What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa): Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising

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What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa) : Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising. / Mollerup, Nina Grønlykke.

Theorising Media and Conflict. red. / John Postill; Philipp Budka ; Birgit Bräuchler . Bind Berghahn Series Anthropology of Media Berghahn Books, 2019. (Anthropology of Media, Bind 8).

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Mollerup, NG 2019, What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa): Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising. i J Postill, P Budka & B Bräuchler (red), Theorising Media and Conflict. bind Berghahn Series Anthropology of Media, Berghahn Books, Anthropology of Media, bind 8.

APA

Mollerup, N. G. (Accepteret/In press). What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa): Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising. I J. Postill, P. Budka , & B. Bräuchler (red.), Theorising Media and Conflict (Bind Berghahn Series Anthropology of Media). Berghahn Books. Anthropology of Media, Bind. 8

Vancouver

Mollerup NG. What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa): Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising. I Postill J, Budka P, Bräuchler B, red., Theorising Media and Conflict. Bind Berghahn Series Anthropology of Media. Berghahn Books. 2019. (Anthropology of Media, Bind 8).

Author

Mollerup, Nina Grønlykke. / What violent conflict tells us about media and place-making (and vice versa) : Ethnographic observations from a revolutionary uprising. Theorising Media and Conflict. red. / John Postill ; Philipp Budka ; Birgit Bräuchler . Bind Berghahn Series Anthropology of Media Berghahn Books, 2019. (Anthropology of Media, Bind 8).

Bibtex

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