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  1. Wendy James & Lisa McManus (2012). An Empirical Study of the Influence of Mentors and Organisational Climate on the Ethical Attitudes and Decision-Making of National Female Business Graduates in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Business Ethics Education 8 (1):31-54.
  2. Wendy James (2007). Choreography and Ceremony: The Artful Side of Action. Human Affairs 17 (2).
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  3. Wendy James & Michael Lambek (2003). The Ceremonial Animal: A New Portrait of Anthropology. OUP Oxford.
    Adapting Wittgenstein's concept of the human species as 'a ceremonial animal', Wendy James writes vividly and readably. Her new overview advocates a clear line of argument: that the concept of social form is a primary key to anthropology and the human sciences as a whole. Weaving memorable ethnographic examples into her text, James brings together carefully selected historical sources as well as references to current ideas in neighbouring disciplines such as archaeology, paleoanthropology, genetics, art and material culture, ethnomusicology, urban and (...)
     
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  4. Wendy James (ed.) (1995). The Pursuit of Certainty: Religious and Cultural Formulations. Routledge.
    The peoples of the world are now facing movement, mixing and displacement on a larger scale than ever before. We are witness to the rise of new forms of ethnic, cultural and religious identity. Those based in the highly developed countries can extend global influence through wealth and sophisticated technology. Anthropology has inherited a tradition of tolerance and cross-cultural understanding: what light can it throw on the new pursuit of truth? With contributions from leading anthropologists from Germany, the US, Canada, (...)
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