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(Maintaining quality in) social research in straitened times

September 30, 2010 950

Patrick Sturgis,  University of Southampton, National Centre for Research Methods speaking at the SRA Summer Event in July

SRAsummerevent Patrick Sturgiss (ps1r07 v1)

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