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The socio-economic distribution of health-related occupational stressors among wage-earners in a post-fordist labour market

Christophe Vanroelen, Katia Levecque UGent and Fred Louckx (2010) ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 68. p.14-29
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journal title
ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Arch. Public Health
volume
68
pages
14 - 29
ISSN
0778-7367
language
English
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yes
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A2
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c:vabb:301595
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VABB-1
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1113969
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1113969
date created
2011-02-01 14:43:55
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2016-12-19 15:46:20
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  author       = {Vanroelen, Christophe and Levecque, Katia and Louckx, Fred},
  issn         = {0778-7367},
  journal      = {ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {14--29},
  title        = {The socio-economic distribution of health-related occupational stressors among wage-earners in a post-fordist labour market},
  volume       = {68},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Vanroelen, Christophe, Katia Levecque, and Fred Louckx. 2010. “The Socio-economic Distribution of Health-related Occupational Stressors Among Wage-earners in a Post-fordist Labour Market.” Archives of Public Health 68: 14–29.
APA
Vanroelen, C., Levecque, K., & Louckx, F. (2010). The socio-economic distribution of health-related occupational stressors among wage-earners in a post-fordist labour market. ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 68, 14–29.
Vancouver
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Vanroelen C, Levecque K, Louckx F. The socio-economic distribution of health-related occupational stressors among wage-earners in a post-fordist labour market. ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2010;68:14–29.
MLA
Vanroelen, Christophe, Katia Levecque, and Fred Louckx. “The Socio-economic Distribution of Health-related Occupational Stressors Among Wage-earners in a Post-fordist Labour Market.” ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH 68 (2010): 14–29. Print.