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Alphabetical List of Key Notions

  • Stefanie Jung
  • Peter Krebs
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Abstract

This chapter is the main part of this book. It gathers findings, tactics and strategies, complemented by additional explanations of the basic terms in alphabetical order.

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  • Stefanie Jung
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  • Peter Krebs
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  1. 1.Faculty IIIUniversity of SiegenSiegenGermany

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