Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002

Gerharz E (2009) Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology; 361.

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2009
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361
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0936-3408
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Gerharz E. Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002. Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology. Vol 361.; 2009.
Gerharz, E. (2009). Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002 (Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology, 361).
Gerharz, E. (2009). Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002. Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology, 361,.
Gerharz, E., 2009. Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002, Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology, no.361,
E. Gerharz, Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002, Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology, vol. 361, 2009.
Gerharz, E.: Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002. Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology, 361. (2009).
Gerharz, Eva. Ambivalent Positioning. Reflections on Ethnographic Research in Sri Lanka during the Ceasefire of 2002. 2009. Working Papers in Development Sociology and Social Anthropology. 361.

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