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Panic Rooms: The Rise of Defensive Homeownership

Verfasser/in: Rowland Atkinson; Sarah Blandy
Verlag: Taylor & Francis
Ausgabe/Format Artikel Artikel : EN
Veröffentichung:Housing Studies, 22, no. 4 (2007): 443-458
Datenbank:ArticleFirst
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Dokumenttyp: Aufsatz
Alle Autoren: Rowland Atkinson; Sarah Blandy
ISSN:0267-3037
Sprachhinweis: EN
Identifikator: 365427254
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