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2015 (R. XIV) | 1(55) | 181-196
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Od ontologii do administracji. Integracja społeczna w ujęciu Mary Follett

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From ontology to administration. Social integration according to Mary Follett
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181-196
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2015-03-30
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1642-672X
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