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Om metoden i normativ politologi

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Om metoden i normativ politologi. / Nielsen, Lasse.

I: Politik, Bind 16, Nr. 3, 2013, s. 45-54.

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Nielsen, L 2013, 'Om metoden i normativ politologi', Politik, bind 16, nr. 3, s. 45-54.

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Nielsen, L. (2013). Om metoden i normativ politologi. Politik, 16(3), 45-54.

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Nielsen L. 2013. Om metoden i normativ politologi. Politik. 16(3):45-54.

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Nielsen, Lasse. "Om metoden i normativ politologi". Politik. 2013, 16(3). 45-54.

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Nielsen L. Om metoden i normativ politologi. Politik. 2013;16(3):45-54.

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Nielsen, Lasse. / Om metoden i normativ politologi. I: Politik. 2013 ; Bind 16, Nr. 3. s. 45-54.

Bibtex

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