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Jangwa Pana

Number 15-1, 2016

  • 09-12
    Two or three things that i want to know about anthropology of fitness
    Authors: William Andrés Martínez Dueñas
    Number of views: 133
  • 13-27
    Homophobia: appreciations from three psychological perspectives
    Authors: José Alonso Andrade-Salazar, Ana María Borja-Acosta, Jennifer Andrea Soto-Cardona, Sandra Patricia Camelo-Osorio
    Number of views: 161
  • 28-42
    Organizative trends and types of power of twelve leaders in the municipality of San Gil, Santander
    Authors: Wilmer Hernández-Velandia
    Number of views: 130
  • 43-57
    Cultural heritage gastronomic santanderean safeguarding
    Authors: Luz Marina Rodríguez-Martínez, Wilson Arturo Cáceres-Flórez
    Number of views: 161
  • 58-70
    Indios and empedrados sotaquireños
    Authors: Edwin Giovanni Quesada-Cárdenas, Clara Inés Villamil-Guzmán
    Number of views: 279
  • 71-87
    Human security: applicability of the concept to the colombian reality
    Authors: Camilo Andrés Devia-Garzón, Dina Alejandra Ortega-Avellaneda
    Number of views: 129
  • 88-104
    Indigenous representation and journalism in colombia: how and why
    Authors: Diego Mauricio Cortes
    Number of views: 116
  • 105-116
    Butterflies from other lands-art as a vehicle
    Authors: Manuel Fernando García-García, Cristian Albeiro Pulido-Melo, Mateo Octavio Salazar-Uribe
    Number of views: 131
  • 117-128
    Contract archaeology and news archaeological contracts
    Authors: Wilhelm Londoño
    Number of views: 178

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