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Understanding Society: early findings from the first wave of the UK's household longitudinal study

Editors

Stephanie L. McFall and Chris Garrington

Publication date

2011

Subjects

Social Sciences, Social Change, and Surveys

Links

http://research.understandingsociety.org.uk/findings/early-findings


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