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Stefan Sacchi and Thomas Meyer

References Abadie, Alberto und Guido W. Imbens. 2008. On the failure of the bootstrap for matching estimators. Econometrica 76(6): 1537-1557. Acock, Alan C. 2005. Working with missing values. Journal of Marriage and the Familiy 67(4): 1012-1028. Austin, Peter C. 2011. An introduction to propensity score methods for reducing the effects of confounding in observational studies. Multivariate Behavioral Research 46(3): 399-424. Babel, Jacques, Laurent Gaillard und Pascal Strubi. 2013

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Agnes Dumas

Higher “Femininity” Scores: A General Population Cohort Study. International Journal of Epidemiology 36(3): 612–620. Hyde, Janet S. 2005. The Gender Similarities Hypothesis. American Psychologist 60(6): 581–592. Kaplan, Mark S. and Gary Marks. 1995. Appraisal of Health Risks: The Roles of Masculinity, Femininity, and Sex. Sociology of Health & Illness 17(2): 206–221. Krieger, Nancy. 2005. Embodiment: A Conceptual Glossary for Epidemiology. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 59(5): 350–355. Ladwig, Karl-Heinz, Birgitt Marten

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Zahid Shahab Ahmed

extremists for setting scores against members of other Muslim sects, such as Sunnis against Shias. Looking at the recent history of Pakistan with reference to the promotion of pluralism, the era of General Pervez Musharraf – 1999–2002 Chief Executive of Pakistan and 2001–2008 President of Pakistan – should be analysed. The focus of this paper is to analyse relevant aspects of Musharraf’s regime before and after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 (henceforth 9/11). It was a time when the global landscape suddenly shifted following the 9/11 terrorists attacks