Introduzione
Journal Title: WELFARE E ERGONOMIA 
Author/s: Sandra Potestà 
Year:  2017 Issue: Language: English 
Pages:  7 Pg. 5-11 FullText PDF:  169 KB
DOI:  10.3280/WE2017-002001
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Sandra Potestà, in "WELFARE E ERGONOMIA" 2/2017, pp. 5-11, DOI:10.3280/WE2017-002001

   

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