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No Measure without Concept. A Critical Review on the Conceptualization and Measurement of Environmental Concern

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

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Class, Status, and Education: The Influence of Parental Resources on IEO in Europe, 1893-1987

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The Visual Analogue Scale. An Alternative to the Likert Type Response Scales. An Alternative to the Likert Type Response Scales

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Four Decades of Environmental Sociology Guest Editors’ Foreword

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Efficiency and Social Impact of Public Policies and Third Sector Practices in Bulgaria

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Current Views on Social Class, Status, and Mobility

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Diffusion of Islam in the United States: Comparative Personal Conversion Social Networks

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Investigating social support patterns of single mothers from a social network perspective

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Social Class, Life Events and Poverty Risks in Comparative European Perspective

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