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The Evolution of Family Farms in Poland: Present Time and the Weight of the Past

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Intra-European Migrants and the Question of Integration:
Citizenship In The Lives Of Finnish Migrants In Europe

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Population, professional and client views on the dangerousness of addictions: testing the familiarity hypothesis

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Transnational Political Activities of the Swedish Finn Youth Organization

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Morals and the Right to Free Movement
Insiders, outsiders and Europe’s migration crisis

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New Media as a Formation Factor for Digital Sociology: The Consequences of the Networking in the Society and the Intellectualization of the Communications

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Latvian Migrants’ Circular or Permanent Migration to Norway:
Economic and Social Factors

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Co-occurrence of substance use disorders with other psychiatric disorders: implications for treatment services

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Big Data for Biomedical Research and Personalised Medicine: an Epistemological and Ethical Cross-Analysis

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Conceptualising the Rise of the Rural Community Movement in Lithuania: A Framework for Analysis

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