“Transition” as a Migratory Model in Myanmar

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GIRKE, Felix, Judith BEYER, 2018. “Transition” as a Migratory Model in Myanmar. In: Journal of Burma Studies. 22(2), pp. 215-241. ISSN 1094-799X. eISSN 2010-314X. Available under: doi: 10.1353/jbs.2018.0012

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