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Volume 6 , Number 1
March 2018

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
A Walk through the Shooting Gallery
John Dorst – Museum Anthropology. Vol 17, Issue 3:7-13 (1993)
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Can Metal Detectors Replace the Panopticon?
John Devine – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 10, Issue 2:171-195 (1995)
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Book Review of Katherine S. Newman’s Rampage: The Social Roots of School Shootings
Lawrence A. Palinkas – American Ethnologist. Vol 32, Issue 3:3034-3035 (2005)
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An Ecology of Fear: Examining the Contradictory Surveillance Terrain Navigated by Mexican Youth in a U.S. Middle School
Rachel J. Pinnow – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 44, Issue 3:253-268 (2013)
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Documenting Militarism: Challenges of Researching Highly Contested Practices within Urban Schools
Suzie M. Abajian – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 47, Issue 1:25-41 (2016)
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“I'm Not Your Typical ‘Homework Stresses Me out’ Kind of Girl”: Psychological Anthropology in Research on College Student Usage of Psychiatric Medications and Mental Health Services
Eileen P. Anderson-Fye and Jerry Floersch – Ethos. Vol 39, Issue 4:501-521 (2011)
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High-Five Fridays: (Mis)Trust-Building in One White Liberal Community
Denise Ives and Camille Cammack – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 48, Issue 4:403-410 (2017)
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Children's Expressive Culture in Light of September 11, 2001
Anna Richman Beresin – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 33, Issue 3:331-337 (2002)
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The Newtown Massacre and Anthropology's Public Response
Daniel H. Lende – American Anthropologist. Vol 115, Issue 3:496-499 (2013)
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Guns Are Not an Equal Opportunity Destroyer
Roger Lancaster – Anthropology News. Vol 57, Issue 11:e62-e67 (2016)
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The Pulse Nightclub Shooting: Connecting Militarism, Neoliberalism, and Multiculturalism to Understand Violence
Zachary Shane Kalish Blair – North American Dialogue. Vol 19, Issue 2:102-116 (2016)
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Corporate Paternalism and the Problem of Harmful Products
Peter Benson – PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. Vol 37, Issue 2:218-230 (2014)
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Making Sense of Violence in the “Badlands” of Kenya
Bilinda Straight – Anthropology and Humanism. Vol 34, Issue 1:21-30 (2009)
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The Violence after “La Violencia” in the Ch'orti' Region of Eastern Guatemala
Brent Metz, Lorenzo Mariano, and Julián López García – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Vol 15, Issue 1:16-41 (2010)
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Leaky Humanitarianism: The Anthropology of Small Arms Control in the Gambia
Niklas Hultin – American Ethnologist. Vol 42, Issue 1:68-80 (2015)
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