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GARRITZMANN, Julian L., 2015. Attitudes towards student support : How positive feedback-effects prevent change in the Four Worlds of Student Finance. In: Journal of European Social Policy. 25(2), pp. 139-158. ISSN 0958-9287. eISSN 1461-7269

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