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The Social impact of oil in Scotland : a contribution to the sociology of oil / edited by Ron Parsler and Dan Shapiro
Bib ID 24173
Format BookBook
Description Farnborough, Eng. : Gower Press, c1980 
vii, 176 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0566003759
Notes

Includes papers from a conference held in Aberdeen, March 1978, sponsored by the British Sociological Association.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Petroleum industry and trade -- Social aspects -- Scotland -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Parsler, Ron  |  Shapiro, Dan S  |  British Sociological Association

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