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2017
P. Escribano, Lubbers, M. J., i Molina, J. L., «Becoming Part of an Eco-Community: Social and Environmental Activism or Livelihood Strategy?», Soc. Sci. 2017, 6(4), 148; doi:10.3390/socsci6040148 (registering DOI), vol. 6, 2017.
M. J. Lubbers, « (Book review) Finding one's place: an ethnological study of belonging among Swedish migrants on the Costa del Sol in Spain. By Annie Woube [Forthcoming] », Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. , 2017.
I. Fradejas-Garcia, «(Book Review in Spanish) The Paradoxes of Aid Work: Passionate Professionals. By Silke Roth. », Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, vol. 159, p. 167-169, 2017.
H. Valenzuela-García, «"Business Anthropology for Dummies? Reseña de "International Journal of Business Anthropology"», Revista AIBR, 2017.
J. L. Molina, Lubbers, M. J., Valenzuela-García, H., i Gómez-Mestres, S., «Cooperation and Competition in Social Anthropology», Anthropology Today, vol. 33, p. 11-14, 2017.
K. De la Haye, Dijkstra, J. Kornelis, Lubbers, M. J., Van Rijsewijk, L., i Stolk, R., «The dual role of friendship and antipathy relations in the marginalization of overweight children in their peer networks: The TRAILS Study», PLoS One, vol. 12, 2017.
H. Valenzuela-García i Molina, J. Luis, «Economic Anthropology», in Ethnology, Ethnography and Cultural Anthropology, Paris: UNESCO-EOLSS, 2017.
I. Maya-Jariego, Holgado, D., i Lubbers, M. J., «Efectos de la estructura de las redes personales en la red sociocéntrica de una cohorte de estudiantes en transición de la enseñanza secundaria a la Universidad (forthcoming)», Universitas Psicológica, 2017.
R. Hosnedlová, «Embedded settlement intentions: The case of Ukrainians in Madrid.», Social Networks, vol. 49, p. 48-66, 2017.
B. Bilecen, Gamper, M., i Lubbers, M., «The missing link: Social network analysis in migration and transnationalism.», Social Networks, 2017.
K. D. Wagner, Syvertsen, J. L., Verdugo, S. R., Molina, J. L., i Strathdee, S. A., «A Mixed Methods Study of the Social Support Networks of Female Sex Workers and Their Primary Noncommercial Male Partners in Tijuana, Mexico», Journal of Mixed Methods ResearchJournal of Mixed Methods Research, p. 1-21, 2017.

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