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A Joint Arena for Voters and Politicians?

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Higher Education Students’ Perceptions of Environmental Issues and Media Coverage

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Personal experiences of drinking and alcohol-related risk perceptions: The importance of the subjective dimension

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Flying Eyes and Hidden Controllers: A Qualitative Study of People’s Privacy Perceptions of Civilian Drones in The US

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Users’ Perceptions on Internet Financial Reporting

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Equality Plans and Gender Perception in University Students

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Wind farms and rural tourism: A Portuguese case study of residents’ and visitors’ perceptions and attitudes

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Exploring Change in EFL Teachers’ Perceptions of Professional Development

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The Planning of Tourism on Rural Areas: The Stakeholders' Perceptions of the Boticas Municipality (Northeastern Portugal)

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The effect of tourists’ perceptions of a tourism product on memorable travel experience: Implications for destination branding

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