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Rural Residence: Dreams for the Future and Foreseen Obstacles by Young Adults From the Netherlands

Published Online: 20 Sep 2023
Volume & Issue: Volume 15 (2023) - Issue 3 (September 2023)
Page range: 381 - 399
Received: 13 Jan 2023
Accepted: 06 Jul 2023
Journal Details
First Published
24 Feb 2009
Publication timeframe
4 times per year

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