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- Names Used Among Native Americans at the Colville Indian Agency: Perspectives from the 1885 Bureau of Indian Affairs Census
- Developmental Idealism and Migration: Theorizing their Relationship and an Empirical Example from Nepal
- Distinguishing between Old and New Developmental Idealism and among Beliefs about Correlation, Causation, and Expectations: Beliefs about Family Change and Development in Turkey
Reading History Sideways
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