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Participatory urban appraisal and its application for research on violence. / Moser, Caroline; McIlwaine, Cathy.

In: Environment and Urbanization , Vol. 11, No. 2, 10.1999, p. 203-226.

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Moser, C & McIlwaine, C 1999, 'Participatory urban appraisal and its application for research on violence', Environment and Urbanization , vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 203-226.

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Moser, C., & McIlwaine, C. (1999). Participatory urban appraisal and its application for research on violence. Environment and Urbanization , 11(2), 203-226.

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Moser C, McIlwaine C. Participatory urban appraisal and its application for research on violence. Environment and Urbanization . 1999 Oct;11(2):203-226.

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Moser, Caroline ; McIlwaine, Cathy. / Participatory urban appraisal and its application for research on violence. In: Environment and Urbanization . 1999 ; Vol. 11, No. 2. pp. 203-226.

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