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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 37, Number 4, December 2004

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Guest editors' introduction
pp. 569-573(5)
Authors: Friedl, Erika; Hegland, Mary Elaine

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Zip in and zip out fieldwork
pp. 575-583(9)
Author: Elaine Hegland, Mary

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The making of a historical document
pp. 585-592(8)
Author: Loeffler, Reinhold

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Insider/outsider: an indigenous anthropologist bridges a gap
pp. 593-602(10)
Author: Shahbazi, Mohammad

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From "alien" to "one of us" and back: field experiences in Iran
pp. 603-612(10)
Author: Nadjmabadi, Shahnaz

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The double-edged foreign connection
pp. 633-642(10)
Author: Loeffler, Agnes G.

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The ethnography of children
pp. 655-663(9)
Author: Friedl, Erika

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Multiple sites of fieldwork: a personal reflection
pp. 685-693(9)
Author: Rouhani, Farhang

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Interviewing Iranian immigrant parents and adolescents
pp. 695-706(12)
Author: Higgins, Patricia

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Reviews
pp. 707-742(36)

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