Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations

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Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations. / Lövheim, Mia; Jernsletten, Haakon Haugevik; Herbert, David; Lundby, Knut; Hjarvard, Stig.

Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia. red. / Knut Lundby. Berlin : De Gruyter, 2018. s. 33-50.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Lövheim, M, Jernsletten, HH, Herbert, D, Lundby, K & Hjarvard, S 2018, Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations. i K Lundby (red.), Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia. De Gruyter, Berlin, s. 33-50. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110502060-007

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Lövheim, M., Jernsletten, H. H., Herbert, D., Lundby, K., & Hjarvard, S. (2018). Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations. I K. Lundby (red.), Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia (s. 33-50). Berlin: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110502060-007

Vancouver

Lövheim M, Jernsletten HH, Herbert D, Lundby K, Hjarvard S. Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations. I Lundby K, red., Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia. Berlin: De Gruyter. 2018. s. 33-50 https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110502060-007

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Lövheim, Mia ; Jernsletten, Haakon Haugevik ; Herbert, David ; Lundby, Knut ; Hjarvard, Stig. / Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations. Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia. red. / Knut Lundby. Berlin : De Gruyter, 2018. s. 33-50

Bibtex

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