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Moral Communities? : Religion as a Source of Social Trust in a Multilevel Analysis of 97 German Regions

Moral Communities? : Religion as a Source of Social Trust in a Multilevel Analysis of 97 German Regions

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TRAUNMÜLLER, Richard, 2010. Moral Communities? : Religion as a Source of Social Trust in a Multilevel Analysis of 97 German Regions. In: European Sociological Review. 27(3), pp. 346-363. ISSN 0266-7215

@article{Traunmuller2010Moral-14475, title={Moral Communities? : Religion as a Source of Social Trust in a Multilevel Analysis of 97 German Regions}, year={2010}, doi={10.1093/esr/jcq011}, number={3}, volume={27}, issn={0266-7215}, journal={European Sociological Review}, pages={346--363}, author={Traunmüller, Richard} }

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