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The Right to Health, Citizenship and the Moral Economy of Social Medicine in Rio de Janeiro's Favelas

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LIDOLA, Maria, 2018. The Right to Health, Citizenship and the Moral Economy of Social Medicine in Rio de Janeiro's Favelas. In: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie. 143(1), pp. 61-84. ISSN 0044-2666

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