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How do the work environment and work safety differ between the dry and wet kitchen foodservice facilities?
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저자 ( Hye Ja Chang ) , ( Jeong Won Kim ) , ( Se Young Ju ) , ( Eun Sun Go )
발행기관 대한지역사회영양학회·한국영양학회
간행물정보 Nutrition Research and Practice 2012년, 제6권 제4호, 366~374쪽(총9쪽)
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