2 edition of Policy for the inner city? found in the catalog.
Policy for the inner city?
A. F. Sills
by University of Leicester Centre for Mass Communication Research in Leicester
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew Sills, Gillian Taylor and Peter Golding. Vol.1, Locating deprivation, the validity of the area approach.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Gillian., Golding, Peter, 1947-, University of Leicester. Centre for Mass Communication Research. Inner Area Research Project.|
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