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Anişoara Pop and Raluca Crişan

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Gabriela Cusen

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Vincenzo M.B. Giorgino

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Arto Ruuska

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Matilda Hellman

of alcohol advertising and media exposure on adolescent alcohol use: A systematic review of longitudinal studies. Alcohol Alcoholism 44(3): 229-243 Baran, S. J. & Davis, D. K. (2009): Mass communication theory. Foundations, ferment and future. Sixth edition. USA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning BMA Board of Science (2009): Under the influence. The damaging effect of alcohol marketing on young people. UK: British medical Association de Bruijn, A. (2009): Research protocol, STAP - Dutch

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Katherine Kirk and Ellen Bal

speak Dutch and Neha took several Dutch classes but struggled to learn. Their son attended a British school because they believed an English education would offer him more opportunities than a Dutch one. They led a fairly contented life in the Netherlands but emphasised that they would like their son to be partially educated in India and that they “want to die in India”. When we first interviewed them in 2013, they said they planned to move to the United States or Canada and to return to India one day with wealth and Dutch passports. Why do Indian knowledge migrants

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Giorgos K. Fountzoulas, Maria I. Koutsouba and Evgenia Nikolaki

literacy: (In)definite article. In: G. Barton (ed.) Literacy in the Arts: Retheorising Learning and Teaching (pp. 131-143). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. Street, B. (1993). Cross-cultural approaches to literacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Taplin, L. (2013). Physical literacy as a journey. Journal of Sport science and Physical Education, 65, 57-63. Thomas, J.R., & Nelson, J.K. (2003). Research methods in physical activity. (trans. K. Karteroliotis). Athens: Medical Publications P.C. Paschalidis. Tremblay, M

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Maria José Sá, Carlos Miguel Ferreira and Sandro Serpa

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