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Making Sense of Well-being: A Mixed-methods study applying sense-making theory to explore the role of communication competence and social support in physical, emotional, mental and comprehensive well-being

@inproceedings{Carmack2014MakingSO,
  title={Making Sense of Well-being: A Mixed-methods study applying sense-making theory to explore the role of communication competence and social support in physical, emotional, mental and comprehensive well-being},
  author={Suzanne Carmack},
  year={2014}
}

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