Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research

Diewald M (2001)
Canadian Studies in Population 28(2 (Special issue on Longitudinal Research): 219-248.

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Diewald M. Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research. Canadian Studies in Population. 2001;28(2 (Special issue on Longitudinal Research):219-248.
Diewald, M. (2001). Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research. Canadian Studies in Population, 28(2 (Special issue on Longitudinal Research), 219-248.
Diewald, M. (2001). Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research. Canadian Studies in Population 28, 219-248.
Diewald, M., 2001. Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research. Canadian Studies in Population, 28(2 (Special issue on Longitudinal Research), p 219-248.
M. Diewald, “Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research”, Canadian Studies in Population, vol. 28, 2001, pp. 219-248.
Diewald, M.: Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research. Canadian Studies in Population. 28, 219-248 (2001).
Diewald, Martin. “Unitary social science for causal understanding? Experiences and prospects of life course research”. Canadian Studies in Population 28.2 (Special issue on Longitudinal Research) (2001): 219-248.
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