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Ethnographies of U.S. Empire
John F. Collins
Duke University Press
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Exceptionalism as a Way of Life: U.S. Empire, Filipino Subjectivity, and the Global Call Center Industry
Jan M. Padios
Jan M. Padios, 2018. "Exceptionalism as a Way of Life: U.S. Empire, Filipino Subjectivity, and the Global Call Center Industry", Ethnographies of U.S. Empire, Carole McGranahan, John F. Collins
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