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Civil society as a contested field of meanings

Bibliographic reference Roginsky, Sandrine ; Shortall, Sally. Civil society as a contested field of meanings. In: International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 29, no.9-10, p. 473-487 (2009)
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