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Book Chapter (5)

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Book Chapter
Turner, Bertram. 2017. Translocal, faith-based dispute management: Moroccan-Canadian struggles with normative plurality. In: Francisco Colom González and Gianni D’Amato (eds.). Multireligious society: dealing with religious diversity in theory and practice. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 213–235.
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Book Chapter
Turner, Bertram. 2017. The anthropology of property. In: Michele Graziadei and Lionel Smith (eds.). Comparative property law: global perspectives. Research Handbooks in Comparative Law. Cheltenham; Northampton: Elgar, pp. 26–47.
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Book Chapter
Turner, Bertram. 2017. Translating evidentiary practices and technologies of truth finding: oath taking as witness testimony in plural legal configurations in rural Morocco. In: Yazid Ben Hounet and Deborah Puccio-Den (eds.). Truth, intentionality and evidence: anthropological approaches to crime. London: Routledge, pp. 112–129.
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Book Chapter
Turner, Bertram. 2017. Conclusion: retaliation in specific spheres of effectiveness. In: Bertram Turner and Günther Schlee (eds.). On retaliation: towards an interdisciplinary understanding of a basic human condition. Integration and Conflict Studies 15. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 283–305.
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Book Chapter
Turner, Bertram. 2017. Introduction: on retaliation: conceptual plurality, transdisciplinary research, rifts, blurrings and translations. In: Bertram Turner and Günther Schlee (eds.). On retaliation: towards an interdisciplinary understanding of a basic human condition. Integration and Conflict Studies 15. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1–25.

Other (1)

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Other
Turner, Bertram. 2017. Dialectics of non-power and marginality in mediation: institutional diversification and multiple identities of mediators. Politika. https://www.politika.io/en/notice/dialectics-of-nonpower-and-marginality-in-mediation-institutional-diversification-and. Accessed May 30, 2017.

Collected Edition (1)

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Collected Edition
Turner, Bertram and Günther Schlee (eds.). 2017. On retaliation: towards an interdisciplinary understanding of a basic human condition. Integration and Conflict Studies 15. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
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