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The contribution of gender in the explanation of social inequalities in mental health. The case of work, non-work characteristics and depression

E GODIN, F LEYNEN, Gui De Backer UGent, Els Clays UGent and F KITTEL (2005) ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 63(Suppl. 1). p.22-22
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ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Arch. Public Health
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63
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Suppl. 1
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22-22 pages
ISSN
0778-7367
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yes
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C1
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322531
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-322531
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2005-11-04 14:26:00
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@inproceedings{322531,
  author       = {GODIN, E and LEYNEN, F and De Backer, Gui and Clays, Els and KITTEL, F},
  booktitle    = {ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH},
  issn         = {0778-7367},
  number       = {Suppl. 1},
  pages        = {22--22},
  title        = {The contribution of gender in the explanation of social inequalities in mental health. The case of work, non-work characteristics and depression},
  volume       = {63},
  year         = {2005},
}

Chicago
GODIN, E, F LEYNEN, Gui De Backer, Els Clays, and F KITTEL. 2005. “The Contribution of Gender in the Explanation of Social Inequalities in Mental Health. The Case of Work, Non-work Characteristics and Depression.” In Archives of Public Health, 63:22–22.
APA
GODIN, E., LEYNEN, F., De Backer, G., Clays, E., & KITTEL, F. (2005). The contribution of gender in the explanation of social inequalities in mental health. The case of work, non-work characteristics and depression. ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH (Vol. 63, pp. 22–22).
Vancouver
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GODIN E, LEYNEN F, De Backer G, Clays E, KITTEL F. The contribution of gender in the explanation of social inequalities in mental health. The case of work, non-work characteristics and depression. ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 2005. p. 22–22.
MLA
GODIN, E, F LEYNEN, Gui De Backer, et al. “The Contribution of Gender in the Explanation of Social Inequalities in Mental Health. The Case of Work, Non-work Characteristics and Depression.” Archives of Public Health. Vol. 63. 2005. 22–22. Print.