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«Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana

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«Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana. / Abat Ninet, Antoni.

2014.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskningfagfællebedømt

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Abat Ninet, A 2014, '«Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana'.

APA

Abat Ninet, A. (Accepteret/In press). «Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana.

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Abat Ninet A. «Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana. 2014.

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Abat Ninet, Antoni. / «Dikasteria» i «Deliberation Day»: dues propostes de participació política ciutadana. 12 s.

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