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The Europeanization of Eurosceptics?: A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats

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The Europeanization of Eurosceptics? : A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats. / Dutceac Segesten, Anamaria; Bossetta Jr, Michael Joseph.

2015. Paper præsenteret ved ECPR Joint Sessions in Warsaw, Warsaw, Polen.

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Dutceac Segesten, A & Bossetta Jr, MJ 2015, 'The Europeanization of Eurosceptics?: A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats' Paper fremlagt ved, Warsaw, Polen, 30/03/2015 - 02/04/2015, .

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Dutceac Segesten, A., & Bossetta Jr, M. J. (2015). The Europeanization of Eurosceptics? A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats. Paper præsenteret ved ECPR Joint Sessions in Warsaw, Warsaw, Polen.

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Dutceac Segesten A, Bossetta Jr MJ. The Europeanization of Eurosceptics?: A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats. 2015. Paper præsenteret ved ECPR Joint Sessions in Warsaw, Warsaw, Polen.

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Dutceac Segesten, Anamaria ; Bossetta Jr, Michael Joseph. / The Europeanization of Eurosceptics? : A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the Sweden Democrats. Paper præsenteret ved ECPR Joint Sessions in Warsaw, Warsaw, Polen.

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