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Productive Thinking in Place of Problem-Solving?
Suggestions for Associating Productive Thinking with Text Comprehension Fostering

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A Network Analysis of the Romanian Higher Education Graduates’ Intra-generational Mobility

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Brand Clans: Consumption and Rituals Among Low-income Young People in the City of Porto Alegre

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Mobile Eating: A Cultural Perspective

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Deliciously Exotic? Immigrant Grocery Shops and Their Non-Migrant Clientele

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Suburbanisation and Middle Class Imaginaires in the Post-Socialist City. A Romanian Case Study

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Personal and Spiritual Development in Contemporary Romania: In Search of Ambivalence

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The Impact of Pictures on Best-Worst Scaling in Web Surveys

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Deliberation within Sectors. Making the Case for Sector Mini-publics

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Sleep, Work and Globalization: The Evening/Night Shift Employees in Call Centre in Romania

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