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Adapting fieldwork during the COVID-19 outbreak A methodological overview of the ELSA COVID-19 Substudy ( wave 1 )

  title={Adapting fieldwork during the COVID-19 outbreak A methodological overview of the ELSA COVID-19 Substudy ( wave 1 )},
  author={Gianfranco Addario and Peter H. Dangerfield and David Hussey and Bruno Pacchiotti},
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