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Volume editorship scientific refereed
Shachar, A. (Ed.), Bauboeck, R. (Ed.), Bloemraad, I. (Ed.), & Vink, M. (2017). The Oxford handbook of citizenship. Oxford:Oxford University Press.
Part of Volume-scientific refereed
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