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In-text: (Tampon tax: How much have you spent?, 2019)
Your Bibliography: BBC News. 2019. Tampon Tax: How Much Have You Spent?. [online] Available at: <https://www.bbc.com/news/health-42013239> [Accessed 21 November 2019].
" Our practices are solidly based on hygiene; theirs are symbolic: we kill germs, they ward off spirits." "Where there is dirt there is system." " Blood, in Hebrew religion, was regarded as the source of life, and not to be touched except in the sacred conditions of sacrifice."
In-text: (Douglas, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Douglas, P., 2001. Purity And Danger. USA and Canada: Taylor & Francis e-Library, pp.32-42 115-130.
"Leave no trace, not even their smell" "Dirty = ugly = unattractive = nasty = bad = uncivilized = shameful = not respected" "Conversely, cleanliness (ahotee) is the pre-eminent metaphor to express positive appreciation. Clean = beautiful = attractive = good = civilised = respectable" "If someone has the habit of being dirty, people say Ommu ne ho (lit. he does not respect himself)."
In-text: (Geest, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Geest, S., 1998. Akan Shit: Getting Rid of Dirt in Ghana. Anthropology Today, 14(3), p.8.
“‘profaned’ or ‘polluted’” “taboo against eating pork, but this time it is because the pig is regarded as unclean”.
In-text: (Hendry, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Hendry, J., 2008. An Introduction To Social Anthropology; Sharing Our Worlds. 2nd ed. Palgrave Macmillan, pp.38-44.
In-text: (Bizarre things exempt from VAT that aren't tampons, 2019)
Your Bibliography: indy100. 2019. Bizarre Things Exempt From VAT That Aren't Tampons. [online] Available at: <https://www.indy100.com/article/crocodile-meat-bingo-and-other-things-without-vat-that-arent-tampons--eySqxP5uzg> [Accessed 21 November 2019].
In-text: (Meigs, 1978)
Your Bibliography: Meigs, A., 1978. A Papuan Perspective on Pollution. Man, 13(2), p.304.
“The Gypsies' beliefs not only classify the Gorgio as polluting, but also offer the means to retain an inner purity.”
In-text: (Okely, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Okely, J., 2002. The Traveller-Gypsies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.Chapter 6.
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