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Queer desire in Japanese TV series

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Self-Responsibility of the Japanese Hostages in Iraq: Discourse Analysis of Japanese Daily Newspapers Concerning the Self-Responsibility Discussion in April 2004

one cannot influence. The government is led up the garden path. Mediators are effective for the mixed feelings of mourning and joy?]. April 13, 2004f, p. 4 Asahi Shinbun 朝日新聞. “Jieitai tettai o negau koe mo kike” 自衛隊撤退を願う声も聞け [Listen also to the voices that call for SDF withdrawal]. April 13, 2004g, p. 11 Asahi Shinbun 朝日新聞. “Aisawa fukudaijin. ‘Hōjin kaihō naku, ikan.’ Chūkokujin/roshiajin ha Kaihō” 逢沢副大臣「邦人解放なく、遺憾」。中国人・ロシア人は解放 [Vice-Foreign Minister Aisawa. ‘Sorry, Japanese are not released.’ Chinese/Russians freed]. April 14, 2004h, p. 1 Asahi

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The Social Presences in Text-Based Collaborations Via Electronic Devices: Measuring the ‘Online-Self’ of the Young Generation in Bangladesh

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Deborah Lupton: Digital Health. Critical and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives

References Andreassen, Hege K., Tronsden, Marianne, Kummervold, Per Egil, Gammon, Deede et al. 2006. Patients Who Use E-Mediated Communication with Their Doctor: New Constructions of Trust in the Patient–Doctor Relationship. Qualitative Health Research 16(2): 238−248. Caron, Jessica, Light, Janice. 2015. “My World Has Expanded Even Though I’m Stuck at Home”: Experiences of Individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Social Media. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 24(4): 680

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Occupational Stress as a Correlate of Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Psychological Capital Among Graduate Employees in Nigeria

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Social Capital and Political Participation: A Case Study from Rural Bangladesh

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Evaluating the Level of Burnout among Healthcare Professionals

Dimensions of Job Burnout. Journal of Applied Psychology 81: 123–136. Leiter, Michael P., Maslach, Christina. 2009. Nurse Turnover: The Mediating Role of Burnout. Journal of Nursing Management 17: 331–339. Maslach, Christina. 1976. Burned-Out. Human Behaviour 5(9): 16–22. Maslach, Christina, Jackson, Susan, 1997. The Maslach Burnout Inventory Manual. Evaluating Stress: A Book of Resources. 191–218. Maslach, Christina, Jackson, Susan, 1981. The Measurement of Experienced Burnout. Journal of Occupational Behaviour 2: 99–113. Maslach

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Environmental Sustainability Practices of Immigrant-Owned Small and Medium Enterprises in South Africa

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