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TitleConnected guys: Endorsement of masculine honour predicts more frequent contact with members of criminal organisations
Author (Name in English or Pinyin)
Date Issued2019-02-01
Source PublicationEUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
ISSN0046-2772
DOI10.1002/ejsp.2389
Indexed BySSCI
Firstlevel Discipline教育学
Education discipline社科类
Published range国外学术期刊
Volume Issue Pages卷: 49 期: 1 页: 157-168
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Identifierhttps://irepository.cuhk.edu.cn/handle/3EPUXD0A/141
CollectionSchool of Humanities and Social Science
Corresponding AuthorTravaglino, Giovanni A.
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1.Chinese Univ Hong Kong , Sch Humanities & Social Sci, Shenzhen, Peoples R China
2.Univ Kent, Sch Psychol, Ctr Study Grp Proc, Canterbury, Kent, England
3.Birkbeck Univ London, Dept Org Psychol, London, England
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Travaglino, Giovanni A.,Drury, Lisbeth. Connected guys: Endorsement of masculine honour predicts more frequent contact with members of criminal organisations[J]. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY,2019.
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