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Anti-American sentiment and America's perceived intent to dominate: An 11-nation study

Bibliographic reference Glick, Peter ; Fiske, Susan T. ; Abrams, Dominic ; Dardenne, Benoit ; Ferreira, Maria Cristina ; et. al. Anti-American sentiment and America's perceived intent to dominate: An 11-nation study. In: Basic and Applied Social Psychology, Vol. 28, no. 4, p. 363-373 (2006)
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