Bibliographies

Footnotes for Refugee ‘or’ a woman?

1 Coburn Dukehart, “Intimate portraits of survivors in places where love is illegal,” National Geographic. 27th July 2015, https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2015/07/27/intimate-portraits-survivors-discrimination-lgbt /  2 Hammond, Robin, photographer. “Where Love Is Illegal, [Lebanon],” Photograph. United Kingdom. Panos Pictures, https://www.panos.co.uk/photography-projects/where-love-is-illegal/wlii-lebanon/  3 Hammond, Robin, photographer. “Where Love Is Illegal, [Lebanon],” Photograph. United Kingdom. Panos Pictures, https://www.panos.co.uk/photography-projects/where-love-is-illegal/wlii-lebanon/  4 Sara Ahmed, “Affective Economies,” …

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Footnotes for Norm Non-compliance and Erasures of Connected Memory – A Case Study of Dunkin Donuts

1 Adam Gabbatt, “Dunkin’ Donuts Apologises for ‘Bizarre and Racist’ Thai Advert,” The Guardian (Guardian News  and Media, August 30, 2013), https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/30/dunkin-donuts-racist-thai-advert blackface. 2 Ibid. 3 Bruce Edinhorn, et al. “In Asia, Brands Built on Racist Stereotypes Face Scrutiny,” Bloomberg.com, (Bloomberg,  25 June 2020), www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-24/ads-insensitive-to-black-people-are-still-common-in asia.   4 Newley Purnell, “Images Spark Racism Debate in Thailand,” …

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Footnotes for Making Compassion The Norm: A View From Portugal

Nixon Cruz Getchell  Cruz  Cruz McGee Finnemore and Sikkink, 893  Bloomfield, 311  Bloomfield, 311  Bloomfield, 311 Ferreira   Greenwald   Rebecca,144. “Drug Decriminalization in Portugal: Challenges and Limitations.”  “Drug Decriminalisation in Portugal: Setting the Record Straight.” Pearl

Footnotes for The Lion, The West, and the Oriental Globe

1 Picture 1 : Carylsue, “Cecil the Lion,” National Geographic Education Blog, May 4, 2016, https://blog.education.nationalgeographic.org/2016/05/04/drought-forces-zimbabwe-to-sell-animals/cecil_the_lion/. Picture 2 : Ashifa Kassam and Jessica Glenza, “Killer of Cecil the Lion Was Dentist from Minnesota, Claim Zimbabwe Officials,” July 28, 2015, https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jul/28/killer-of-cecil-the-lion-was-american-zimbabwe-officials-claim. 2 Garikai Chimuka, “Western Hysteria over Killing of Cecil the Lion! Othering from the Zimbabwean Gaze,” …

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