From veneration to vulnerability? In S. Jabbour, R. Giacaman

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