The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

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The Death of Shankar : Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. / Seeberg, Jens.

Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. red. / Uwe Skoda; Kenneth Bo Nielsen; Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger. Anthem Press, 2013. s. 207-226.

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Seeberg, J 2013, The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. i U Skoda, KB Nielsen & MQ Fibiger (red), Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. Anthem Press, s. 207-226.

APA

Seeberg, J. (2013). The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. I U. Skoda, K. B. Nielsen, & M. Q. Fibiger (red.), Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices (s. 207-226). Anthem Press.

CBE

Seeberg J. 2013. The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Skoda U, Nielsen KB, Fibiger MQ, red. I Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. Anthem Press. s. 207-226.

MLA

Seeberg, Jens "The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha"., Skoda, Uwe Nielsen, Kenneth Bo Fibiger, Marianne Qvortrup (red.). Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. Kapitel 12, Anthem Press. 2013, 207-226.

Vancouver

Seeberg J. The Death of Shankar: Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. I Skoda U, Nielsen KB, Fibiger MQ, red., Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. Anthem Press. 2013. s. 207-226

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Seeberg, Jens. / The Death of Shankar : Social Exclusion and Tuberculosis in a Poor Neighbourhood in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Navigating Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Contemporary India and Beyond: structures, agents, practices. red. / Uwe Skoda ; Kenneth Bo Nielsen ; Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger. Anthem Press, 2013. s. 207-226

Bibtex

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