Pia Majbritt Jensen

Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama

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Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. / Jensen, Pia Majbritt.

2015. Abstract from New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom.

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Harvard

Jensen, PM 2015, 'Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama', New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom, 14/04/2015 - 15/04/2015.

APA

Jensen, P. M. (2015). Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. Abstract from New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom.

CBE

Jensen PM. 2015. Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. Abstract from New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom.

MLA

Jensen, Pia Majbritt Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. New directions in film and television production studies, 14 Apr 2015, Bristol, United Kingdom, Conference abstract for conference, 2015.

Vancouver

Jensen PM. Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. 2015. Abstract from New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom.

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Jensen, Pia Majbritt. / Global Export Patterns and Potential Impacts of Danish TV Drama. Abstract from New directions in film and television production studies, Bristol, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

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