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Culture is often made synonymous with ethnicity, nationality, and language. New products featured the quality and engineering Electrolux is famous for, but consumer needs were not being met. Dominique Desjeux, Co-Chair (Confirmed) Dr. The results overturn the leading genetic model for this last great movement of humans to unoccupied but habitable lands. For example, Philippe Bourgois won the Margaret Mead Award in 1997 for In Search of Respect, a study of the entrepreneurs in a Harlem crack-den.

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Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (November 1, 2011)


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