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Tracing sources of recent neo-conservatism in Poland
Agnieszka Kościańska

Control Practices in State-socialist Poland (1960s–1980s) ’. In: L. Niethammer and S. Satjuko (eds) ‘Wenn die Chemie stimmt’: Gender Relations and Birth Control in the Age of thePill’. Göttingen : Wallstein , pp. 271–294 . Jaczewski , A. ( 2014 ) Seksualność Dzieci i Młodzieży. Pół Wieku Badań i Refleksji . Warszawa : Difin . Janion , M

in Intimacy and mobility in an era of hardening borders
Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Christoph Gradmann, and Andrew McDowell

on the part of health care providers, which may get in the way of meeting patients’ needs (Engel in this volume). The paper and computer work linked to DOTS – which includes collecting information about patients, the visits they pay (or do not pay), consultations settings and the pills taken to achieve the norm of observed therapy, among many other indicators – is substantially greater than other 1990s-era disease-control programmes. DOTS as TB intervention also aims at monitoring the activities of medical and non-medical personnel in centres

in Global health and the new world order
Christian Suhr

is fine,’ Aziz replies. ‘Christian is doing a research project and film about healing and Islam. About how Muslims understand healing and illness.’ I explain my project to Aziz. I am interested in understanding how people can be attacked by magic, the evil eye, or become possessed by jinn, and how it is possible to cure these forms of illnesses. Aziz immediately takes over the conversation: ‘They give me these pills, they say I have to take pills, but the pills do not help anything. I

in Descending with angels