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Children's engagement with environmental issues

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Children's engagement with environmental issues. / Schill, Marie; Muratore, Isabelle; Hogg, Margaret.

In: Journal of Marketing Management, 10.03.2022.

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Schill M, Muratore I, Hogg M. Children's engagement with environmental issues. Journal of Marketing Management. 2022 Mar 10. https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2022.2046626

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Schill, Marie ; Muratore, Isabelle ; Hogg, Margaret. / Children's engagement with environmental issues. In: Journal of Marketing Management. 2022.

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