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Published February, 2018
By Cynthia Chou and Miriam Koktvedgaard Zeitzen
Publisher: NIAS Press
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Offers compelling narratives and analysis on the breast cancer epidemic sweeping Asia. It explores the spectrum of breast cancer meanings in a survey stretching from Singapore to Mongolia and across to Turkey and focuses on how cultural and social relations shape the medical response to the disease.

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Published February, 2018
By Cynthia Chou and Miriam Koktvedgaard Zeitzen
Publisher: NIAS Press
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Offers compelling narratives and analysis on the breast cancer epidemic sweeping Asia. It explores the spectrum of breast cancer meanings in a survey stretching from Singapore to Mongolia and across to Turkey and focuses on how cultural and social relations shape the medical response to the disease.

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Published October, 2017
By Catherine Smith
Publisher: NIAS Press
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Studying the long shadow of violence in Aceh and how people deal with it, this volume promises to open up a valuable new perspective in Indonesian studies.

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Published December, 2016
By Megha Amrith
Publisher: NIAS Press
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This timely volume narrates the stories of medical workers in the Philippines in a multi-sited ethnography that follows aspiring migrants from Manila's vibrant nursing schools where they dream of glamorous, cosmopolitan lives abroad but find a different reality in Singapore's multicultural hospitals and nursing homes.

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Published December, 2016
By Megha Amrith
Publisher: NIAS Press
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This timely volume narrates the stories of medical workers in the Philippines in a multi-sited ethnography that follows aspiring migrants from Manila's vibrant nursing schools where they dream of glamorous, cosmopolitan lives abroad but find a different reality in Singapore's multicultural hospitals and nursing homes.

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£19.99
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Published April, 2010
By Jan Ovesen and Ing-Britt Trankell
Publisher: NIAS Press
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Deals with medicine in Cambodia over the last hundred years. Using 'medicine' (in the sense of ideas, practices and institutions relating to health and illness) as a prism through which to view colonial and post-colonial Cambodian society more generally, this book offers an historical and contemporary anthropology of the nation of Cambodia.

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Published April, 2010
By Jan Ovesen and Ing-Britt Trankell
Publisher: NIAS Press
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Describes the medicine in Cambodia over the last hundred years. Using 'medicine' (in the sense of ideas, practices and institutions relating to health and illness) as a prism through which to view colonial and post-colonial Cambodian society more generally, this book offers an historical and contemporary anthropology of the nation of Cambodia.

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Published March, 2007
By Judith Richell
Publisher: NIAS Press
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