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Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland

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Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. / Power, Séamus A.

Imagining Collective Futures. red. / Constance de Saint-Laurent; Sandra Obradović; Kevin R. Carriere. Information Age Publishing, 2018. s. 221-235 11.

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Harvard

Power, SA 2018, Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. i C de Saint-Laurent, S Obradović & KR Carriere (red), Imagining Collective Futures., 11, Information Age Publishing, s. 221-235. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76051-3_11

APA

Power, S. A. (2018). Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. I C. de Saint-Laurent, S. Obradović, & K. R. Carriere (red.), Imagining Collective Futures (s. 221-235). [11] Information Age Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76051-3_11

Vancouver

Power SA. Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. I de Saint-Laurent C, Obradović S, Carriere KR, red., Imagining Collective Futures. Information Age Publishing. 2018. s. 221-235. 11 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76051-3_11

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Power, Séamus A. / Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. Imagining Collective Futures. red. / Constance de Saint-Laurent ; Sandra Obradović ; Kevin R. Carriere. Information Age Publishing, 2018. s. 221-235

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