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Title

Motherland under attack! Nationalism, terrorist threat, and support for the restriction of civil liberties

Journal title

Polish Psychological Bulletin

Yearbook

2011

Numer

No 1

Publication authors

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Humanistyczne i Społeczne

Publisher

Committee for Psychological Science PAS

Date

2011

Identifier

ISSN 0079-2993

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DOI

10.2478/v10059-011-0003-0

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