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Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools

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Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. / Albrechtslund, Anders; Bøge, Ask Risom.

2018. 35 Abstract fra Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark.

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Harvard

Albrechtslund, A & Bøge, AR 2018, 'Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools', Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark, 07/06/2018 - 09/06/2018 s. 35.

APA

Albrechtslund, A., & Bøge, A. R. (2018). Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. 35. Abstract fra Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark.

CBE

Albrechtslund A, Bøge AR. 2018. Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. Abstract fra Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark.

MLA

Albrechtslund, Anders og Ask Risom Bøge Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. Surveillance Studies Network Conference, 07 jun. 2018, Aarhus, Danmark, Konferenceabstrakt til konference, 2018. 1 s.

Vancouver

Albrechtslund A, Bøge AR. Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. 2018. Abstract fra Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark.

Author

Albrechtslund, Anders ; Bøge, Ask Risom. / Interpersonal Relations of Surveillance and Privacy in Families and Schools. Abstract fra Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus, Danmark.1 s.

Bibtex

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