On the social significance of the cooked dinner in South Wales.
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On the social significance of the cooked dinner in South Wales. by Anne Murcott

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Written in English

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Taken from Social science information, vol.21, no.4/5, 1982, pp. 677-696.

SeriesSocial science information -- v.21,no.4/5
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Open LibraryOL21654317M

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