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Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures

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Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. / Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev; Halse, Joachim; Smith, Rachel Charlotte; Vangkilde, Kasper Tang; Binder, Thomas; Otto, Ton.

Design Anthropological Futures. red. / Rachel Charlotte Smith; Kasper Tang Vangkilde; Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard; Ton Otto; Joachim Halse; Thomas Binder. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. s. 1-16.

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Harvard

Kjærsgaard, MG, Halse, J, Smith, RC, Vangkilde, KT, Binder, T & Otto, T 2016, Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. i RC Smith, KT Vangkilde, MG Kjærsgaard, T Otto, J Halse & TB (red), Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury Academic, s. 1-16.

APA

Kjærsgaard, M. G., Halse, J., Smith, R. C., Vangkilde, K. T., Binder, T., & Otto, T. (2016). Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. I R. C. Smith, K. T. Vangkilde, M. G. Kjærsgaard, T. Otto, J. Halse, & T. B. (red.), Design Anthropological Futures (s. 1-16). Bloomsbury Academic.

CBE

Kjærsgaard MG, Halse J, Smith RC, Vangkilde KT, Binder T, Otto T. 2016. Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. Smith RC, Vangkilde KT, Kjærsgaard MG, Otto T, Halse J, TB, red. I Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury Academic. s. 1-16.

MLA

Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev o.a.. "Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures"., Smith, Rachel Charlotte, Vangkilde, Kasper Tang og Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev Otto, Ton Halse, Joachim Thomas Binder (red.). Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury Academic. 2016, 1-16.

Vancouver

Kjærsgaard MG, Halse J, Smith RC, Vangkilde KT, Binder T, Otto T. Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. I Smith RC, Vangkilde KT, Kjærsgaard MG, Otto T, Halse J, TB, red., Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury Academic. 2016. s. 1-16

Author

Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev ; Halse, Joachim ; Smith, Rachel Charlotte ; Vangkilde, Kasper Tang ; Binder, Thomas ; Otto, Ton. / Introduction: Design Anthropological Futures. Design Anthropological Futures. red. / Rachel Charlotte Smith ; Kasper Tang Vangkilde ; Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard ; Ton Otto ; Joachim Halse ; Thomas Binder. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. s. 1-16

Bibtex

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