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Reference groups and the theory of revolution. / Urry, John.

London : Routledge, 1973. 240 p. (International library of sociology).

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Urry J. Reference groups and the theory of revolution. London: Routledge, 1973. 240 p. (International library of sociology).

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Urry, John. / Reference groups and the theory of revolution. London : Routledge, 1973. 240 p. (International library of sociology).

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