Canadian social attitudes and beliefs 1972-1997
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Canadian social attitudes and beliefs 1972-1997 a select bibliography by Shabiran Rahman

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Published by University of Waterloo Library in Waterloo, Ont .
Written in English



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  • Canadians -- Attitudes -- Bibliography.,
  • Public opinion -- Canada -- Bibliography.,
  • Canadiens -- Attitudes -- Bibliographies.,
  • Opinion publique -- Canada -- Bibliographies.,
  • Canada -- Social conditions -- 1971-1991 -- Public opinion -- Bibliography.,
  • Canada -- Social conditions -- 1991- -- Public opinion -- Bibliography.,
  • Canada -- Conditions sociales -- 1971-1991 -- Opinion publique -- Bibliographies.,
  • Canada -- Conditions sociales -- 1991- -- Opinion publique -- Bibliographies.

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementcompiled by Shabiran Rahman, Ronald D. Lambert.
GenreBibliography., Bibliographies.
SeriesUniversity of Waterloo Library bibliography,, no. 20
ContributionsLambert, Ronald D., University of Waterloo. Library.
LC ClassificationsZ7164.P956 R34 1999, [HN110.Z9.P8] R34 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 125 p. ;
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6883410M
ISBN 100920834175
LC Control Number00455456

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