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Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya

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Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars : The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya. / Anderson, David M.; Elliott, Hannah ; Kochore, Hassan Hussein; Lochery, Emma.

I: Journal of Eastern African Studies, Bind 6, Nr. 3, 2012, s. 383-404.

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Anderson, DM, Elliott, H, Kochore, HH & Lochery, E 2012, 'Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya' Journal of Eastern African Studies, bind 6, nr. 3, s. 383-404. DOI: 10.1080/17531055.2012.696886

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Anderson, D. M., Elliott, H., Kochore, H. H., & Lochery, E. (2012). Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 6(3), 383-404. DOI: 10.1080/17531055.2012.696886

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Anderson DM, Elliott H, Kochore HH, Lochery E. 2012. Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 6(3):383-404. Tilgængelig fra: 10.1080/17531055.2012.696886

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Anderson, David M. o.a.."Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya". Journal of Eastern African Studies. 2012, 6(3). 383-404. Tilgængelig: 10.1080/17531055.2012.696886

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Anderson DM, Elliott H, Kochore HH, Lochery E. Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars: The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya. Journal of Eastern African Studies. 2012;6(3):383-404. Tilgængelig fra, DOI: 10.1080/17531055.2012.696886

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Anderson, David M. ; Elliott, Hannah ; Kochore, Hassan Hussein ; Lochery, Emma. / Camel Herders, Middlewomen, and Urban Milk Bars : The Commodification of Camel Milk in Kenya. I: Journal of Eastern African Studies. 2012 ; Bind 6, Nr. 3. s. 383-404

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