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Gerlach, J. D., Williams, L. K., & Forcina, C. E. (2013). The science-natural resource policy relationship: How aspects of diffusion theory explain data selection for making biodiversity management decisions. Politics & Policy, 41(3), 326–354.
Hildebrandt, T. (2011). The evolution of activism into social entrepreneurship in China and its effect on rights expansion and protection. Conference Papers—American Political Science Association, 1–35.
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