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<Staying Connected in Turbulent Times: A Lesson from a Mexican Village

Staying Connected in Turbulent Times: A Lesson from a Mexican Village

by Roberto J. González, author of Connected: How a Mexican Village Built Its Own Cell Phone Network Right now, many of us are reevaluating what it means to be connected. In the …

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<Interview with Rene Almeling, author of <i> GUYnecology </i>

Interview with Rene Almeling, author of GUYnecology

Is there such a thing as a “male biological clock”? What do we really know about men’s reproductive health? The answer, accordingly to author Rene Almeling, is surprisingly little. In contrast, the …

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<Living Through/With COVID-19: Using Autoethnography to Research the Pandemic

Living Through/With COVID-19: Using Autoethnography to Research the Pandemic

“Researchers can use autoethnography to demonstrate how abstract, abrupt, and vast changes affect particular lives: specific and contextual experiences of stress and survival, grief and loss, loneliness and connection, desires for structure and normalcy.”

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