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Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice

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Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. / Andersen, Lars Bo; Ballegaard, Stinne Aaløkke.

2018. Abstract fra Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark.

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Harvard

Andersen, LB & Ballegaard, SA 2018, 'Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice', Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark, 24/09/2018 - 25/09/2018.

APA

Andersen, L. B., & Ballegaard, S. A. (2018). Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. Abstract fra Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark.

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Andersen LB, Ballegaard SA. 2018. Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. Abstract fra Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark.

MLA

Andersen, Lars Bo og Stinne Aaløkke Ballegaard Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. Appropriating technologies, 24 sep. 2018, København, Danmark, Konferenceabstrakt til konference, 2018. 1 s.

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Andersen LB, Ballegaard SA. Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. 2018. Abstract fra Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark.

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Andersen, Lars Bo ; Ballegaard, Stinne Aaløkke. / Liminal periods in the routes to routinization of video conversations in municipal practice. Abstract fra Appropriating technologies, København, Danmark.1 s.

Bibtex

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