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Children's Everydaylife at Christianø - an etnographic film: Børns hverdagsliv – en etnografisk film fra Christiansø

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Children's Everydaylife at Christianø - an etnographic film : Børns hverdagsliv – en etnografisk film fra Christiansø. Winther, Ida Wentzel (Producer); Rehder, Mads (Other). 2012. København : Aarhus Universitet.

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Harvard

Winther, IW & Rehder, M, Children's Everydaylife at Christianø - an etnographic film: Børns hverdagsliv – en etnografisk film fra Christiansø, 2012, Sound/Visual production (digital), Aarhus Universitet, København.

APA

Winther, I. W. (Producer), & Rehder, M. (Other). (2012). Children's Everydaylife at Christianø - an etnographic film: Børns hverdagsliv – en etnografisk film fra Christiansø. Sound/Visual production (digital), København: Aarhus Universitet. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/52838074

CBE

Winther IW, Rehder M. 2012. Children's Everydaylife at Christianø - an etnographic film: Børns hverdagsliv – en etnografisk film fra Christiansø. København: Aarhus Universitet. [Sound/Visual production (digital)].

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