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Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement

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Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement. / Zanbar, Lea; Ellison, Nicholas Richard Branhall.

In: Journal of Community Psychology, 03.07.2019, p. 1-21.

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Zanbar, L & Ellison, NRB 2019, 'Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement', Journal of Community Psychology, pp. 1-21.

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Zanbar, L., & Ellison, N. R. B. (2019). Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement. Journal of Community Psychology, 1-21.

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Zanbar L, Ellison NRB. Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement. Journal of Community Psychology. 2019 Jul 3;1-21.

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Zanbar, Lea ; Ellison, Nicholas Richard Branhall. / Personal and Community Factors as Predictors of different types of community engagement. In: Journal of Community Psychology. 2019 ; pp. 1-21.

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