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The Global and Comparative Ethnography Series features research conducted on phenomena and processes that are global in nature: international migration, international organizations, transnational social movements, global markets, transnational diffusion of cultural practices, and more. The overall purpose of the series is to highlight studies of global places, processes, and systems. The series also covers comparative, or multi-sited, ethnography and traditional case studies with global or international implications.

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