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Beyond the legacy of 1976: Morris Isaacson High School, popular memory and the struggle for education in central Soweto2020 African studies 79 (1): 21-36
  • Clive Glaser
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184
Intrusion into rural tribal space in Botswana: the case of the Trans-Kalahari Motor Race, 1975-812019 Journal of southern African studies 45 (5): 945-61
  • Christian John Makgala
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Not just a joke: the 'quenelle' as a running gag masking anti-Semitic communication2018 European journal of cultural studies 21 (2): 189-206
  • Sandrine Boudana
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Sport, Thatcher and apartheid politcs: the Zola Budd affair2018 Journal of southern African studies 44 (4): 575-92
  • Matthew P. Llewellyn
  • Toby C. Rider
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Between shaming corporations and promoting alternatives: the politics of an "ethical shopping map"2014 Journal of consumer culture 14 (2): 218-35
  • Philip Balsiger
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405in thematic issue 'Consumer culture and social movements'
Generalised trust, institutional trust and political participation: a cross-national study of fourteen Southeast and Central Asian countries2014 Asian journal of social science 42 (6): 695-721
  • Harris Hyun-Soo Kim
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1568-4849
Slave cocoa and red rubber: E.D. Morel and the problem of ethical consumption2012 Comparative studies in society and history 54 (3): 592-611
  • Jonathan E. Robins
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
The Palestinian diaspora on the web: between de-territorialization and re-territorialization2012 Social science information 51 (4): 459-74, 650-7
  • Anat Ben-David
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184in special issue 'Diasporas on the web'; French summary, with maps in appendix
Not going to Starbucks: boycotts and the out-scouring of politics in the branded world2011 Journal of consumer culture 11 (2): 145-67
  • Bryant Simon
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405in special issue 'Understanding consumption as political and moral practice'
Laughing matters: defamation and the secular subject in the global European Union2010 Journal of Middle East women's studies 6 (1): 117-28
  • Dina Al-Kassim
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]1552-5864
"White coronations and magical boycotts": Omyènè political strategies, clan leaders, and French rule in coastal Gabon, 1870-19202010 International journal of African historical studies 43 (2): 207-26
  • Jeremy Rich
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Nigeria's nationalization of British Petroleum2010 International journal of African historical studies 43 (1): 115-36
  • Ann Genova
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
How to make the state listen: indigenous violence, state fears and everyday politics in Peru2009 Etnofoor 21 (2): 11-33
  • Michael Kent
*H6 [ETNOFOOR-]0921-5158in special issue 'Fear'
"We're Mexican too": publicity and status at the international line2009 Public culture 21 (3): 465-93
  • Rihan Yeh
H6/KF [PUBLIC-]0899-2363
Boycott or Buycott? Malay middle-class consumption post-9/112007 Ethnos 72 (1): 29-50
  • Johan Fischer
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
Polio vaccines - "No thank you!" barriers to polio eradication in northern Nigeria2007 African affairs 106 (423): 185-204
  • Maryam Yahya
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
The museum of art-thropology: twenty-first century imbroglios2007 Res 52: 8-19
  • Ruth B. Phillips
*H6 [RES-]0277-1322in thematic section 'Museums - crossing boundaries'
'A Cantonese-style cat': about media sensations and modern forms of folklore2006 Lud 90: 103-20
  • Renata Hołda
H6/KVM [LUD-]0076-1435English summary
Boycotts and coups, shanti and mana in Fiji2005 Ethnohistory 52 (1): 13-27
  • John D. Kelly
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in thematic issue 'Outside gods: history making in the Pacific'
The boycott in the Irish civilizing process1992 Anthropological Quarterly 65 (4): 163-76
  • H A Taatgen