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TitleDemobilising by legitimising: Masculine honour, positive and negative contact, and social activism against criminal organisations
Author (Name in English or Pinyin)
Date Issued2019
Source PublicationGroup Processes and Intergroup Relations
Indexed BySCOPUS
Firstlevel Discipline哲学
Education discipline社科类
Published range国外学术期刊
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionSchool of Humanities and Social Science
Corresponding AuthorTravaglino, G.A.
1.Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom
2.The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), China
3.University of Kent, United Kingdom
Corresponding Author AffilicationThe Chinese University of HongKong,Shenzhen
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Drury, L.,Travaglino, G.A. Demobilising by legitimising: Masculine honour, positive and negative contact, and social activism against criminal organisations[J]. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations,2019.
APA Drury, L., & Travaglino, G.A. (2019). Demobilising by legitimising: Masculine honour, positive and negative contact, and social activism against criminal organisations. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.
MLA Drury, L.,et al."Demobilising by legitimising: Masculine honour, positive and negative contact, and social activism against criminal organisations".Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (2019).
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