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Hermione paled as she thought of the possibility of Professor Snape's first impression of her coming in the middle of the food fight. This chapter next turns to the social structures limiting the discipline’s potential. Therefore, be assured that your grades will not be adversely affected by any beliefs or ideas expressed in class or in assignments. It is an interdisciplinary field that crosses paths with sociology, psychology, history, linguistics, religion and political science disciplines.

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Publisher: FlyingKite Publications (March 31, 2008)

ISBN: 0979716705

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