Introduction: Ideologies of Youth

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VAN DIJK, Rijk, Mirjam DE BRUIJN, Carlos CARDOSO, Inge BUTTER, 2011. Introduction: Ideologies of Youth. In: Africa Development. 36(3-4), pp. 1-18. ISSN 0850-3907

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