1 edition of Professions in Norwegian social structure, 1720-1955 found in the catalog.
Professions in Norwegian social structure, 1720-1955
|Statement||Vilhelm Aubert ... [et al.] ; statistical consultant, Arvid Amundsen.|
|Contributions||Aubert, Vilhelm., Institutt for samfunnsforskning (Oslo, Norway)|
|LC Classifications||HD8038.N8 P76 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||84140794|
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