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Published by Bath University Library] in [Bath, Eng .
Written in English


  • Information storage and retrieval systems -- Social sciences.,
  • Social sciences -- Information services.

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Statement[by] Stephen A. Roberts.
SeriesDesign of Information Systems in the Social Sciences, working paper -- 2
The Physical Object
Pagination1 fiche.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18809993M

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