Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes

Winands M, Grau A, Zick A (2017)
Soccer & Society: 1-16.

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Winands M, Grau A, Zick A. Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes. Soccer & Society. 2017:1-16.
Winands, M., Grau, A., & Zick, A. (2017). Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes. Soccer & Society, 1-16. doi:10.1080/14660970.2017.1302934
Winands, M., Grau, A., and Zick, A. (2017). Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes. Soccer & Society, 1-16.
Winands, M., Grau, A., & Zick, A., 2017. Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes. Soccer & Society, , p 1-16.
M. Winands, A. Grau, and A. Zick, “Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes”, Soccer & Society, 2017, pp. 1-16.
Winands, M., Grau, A., Zick, A.: Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes. Soccer & Society. 1-16 (2017).
Winands, Martin, Grau, Andreas, and Zick, Andreas. “Sources of identity and community among highly identified football fans in Germany. An empirical categorisation of differentiation processes”. Soccer & Society (2017): 1-16.
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