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Revue Suisse de sociologie/ Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie
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Leisurely consumption, the legacy of European cafes

, Harlow, Pearson Longman. Chu, S., Downes, J, J., 2000, Odour evoked autobiographical memories, psychological investigations of the Proustian phenomena, Chemical Senses, 25, 111 - 116. Clayton, A., 2003, London’s Coffee Houses, London, Historical Publications Ltd. Cleave, P., 2014, Postcards as a source of data in hospitality research, Hospitality and Society, 4.3, 311-320. Clunn, H., 1929, Famous south coast pleasure resorts past and present. London, Whittingham and Co. Cohen, E., Avieli, N

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Influence of food taboos on nutritional patterns in rural communities in Cameroon

References Book single author Freuchen P. (1961) Book of the Eskimos. New York, Fawcett; 1961. Harris M. (1985) Good to eat – Riddles of food and culture. New York, Simon and Schuster. Journal Article, single author Balee W. (1985) “Ka’apa” ritual hunting. Human Ecol.13:485–510. Fomine F. L. (2009) Food Taboos in Precolonial and Contemporary Cameroon: A Historical Perspective. Gastronomica Vol. 9, No. 4 (Fall 2009), pp. 43-52. Macht M. (2008) How emotions affect eating: a five-way model. Appetite. 50:1–11. Odebiyi A. J

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Influence of food taboos on nutritional patterns in rural communities in Cameroon

References Book single author Freuchen P. (1961) Book of the Eskimos. New York, Fawcett; 1961. Harris M. (1985) Good to eat – Riddles of food and culture. New York, Simon and Schuster. Journal Article, single author Balee W. (1985) “Ka’apa” ritual hunting. Human Ecol.13:485–510. Fomine F. L. (2009) Food Taboos in Precolonial and Contemporary Cameroon: A Historical Perspective. Gastronomica Vol. 9, No. 4 (Fall 2009), pp. 43-52. Macht M. (2008) How emotions affect eating: a five-way model. Appetite. 50:1–11. Odebiyi A. J

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“What’s the Big Deal to Be Romanian if You Don’t Have What to Eat” : Food Practices in “Transition”

. Coada pentru hrană. Un mod de viaţă. [ Romania. Queue for Food. A Way of Life ] Bucharest: Litera. Chelcea, L. (2002). ‘The Culture of Shortage During State-Socialism: Consumption Practices in a Romanian Village in the 1980s’. Cultural Studies , 16(1): 16–43. Collier, S. J. (2011). Post-Soviet Social: Neoliberalism, Social Modernity, Biopolitics . Princeton: Princeton University Press. Gille, Z. (2009). ‘The Tale of the Toxic Paprika. The Hungarian Taste of Euro-Globalization’. In Caldwell, M. L (ed.) Food and Everyday Life After State Socialism

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Analyzing Behavior Within Networks After Fragmentation. The Coagulant Agent Approach

(2002) ‘Destabilizing Networks’. Connections , 24(3): 79-92. Carley, K. M., J. Reminga and N. Kamneva (2003) ‘Destabilizing Terrorist Networks’, http://repository.cmu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1031&context=isr . Retrived: August 26, 2013. Cooke, R.J.E. (2006) Link Prediction and Link Detection in Sequences of Large Social Networks Using Temporal and Local. Department of Computer Science: University of Cape Town. Everton, S. (2013) Disrupting Dark Networks . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Gourley, S., J. C. Bohorquez, A. Dixon

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Legitimising Strategies in the Field of Independent Cultural Production: the Case of Reissue Record Labels in the USA

’. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 24(2):217-237 Freidberg, S. (2003) ‘Cleaning up down south: supermarkets, ethical trade, and African Horticulture’. Social and Cultural Geography , 4:27-43. Garnham, N. (1987) ‘Concepts of Culture – Public policy and the cultural industries’. Cultural Studies, 1(1):23-37 Hesmondhalgh, D. (1998) ‘The British Dance Music Industry: A Case Study of Independent Cultural Production’. British Journal of Sociology, 49(2):234-51 Hesmondhalgh, D. (1999) Indie: The Institutional Politics and Aesthetics of a Popular

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Neoliberalism: A Foucauldian Perspective

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A Casuistic explanation to Hizbullah’s realpolitik: Interpreting the re-interpreted

East. New York, Oxford University Press. George, R. D. A. B. a. J. (2012). An Introduction to International Relations New York, Cambridge University Press. Hallaq, W. B. (2005). The Origins and Evolution of Islamic Law. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Halliday, F. (2005). The Middle East in International Relations: Power, Politics and Ideology. United kingdom, Cambridge University Press. Hamzeh, A. N. (2004). In the Path of Hizbullah. New York, Syracuse University Press. Harik, J. P. (2004). Hezbollah: The Changing Face of

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Personal Network Analysis and Health among Latinas

.” American Journal of Public Health 99: 936-43. Fishbein, Martin, and Icek Ajzen. 1975. Belief, attitude, intention, and behavior: An introduction to theory and research . Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Frank, Lauren B. 2015. “Social norms about a health issue in work group networks.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12: 11621-11639. Hornik, Robert and Itzhak Yanovitzky. 2003. “Using theory to design evaluations of communication campaigns: The case of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign

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