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Threatened or Empowered? The Impact of Neighborhood Context on Community Involvement in Antwerp, Belgium

Bibliographic reference Loopmans, Maarten. Threatened or Empowered? The Impact of Neighborhood Context on Community Involvement in Antwerp, Belgium. In: Urban Affairs Review, Vol. 45, no. 6, p. 797-820 (2010)
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