Varieties and Variations of Functional Differentiation

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HOLZER, Boris, 2018. Varieties and Variations of Functional Differentiation. In: Soziale Systeme. De Gruyter. 23(1-2), pp. 15-30. ISSN 0948-423X. eISSN 2366-0473. Available under: doi: 10.1515/sosys-2018-0002

@article{Holzer2018Varie-53980, title={Varieties and Variations of Functional Differentiation}, year={2018}, doi={10.1515/sosys-2018-0002}, number={1-2}, volume={23}, issn={0948-423X}, journal={Soziale Systeme}, pages={15--30}, author={Holzer, Boris} }

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