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From Informal Exchanges to Dual Practices. The Shadows of the Romanian Health Care Reform

:// [Last accessed: 12.05.2014]. Vlădescu, C., Scîntee, G., Olsavssyky, V. (2008). Romania. Health system review. Health Systems in Transition , 10(3):1-172. Wright, E.O. (2012). 2011 A.S.A. Presidential Address: Transforming Capitalism through Real Utopias. American Sociological Review , 20(10):1-25.

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štatistický úrad (Statistic Office of the Slovak Republic) (2019). Rok 2018: Slovensko starne, počet seniorov prvýkrát prevýšil počet detí, retrievable at , accessed at 25 th of April, 2019. SME (2015). Available at: Vaňo, B. (2015). Súčasný a očakávaný populačný vývoj na Slovensku a jeho spoločenské a ekonomické dopady. Prognostické práce , 7 (3), 273-293, available at: .

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Social and Spatial Continuities and Differentiations among Portuguese Ciganos: Regional Profiles

.pdf (Accessed: 20.10.2015). Ivanov, A., Keller, S., and Till-Tentschert, U. (2015). Roma Poverty and deprivation: the need for multidimensional ant-poverty measures. University of Oxford. POHI, Working Paper No. 96. (Accessed: 20.10.2015). Kasmir, S. and Carbonella, A. (2008). Dispossession and the anthropology of Labor. Critique of Anthropology. Vol. 28 (1): 5-25. Kertesi, G., and Kézdi, G. (2011). Roma employment in Hungary after the post-communist transition. Economics of Transition , 19

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People, Space and Culture – Dimensions of Intergenerational Relationships. Introduction , accessed on January 25 th , 2019. Neshama, A., Delagrange, K., Raglang, C. (2006). Elder Co-housing: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? Communities , 32 (14), 60–69. Neumanová, E. (1979). Pracovné aktivity starého človeka na dedine a jeho postoje k súčasnosti očami psychológa. [Work Activities of Elderly People in Villages and Their Attitudes through the Eyes of a Psychologist]. Slovenský národopis , 27 (2), 273–277. Onderčaninová, A. (1987). Postavenie starých ľudí v rodine a spoločnosti [The Position of Elderly People

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Introduction: Enquiries Into Contemporary Ritual Landscapes

Forms. Lecture, Collége de France, Paris, March 6. (accessed January 3, 2017). Goldman, Marcio. 2011. An Afro-Brazilian Theory of a Creative Process: An Essay in Anthropological Symmetrization. - Challenge of Epistemology: Anthropological Perspectives, edited by Christina Toren and João de Pina Cabral. New York, NY: Berghahn, 108-129. Halloy, Arnaud. 2013. Objects, Bodies and Gods: A Cognitive Ethnography of an Ontological Dynamic in the Xangô Cult

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Cultural Identities in Sustaining Religious Communities in the Arctic Region: An Ethnographic Analysis of Religiosity from the Northern Viewpoint

Biosciences 1: 491–512. DOI: . Gregory, N. G. 2005. Recent Concerns about Stunning and Slaughter. – Meat Science 70 (3): 481–491. DOI: . Hall, Elif Eroglu and Sevim Nurdan. 2016. Halal Food Consumption Intention by Turkish Immigrants. – International Journal of Business and Management Invention 5 (11): 36–40. Hall, Edward T. 1966. The Hidden Dimension . New York, NY: Doubleday. Hall, Edward T. 1976. Beyond Culture . New York, NY: Doubleday

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Historical Narratives of Sinophobia – Are these echoed in contemporary Australian debates about Chineseness?

transportation was abolished because pastoralists required these ‘coolies’ to labour. Few Chinese migrants arrived independently until the Gold Rush period. In Victoria, where the richest gold reserves were found, the number of Chinese migrants peaked in 1857, when 25,421 people were recorded as entering, of whom only three were women. The 1925 Year Book describes the various efforts made by each colony to restrict Chinese migration. These culminated in uniform legislation introduced in 1881 and strengthened in 1888, which reduced the number of arrivals. Four reasons are given

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Religion and culture in Europe: law, policies and realities

religion, is evidenced in the recent example of the “burkini” in France. This modest body-covering swimwear, originally developed in Australia, and understood by some Muslims to be “Shariah compliant” is favoured by some Muslim women and others ( Glassman, 2016 ; Liphshiz, 2016 ; Covertogs, 2016 ). The choice to don the burkini by Muslim women is widely reported as being religiously motivated. More than 25 mayors of southern French towns and cities issued bans on the burkini during the 2016 summer of Northern Hemisphere. Religion in the EU is governed by the European

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