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Introduction: Social science, anthropology, and the constituent assembly elections: some comments

Publication status:PublishedPeer Review status:Not peer reviewedVersion:Publisher's versionNotes:Citation: Gellner, D. G. (2009) Introduction: Social science, anthropology, and the constituent assembly elections: some comments. In: Holmberg, D., Pettigrew, J. & Tamang, M. S. (2009). Views from the Field: Anthropological Perspectives on the Constituent Assembly Elections (Baha Occasional Papers 2), pp. 1-7. Lalitpur: Social Science Baha.

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