Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany

Schneider S, Castillo JC (2015)
Social Psychology Quarterly 78(3): 263-282.

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Autor*in
Schneider, SimoneUniBi; Castillo, Juan C.
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Zeitschriftentitel
Social Psychology Quarterly
Band
78
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
263-282
ISSN
0190-2725
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2940086

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Schneider S, Castillo JC. Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany. Social Psychology Quarterly. 2015;78(3):263-282.
Schneider, S., & Castillo, J. C. (2015). Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany. Social Psychology Quarterly, 78(3), 263-282. doi:10.1177/0190272515589298
Schneider, S., and Castillo, J. C. (2015). Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany. Social Psychology Quarterly 78, 263-282.
Schneider, S., & Castillo, J.C., 2015. Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany. Social Psychology Quarterly, 78(3), p 263-282.
S. Schneider and J.C. Castillo, “Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany”, Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 78, 2015, pp. 263-282.
Schneider, S., Castillo, J.C.: Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany. Social Psychology Quarterly. 78, 263-282 (2015).
Schneider, Simone, and Castillo, Juan C. “Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Legitimacy of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany”. Social Psychology Quarterly 78.3 (2015): 263-282.

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