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Gruenbaum , E. (2005). Socio-Cultural Dynamics of Female Genital Cutting: Research Findings, Gaps, and Directions Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7, Themed Symposium: Female Genital Cutting (Sep. - Oct., 2005), pp. 429-441



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Gruenbaum , E. (2005). Socio-Cultural Dynamics of Female Genital Cutting: Research Findings, Gaps, and Directions Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7, Themed Symposium: Female Genital Cutting (Sep. - Oct., 2005), pp. 429-441

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