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Resident violence: miner Mwanga magic as a war-technology anthropology

Koenraad Stroeken UGent (2011) War, technology, anthropology. In Critical Interventions 13. p.120-134
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book title
War, technology, anthropology
editor
Koenraad Stroeken UGent
series title
Critical Interventions
volume
13
pages
120 - 134
publisher
Berghahn
place of publication
Oxford, UK
ISSN
1930-1944
ISBN
9780857455871
language
English
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yes
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B2
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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832173
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2010-01-21 22:16:26
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Chicago
Stroeken, Koenraad. 2011. “Resident Violence: Miner Mwanga Magic as a War-technology Anthropology.” In War, Technology, Anthropology, ed. Koenraad Stroeken, 13:120–134. Oxford, UK: Berghahn.
APA
Stroeken, K. (2011). Resident violence: miner Mwanga magic as a war-technology anthropology. In K. Stroeken (Ed.), War, technology, anthropology (Vol. 13, pp. 120–134). Oxford, UK: Berghahn.
Vancouver
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Stroeken K. Resident violence: miner Mwanga magic as a war-technology anthropology. In: Stroeken K, editor. War, technology, anthropology. Oxford, UK: Berghahn; 2011. p. 120–34.
MLA
Stroeken, Koenraad. “Resident Violence: Miner Mwanga Magic as a War-technology Anthropology.” War, Technology, Anthropology. Ed. Koenraad Stroeken. Vol. 13. Oxford, UK: Berghahn, 2011. 120–134. Print.