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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Drones in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of recent articles on use of drones found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
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Friday, 05 August 2016

Resistance and Social Change

Selected bibliography of recent articles on resistance and social change found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
From The APC Blog by kj on 05 Aug 2016Permalink

Monday, 27 June 2016

United Kingdom Politics in the Alternative Press

Selected bibliography of articles on United Kingdom politics found in the Alternative Press IndexMore
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Monday, 13 June 2016

Government Corruption in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of articles on corruption in government found in the Alternative Press Index.More
From The APC Blog by kj on 13 Jun 2016Permalink

Monday, 30 May 2016

Refugees in the Alternative Press

A selected bibliography of articles on refugees found in the Alternative Press Index.More
From The APC Blog by kj on 30 May 2016Permalink
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Journal of World Systems Research

Publisher
Institute for Research on World-Systems
Publisher URL
Editors
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Walter Goldfrank
Circulation Region
international
Listed Since
1995
ISSN
1076-156x
OCLC
30416027
Readership
Researchers interested in historical sociology, the environment, and world systems analysis

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