Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict: The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere

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Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict : The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere. / Hjarvard, Stig; Rosenfeldt, Mattias Pape.

I: Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, Bind 30, Nr. 2, 22.11.2017, s. 136-152.

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Hjarvard, S & Rosenfeldt, MP 2017, 'Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict: The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere', Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, bind 30, nr. 2, s. 136-152. https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1890-7008-2017-02-03

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Hjarvard, S., & Rosenfeldt, M. P. (2017). Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict: The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere. Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 30(2), 136-152. https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1890-7008-2017-02-03

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Hjarvard S, Rosenfeldt MP. Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict: The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere. Nordic Journal of Religion and Society. 2017 nov 22;30(2):136-152. https://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1890-7008-2017-02-03

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Hjarvard, Stig ; Rosenfeldt, Mattias Pape. / Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict : The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere. I: Nordic Journal of Religion and Society. 2017 ; Bind 30, Nr. 2. s. 136-152.

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