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Садмен С. ., Бредберн Н. ., Шварц Н. .
Автобиографическая память / Пер. с англ. Д.М. Рогозина, М.В. Рассохиной


Садмен Сеймур – профессор, автор трудов по методологии социологических и маркетинговых обследований
Бредберн Норман – профессор, заместитель директора
Шварц Норман – профессор, Университета штата Мичиган, ведущий специалист Центра массовых обследований и Центра изучения групповой динамики

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Садмен С. ., Бредберн Н. ., Шварц Н. . Автобиографическая память / Пер. с англ. Д.М. Рогозина, М.В. Рассохиной // Социологический журнал. 2002. Том. 0. № 2. С. С. 13-30.

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