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Открытые вопросы в массовых обследованиях


Рогозин Дмитрий Михайлович – аспирант, сектор социологии знания

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Рогозин Д. М. Открытые вопросы в массовых обследованиях // Социологический журнал. 2001. Том. 0. № 3. С. С. 29-70.

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