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Internationalization of Traditional/Complementary Medicine products: market entry as medicine Journal article
CHINESE MEDICINE, 2018,Volume: 13
Authors:  Li, Jiatong;  Zhu, Jianfan;  Hu, Hao;  Harnett, Joanna E.;  Lei, Chi Ieong;  Chau, Ka Yin;  Chan, Ging;  Ung, Carolina Oi Lam
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Traditional Chinese Medicines  Chinese Patent Medicines  Proprietary Chinese Medicines  Traditional And Complementary Medicine  Registration  Internationalization  Quality  Safety  Efficacy  
Self-Control, Risky Lifestyles, and Victimization: A Study With a Sample of Chinese School Youth Journal article
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, 2017,Volume: 44,Issue: 5,Page: 695-716
Authors:  Ling Ren;  Ni “Phil” He;  Ruohui Zhao;  Hongwei Zhang
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Self-control  Victimization  Risky Lifestyles  Chinese Adolescents  
The Routine of Mass Murder in China Journal article
Homicide Studies, 2013,Volume: 18,Issue: 1,Page: 83-104
Authors:  Susan M. Hilal;  James A. Densley;  Spencer D. Li;  Yan Ma
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Mass Murder  Routine Activities Theory  China  Motivation  
Risky behaviors and personal victimization in Taiwan Journal article
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 2013,Volume: 37,Issue: 2,Page: 79-97
Authors:  Shih-Ya Kuo;  Steven J Cuvelier;  Chuen-Jim Sheu
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Risky Behaviors  Taiwan  Criminal Victimization  Lifestyle/exposure Theory  Routine Activities Theory