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Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio

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Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio. / Vitullo, Alessandra; Gerosa, Tiziano; Losi, Lucilla Federica et al.

I: Polis - Research and studies on society and politics, Bind 36, Nr. 2, 08.2021, s. 209-240.

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Vitullo, A, Gerosa, T, Losi, LF & Gui, M 2021, 'Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio', Polis - Research and studies on society and politics, bind 36, nr. 2, s. 209-240. https://doi.org/10.1424/101336

APA

Vitullo, A., Gerosa, T., Losi, L. F., & Gui, M. (2021). Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio. Polis - Research and studies on society and politics, 36(2), 209-240. https://doi.org/10.1424/101336

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Vitullo A, Gerosa T, Losi LF, Gui M. 2021. Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio. Polis - Research and studies on society and politics. 36(2):209-240. https://doi.org/10.1424/101336

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Vitullo, Alessandra et al. "Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio". Polis - Research and studies on society and politics. 2021, 36(2). 209-240. https://doi.org/10.1424/101336

Vancouver

Vitullo A, Gerosa T, Losi LF, Gui M. Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio. Polis - Research and studies on society and politics. 2021 aug.;36(2):209-240. doi: 10.1424/101336

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Vitullo, Alessandra ; Gerosa, Tiziano ; Losi, Lucilla Federica et al. / Connessione permanente e disuguaglianza digitale: un'analisi sui divari tra studenti nativi e con status migratorio. I: Polis - Research and studies on society and politics. 2021 ; Bind 36, Nr. 2. s. 209-240.

Bibtex

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