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Anchoring Practices for Public Connection: Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies

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Anchoring Practices for Public Connection : Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies. / Raetzsch, Christoph; Lünenborg, Margreth.

I: International Journal of Communication, Bind 14, 2020, s. 2868-2886.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Raetzsch C, Lünenborg M. 2020. Anchoring Practices for Public Connection: Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies. International Journal of Communication. 14:2868-2886.

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Raetzsch, Christoph og Margreth Lünenborg. "Anchoring Practices for Public Connection: Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies". International Journal of Communication. 2020, 14. 2868-2886.

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Raetzsch C, Lünenborg M. Anchoring Practices for Public Connection: Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies. International Journal of Communication. 2020;14:2868-2886.

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Raetzsch, Christoph ; Lünenborg, Margreth. / Anchoring Practices for Public Connection : Media Practice and Its Challenges for Journalism Studies. I: International Journal of Communication. 2020 ; Bind 14. s. 2868-2886.

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