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By S. Madhok,A. Phillips,K. Wilson,Clare Hemmings

Drawing on fresh feminist discussions, this assortment severely reassesses principles approximately organisation, exploring the connection among company and coercion in better intensity and throughout quite a number disciplinary views and moral contexts.

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