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Tytuł artykułu

Strong Social Ties and Adherence to Face Mask Wearing in COVID-19 Pandemic in Dagestan, North Caucasus

Tytuł czasopisma

Studia Socjologiczne

Rocznik

2022

Numer

No 3

Afiliacje

Kaliszewska, Iwona : Uniwersytet Warszawski ; Kołodziejska, Iwa : Uniwersytet Warszawski

Autorzy

Słowa kluczowe

social ties ; COVID-19 ; Dagestan, North Caucasus ; face mask wearing patterns

Wydział PAN

Nauki Humanistyczne i Społeczne

Zakres

137-157

Wydawca

Instytut Filozofii i Socjologii PAN ; Komitet Socjologii PAN ; Wydział Socjologii UW

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Data

2022.09.27

Typ

Artykuły / Articles

Identyfikator

DOI: 10.24425/sts.2022.142637 ; ISSN 0039-3371, e-ISSN 2545-2770
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