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Artefacts that talk: Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools

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Artefacts that talk : Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools. / Hasse, Cathrine.

In: Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2013, p. 79-100.

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Hasse, C 2013, 'Artefacts that talk: Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools', Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 79-100. <http://www.palgrave-journals.com/sub/index.html>

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Hasse C. 2013. Artefacts that talk: Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools. Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology. 6(1):79-100.

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Hasse, Cathrine. "Artefacts that talk: Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools". Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology. 2013, 6(1). 79-100.

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Hasse C. Artefacts that talk: Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools. Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology. 2013;6(1):79-100.

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Hasse, Cathrine. / Artefacts that talk : Mediating technologies as multistable signs and tools. In: Subjectivity: international journal of critical psychology. 2013 ; Vol. 6, No. 1. pp. 79-100.

Bibtex

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