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integration’ for young foreigners in exchange for ‘help’ in the household. Unlike other forms of globalised professional care work such as nursing (cf. Wrede & Näre 2013 ), the au pair stay is officially not regarded as a work relation but rather a form of mutual support between both parties on equal terms. The relation between au pair and employer is officially interpreted as a quasi-family relation involving a parent–child hierarchy. In this interpretation, the au pair is denounced as ‘part of the family’ and referred to as ‘the girl’, who is placed in a ‘host family

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Asian Biomedicine Vol. 4 No. 3 June 2010; 499-500 Shantavasinkul P, Tantawichien T, Wilde H, Sawangvaree A, Kumchat A, Ruksaket N, Lohsoonthorn V, Khawplod P, Tantawichien T. Post-exposure rabies prophylaxis completed in 1 week: preliminary study. Clin Infect Dis. 2010; 50:56-60. This seminal study from Thailand may significantly shorten the time, reduce costs, and increase compliance for rabies post-exposure (PEP) treatment. If confirmed by a second independent study, it could replace other intradermal schedules approved by WHO, such as the Thai Red Cross and 8

caution is warranted when interpreting analyses that attribute surprising protective effects to preventive medications. In other words, be careful about confusing association with causation.) This article was presented by Robert E. Dedmon (E-mail: News from other pages 10.2478/abm-2010-0025

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that often celebrates the transgressive state of multiracial “in-betweenness”, the reality is that those who are or are perceived to be multiracial are still seen as out of place and “Other”. The existence of a mixed-race population is a result of different migration and colonial histories in each society. Multiraciality is considered a relatively recent phenomenon in Germany ( King-O’Rhiain et al. 2014 ). Relatedly, Germany has been considered (and considers itself) a monoracial state. The existence of a multiracial Korean population in Germany can be attributed to