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Reis, R. (participant), Berckmoes, L. H. (participant) & Tize, C. P. (participant) (9-4-2015 - 12-4-2015). panel at the Biannual meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology (SPA), Boston. Intergenerational transmission of social vulnerabilities in fragile socio-ecologies: understanding children’s micro-worlds (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).