Citizen Media and Public SpacesCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Bolette Blaagaard
  • Hilde Stephansen
  • Sandra Ponzansi
  • Stuart Allan
  • Evgenia Nim
  • Luis Perez-Gonzalez
  • Sara Beretta
  • Stine Ejsing-Dunn
  • Astrid Nordin
  • Lilie Chouliaraki
  • Julia Rone
  • Karen Cross

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Citizen Media and Public Spaces : Diverse Expressions of Citizenship and Dissent. / Baker, Mona; Blaagaard, Bolette; Stephansen, Hilde; Ponzansi, Sandra; Allan, Stuart; Hughes, Jenny; Parry, Simon; Nim, Evgenia; Perez-Gonzalez, Luis; Beretta, Sara; Ejsing-Dunn, Stine; Nordin, Astrid; Chouliaraki, Lilie; Rone, Julia; Cross, Karen.

1 ed. New York and London : Routledge, 2016. 238 p. (Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media).

Research output: Book/ReportScholarly editionpeer-review

Harvard

Baker, M, Blaagaard, B, Stephansen, H, Ponzansi, S, Allan, S, Hughes, J, Parry, S, Nim, E, Perez-Gonzalez, L, Beretta, S, Ejsing-Dunn, S, Nordin, A, Chouliaraki, L, Rone, J & Cross, K 2016, Citizen Media and Public Spaces: Diverse Expressions of Citizenship and Dissent. Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media, vol. 1, 1 edn, Routledge, New York and London. <https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138847651>

APA

Baker, M., Blaagaard, B., Stephansen, H., Ponzansi, S., Allan, S., Hughes, J., Parry, S., Nim, E., Perez-Gonzalez, L., Beretta, S., Ejsing-Dunn, S., Nordin, A., Chouliaraki, L., Rone, J., & Cross, K. (2016). Citizen Media and Public Spaces: Diverse Expressions of Citizenship and Dissent. (1 ed.) (Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media). Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138847651

Vancouver

Baker M, Blaagaard B, Stephansen H, Ponzansi S, Allan S, Hughes J et al. Citizen Media and Public Spaces: Diverse Expressions of Citizenship and Dissent. 1 ed. New York and London: Routledge, 2016. 238 p. (Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media).

Author

Baker, Mona ; Blaagaard, Bolette ; Stephansen, Hilde ; Ponzansi, Sandra ; Allan, Stuart ; Hughes, Jenny ; Parry, Simon ; Nim, Evgenia ; Perez-Gonzalez, Luis ; Beretta, Sara ; Ejsing-Dunn, Stine ; Nordin, Astrid ; Chouliaraki, Lilie ; Rone, Julia ; Cross, Karen. / Citizen Media and Public Spaces : Diverse Expressions of Citizenship and Dissent. 1 ed. New York and London : Routledge, 2016. 238 p. (Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media).

Bibtex

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