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"鸟巢一代"奥运志愿服务集体记忆与奥运遗产. / Wang, Yan; Derom, Inge; Theeboom, Marc.

In: Journal of Shenyang Sport University, Vol. 37, No. 6, 03.11.2018, p. 65-72.

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Wang, Y, Derom, I & Theeboom, M 2018, '"鸟巢一代"奥运志愿服务集体记忆与奥运遗产' Journal of Shenyang Sport University, vol. 37, no. 6, pp. 65-72.

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Wang, Y., Derom, I., & Theeboom, M. (2018). "鸟巢一代"奥运志愿服务集体记忆与奥运遗产. Journal of Shenyang Sport University, 37(6), 65-72.

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Wang Y, Derom I, Theeboom M. "鸟巢一代"奥运志愿服务集体记忆与奥运遗产. Journal of Shenyang Sport University. 2018 Nov 3;37(6):65-72.

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Wang, Yan ; Derom, Inge ; Theeboom, Marc. / "鸟巢一代"奥运志愿服务集体记忆与奥运遗产. In: Journal of Shenyang Sport University. 2018 ; Vol. 37, No. 6. pp. 65-72.

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