Natural Utopianism in Everyday Life Practice - An Elementary Theoretical Model. Oevermann, U. In Thinking Utopia - Steps into Other Worlds., of Making Sense of History, pages 136--148. Berghahn Books, New York/Oxford, 2005.
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  address = {New York/Oxford},
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  booktitle = {Thinking Utopia - Steps into Other Worlds.},
  editor = {Jüsen, Jörn},
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  isbn = {978-1571814401},
  keywords = {Alltagspraxis Lebenspraxis Utopisches_Denken Lebenspraxismodell Utopie},
  pages = {136--148},
  publisher = {Berghahn Books},
  series = {Making Sense of History},
  timestamp = {2015-04-29T18:23:44.000+0200},
  title = {Natural Utopianism in Everyday Life Practice - An Elementary Theoretical Model.},
  year = 2005
}
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