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The Discrepancy Between How Women See Themselves and Feminists Predicts Identification with Feminism.(Report)

Meijs, Maartje H. J. ; Ratliff, Kate A. ; Lammers, Joris

Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 2017, Vol.77(5-6), p.293(16) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Cengage Learning, Inc.

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The Discrepancy Between How Women See Themselves and Feminists Predicts Identification with Feminism

Meijs, Maartje ; Ratliff, Kate ; Lammers, Joris

Sex Roles, Sep 2017, pp.293-308 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Discrepancy Between How Women See Themselves and Feminists Predicts Identification with Feminism
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The Discrepancy Between How Women See Themselves and Feminists Predicts Identification with Feminism

Meijs, Maartje H. J. ; Ratliff, Kate A. ; Lammers, Joris

Sex Roles, 1/14/2017 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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