Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population

Legge S, Davidov E, Schmidt P (2008)
International Journal on Conflict and Violence 2(2): 248-267.

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Legge S, Davidov E, Schmidt P. Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population. International Journal on Conflict and Violence. 2008;2(2):248-267.
Legge, S., Davidov, E., & Schmidt, P. (2008). Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population. International Journal on Conflict and Violence, 2(2), 248-267.
Legge, S., Davidov, E., and Schmidt, P. (2008). Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population. International Journal on Conflict and Violence 2, 248-267.
Legge, S., Davidov, E., & Schmidt, P., 2008. Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population. International Journal on Conflict and Violence, 2(2), p 248-267.
S. Legge, E. Davidov, and P. Schmidt, “Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population”, International Journal on Conflict and Violence, vol. 2, 2008, pp. 248-267.
Legge, S., Davidov, E., Schmidt, P.: Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population. International Journal on Conflict and Violence. 2, 248-267 (2008).
Legge, Sandra, Davidov, Eldad, and Schmidt, Peter. “Anomia: Empirical Analyses of the Level and Development of the Individual Experience of Anomie in the German Population”. International Journal on Conflict and Violence 2.2 (2008): 248-267.
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