by European Coordination for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences in Vienna .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Julian Bystrzanowski ; with the technical assistance of Gabriella Beck.|
|Contributions||Bystrzanowski, Julian., European Coordination Centre for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences.|
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