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Different types of human language study including sounds, gestures with related to speech up the organisation of sentences, words and meaning etc… Comparative Studies in Society and History, Contemporary Sociology, Police Practice and Research, Punishment & Society, Theory and Society, Urban Studies,Women and Criminal Justice. We are focusing on cultural and healing practices that are based on an nderstanding of the universe that includes a definite spiritual reality i.e. a )irit world with ancestors, entities and purpose that interacts and is part of \e physical world (Stewart, 1990, pp. 82-92).

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Publisher: American Bar Association (February 16, 2013)

ISBN: 1614387109

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