Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia: Introductory Considerations

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Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia : Introductory Considerations. / Andersen, Peter Birkelund; Mehdi, Rubya; Prakash, Amit ; Sharif, Yasir.

Re-Interrogating Civil Society in South Asia: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. red. / Peter Birkelund Andersen; Rubya Mehdi; Amit Prakash. Oxford and New York : Routledge, 2021. s. 1-20.

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Andersen, PB, Mehdi, R, Prakash, A & Sharif, Y 2021, Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia: Introductory Considerations. i PB Andersen, R Mehdi & A Prakash (red), Re-Interrogating Civil Society in South Asia: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Routledge, Oxford and New York, s. 1-20.

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Andersen, P. B., Mehdi, R., Prakash, A., & Sharif, Y. (2021). Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia: Introductory Considerations. I P. B. Andersen, R. Mehdi, & A. Prakash (red.), Re-Interrogating Civil Society in South Asia: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh (s. 1-20). Routledge.

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Andersen PB, Mehdi R, Prakash A, Sharif Y. Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia: Introductory Considerations. I Andersen PB, Mehdi R, Prakash A, red., Re-Interrogating Civil Society in South Asia: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Oxford and New York: Routledge. 2021. s. 1-20

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Andersen, Peter Birkelund ; Mehdi, Rubya ; Prakash, Amit ; Sharif, Yasir. / Dissemination of Civil Society in South Asia : Introductory Considerations. Re-Interrogating Civil Society in South Asia: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. red. / Peter Birkelund Andersen ; Rubya Mehdi ; Amit Prakash. Oxford and New York : Routledge, 2021. s. 1-20

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