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Identity and injustice exploring women"s participation in collective action by Caroline Kelly

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Article from Journal of community and applied social psychology, Vol.5, 1995 (pp.41-57).

Other titlesJournal of community and applied social psychology.
StatementCaroline Kelly and Sara Breinlinger.
ContributionsBreinlinger, Sara.
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Open LibraryOL16208010M

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