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Civil Society Discourses on Poverty and Social Exclusion During the Greek Crisis

Bibliographic reference Perez, Alejandro ; et. al. Civil Society Discourses on Poverty and Social Exclusion During the Greek Crisis. In: Maria ZafiropoulouAspasia TheodosiouAlejandro Pérez, Socioeconomic Fragmentation and Exclusion in Greece under the Crisis, Dimitris KatsikasDimitri A. SotiropoulosMaria Zafiropoulou  2018, p. 163-187
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