Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model

Bora A (1995)
Social Justice Research 8(2): 175-195.

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Bora A. Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model. Social Justice Research. 1995;8(2):175-195.
Bora, A. (1995). Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model. Social Justice Research, 8(2), 175-195.
Bora, A. (1995). Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model. Social Justice Research 8, 175-195.
Bora, A., 1995. Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model. Social Justice Research, 8(2), p 175-195.
A. Bora, “Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model”, Social Justice Research, vol. 8, 1995, pp. 175-195.
Bora, A.: Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model. Social Justice Research. 8, 175-195 (1995).
Bora, Alfons. “Procedural Justice As a Contested Concept: Sociological Remarks on the Group Value Model”. Social Justice Research 8.2 (1995): 175-195.
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