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2014 Nordic Journal of Migration Research  
Furthermore, from a broad view there needs to be consideration as to whether today's migration is manageable by nation-states or even transnational bodies.  ...  EU, Central America, Canada, France, the United Kingdom and the United States.  ... 
doi:10.2478/njmr-2014-0012 fatcat:htstyvthirabnknkbpr5cclwv4

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David Arnold
1989 Business History  
The main focus of the book, however, tracks the changing politics of display at the Colonial Museum as it transforms through time into the Dominion Museum, the National Museum, the Museum of New Zealand  ...  In considering how displays of Mâori material have changed over time, McCarthy illustrates the conceptual transformation of objects from curiosities, to ethnographic specimens, to art, to the present day  ...  That this book developed from McCarthy's PhD thesis has been noted by several reviewers; yet the thesis-style survey of relevant literature included in the early chapters means that those outside a museum  ... 
doi:10.1080/00076798900000055 fatcat:z6qeruedkvablanyas5zikvvae

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USAWC Press
2021 Parameters  
to transform the Army from an Industrial-Age behemoth to an Information-Age cheetah.  ...  Instead, "the propaganda campaign undertaken by the Nazi regime . . . provides a near-perfect example of how, when a government exercises total control of information, an entire nation can be bent to its  ...  He examines how the approaches will affect the US goals of extending nuclear deterrence to US allies and dissuading adversaries from challenging the United Stateswhether they will bolster or weaken US  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3085 fatcat:epxtc4lhenezzkxrirvvcym63q

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Redactie KITLV
2011 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde  
(1989) that presumed the United States to be a 'model of enlightenment'.  ...  gender models that the film offers are Book reviews 567 characterized by contradiction and ambiguity.  ...  Book reviews 591 be drawn from his book, therefore making it of further value to those interested in the techniques of American empire over the twentieth century.  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134379-90003586 fatcat:uatk6byexrdxrg4n5cdvzzdl4q

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2006 Social Transformations in Chinese Societies  
It describes how a community of largely American women adapted to a Chinese society, and through the passage of time grew and matured with the local people (p. 2)."  ...  Chapters Two to Seven record faithfully the missionary, educational, medical, and social services provided by the Maryknoll Sisters during different periods of time from 1921 to 1969 and within different  ...  The overall structure of social stratification is now in the process of transformation from a pyramid-shaped to an olive-shaped structure.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789047408932_012 fatcat:xt7n7eo3lvdhnph3ckgxs62bwq

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Redactie KITLV
2004 NWIG  
How over time and in what specific 1. Owing to a miscommunication, this review was accepted by two journals simultaneously -NWIG and the Journal ofAnthropological Research.  ...  The book does not provide a yardstick for readers to judge the extent of nationalism or its fluctuations over time.  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002521 fatcat:2mdliqwuqzfapdjy33lfctbcwu

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Parameters Editors
2009 Parameters  
I am not going to be lied to by a government that I would have given my life for in Iraq." Few of them see a point in the war.  ...  Understanding, if it is ever achieved, is left to the people who start it, to those who order it from afar, or to the historians who explain it decades later from the silence of the university.  ...  The combat brigades attracted political notoriety during the "Surge" and national election debates as their departure from Iraq has come to be a measure of success for the United States.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2469 fatcat:lzj5z5fmsvagxda23gptanaoby

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Redactie KITLV
2008 NWIG  
How does one review a book that has already been reviewed in the same journal by the specialist in the field? Postma provided a clear outline and setup of the book, which i will not repeat here.  ...  slavery to emancipation and from colony to nation?  ...  in the American migration story, second-generation migrants were en route to becoming American, acting as brokers and translators to their parents but absorbing also the ethos, languages, and attitudes  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002485 fatcat:e4vkrqyttrgmphzk3jpq7wadru

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Parameters Editors
1999 Parameters  
of people and machines to take and hold land," and "the modernists who see war moving away from a fixed battlefield into a location that has come to be called cyberspace."  ...  To some extent, this is shaped by service. "While the Navy and Air Force are competing for Information Age roles and missions," Adams writes, "the Army continues to focus on traditional war."  ...  Nonetheless, to find out how the United States actually did mobilize for the war, one will have to wait for the next volume in this series.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.1925 fatcat:jusfjtwzvbcqlb6hnjwxquq7om

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Redactie KITLV
1993 NWIG  
But the United States, product of the first major anti-colonial revolt and a persistent critic of European colonialism, could hardly be considered in the same terms, at least by her own leaders.  ...  In light of these findings and indications that Dominican immigrant women have improved their status in the United States, this reviewer would have liked to see a fuller discussion of whether and how Pineró  ...  He is particularly interested in the role of the state in both. To explore the first, he scans a wide range of theories about "the economie transformation to a modern society."  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002678 fatcat:4xqdaddht5g6pbz45k7ortdjma

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Redactie KITLV
2003 NWIG  
Even creole leaders began to turn away from Spanish colonialism and, in an effort to reconstruct the Cuban economy, increasingly turned toward the United States.  ...  One of the purposes of a review is of course to give the potential readers an idea of whether or not the book reviewed is worth buying.  ...  The book has a new title, but is in reality old material in a new packaging.  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002533 fatcat:cwlnepyo2zhclck2zsevlak7p4

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Redactie KITLV
2008 NWIG  
) -out of the norm, a political oddity that does not conform to the norms of national status, cultural identity, or the linear narratives of progress from colony to nation-state.  ...  It book revieWS addresses the question of why, given the similarities between formal political institutions in the United states and Puerto rico, elections in Puerto rico tend to have a much higher voter  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002492 fatcat:62xcci46k5hqfhh5righzsgd2y

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Redactie KITLV
1999 NWIG  
Schwartz demonstrates how intimately tied tourism in Cuba has been to changing attitudes and circumstances in the United States.  ...  by first the Spanish and later the United States.  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002582 fatcat:443v7xzz2fhhtejbimutaw6vfy

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2008 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
moving ‘from being part of the state to being part of a newly emerging public sphere’ (p. 24) and, he argues, this shift is a key feature of the modern nation-state.  ...  To this extent, the book makes a contribution to Omaha ethnography of the present.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9655.00114 fatcat:2pp6smievva6vjdvfsxhozuwve

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Redactie KITLV
1996 NWIG  
It is especially interesting to see how the intervention of Spain and the United States was shaped by the racial perceptions of their main actors.  ...  Many of them highlight how the end of the Cold War has diminished the "strategie" or "geo-political" importance of the region to the United States, making the United States likely to be less generous with  ... 
doi:10.1163/13822373-90002634 fatcat:cs6uyfwucjexde26bbxm6mjq5i
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