Presentations

Community Engagement, Health, Nutrition and Education

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Hassel, Craig A., and Asha L. Tamang. 2017. "Decolonizing Nutrition Science.” Presented at the Second Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition. USA.
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Balke, Bobby and Asha L. Tamang. 2015. “RCP Rosemount/Climate Change: Planning an Adult Education Program.” Presented at the Resilient Communities Project (RCP): Annual Celebration Program, May 1, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA. 
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Tamang, Asha L. 2014. “Experience on Livelihoods and Scope of Organic Farming in Nepal.” Presented at the Consultative Workshop for the Development of Action Plans for Region-wide Livelihood Initiatives, Christian Blind Mission (CBM), Mar. 18–23, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
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Tamang, Asha L, Arvind Kushwaha, Buddhi Thapa, Mukunda Adhikari, and Rajendra Sunar. 2014. “Sensitization on Climate Change in INF Nepal’s Projects.” Presented at the 8th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation: Financing Local Adaptation, Apr. 24–30, Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies (BCAS), International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Clean Energy Nepal (CEN), Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2007. “Linkages between HIV Service Sites and TB Service Sites to Access TB Services by People Living with HIV-Positive (PLHP). Presented at the 23rd All Nepal Medical Conference, Nov. 1–7, Nepal Medical Association, Nepal.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2007. “Rights-Based Approach and Achievements in BNMT Working Area.” Presented at the Inter-Church Cooperation Organization (ICCO/Netherlands) Partner Consultation Meeting, Sept. 9–13, Bangkok, Thailand.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2007. “Child-to-Child (CTC): A Rights-Based Approach.” Presented at the National Seminar of School Health Program, CCS-Italy, Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Tamang, Asha L., Shiba B. Karkee, and Kathleen A. Holloway. 2004. “Assessing Community Members’ Understanding and Practices in Treating ARI in Rural Nepal.” Presented at the International Conference on Improving Use of Medicines, Mar. 30 – Apr. 2, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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Karkee, Shiba B., Asha L. Tamang, and Kathleen A. Holloway. 2004. “Community Intervention to Promote Rational Treatment of Acute Respiratory Infection in Rural Nepal.” Presented at the International Conference on Improving Use of Medicines, Mar. 30 – Apr. 2, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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Holloway, Kathleen A., Shiba B. Karkee, and Asha L. Tamang. 2004. “Impact on Prescribing Patterns of a Fee per Drug Unit versus a Fee per Drug Item.” Presented at the International Conference on Improving Use of Medicines, Mar. 30 – Apr. 2, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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Tamang, Asha L., and Chanda Rai. 2004. “Socio-Cultural and Generation Gap: Threatening the Health of People due to Increased Risk of STIs and HIV/AIDs in the Eastern Region of Nepal.” Presented at the National Conference of Nursing Association of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2003. “Educating Community on TB, HIV/AIDS and STI by People Themselves.” Presented at the HIV/AIDS Workshop, Inter-Church Cooperation Organization of Netherlands, Assam, India.


Sociology

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Tamang, Asha L. 2015. “Diversity and Social Inclusion in Higher Education.” Presented at the 25th Annual Research Celebration: Sociology Research Institute (SRI), Apr. 17, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA.
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Tamang, Asha L., and Dimpal Yonjan-Lama. 2013. “Diversity and Reconstruction of Identities in Contemporary Nepal.” Presented at the Sociological/Anthropological Society of Nepal (SASON) International Conference: Current Dynamics in Transforming Nepal, Dec. 14–16, Kathmandu, Nepal.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2012. “Experiences of the 1996–2006 Civil Conflict in Nepal: Engagement of Tamangs (Indigenous People) and Bahun-Chhetris (Non-Indigenous People).” Presented at the Faculty of Education and Arts Student Research Festival, Aug. 8, University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2012. “Impact of Civil War on Schools, Teachers and Pupils in Nepal.” Presented at the Research Higher Degree Symposium, June 12, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2011. “Voices from Below: Dynamics and Underlying Causes of Civil War in Nepal.” Presented at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS) Conference for Academic Disciplines, May 23–26, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2011. “For, Against or Silence: Coping and Survival Strategies during Civil Conflict in Nepal.” Presented at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Advocacy, May 18–21, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2010. “Experiences of Civil Conflict in Nepal.” Presented at the Research Higher Degree Completion Symposium: Office of Graduate Studies, Nov. 16–17, University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2010. “Towards the Civil Conflict: Dynamics of Nepal’s Maoist Struggle from 1996 to 2006.” Presented at the Research Higher Degree Symposium: School of Humanities and Social Sciences, June 8, University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L., and Alex Broom. 2008. “The Practice of Traditional Healing in Nepal.” Presented at the Health, Culture and Religion in South Asia: Interdisciplinary and Cross-National Social Science Perspectives, an International Workshop, Nov. 12–13, Australian National University, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2008. “The Experiences of Civil Conflict in Nepal”. Presented at the Research Higher Degree Symposium: School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nov. 3, University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. and Bipin K. Acharya. 2006. “Migration: A Gateway to HIV/AIDS.” Presented at the Sociological/Anthropological Society of Nepal (SASON) International Conference: Social Sciences in a Multicultural World, Dec. 11–13, Kathmandu, Nepal.


Methodology


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Tamang, Asha L. 2012. “Reconstruction of Indigenous/Ethnic Identities during the Ten Year Civil War in Nepal.” Presented at the Workshop on Theorizing Indigenous Sociology: Developing Australian and International Approaches, July 19–20, Indigenous Sociology Thematic Group, The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), Australia.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2011. “Challenges of Data Collection: Appropriate Methods in Difficult Security Situations.” Presented at the 28th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Contemporary Issues in Qualitative Research, May 12–14, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus, Canada.
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Tamang, Asha L. 2010. “Insider-Outsider Identities in Fieldwork: Challenges of Collecting Data in Difficult Security Situations.” Presented at the Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) Social Science Methodology Conference 2010, Dec. 1–3, University of Sydney, Australia.


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