Framing by the Flock: Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success

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Framing by the Flock : Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success. / Junk, Wiebke Marie; Rasmussen, Anne.

I: Comparative Political Studies, Bind 52, Nr. 4, 1, 2019, s. 483.

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Junk, WM & Rasmussen, A 2019, 'Framing by the Flock: Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success', Comparative Political Studies, bind 52, nr. 4, 1, s. 483. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414018784044

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Junk, W. M., & Rasmussen, A. (2019). Framing by the Flock: Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success. Comparative Political Studies, 52(4), 483. [1]. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414018784044

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Junk WM, Rasmussen A. Framing by the Flock: Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success. Comparative Political Studies. 2019;52(4):483. 1. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414018784044

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Junk, Wiebke Marie ; Rasmussen, Anne. / Framing by the Flock : Collective Issue Definition and Advocacy Success. I: Comparative Political Studies. 2019 ; Bind 52, Nr. 4. s. 483.

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