Living with pandemics: places, people and policy

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Living with pandemics : places, people and policy. / Bryson, John R. (Editor); Andres, Lauren (Editor); Ersoy, Aksel (Editor); Reardon, Louise (Editor).

Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2021. 352 p.

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Bryson, John R. (Editor) ; Andres, Lauren (Editor) ; Ersoy, Aksel (Editor) ; Reardon, Louise (Editor). / Living with pandemics : places, people and policy. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2021. 352 p.

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