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Changing infrastructures, measuring socio-spatial inclusion/exclusion: final report to the Department for Transport

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Changing infrastructures, measuring socio-spatial inclusion/exclusion : final report to the Department for Transport. / Cass, Noel; Shove, Elizabeth; Urry, John.

Lancaster : Lancaster University, 2003. 124 p.

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