get organised : the ‘do’s’ preceding successful field research

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KERN, Florian G., Janis VOSSIEK, 2014. get organised : the ‘do’s’ preceding successful field research. In: European Political Science. 14(2), pp. 137-148. ISSN 1680-4333. eISSN 1682-0983

@article{Kern2014organ-31721, title={get organised : the ‘do’s’ preceding successful field research}, year={2014}, doi={10.1057/eps.2014.45}, number={2}, volume={14}, issn={1680-4333}, journal={European Political Science}, pages={137--148}, author={Kern, Florian G. and Vossiek, Janis} }

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