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The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults

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The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults. / Furlong, Andy ; Campbell, Rosemary; Roberts, Ken.

In: Leisure Studies, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1990, p. 213-224.

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Furlong, A, Campbell, R & Roberts, K 1990, 'The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults', Leisure Studies, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 213-224.

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Furlong, A., Campbell, R., & Roberts, K. (1990). The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults. Leisure Studies, 9(3), 213-224.

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Furlong A, Campbell R, Roberts K. The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults. Leisure Studies. 1990;9(3):213-224.

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Furlong, Andy ; Campbell, Rosemary ; Roberts, Ken. / The Effects of Post 16 Experiences and Social Class on the Leisure Patterns of Young Adults. In: Leisure Studies. 1990 ; Vol. 9, No. 3. pp. 213-224.

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