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A Sociology of Work in Japan (Contemporary Japanese Society)

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Dennis Slice (FSU Dept. of Scientific Computing) were awarded a $610,000 grant from the National Institute of Justice for "MODELING SURFACE MORPHOLOGY OF THE PUBIC SYMPHYSIS: Quantitative Methods and Computational Tools for the Objective Estimation of Age-At-Death for Modern Populations." This is true of violations of human rights whether they are in the form of arbitrary arrest, detention and torture inflicted by the state, or female circumcision imposed by custom.

Pages: 324

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 20, 2005)

ISBN: 0521651204


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