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Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW

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Network Affordances : Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW. / Samson, Audrey; Soon, Winnie.

I: The Fibreculture Journal, Bind 24, FJC-178, 2015, s. 127-151.

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

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Samson, A & Soon, W 2015, 'Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW', The Fibreculture Journal, bind 24, FJC-178, s. 127-151.

APA

Samson, A., & Soon, W. (2015). Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW. The Fibreculture Journal, 24, 127-151. [FJC-178].

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Samson A, Soon W. 2015. Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW. The Fibreculture Journal. 24:127-151.

MLA

Samson, Audrey og Winnie Soon. "Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW". The Fibreculture Journal. 2015, 24. 127-151.

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Samson A, Soon W. Network Affordances: Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW. The Fibreculture Journal. 2015;24:127-151. FJC-178.

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Samson, Audrey ; Soon, Winnie. / Network Affordances : Unpredictable parameters of a Hong Kong SPEED SHOW. I: The Fibreculture Journal. 2015 ; Bind 24. s. 127-151.

Bibtex

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