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The culture of exception

sociology facing the camp
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Social distance, Spatial behavior, Human geography, Camps -- Social aspects, Concentration camps, Refugee camps, Gated communities, Sex to
StatementBülent Diken and Carsten B. Laustsen.
ContributionsLaustsen, Carsten B. 1970-
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LC ClassificationsHM1131 .D55 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3299032M
ISBN 100415351235, 0415351227
LC Control Number2004026500

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