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Mobile Eating: A Cultural Perspective

., L. Falk, E. Madore, C. Blake, M. Jastran, J. Sobal, and C. Devine (2007) ‘Dimensions of Everyday Eating and Drinking Episodes’. Appetite, 48(2):218-231. Cohen, L. (2003) A Consumers’ Republic. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press Devine, C., T. Farrell, C. Blake, M. Jastran, E. Wethington, and C. Bisogni (2009) ‘Work Conditions and the Food Choice Coping Strategies of Employed Parents’. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 41(5): 365-370. Dixon, J., D. Woodman, L. Strazdins, C. Banwell, D. Broom, and J

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Building Business Relationships Through the Web: How Medical Technology Companies Enroll Stakeholders in Innovation Development and Uptake

Health Care Innovation? Arguments for an Integrated Policy-Oriented Research Agenda’, Journal of Health Services Research & Policy , 13: 251-254. Miles, M. B. and A. M. Huberman (1994) Qualitative Data Analysis . Beverly Hills: Sage. Mitka, M. (2008) ‘Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Medical Device Under Scrutiny’, Journal of the American Medical Association , 300: 1985-1986. Muzyka, D., Birley, S. and B. Leleux (1996) ‘Trade-offs Investment Decision of European Venture Capitalists’. Journal of Business Venturing , 11: 273-287. Nakayama

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Women’s Social Capital in Academia: A Personal Network Analysis

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