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        "I feel, therefore I can be free": Black women and Chicana queer narratives as differential consciousness and foundational theory [1]
        "I see what you're saying": examining self-disclosure and nonverbal communication in digital environments [1]
        "I'm Bart Simpson, who the hell are you?" A study in postmodern identity (re)construction [1]
        "If you're on good terms with those people, you'll always have a place to eat": a Bourdieusian approach to food justice in a pay-what-you-can café [1]
        "Indians don't get transplants": dialysis patient experience and political economic barriers to transplantation on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation [1]
        "It's just a cross, don't shoot": white Supremacy and Christonormativity in a small midwestern town [1]
        "It's my soul's responsibility": understanding activists' gendered experiences in anti-fracking grassroots organizations in Northern Colorado [1]
        "Learning what to eat": gender, environment, and the rise of nutritional science in twentieth century America [1]
        "Lovingly tweaked": genre and gender in Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog [1]
        "Make your home FireWise": a public service announcement from Woody D. Bree: coloring book [1]
        "Moral perception": an examination and revision [1]
        "No class I took in senior year matters compared to what I'm taking now": the reading and writing transition from high school to college [1]
        "No topic is taboo": PETA's post-feminist pivot to human-centric imagery [1]
        "Of a vale" [1]
        "People already live here" An ethnographic case study of employed residents of New York City's Graham Public Housing Project [1]
        "Playing school": Latinos and role performance as students [1]
        "POTS equals uncertainty": exploring uncertainty and privacy management of people with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) [1]
        "Power" of coal: the US Diplomatic Coal Regime under the current global environmental discourse, The [1]
        "Real world" infiltration [1]
        "Take me to the river": mapping global flows from crayons to connections [1]