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Notes

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  27. ^ Lupton, pp. 29–30
  28. ^ Lupton, p. 32
  29. ^ Tate, p. 153
  30. ^ a b c d Gillespie et al, p. 101
  31. ^ Lupton, p. 52
  32. ^ Arensberg, p. 114
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  34. ^ Hagen, pp. 6–7
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  43. ^ a b Lauret, p. 97
  44. ^ a b McPherson, p. 28
  45. ^ Arensberg, p. 115
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  47. ^ Lauret, p. 98
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  49. ^ Lupton, p. 11
  50. ^ McPherson, p. 14.
  51. ^ Smith, p. 52.
  52. ^ Angelou, p. 91
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  55. ^ a b Smith, p. 54
  56. ^ Burgher, p. 115
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  61. ^ Lupton, p. 38
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  65. ^ a b Braxton (1999), p. 4
  66. ^ Lupton, p. 63
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  69. ^ McPherson, p. 37
  70. ^ Hagen, p. 70
  71. ^ Walker, p. 101
  72. ^ McPherson, p. 38
  73. ^ a b Arensberg, p. 116
  74. ^ Moore, p. 53
  75. ^ Lupton, p. 67
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  88. ^ a b Arensberg, p. 113
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  91. ^ a b Hagen, p. 63
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  93. ^ a b Hagen, p. 19
  94. ^ Lupton, p. 32.
  95. ^ Angelou, p. 83
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