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Anghel, R. G., Gerharz, E., Rescher, G., & Salzbrunn, M. (Eds.). The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research. Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Can Zirh, B. (2008). Euro-alevis: from gastarbelter to transnational community. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 103–131). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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D'Ottavio, G. (2008). Mothering in migration: transnational strategies of polish women in italy. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 153–169). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Faist, T. (2008). Transnationalisation in north and south: concepts, methology and venues for research. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 25–50). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Gerharz, E. (2008). Opening to the world: translocal post-war reconstruction in northen sri lanka. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 173–194). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Goel, U. (2008). The indernet - a german network in a transnational space. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 291–309). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Greschke, H. M. (2008). Does it matter where you are? - transnational migration, internet usage and the emergence of global togetherness. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 275–289). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Janoschka, M. (2008). Identity politics as an expression of european citizenship practice: participation of transnational migrants in local political conflicts. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 133–152). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Lachenmann, G. (2008). Transnationalisation, translocal spaces, gender and development - methodological challenges. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 51–74). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Nowicka, M. (2008). "do you really talk about emotions on the phone...?": content of distance communication as a structuring moment of the modern world society. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 253–274). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Rescher, G. (2008). Transnationality, translocal citizenship and gender relations: transformation of rural community organisation, local politics and development. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 195–218). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Salzbrunn, M. (2008). World society, transtionalism and champs migratoires: reflections on german, anglo-saxon and french academic debates. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 75–100). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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