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Volume 4 , Number 3
October 2016

Sallie Han & Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
Election Day: The Construction of Democracy through Technique
Kimberley A. Coles – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 19 Issue 4: 551-580 (2004)
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The “Trials and Errors” of Politics: Municipal Elections at the Lebanese Border
Michelle Obeid – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 34, Issue 2: 251-267
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Clashing Claims: Neopatrimonial Governance, Land Tenure Transformation, and Violence at Enoosupukia, Kenya
Scott Matter – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 33, Issue 1: 67-88 (2010)
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“You Can’t Buy a Vote”: Meanings of Money in a Mumbai Election
Lisa Bjorkman – American Ethnologist. Vol 41, Issue 4: 617-634 (2014)
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Pater Rules Best: Political Kinship and Party Politics in Tanzania’s Presidential Elections
Kristin D. Phillips – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 33, Issue 1: 109-132 (2010)
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Standing in the Shadows: Of Matrilocality and the Role of Women in a Village Election in Northern Thailand
Katherine Bowie – American Ethnologist. Vol 35, Issue 1: 136-153 (2008)
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Tribal Politics in Washington
Jack Weatherford – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 16, Issue 1: 36-39 (1993)
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The Role of Music in Materializing Politics
Margaret Dorsey – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 27, Issue 2: 61-94 (2004)
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Citizenship and Social Participation: Voting for People with Psychiatric Disabilities
Sara M. Bergstresser – Anthropology News. Vol 49, Issue 8: 7-8 (2008)
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Individualism and Hierarchy: A Grid/Group Analysis of American Political Culture
Ted C. Lewellen – PoLAR – Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 16, Issue 3: 39-48 (1993)
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Confrontation, Understanding, and Friendship in a Redneck Culture
Bruce Grindal – Anthropology and Humanism. Vol 36, Issue 1: 89-100 (2011)
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What Goes Around…: Some Shtick from ‘Tricky Dick’ and the Circulation of U.S. Presidential Image
Michael Silverstein – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 21, Issue 1: 54-77 (2011)
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Book Review of Creatures of Politics: Media, Message, and the American Presidency by Michael Lempert and Michael Silverstein
Diane Riskedahl – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 23, Issue 2: E108-E110 (2013)
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Presidents at Work: Shop Displays of Political Portraiture in Prewar Damascus
Kate McClellan – Visual Anthropology Review. Vol 29, Issue 1: 16-28 (2013)
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Suffrage and Its Mechanism in Great Britain and the United States
James H. Blodgett – American Anthropologist. Vol A2, Issue 1: 63-74 (1889)
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The Sociodrama of Presidential Politics: Rhetoric, Ritual, and Power in the Era of Teledemocracy
James R. McLeod – American Anthropologist. Vol 101, Issue 2: 359-373 (1999)
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