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Examining the role of dietary identity, perceived inconsistency and inclusive language of an advocate in legitimizing meat reduction.

Ben De Groeve (UGent) , Brent Bleys (UGent) and Liselot Hudders (UGent)
(2019)
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De Groeve, Ben, Brent Bleys, and Liselot Hudders. 2019. “Examining the Role of Dietary Identity, Perceived Inconsistency and Inclusive Language of an Advocate in Legitimizing Meat Reduction.” In .
APA
De Groeve, B., Bleys, B., & Hudders, L. (2019). Examining the role of dietary identity, perceived inconsistency and inclusive language of an advocate in legitimizing meat reduction. Presented at the Symposium: “The Psychology of Vegetarianism: Considering the Roles of Identity, Gender, and Morality” at the 31st Annual Convention of the Association of Psychological Science.
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De Groeve B, Bleys B, Hudders L. Examining the role of dietary identity, perceived inconsistency and inclusive language of an advocate in legitimizing meat reduction. 2019.
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De Groeve, Ben, Brent Bleys, and Liselot Hudders. “Examining the Role of Dietary Identity, Perceived Inconsistency and Inclusive Language of an Advocate in Legitimizing Meat Reduction.” 2019. Print.
@inproceedings{8617908,
  author       = {De Groeve, Ben and Bleys, Brent and Hudders, Liselot},
  location     = {Washington DC, USA},
  title        = {Examining the role of dietary identity, perceived inconsistency and inclusive language of an advocate in legitimizing meat reduction.},
  year         = {2019},
}