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Auyero, Javier and Kristine Kilanski. 2015. “From ‘Making Toast’ to “Splitting Apples”: Dissecting “Care” in the Midst of Chronic Violence.” Theory and Society 44 (5):393-414.

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Sullivan, Esther, and Carlos Olmedo. 2015. “Informality on the Urban Periphery: Housing Conditions and Self-Help Strategies in Texas Informal Subdivisions.” Urban Studies 52 (6): 1037–53.

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Auyero, Javier, Agustín Burbano de Lara, and María Fernanda Berti. 2014. “Violence and the State at the Urban Margins.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 43 (1): 94–116.

Auyero, Javier, Agustin Burbano De Lara, and Maria Fernanda Berti. 2014. “Uses and Forms of Violence among the Urban Poor.” Journal of Latin American Studies 46 (3): 443–469.

Charrad, Mounira M., and Amina Zarrugh. 2014. “Equal or Complementary? Women in the New Tunisian Constitution after the Arab Spring.” The Journal of North African Studies 19 (2): 230–243.

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