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Confronting the colonial : the (re)production of ‘African’ exceptionalism in critical security and military studies

(2018) SECURITY DIALOGUE. 49(1–2). p.57-69
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SECURITIZATION THEORY, COPENHAGEN SCHOOL, INTERNATIONAL-RELATIONS, POLITICS, WORLD, GOVERNMENTALITY, MILITARIZATION, CONFLICT, VIOLENCE, ABSENCE

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MLA
Verweijen, Judith, and Maria Eriksson Baaz. “Confronting the Colonial : The (Re)Production of ‘African’ Exceptionalism in Critical Security and Military Studies.” SECURITY DIALOGUE, vol. 49, no. 1–2, 2018, pp. 57–69.
APA
Verweijen, J., & Eriksson Baaz, M. (2018). Confronting the colonial : the (re)production of “African” exceptionalism in critical security and military studies. SECURITY DIALOGUE, 49(1–2), 57–69.
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Verweijen, Judith, and Maria Eriksson Baaz. 2018. “Confronting the Colonial : The (Re)Production of ‘African’ Exceptionalism in Critical Security and Military Studies.” SECURITY DIALOGUE 49 (1–2): 57–69.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Verweijen, Judith, and Maria Eriksson Baaz. 2018. “Confronting the Colonial : The (Re)Production of ‘African’ Exceptionalism in Critical Security and Military Studies.” SECURITY DIALOGUE 49 (1–2): 57–69.
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Verweijen J, Eriksson Baaz M. Confronting the colonial : the (re)production of “African” exceptionalism in critical security and military studies. SECURITY DIALOGUE. 2018;49(1–2):57–69.
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J. Verweijen and M. Eriksson Baaz, “Confronting the colonial : the (re)production of ‘African’ exceptionalism in critical security and military studies,” SECURITY DIALOGUE, vol. 49, no. 1–2, pp. 57–69, 2018.
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  author       = {Verweijen, Judith and Eriksson Baaz, Maria},
  issn         = {0967-0106},
  journal      = {SECURITY DIALOGUE},
  keywords     = {SECURITIZATION THEORY,COPENHAGEN SCHOOL,INTERNATIONAL-RELATIONS,POLITICS,WORLD,GOVERNMENTALITY,MILITARIZATION,CONFLICT,VIOLENCE,ABSENCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1–2},
  pages        = {57--69},
  title        = {Confronting the colonial : the (re)production of ‘African’ exceptionalism in critical security and military studies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0967010617730975},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2018},
}

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