JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES’ ADOPTION OF DIGITALLY-MEDIATED SERVICES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

@article{TorresPruonosa2022JEHOVAHSWA,
  title={JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES’ ADOPTION OF DIGITALLY-MEDIATED SERVICES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC},
  author={Jose Torres-Pru{\~n}onosa and Miquel Angel Plaza-Navas and Silas S. Brown},
  journal={Cogent Social Sciences},
  year={2022}
}

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