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Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion

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Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion. / Matravers, Matt.

Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion. ed. / Jesper Ryberg; Julian V. Roberts. New York : Oxford University Press, 2014. p. 33-53.

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Harvard

Matravers, M 2014, Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion. in J Ryberg & JV Roberts (eds), Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 33-53.

APA

Matravers, M. (2014). Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion. In J. Ryberg, & J. V. Roberts (Eds.), Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion (pp. 33-53). Oxford University Press.

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Matravers M. Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion. In Ryberg J, Roberts JV, editors, Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion. New York: Oxford University Press. 2014. p. 33-53

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Matravers, Matt. / Proportionality Theory and Popular Opinion. Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion. editor / Jesper Ryberg ; Julian V. Roberts. New York : Oxford University Press, 2014. pp. 33-53

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