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The biasing effect of overreporting cultural behaviour in standard surveys on cultural and arts participation How can overreporting be understood and countered?

John Lievens (UGent)
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Lievens, John. 2009. “The Biasing Effect of Overreporting Cultural Behaviour in Standard Surveys on Cultural and Arts Participation How Can Overreporting Be Understood and Countered?” In Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies? Abstracts.
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Lievens, John. (2009). The biasing effect of overreporting cultural behaviour in standard surveys on cultural and arts participation How can overreporting be understood and countered? Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies? Abstracts. Presented at the Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies.
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Lievens J. The biasing effect of overreporting cultural behaviour in standard surveys on cultural and arts participation How can overreporting be understood and countered? Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies? Abstracts. 2009.
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Lievens, John. “The Biasing Effect of Overreporting Cultural Behaviour in Standard Surveys on Cultural and Arts Participation How Can Overreporting Be Understood and Countered?” Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies? Abstracts. 2009. Print.
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  author       = {Lievens, John},
  booktitle    = {Conference of the ESA Research Network for the Sociology of Consumption : European Society or European Societies? Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lisbon, Portugal},
  title        = {The biasing effect of overreporting cultural behaviour in standard surveys on cultural and arts participation How can overreporting be understood and countered?},
  year         = {2009},
}