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Social Mobility In A Pre- And A Post-War Cohort

Tor-Erik Soderholm

Social Mobility In A Pre- And A Post-War Cohort

a descriptive comparison of two cohorts of the Swedish-speaking population in Finland

by Tor-Erik Soderholm

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Published by Abo Akademis in Abo .
Written in English


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Pagination50 p.
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