The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe: A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences

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The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe : A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences. / Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Kristensen, Nete Nørgaard.

I: Journalism, 16.08.2018, s. 1-20.

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Hovden, JF & Kristensen, NN 2018, 'The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe: A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences', Journalism, s. 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884918791224

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Hovden, J. F., & Kristensen, N. N. (2018). The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe: A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences. Journalism, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884918791224

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Hovden JF, Kristensen NN. The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe: A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences. Journalism. 2018 aug 16;1-20. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884918791224

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Hovden, Jan Fredrik ; Kristensen, Nete Nørgaard. / The Cultural Journalist Around the Globe : A Comparative Study of Characteristics, Role Perceptions, and Perceived Influences. I: Journalism. 2018 ; s. 1-20.

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