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Day-Care in Denmark: The Key to Social Integration

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Day-Care in Denmark : The Key to Social Integration. / Bundgaard, Helle.

The question of integration: Immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state. red. / Karen Fog Olwig; Karsten Pærregaard. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. s. 150-166.

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Harvard

Bundgaard, H 2011, Day-Care in Denmark: The Key to Social Integration. i K Fog Olwig & K Pærregaard (red), The question of integration: Immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, s. 150-166.

APA

Bundgaard, H. (2011). Day-Care in Denmark: The Key to Social Integration. I K. Fog Olwig, & K. Pærregaard (red.), The question of integration: Immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state (s. 150-166). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Vancouver

Bundgaard H. Day-Care in Denmark: The Key to Social Integration. I Fog Olwig K, Pærregaard K, red., The question of integration: Immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2011. s. 150-166

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Bundgaard, Helle. / Day-Care in Denmark : The Key to Social Integration. The question of integration: Immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state. red. / Karen Fog Olwig ; Karsten Pærregaard. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. s. 150-166

Bibtex

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