Kidnapping Women: Discourses of Emotion and Social Change in the Kyrgyz Republic
Annual Editions: Anthropology
McGraw Hill Higher Education
ISBN-10: 1259242633; ISBN-13: 9781259242632
This is a reprint of the article originally published in Anthropological Quarterly in 2012.
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Marriage, love, power, gender, family, former Soviet Union, Kyrgyz Republic
Noor O'Neill Borbieva (2014).
Kidnapping Women: Discourses of Emotion and Social Change in the Kyrgyz Republic. Annual Editions: Anthropology.38 ed. 132-144. McGraw Hill Higher Education.
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